PAOLA — Miami County Medical Center and Olathe Medical Center both recently received some national recognition for quality measures.
PAOLA — “Sonic the Hedgehog,” the final in a series of children’s summer movies, will be shown Tuesday, June 29, at the Paola Community Center.
LOUISBURG — More than 100 youths grabbed their fishing poles Saturday, June 19, and headed to Louisburg City Lake to participate in the 25th annual Louisburg Fishing Derby.
OSAWATOMIE — Organizers are anticipating a large crowd for Osawatomie’s Lights on the Lake celebration after the pandemic scuttled the 2020 event.
The John Brown Museum has a dagger on display that is one of 100 daggers John Brown distributed to African-Americans in Springfield, Massachusetts, to defend themselves against slave hunters following the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.
What does a head football coach do? Some spectators might believe the assistant coaches do all the work. After viewing a practice or game, I often hear people say the head coach did not do anything to help the team win.
Nine babies and a deteriorating building — those are the things I am thinking about today.
LOUISBURG — The final event for the 2021 Class 4A state track and field meet in Wichita was a thrilling one.
LOUISBURG — Tom Koontz won three medals at the Class 4A state track and field meet, leading the Louisburg Wildcats to the state title.
Jace Hensley of Paola is headed to Des Moines, Iowa, to represent Paola Middle School and the state of Kansas at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo.
LOUISBURG — Lady Cat Delaney Wright wrapped up her junior season with three gold-medal performances in the Class 4A state track and field meet.
ATCHISON, Kan. — Kaitlyn Fanning was an expensive, yet productive hitter for the Benedictine College Lady Ravens this season.
JOPLIN, Mo. — Elizabeth Pomatto placed fourth in the nation in the javelin for Missouri Southern State University.
PAOLA — Paola city officials now have a better idea of what a new sports complex would look like in Wallace Park — and what it would cost.
LOUISBURG — The University of Kansas has long been the dream for Louisburg senior Alyse Moore.
On Tuesday, June 8, Chapter JB, P.E.O. members met in the home of Paula Krehbiel for their annual salad supper.
Members of the Happy Go-Getters 4-H Club recently got together at Scott Valley Cemetery to honor the U.S. Veterans and those who have passed before us.