PAOLA — Legacy Contractors has been awarded a contract to transform the former Miami County Jail on South Pearl Street into a county storage facility.
A La Cygne woman has been identified as a suspect in connection with an abduction and high speed chase Thursday, Oct. 22, that started in Kansas City, Kan., and ended on U.S. 69 in Miami County.
OSAWATOMIE — Life Care Center of Osawatomie is sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive from noon to 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, at City Auditorium, located at 439 Main St.
Businesses will have another opportunity to apply for a Miami County CARES Small Business Grant.
Walter Lee Anderson, age 66, of Osawatomie, KS, died Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at Olathe Hospice House. He will be cremated. A service is planned for Saturday, November 7, 2020, at 2 p.m. at the Eddy-Birchard Funeral Home.
T.E. “Sody” Geuy, 99, formerly of Drexel, Missouri, passed away October 23 at St. Luke’s Hospice House in Kansas City.
No, I’m not “OK,” but thanks for asking. I am hoping to be better next week, after the general election.
“Coping” is the word of the day. However you define it — as handling, confronting, enduring, surviving, dealing with, facing, weathering, hacking or even carrying on — it’s a key to getting through these complicated times.
“The Good Lord Bird” is a work of historical fiction that takes a satirical approach when portraying John Brown in both James McBride’s novel and Ethan Hawke’s portrayal of John Brown in the limited series on Showtime.
BALDWIN — The Louisburg girls and boys are headed to the state cross country meet.
WELLSVILLE — The Osawatomie volleyball team was two points away from their dreams of state.
PAOLA – Golfers hit the links at the Paola Country Club, taking their best shot at knocking out cancer during the Swing For A Cure golf tournament.
LOUISBURG — Megan Foote and Ben Wiedenmann were crowned the queen and king of Louisburg homecoming Friday, Oct. 16, and the Wildcats celebrated with a 35-7 victory against the Ottawa Cyclones.