PAOLA — Growing up on a farm in northeast Kansas, Jared Heiman learned early on how to care for animals.
PAOLA — Troy and Daniele Jackson have a passion for taking something old and turning it into something new, so they jumped at the opportunity to breathe new life into the previous Beethoven’s No. 9 building in Paola.
PAOLA — Plans for the Paola Crossings development on a 36-acre tract of land along Paola’s primary entryway near the intersection of Baptiste Drive and Hedge Lane are back on track.
PAOLA — It’s not every day you see men in T-shirts and swimming trunks braving the cold during a brisk January day to test out a portion of a water slide in a parking lot.
PAOLA — For Jesse Hoehn, 2020 wasn’t highlighted by a global pandemic. Instead, it was the year he finally launched his own business and welcomed his first child into the world.
PAOLA — Mike and Loretta Folsom admit 2020 has forced them to get creative to make sure they can keep serving customers at their Paola restaurant on the north side of Park Square.
PAOLA – Carl Clinton was heartbroken when he first heard that someone had broken into his Paola business, Papa C’s BBQ Bar & Grill, and caused extensive damage in the early morning hours of Friday, Sept. 18.
When Heather and Michael Wood moved from Olathe to Osawatomie five years ago, they were looking for a wholesome, small-town community in which to raise their children.
When Vergil Thomas first built Thomas Trailer Town in the 1960s, he envisioned an affordable housing option for construction workers flocking to the area to help build the La Cygne power plant.
PAOLA — Paola officials are finalizing the paperwork on an agreement that will allow Distributors Processing, Inc. (DPI Global) to build a new 20,000-square-foot manufacturing, warehouse and office complex in the Paola Industrial Park.
When Tim and Debbie Lang sit down to watch the evening news each night, the coverage is typically dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is impacting the world.
PAOLA - Local residents may have noticed the new Edward Jones sign and construction going on inside the old UPS Store location at 1601 E. Peoria St. in Paola.