LOUISBURG — The Metcalf 2.0 project being tackled jointly by Miami County and the city of Louisburg soon may be expanded — while also getting cheaper for both entities — thanks to a new Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) cost-share program.
Jason P. Holland, 41, was sentenced Thursday, Oct. 3, to two years and 10 months in prison for unlawfully entering a Louisburg home and assaulting its occupant a year ago.
LOUISBURG — After a stormy morning, the rain clouds parted for the annual Louisburg Cider Run on Saturday, Oct. 5, which took about 700 participants on a scenic tour of Louisburg and City Lake in Ron Weers Park.
LOUISBURG — Louisburg High School seniors Ian McGuire and Reilly Ratliff-Becher were crowned Homecoming king and queen before the start of the football game against Eudora on Friday, Oct. 4, in front of a large crowd at Wildcat Stadium.
MANHATTAN — The Louisburg High School Marching Wildcat Band earned its ninth straight superior rating on Saturday, Sept. 28, during the Central States Marching Festival at Kansas State University.
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Planning Commission declined to consider changing the city’s sign regulations to permit attention-attracting devices commonly known as feather flags or feather signs.
LOUISBURG - The Luke Bryan Farm Tour concert that was scheduled to take place Thursday, Oct. 3, on a farm northwest of Louisburg has been postponed due to the recent heavy rains.
LOUISBURG — Louisburg High School will crown its Homecoming king and queen during a coronation ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, before the start of the football game at Wildcat Stadium.
LOUISBURG — A businessman who would like to put a 24-hour treatment facility in Louisburg to help people with alcohol and chemical addictions has passed the first phase of the application process.
PAOLA — Elephants on Parade was a challenge accepted by members of the Saturday Sewers, who had their own exhibition for the annual Miami County Quilters’ Guild Drag and Brag Quilt Show.
LOUISBURG — It was William Pottorff, with the help of Shelly Tooley, who first opened the Cedar Cove Feline Conservatory & Education Center in 2000, but it’s Steve Klein and B.J. Auch who plan to lead the facility into a new era.
LOUISBURG — Powell Observatory continues to be one of Miami County’s hidden secrets, tucked away at Lewis-Young Park, but soon it plans to join forces with another popular tourist attraction.
PAOLA — The Miami County Fairgrounds turned into an interactive agricultural classroom for students from throughout the region during Ag Day on Tuesday, Sept. 17.
LOUISBURG – Crews will sweep Louisburg Cemetery on Tuesday, Oct. 1, and dispose of any items not in a permanent vase attached to the monument, according to a city of Louisburg news release.