LOUISBURG — Owners Jane and Paul Howe welcomed guests, vendors, Louisburg Chamber of Commerce members and others to a grand opening May 2 at their wedding and event venue, The English Barn at Lily Creek Farm.
LOUISBURG – Dog lovers who want to share their ideas for a dog park in Louisburg will have the opportunity to do so with city officials.
The COVID-19 pandemic canceled most Memorial Day services last year, but there will be no shortage of services for local residents to attend this year as multiple events are scheduled to take place Monday, May 31.
LOUISBURG - The northbound lanes of U.S. Highway 69 south of Louisburg have reopened after being closed this morning for an overturned tractor-trailer.
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Aquatic Center will open for the season Memorial Day weekend with operations mostly resembling those in place prior to COVID-19, including the return of concessions, deck chairs and lockers.
LOUISBURG — More than $130,000 in local scholarships were distributed to 44 Louisburg High School seniors during the annual USD 416 Endowment Scholarship Awards Program on Saturday, May 15, in the high school auditorium.
LOUISBURG — A local business owner and her vendor partners are hopeful Third Fridays in the Countryside will do for Louisburg what First Fridays has done for Kansas City’s Crossroads Art District by giving metro dwellers a chance to stretch their legs in Miami County.
LOUISBURG – Modern Woodmen representatives Jonathon Mallett and Amanda Lancaster recently presented the fraternal financial services organization’s Hometown Heroes Award to Louisburg Police Chief Tim Bauer and his staff.
LOUISBURG — More than 130 classic vehicles of numerous makes and models were on display during the Louisburg Lions Club’s 24th annual Cruise the Burg car show.
LOUISBURG – The Astronomical Society of Kansas City (ASKC) is reopening Powell Observatory at Lewis-Young Park with scheduled talks and views of the universe.
LOUISBURG — A district parent’s concern about the practice of taking group photos of student-athletes during track practice prompted a lengthy discussion during the April 12 Louisburg school board meeting about methods being used to mitigate quarantines during the pandemic.
LOUISBURG — Louisburg will increase its natural gas rates to offset the cost of a prolonged cold snap in mid-February that created an unforeseen price spike of more than $3.8 million.