LOUISBURG — The pit bull breed ban in Louisburg has been officially lifted.
LOUISBURG — Victoria Lowman has been in the hair scene since she was 17. Her knack for extensions originated for selfish reasons, although it soon developed into something she would share with others.
Two Louisburg High School band students recently attended the Kansas Lions Band Camp at Pittsburg State University thanks to sponsorship from the Louisburg Lions Club.
LOUISBURG — Dozens of cyclists wheeled past Ron Weers Park at Louisburg Lake on Saturday, June 18, as they neared the finish of the annual Biking Across Kansas (BAK) ride.
MANHATTAN — Several local FFA students recently received multiple honors at the 94th Kansas FFA Convention, which took place June 1-3 on the Kansas State campus in Manhattan.
OSAWATOMIE — Richard Thompson, a single dad, had been driving an old pickup truck from his home in Vassar, Kan., to his job as the maintenance man working on the football and soccer fields at Ottawa High School.
Blake Harris was standing in the middle of an open field along 247th Street northeast of Louisburg in the spring of 2020 when he began to wonder if he had just made a big mistake.
LOUISBURG — Anglers under age 16 will want to grab their fishing pole and head to Louisburg City Lake for the 26th annual Louisburg Fishing Derby on Saturday, June 18.
Strong storms swept across the region in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 8, but many local residents were surprised to learn hours later that two tornadoes actually touched down in Miami County.
LOUISBURG — Families who stopped by the Louisburg Cemetery on Memorial Day to pay respects to loved ones may have noticed some improvements to the grounds.
LOUISBURG — Louisburg High School seniors received nearly $138,000 in local scholarships during the annual LHS Endowment Scholarship Awards Program.
LOUISBURG — Years of practice have paid off for 11-year-old Ingrid Butler of Louisburg, as she recently took first place in a figure skating competition.