LOUISBURG — Bob Bazin enjoys a good construction project, but sometimes he would rather be fishing.
LOUISBURG — Chuck Golba was in the midst of an early Christmas celebration with his family on a recent Sunday when the Louisburg retiree learned a group of people had gathered outside his home at City Lake.
LOUISBURG — “Get Your Jingle On” is coming to Louisburg this holiday season with a virtual visit with Santa Claus, hosted by the Louisburg Recreation Commission and the city of Louisburg.
The Facades of Louisburg Improvement Program (FLIP) is continuing for another year in the city of Louisburg, with a change that will allow for more homeowner participation, Louisburg officials said.
LOUISBURG — The “Get Your Jingle On” event is coming to Louisburg this holiday season with a virtual visit with Santa Claus, hosted by the Louisburg Recreation Commission and the City of Louisburg.
LOUISBURG — Nearly 75 American flags fluttered around Louisburg during the Veterans Day week as part of a Louisburg Rotary Club initiative.
LOUISBURG — J.M. Huxley, also known as Janet McElyea, was cleaning out her family’s barn in rural Louisburg and ranting at God when she received some divine inspiration.
During an investigation of multiple positive cases, the Miami County Health Department reported Monday, Nov. 16, that it had discovered several individuals had attended the same party, which took place over a three-day weekend period of Nov. 6-8 in Louisburg, according to a health department…
Louisburg USD 416 patrons have approved a bond proposal not to exceed $24 million for improvements to existing infrastructure and renovations to district facilities — as well as safety, security and technology upgrades.
Local Kansas Republican Senators Caryn Tyson of Parker and Molly Baumgardner of Louisburg both retained their seats by large margins in the Nov. 3 general election.
Veterans Day will still be recognized this year during multiple events Wednesday, Nov. 11, but the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has also led to some cancellations and modifications.
LOUISBURG — Logistic and health safety guidelines have prompted organizers to cancel Halloween on Broadway despite their best efforts to do everything possible to keep the family friendly event on the calendar.