Local residents will have multiple opportunities to attend Memorial Day services this year in Miami County.
LOUISBURG – Seniors at Louisburg’s Vintage Park received an early Mother’s Day gift when Doug and Deborah Bowes stopped by with some playful puppies from Regina’s Rescue.
LOUISBURG – Louisburg High School seniors received nearly $150,000 in local scholarships during the annual LHS Endowment Scholarship Awards Program.
LOUISBURG — The pharmacy has always been more than a vocation for Ken Asher and his family. For more than 50 years it has been a labor of love between the Asher family and the communities they served.
LOUISBURG — Cars, trucks and motorcycles will be on display at the 26th annual Cruise the Burg show Sunday, May 7.
LOUISBURG — Dog owners in Louisburg soon may have a new park to take their furry friends.
LOUISBURG — Jessica McGowin is Louisburg’s new city clerk, and she also will continue her duties as utilities clerk for the city.
LOUISBURG – History buffs and those who just like a good mystery are encouraged to participate in a scavenger hunt in downtown Louisburg, sponsored by the Louisburg Historic Preservation Commission.
Miami County residents will have a couple of opportunities to recognize National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 4.
Broadmoor Elementary fifth-grade students recently completed an Arbor Day poster contest that was judged by the Louisburg City Council.
LOUISBURG — Residents planning to use Louisburg’s brush dump site on South Rogers Road this weekend will want to rethink their plans.
LOUISBURG — Katie Stegner of Louisburg said March 14 was one of the scariest days of her life.
WICHITA — Sixth-grader Mason Poston of Queen of the Holy Rosary Wea Catholic School competed against students from across Kansas during the Sunflower State Spelling Bee.
LOUISBURG – A car crashed into a Louisburg home late in the evening on Sunday, April 2, but the driver is expected to survive, and the home’s occupants were not injured.
The Osawatomie and Louisburg community Easter egg hunts are scheduled for this weekend.
LOUISBURG — Nomad Market KC, a year-round Louisburg market is moving outside for the warmer months.
PAOLA — Paola High School Principal Jeff Hines knows just how close Kansas came to implementing a multiplier proposal that could have leveled the athletic playing field between public schools and powerhouse private school programs.
LOUISBURG — Springtime in Louisburg means it’s time for the annual community project to spruce up Louisburg’s yards and green spaces.
PAOLA — Some of the area’s brightest young painters, sculptors and sketch artists were honored Tuesday, March 7, during a reception at the Paola Country Club.
LOUISBURG — Troy Smart blew on his fingertips as temperatures crept into the low 50s on Saturday, March 4.