LOUISBURG — The city of Louisburg will apply for a low-interest loan through a bill Gov. Laura Kelly signed March 3 that is designed to assist city utilities facing high electric and natural gas bills caused by a bitter cold snap in mid-February.
LOUISBURG — A standoff between law enforcement officers and an armed individual who was barricaded inside a Louisburg home lasted nearly 14 hours but ended peacefully in the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 9.
LOUISBURG — Law enforcement officials are working to peacefully resolve a domestic violence situation involving an armed individual who is barricaded inside a Louisburg residence in the 100 block of South First Street.
The cities of Osawatomie and Louisburg have indicated a desire to seek a low-interest loan through a bill Gov. Laura Kelly signed March 3 that is designed to assist city utilities facing high electric and natural gas bills caused by a bitter cold snap in mid-February.
LOUISBURG — There was no need for firefighters from three departments to engage in idle conversation to break the ice when they gathered at Lewis-Young Park.
LOUISBURG — Cassi Vohs of Vohs Pharmacy in Louisburg moved among the various stations on the floor of the Louisburg High School gymnasium where a COVID-19 vaccination clinic was taking place.
Due to the extreme wind chill forecast for Tuesday, Feb. 16, and the need to conserve as much electric and natural gas energy as possible, the city of Osawatomie has announced that all city offices and non-essential city facilities will be closed today.
LOUISBURG — A property tax transparency bill, SB 13, has been approved in the Kansas Senate by an overwhelming 34-1 vote and is now in the House Committee on Taxation.
LOUISBURG - Water repairs will require Louisburg Public Works crews to shut off water service to an area on the west and northwest side of the community on Tuesday, Jan. 19, starting about 8 a.m.
LOUISBURG — Julia Stegeman, a Reach to Recovery volunteer from Louisburg, recently was recognized with the Terese Lasser Memorial Award for her service and commitment to the Reach to Recovery program.
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.