LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Aquatic Center will reopen Wednesday, July 1, after the Miami County Health Department finished its case and contact investigation stemming from a lifeguard testing positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, June 27.
OSAWATOMIE — Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) has reported that a staff member at Osawatomie State Hospital (OSH) has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).
LOUISBURG – The Louisburg Farmers Market plans to open Saturday, June 20, with many familiar faces but a few new guidelines to keep customers and vendors safe.
The Miami County Sheriff’s Office is experiencing an outage with its non-emergency phone lines, and has set up a temporary phone number for the public to call at 913-298-0808, the sheriff’s office said in a mid-morning Facebook post on Wednesday, June 17.
Local school districts are working to plan graduation ceremonies that both honor seniors properly and keep attendees safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
LOUISBURG — Owners of residential and commercial property in Louisburg and some of the surrounding area could see a reduction in their insurance premiums with improvements in ISO fire ratings used to calculate premiums, according to a city news release.
LOUISBURG — Fireworks are still scheduled to light up the sky during the city of Louisburg’s annual Freedom Fest on Saturday, July 4, at Lewis-Young Park though the festival that afternoon at the park has been canceled.
LOUISBURG — Louisburg will receive $132,000 in Community Development Block Grant Coronavrius Response Supplement (CDGB-CV) funds to help local businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Aquatic Center will open to the public this summer as soon as the pool can be readied and lifeguards trained after action was taken by the Louisburg City Council at a special meeting Tuesday, May 26.
LOUISBURG – Trash service will be delayed by one day in the city of Louisburg because of the Memorial Day holiday. For residents living inside the city limits, trash pick-up will be Wednesday, May 27, according to a city news release.
LOUISBURG — Life has not been a parade for Louisburg High School seniors who unknowingly walked out of the high school building in mid-March for the last time as students.
Miami County and the cities of Louisburg and Osawatomie are gathering information from local businesses to put together applications for federal funding being made available through the state’s Community Development Block Grant (CDGB) program.
As students prepare to wrap up an unusual school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local school districts have selected new summer dates for in-person graduation celebrations.
The Louisburg Aquatic Center will not open Memorial Day weekend, May 23, as previously planned, the city of Louisburg announced Thursday, May 7.
Motorists who saw a medical helicopter land in Louisburg on Tuesday, May 5, don’t have to worry about someone suffering from an emergency, city officials said.