Here are the latest headlines regarding COVID-19:
Crews have been busy the past few weeks relocating utilities along portions of Kansas Highway 68 between Paola and Louisburg as the state prepares to start two long-awaited projects.
PAOLA – After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the Miami County Quilters Guild’s annual Drag and Brag Quilt Show will make its triumphant return this weekend.
FRANKLIN COUNTY — Kansas Rep. Mark Samsel has been placed on probation for one year after reaching a plea deal in a case stemming from an incident that took place Wednesday, April 28, while he was working as a substitute teacher for Wellsville USD 289.
Miami County has 160 new Covid-19 cases – down 57 cases since Sept. 8. The county currently has 200 to 210 active cases, down from 225 active cases last Friday, Sept. 10.
When Chuck Smith decided earlier this year to take a motorcycle ride through the mountains of Colorado toward the Grand Canyon and across the rustic terrain of the western states, it was simply to clear his head and realize one of his dreams.
PAOLA — A car show scheduled to take place Saturday, Sept. 11, at New Century Dodge Chrysler Jeep in Paola will benefit the Cops for Tots program at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.
K-State Research & Extension, Marais des Cygnes District is hosting a Medicare Basics Program on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the Extension office in Paola, located at 913 N. Pearl St., Suite No. 1.
Garden lovers will be able to explore the Miami County countryside during a two-day Miami County Garden Tour set to take place in September.
The County Commission has approved a 2022 budget that includes a roughly $1.8 million spending increase to help fund about $1.7 million in wage enhancements for first responders.
Gov. Laura Kelly’s directive for state agencies under the jurisdiction of the Executive Branch to resume remote work operations should have limited impact locally as Miami County government offices will remain open.