SPRING HILL – When Donnie Prince first arrived in Kansas to begin preparing to write a book about the life of Nathan Stiles, he didn’t know what to expect.
PAOLA - A man fled the scene of a hit-and-run accident near Paola on Sunday, Sept. 20, prompting a widespread search, but he was later apprehended near Louisburg.
When Heather and Michael Wood moved from Olathe to Osawatomie five years ago, they were looking for a wholesome, small-town community in which to raise their children.
PAOLA – A Paola man was killed on the morning of Monday, Sep. 14, when the vehicle he was driving veered off of Hedge Lane south of 287th Street, plowed through a bean field and crashed into a tree in front of a residence.
LOUISBURG — A total of 21 cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Faith Chapel Assembly of God in Louisburg, making it the largest active cluster of the virus originating from a religious gathering in the state of Kansas.
The Miami County Quilters Guild’s annual Drag and Brag Quilt Show has been canceled for 2020 because of COVID-19, according to a news release from the guild.
The Miami County Health Department (MCHD) is investigating two COVID-19 clusters that have contributed to an uptick in cases over the past week.
School district superintendents said they were pleased with a modification to the Miami County Health Department’s “close-contact” guidance that removes the 6 feet of separation rule as long as masks are being appropriately worn by everyone in the classroom.
A modification to the Miami County Health Department’s “close-contact” guidance may allow some staff and students who are currently in quarantine to return to the classroom and sports practice fields.
PAOLA - Following the death of his grandfather Bob, who had served his country in the U.S. Air Force, Ben Matney of Osawatomie could not find a U.S. flag display that was made in America.
A coalition dedicated to educating the public about mental wellness and available resources will be releasing a variety of online content throughout the month of September as part of the Healthy Minds Festival virtual event.
TOPEKA – Thousands of businesses across Kansas hope to dip their toe in a pool of $138 million in federal funds for COVID-19 pandemic recovery.
Two COVID-19 clusters that Miami County health officials have been investigating since mid-August are now closed with no additional spread.
PAOLA — The Miami County Conservation District recently was awarded a technical assistance grant from the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) to create an Urban Conservationist position.
Some law enforcement agencies in Miami County and across the state are participating in an annual traffic enforcement campaign with a goal of decreasing the number of impaired motorists on Kansas roadways as Labor Day approaches.