PAOLA — Miami County commissioners made it clear that when it comes to public safety, having reliable communications is essential.
Incumbents, in most cases, fared well throughout Miami County in the Nov. 5 election, and voters also strongly supported sales tax renewals for the city of Paola and Miami County.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) reported Tuesday, Nov. 5, it has rescinded a boil water advisory for Miami County Rural Water District No. 2 in Miami County.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for Miami County Rural Water District No. 2 in Miami County.
PAOLA – About 70 pounds of prescription medication was disposed of Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office collection site outside of Walmart, according to a sheriff’s office news release.
PAOLA — Miami County Commissioners are poised to consider purchasing a $6.8 million 800 megahertz radio system from Motorola to replace a VHF radio system that has caused heartburn for many first responders, dispatchers and other county officials.
PAOLA — Motorists will want to use caution when traveling to work and other activities from Tuesday night through Thursday morning in Miami County and the surrounding area.
HILLSDALE — The Miami County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation after two dogs were rescued from a Hillsdale storage unit Saturday, Oct. 26.
National Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, Oct. 26, and local residents will have a couple of opportunities to get rid of their unused, expired prescription drugs.
PAOLA — Voters will be asked Nov. 5 to consider an amendment to the state constitution that would eliminate the practice of adjusting U.S. Census figures for college students and military personnel.
Despite some rain on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 19, several agritourism locations reported a record turnout for the 2019 Miami County Fall Farm Tour.
More than 200 runners, along with several local sponsors, helped the third annual No One Fights Alone 5K once again raise funds for the Miami County Cancer Foundation.
OSAWATOMIE – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued an advisory Thursday, Oct. 17, for the Marais des Cygnes River at Osawatomie – north of the Mill Street Bridge and east of U.S. Highway 169 and Main Street – caused by a break in the community’s main sewer line.