PAOLA — A patriotic tradition will continue in Paola on Sunday, July 3, with the annual fireworks display at Lake Miola in celebration of Independence Day.
PAOLA - The newest members of the Beta Rho Lambda Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Fort Scott Community College recently were inducted during a candle lighting ceremony at the Paola campus.
PAOLA — Community members, elected officials and members of the Paola Chamber of Commerce got an up-close look at the new AdventHealth office in Paola during a recent ribbon cutting and open house.
PAOLA — Several Paola High School students can now call themselves Microsoft Office Specialists in Excel after completing a certification program and passing a test before the end of the school year.
MANHATTAN — Several local FFA students recently received multiple honors at the 94th Kansas FFA Convention, which took place June 1-3 on the Kansas State campus in Manhattan.
A classification change that could lead to a more even playing field throughout Kansas high school athletics is now one step closer to becoming reality.
OSAWATOMIE — Richard Thompson, a single dad, had been driving an old pickup truck from his home in Vassar, Kan., to his job as the maintenance man working on the football and soccer fields at Ottawa High School.
Spending six months in any hospital can change one’s life, but only sometimes will it change your whole view on life. Marsena Hadlock of Paola was part of the latter.
NEWTON, Kan. — The Miami County Republic staff won multiple awards at the Kansas Press Association’s annual Awards of Excellence presentation this year, including the Division V Sweepstakes Award naming the Republic as the top newspaper in Kansas in its division.
PAOLA — The Route 66 band from Kansas City, Mo., set the tone for the 20th annual Paola Heartland Car Show, playing some classic tunes to go with the one-of-a-kind rat rods, vintage cars from year gone by and plenty of hot rod muscle cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
PAOLA — Some of Sister Angela M. Fitzpatrick’s fondest memories of the Ursuline Sisters’ campus in Paola are of walking around the iconic U-shaped drive and basking in the peaceful atmosphere of the surrounding landscape and architecture.
PAOLA — His weight loss journey wasn’t always linear, but with a support group like TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly), 74-year-old Steve Miner of Paola recently lost 56.8 pounds.
PAOLA — Clutching a remote control and standing on the shores of Lake Miola, Art Kittler kept a close eye on his Turbo Timber float plane as it soared across the sky above the water.