LOUISBURG — Children and their parents missed out on a lot of things due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) this spring and summer.
PAOLA — Paola USD 368 Board of Education members, during a special meeting Monday, July 27, approved a reopening plan and calendar that will delay the start of the school year until Wednesday, Aug. 19.
PAOLA — Clifford Blackmore, the chairman of the Miami County Republican Central Committee, was selected to fill the remainder of Rep. Jene Vickrey’s House District 6 term during a special convention held Tuesday, July 21, at the Paola Chamber of Commerce.
Serving Our Students (S.O.S.) events in both Paola and Osawatomie are helping local students obtain the supplies they need to head back to school.
When Vergil Thomas first built Thomas Trailer Town in the 1960s, he envisioned an affordable housing option for construction workers flocking to the area to help build the La Cygne power plant.
PAOLA — The Miami County Fair has a bit of a different look this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but activities are still scheduled to take place throughout the week.
The wearing of masks in public places will be required inside the city limits of Paola after an ordinance supporting Gov. Laura Kelly’s statewide mandate was approved by the Paola City Council on Tuesday, July 14.
The annual Serving Our Students (S.O.S.) event is scheduled to take place Saturday, July 18, at Cottonwood Elementary in Paola, but the event has been modified due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
PAOLA — DeAnna Morgan, an art teacher at Paola High School, has received a $500 grant through WGU Missouri’s “Fund My Classroom” initiative.
PAOLA — Jimmy Hay, Paola USD 368’s director of finance, has been named the 2020 recipient of the ASBO Pinnacle of Excellence Award from the Kansas Association of School Business Officials (KASBO).
PAOLA – Paola USD 368 will not be serving breakfast or lunch the remainder of the week due to a possible exposure to COVID-19, according to a school district message sent to parents on the morning of Wednesday, July 1.
PAOLA — A local increase in COVID-19 cases has prompted Paola USD 368 officials to move from a traditional graduation ceremony to a drive-thru graduation on Saturday, July 11, at Paola High School.
PAOLA — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Paola Heartland Car Show will not take place this year, organizers said in a post on the event’s Facebook page.