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PAOLA — The Paola Panthers will celebrate homecoming Friday, Oct. 11, when they take on the Piper Pirates.

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The merger of Kansas City Power & Light and Westar Energy to form Evergy, which took place in June 2018, was celebrated Monday, Oct. 7, by employees of the Paola and Ottawa service centers.

PAOLA — It’s only been a year since the culinary program was brought back to Paola High School, but students are already getting real-world opportunities to learn about agriculture and possible careers in the cooking industry.

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PAOLA — Paola city officials are working to educate voters before the Nov. 5 election with the hope that they will renew the city’s half-cent sales tax to fund the Paola Family Pool, parks and streets.

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EMPORIA - Johnathan P. “Trey” Young of Paola recently was honored by becoming a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership and honors organization at Emporia State University.

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PAOLA — On the third Wednesday of each month, the Master Food Volunteers from K-State Research and Extension’s Marais des Cygnes District plan an informative nutrition program called Knowledge at Noon.

I like to think that I am fairly well balanced and am able to deal with life effectively. Well, darn it I fell this week and that belief got tested.

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PAOLA — When 14-year-old Annabelle Shaw takes her dog Baxter out to Lake Miola to play, it doesn’t take long for her imagination to start running wild along with the Boston Terrier.

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PAOLA — Saw dust was flying, sanders were vibrating, drills were whirling and volunteers were working together Saturday, Sept. 28, during a group effort to build 21 bunk beds for local children in need.

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PAOLA — Ever since Dorothy Schneider’s mother first taught her how to sew at the age of 7, she has enjoyed using fabric to create all kinds of products and apparel.

The Paola Police Department is hosting a Children’s Fall Festival from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Paola Justice Center.

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PAOLA — Paola school district officials are making an effort to increase student safety by implementing a Crime Stoppers program and modifying student identification badges.