Monday, March 30, marked a first day of school of sorts for students throughout Miami County and across the state of Kansas as educators and families embark on a home-based learning endeavor due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
PAOLA — Paola City Council members have approved a resolution declaring a local state of emergency that grants new City Manager Sid Fleming the authority to take necessary actions to keep city residents and employees safe from the coronavirus (COVID-19).
When Paola USD 368 Superintendent Matt Meek learned on the morning of Tuesday, March 17, that he was going to receive an update from Topeka, he was prepared to hear that his district’s spring break was going to be extended by a week or two due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment on Tuesday, March 17, announced the identification of two more coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, raising the total to 10 presumptive positive cases in Johnson County. Cases also were recorded Tuesday in Wyandotte and Douglas counties, bring…
Pat Flaherty is always on the lookout for a good informational topic to highlight during monthly training sessions with his staff at Reliance Label Solutions in Paola.
PAOLA — Ever since news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) began making headlines throughout the world, Christena Beer has been busy answering questions at the Miami County Health Department.
PAOLA — Some of the area’s brightest young painters, sculptors and sketch artists were honored Tuesday, March 3, during a reception at Town Square in Paola.
PAOLA — Thanks to the power of technology, fifth-graders at Sunflower Elementary recently learned about Thomas Jefferson, not from a textbook, but by touring his Monticello home in Virginia, all from the comfort of their Paola classroom.
PAOLA — There’s still time for community members to stop by the Reflections Art Gallery at Miami County Medical Center and see pieces created by some of the area’s brightest young artists.