Investigators now believe there was a second party near the one where Alonzo Brooks was last seen alive 16 years ago.
LOUISBURG — The “Get Your Jingle On” event is coming to Louisburg this holiday season with a virtual visit with Santa Claus, hosted by the Louisburg Recreation Commission and the City of Louisburg.
LOUISBURG — Nearly 75 American flags fluttered around Louisburg during the Veterans Day week as part of a Louisburg Rotary Club initiative.
LOUISBURG — J.M. Huxley, also known as Janet McElyea, was cleaning out her family’s barn in rural Louisburg and ranting at God when she received some divine inspiration.
OSAWATOMIE - A surge in COVID-19 cases in Miami County and throughout the region has forced the city of Osawatomie and the Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce to transition their Miracle on Main Street event to an online/digital format, the city announced Tuesday, Nov. 24.
OSAWATOMIE – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for the city of Osawatomie, the agency reported Thursday, Nov. 19.
OSAWATOMIE — When Chris Daggett first laid eyes on the obscure park at the corner of 10th and South streets, the Boy Scout from Troop 106 in Osawatomie knew his Eagle Scout project had just come into view.
PAOLA — An investigation by the Paola Police Department into a reported hate crime has now turned into a federal indictment against a Paola man.
PAOLA — Local families will get the opportunity to take part in one of Paola’s annual holiday traditions Friday, Nov. 27, during The Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
PAOLA — Residential trash pickup in Paola will now be a bit more expensive for residents due to rising costs in the recycling industry and high contamination rates Waste Management is experiencing from Paola customers.
HILLSDALE — During the past six years, all three of Heather Sterk’s children have benefitted from the Parents as Teachers program, and she knows firsthand just how important the learning and play activities have been for their development.
SPRING HILL — The city of Spring Hill still plans to host its annual Hometown Holidays celebration, but it will look a little bit different this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.