by Mary Lou Peter Some Americans may think of Kansas as one big expanse that looks the same from border to border, but there are significant differences between the eastern and western parts of the state. The differences have a huge impact on how farmers and ranchers manage their operations and are the reason Kansas […]
Organizers for “The Big Rural Brainstorm” are hoping to bring new energy and action steps to issues facing rural Kansas.
Approximately 20 members of the Kansas Custom Knifemakers Association from a four-state area turned out for the first shop tour of the year last Saturday.
Why do people buy and play games? Entertainment value certainly factors in, but there are several other benefits to puzzles and games, including their educational value. Just think about what happens when children (or adults) sit down to play a board game or contemplate a puzzle. Individuals come together, learn lessons about getting along and […]
One Leavenworth County man has pleaded guilty and another is awaiting trial for the burglary and theft of firearms from a Winchester gun shop.
A trip to Valley Falls city court might get more costly if a suggestion by city Administrator Chris Channell gets council approval.
Construction on the new city pool in Oskaloosa is progressing toward opening day but decisions still need to be made about who will manage the pool.
Submitting a bond issue to voters in the Jefferson West school district is far from being a done deal after hearing comments at the school board meeting Monday night.
Charges have been filed against Chester D. Pottorf, Ozawkie, for allegedly cultivating marijuana plants.
Kansas Sen. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin City, and minority whip, says that Kansas will have a budget and redistricting will happen but don’t expect much else.