by Dennis Sharkey A decision by the Kansas Legislature to eliminate a rural high speed Internet program is problematic for Keystone Learning Services. Director Dr. Tim Marshall told board members last month that the program will be completely eliminated by July of next year. He said Many school districts and other agencies such as public [...]
The Jefferson West school board has approved a bid of $147,800 for new stadium lighting at the football field.
Megan Turner, Valley Falls K-12 art teacher, is excited to transform the industrial building into her new art classroom and appreciates the larger space for students and storage.
Eighteen-year-old Dale Hupe of Perry can’t remember a time that he wasn’t fascinated by airplanes. That fascination has led to flying lessons, a pilot’s license, and an Air Force ROTC scholarship to pay for his full education at the University of Kansas for four years.
Former Jefferson County North student and Winchester firefighter Holly Bodenheimer, 19, presented her senior project in a ceremony at the F.W. Huston Medical Center June 8.
Last Saturday was exactly one year to the day that the death of Justin Johnston shook the community of McLouth and his family. But his father John had hundreds of reasons to smile.
The Legislature is playing games with funding for education to the point that nothing is predictable even this late in the game.
If you’re looking for some plants for your garden, look no further than the Perry-Lecomton High School greenhouse operated by the seventh hour botany class.
Both of the Oskaloosa basketball teams will have new head coaches next season.
Keystone Learning Services is experiencing some drips.