It’s been a hot and dry spring and summer. Crops are severely damaged and grass for cattle is in short supply. It began with a winter that brought one 2-inch snow and started to warm early. April 2 was a 90-degree day and there was a string of 80s in March. Temperatures in the 90s […]
The Clark family, Valley Falls, keeps busy with the many 4-H projects their children are involved with.
Projected cost overruns on the new city office at Valley Falls has the mayor and council wondering if they will be moving into an unfinished building.
by Clarke Davis Another discussion about fire hydrants topped the Valley Falls City Council agenda June 20. Visitors included Fire District 11 board Chairman Jason Nellis, member Bill Klenklen and Fire Chief John Gordon. They wanted an update on the progress toward getting a fire hydrant in the industrial tract on the south edge of […]
Police department requests for Tasers and backseat cages for the patrol cars were center stage when the Valley Falls City Council met June 6.
Valley Falls city officials have met personally with the Secretary of Transportation in an effort to slow the K-4 highway traffic through the city.
A 30-minute city council meeting was held May 16 in Valley Falls with council President Lucy Thomas presiding in the absence of Mayor Charles Stutesman.
There are 42 fire hydrants in the city of Valley Falls and they all work.
Improving the downtown business district was part of the discussion when the Valley Falls city council met March 21.
Valley Falls will improve access to its swimming pool this year by adding a ramp to better serve the handicapped.