Dancers perform their tap routine “Walking on Sunshine” at Free State Auditorium. by Holly Davis Photos by Clarke Davis Entertainment Dance Company’s annual spring recital took place June 2 at Free State High School in Lawrence. The theme was “Dance to the Music,” the opening dance number, which portrayed different stylized dance routines from era [...]
Whether part of a vacation or an ordinary summer day, boating can be fun for the entire family — as long as everyone remains safe.
Bruce Hanson, a 30-year Jefferson County cattle rancher and small businessman, has announced his candidacy for the 47th District in the Kansas House of Representatives. Hanson states he is running for the state legislature to stand up to Gov. Brownback’s radical policies, stating that the few dissenting Republican moderates left in Topeka are powerless to [...]
Tourism is big business in Kansas, with a total economic impact of about $5.46 billion.
Perry Lake named among top bass fishing lakes in the country.
Before Scott Thomas, of Campbell, Texas, tries to fit a saddle to a horse, he first wants to know a little bit about the horse and its rider.
More than 40 children arrived at the Valley Falls Saddle Club arena where they were given lessons in caring and treatment of horses and dogs.
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.
A familiar face to Jefferson County voters is once again asking for votes.
Story and photos by Carolyn Kaberline Perry-Lecompton High School industrial arts teacher Pat Winchester and former Oskaloosa resident Donald Wagner are among Knights of Columbus members who are helping Harveyville residents return to a normal life. The two have been passing out vouchers from the Knights of Columbus Emergency Disaster Aid Program to those whose [...]