by Frank J. Buchman Nearly every farm boy and girl, and nearly every teenage cowboy and cowgirl wants a new flatbed for their pickup. It’s an expense many can’t afford, and even better than having a new flatbed for a teenager’s pickup is to build it personally. “Understanding and appreciating those situations, we now […]
While Planner I Erin George is away on maternity leave, administrative assistant Cheryl Wilmington will be filling in for her at the Jefferson County Planning and Zoning Department’s office in the basement of the courthouse. Wilmington began her temporary assignment Dec. 22 and has thoroughly enjoyed the experience thus far. “I’m learning so many […]
A great many people are under the illusion that all the work done to provide children with a bright Christmas is done at the North Pole.
The altars at St. Mary’s Immaculate Conception Catholic Church have undergone a complete restoration and now the finishing touches are being put to the statuary and the sanctuary.
Chad and Carrie Branson had a tremendous first season with their restaurant at the Lake Perry Yacht and Marina.
It didn’t take long for California native Keith Jeffers, hired Sept. 21 to replace Mike Baxter as the Emergency Management director for Jefferson County, to give the diverse operation he will be overseeing the proverbial “thumbs up.”
When Christine Funk first approached the secretary of the First Baptist Church of McLouth with the idea of a sew-in, she had one thing on her mind—comforting others.
Thomas J. Ryan II, Valley Falls, was presented with the Donna J. Kidd Award by the Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging at a luncheon July 9 at The Barn Bed and Breakfast Inn.
Meriden United Methodist Church has received a new minister this month. The Rev. Kenneth Parker is a native of Kansas and has been a Methodist minister for 33 years.
With well over one million dollars spent by the state of Kansas on nursing facilities each day, it seems only logical that everything that can be done to help cut those expenses should be explored.