Faithful to the cause building one block at a time amid the murky weather conditions in January, Marcia Wolters is hopeful a house under construction will be complete by the time May flowers bloom in the spring.
A federal bankruptcy court says Atchison Hospital’s purchase of the health care facilities and assets in Horton that supported the defunct Horton Community Hospital can go forward, paving a path to the restoration of local medical services.
Amid uncertain winter weather conditions set for Friday, Jan. 17, and Saturday, Jan. 18, various institutional closures have been announced.
HORTON, Kan. Malinda Grams Jean Mattwaoshshe, 93, of the Kicka…
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MUSCOTAH, Kan. Judith Anne Brown, 80, Muscotah, passed away Su…
TOPEKA, Kan. Rosaileen G. "Rosie" Griffin, age 99, of Topeka, …
Most of us know that hollow feeling that comes when we realize our sports heroes aren’t so heroic.
Just a few years ago, an aircraft-industry expert envisioning a possible “game over” future for Boeing would have been inconceivable.
Yes, a woman can be elected president of the United States.
Benedictine claimed what is probably its best win of the season so far in convincing fashion 84-65 over MidAmerica Nazarene University Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
The Maur Hill-Mount Academy wrestling program hosted its third straight mixer with a total of six teams in attendance.
For the second straight game, Maur Hill-Mount Academy won when its best game certainly wasn’t visible on the court.
Wichita Public Schools is considering adding explicit protecti…
The Kansas Board of Regents pressured state university officia…
TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas schools will require two new vaccines co…
This year Trinity will have three new teachers:
Rep. John Eplee, R-Atchison, is best known as a physician, but…
Project Concern Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides services to people 60 years of age or older, so that they can live independently with maximum involvement in community activities and affairs.
In the Christian denominations that follow a liturgical calendar, the Christmas season ended and “Ordinary Time” began on Tuesday, Jan. 14. This period will last until Lent begins. So it’s a kind of in-between time, a breathing space before the demands of Lent.
As we reflect upon the past decade and the new year that just started, it’s a good time to take a look at what changes occurred in our lives, what we would do differently if we had a chance, and what we look forward to in the coming year.