Saturday, Oct. 23
Saturday, Oct. 23
Atchison County Community Schools’ leaders approved the classified staff and bus driver salaries will have an increase, and gave the go ahead for school board representatives to approach Atchison County Teachers Association members about opening up negotiations.
Just because fall is here doesn't mean it's time to stop using flea preventatives on pets, according to a Kansas State University veterinarian.
The Atchison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met on Oct.9, at the Atchison Library via Zoom.
Project Concern, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides services to people 60 years of age and older so that they can live independently with maximum involvement in community activities and affairs.
Rocky Delfs, sophomore at USD 409 passed away Wednesday morning after having a cardiac arrest due to Brugada Syndrome while working out last week after school.
Atchison Senior Village reported 26 cases of Covid-19 as of Tuesday evening. A staggering 20 residents have tested positive, along with 6 staff members.
Hall of Fame Wrestling coach George Worley passed away Sunday morning at the age of 89 at Atchison Medicalodge.
Tannah Forbes captured an historic victory for the Atchison County Community High School wrestling program Friday night in Salina.
Atchison County Clerk Michelle Phillips has announced that Atchison County Commission members have canceled the regular workshop and business meeting Tuesday, Oct 19. Commissioners and multiple county department heads will be attending the annual Kansas Association of Counties Conference that day.
Peeling up some asphalt patches along Morton Road and repair work has been ongoing throughout the recent weeks as part of the tasks at hand the Atchison County Road and Bridge Department are addressing.
Julie Martinez, of Leavenworth, will be taking the lead position at Atchison Senior Village.
Atchison County Commission Board members officially signed off on a management agreement with Anew Healthcare concerning the oversight of Atchison Senior Village the county-run residential care facility.
The NEK Multi-County Health Board has a position open for a “Medical Professional” board member to serve as a representative for Atchison County on this multi-county board. The NEK Multi-County Health Board serves Atchison County, Brown County and Jackson County. The position is an unexpired…
The Republican National Committee chairwoman visited Kansas on Thursday for the first time.
City Commissioners unanimously approved the 2022 annual budget during Tuesday’s meeting, keeping the Mill Levy steady from 2021 and setting the blueprint for city services for the next year.
City Commissioners unanimously approved a contract with Assistant City Manager Justin Pregont to serve as City Manager on an interim basis effective immediately. The contract was approved following a 15-minute executive session during Monday’s regular commission meeting and comes on the heel…
City Commissioners unanimously approved a new comprehensive community survey during Monday’s regular meeting which will help City leaders to measure service delivery performance and allow for public input at a strategic level.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13
LEAVENWORTH – After a three-day trial, a jury recently convicted a 46-year-old Kansas City man for attempted involuntary manslaughter for shooting his acquaintance Feb. 13, 2019 at a residence in Easton.
A 44-year-old Atchison man was arrested in recent days for alleged distribution of dangerous drugs and presumed hallucinogenic substances within close proximity of a school as the result of a month-long Sheriff’s Office investigation.
Charges were pending Wednesday against A 37-year-old Atchison man in connection with what police say was a domestic disturbance a few days earlier in recent days in the 600 block of Unity Street.
FRIDAY, OCT. 08