After 42 years of leading Benedictine College football, legendary coach Larry Wilcox announced Tuesday to his team and his coaching staff that he will be retiring at the end of the 2020 football season.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — Formal charges were filed Tuesday against a 40-year-old rural Leavenworth man apprehend with a weekend homicide and abduction of his children.
Benedictine held on for a gut check 31-27 win against Peru State and gave legendary coach Larry Wilcox his 300th career win Saturday at Larry Wilcox Stadium.
Benedictine College and Atchison County officials have announced the “Atchison and Benedictine: Stronger Together,” an agreement for an enhanced plan addressing on-campus learning, off-campus students and athletics.
Atchison County health officials and Benedictine College leaders met Thursday morning as part of possible revision of a pending quarantine of the campus, but the resolution might come later than expected.
A sinkhole was reported late Friday morning at the intersection of North 17th and Harper Drive. The sinkhole closed part of Harper Drive and according to Atchison City Public Works Department, the hole will take about a week to fix due to a whole pipe needing to be replaced.
Local law enforcement and Kansas Highway Patrol are investigating an alleged shooting that took place at approximately 7:20 p.m. Tuesday evening in front of the Atchison County Courthouse.
ST. LOUIS — Authorities say seven people were arrested and two officers were injured Sunday as police worked to clear out a crowd of protesters who had camped outside St. Louis City Hall to call for the resignation of Mayor Lyda Krewson.
A teen from the Atchison County area died on Sunday morning in a collision with a semi-trailer truck as a result of a directional crossover of unknown cause on Kansas Highway 4 in Jefferson County.
The two Northeast Kansas victims who died in a highway crash on Friday afternoon are an elderly pair from a small town in Atchison County, authorities have announced.
Since Horton lost its local medical center in March, the fate of its building and related properties has been uncertain, but it is now apparent that these assets will remain in local hands.