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LAHARPE — LaHarpe is in the mood for some fall cleaning. LaHarpe PRIDE Committee members and roughly two dozen Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionaries will take part in their annual cleanup day…

A bee visits a wild sunflower on 200 Road north of Iola Monday.

Interest in the Regional Rural Technical Center in LaHarpe continues to grow, with a record 87 students taking part in five areas of study, and two new teachers who are familiar faces to Iola High…

The Allen County Health Department now has the Pfizer COVID-19 booster dose available for those who qualify. The booster shots are available for those who have received the complete series of Pfizer vaccine at least…

Those wishing to take part in the Farm-City Days annual medallion hunt have until midnight tonight to register. Participants must order a virtual button at farmcitydays.com — cost is $2 — and the first clue…

Former superintendent Don Bain saw the opening of two science buildings in Iola. Bain taught science when a new facility opened in 1964. Now retired, Bain was on hand Saturday morning to tour the building…

HUMBOLDT — Saturday’s weather conditions weren’t lost on Pastor Robert Favors, of Poplar Grove Baptist Church. “God knew what the weather was going to do before we did,” he told a large Biblesta crowd Saturday.…

Iola High School seniors Brett Willis and Ally Ellis were crowned 2021 Fall Homecoming King and Queen prior to Friday’s home football game against Anderson County.

If it came down to it, King’s Sandwich Shop owner Kyle King could run his business by himself and one other person. Ever since his grandfather, Harley King, started the business in 1957, it has…

It’s official. The 50th annual Farm-City Days celebration will once again feature a carnival to entertain youngsters and those young at heart. Committee members reached an agreement this week with Fun Time Shows, a southeast…