The Marmaton Valley High School gymnasium was transformed into a bustling factory floor Friday afternoon when dozens of area FFA members — led by a group from Moran — assembled in lines to package, seal, and box 13,000 meals destined to fill the hungry bellies of area families in need.
With USD 257 students home from school this week due to spring break, a group is encouraging families to forego their electronic devices for a while.
New Rules for Business Success will be offered at a two-day workshop, April 3 and 4, at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center.
The staff at Jefferson Elementary School does what they can to disguise the fact that their special education classroom was once a locker room.
Two large placards in support of a school bond issue are propped against the west wall of Shields’ Barber Shop, 19 N. Jefferson Ave. They’re good for starting a conversation about the April 2 vote, not that Greg Shields’ customers need the prompt.
Whistling backstage at a performance venue is taboo.
There’s a reason for that.
Missed our March 12 community forum at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center here in Iola? No worries! Watch it all here.
An otherwise normal Tuesday turned into a muddy mess for Humboldt’s David Gant.
LaHarpe soon will buy its electricity through the Kansas Municipal Energy Agency, a move that could save the community as much as $96,000 a year.
Despite a plethora of statistics, nothing could keep down the emotion and energy Tuesday night in a wide-ranging discussion about the April 2 school bond issue.
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