With the elections in the rearview mirror, Congress members will return to Washington, D.C., next week for what typically is considered a lame-duck session.
Each day at work is a learning experience for Kari Smith, office professional at Southwind Extension District’s Iola office.
The Kansas Legislature agreed to pay education nonprofit Teach For America more than $500,000 this year for a pilot program to recruit 12 teachers to the state.
Cat lovers know when kitties groom, their tongues are pretty scratchy.
Reports from the Iola Police Department
The state of Kansas will pay $75,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging that the Department of Children and Families failed to intervene to protect an 18-month-old girl who eventually died.
Administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University underreported crime statistics for a two-year period.
A special perk of an awards banquet is the element of surprise.
Community Thanksgiving meals are planned Thursday in both Humboldt and LaHarpe.
Volunteers with Humanity House took a break Saturday morning from their efforts to decorate the downtown square for Christmas.