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.
Registered voters from USD 257 can begin casting their ballots in advance of the special April 2 school bond election.
Kansas Department of Transportation engineer Darrin Petrowsky appeared before county commissioners on a rainy Tuesday morning to tell them what they probably already knew.
A half-dozen Iola High School band students defended their band teacher, Ranie Wahlmeier, before the USD 257 Board of Education Monday night.
With Iola City Council members rejecting overtures from a developer in February to convert an old nursing home into an apartment complex here, the fate of the empty, crumbling building shouldn’t be neglected, one Council member said.
Keeping a grocery in town has become a personal mission for Cole Herder, Humboldt administrator.
After entertaining pitches from three architectural firms in a special meeting last week, the Humboldt board of education voted Monday to hire the Wichita-based firm DCS/GLMV to oversee a comprehensive evaluation of the district’s facilities and to help determine a master plan for best practices moving forward.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. — Five minutes late, Darrell Todd Maurina sweeps into a meeting room and plugs in his laptop computer. He places a Wi-Fi hotspot on the table and turns on a digital recorder. The earplug in his left ear is attached to a police scanner in his pants pocket.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A “poison pill” in Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan for expanding Medicaid aimed at reassuring wary Republican legislators wouldn’t actually end the expansion if the federal government backed off its promises to cover most of the cost.
Aaron Cole’s first week as USD 257 director of operations was a trial not by fire, but ice.