After more than a decade of going without, USD 258 is reintroducing a catalog of business courses into its curriculum as part of the district’s Career and Technical Education program.
It has been more than three years since all of North America was treated to a total lunar eclipse. That celestial drought will end Sunday night.
It’s no secret Register readers are every bit the newshound as our staff. And it’s your curiosity about what goes on in Allen County that helps guide our news coverage.
Thrive Allen County interim CEO Bill Maness appeared before Allen County commissioners Tuesday morning to ask once more for the $50,000 required for the creation of VISIT Allen, an initiative designed to increase tourism in the county. If the commission agrees to the funding, said Maness, Thrive will contribute an additional $25,000 of its own.
Thoroughfares across town are in need of attention, Humboldt council members learned at their meeting Monday night.
Iola High School students interested in a career in the automotive industry could have an option to earn certification, if an area school proceeds with plans to add the program.
Iola City Council members will seek public input before proceeding with any proposals on either making some members at large or changing their length of terms.
Sonic Equipment Company, which has been under the B&B Theatres umbrella since 1965, has been sold by the Bagby family.
Area youngsters take full advance of a weekend snowstorm that blanketed Iola and Allen County.
William Inge, famed playwright from southeast Kansas, was featured in a discussion Thursday at the Iola Public Library.