For Wilma Leach, it's time to step down. Leach, the director of Mother to Mother Ministry of Bourbon County since its beginning in 1998, recently announced that she is retiring effective Aug. 31. The nonprofit organization,... >>
A week after approving repairs to the south parking lot retaining wall, Bourbon County Commissioners took steps Tuesday to do further courthouse renovation. Commissioners met with local historian Arnold Schofield, who has... >>
Motorists from 6th to 13th streets must maneuver orange cones while workers begin new asphalt paving, curbs, gutters and sidewalks along the stretch of roadway as part of a $3.8 million improvement project. A new 12-inch... >>
What began as an idea by four families who wanted to improve the life of a family member with disabilities has grown over four decades. Tri-Valley Developmental Services (TVDS) celebrated 40 years in Southeast Kansas with... >>
Demolition of a structure that is part of the former Western Insurance building is on the horizon. City officials said this week they anticipate demolition of the non-historic tower to the west to begin within the next two... >>
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- Kansas has reached the final phase of a competition for a large federal grant that would be used to ease flooding concerns in the Manhattan area, according to the Kansas Department of Agriculture....