Pott. Co. Human Resources Manager Whitney Phebus presented several updates and revisions to the 2023 employee handbook on Monday for the commissioners’ approval.
The St. Marys City Commission gave a holiday gift to the town Nov. 15 by approving a 50 percent reduction in the December electric bill.
A Topeka woman was killed Sunday in an early morning traffic accident on Highway 24 between Belvue and St. Marys according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
City electric, water and sewer rates are set to rise due to actions taken at the Nov. 15 Wamego City Commission meeting.
There was a packed house at the Nov. 15 St. Marys City Commission meeting to discuss the Pottawatomie Wabaunsee Regional Library lease, with many members in the community expressing strong support of the institution.
TOPEKA, Nov. 26 – This year's Red Raider football team was meant for great things … and the players lived up to the expectations, as they took an undefeated season into today's 4A State Championship game against Bishop Miege.
Wamego’s football team hopes to make its mark and win its first state championship in school history Saturday as they hope to knock off Kansas powerhouse Bishop Miege.
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After winning the 4A State Cross Country title at the end of October, several Wamego Cross Country athletes were not yet ready to hang up their running spikes.
In his third year at the helm of the St. Marys football team, head coach Kyle Schenk has his Bears in position to take home their first state title in recent memory.
MANHATTAN, Kan – The holiday season can be a great time for family and friends to gather, and Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee said following proper food safety steps will keep uninvited guests – like foodborne bacteria – from joining the party.
A wreath-laying ceremony for former German and Italian prisoners of war takes place at the Fort Riley post cemetery, 193 Huebner Road, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m.
The Salvation Army will have the 2022 Kettle Kickoff at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov, 15.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University food safety specialist says giving to food pantries, food banks or soup kitchens this time of year is appreciated, but the generosity needs to be accompanied by the gift of safety and health.
“Nearly 50 years after winning the Belmont Stakes, Secretariat remains the most recognized and beloved name in horse racing.”
At this time of year, we’re all looking forward to our Thanksgiving dinner – and our days and days and days of leftovers. Those are good too!
A study just published November 9, 2022 in The New England Journal of Medicine again provides evidence that masking requirements provided a very significant reduction in transmission of the strain of COVID-19 being transmitted at the time.
It was with great anticipation I opened my email inbox on Wednesday morning.