When Pottawatomie County transitioned to a new health insurance plan at the beginning of the year, it got off to a rocky start. Some employees were frustrated to find they were paying more for certain medicines when they had been assured pricing would not change. Fortunately, USI Insurance S…
The bandstand in St. Marys’ Riverside Park will be getting a facelift.
Darci Hildrebrand last Tuesday presented the annual library report to the Wamego City Commission.
Eight Wamego High School forensicators have qualified for the Catholic Forensics League Grand National Tournament as a result of their efforts at the Kansas Qualifier last weekend.
In a Monday special meeting, the USD 320 Board of Education took a look at recently completed, ongoing and proposed capital outlay projects.
Rock Creek softball opened the 2023 season Monday splitting a double header with the Hiawatha Red Hawks.
The Rock Creek baseball team kicked off its season last week with a non-conference match-up against the Sabetha Blue Jays. The Mustangs swept the two-game series to start their year off at a perfect 2-0.
The Red Raider baseball team started 2023 Monday on a strong note, downing the visiting Royal Valley Panthers in both games of the opening double header, 3-1 and 11-1.
Wamego softball tallied two wins in Monday’s season opening double header against Royal Valley, struggling to win the first game 3-2 but coming back for a strong 6-0 showing in the second.
Troy Hemphill, who has been a basketball coach at Wamego High School for 35 years, 24 of them with the Raider boys, told his team last Friday he was hanging up his hoops.
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A fingerprint. We leave those everywhere, on anything we touch.
The current cool period is perfect for starting strawberry plants in Kansas, said Kansas State University horticulture instructor Cynthia Domenghini.
It’s never too late to participate in the Kansas Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway program. New groups can always join to make a difference in communities and help the environment at the same time.
The Cold Weather Rule ends on Friday, March 31. That means Kansans who are behind on electric and natural gas utility bills will be subject to disconnection of service unless they contact their utility company to make payment arrangements. March 31 is also the last day to apply for the Low I…
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) encourages Kansas households with a Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) enrollee to make timely payments on monthly premiums. This is especially important as the State resumes normal business operations following the COVID-19 pand…
On behalf of all of us who use the Wamego Aquatics Center early in the morning here’s a big heartfelt THANK YOU to all those responsible for reinstating the 6 a.m. opening time! Thank you also to the staff that come in early to make it possible for us to swim. We sincerely appreciate your co…
Webster Dictionary’s first definition of “entitlement” reads as such: (a) the state or condition of being entitled; (b) a right to benefits specified especially by law or contract.
429 House bills and 267 Senate bills have been filed in Topeka. After committees have taken their final actions Monday and Tuesday, both chambers will debate those passed out of their committees. “Turnaround Day” is February 24 when bills in one house are passed to the other chamber. Howeve…
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