Carnival rides, concerts, food trucks, crafts, 5k’s, and doggie washes were the name of the game this weekend at The Kansas Wheat Festival in Wellington.
Caldwell has been awarded a nearly $1 million Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
"The Amazing Arthur" entertained the audience at the Oxford Public Library summer reading program last Wednesday.
Former Mulvane Track and Cross Country standout Evan Landes (2011) is still running and focused on qualifying for the Olympics.
Friday marked the end of an era for the Oxford High scoreboard. The district removed the sign in preparation for a new one before the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.
A celebration of life, along with a fish fry and raffle hosted by friends of “Big Ed” Rickerson was held last Saturday at Belle Plaine’s Buckaroo Barn.
Driver's Ed wraps up this week after it's genesis in early June. The summer is divided into two sessions, each session has 2 classes. This summer approx.
911 Director John Tracy (left) and Deputy Director Marcie Bristor as they participate in training that started 24 years ago today.
Time is our most valuable asset. It’s the only thing we have that we can never replace or increase.
By Jim Stovall
Robert “RJ” Donley, 94, of Oxford passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2019 surrounded by family.
Richard Nafziger passed away on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at his home in Freeport, Kansas at the age of 70.
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