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Students walk out to protest resignations, learning platform

Gary Rush | Reporter In a unified protest, students attending Santa Fe Trail USD 434 Junior High and High School...

Osage City teachers treated to free meal

Osage City teachers, EMS and Osage City Police Department were treated by Becky and Craig Siljenberg, Osage Garden and...

Lyndon Fall Festival

To the delight of many, it was all sunshine in Lyndon Saturday, Oct. 3, for the annual Lyndon Fall...

Osage County Senior Center a hot spot

Osage County Senior Center Closed Due to Possible COVID-19 Cluster Lyndon – The Osage County Health Department would like to...

Newspaper office open by appointment

Newspaper office open by appointment The Osage County Herald-Chronicle newspaper office is open by appointment only, but the office door...

Lyndon football field vandalized

$500 reward established It has been reported that someone destroyed the Lyndon High School football field. Vandals, from independent reports,...

Osage County sees increase in COVID-19 cases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jackie Patterson, RN, Director, Osage County Health Department Osage County Public Health Officer July 9, 2020 Osage County sees increase...

Coronavirus Cases

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kansas April 3 Statewide Case Totals Positive cases: 620                 ...

Third virus case in Osage County

OSAGE COUNTY, KS – The Osage County Health Department has identified the County’s 3rd positive case of COVID-19. The...

Second case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) identified in Osage County

Second case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) identified in Osage County Lyndon – Osage County Health Department announced its second case...

Students walk out to protest resignations, learning platform

Gary Rush | Reporter In a unified protest, students attending...
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Online Editions

October 22 – Online Edition

Students in Santa Fe Trail USD 434 took it upon themselves to walk out...

October 15 – Online Edition

Small businesses and entities in Osage county who applied for and were granted economic...

October 8 – Online Edition

The Burlingame City Council approved payment of $7,314.52 for IT services provided by Sam...

October 1 – Online Edition

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly made quick work of appointing an interim sheriff for Osage...

Sports

Winter Sports Preview

Check out area high school teams in our Winter Sports Preview, available to subscribers by clicking the image below....

Osage City boys place fourth at state cross country

Eric Baker | Sports Reporter LAWRENCE — The Osage City Indians boys cross country team placed fourth Nov. 2 in...

Obituaries

Judith Jane “Judy” Borsdorf

Judith Jane “Judy” Borsdorf Nov. 4, 1920 – Oct. 20, 2020 BURLINGAME — Judith Jane “Judy”...

Anna LaVerne Regenold Kellison

Anna LaVerne Regenold Kellison June 30, 1923 – Oct. 21, 2020 OSAGE CITY — Anna LaVerne...

Joanne Hileman Gaul

Joanne Hileman Gaul April 29, 1935 – Oct. 16, 2020 QUENEMO — Joanne Hileman Gaul, Quenemo,...

David L. McConnell

David L. McConnell June 24, 1951 – Oct. 15, 2020 Osage City--David L. McConnell died Thursday,...

Dale Lee Wallace

Dale Lee Wallace May 15, 1978 – Oct. 14, 2020 MELVERN — Dale Lee Wallace, Melvern,...

Theodore “Ted” J. Birtell

Theodore “Ted” J. Birtell Sept. 23, 1932 – Sept. 23, 1932 OVERBROOK — Theodore “Ted” J....

Laura Burk

Laura Burk Died – Oct. 13, 2020 OVERBROOK — Laura Burk died Oct. 13, 2020, at...

Michael Wayne Ashburnn

Michael Wayne Ashburnn Jan. 17, 1954 ­– Oct. 6, 2020 TOPEKA — Michael “Mike” Wayne Ashburnn,...

Dale LaRue “Biggin” Doles Jr.,

Dale LaRue “Biggin” Doles Jr., Nov. 28, 1977 — Oct. 9, 2020 KANSAS CITY — Dale...