Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Orbis pays off $3.2 million development bond

OSAGE CITY—Osage City Manager Rod Willis opened the Osage City Council meeting with an update on the status of the industrial improvements bond, set...

Osage City Council rejects zoning recommendations

OSAGE CITY—The Osage City Council rejected a pair of unanimous decisions by the planning and zoning board at the Nov. 25 council meeting. The board...

November 27, 2014 – PDF Edition

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Chargers’ Cinderella season ends in sub-state

COLUMBUS—The Santa Fe Trail Chargers began Friday night’s sub-state game with all the momentum, but Columbus took over, taking the momentum and six-straight touchdowns...

Vehicle crashes into Osage City storefront

OSAGE CITY—Earlier this morning, a vehicle entered the storefront of a local business. At approximately 9:18 a.m., a car driven by Clara Bryan, 77,...

K170 bridges reopened ahead of schedule

READING—Construction was completed Nov. 19 on two adjacent bridges, located 3.5 miles east of Reading in Osage County. The bridges, which have been closed...

Musical instrument store opens in Burlingame

BURLINGAME—Former Burlingame High School band and music director Mark Hecht may be retired, but he hasn’t put down his instruments. Not any of them....

Seven-foot man sentenced for bank robbery

KANSAS CITY—A seven-foot man was sentenced Monday to 30 months in federal prison for robbing a Franklin County Bank. Caleb Jeffcoat, 26, Quenemo, pleaded guilty...

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Coronavirus found in Osage County

First case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) identified in Osage County Lyndon – Osage County Health Department announced the first case...
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Stay at Home Order issued for Osage County

Stay at Home Order issued for Osage County LYNDON — A Stay at Home Order has been issued for Osage...

Roberta May Wilson Harris-O’Brien

Roberta May Wilson Harris-O’Brien July 15, 1935 – March 15, 2020 COVINGTON, Tenn. — Roberta May Wilson Harris-O’Brien, Covington, Tenn., died...

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Coronavirus found in Osage County

First case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) identified in Osage...

Stay at Home Order issued for Osage County

Stay at Home Order issued for Osage County LYNDON —...
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