Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Scranton residents express concerns around projects

Special meeting set for Oct. 7 SCRANTON—The chambers of the Scranton city hall were that of standing room only at the Sept. 20 regular meeting...

State parks host free events Oct. 1

TOPEKA—The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, are partnering to pick up your Kansas State...

Lyndon to host fall festival Saturday

LYNDON—Fall is officially underway and Lyndon has planned an event in celebration of the season this weekend. The Lyndon Fall Festival will begin at 9...

September 29, 2016 – PDF Edition

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FOOTBALL: Tigers work over West Franklin

LYNDON—The Lyndon Tigers continued their winning streak with a 61-8 blowout of West Franklin Friday night, continuing their dominance of the Flint Hills League. Lyndon...

Quenemo hires code officer, building inspector

Police chief moved to full time QUENEMO—The Quenemo City Council addressed building code and municipal code enforcement during its Sept. 13 regular meeting. “We’ve had it...

Lady Tigers compete at Rim Rock Classic

LAWRENCE—Lyndon’s top runners took on some of the states top competition at the Rim Rock Classic last weekend at the University of Kansas cross...

Overbrook senior housing receives break from utilities

OVERBROOK—Denise Hoback, Overbrook Housing Authority chairperson, approached the city council with a request for the city to waive the water utility billing until the...

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Vernon Petefish

Vernon Petefish Sept. 1, 1941 – March 30, 2020 LYNDON — Vernon Petefish died Monday, March 30, 2020, at his home...
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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...

Phyllis Faye Peters-Silver

Phyllis Faye Peters-Silver Sept. 10, 1930 – March 27, 2020 TOPEKA — Phyllis Faye Peters-Silver, Topeka, formerly of Lyndon and Burlingame,...

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

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