2021 Archived Editions February 11 - Online Edition

February 11 – Online Edition

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Especially prior to the most recent cold snap to settle in the area, Osage Countians traveling on K-31 between Osage City and U.S. 75 Highway have noticed utility work has begun, with power and water lines being moved to the north side of K-31 in preparation for a major construction project. Read about the project and preparations for it in this week’s edition of The Herald-Chronicle, online now.
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