Unsafe playing conditions at NJCAA region softball tournament cause injury to Neosho County player, raise inequity...
A Neosho County Panthers softball player suffered an injury during warmups due to unsafe field conditions during the NJCAA Region VI Tournament in Topeka on May 16.
OSWEGO — The Labette County Sheriff’s Office has been awarded a $164,000 grant from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to support COVID-19 mitigation and testing of inmates, staff and visitors in the Labette County Jail.
Jurors in the murder trial of Donald D. Collins on Wednesday heard testimony from two police officers, a paramedic, a pathologist and a deputy coroner.
SHAWNEE — With just four swimmers in its arsenal, Labette County finished in seventh place out of 40 teams as the KSHSAA 5-1A State Swim and Dive Championships over the weekend.
Brandy Scott, 911 director, and Jessica Muller, 911 supervisor, answered questions from the state and defense counsel in a second-degree murder trial that started Tuesday.
OSWEGO — Labette County commissioners on Monday agreed to work with Kansas FiberNet to install a high-speed fiber connection from the road to the tower at 10000 and Meade roads that the county uses to broadcast its 800 megahertz radio…
CHANUTE — Labette County’s girls took third as a team at the KSHSAA 4A Regional meet on Friday while Ava Alloway and Russell McCarty grabbed individual titles at Chanute High School.
A Labette County judge this week agreed to depart from a required prison term for a Parsons man convicted of robbery.
A Parsons man pleaded guilty Thursday to battering a Parsons woman in a convenience store parking lot a year ago. The prosecutor dismissed an attempted murder charge related to the man firing a gun at the woman.
The county solid waste committee on Wednesday morning approved a 3% increase charged for collecting trash at the trash transfer station south of Parsons.
On May 10, the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) upheld its previous decision to withdraw accreditation from the physical therapist and physical therapist assistant education program at Labette Community College.
Kevin Lahey, a longtime law enforcement officer, has filed for the 2nd District seat on the Labette County Commission. The seat is currently occupied by Commissioner Terry Weidert, who has not yet filed for re-election.
TOPEKA — For the second straight season, the Labette Cardinals’ season ended on the final day of the NJCAA Region VI Tournament.
Inspiration leads to aspiration and aspiration led to success for Dr. Etta Hollins, the 2022 Labette Community College Cardinal citee who spoke Friday night to graduates during the 98th commencement.