Unsafe playing conditions at NJCAA region softball tournament cause injury to Neosho County player, raise inequity...
A Neosho County softball player was injured at the 2022 NJCAA Region VI Softball Tournament last week, raises questions about the field's safety and possible inequities between men's and women's postseason tournaments.
Ethel Oralee (Collins) Beggs, 94, a resident of Stark, passed away Saturday, May 21, 2022 at Labette Health in Parsons. She was born on March, 31, 1928 to Oral and Dorothy (Richwine) Collins in rural Neosho County.
The Chanute track and field team qualified 19 athletes for the state meet at the KSHSAA 4A Regional Track & Field Championships on Friday.
Legacies can come in various forms, but former library director at Neosho County Community College Dan Viergever is remembered in both historical and environmental aspects.
William Joe McGuire, 76, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his wife and daughter Saturday, May 15, 2022. William (Bill) was born March 6th, 1946, in Independence, Kansas. He was the son of Joseph Jasper and Leta May…
Blue Comet baseball was snuffed out in Tonganoxie on Tuesday, when the Bishop Miege Stags posted a 12-2 victory in five innings.
After knocking-off Cowley and Labette, the Neosho County softball team was unable to upset Murray State in the NJCAA Region VI championship.
Beth Ann (La Rue) Pruitt, 59, died at 4:06 pm Sunday, May 8, 2022, at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Beth was surrounded by her family and hospital staff at the time of her death.