The local Walgreens, 1528 Main St., was closed for most of a day this week over concern about employees potentially having COVID-19, a company spokesperson said Friday.
The NJCAA is recommending that a majority of sports compete in the spring semester for the 2020-21 season, a change in course from the association’s initial action plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rather than writing citations, Parsons Police Chief Robert Spinks hopes community responsibility and individuals leading by example will be enough for most people to abide by a new face mask ordinance that will begin Thursday.
A Parsons man who has been jailed nearly four years on allegations of molesting and exploiting children will wait another two months for a hearing in his case.
CHETOPA — It is music that has bound the Barnes family tightly together through life’s high notes and low notes, with God serving as their conductor.
OSWEGO — A Labette County judge on Tuesday revoked a $100,000 bond for a woman accused of striking and killing her boyfriend with her car and set a new bond of $250,000.
A Parsons man who has been jailed more than a year for charges related to the custody of three children is seeking dismissal of the charges and freedom in a recent civil filing. The filing against County Attorney Stephen Jones and Sheriff Darren Eichinger relates to the man’s continued pre-t…
Labette Health trustees on Thursday morning recognized hospital and Southeast Kansas Orthopedic Clinic staff members for a recent Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Blue Distinction Center+ award for knee and hip replacement.
The last time the Summer Olympics were held in Tokyo in 1964, Janelle Smith-Carson, then a junior in high school, was part of the U.S. track and field team to participate in the 400-meter race.
As Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s executive order requiring mask-wearing by Kansans goes into effect on Friday, schools are gearing up to adhere to the mandate with workouts.
Ten individuals, including hospital managers, laboratory owners, billers and recruiters, were charged in an indictment unsealed Monday in Florida for their participation in an elaborate pass-through billing scheme using rural hospitals in several states as billing shells to submit fraudulent…
The Kansas State Activities Association will release its first set of plans for fall sports and activities on or around July 17, KSHSAA Executive Director Bill Faflick said in an online press conference on Wednesday.
Low-income Kansas seniors may be eligible for a program that provides checks to purchase fresh, unprocessed fruits and vegetables and honey at farmers markets in selected counties throughout the state, including Parsons.
An Independence man will have a preliminary hearing in less than two months for charges related to an 11-mile law enforcement chase in February.
OSWEGO — Oswego High School has shut down its summer weights and conditioning program after an individual was possibly exposed to a positive case of COVID-19, the school announced on Wednesday.
Jayla Smith is the fourth Labette Cardinals player to be named NJCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Team in the last four years.
CRAIG COUNTY, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal shooting in which a trooper shot and killed a passenger during a traffic stop Thursday morning.