Twelve-year-old Kenzie Ogden of Hoyt paid a Tuesday afternoon visit to the fireworks stand run by her uncle, Jason Ogden, as a fund-raiser for the Ogden's Outlaws wrestling club, and loaded up on fireworks for an Independence Day celebr
Sonja Parry is shown with a swarm of honey bees. She grew up around bees and enjoys beekeeping as a hobby.
You’ve heard of horse whisperers. Sonja Parry is a sort of honey bee whisperer.
Lyle Alley (shown above, at right) may have stepped down as the head cross country and track coach for JHHS at the end of this past season, but a familiar name will be taking over as his son, Brad (left), will fill those same roles starting in the 2015-2016 school year.
  For 36 years, Jackson Heights coach Lyle Alley has cultivated a familial atmosphere in the Cobra cross country program.
Sonja Parry is shown with a swarm of honey bees. She grew up around bees and enjoys beekeeping as a hobby.
Lyle Alley (shown above, at right) may have stepped down as the head cross country and track coach for JHHS at the end of this past season, but a familiar name will be taking over as his son, Brad (left), will fill those same roles starting in the 2015-2016 school year.
From left, Katie Morris, Kathleen Cobb and Suzette McCord-Rogers could be seen on Thursday morning at Linscott Park, working on a new mural that decorates the “practice wall” at the tennis court. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
In Netawaka, the Hornet’s Nest Sports Club opened its doors to the public less than two years ago as the realization of a goal set by Dr. Mike and Julie Keehn and others to provide a wealth of sports and fitness options for residents in northern Jackson County and the surrounding area. But in...
Twelve-year-old Kenzie Ogden of Hoyt paid a Tuesday afternoon visit to the fireworks stand run by her uncle, Jason Ogden, as a fund-raiser for the Ogden's Outlaws wrestling club, and loaded up on fireworks for an Independence Day celebration. The elder Ogden said business at his fireworks stand in...
Sonja Parry is shown with a swarm of honey bees. She grew up around bees and enjoys beekeeping as a hobby.
You’ve heard of horse whisperers. Sonja Parry is a sort of honey bee whisperer. Sonja is a local beekeeper or “beek’’ as she calls her fraternity of friends with the same “Let it Bee’’ hobbies and small businesses. “No actual bee whispering here,’’ Sonja says. “Although I do try to be quiet and...
More tax will now be collected on all retail purchases in Kansas, as the state’s sales tax rate increases to 6.5 percent today (July 1). In the face of a $400 million state budget deficit, lawmakers approved increasing the state’s sales tax rate from 6.15 percent to 6.5 percent.  With the statewide...

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In Netawaka, the Hornet’s Nest Sports Club opened its doors to the public less than two years ago as the realization of a goal set by Dr.

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Royal Valley High School's Karsen Smith (shown above, left) and Washburn Rural High School's Dominic Holthaus (right) hit the mat during practice at the fourth-annual Royal Valley Medalist Wrestling Camp.
  Even when things are supposed to be more laid back, the Royal Valley wrestling team can’t seem to catch a break. After dealing with their fair share of injuries this past winter, the...

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