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Parolee dies in auto accident
Sheriff Jack Laurie said Nickolas G. Cosgrove, 38, crossed the center line while heading north in an as-yet unspecified vehicle on the highway in the area of 258th Road. Cosgrove, facing north in the southbound lane, crashed into a white SUV driven by Rebecca Cothern, 62, of Leavenworth, as she head
Hiawatha High has two Halloween Queen candidates
As cool air and red maple leaves sweep through Hiawatha and Halloween creeps closer, two of your local Red Hawks will be competing for the Halloween Queen scholarship and, of course, the crown.HHS seniors Bella Eppens of Reserve and Robin Madere of Hiawatha have both been chosen by the school board
Kobach vows to cut welfare, spending in Atchison
ATCHISON, Kansas — The Republican contender to be the next Governor of Kansas said on Wednesday during an Atchison, Kansas, campaign stop he is dialing in on public spending and the welfare state.
St. Joseph man behind bars after crash in Andrew County injures two, one critically - KMZU
ANDREW COUNTY, Mo. — Two men were injured, one of them seriously, after their Jeep Patriot was hit head on by a wrong way vehicle in Andrew County Wednesday evening.
1 injured in pickup vs. semi accident along I-29
A Kansas man was injured in a two-vehicle accident along Interstate 29 in Holt County late Tuesday night.According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 35-year-old Abraham Friessen of Ulysses, Kansas was headed south on I-29 at mile marker 84 -- in the city limits of Mound City -- around 11 p.m.
Nemaha County Sheriff 10.15.2018 - The Sabetha Herald
Jacob Feldkamp, 30, of Onaga was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on Oct. 11 on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear. Feldkamp remains in custody. Bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety.
Jackson County Sheriff's Office identifies man killed in roofing accident
HOLTON, Kan. (KSNT) - One man is dead, another seriously injured in what was described as a gruesome construction accident at a house in south Holton.
Hiawatha Kiwanis sets Nov. 3 for annual Pancake Feed
The annual event will be from 7-11 a.m. at the Hiawatha Middle School. There is a cost of $5 per person with 6 and under free. Serving pancakes, sausages, milk, orange juice and coffee.
Livingston County woman charged with multiple felonies after fleeing police - KMZU
Upon investigation of her vehicle, police allegedly found methamphetamine, marijuana, and other drug paraphernalia. Police also found that her vehicle had been reported stolen and that she had two outstanding warrants in Kansas City and Livingston County.
2 seriously injured in Holton construction accident
According to Sheriff Tim Morse, the men were on a telehandler lift when it toppled over. They had been working on a three-story home near 6th and Iowa, in Holton.
What's up for Oct. 18
Cultural Heritage Workshop, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Livingston County Library, Chillicothe, Missouri. The Missouri Heritage Council and the Livingston County Library will present this free event to learn how cultural heritage can benefit your community. To register, visit .
High-speed chase ends with house, car hit in Topeka - WIBW News Now!
A driver who led police on a high speed chase before striking a car and a home in Topeka was taken to a hospital for injuries sustained in the accident, but will be booked into jail when he gets out, likely on drug charges in addition to the driving violations.
1 in custody after report of shots fired on Country Club Plaza
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Several streets were closed in the Country Club Plaza area after a report of shots fired.One person was in custody. Police were continuing to search for additional suspects.It was not immediately clear if anyone was struck. A witness told 41 Actions News that he saw an alleged sho
Letter: Citizens outraged by DCF decision - The Sabetha Herald
The family was state approved to adopt him, since he had NO biological mom and dad in the picture. Then just last week, DCF, without any explanation had him picked up and removed from their home! DCF even claims a judge approves of this behavior. The child was given to a 19 year old male that is rel
Santa's Attic set for Oct. 27
While the leaves are just starting to turn colors and it's not Halloween yet, a local organization has already been busy planning Santa's Attic.The Brown County Genealogical Society announced it’s annual craft fair Santa’s Attic will be on Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Hiawatha High School.There is a $1
Man hurt in Atchison truck fire
The charred rim and siding of a Ford F-150 pickup truck, as seen Monday afternoon in Atchison, Kansas, after the flattened tire caught fire.
What's up for Oct. 17
Medicare information and open enrollment event, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Center, 100 S. 10th St. A Medicare representative will be available to answer questions and help with enrollment. For information, call816-271-4666.
Appeals court: State legislation outweighed by federal gun rules
Guns regulations imposed by federal rulemakers and legislation aren't outweighed by the state's Second Amendment Protection Act, a federal court has ruled.File photo | Hiawatha WorldWICHITA — An appeals court has upheld the firearms convictions against two Kansas men who mistakenly believed that a K
Out and About: Long-time business sees updates, housing development nears completion - The Sabetha Herald
BUZZ CAFE After an accident in the early morning hours of Monday, July 9, Sabetha’s Buzz Café was left with a “Drive Thru” window, owner Sheri Lay says. Owners Troy and Sheri Lay took the opportunity to update the interior, as well as the exterior, of their long-time Sabetha restaurant. Remodel has
'That would not be fun': Escapee nabbed after 4 days in Kansas City, Kansas still wearing handcuffs
© Mike Whitby/EyeEm/Getty ImagesFile photo of handcuffsOct. 15--Police may not know much about how an escapee re-arrested Sunday afternoon by Kansas City, Kan, officers spent his four days on the run.