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Floyd Eugene ‘Gene’ McAtee
Floyd Eugene ‘Gene’ McAtee passed away December 13, 2018 in Overland Park, Kansas. Gene had suffered with Alzheimer’s Disease for several years. Gene was born on March 21, 1935 in Walnut, Kan, to George and Adele (Brazil) McAtee.
Warrant issued after Missouri man misses sentencing date
JASPER COUNTY, Mo. - Authorities issue a failure to appear warrant for a Carterville, Missouri man who was scheduled to be sentenced on December 17th, 2018. 20-year-old Marquis Saunders was charged with four counts of first degree endangering the welfare of a child creating substantial risk and one
Parsons spoils Pittsburg's home opener
Highlights from the Vikings' 45-39 win over Pittsburg. Nena Taylor had 30 for Parsons, while Madden Petty finished with 20 for Pittsburg. A judge has sentenced a Galena, Kansas man who pleaded guilty to two arsons. Plus all the news you need to know before you walk out the door.
Shop with a Cop in Parsons
Parsons, Ks - Ten lucky kids in Parsons, Kansas had a blast Sunday evening shopping with local police at their area Walmart. Shop-with-a-cop in Parsons was popular in the past, but it took a break recently.
Choir, orchestra join for Christmas concert in Riverton
RIVERTON, Kan. — The Keenagers Chorus and Parsons Community Orchestra will present their combined annual Christmas concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Riverton High School Auditorium.
Dragons top #5 Parsons in SEK opener
Highlights from Pittsburg's 66-61 win over #5 Parsons. Javon Grant had 17 for Pittsburg, while Daquan Johnson led the way for Parsons with 18. A judge has sentenced a Galena, Kansas man who pleaded guilty to two arsons. Plus all the news you need to know before you walk out the door.
Man sentenced for role in drug ring run out of Kansas barbershop
A man who was part of a drug ring that operated out of a barbershop has been sentenced to four years and four months in federal prison. Jason Bell, 38, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, was sentenced Tuesday for his role in the $4 million drug ring in Kansas City, Kansa
Pharmacy robber draws 17-year prison term
NEOSHO, Mo. — A judge Monday sentenced a defendant who robbed a Neosho pharmacy of narcotics at gunpoint to 17 years in prison. Circuit Judge TIm Perigo assessed 62-year-old Michael R. Carter the prison term at a sentencing hearing in Newton County Circuit Court. Carter had pleaded guilty to first-d
Sarwinski looking forward to Shrine Bowl experience
When Beau Sarwinski learned that he’d been selected to be an assistant coach at the 2019 Kansas Shrine Bowl, the man in charge of the Galena High School football program hoped one of his players would be joining him on the East squad.
Frogs picks up commitment from JUCO CB
TCU’s success on the recruiting trail continued on Monday night, late Monday night to be exact as Independence (KS) Community College cornerback Tony Wallace committed to the Frogs. Wallace announced his commitment via his Instagram account.
Two Arrested for Stealing Kansas Cattle and Attempting to Sell in OKC
Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 27 of rural Labette County, Kansas, were arrested on Nov. 11 for stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co. ( Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office )
Copy of Labette Community College offers a class in Respiratory Therapy (080818)
200 S 14th St, Parsons, KS 67357, USA - Labette Community College. Labette strives for exceptionality. They give more than an excellent education, they give an environment of support, and a wealth of resources. Students will have access to a diverse range of teaching methods, technology, and continu
SKIL Holiday Dinner - December 7
A free hot dinner, music and other festivities are on tap for SKIL Resource Center’s annual community event “My Home for the Holidays.” It will be held on December 7, 2018 at the Parsons VFW at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited.
Cearley ready for the next level
With a flourish of his pen, Grove Senior Toby Cearley signed to play Division 1 Junior College Baseball with Labette Community College in Labette, Kansas. Cearley, who played both baseball and football throughout his high school career, decided to pursue collegiate baseball after visiting the school
Blood drives planned around area this week
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks will hold a number of blood drives to replenish a low stock of types O-negative and B-negative blood. People who donate between now and Jan. 6 will receive a shirt. Donations can be made at the following locations and times this week:
Two held on charges in Cherokee County cattle theft case
COLUMBUS, Kan. — Two Labette County residents are being held on charges that they tried to sell 17 head of cattle that had been stolen out of a pasture near Columbus. Cherokee County Sheriff David Groves said his office was notified of the theft of cattle by the owner early Tuesday morning. A short
Latest VT JUCO commits can immediately help the defense in 2019
The Junior College route is often not the perfect answer, but it is one solution that can help field immediate depth and fill roster holes quickly. The Virginia Tech Hokies missed out on their fair share of defensive prospects over the past few cycles, especially at defensive tackle, but picked up t
New event center in Neosho
NEOSHO, Mo. - A new event center is hoping to fill the need for people looking for a space to celebrate special occasions. The Neosho Event Center on Main street has been operating since this fall. There aren't a lot of facilities, like this in the area, so the owners are hoping this building can pr
Taylor drops 30, Parsons tops Coffeyville
PARSONS, Kan. - Highlights from the Vikings' 49-21 win over Coffeyville. Nena Taylor scored 30 for Parsons, making it the 4th time in 6 games she has scored 30+ points this season.
Kansas man arrested for coming to Arkansas to pick up teen
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. – A man is in jail on allegations that he drove from Kansas to Mountain Home to pick up a 16-year-old. This story is brought to you by... The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Junction City, Kansas man early Saturday morning after receiving a complaint that he was driving