- Love, like a tattoo, is permanent
- Kansas 5A football: Blue Valley 27, Salina South 26
- Holiday happiness, now and forever
- Girls on the run
- Kansas 6A Soccer Championship Game | Blue Valley Northwest 2, Manhattan 0
- Kansas Class 6A soccer | Olathe East 4, Derby 1
- Holistic veterinarians grow in popularity, acceptance
- Things are looking up for legally blind artist Jeff Hanson
One had been adopted and was to be a birthday present for a 5-year-old girl.
The fire was reported about 2 p.m. Friday at the Village View Apartments in the 7800 block of Carter Street. Residents displaced from nine units.
Three area Pearl Harbor survivors will be introduced and interviewed at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center, 6200 Martway St.
Roeland Park residents want more information before they vote on whether or not to add a .35 percent sales tax increase.
Fifty adoptions were finalized at courthouses throughout Kansas on or around Nov. 23, National Adoption Day. In Johnson County on Saturday, 13 foster children were adopted. The day before in Wyandotte County, 12 kids got their forever families. National Adoption Day has been held annually since 2000 on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, a date chosen for its seasonal significance.
Olathe East senior will be marching in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Milly Lally wills the energy to raise her voice above the deafening rattle of the wheelchair van. Am I being crazy? she asks her hospice aide, Terry Robertson, whom Lally calls Pat or Patty because thats what Lally thinks she looks like. The two women have just departed NewMark Care Center north of the Missouri River and are making the half-hour bumpy jaunt to the West Bottoms so 83-year-old Lally can receive her first tattoo.
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My recent cataract surgery was a unique experience. For every other surgery I had gone through, I was put to sleep. Later, waking up in the recovery room, I could remember nothing except someone asking me to count backward from 10. But this time I was fully awake and saw everything.
Moving things back from a storage unit, I had to ask; ‘Why?’
When the scoreboard clock read all zeros, there were players wearing the Blue Valley High School black uniforms celebrating the Kansas Class 5A football state championship, while the white-shirted Salina South players were on the ground in dejection as their last quarter comeback came up just short.
Although Shawnee Mission East’s historic football season ended with a 28-21 loss to Derby in the Kansas 6A state championship game last Saturday, the effects of its success will linger.
Disappointing a child, that’s the defeat we work so hard to avoid.
Applesauce, yogurt and all-fruit spread are time-saving toppers.