It was tough to ask for a nicer day for this year’s installment of the Old Shawnee Days parade, with warm sun and clear skies greeting the marchers and observers along Johnson Drive.
Photographer Andrew Poland of Poland Photographs sent along the following shots from the event.
A dozen area students are among the announced winners of this year’s National Merit Scholarships. The local scholarship recipients fall into two categories: The
‘Get back to that kid who was always having fun.’ JoCo native Riley Pint adjusts to challenges of pro baseball
By Ellen Terhune After missing nearly all of the 2018 season, anticipation filled the 70-degree Scottsdale air as Riley Pint made his return to
The race for Lenexa council Ward 4 has three new faces, triggering an August primary election. Incumbent, longtime Councilmember Andy Huckaba, announced his plans
Johnson County Community College’s ongoing commitment to environmental, social and economic responsibility is paying off. On May 28, JCCC announced an agreement with Kansas
Johnson County Mental Health Center earns coveted accreditation recognizing client-centered practices
The Johnson County Mental Health Center learned recently that it had earned a difficult-to-achieve accreditation from CARF International, an international organization that reviews health
SM East’s Ian Gould elected to represent Kansas Boys State at Boys Nation. Ian Gould, a senior-to-be at Shawnee Mission East, has been elected by
Shawnee Mission Faces: Mark Stiles, Prairie Hills island gardener and friend of the monarch butterfly
Each spring, when the living things are hard at work to sprout from underground, Mark Stiles and his team of volunteers begin to beautify
Shawnee’s aging stormwater infrastructure is becoming a widespread problem, with the city needing as much as $140 million over the next 10 years to
The race for the Shawnee council Ward 4 seat has three new faces, triggering an August primary. Incumbent Mickey Sandifer is not one of
The Lash Lounge, a local salon offering eyelash and eyebrow services, is opening its second location this August in Corinth Square. The new salon
Shawnee Fire Investigators are working to determine what sparked a fire at Mill Valley High School, 5900 Monticello Road, late Thursday evening. Fire Marshal
Friends of Johnson County Library hosting annual book sale. The Friends of Johnson County Library is hosting its annual book sale from 9 a.m.
Juliana Gogol, a graduate of Shawnee Mission East who now studies fashion design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, has received a $35,000