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McLouth Happenings: MHS homecoming parade and crowning is Friday; Stanwood Friends Church homecoming Sunday
September 28, 2021
McLouth High School will wrap up homecoming festivities The homecoming parade will start at 2:15 p.m. Friday, with a pep rally and other activities, including tug-o-war among classes to follow after the parade at Stan Braksick Sports Complex.
Plein Air Art Festival bringing variety to downtown Tonganoxie this week
September 28, 2021
Art in various forms will fill downtown Tonganoxie this week with this year’s edition of the Plein Air Art Festival. The festival starts Thursday and runs through Sunday. Much of the festivities will be in the downtown area, with fine art vendors, street performers, food trucks, glass-blowing demonstrations, plein air artists, youth art activities and a visit from members of the Crossroads Mazda Miata Club highlighting the event. There also will be street performers at the festival, with most activities taking place Saturday.
Tonganoxie Public Library offering Monday Mystery Movie
September 28, 2021
Family friendly films are being shown after school each Monday at the Chieftain Cafe inside Tonganoxie Public Library, 217 E. Fourth St.. To find out what the movie will be, come to the library after school on Mondays.
Tonganoxie Farmers Market available for a few more weeks
September 28, 2021
The Tonganoxie Farmers Market soon will be wrapping up its inaugural market season.
Active COVID-19 cases at 178 in Leavenworth County; LCHD, Downtown Drugstore continue to offer vaccines, while drugstore also providing testing
September 28, 2021
Leavenworth County had 178 active cases as of Monday, along with 194 community recoveries since the last health department report on Sept. 20. Tonganoxie has doubled its number of active cases during that time, while Basehor saw a decrease. Tonganoxie was at 28 active cases Monday, up from 15 on Sept. 20. Basehor was at nine, down from 23 a week before. Leavenworth dropped from 105 to 43 active cases, while Lansing went from 30 to 28.