Leavenworth County

McLouth Happenings
November 30, 2016
McLouth’s Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration will be 4-6 p.m. Saturday downtown in City Park. Enjoy free food, drinks and door prizes donated by local businesses and folks who want this to be a special occasion for the community. Join in the Christmas caroling.
Linwood News
November 30, 2016
Santa Claus visits the area with a stop from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at Linwood Library. He will ride in on a firetruck at noon and be ready to visit with children right after. Mrs. Claus will also be on hand. The event will also include some craft activities and cookies to munch on.
Jarbalo Jottings
November 30, 2016
The Leavenworth County Council on Aging is visiting Tonganoxie Public Library starting later this month. Council on Aging officials will be at the Tonganoxie Public Library the second Thursday of each month to offer outreach services.
Leavenworth County Council on Aging visiting library on monthly basis
November 30, 2016
The Leavenworth County Council on Aging is visiting Tonganoxie Public Library starting later this month. Council on Aging officials will be at the Tonganoxie Public Library the second Thursday of each month to offer outreach services.
Tonganoxie Chamber hosting open house for proposed luxury RV resort today
November 30, 2016
The Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce is hosting an open house with the developers of a proposed luxury RV resort today.
Do ye hear what I hear ye in Tonganoxie?
November 30, 2016
The Tonganoxie vocal music department will be welcoming noble lords and ladies to its “castle” Friday and Saturday in the Tonganoxie Middle School commons area. It’s time for the 13th annual Madrigal Feaste, as students entertain guests with music while a meal of wasseyle coppes, potage and farthing weight weate loaf, wilde board, streng bene and rosta botata and royal fruit tartes will be served.
Tonganoxie ‘late night’ basketball event helps get 2016-17 season started
November 29, 2016
Winter sports are about to get started with basketball and wrestling competition later this week. But last week, a new tradition started with an event like the late night celebrations for the first basketball practice of the year at the college level.
Remember When: A community review
November 29, 2016
The Stranger Creek Limbhanger’s chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation participated in NWTF’s Turkey Hunters Care program by providing turkeys to needy families to help complete the centerpiece of an All-American thanksgiving dinner. On Nov. 18, the organization donated $400 worth of turkeys to the Vaughn-Trent center in Bonner Springs to help ensure that families in the area would have a Thanksgiving to remember.
Storybook stroll in downtown Tonganoxie
November 29, 2016
Windows adorned with parts of a story have been a tradition in recent years in downtown Tonganoxie. Entrepreneurs Achieving Success Together, which meets weekly to discuss projects and events to benefit Tonnganoxie, has created various storybooks in recent years during the holidays, but this year’s version is an original story.
Tonganoxie High School graduate part of winning challenge duo at K-State
November 29, 2016
A Kansas State University competition has awarded 16 students and 10 different business ideas with $20,000 in prize money — and a Tonganoxie High School graduate is at the top of the list. Tonganoxie’s Tyler O’Briant teamed up with Manhattan’s Sam Rozell — both seniors in electrical engineering — and were awarded $7,500 and a spot in the Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge for their pitch for Eyas, the first truly advanced police support quadcopter drone on the market. The Eyas will provide dual functionality both as a reconnaissance and a documentation tool, enhancing police officers’ ability to more fully understand the myriad of dangerous situations they face on a daily basis as well as provide more appropriate, over-the-shoulder documentation once these situations commence.
Lions Club offers screening, to have informational meeting Tuesday at library
November 23, 2016
Lions Club members provided service recently to Tonganoxie Elementary School which could benefit the health of students. Vision screenings discovered 49 students who may need professional eye exams. Lions Club members, using the Welch-Allyn SPOT device, screened 533 kindergartners, first-, third- and fifth-graders.
Lighting up the town in Tonganoxie
November 23, 2016
Visitors gathered to once again kick off the holiday season Saturday in downtown Tonganoxie. Folks gathered for various local talent performing near the pocket park at Fourth and Delaware as part of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting festivities.
Tonganoxie sales tax mail-in ballot question coming this winter
New developments with potential library locale, interlocal agreement and festivals
November 23, 2016
Tonganoxie will move ahead with a mail-in ballot for replacement of the 3/4-cent sales tax for Tonganoxie Water Park. The Council approved the final measure, 5-0, Monday, with ballots expected to be sent out in February.
Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting festivities Saturday
November 18, 2016
It’s actually looking very much like Christmas in Tonganoxie. Organizers and volunteers have been getting the downtown area ready for the annual Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting festivities, which will be 3-6 p.m. Saturday in downtown Tonganoxie.