Tonganoxie Living

Personal connections run deep at LMH Health
August 17, 2022
At LMH Health, we strive to work in joy and create a workplace that is both fun and meaningful to both patients and employees. Over 2,000 employees and providers call LMH Health home, and some have been a part of our team for generations. Local families, couples and siblings continue to work for LMH Health to help strengthen the Lawrence community.
Good Shepherd lists food needs for food bank
August 10, 2022
Good Shepherd Thrift Shop and Food Bank continues to announce its most-needed items for its food pantry. Items currently on that list are pasta green beans, eggs, corn, SpaghettiOs and similar canned goods.
Second Harvest to drop off hour earlier Thursday in Tonganoxie
August 10, 2022
Second Harvest will have its next delivery to Tonganoxie this week, but food distribution will be around 9 a.m. instead of 10 a.m.
Good Shepherd food needs list
August 3, 2022
Good Shepherd Thrift Store and Food Bank continues to announce its most-needed items for its food pantry. Items currently on that list are pork and beans, eggs, jelly, SpaghettiOs, dry milk products, corn and green beans.
Second Harvest to drop off hour earlier next week in Tonganoxie
August 3, 2022
Second Harvest will have its next delivery to Tonganoxie next week, but food distribution will be around 9 a.m. instead of 10 a.m.
Remote patient monitoring program provides effective, preventative care – at home
July 20, 2022
LMH Health recently launched remote patient monitoring, an innovative new program to better serve patients with chronic and uncontrolled conditions at home.
Kansas identifies state’s 1st presumed case of monkeypox
July 13, 2022
Kansas health officials said Saturday they have identified the state’s first presumed case of monkeypox.
Leavenworth County Humane Society offers microchipping, provides AMVA safety tips for pets during fireworks season
June 30, 2022
As families and friends gather for holiday celebrations, it’s also key to remember that our furry friends aren’t as eager to bring on the impending festivities. An important reminder in keeping animals safe is ensuring that they are microchipped in the event that they leave home during the commotion of Independence Day.
Towns prepare for festivities, fireworks as Independence Day draws near
June 29, 2022
Some rambunctious sounds soon will be filling the Tonganoxie area with Independence Day coming Monday. Fireworks sales and discharge of fireworks are allowed 8 a.m.-11 p.m. starting Friday and continuing through Monday in Tonganoxie.
Tonganoxie Christian Church celebrating sesquicentennial this weekend
June 23, 2022
Tonganoxie Christian Church is celebrating 150 years this weekend. The church’s sesquicentennial starts Friday with historical night. Visitors can explore TCC’s history from 5-7 p.m. at 304 Fourth St.
Mammograms save lives

June 15, 2022
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. While it’s the second leading cause of cancer death in women, there is a glimmer of hope. Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that the annual death rate due to breast cancer has steadily decreased since 1999. These decreases may be due, in part, as the result of detecting breast cancer earlier due to routine mammograms.
Honoring the fallen: Tonganoxie community remembers military as part of Memorial Day ceremony
June 1, 2022
Conrad Feldkamp and Ret. Col. Alan Feldkamp have helped shape Loren Feldkamp’s sense of patriotism and appreciation of history.
Memorial Day events planned for Tonganoxie
TCHS to have ceremony, biscuits and gravy; services at Hubbel Hill also planned for Monday
May 25, 2022
Tonganoxie Community Historical Society Site and Museum will have its fourth annual Memorial Day Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast. The event will be 7:30-10 a.m. Monday at the TCHS museum, 210 W. Washington St.
Trusted expertise leads surgeon’s father to OrthoKansas for care
May 18, 2022
The pain in Rolla Goodyear’s shoulders had been bothering him for more than 20 years. Having been diagnosed with arthritis in his late 30s, his limited range of motion, coupled with the pain, was keeping him from doing some of the things he wanted to do.
Community Blood Center announces blood emergency, encourages donations
May 11, 2022
LMH Health’s blood supplier, the Community Blood Center of Greater Kansas City, announced a blood emergency Monday morning.

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