Adventures in Robotics – Local children learn by using robots at PSU
PITTSBURG — Robots have invaded Pittsburg State University and are helping area children put math and science to use.Adventures in Robotics is a
Planning and Zoning approves first phase for assisted living project!
The Planning and Zoning commission approved the first step for a new assisted living center after discussing the facility’s request when they met for their regu
Sunflower awards more than $500,000 for KS Trails:
Pittsburg: Pittsco Sunflower PSU Trail connector
Working with Livewell Crawford County, the City of Pittsburg is building a 308-foot long, 6-foot wide connector trail that will allow passage through a railway crossing. The connector links the popular Pittsco Trail to other trails and sidewalk systems. Grant amount: $9,114
Sunflower Foundation awards more than $560,000 for KS Trails!
Paola: Lake Miola Trail connector
The City of Paola will build a 1.4-mile, 8-foot wide crushed limestone connector trail, completing a 7.5-mile long trail system around Lake Miola, a popular recreation site for the town and visitors. Among the project’s supporters is the Paola Pathways task force, representing diverse stakeholders and a strong volunteer coalition. Grant amount: $9,022
Sunflower Foundation awards more than $560,000 for Kansas trails!
Iola: King of Trails Bridge connector
Working with Thrive Allen County, the City of Iola will oversee construction and installation of a 150-foot long pedestrian truss bridge over Elm Creek. The bridge will connect the vast majority of Iola’s residential and commercial development to a growing recreational area, which includes the Lehigh Portland Trails. The bridge will also enable more the 700 employees of an industrial park on the south side of Elm Creek to walk or bike to work. Grant amount: $30,000
Power Flame sells but will stay in Parsons
A local manufacturing company has been sold, but the former owner said all of the firm’s jobs will stay in Parsons.
Sensory Park receives KDHE grant!
The sensory park project at Katy Park has received a $32,640 grant from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Labette Health discuses future ER at First Friday – Independence Daily Reporter
The Independence Chamber of Commerce’s First Friday for July was well attended, with the majority of the audience there to hear the plans for Labette Health’s&n
Central Heights Receives grant to benefit elementary playground!
Central Heights school district will receive a state waste tire recycling grant to provide rubber mulch for the playground at the elementary school.