Miami County is hiring for several positions, including a deputy jailor, County Counselor--Attorney, Finance Director, Equipment Operator, and a dispatcher. To learn more and to apply, click here.
MIAMI COUNTY INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT
To celebrate Miami County businesses that are being innovative during difficult times, we have decided to Spotlight one special business every month.
The spotlight is presented in collaboration with Miami County Economic Development, Louisburg Chamber of Commerce, Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce, Paola Chamber of Commerce and Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.
Businesses featured in the Innovative Business Spotlight are nominated by their local chamber of commerce, with nominations rotating among the Miami County communities.
Astronomical Society of Kansas City volunteers at Powell Observatory are eager to start the new season with outside activities and will display images from the observatory's 30-inch mirror telescope on a large, outdoor screen. They are this month's Business Innovation Spotlight! Learn more...
Tonight's Special - Rueben Sandwich and your choice of any potatoes side - $9.00
Olathe Health has been recognized by two national organizations for quality measures and patient care. Olathe Medical Center, along with Olathe Health’s Miami County Medical Center, also received a four-star rating from the CMS Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings. Click here to learn more.
Mark your calendars for June 25th, 26th & 27th - Osawatomie's Lights on the Lake is coming back with a bang for its 2021 celebration.
If you are interested in sponsoring, volunteering, or if you are a vendor looking for a place to set up camp, please email email@example.com.
Osawatomie School District #367
Osawatomie Seniors receive a record $215,000 in local scholarships - see here for the full story!
The Class of 2021 graduates this Sunday, May 16th. For details, see here.
Fort Scott Community College is pleased to announce a plan to utilize federal funding to assist in paying student fees for fall 2021 through summer 2022.
Federal funding from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) will be utilized during the next academic year to pay general fees for all students. FSCC believes the plan will save students nearly two million dollars for the next academic year.