Natoma American Legion Auxiliary Wins National Award
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 109 in Natoma was recently honored with a National Award for Innovative Public Relations by ALA National President Nancy Brown-Park and ALA National Chair Lisa Williamson.
Local Law Enforcement Says Buckle Up
Beginning February 23 through March 6, the Russell County Sheriff's Office, along with the Russell Police Department, will join other Kansas Law Enforcement to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years.
Area Historical Projects Chosen for Grants
At the regular quarterly meeting held at the Kansas Historical Society in Topeka on Saturday, February 14, a committee of the Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review made its recommendations for the 2015 round of Heritage Trust Fund (HTF) grants.
Natoma NHS Collects Items for Hospitals, Nursing Facilities
Cotterill Named a National Winner
Emily Cotterill, an eighth grade student at Paradise Junior High School, has been named a winner in the 2015 National Patriot's Pen Contest and recipient of the 29th place $500 Department of Idaho and its Ladies Auxiliary National Patriot's Pen Award.
Incentive Transfer Discussed by Russell City Council
A proposed economic development incentive transfer from Russell startup business and RV chassis manufacturing company American Power Chassis (APC) to newly formed American Chassis (AC) was discussed in depth Tuesday by the Russell City Council.