Everybody Plays, a non-profit community project working to build an accessible playground at Pittsburg’s Schlanger Park, has teamed with Jay Hatfield Mobility for a Hole-in-One Fundraiser on the Fourth of July at Four Oaks Golf Course.
Qualifying rounds are scheduled from 1-3 p.m. The Final Shoot-Off is slated for 4 p.m.
After receiving additional reports, the Parsons Police Department wants to remind everyone that the FBI, CIA, and/or any other federal government agency, Interpol or other international agency is not going to contact via e-mail and threaten to have you arrested or fired for any reason.
Detective Sgt. Neil Springer of the PPD said these organizations are not going to have money to disperse to you for any reason. They are not going to tell you in an e-mail that they are going to wiretap your internet and phones.
Are you considering taking a higher paying job or a promotion but would end up losing your health care and other public benefits if you earned more? Are you not on any government assistance but your salary does not help you fully cover your personal care needs? Are you graduating and/or have a job offer but worried that you won’t be able to access the services and supports to be able to go to work?
Area seniors and people with disabilities are being called by someone claiming they are from Life Alert.
The consumer is being told that someone has paid for Life Alert for them and that they need to make arrangements to come out and set it up.
TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Sunflower Foundation Board of Trustees recently awarded more than $200,000 to seven communities and one school district to build new trails or enhance existing trails.
The Sunflower Trails program is designed to promote healthy living by providing safe and accessible places for physical activity, as well as connect Kansans to each other and the great outdoors.