Billie Charlene Sater, 64, Iola, died July 21, 2014.
Billie was born and raised in Kansas City, Kan. She worked for years as a licensed practical nurse at Arkhaven Nursing Home in Iola. Billie is preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Ann Marie Sater, and her brother, Charles Jr. She is survived by her cousins Joan Casson and Terrie Gifford, Kansas City, Kan.
Special thanks to her best friend, Shirley Hines, for her care and support.
Harold Lee “Red” VanHouden, 78, Iola, died Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, at Olathe Medical Center.Harold was born Jan. 8, 1938, in Fredonia, the son of Lloyd and Thelma (Davis) VanHouden. He served in four branches of the U.S. military: Army, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard... [More]
Vivian Ruth (Babcock) Singer went to her heavenly home on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, at her home. She was born Nov. 22, 1924, in Hominy, Okla., to Rolland and Elizabeth (Free) Babcock. She attended school in Oklahoma until her parents moved to Iola to run the Western Auto Store... [More]
Lloyd William “Bill” Draper, 91, long-time Moran farmer, died Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, at Mercy Hospital in Fort Scott.Bill was born Dec. 21, 1924, in rural Elsmore, the son of Bert Walter and Flossie Ellen (Warren) Draper. He grew up in Allen County and graduated from... [More]
A recent survey of Allen County gave sobering news.For many, they lack access to affordable and nutritious food.The survey’s results were announced Jan. 26 by Allen County GROW Food and Farm Council.Among the findings:Nearly half of Allen County’s residents (44 percent)... [More]
Christian Kauth found himself in a dilemma many college students experience.He was studying biology at Washburn University, when the epiphany hit.“I was never that crazy about science,” he said.That realization came to Kauth when he enrolled in a foreign language... [More]
The northbound lane of old U.S. 169 will be closed for maintenance work on the 36-inch Flanagan South Enbridge pipeline south of Humboldt, Allen County commissioners were told Tuesday.Mitch Garner, director of Public Works, said Enbridge had made arrangements to have temporary... [More]
Allen Community College women’s soccer sent a pair of standout performers to the next level Wednesday afternoon. Emilee Mitchell and Jamie Cronister each signed to continue their collegiate playing careers with Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo.“It... [More]
Allen Community College women’s head coach Todd Buchanan is searching for answers after his team lost another halftime lead and fell to Coffeyville Community College 73-50.“Third quarter is our nemesis,” Buchanan said. “We can’t figure out why, what,... [More]