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Arctic air has arrived in KAKEland and will stick around for the next several days.
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
State Rep. Blaine Finch, R-Ottawa, quoted that passage from the Bible to illustrate his desire to see the judicial and legislative branches work together to find common ground on the state's embattled school finance formula.
Local pet owners who are preparing to register their dogs with the City of Ottawa for the 2014 calendar year will have a new venue with which to do so.
Productivity is flowing at a steady clip for one of the Ottawa Industrial Park's newest tenants, Jeff Seymour said.
Despite pleasant weather Monday and another mild December day expected today, the warmth likely won't stick around long, according to Kansas forecasts.
Recreation enthusiasts are expected to have two options in January when a new admission fee is enacted at the Ottawa Community Recreation Center/Goppert Building: a daily charge or pass card good for multiple days.
Communities in Schools has been providing meaningful programs for Ottawa High School for the past few years.
A smoking oven caused some minor damage to an apartment about 10 a.m. Sunday in the 1600 block of South Osage Drive in Ottawa.
A smoking electrical outlet brought Ottawa firefighters on the run about 1 p.m. Thanksgiving Day to the 700 block of South Ash Street.
Ottawa city commissioners will conduct a public hearing - with no planned action to follow - in early January regarding an ordinance that prevents community members from owning pit bulls inside the city limits.
A 28-year-old Ottawa man who is scheduled to appear in court next month in a child endangerment case ran into more legal difficulties as the community prepared to mark the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thanksgiving falls on the last Thursday in November, and this year's end-of-the-month holiday could mean less money raised by the red kettle collections, Lynch, Salvation Army kettle coordinator, said.
Smoldering embers in an ash can touched off a small fire early Tuesday evening outside a residence in the 200 block of South Cedar Street.