Feb 5, 2014
Manufacturer accused of exposing Kansas workers to flammable chemicals
The U.S. subsidiary of a Britain-based plastic packaging film manufacturer faces more than $100,000 in fines for allegedly exposing workers to flammable chemicals at its Tecumseh, Kan., plant, according to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Tecumseh man content to be on the farm
Fred Schafer prefers nothing more than tending the herd of 40 cattle at Whetstone Creek Farm near Tecumseh.
Fire heavily damages home in eastern Shawnee County
Fire crews douse hot spots Friday evening in a garage at 8051 S.E. 29th after a blaze tore through that section of a farm home in eastern Shawnee County.
Shawnee Heights UMC carries on Thanksgiving tradition
About 25 volunteers from Shawnee Heights United Methodist Church on Thursday carried on the church's tradition of serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Breakthrough House Inc.'s Clubhouse, 1201 S.W. Van Buren.
Arrest not made in three-man bar fight because reports conflict
An arrest wasn't made in a brawl that broke out early Saturday at a west-side sports bar among three men because there were conflicting reports of what happened, a police official said Tuesday.