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OCHS golfers continue to bring home medals from Lamont Hill

Osage City High School Lady Indian golfers Laci Davenport, Jenna Hastert, Hayden Serna, and Josie Thompson competed Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, at the Santa Fe Trail Invitational, at Lamont Hill. The team took second place, just one stroke behind Ottawa, but one stroke ahead of Silver Lake.

“Special congratulations go out to both Laci, with a first place medal and a score of 43, and Hayden who medaled fourth with a score of 48,” said OCHS coach Luann Jacobs. “Great job, girls!” 

Sheriff announces retirement; Republican committee seeks temporary replacement

LYNDON, Kan. – Osage County is in need a temporary sheriff to fill in until the newly elected sheriff takes office in January, after Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn announced Monday she would be retiring at the end of the month.

Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn

During the Sept. 14 regular meeting of the Osage County Commission, Dunn submitted a letter addressed to Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly and county commissioners announcing her retirement:

“I, Laurie Dunn, duly elected Sheriff of Osage County hereby submit my notice of retirement, effective September 30, 2020. It’s been an honor to serve the citizens of Osage County for 39 years and 3 months. Sincerely submitted, Laurie Dunn, Sheriff”

Dunn recommended the commissioners appoint Osage County Undersheriff Jeff Johnson to serve in the sheriff’s position until the newly elected sheriff is sworn in on Jan. 11, 2021. Dunn lost the sheriff’s position to challenger Chris Wells in the Republican primary election Aug. 3, 2020, and the sheriff’s race will be finalized in the Nov. 3 general election.

As commissioners do not have the authority to fill vacant elected county offices, the Osage County Republican Central Committee was notified to call a convention meeting to fill the vacancy. The committee will select a nominee to be submitted to the governor for official appointment.

The committee has since set the convention meeting for 7 p.m. Thursday Sept. 24, at the Osage County Courthouse. The nominee will be determined by a precinct person election and will be presented Sept. 25 to the governor’s office for official appointment.

In response to the short timeline before Dunn’s retirement, the Osage County Republican Committee has sent out a notice to prospective interim sheriffs who would like to be considered as candidates for the temporary position. Here is the notice issued by the committee:

“Notice: Applicants for the office of Osage County Sheriff are currently being sought due to the retirement effective September 30, 2020 of Laurie Dunn as per letter delivered to the Osage County Commission on Monday, September 14, 2020. State statute tasks the Central Committee of the party of the elected official with filling the vacancy. Please direct correspondence to the Republican Central Committee of Osage County, Dana Webber, Chairman, 307 S. Boyle Street, Scranton, KS 66537 or email: [email protected] by Wednesday, September 23, 2020.”

For more information about the selection process, contact central committee chairman Dana Webber as per this notice.

Richmond to retire after 45 years with Extension service

Dr. Mary Frances “Fran” Richmond will be retiring after 45 years with K-State Research and Extension, effective October 2020. Fran began her career in 1975 as a home economist in Osage County, where she shared responsibilities with the 4-H youth development program and later served as county director.

Dr. Mary Frances “Fran” Richmond

In 2010, Fran was instrumental in helping to form the Frontier Extension District and has served as the district’s director since then.  The district includes Osage, Franklin, and Anderson counties.

Over the years, Fran has developed and presented countless educational programs on a variety of topics in the areas of family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, and community vitality.  She has also chaperoned hundreds of 4-H youth to a variety of activities and statewide events including 4-H camp at Rock Springs Ranch, judging team competitions, and the Kansas State Fair.

Some highlights of her career have included starting the Citizenship Washington Focus program in Osage County, which has allowed nearly 600 youth to travel to Washington, D.C., and participate in hands-on workshops to see citizenship in action.  And, in 2005, Fran led a delegation of 4-H youth from the North Central Region States to Finland for six weeks through the IFYE Ambassador program.

Additionally, Fran helped to develop the Leadership Osage County program for high school youth and adults to learn about leadership, how government works, and featured a trip to visit the Kansas legislature.

Throughout her career, Fran was active on the state level and served on many organizational committees and task forces in addition to being an assigned mentor for new extension agents.  As a certified True Colors presenter, Fran routinely presented the “True Colors in Personality Types” workshop during training sessions for new extension agents.

Fran also participated in the National Extension Leadership Development program and the Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership program, which culminated in a two week visit to India in 2009.

In addition, Fran continued to be active in the Kansas Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences and Epsilon Sigma Phi Extension Fraternity, having served as the state president and receiving the national distinguished service awards for both associations.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a face-to-face retirement reception will not be held.  Instead, the Frontier Extension District is hosting a card shower to celebrate Fran’s dedication, service, and leadership throughout her career. Cards and well wishes are requested by Sept. 25, and can be sent to the Frontier Extension District office in Lyndon at PO Box 400, Lyndon, KS 66451.

OCHS golfers take 2nd at West Franklin tournament at Lamont Hill

OCHS Lady Indians golf team 2020 with medals from the West Franklin tournament, courtesy photo.

Osage City High School Lady Indian golfers competed Sept. 8, 2020, in the West Franklin tournament at Lamont Hill, with OCHS golfer Laci Davenport taking first place. The Osage City team took second place in the tournament, just two strokes behind the tournament team champion Silver Lake.

Davenport took the championship with a score of 47. Other OCHS medalists were Jenna Hastert, who placed ninth with a score of 54, and Hayden Serna at 12th with 56.

Council Grove took third place in the tournament.  

Overbrook church plans prayerful, peaceful march

Grace Community Church, Overbrook, is hosting its 2020 Healing Prayer March in conjunction with the Franklin Graham 2020 Washington Prayer March, beginning at 8 a.m. Sept. 26, 2020, with a free-will donation biscuits and gravy breakfast at the church.

Following breakfast will be prayers, praise music, and sign making in preparation for the march; 10:15-11 a.m. march lineup will begin in the church parking lot. The march will get underway at 11 a.m., following a route from the church past Overbrook City Hall and back to the church.

Marchers are also invited to go back out in the community afterward to give church invites and visit Overbrook’s citywide garage sales.

This is a family friendly event. The march will stop along the way for focused prayer for America, and our communities, families, and leaders. Due to COVID-19, all participants are asked to wear a mask during the march and practice social distancing.

For more information, contact event organizer Loretta Harder at 785-231-4376 or [email protected]. Grace Community Church is at 310 E. Eighth St., Overbrook, Kan.

VA offers free drive-through flu shots for enrolled veterans

TOPEKA, Kan.-Beginning Sept. 21, 2020, at the VA Topeka campus and throughout October and early November at the VA Leavenworth campus, drive-through flu vaccines will be available for veterans enrolled in the VA Eastern Kansas Health Care System. These same drive-through options will be available at several VA community-based clinics on select Saturdays in October.

Due to COVID-19, flu vaccines will not be available on a walk-in basis this year. However, veterans who have a scheduled appointment with their provider can receive a flu vaccine while in the clinic, or at any primary care, behavioral health or specialty clinic. Appointments will not be made for a flu vaccine alone. Flu vaccines will be available through March 31, 2021.

Anyone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 or has been exposed within two weeks is asked to stay home as instructed and to not go for a flu vaccine to any location until released from quarantine. Anyone who thinks they might have COVID-19 should contact their VA team or local medical care provider. For a list of possible symptoms of COVID-19 and mandatory precautions for the drive-through clinics, call the Flu Information Hotline at 800-574-8387 ext. 53243.

Veterans should bring a VA identification card and wear clothing that allows staff to reach their upper arm.

Times and locations are as below:

Topeka VA Medical Center, 2200 SW Gage Blvd., Topeka, Kan., Building 3, outside entrance, circular drive (outside lab site).

  • Saturday, Oct. 3, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 10, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 24, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Nov. 7, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Drive-through flu shots will also be available 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Topeka VA Medical Center, Sept. 21 through Dec. 31.

Governor announces personal protective equipment program for Kansas businesses

TOPEKA, Kan. – Governor Laura Kelly today announced that the Kansas Division of Emergency Management has launched a new Business PPE Stopgap program, which provides personal protective equipment to businesses experiencing delays in purchased equipment.

“Businesses in our state have experienced immense challenges since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and they need our support,” Kelly said. “By making sure Kansas business owners have access to the necessary protective equipment when they need it, they can not only protect their employees and customers but also make sure they can stay open for business.” 

Governor encourages flu shots to stay healthy, decrease burden on health care system

TOPEKA, Kan. – Gov. Laura Kelly today, after receiving her flu shot from a Walgreens representative, emphasized that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now more important than ever for all Kansans to get a flu shot.

“Increased flu-related visits to the hospital present challenges for our health care system every year – but will be particularly difficult to cope with while we are in the midst of an unprecedented global pandemic,” Kelly said. “I encourage all Kansans to receive a flu shot and protect the health and safety of our communities, while also decreasing the burden on our health care workers, freeing them up to treat patients who have contracted COVID-19.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control, flu vaccination prevented an estimated 4.4 million influenza illnesses during the 2018-2019 flu season, and stopped 3,500 flu-related deaths.

Kelly also expressed her appreciation for all frontline workers issuing flu shots this year.

Senior Center: Bargain hunters invited to thrift sale, Sept. 16-19

The Osage County Senior Center is planning another thrift sale, which will be Sept. 16-19, 2020. Everyone is invited to come in to shop for bargains and help out the center.

The Sewing Chicks would like to remind everyone that they have twin size quilts for sale at the senior center and a lot of other items. They accept donations of material and sheets. They support nonprofit organizations with monetary donations and items they make.

Commodities are distributed the second Wednesday of every month at the senior center. You must be at least 60 years old to qualify, with a monthly income of $1,354 or less for one person or $1,832 or less for two people in the same household. Income verification is required. The one-month waiting period is required because orders are made a month in advance. Anyone in Osage County is eligible and they meet the above qualifications.

Anyone with more people in the household is asked to contact the senior center for help with determining if they qualify. Anyone unable to come to Osage City to pick up commodities is asked to notify the senior center.


  • Mondays – Sewing 8 a.m.; exercise with Dee 9 a.m.; Threads 1 p.m.; pitch 5:30 p.m.
  • Tuesdays – Ceramics 9 a.m.; exercise with Dee 9 a.m.; Mexican Train games with snacks 12:30 p.m.
  • Wednesdays – Sewing 8 a.m.; exercise with Dee 9 a.m.
  • Thursdays – Art and painting 9 a.m.; exercise with Dee 9 a.m.
  • Fridays – Exercise with Dee 9 a.m.; bingo 10 a.m.

For more information, stop by the Osage County Senior Center at 604 Market St., Osage City, Kan., or call 785-528-1170.

Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA officer team attends retreat in Oklahoma

McCV FFA officers, from left, Lindsey Johnson, Izzy Toman, Braden Reed, Wyatt Lingenfelter, Brice Marsh, Cole Lacey, and Kyler Anschutz.

By Braden Reed, MdCV FFA Reporter

The 2020-2021 Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA officer team went out of state for their annual retreat this year, exploring Sand Springs State Park, in Oklahoma. The team included Isabella Toman, president, Cole Lacey, vice president, Brice Marsh, secretary, Wyatt Lingenfeler, treasurer, Braden Reed, reporter, Kyler Anschutz, sentinel, and Lindsey Johnson, student council.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the team did not tour anywhere on the way to and back from Oklahoma. After arriving in Oklahoma, the team spent the next three days, July 22-24, 2020, swimming, cruising, eating, working on leadership activities and their program of activities, and Cornhole, lots of Cornhole.

There were a lot of new activities as well as adjustments to previous activities – a few of the activities planned for this year are Farmageddon, organizational movie night, and Ag Awareness Day.

On the way back home they stopped at The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, in Pawhuska, Okla. They looked around town where there were a lot of shops and restaurants, and went to Charlie’s Sweet Ice Cream Shop, where the ice cream cones and sundaes were huge.

The officers and members are looking forward to an exciting FFA experience and successful school year.

Overbrook Overlook: City plans annual fishing derby for Saturday, Sept. 12

Plans are underway for the Steve Cross Memorial Kids’ Fishing Derby at Overbrook. The Overbrook’s Park and Rec Committee, Overbrook Rotary, Overbrook Community Foundation, and Overbrook PRIDE are again sponsoring the annual fishing derby for kids, toddlers to fisherkids up to age 16, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, at the Kid’s Fishing Pond. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. for age groups l (pre-K and younger), 2 (kindergarten and first grade), and 3 (second and third grade) and they will fish 9-9:45 a.m.; age groups 4 (fourth-sixth grade) and 5 (seventh grade through age 16) will fish 10:15-11:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 10 a.m. An adult should accompany all children ages 10 and under.

OPR is grateful for the support our local and national businesses give to this event and for the Rotary Club volunteers who run the derby. Additional volunteers are needed this year. Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to contact Overbrook City Hall.

Overbrook Police Department

Overbrook Police Department is reminding everyone that Santa Fe School District is back in session. In Overbrook, the school zone times are 7-8 a.m. and 3-4 p.m. , and school zone speed limits are strictly enforced. Drivers are also reminded that near Overbrook Attendance Center, Oak Street between Seventh and Eighth streets is permanently closed to through traffic, except for authorized vehicles. Everyone is asked to help keep Overbrook children safe as they travel to and from school.

County seeks committee members to review local businesses’ CARES Act applications

Osage County Commissioners are seeking interested citizens to serve on a committee to review and make recommendations on applications for Osage County’s CARES Act Economic Development Relief Program. The county’s federal CARES Act budget of around $3 million includes $1,050,000 for the economic development relief fund.

Commissioners announced last week that applications were being accepted from businesses for the local relief fund, with grant limitations, conditions, and total grant funds to be announced. See related story here.

Commissioners announced this week in a notice in a local newspaper they would be considering letters of interest from persons interested in serving on the committee, with a deadline of 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, for the letters to be submitted to the county clerk’s office.

Citizens interested in serving on the committee are asked to submit a letter to the commissioners in care of the Osage County Clerk’s Office, by mail to PO Box 226, Lyndon, KS 66451 or delivering it in person.

Applicants must be Osage County residents to be eligible to serve on the committee, and preference will be given to individuals who are not applying for the CARES Act Economic Development Relief Program.

For more information, contact the Osage County Clerk’s Office at 785-828-4812.

Santa Fe Trail golfers start season; Buessing claims two championships

Santa Fe Trail High School Girls Golf competition has begun with a standout freshman taking first place at the team’s first two away tournaments. The first tournament of the season was Aug. 26, at Lake Perry.

“The girls did great and brought home the first 2020 awards for Trail,” SFT Girls Golf Coach Mary Vawter Burgett said.

SFT golfer Braegan Buessing claimed first place and the tournament medal, shooting 6 over par with a 41 for the course. Buessing’s placing put SFTHS in the second place with a team score of 212 for the silver medals. Individual medals were also earned by Courtney Stone, 10th, 53, and Carley Cox, 15th, 56. Seven teams and 34 golfers competed in the tournament.

SFTHS’s girls golf team includes freshman Buessing; Stone, senior, second year golf; Cox, junior, third year; Kierra Lira, senior, first year; Caitlyn Myrick, senior, second year; Marissa Lossen, junior, first year.

The team continued a second place streak at the Ottawa tournament Monday, Aug. 31, with Buessing again taking the championship spot in the seven-school, 40-golfer tournament.

Braegan shot 2 over par for a 38, and sealed first place by 3 strokes over the second place finishers – two 2 competitors shot a 41. Also medaling at Ottawa was Lira in 5th place; Stone placed 15th.

SFTHS golfers earned second place team medals, and the team scored 3 strokes under third-place finisher Osage City High School.

Osage County encourages eligible businesses to apply for local CARES Act funds

Osage County has announced it has been allocated money through the federal CARES Act to establish an Osage County Small Business Economic Development Relief Grant Program. The program is to assist with immediate and anticipated needs of existing Osage County small businesses negatively impacted by COV1D-19. Negatively impacted small businesses are defined as those with less than 50 employees.

An application is now available on Osage County’s website,, under the CARES ACT INFORMATION link. Interested businesses are instructed to download and complete the application and return it by email to [email protected] or in hard copy to the Osage County Clerk’s office. For more information about completing the application, contact Garrett Nordstrom, Governmental Assistance Services, at 816-805-9183, or email [email protected].

CARES ACT grants can be used to pay for working capital, inventory, wages, utilities, rent, and other expenses. To receive funding distributions, businesses must be willing to share financial information such as invoices and payroll amounts to ensure compliance.

Grant award maximums, further details and deadlines will be available as the program is developed by the Osage County Economic Development Relief Grant Program Committee. All grant funds are to be distributed by Dec. 30, 2020.

Interested businesses are encouraged to submit their applications quickly to be considered for relief funds. These funds are available through the Coronavirus Relief Fund of the federal CARES Act. 

OCHS graduate, journalist publishes book focused on our world’s future

Eric Holthaus, OCHS graduate and journalist, has written a book that predicts what lies ahead for his children and inhabitants of earth. Courtesy photo.

Journalist Eric Holthaus has donated a copy of his new book “The Future Earth” to the Osage City Public Library and Osage City High School. Holthaus is a 1999 graduate of Osage City High School.

In “The Future Earth”, Holthaus, a leading climate change advocate and weather-related journalist, offers a radical vision of our future, specifically how to reverse the short and long-term effects of climate change over the next three decades. Anchored by world-class reporting, interviews with futurists, climatologists, biologists, economists, and climate change activists, Holthaus shows what the world could look like if we implemented radical solutions on the scale of the crises we face:

  • What could happen if we reduced carbon emissions by 50 percent in the next decade?
  • What could living in a city look like in 2030?
  • How could the world operate in 2040, if the proposed Green New Deal created a 100 percent net carbon-free economy in the United States?

This is a book for anyone who feels overwhelmed by the current state of our environment. Hopeful and prophetic, “The Future Earth” invites us to imagine how we can reverse the effects of climate change in our own lifetime and encourages us to enter a deeper relationship with the earth as conscientious stewards and to re-affirm our commitment to one another in our shared humanity.

After graduating from Osage City High School, Holthaus went on to earn his undergraduate degree in meteorology from St. Louis University and his Master’s in Climate and Society from Columbia University. He is a leading journalist on all things weather and climate change. His work has appeared in BuzzFeed, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, the Washington Post, Slate, Wired, USA Today, National Geographic, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Grist and The Correspondent, where he currently covers climate science, policy, and solutions. He lives in Minneapolis, Minn. He is the son of Les and Janet Holthaus, now of Westmoreland, Kan.

A book signing was planned at the Osage City Public Library, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19. The book is available for check out at the library, 515 Main St., Osage City, Kan., or for more information, call 785-528-3727.

COVID-19 update: Cases on steady rise in Osage County

Senior center set to reopen after precautionary closure

Active cases of COVID-19 are again steadily rising in Osage County, with the health department reporting eight current positive cases yesterday, Aug. 10, 2020, along with 11 people quarantined.

As of yesterday, Osage County Health Department had recorded a total of 45 positive cases since Osage County’s first diagnosed case March 23.

In its Monday report, Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported six of Osage County’s cases have required hospitalization. OCHD reported yesterday there were currently no patients hospitalized, and 37 Osage County patients have recovered from the infection. No deaths in the county have been attributed to the virus.

The health department also reported the Osage County Senior Center would reopen on Aug. 12, after being shutdown July 30 due to a possible cluster of COVID-19 cases. The health department said no new cases have been associated with the senior center. In announcing the closure, the health department said three cases were possibly associated to the senior center. People who visited the senior center anytime between July 20 and July 27, 2020, were asked to self-quarantine and monitor themselves for symptoms.

Burlingame man injured in car and tractor collision

Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn has reported a man was injured after his car collided with a tractor early this morning near Burlingame, Kan.

A sheriff’s office press release said officers responded to the accident about 6:50 a.m. Aug. 6, 2020, on U.S. Highway 56 near 189th Street. The report said Bryan Zeigler, 50, of Burlingame, was driving a 2014 Toyota Camry and struck the back of a 1980 John Deere tractor driven by Dennis Reamer, 67, Burlingame. Zeigler was transported to a Topeka hospital by Osage County EMS, with his condition unknown.

The Osage County Sheriff’s is conducting the investigation. Osage County fire districts No. 6 and No. 2 assisted at the accident scene.

Overbrook permanently closes one block of Oak Street near school

Google Maps photo.

Earlier this year, the Overbrook City Council passed an ordinance limiting traffic in the 700 block of Oak Street, which is between Overbrook Attendance Center and the playground. Previously, the gates were only closed during school hours. The gates will now be closed all of the time and only opened for authorized vehicles.

In July, the city posted signs noting the closure, and is reminding citizens the gates will be closed beginning Aug. 15, 2020. This will allow familiarity with the traffic change before school resumes.

For more information, contact Overbrook City Hall at 785-665-7328.

Osage County unofficial results for Aug. 4, 2020, primary election

Many Osage County voters turned out with masks to exercise their right to vote during a worldwide pandemic for the Aug. 4, 2020, statewide primary election, and delivered upsets in some local offices. Notably, in the Republican race for Osage County Sheriff, Chris Wells led the race over Osage County’s longtime sheriff Laurie Dunn, 1,955 votes to 1,154. The county’s two commissioner races also saw voters’ approval of the challengers for the positions. In the Republican commissioner District 3 race, Jay Bailey, 571 votes, defeated commissioner Ken Kuykendall, 309, and challenger Brandon Smith, 215. In the Republican commissioner District 2 race, Heather Kuder defeated Gaylord Anderson, 626 votes to 375.

The following results represent tallies reported by the Osage County Election Office on election evening and are unofficial until canvassed by the Osage County Commissioners. These results represent Osage County votes only and do not include write-in votes and provisional ballots.

Osage County Senior Center closed due to possible COVID-19 cluster

Editor’s note: The Osage County Health Department issued the following press release Wednesday evening.

LYNDON, Kan. – The Osage County Health Department would like to make the community aware that there have been positive cases identified in individuals who have recently attended the Osage County Senior Center, in Osage City, Kan. There are currently three active positive cases possibly associated with attendance at the senior center, of which two were hospitalized. We are asking people who have attended the senior center anytime between July 20 and July 27, 2020, to self-quarantine and monitor themselves for symptoms.

Osage County Health Department staff are in the process of contacting individuals who had direct contact with any positive cases; however, we recommend anyone in attendance on those days to self-quarantine and monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days from the date of their last visit. Symptoms include fever, cough, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, diarrhea, and/or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing. If symptoms develop, please stay home and contact your health care provider or local health department for guidance on testing. In an emergency, please call 911 and notify first responders that you were potentially exposed to COVID-19 and, if possible, wear a cloth face mask before they arrive.

Health Department staff recommends all citizens take precautions to protect themselves and others from contracting the COVID-19 virus. Preventative measures include social distancing, wearing a mask when in public settings, washing hands frequently, and staying home if you are sick or have a weakened immune system. In addition, staying away from large public gatherings, larger cities or travelling to areas that have a high rate of transmission (currently Florida, cruise ships, or international travel) is advised.

Vote: Statewide primary election Aug. 4, 2020, ballots federal, state, county offices

Kansas will hold a primary election Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020, with state representative, state senate, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representative candidates on the ballot. The election will also include races for county positions including sheriff, county commissioner districts 2 and 3, county clerk, and township offices and precinct committee.

The Kansas Secretary of State’s office reports that registered voters can vote election day at their designated polling place, or can vote in advance at the county election office until 12 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3, or by mail if advanced ballots are received by the voter and mailed in time to be postmarked on or before election day. Advance ballots can also be hand delivered to the county election office or to any polling place within the county by close of polls.

The following candidates filed to run for office in the primary election as reported by the Osage County Clerk’s Office and Kansas Secretary of State.

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