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County Comment – Garage Sales


County Comment is provided for comments on any topic of interest to people who live in Osage County, Kansas. Welcomed on County Comment are thank you notes, fundraisers, events, opinions, news tips, sales of personal items, garden vegetables, or garage and yard sales. If you think Osage County should know about it, post it here!

County Comment is pretty simple: Treat others with the same respect you’d want for yourself.

  • Garage sale ads – include times and dates of your sale, street address, city, or contact information. A listing of items may be included. Ads should be for sales in Osage County or nearby towns. Ads will be removed after the sale date has past.
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56 Responses to County Comment – Garage Sales

  1. OsageWayne says:

    7th Annual Help House Garage Sale
    Friday, June 14 – Saturday, June 15
    8 a.m.-2 p.m. each day

    This is Help House’s largest fundraiser of the year. Everyone is invited to stop by for bargains and help support the ministry to assist those in need in Osage County. Help House is at 131 W. 15th St., Lyndon, Kan.

  2. OsageWayne says:

    Osage County Democrats Meeting
    The Osage County Democrats will have its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at the Carbondale Public Library, 302 Main St., Carbondale, Kan.
    Scheduled speakers are Democratic candidates for local races. Everyone is welcome to attend. Light refreshments provided.

  3. OsageWayne says:

    Osage City Parks and Recreation appreciates EVERYONE who helped with Youth Basketball in 2024
    Hannah Buenger, Luke Buckman, Brock Baxter, Travis Bilyeu, Evan Faulkner, Dylan Thel, Addison Watson, Reed Silver, Brody Kirkpatrick, Kristen Van Cleeve, Reba Zabel, Josie Johnson, Erin O’Keefe, Emory Speece, Layton Buckman
    1st and 2nd Grade
    Boys – Travis Bilyeu, Brock Baxter
    Girls – Lucas Boss, Brad Kooser, Gilbert Gosalez
    3rd Grade
    Girls – Lucas Boss, Levi Watson
    Boys – Cody Britton
    4th Grade
    Girls – Darcy Keeffe, Jorja Kitselman
    Boys – Brad Kooser, Jordan Teig, Harry Jenkins
    5th Grade
    Girls – Tim Reimann
    Boys – Brent Jones
    6th Grade
    Girls – Lucas Boss, Patrick Gardner
    Boys – Brad Kooser, Luke Buckman

  4. OsageWayne says:

    I would like to thank those that assisted with the 2023 Fall Festival Event. I felt that the community attendance and participation was exceptional considering the cold, windy weather and is the beginning of a growing event for the Chamber.
    Thank you for your support and participation.
    Jeanette Swarts, Executive Director
    Osage City Chamber of Commerce

  5. Jean says:

    What is up with the vehicle department in Lyndon? People over 62 can not renew their driver's license online and most of the age group is living on Social Security and we have to drive to Topeka to get are license renewed? Is this what our taxes go for service in our county?

  6. OsageWayne says:

    Osage City Chamber: Thanks for the fireworks

    The Osage City Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous donations for the community fireworks celebration, held July 21, 2023: AG Choice, AuBurn Pharmacy, Bank of Burlingame, Bank of Osage City, City of Osage City, Edward Jones Investments, First National Bank, H&H Appraisal, Harmon Dental, ICT Insurance, JAG Trucking, LLC, Jerry’s Thriftway, Jodi Lohmeyer-Stark Agency, Kirk Bath Farm Bureau Financial, Landmark National Bank, McCoy’s RadioShack, Marilynn’s Restaurant, Miller Elevator, ORBIS, Osage Building Materials, Osage City Chamber of Commerce, Osage City Kiwanis Club, Osage City Lions Club, Osage City Municipal Golf Course, Osage City Area Community Foundation, Osage County Herald-Chronicle, Peterson Assisted Living, Porter Cattle Co, Quality Built Construction, The Body Shop, Casey and Cheryl Mussatto, Rod and Kim Bergquist, Dan and Linda Mollnow, Richard and Jeanette Swarts, Larry and Jeannine Colstrom, Michael and Darlene Biddle, Shirley Smulling, Wayne Wischropp. The event could not be held without your participation and support.
    Your donations helped the Chamber host a spectacular fireworks event that was enjoyed by everyone.

  7. Jean says:

    Why are we being taxed if we have no road repair (which I understand that it is not the time of year to fix a road but it has never been fixed) a high water bill which includes repair and updates, no gas service, no fire plug, high speed internet which is also paid for by the consumer and mail service that needs to be looked at closely? Take a good look at 205th street entrance and the side of the road both are badly in need of fixing. We have one way in and one way out. We the people have to pay for tires that get ruined, security lights and animal control which I have asked for twice and with no response.

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