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County Comment – Garage Sales

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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.
  • Ads and comments will be reviewed before published and will not appear immediately.
  • Businesses are asked to contact Osage County News for local online advertising options, [email protected] or 785-828-4994.

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55 Responses to County Comment – Garage Sales

  1. OsageWayne says:

    U.S. 50 yard sale dates announced
    The 22nd “Great U.S. 50 Yard Sale” is being scheduled for May 21, 22, 23, 2021, Tom Taylor, national coordinator, has announced.
    “I am very excited about this year’s sale,” Taylor noted, “This year people are anxious to get out and it could be and exceptional year for sales. This is an opportunity for individuals to clean house, to find bargains, and to earn money. It is a winner for all.”
    All sales are individually organized. Vendors are reminded not to set-up on state right-of-way, nor private property without permission. They should allow for off-road parking and consider safety for those leaving and returning to the road. There are no fees. All local laws apply and should be followed.For more information, contact Taylor at [email protected] or 812-346-7505.

  2. OsageWayne says:

    Thank you from the Twin Lakes Cruisers
    The “Twin Lakes Cruisers” would like to thank the following sponsors for their support for the 17th annual Cruis’n & Cook’n Auto Show, held April 10, 2021: Absolute Pest Control, Aeromotive, A&R Auto Salvage, Bailey & Sons Motor Co., Bank of Osage City, Big O Tire-Topeka, Branine Chevrolet-Buick, Bull’s Eye Liquor, Carl’s Tire & Lube-Scranton, FOE 3890, Fiber Tech, First National Bank of Kansas-Osage City, Hanna’s Auto Repair, Harmon Dental, JP Tree Service, Ken’s Auto & Truck Wash, L&M Construction, Landmark National Bank, McConnell Automotive, NAPA of Osage City, ORBIS, Osage County Herald-Chronicle, Osage Salvage & Recycling, Overbrook NAPA, Porter Cattle Co., Quality Built Construction, R.W. Evenson, Inc.-Topeka, Salt Creek Rehab & Fitness, Santa Fe Trail Collision Center, The Body Shop, The Toy Shed, McCoy’s RadioShack, Haskins Conoco, Theel Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Farmers Insurance Group, Jerry’s Thriftway, David Jacoby O.D., Historic Harley Davidson of Topeka, LMC Truck-Lenexa, Nordling Family, Prairie Band Casino & Resort, Heartland Park-Topeka. We would also like to thank the merchants for their cooperation in conjunction with the show downtown. We hope that it was beneficial to your business. Would like to thank the Backyard Legends for providing some entertaining music throughout the car show. Also, thanks to Don Branine for letting us use his showroom for our registration area and car lot for participant vehicles.

  3. Bennie says:

    I enjoy reading through your website. Thanks!

  4. Neva says:

    I noticed that Quenemo does have a website https://www.cityofquenemo.com/

  5. Robyn Elizabeth says:

    This morning, January 17th. 2021, there were two pit bulls on Ratner Road north of Lyndon and South of Vassar. I don’t know if the dogs had been dumped. This morning they killed my aunt’s corgi in her yard. The sheriff said there’s nothing they can do about the dogs and there is no animal control for the county. 17,000 inhabitants of the county and not one is animal control. What, pray tell, does our county taxes go to? You’d think they could hire someone to help in situations like this. Heads up to keep your pets inside in this area.

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