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Death of Olathe man investigated

On Friday, Feb. 10, Stephen Felix, a 52-year-old male from Olathe, was brought to Montrose Memorial Hospital by the Olathe Ambulance in an unconscious state. Radiologic examination revealed traumatic injuries and an acute subarachnoid hemorrhage over his brain.

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National FFA Week celebrated Feb. 17-24
National FFA Week celebrated Feb. 17-24

National FFA Week, Feb. 17-24, embraces more than 90 years of FFA traditions while looking forward to the organization's future. More than 653,000 members will participate in National FFA Week activities at local, state and national levels. These members have a passion for agriculture.

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Dr. Rafanelli joins River Valley Family Health Center
Dr. Rafanelli joins River Valley Family Health Center

A highly-respected physician, Dr. Rosalind Rafanelli, or "Dr. Roz" as she is also known, has become part of River Valley Family Health Center's team where she joins eight other providers in its growing practice in three locations, Montrose, Olathe and soon, in Delta.

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McCauley hosts annual Olathe Grand Ole Opry
McCauley hosts annual Olathe Grand Ole Opry

The 24th annual Olathe Grand Ole Opry was held July 22-23. Live bluegrass music is the main feature of this event; however, a potluck is also included.

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Olathe park improvements planned
Olathe park improvements planned

Olathe Elementary first graders did a science, math, engineering and technology (STEM) project this year as part of their problem-based learning curriculum.

They determined the Olathe Town Park needed some improvements, so they did some research (by walking to the park and observing) and followed with a presentation to a panel of people from town to explain their findings and make suggestions.

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Olathe High School awards 76 diplomas

Friends and family crowded Wilson Field Sunday, May 21, under bright blue skies and golden sun to watch as the 76 members of the Class of 2017 at Olathe High School received their diplomas.

Head boy Justin Mosher welcomed everyone to the ceremony, noting appreciation for the support from the community for all school activities.

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Olathe FFA competes locally, nationally
Olathe FFA competes locally, nationally

Olathe FFA has been busy this year with many community service projects and competitions. In October, the floriculture team traveled to Indianapolis, Ind., as the Colorado representative for the National FFA Convention and to compete against 50 other teams from around the country.

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Corn maze opens
Corn maze opens

The corn maze at DeVries Produce is now open, with the pumpkin patch and night mazes to follow soon. The corn maze and a straw bale maze for kids can be found north of Montrose on Highway 50 between mile marker 85 and 86.

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Sisters assume ownership of accounting service
Sisters assume ownership of accounting service

Sisters Nancy Reaksecker and Judy Thompson have always enjoyed spending time together. Now, as new business owners, they're also enjoying the chance to be their own bosses.

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Olathe Sweet Corn Festival celebrates 25th anniversary

The sweetest celebration of summer takes place this Saturday in Olathe.

It's time for the annual Olathe Sweet™ Sweet Corn Festival, an extravaganza of music, games and all-you-can-eat sweet corn fresh from the fields surrounding Olathe.

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67 Olathe Pirates begin a new journey
67 Olathe Pirates begin a new journey

Diplomas were awarded to 67 graduates of Olathe High School at commencement ceremonies held Sunday afternoon on Wilson Field.

As is the tradition at OHS, the ceremony opened with the recognition of the distinguished alumnus.

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Olathe produces state champs, creates memories
Olathe produces state champs, creates memories

As I look back at 2015, Olathe FFA has had a huge year! It is important for our members to be goal oriented and strive for success in all that we do. With this in mind, I will recap some of the larger accomplishments, various trips, and community involvement.

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Olathe fire district seeks mill levy increase for ambulance services
Olathe fire district seeks mill levy increase for ambulance services

The Olathe Fire Protection District (OFPD) will head to the ballot this spring for additional dollars from property taxes to fund the ambulance division. The requested 3.0 mill levy increase from property taxes will enable the district to maintain current levels of service for the community's medical and fire-related needs.

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River Valley celebrates first anniversary
River Valley celebrates first anniversary

Since moving into its new location on Olathe's Main Street, River Valley Family Health Center has seen over a thousand new patients. To keep pace with the rapid growth, a second location will open in Montrose next month.

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The journey of St. Joseph's Parish
The journey of St. Joseph's Parish

St. Joseph's Traditional Catholic Church in Olathe, located at 59350 Carnation Road east of Olathe, is small by any standard but never in its devotion and dedication. For more than 40 years, St. Joseph's has steadfastly and successfully maintained the teachings of the traditional Roman Catholic Church, as set down in the Council of Trent during the 1500s.

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