Downtown business owner seeks assistance

OSAGE CITY—A downtown business owner approached the Osage City Council at the Aug. 27 regular meeting concerning saving a structure that was damaged during a winter storm this year.

“I’m the owner of a building in dire need,” said Randy Sherman. “I've seen you had demolition permits. Is there anything in the city that could allow that $2,500 to go toward trash or material coming off the roof?”

“Not as it stands,” said Osage City Mayor Quintin Robert. “The demolition permit, as written, is for demolition and removal of dilapidated dangerous structures.”

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State approves dust control on ‘detour’

LYNDON—The Osage County Commission is taking continued steps toward mitigating issues created by an unofficial detour around a bridge replacement project on State Highway 268.

“We’re trying out there,” said commission Ken Kuykendall.

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Quenemo Friday the 13th

Mark your calendars for Sept. 13 for the annual Friday the 13th event in Quenemo. Starting at 11 a.m. at Quenemo Community Building, dinner will be served for a small fee. Attendees can also buy or order T-shirts, hoodies and koozies.

For more information or to place an order, call Shirley Rose at (785) 759-3510 or Jessica Rose at (785) 383-5971.



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