A former Hiawatha Chamber of Commerce treasurer, charged with embezzling funds from the organization, entered pleas of no contest to the charges Friday in Brown County District Court.
A 35-year-old Hiawatha woman entered pleas of no contest to felony theft and misdemeanor criminal use of a financial card in Brown County District Court Friday morning.
Two men charged in connection with felony gun theft and burglary appeared for arraignment in Brown County District Court before District Judge James Patton Friday morning. One entered a plea of no contest while the other defendant in the case pled not guilty and is scheduled for jury trial.
Trees are beginning to show green leaves, grass is getting brighter, the sun is staying out longer and, overall, the world is getting a little more colorful with the changing of seasons.
Located at 114 West 8th Street in downtown Horton, Delaware Valley Center for Independent Living (DVCIL) has been operating in Horton for three years, employing three full-time employees.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Department received the state-awarded “Kansas People Saving People Award” last week in Topeka.
The 4th Annual Hiawatha MS Walk Saturday raised just over $5,000.
Two men charged in connection with felony gun theft and burglary were bound over for arraignment at their preliminary hearings in Brown County District Court on Monday.
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