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Olathe is a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, and was founded by Dr. John T. Barton in the spring of 1857. He later described his ride to friends: "...the prairie was covered with verbena and other wild flowers. I kept thinking the land was beautiful and that I should name the town Beautiful. " Purportedly, Barton asked a Shawnee interpreter how to say "Beautiful" in his native language. The interpreter responded, "Olathe. "
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (Major League Soccer)
Local Colleges: MidAmerica Nazarene University
Zip Codes associated with olathe, kansas:
66006 66061 66062
Towns/Cities near olathe, kansas : Gardner Spring Hill Lenexa Overland Park Shawnee Edwardsville Kansas City
Not in my neighborhood: Kansas City religious communities to...
Local leaders want to share a message that the Kansas City community is standing together against racism, religious persecution, hate and violence. A special program set for 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection will address what the Kansas City community can do to stand up for our neighbors and against the hate and intimidation espoused by white nationalist and white supremacist groups.Encore: After quick sale, Opus launches second spec in Olathe
On the heels of selling its first building in 56 Commerce Center, Minneapolis-based Opus Group has announced the start of its second in the new Olathe industrial park.Kern County could top list for 2016 ag value
The value of crops there was nearly $7.2 billion in 2016, a 6% increase from 2015, according the annual report the county recently released. The total for Tulare County has not been released, but in 2015 it was nearly $7 billion, down 13% from the previous year due to the falling value of milk, its top commodity.Olathe, KS Reason #106 Why Buying 5th Avenue Cosmeceuticals UV Sun...
Look your best and feel even better as you walk the high-fashion concrete runway down New York's 5th Avenue. Style meets healthy feeling when you apply 5th Avenue Cosmetics.Jo Co district court to host Constitution Day
On Sept. 17, 1787, our nation's Founding Fathers signed the Constitution, and this week, Johnson County District Court will host a series of events to celebrate Constitution Day - to honor the formation and signing of the United States and Kansas constitutions.Prosecutor: Officers justified in deadly shooting of 26-year-old Kansas woman
KMBC-TV reports that District Attorney Steve Howe made the decision after reviewing the Aug. 23 shooting of 26-year-old Ciara Howard in Olathe. He found that two Olathe police officers and a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy acted reasonably.Widow's ordeal highlights struggles documented immigrants face under Trump
Sunayana Dumala's husband was murdered in a hate crime. With the administration cracking down on immigration, she may be forced to leave her life in the United States behind.Barnyard Weed Warriors are in Gardner
Barnyard Weed Warriors is a traveling crew of 75 grazing goats used to control brush and weeds. They were working in Gardner during the eclipse and torrential rains on Aug. 21. Submitted photos Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News Mary Powell is in the business of clearing weed and brush choked plots of land, but she's not using mechanical tools or chemicals.Widow of Kansas bar shooting victim faced deportation
The widow of an Indian national who was fatally shot at a suburban Kansas City bar in an alleged hate crime was facing deportation until a Kansas congressman and others stepped in to help her get a one-year visa. Sunayana Dumala lost her U.S. resident status after the death of her husband, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, in a Feb. 22 shooting at Austins Bar & Grill in Olathe, Kansas.Will the tiny oak mites plague us again?
The outbreak of bites from the oak leaf itch mites might not be as bad as they were in the past three years, but you'll still have to keep your guard up and your long-sleeved shirts on. The pesky mites are still around, and if they get you, the mites will leave behind an red bite mark with white, sometimes fluid-filled centers.Petition opposes Olathe apartment complex plan
Residents of an Olathe neighborhood have garnered hundreds of signatures on an online petition in opposition to a proposed apartment complex development that would replace a long-standing library. Block Real Estate Services plans to bring plans for an apartment complex to the city later this month.'You See In Their Eyes The Fear': DACA Students Face An Uncertain Future
Activists marched to Trump Tower in New York in anticipation of President Donald Trump's elimination of the DACA program. Erik Erazo says the end of the DACA program threatens all the things that the young people he works with have achieved.Gun found in bathroom in KUa s Wescoe Hall was loaded .38 reported stolen in Olathe
The Kansas Personal and Family Protection Act, which took effect July 1, allows concealed handguns to be carried on more than 30 two-year and four-year colleges in the state. Here's what you need to know.Kansas City Metro's First Annual Hunger Free Healthcare Summit
Bringing together local hunger advocates and healthcare professionals from around the metro for a dynamic discussion on the intersection of hunger and health. Olathe, KS - infoZine - Hunger Free Healthcare KC, a coalition of nonprofits, government organizations, and hospitals is pleased to announce the first annual Hunger Free Healthcare Summit, bringing together local hunger advocates and healthcare professionals from around the metro for a dynamic discussion on the intersection of hunger and health.Five Manhattan firefighters making trip to Texas
Five Manhattan firefighters have been deployed by the Office of the State Fire Marshal through the Kansas Division of Emergency Management to assist the state of Texas with flooding from Hurricane Harvey. Under an Emergency Management Assistance Compact, teams comprised of various departments and equipment from across the state have come together as a single task force to assist in water search and rescue efforts.Week in photos: Aug. 28 - Sept. 3
Sophomore Jared Haworth, of Olathe, Kansas, carries two large bean bag chairs to his dorm Tuesday at Olivet Nazarene University during a move-in day ahead of the first day of school. A student walks into Nesbitt Hall on Tuesday at Olivet Nazarene University during a move-in day ahead of the first day of school.Kansas homeowners' group embroiled in parking flap with family
A Kansas homeowners association has told a couple living with an ailing parent that they must stop parking a car in their driveway overnight because its policy requires that vehicles be kept in garages. The Avignon Villa Homes Community Association's property management company said in a letter that it has a responsibility to maintain "the integrity" of the Olathe neighborhood where Marsha Holland, her husband, Stuart Holland, and her parents, Ed and Mary Ann Majewski, live.
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