Reporting to the city council at its Feb. 23 meeting, Derby Police Chief Robert Lee outlined what the department has seen and dealt with over the past year.
If use can be found for a Little Free Library in a cow pasture near Mount Sunflower, a mile and a half from the Colorado border, then surely it could benefit the Derby community. At least, that was the thought that crossed the mind of Derby resident Diane Quantic.
With all snow days used up for the school year, Derby Public Schools plans to utilize remote learning during potential future closings due to inclement weather.
Derby students will remain in classrooms until at least Spring Break.
The South Central Kansas Button Club has a collection of rare buttons on display at the Derby Public Library, and with it, a call for new membership.
Derby Public Schools will partner with two local pharmacies to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to staff this week.
Given his roughly half a century in the restaurant industry, it only made sense that Juan Martinez would eventually open his own restaurant – the only question was where.
Derby’s Scott Al-Tall found his way to music shortly after he moved to the Wichita area in seventh grade. By age 15, the Rose Hill High School graduate was writing his own songs – getting his first chance to perform in front of his teammates and classmates.
Derby News Briefs
- The restaurant established by Juan Martinez lives on as a Derby institution
- Local performer finds ‘New Life’ running own studio
- Keto On With Kerri continues expanding
- Home & hoops: Abasolos share roots in basketball
- Panthers sending six wrestlers to state
- Derby holds off Maize South in overtime
- Bowling preps for 6A regionals
- Wyandotte Nation set to open casino near Wichita
- Derby student wins Optimist Club essay contest
- Former Falcon makes gaga ball pit for Derby North Middle School
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