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New SEK Recovery House opens in Iola

IOLA, Kan.–For those suffering from substance abuse, breaking the cycle of addiction can be an everyday battle. But a Southeast Kansas coalition is working to help those people find recovery. “Our house here is meant to alleviate some of that some of the barriers to attaining recovery and long term sobriety,” said April Jackson, Rural Health Coordinator for Thrive Allen...
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Allen County trail system expands

IOLA, Kan.– There’s good news for lovers of the outdoors, biking and walking trails in Southeast Kansas are expanding. Last week, Thrive Allen County celebrated the newest trail, at Allen Community College. “This wraps into more than 60 miles of trails and routes that we now have here in Allen County,” said Lisse Regehr, President, and CEO of Thrive Allen...
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LAHARPE, Kan. – The KBI and Allen County Sheriff’s Office have made an arrest related to the death of an Allen County man. Officers arrested Raymond Maloney at his residence in La Harpe, Kansas. Maloney was arrested on suspicion of 1st-degree murder connected to the killing of 68-year-old Richard Diehl. Authorities say Maloney and Diehl were neighbors. The investigation is still ongoing and Maloney was arrested without incident. Follow the investigation here.
JOPLIN, MO

KBI: Kansas man arrested for the murder of his neighbor

ALLEN COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the Allen County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a man connected to the death of Richard Diehl. Just after 4p.m. Friday, police arrested Raymond D. Maloney, 78, at his residence of 1285 2400th Street in La Harpe, according to a media release from the KBI.. Maloney was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder connected to the killing of his neighbor 68-year-old Richard Diehl.
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Arrest made in Allen Co. homicide

LA HARPE, Kan. (WIBW) - A man has been arrested in connection to a La Harpe homicide. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Allen Co. Sheriff’s Office in investigating the death of 68-year-old Richard Diehl. Friday, the agency announced Diehl’s neighbor, 78-year-old Raymond Maloney, was arrested on suspicion of Diehl’s death.
LA HARPE, KS