Nicole Kelley

Nicole Kelley was a reporter/copy editor with the Bonner Springs Chieftain/Basehor Sentinel. She began working for The World Co. in May 2007 at The Lansing Current. She left The Chieftain in the summer of 2010.

Recent stories

Pumpkin season to carry on despite weather woes
September 23, 2010
Area pumpkin growers are dealing with a tough season for the pumpkin crop as Mother Nature dealt the area a difficult hand of extreme heat and rain.
Music, games, fun highlight weekend festival
September 23, 2010
Edwardsville resident Angie Giron has attended the Edwardsville AutumnFest in the past but this year something was different.
Planner dedicates AutumnFest to community’s families
September 16, 2010
The 21st AutumnFest is days away and Edwardsville is kicking it into high gear to prepare for the annual festival.
Business owner takes leap of faith with new electric company
September 16, 2010
More than 14 years ago Sandy Scubelek walked herself into an employment agency looking for direction.
Edwardsville Council OKs $98,200 for 110th St. work
September 16, 2010
Moving forward with planned improvements to 110th Street, the Edwardsville City Council voted to commit $98,200 Monday to the cause.
National Parks Service plans meeting about future of Lewis and Clark trail
September 9, 2010
The National Park Service is reaching out to the public as the first step in creating a long-range plan for the future of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
Re-enactment takes Bonner man on ‘epic journey’
September 9, 2010
As a child, Jim Stanley hated history classes in school.
Businesswoman trades bank job to open salon
September 2, 2010
When Holly Mikkelsen graduated from college in Chicago with a double degree in international business and finance and a minor in Spanish, she immediately found a job working at a bank.
Business relocates to Edwardsville from Wisconsin
August 26, 2010
Edwardsville’s newest business joining the city’s growing industrial community has moved in and is busy making changes to its new home.
Man 0, Papa Bob’s 1 in national TV challenge
August 19, 2010
Customers and supporters crowded into Papa Bob’s BBQ restaurant to watch the premiere of the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” episode featuring the Bonner Springs restaurant.

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Recent photos

Delaware Ridge Elementary School first-grader Nicole Mosburg, 6, looks for a crayon in the free supply bin located in the school’s office. The supply bin contains school supplies that have been partially used but are still in working condition. The DRE Parent Teacher Organization started the bin as a way to teach students about cutting down waste.

Visitors last year to Kerby Farm Pumpkin Patch pick out their pumpkins. This year's pumpkin crop is going to be less than ideal according to area pumpkin farmers.

Riverview Avenue near 118th Street has some overgrown brush encroaching on the roadway. While residents complain about the dangers of the brush, both Bonner Springs and Edwardsville remind them that maintaining the brush is their responsibility.

Sandy Scubelek is a master electrician with more than 14 years of experience. Scubelek recently opened Dayspring Electric at 10601 Kaw Drive, Suite C, in Edwardsville.

Holly Mikkelsen is the owner of Studio H2M, a new full-service salon at 515 Morse in Bonner Springs.

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