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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. "

Population: 118034
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

Olathe News
Indian student shot at in US

A 30-year-old Indian national pursuing his masters in Chicago has been seriously injured after he was shot in his right cheek by an unidentified assailant, according to media reports. Mohammad Akbar was seriously wounded in the shooting on December 6 in the Albany Park neighbourhood in Chicago, according to reports and information provided by his family in India.

Kansas shooting hero Ian Grillot honoured by Time magazine

That's what United States national Ian Grillot has to say after he took a bullet for an Indian while trying to intervene during a a racially-motivated shooting in Kansas early this year. Grillot, then 24, was injured when he tried to intervene in the shooting by a navy veteran targeting Indians at a bar in Olathe, Kansas, in February.

College admissions: Tales from the front line

The Kansas Turnpike is opening its first "open road tolling" at the turnpike's eastern terminal the first week of December. It allows drivers with K-Tag to bypass certain toll booths completely.

Net neutrality protests planned in Kansas City, Olathe

Protesters around the country will be out in full force on Thursday, taking on a confusing topic that affects a majority of the population every day. But experts want internet users to know that it can and it will.

Shovel likely weapon in sexual assault center workera s death

A Wichita sexual assault center worker found dead last month in her west side home was likely killed with a shovel, according to a court document released Wednesday. Wichita police officers who went to Perla Rodriguez's home in the 2200 block of North Parkridge to check her welfare on Nov. 14 found her beaten body lying next to the tub in the master bathroom.

Several Johnson County cities issue burn bans

Olathe, Merriam, Lenexa, Shawnee and Overland Park have issued the bans, due to dry and windy weather. No burn permits will be issued out during this time.

Independent Greg Orman officially sets in motion campaign for Kansas governor

Johnson County businessman Greg Orman, shown speaking during a 2014 U.S. Senate candidate debate in Hutchinson, intends to formally establish Wednesday an exploratory committee in preparation of his independent campaign for Kansas governor in 2018. Olathe businessman Greg Orman returns to Kansas' political forefront Wednesday by formally launching an exploratory committee for an independent campaign for governor in a move certain to jolt the congested field of Republican and Democratic hopefuls.

Cindy LeeAnn Richards

On November 30, 2017 a bright light was extinguished suddenly and entirely too soon, leaving a dark void in the lives of her family and friends. Cindy gave the biggest, and best bear hugs in the world.

Linda Gloria Shipley-Grahovac

Linda Gloria Shipley-Grahovac, 63, of Olathe, KS passed away Dec. 2, 2017. Visitation will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017 with a Memorial Service at 2:00 PM.

Great Range Capital-led investor group buys Labor Source

Great Range Capital has led a group of investors that include The Bradley Family Office in acquiring Olathe, Kansas-based Labor Source , a professional staffing company. No financial terms were disclosed.

Travelers pass through a current Kansas Turnpike toll plaza in this file photo.

The Kansas Turnpike is opening its first "open road tolling" at the turnpike's eastern terminal the first week of December. It allows drivers with K-Tag to bypass certain toll booths completely.

What Living On $100,000 A Year Looks Like

Theresa Sahhar, from Olathe, Kan., works in sales part time. But to afford the education she wants for her son, she'll sell her chickens' eggs or, as a beekeeper, sell honey at farmers' markets.

Developer withdraws construction plans; lawsuit against BOCC continues

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News On July 6, 2017, the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners' voted to approve a development application for Lineage Logistics LLC to build a 411,000 square foot cold storage facility at New Century. On Nov. 1, Lineage Logistics announced that they would no longer pursue the development.

Nature Time Yoga

Encouraging creativity, coordination, and enhancing awareness of the natural world are goals of a popular stand-alone yoga program for young children and a parent or guardian being offered by the Johnson County Park & Recreation District at the Ernie Miller Nature Center, 909 North Kansas 7 Highway, Olathe. The class is called Nature Time Yoga and is for ages two through six with an adult.

Olathe police identify man killed in Garmin warehouse accident

A 28-year-old man has been identified as the individual who died following a workplace accident at the Garmin headquarters site at 151st Street. At approximately 2:30 p.m., an incident occurred on the site of the Garmin warehouse and distribution center under construction near 151st Street and Mahaffie Circle.

Off-duty KCK police officer shoots, kills armed man at Costco in Lenexa

The Lenexa Police Department has confirmed that they are investigating a shooting at Costco where an off-duty officer fatally shot an armed man. Police got a call on Sunday around 11:09 a.m. about a man who was brandishing a firearm at the store.

U.S. Sen. Moran engages Kansas voters at town hall on tax, health care reform

Overland Park resident Shannon Ayers, left, and Robynn Andracsek, of Olathe, are strategically placed Saturday outside Tasty Pastry Bakery in Clay Center to present political messages to U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran as the Kansas Republican departed a town hall meeting that focused on tax and health issues. U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., chats with constituents Saturday on a sidewalk in Clay Center following an informal gathering that featured discussion of federal tax and health reform ideas pending in Congress.

Wutah to record and launch next album in USA

Award-winning Ghanaian Music duo, Wutah, are set to record and launch their next album in the United States of America in few months to come. Speaking in an interview with Gordon Asante who is the CEO of Anax recording studio and entertainment based in Olathe, Kansas City , he revealed to Mustapha Nii Okai Inusah ,Ghanacreativearts.com that , his company has entered into a recording project deal with Wutah.

House speaker experiencing deja vu in Topeka

Kansas House Speaker Ron Ryckman senses deja vu in a new struggle to find cash to meet the state's basic financial obligations and respond to demands for greater investment in public education, mental health, computer security and disability services. The Olathe Republican, chosen by peers in 2016 to lead the House, hears frustration in the voice of Kansans unhappy the 2017 Legislature overrode Gov. Sam Brownback to implement a two-year, $1.2 billion increase in income taxes.

Still hooked after 1000 races

Seventy-year-old Trudy Calloway runs her 1,001 race on Thanksgiving Day, doing it with her best time this year, at GraceMed's signature fundraising event The Say Grace Race. Seventy-year-old Trudy Calloway runs her 1,001 race on Thanksgiving Day, doing it with her best time this year, at GraceMed's signature fundraising event The Say Grace Race.

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