• Players to watch for this basketball season

  • Girls Just Horsin’ Around: New shop geared toward horse enthusiasts

  • McNabb first appearance rescheduled for Friday

  • Krell pleads not guilty to all counts

  • Brenda Joy Ungeheuer 11-18-1944 to 11-24-2016


Mound City asks county to incorporate city into county fire protection


Following an injury to Mound City Fire Chief Matt Cochran earlier in the year and the inability of Mound City to recruit enough firefighters, Mayor Mat Casner asked the County Commissioners if they would be willing to incorporate Mound City into Linn County Rural Fire coverage.... [More]

Krell pleads not guilty to all counts


A former Prairie View High teacher/coach charged with felony unlawful sexual relations of a teacher with a student 16 years of age or older has pleaded not guilty to all 20 counts. At the Nov. 22 arraignment in Linn County District Court, Judge Terri L. Johnson, Kansas 6th Judicial... [More]

McNabb first appearance rescheduled for Friday


Kansas Assistant Attorney General Jessica G. Domme appeared in Linn County District Court as prosecuting attorney against the defendant David Patrick McNabb, held in connection with the murder of his grandmother Betty McNabb and uncle Kenneth McNabb, Monday at 3 p.m., which was... [More]

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Players to watch for this basketball season


Prairie View, Pleasanton and Jayhawk-Linn are about to begin their high school winter sports seasons with big expectations for the teams and players. There are certain players this season that should take a step to be even better or be a major contributor to their respective... [More]

Kansas City Chiefs’ chance for the playoffs


The Kansas City Chiefs are having a pretty good season and their chance of making the playoffs is very good. The Chiefs currently sit at 8-3 and are the first wildcard team. Currently the Oakland Raiders, 9-2, lead the Chiefs division in the AFC West while the Miami Dolphins... [More]

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Girls Just Horsin’ Around: New shop geared toward horse enthusiasts


Cindi Bodine moved to rural Pleasanton in July from the Kansas City area and immediately found an opportunity to immerse herself in something she dearly loves – horses, or more accurately, the things horses and their owners and riders need. On Friday, Nov. 25, Girls Just... [More]

PHS receives new trumpet in exchange


Several weeks ago, Pleasanton High School student Mason Williamson Jr. needed some repair work done on a school trumpet that he was using. When the instrument was sent to Meyer Music for repair, representative Jim Fuchs let us know about a program that is offered through Band... [More]

Bearly Makin’ It offers unique products


It was 17 years ago, in 1999, when Ann Ware purchased her first embroidery machine, and from there her love for creating eventually blossomed into the full-time business she now runs today. That first machine was a simple one-needle embroiderer. In the summer of that same year... [More]

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