• Lady Buffs hold off Anderson County for first Pioneer win

  • Jayhawk basketball teams earn victories on Courtwarming

  • Wreck on U.S. 69 sends 2 to hospital

  • Fire destroys Linn Valley house

  • Lady Buffs earn 1st win over Jayhawk while Hawk boys earn victory over Buffalos

NEWS

Fire destroys Linn Valley house

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Linn County fire departments were called to the scene of a house fire at Linn Valley at approximately 4 p.m. last Friday afternoon.  La Cygne and Linn Valley fire stations, among others, responded to the fire that fully engulfed the manufactured house. Homeowner Sarah... [More]

USD 362 approves activity bus order

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Unified School District 362 will place an order for an activity bus that will include a Prairie View Buffalo paint scheme. That purchase highlighted transportation and summer maintenance bid requests approved Feb. 12 at the monthly board of education meeting.   At... [More]

Wreck on U.S. 69 sends 2 to hospital

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A vehicle traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 69 on Friday, Feb. 16, left the roadway, landing overturned in a small grove of trees to the east of the highway.   Richard Ryder, age 70, of Arma, told responding emergency personnel he was traveling north just after 10... [More]

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SPORTS

Marshall earns 1,000th point in Lady Jays’ win against Jayhawk

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The Jayhawk girls’ basketball team hosted Pleasanton on Feb. 13 in a Three Rivers League matchup. The Lady Hawks defeated Pleasanton in the Linn County Tournament, and the Lady Jays were looking for some payback on their in-county rival. Also, the Lady Jays’ senior... [More]

Lady Buffs hold off Anderson County for first Pioneer win

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After once leading by 13 late in the third quarter, Prairie View’s girls held off a frantic final-period Anderson County rally to win their first Pioneer League game, 41-37, Friday at Garnett. The Buffalo boys fared not as well, losing their 15th straight, 66-38, to a... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Burnett to retire, reception planned

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Diane Burnett began her 27-year career with the K-State Research and Extension office in Linn County in 1990 as the Home Economics and 4-H agent. As Burnett grew with the times to encompass all the extension agency offered to 4-H families and area residents, so did her responsibilities... [More]

Pleasanton seatbelt campaign to focus on teens

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The Pleasanton Police Department will be participating in a two-week seatbelt enforcement campaign from Feb. 26 through March 9, which will focus on teen drivers and their occupants.  “The program will focus on school zones and drivers and their passengers that are... [More]

‘Community Soup’s on Us’ lunch Saturday

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Area churches, friends and neighbors invite the community to a free soup lunch that will be held from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Pleasanton Housing Authority community room, 902 Palm. Soup and dessert are provided, and anyone wishing to have lunch is invited to... [More]

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