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The city of Pleasanton approved an increase in water and sewer rates during the City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 16.
City Administrator Erica Kern noted that the increase was scheduled to be at the council’s discretion, and the members present approved it on a 3-0 vote. Council member Jake Mattingley made the motion, and council member Chris Ellis seconded the motion.

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NEWS

La Cygne mayor casts deciding vote on policy change

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La Cygne Mayor Robert Sullivan broke a 2-2 deadlock, casting a third dissenting vote that retains compensation time as a part of the city’s personnel policy. The discussion and vote came as an added “Other Business” agenda item at Monday’s regular council... [More]

Centerville sewer district asks for fee clarification

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Clarification on the length of time Centerville sewer district users will pay a $24 monthly connection fee prompted a budget-estimate response at the Oct. 10 Linn County Commission meeting, delayed one day because of the Oct. 9 Monday Columbus Day government holiday. Christine... [More]

KwiKom makes proposal to bring internet service to Pleasanton

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Key personnel from JMZ Corp. were on hand during the Monday, Oct. 2, Pleasanton City Council meeting to offer a proposal that would give the residents of Pleasanton and the local area another option for internet services. Zachary Peres, vice president of JMZ Corp. dba KwiKom... [More]

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SPORTS

Blu-Jays stomp Chetopa on Homecoming

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The Pleasanton football team hosted Chetopa on the evening of Oct. 13 for their Homecoming game. The Blu-Jays had no problems with the Hornets as they dominated in all three phases of the game – offense, defense and special teams – as they won 72-0. Pleasanton got... [More]

Lady Jays compete at Osawatomie

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The Pleasanton Lady Blu-Jay volleyball team headed north last Saturday to compete in the annual tournament held in Osawatomie. Pleasanton High School (PHS) began the day facing off against Veritas Christian School (VCS) from Lawrence.  The Lady Jays played a tough first... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Join us for Bonnie Tolly’s 90th Birthday Party

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October 21, 2017 2:00 to 4:00 pm New Life Baptist Church  19089 Kansas 152 LaCygne, Kansas 66040 No Gifts Please!  If unable to attend please consider sending a card or note.     She’d love to hear from you!  Hosted by her... [More]

Pleasanton students visit museum

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On Oct. 5, Paula Dickens and Jennifer Sabine brought six high achievers of the Pleasanton fourth, fifth and sixth grades to the Linn County Historical Museum to learn about the history of Linn County and see items that families used in their homes and on the farms over a century... [More]

Annual clothing drive underway

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The 4-H Junior Leaders are gearing up for their annual clothing drive. This is the 10th year for the event in which the Junior Leaders gather as many donated clothing items as they can - everything from shirts, pants and jeans to coats and gloves. They then hold an event on... [More]

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