• Kym Hargrove, with the Linn County Republican Women, presents Laure Beckman a book donation for the Mound City Library.

  • A ribbon cutting and grand opening was held for The Mane Room Hair Salon on Friday afternoon, Nov. 18. The business opened on June 2, 2022; owner and stylist Tonya Umphenour says things are going very well. With Tonya, front and center, are, left to right, Pleasanton Chamber members Michelle Kingore, Yucca products, Lynnae Sullins, Jacqui Smith-Capp, both of Food Fair, Shannon Barbee with Clinch Realty, Brianna Laver of Labette Bank, Tonya Umphenour, owner of the Mane Room, Pleasanton City Administrator Teresa Whitaker, and several employees of the Mane Room, including Cali Emerson, Becca Thornton and Renea Marshall. Employee Remi McAdam is not pictured.

  • Act 1 of the Jayhawk Elementary 5th grade Thanksgiving play found the natives worried about being captured while the Pilgrims were praying for water and food to sustain them. There were four classes giving two performances on Tuesday morning, Nov. 22, to a crowd of fellow students, parents, grandparents and more.

  • Doug Graham, Communications Director with Heartland Rural Electric Cooperation, second from right, presented members of the Mound City Historical Society with a check for $5,000 on Friday, Nov. 18, at the Mound City Historical Park. According to Society members Ron Nickelson, far left, Mari Beth Kehl, second from left, and Lorna Turley, far right, the funds could not have come at a better time and will go a long way toward improvements at the park. Not pictured is Mound City Historical Society member Gary Schmitz.

  • Members of the congregation of the Centerville Community Church pose for a photo before they partake of their dinner in celebration of the church’s 125th anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 20


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Centerville Church to celebrate 125th anniversary


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Shillito creates a labor of love


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