SPECIAL: Bures rescues old wood for her crafts - Oct. 5, 2022

Rescuing old wood and turning it into salable art is the focus of Rosalee Bures' crafting. For the fourth straight year--two now on either side of 2020's pandemic-cancelled Sugar Mound Arts and Crafts Festival--the rural Richmond woman and her crafts can be found this weekend in the indoor arena...[More]

Linn County to open advance voting Oct. 25 - Oct. 5, 2022

General mid-term election, ballot set for Nov. 8   Advance voting will begin Oct. 25 and precinct polling locations will be open from 7 a.m-7 p.m. Nov. 8 for this year’s mid-term general election. Oct. 18 is the in-person, online, and postmark if by mail deadline for new voter registration...[More]

Mound City discusses water bill issues - Oct. 5, 2022

During their meeting on Oct. 3, the Mound City Council discussed several water bill issues. The lead discussion was the water bill at 619 Main. City Clerk Shelby Murray stated that the property owner had rented it out and the tenant had left a bill of almost $500 and the owner cannot afford to pay it. Council...[More]

Remembering her Queen - Oct. 5, 2022

Local resident still has scrapbook of iconic royal family    Ellie Davey, Mound City, was raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and remembers with pride the Queen she adored as a young lady. “I was in the eighth grade, maybe 13 or 14 when I started my scrapbook on Queen Elizabeth and...[More]

Pleasanton routs Southeast on Homecoming - Oct. 5, 2022

  After the Jays’ first loss of the season to Olpe last week, the Jays got back on track with a dominant performance against Southeast Cherokee. Pleasanton hosted Southeast on Sept. 30 for their Homecoming and had zero problems with the Lancers as they won the game 46-0. The Blu-Jay offense...[More]

Prairie View football falls to Girard - Oct. 5, 2022

The Prairie View football team hosted Girard on Sept. 30 for a district game against a very good Girard team. The Buffalos were outmatched by the Trojans and lost the game 41-8. Girard established their dominance early with a 21 point first quarter. The Trojans scored on an eight yard run, a 50 yard...[More]

Second quarter blitz boosts Hawks, sets up league title game - Oct. 5, 2022

Jayhawk-Linn scored 32 second-quarter points and amassed in the period 313 of their total 565 offensive yards en route (pun intended) to spoiling Central Heights’ homecoming, 58-13, in a Class 1-A, District 2 match last Friday. With their 5-0 start, the program’s best in five seasons, the...[More]

Linn County Commissioners - Monday, Oct. 3, 2022 - Oct. 5, 2022

The Linn County Commissioner met in regular session on Monday, Oct. 3, and began the meeting with the approval of the minutes of the last meeting on a 3-0 vote with all commissioners present. Commissioners then voted 3-0 to move the meeting set for Monday, Oct. 10, to Tuesday, Oct. 11, due to Columbus...[More]

Mound City Council - Monday, Oct. 3, 2022 - Oct. 5, 2022

Mound City Council began their Oct. 3 meeting with the pledge of allegiance and then moved to public comments.  First up was Lorna Turley who asked the city to consider donating the mowing of the Mound City Historical Park. Turley stated it costs the board for the park approximately $2,000 per...[More]

Blue Mound City Council - Monday, Oct. 3, 2-22 - Oct. 5, 2022

Council members for the city of Blue Mound met on Monday, Oct. 3, for their regular monthly meeting. Under new business, they discussed the need to replace a tire on the backhoe, as one is well-worn. Also, an electrical line has come loose from an electric pole and needs replaced. Members also discussed...[More]

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