Anna Mae Tipton 05-07-1936 to 05-07-2019 - Oct. 11, 2019

Anna Mae Tipton 05-07-1936 to 05-07-2019   Linn County News Published Oct. 16, 2019   Mrs. Anna Mae Tipton, of Webster, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at the age of 83. Anna Mae was born to parents Lester and Dorothy Newlan on May 7, 1936, in Colony, Kan. She grew up as...[More]

Hawks fall to Southeast, now 0-2 in district play - Oct. 9, 2019

The Jayhawk-Linn football team traveled to Southeast Cherokee on Friday, Oct. 4, for a very important game against the team.This game was crucial for the Hawks for two reasons: league standings and district standings. A win for the Hawks means they are in the driver’s seat for winning the Three...[More]

Buffs ride half ending drives to stay unbeaten - Oct. 9, 2019

Riding a 14-play touchdown drive on their final possession of each half, Prairie View remained undefeated with a 22-6 league/district win at Burlington Friday night.Now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in Pioneer League action, the Buffalos will seek to push their Class 3A, District 2 mark to 3-0 Friday at their...[More]

Pleasanton football falls to Appleton City on Homecoming in high-scoring affair - Oct. 9, 2019

It was Homecoming for the Blu-Jays on the evening of Friday, Oct. 4, as the Blu-Jay football team hosted Appleton City, Mo.The Jays went back to eight-man for this one game against Appleton City. Usually it is easier for teams to score in eight-man because of the shorter field, and it was certainly shown...[More]

Vaughn celebrating 50 years in his field - Oct. 9, 2019

John Vaughn, a native of Mound City, is celebrating his 50th year in the insurance field by bringing his son into the same field and bringing his clients a product in which he believes.Vaughn’s career began in the summer of 1969 when his father-in-law, Charles “Cap” Krull, Mound City,...[More]

First Presbyterian Church to mark 150th anniversary - Oct. 9, 2019

On Oct. 8, 1869, a meeting was held in a building just east of the railroad tracks in the newly formed town of Pleasanton for the purpose of organizing the First Presbyterian Church. Two more meetings would be held before eight members of the church were accepted, either by letters of transfer or Confessions...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Appearances are deceiving - Oct. 9, 2019

These times we live in seem to be more challenging than past times; now, we have become a society of cameras. The one who said a picture is worth a thousand words must have been an attorney, and Linn County is fully on board with that thinking. It’s not a bad thing. Cities are forced to use cameras...[More]

Linn County Sunflower Club features keynote speaker Jack Cashill - Oct. 9, 2019

The annual Sunflower Club Dinner is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Mound City Christian Church with keynote speaker Jack Cashill.Tickets are $12 in advance at the Linn County News and include a meal catered by Linda Jo Hisel.Sunflower Club members are honored guests. Sunflower Club membership...[More]

Pleasanton opens discussion on annexation with property owners - Oct. 9, 2019

The Pleasanton City Council met on Monday, Oct. 7, and opened a discussion with property owners in attendance regarding plans for annexation in the future.Mayor Cynthia Frisbie noted that the purpose of the discussion was to let property owners know what city officials are thinking and to share in the...[More]

Linn Countians under surveillance by county and others - Oct. 9, 2019

Following the release of a video/audio file saved from approximately four months ago and just released to the public through a Kansas Open Records Act request, showing foul language from the Linn County Attorney, questions arose on whom saved the video in May, camera usage in the county, and entities...[More]

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