BN Hunting Supplies: More than just a gun store - Sep. 25, 2019

BN Hunting Supplies, owned by Brandon Whisenhunt, is located on the main street in the small town of Mapleton in a shop on the north side of the street next to the post office.The business sells firearms and accessories as their main product, along with some deer feed for the local customers. Whisenhunt...[More]

A rivalry classic: Hawks need three OTs to edge Pleasanton - Sep. 25, 2019

As intra-county high school football rivalry games here go, Friday’s was the classic.After allowing Pleasanton two fourth-quarter touchdowns to pull even, Jayhawk-Linn needed a critical defensive freshman-on-freshman stop and two offensive plays in the third overtime to claim a 20-14 Three Rivers...[More]

Grains: Dietary friend or foe? - Sep. 25, 2019

In an era of low-carb, Paleo and ketogenic diets, grains are more criticized than ever. Should you go against the grain or not? Here’s the scoop on four myths about grains.Myth: Grains lead to type 2 diabetes and heart disease. People who consume whole grains have the lowest risk of dying...[More]

Maxwell defense opts for jury trials - Sep. 24, 2019

Two criminal cases involving a Pleasanton man will proceed to separate jury trials.In Linn County District Court Monday morning, defense counsel Ashley E. Repp, Kansas City, Mo., said she had spoken with Shawn Maxwell, 28, prior to Monday’s plea hearing to confirm his “not guilty” pleas.Amy...[More]

John Gary Ballou 02-04-1947 to 09-18-2019 - Sep. 23, 2019

  John Gary Ballou 02-04-1947 to 09-18-2019   Linn County News Published Sept. 25, 2019   John Gary Ballou, age 72, of Pleasanton, Kan., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019, at his home. He was born Feb. 4, 1947, to Robert Oliver Ballou and Wilma Jean Gray Ballou (who passed...[More]

La Cygne continues water operator search - Sep. 18, 2019

La Cygne will move forward with interviews to find a Class II water plant operator and Class I wastewater operator.That was the verdict expressed by Mayor Robert Sullivan to close a special council meeting last Wednesday, Sept. 11.Following 10 minutes of open-session information, the council conducted...[More]

James A. “Jim” Larch 09-24-1960 to 09-16-2019 - Sep. 18, 2019

James A. “Jim” Larch 09-24-1960 to 09-16-2019   Linn County News Published Sept. 25, 2019   James A. "Jim" Larch, 58, Hume, Missouri, passed away on Monday September 16, 2019. Funeral service will be 3 p.m. Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Hume Christian Church, Hume,...[More]

Same Parker intersection area prompts separate patron complaints - Sep. 18, 2019

The corner of Main and Walnut streets served as the home vicinity for two separate patron complaints at Thursday’s monthly Parker City Council meeting.One issue addressed by Tony Cole, 338 W. Main St., involved the legality of his solution to prevent large trucks from driving over his maintained...[More]

Items illegally obtained by former county attorney returned - Sep. 18, 2019

During the meeting of the County Commissioners on Monday, Sept. 16, Deputy Scott Polster reported that items either taken by former County Attorney John Sutherland, or purchased by him illegally with county funds, are now being returned to the county by the Federal Bureau of Investigation since the trial...[More]

Prairie View volleyball starts season with a couple wins - Sep. 18, 2019

Prairie View volleyball struggled last season, but the team is hoping this season they can get a few more wins and so far that seems to be the case.The season started with a triangular at Central Heights on Sept. 5 against Osawatomie and Central Heights. The Lady Buffs were able to take care of business...[More]

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