Ruth Jean Rhynerson 10-08-1924 to 02-19-2021 - Feb. 23, 2021

Linn County News Published Feb. 24, 2021 Ruth Jean Rhynerson, age 96, La Cygne, Kan., passed away Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. She was born on Oct. 8, 1924, in Mound City, Kan., the daughter of Walter “Buck” and Ida Simmons Smith. She graduated from Mound City High School in the Class of 1943....[More]

Danny Matthew Bryant 01-23-1969 to 02-09-2021 - Feb. 23, 2021

Linn County News Published Feb. 24, 2021 Danny Matthew Bryant, age 52, born in Harrisonville, Mo., peacefully passed away at his home on Feb. 9, 2021. Danny leaves behind his parents, Judy Ridge (David) of Mound City, Kan., and Denzil Bryant (Penny, preceded) of Clinton, Mo.; two furbabies, Molly and...[More]

Lester H. Wurtz 12-06-1929 to 02-19-2021 - Feb. 23, 2021

Linn County News Published Feb. 24, 2021 Lester H. Wurtz, Nampa, Idaho, passed away Feb. 19, 2021, at the Veterans Administration Hospital. He married Gloria Victor Wurtz; she passed many years ago. Lester was born Dec. 6, 1929, at Mound City, Kan., the son of Benjamin and Viola Brant Wurtz of Pleasanton,...[More]

SPECIAL: Boil Water Advisory Issued for Linn County Rural Water District No. 1, Linn County. - Feb. 22, 2021

   TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for Linn County Rural Water District No. 1, located in Linn County. This advisory is not related to Covid-19.  Customers should observe the following...[More]

SPECIAL: Boil Water Advisory Issued for City of Pleasanton, Linn County - Feb. 18, 2021

  TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for City of Pleasanton public water supply system, located in Linn County. This advisory is not related to Covid-19. Customers should observe the following precautions until further...[More]

SPECIAL: Commissioners declare state of disaster emergency - Feb. 17, 2021

  During the meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 17, the Linn County Commissioners voted to pass Resolution 2021-09, declaring a state of natural disaster and emergency due to the extreme temperatures and weather conditions. The resolution states that certain conditions have created obstructions...[More]

SPECIAL: La Cygne restaurants are closed today because of gas crisis - Feb. 17, 2021

  Drop you thermostats - Residential $40 gas bills could go to $1,000   La Cygne restaurants are among the local businesses closed at least for today (Feb. 17) to heed a natural-gas conservation request issued from a special city council meeting yesterday (Feb. 16), the request's intent...[More]

Test results alarm USD 362 board president Secondary-level administrators discuss standardized testing options - Feb. 17, 2021

Wade Teagarden voiced visible alarm about grades 5-10 fall ACT Aspire standardized test scores last week. The Unified School District 362 board of education president showed no hesitation during the student services portion of the Feb. 8 monthly meeting’s agenda. “Tracking through, there...[More]

La Cygne to keep gas supply line open - Feb. 17, 2021

City leaders provide information to businesses, citizens   La Cygne will keep its natural gas supply line open. That plan was the consensus at adjournment of a special meeting of its city council during the noon hour Tuesday. In addition, city leaders expected to use hand-delivered fliers, social...[More]

Vote, letter leave Parker without chief - Feb. 17, 2021

  Figuratively speaking, Parker’s city leaders beat their police chief to the draw. Either way, in the end, Parker is now minus a police chief/codes officer after action at last Thursday’s council meeting. During new business to make annual municipal appointments early in the 45-minute...[More]

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