Lady Hawks fall to Lyndon in sub-state action - Mar. 6, 2019

    The Jayhawk girls basketball team traveled to Lyndon on Feb. 26 to begin 2-A sub-state action against Lyndon. The Lady Jays entered the tournament as a five seed with a 5-12 record while Lyndon was the four seed with a 6-14 record. The Lady Jays played tough and good defense as always...[More]

Sub-state loss at Burlington ends Buff season - Mar. 6, 2019

  Of seven possible opponents, Marc Ballinger and his Prairie View basketball charges would rather have faced any team but Burlington. Alas, when the Kansas State High School Activities Association released brackets for the Eureka Class 3-A sub-state tournament Feb. 20, the Buffalos’ No....[More]

Buzzer beater downs Pleasanton girls in sub-state championship - Mar. 6, 2019

    The Pleasanton girls hosted a 2-A sub-state tournament this past week and looked to be in good shape to advance to the State Tournament. The Lady Jays entered the tournament as a one seed with a 13-5 record and also had a bye in the first round due to Bishop Seabury Academy not having...[More]

Top honors awarded at Marais des Cygnes District 4-H Club Day - Mar. 6, 2019

  Over 100 Marais des Cygnes District (Miami and Linn counties) 4-Hers competed Saturday, Feb. 23, in the annual 4-H Club Day. The event was held at Prairie View Middle School. The 4-Hers competed in both individual and group events in 22 different areas. Marais des Cygnes District 4-H members...[More]

Former KC weatherman to speak on wind farms at Thursday meeting in Mound City - Mar. 6, 2019

    MOUND CITY – Former Kansas City Fox 4 weatherman Mike Thompson, who now advocates for community groups trying to fight industrial wind farms, will bring the science and politics of massive wind turbine fields to light in a special presentation, Thursday, March 7, at the Linn County...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Right is right - Mar. 6, 2019

  You know, I guess everyone has a different bar for what is right or wrong, but the majority of the citizens in the United States were raised under the Golden Rule, in schools that taught us to say the Pledge of Allegiance to our flag, in churches that taught “thou shalt not kill”...[More]

Prairie View FFA Boosters to host fundraiser event March 23 - Mar. 6, 2019

  PV FFA celebrating 50 years!   The Prairie View FFA Boosters will host an evening of fun, food and entertainment on March 23 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Prairie View FFA. This social and fundraising event is open to the public and will include dinner, both silent and live auctions,...[More]

Fort Scott emergency department opens for business - Mar. 6, 2019

  Fort Scott’s emergency department is no longer closed and is now accepting emergency patients from Linn County and the surrounding area. Www.viachristi.org reported in a story by Michelle Kennedy that “Ascension Via Christi’s Emergency Department (ED) in Fort Scott opened its...[More]

Linn County Law Enforcement Center project construction manager at-risk chosen - Mar. 6, 2019

  After the sales tax issue was approved by voters in November, the next big hurdle has been crossed as the county has chosen the Construction Manager (CM) At-Risk that will guide construction of the new Linn County Law Enforcement and Judicial Center and Government Administration Center. Architect...[More]

Audrey Ann Proffitt 11-12-1937 to 02-28-2019 - Mar. 5, 2019

Linn County News Published March 6, 2019 Audrey Ann Proffitt, age 81, a resident of Prescott, Kan., passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, at the Olathe Medical Center in Olathe, Kan. She was born Nov. 12, 1937, the daughter of Jesse Belmont Crane and Vera Davis Crane. From the age of 8, she...[More]

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