Bully Pulpit - The wall - Apr. 10, 2019

  My first husband and I spent quite a bit of time in El Paso, Texas, many moons ago doing business for the U.S. Customs Service. In that time, we worked with U.S. Customs agents and other subcontractors on the border. And, we witnessed firsthand many, many people crossing the myriad of train tracks,...[More]

Park Day a success - Apr. 10, 2019

    Every year battlefields and sites that are related to the American Civil War and Revolutionary War partner with the American Battlefield Trust for their annual Park Day event. We really rely on the help of volunteers to maintain the sites. Having a day set aside nationally helps us focus...[More]

USD 362 to provide space for SEKMHC case manager - Apr. 10, 2019

    At their monthly meeting Monday night, Prairie View Unified School District 362’s board of education unanimously approved space that will allow Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center (SEKMHC) to supply a case manager/full-time licensed clinician next year. The proposal, which relates...[More]

Live ordnance found at Trading Post Museum - Apr. 10, 2019

  Detonated by Fort Riley personnel   On Friday, April 5, Linn County Fire Chief and Emergency Management Coordinator Doug Barlet and the Olathe Fire Department Special Operations team were called to the Trading Post Museum to examine a cannon ball from the Civil War that was thought might...[More]

Helen Louise Barnes 03-23-1927 to 04-02-2019 - Apr. 8, 2019

 Linn County News Published April 10, 2019 Helen Louise Barnes, age 92, of Mound City, Kan., died at The Residencies at Pleasanton on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. She was born on March 23, 1927, at Mexico City, Mo., the daughter of James “Jack" and Carrie Miksch Hendrix. Her...[More]

USD 344 receives Challenge Award - Apr. 3, 2019

On Friday, March 29, Jim Porter, a representative of the Kansas State Board of Education, made a presentation of the Challenge Award, which is given by the Confidence in Education Task Force of the Kansas Department of Education, to Pleasanton USD 344. The Challenge Awards recognize schools for outstanding...[More]

Jayhawk softball routs Pleasanton in home doubleheader - Apr. 3, 2019

There were no baseball games on April 1 at Jayhawk due to field conditions, but the Jayhawk and Pleasanton softball teams still competed.The game was the Lady Hawks’ home opener, and it was a good one for Jayhawk as they dominated both games 17-2 and 19-1.The first game started with a bang for...[More]

Strikeout pitching, 9-run innings spur Blu-Jay sweep - Apr. 3, 2019

A nine-run inning in each game while pitchers overall struck out 23 Marmaton Valley batters lifted Pleasanton to a season-opening Three Rivers League sweep last Thursday.A combined 11 strikeouts by the brothers McKee and a nine-run fourth gave the Blu-Jays an 18-1 win in the opener.In the nightcap, three...[More]

Prairie View baseball defeats Santa Fe Trail in season opener - Apr. 3, 2019

The Prairie View baseball team got off to a good start for the 2019 season as they hosted Santa Fe Trail on March 26. The Buffalos won both games of their home doubleheader over the Chargers, 11-4 and 17-7.In the first game the Buffalos were in charge most of the game. They led 5-0 after four innings...[More]

Safe P Sound The highlights and pitfalls of home care - Apr. 3, 2019

Today, more and more people are trying to keep their disabled or aging loved ones at home, and home care aides make that more and more possible every day. Home health agencies, as described by Kansas law, are agencies that employ medical care personnel, such as nurses to check on patients at home once...[More]

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