Administrative office professionals near year-end retirements - Dec. 26, 2018

    In 21st century parlance, they’re known as administrative professionals. When they began, the nomenclature was the more common ‘clerk’ or ‘secretary.’ For two La Cygne women whose office tenures have bridged the two centuries, their careers become complete...[More]

Pleasanton officials complete training to better serve community - Dec. 26, 2018

      Linn County News  barbara@linncountynews.net   Multiple city officials employed by the city of Pleasanton have either completed or are about to complete a course or training program, which will allow each of them, in his or her own area, to better serve the community...[More]

Indecency charge expected to result in no contest plea - Dec. 26, 2018

  Plea withdrawn, preliminary hearing set     A Pleasanton man charged with one felony count of indecent solicitation of a child is expected to finalize a no contest plea this week. At a no go preliminary hearing in Linn County District Court Dec. 11, defense counsel Craig E. Cole,...[More]

Bully Pulpit - California wildfires - Dec. 26, 2018

  Anyone in the United States that didn’t hear about the wildfires in California had to have been living under a rock. Now, every attorney that knows how to strike a fire is soliciting or has been solicited to represent victims – and rightly so – of the several fires that destroyed...[More]

La Cygne water bills to be mailed late - Dec. 26, 2018

  Meter-reading glitch a factor in ‘substantial completion’ delay   La Cygne water customers, be apprised. Upcoming monthly bills will probably be in mailboxes later than normal. That was the allowance the City Council gave to affected city employees at their regular meeting...[More]

Pleasanton 7th grade holds mock trial - Dec. 26, 2018

The Pleasanton Junior High seventh-grade classes under social studies teacher Ryan Young learned that law enforcement and the law are not as clearly cut as it might seem. Students in both classes joined together to put on a mock trial involving a murder on Friday, Dec. 14. Students were the jury, the...[More]

Prairie View girls’ basketball goes 0-3 in busy week - Dec. 19, 2018

  The Prairie View girls basketball team had a busy week as they faced three opponents in one week. On Dec. 11 the team hosted Santa Fe Trail and lost by 12, 43-31. Then on Dec. 13, they traveled to Frontenac and lost 54-27. The team was back home on Dec. 14 to face Iola. The Lady Buffs lost that...[More]

Jayhawk teams win league openers at Marmaton Valley - Dec. 19, 2018

  Though their methods differed, Jayhawk-Linn squads won their Three Rivers League basketball openers against Marmaton Valley Dec. 11. The Lady ‘Hawks evened their overall record at 2-2 with a 38-34 comeback win. The boys, on the other hand, squandered an early 9-0 lead to hold off the host...[More]

White Elephant Buttress offers flatlanders climbing experience - Dec. 19, 2018

  Rock climbing is normally associated with mountainous states such as Colorado, California and Utah, but those who have an interest in climbing will have an opportunity in Mound City after Mike Meyer finishes his project – White Elephant Buttresses. Meyer, a 2004 graduate of Jayhawk-Linn...[More]

Board asks for accurate ‘to-scale’ blueprints - Dec. 19, 2018

  Prairie View High plan would add to lower north side   Unified School District 362 has directed its leadership to seek accurate “to-scale” blueprints for a proposed Prairie View High addition. At its monthly meeting Dec. 10, the board of education approved for Rex Bollinger,...[More]

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