Blue Mound Independence celebration set for June 30 - Jun. 27, 2018

  The theme for this year’s Independence Day celebration in Blue Mound is “Get Your Game On! Go Play!” and all of the fun is set to begin early in the morning on Saturday, June 30. The grand marshals for the event are the family of Darwyn and Wynona Weaver, and the day begins...[More]

Approved basement contract gets joint home construction classroom underway - Jun. 27, 2018

  With last week’s approval of a basement contract, a new high school vocational construction design classroom is now a reality. At a Prairie View Unified School District 362 board of education special meeting last Thursday, the district awarded Fred Noel Construction, La Cygne, a $60,068...[More]

2018 Ride for Grady’s Kids set for July 7 - Jun. 27, 2018

The Grady’s Kids bike run is set for Saturday, July 7, with registration beginning at 10 a.m. at the Blues Bar and Grill on Kansas Highway 52 in La Cygne with kickstands up at 11 a.m. Registration fees are $20 per person, $35 per couple or $40 for the party bus. A new feature this year is online...[More]

Stephen Ray Johnson 05-11-1957 to 06-19-2018 - Jun. 27, 2018

  Linn County News Published June 27, 2018 Stephen Ray Johnson, age 61, Pleasanton, Kan., died Tuesday, June 19, 2018. He was born in Fort Scott, Kan., on May 11, 1957, the son of Eldon and Donna Queen Johnson. He graduated from Pleasanton High School in the Class of 1975.  He completed...[More]

Tumbleweed 2018 held at Wildwood - Jun. 20, 2018

    The Tumbleweed Real Country Music and Camping Festival was held this past weekend in Linn County’s backyard. The event, which spanned three nights and two days, was held at the Wildwood Outdoor Education Center on 399th Street, just north of La Cygne. Country music artist Marty...[More]

Current fishing reports for Linn County - Jun. 20, 2018

School is out and summer is heating up so it is a good time for the family to enjoy some fishing. Here are some current fishing reports from various bodies of water in Linn County to help one decide where to fish. All fishing reports were posted on June 1. To see the full article, check out this week's...[More]

Pleasanton/Jayhawk trapshooting team places 7th at State Shoot - Jun. 20, 2018

The Pleasanton/Jayhawk trapshooting team traveled to Wichita on June 16 to compete in the 2018 Kansas State High School Clay Target League State Championship. Pleasanton/Jayhawk had 16 shooters compete in the event that included 50 teams and more than 1,000 shooters. To see the full article, check...[More]

USD 362 to offer midday preschool busing - Jun. 20, 2018

  BY TONY FURSE LINN COUNTY NEWS NEWSPAPERSRME@YAHOO.COM   Midday busing will be offered to Prairie View Unified School District 362 preschoolers for this upcoming school year. On a 5-1 vote, with Chuck Dunlop dissenting and Nicolas Philpott absent, the district’s board of education...[More]

Court sets Huggins preliminary hearing - Jun. 20, 2018

A consolidated afternoon preliminary hearing has been set for a former Linn County sheriff’s deputy and Pleasanton school resource officer. The two cases filed against David Allen Huggins, La Cygne, will be heard at 1:30 p.m. July 17 in Linn County District Court. To see the full article, check...[More]

Jail feasibility study brings community members together - Jun. 20, 2018

  Two gatherings were held on Monday, June 18, in Mound City to garner community and elected officials’ thoughts on the feasibility of building a new jail complex. After hearing from the Linn County District Court staff and elected officials, the County Commissioners gathered for an evening...[More]

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