Prairie View track competes in tough Regional - May. 23, 2018

The Prairie View track team traveled to Eudora on May 18 to compete in a 4A Regional to determine who would go to the State Track meet in Wichita on May 25-26.This was an extremely difficult Regional meet, and the Buffalos only qualified two athletes for State meet. The girls placed 14th out of 16 teams...[More]

Pleasanton track sends 11 to State - May. 23, 2018

The Pleasanton track team traveled to Leon-Bluestem on May 17 for a 2A Regional to determine who goes to the State Track Meet in Wichita on May 25-26.The Blu-Jays did well at the meet as they qualified 11 athletes for the State Tournament. The boys’ team placed seventh out of 14 teams with 37 points...[More]

Jayhawk baseball earns 3A Regional Runner-up - May. 23, 2018

The Jayhawk baseball team competed in the 3A regional tournament hosted by Humboldt on May 15 and May 17.The Hawks entered the tournament as the two seed with a 16-4 record. Jayhawk had a very good tournament, advancing to the finals where they were narrowly defeated by the one-seed Humboldt in the championship.The...[More]

Kelley participates in Heartland Honor Flight for Veterans - May. 23, 2018

Don Kelley of Sugar Valley Lakes recently participated in the Heartland Honor Flight for Veterans to Washington, D.C.The program was organized in 2008 and was the first of its kind in the Kansas City area. HHF is a non-profit organization created for the sole purpose of honoring American veterans for...[More]

A look at inpatient treatment options, part one - May. 23, 2018

For some, outpatient treatment may not be enough when battling an addiction. For those that need a more intensive treatment option, there are inpatient facilities across the state, which offer a variety of programs and choices.Two of the most used inpatient programs in Kansas are Mirror and Valeo.With...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Memorial Day - May. 23, 2018

There are lots of things to discuss concerning the Linn County Sheriff’s Department, the jail, potential pending lawsuits, etc. – but this week is reserved for Memorial Day.I took a wonderful trip with my folks last weekend to St. Peter, Minn., to visit my grandma and grandpa’s graves,...[More]

Friends of Pleasanton Gardening: pollinators, flowering plants - May. 23, 2018

Lenora Larson, a Marais des Cygnes Extension Master Gardener, will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of Friends of Pleasanton Gardening.   The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, at the Pleasanton Lincoln Library. She is a wonderful speaker. You won’t want to miss this....[More]

La Cygne mayor seeks U.S. Minerals appearance - May. 23, 2018

After 18 months on the back burner, U.S. Minerals, a tenant of La Cygne’s Linn County Industrial Park, is once again in the fore for La Cygne’s city leaders because of emissions complaints.Though not a specified agenda item during the police report section of the regular City Council meeting...[More]

Accident claims life of 11-year-old - May. 23, 2018

An accident, which occurred on 300 Road, just west of Kansas Highway 7, around 1:30 p.m. Sunday, claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy.According to a report filed by the Kansas Highway Patrol, a 2004 Chevy Silverado pickup truck driven by Robert Brown of Hume, Mo., was traveling westbound on 300 Road...[More]

Sheriff subpoenaed after refusing to turn over video/audio discs - May. 23, 2018

Filla has no comment on attorney hired to represent himCounty Attorney James Brun, hauling a box containing CDs from past cases and paper files of cases not filed, attended Monday’s County Commission meeting. With that, prior to speaking to the County Commissioners, Brun asked County Sheriff Paul...[More]

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