County attorney, sheriff at odds - Mar. 21, 2018

County attorney: Sheriff’s office loses more evidence, needs body camsSheriff: Lack of communication with county attorney, deputies trained to KLETC standardsThe county’s desire for tougher law enforcement and a change in the county attorney’s office brought big changes – and...[More]

Charles Edward Rhynerson Sr. 04-20-1924 to 03-04-2018 - Mar. 21, 2018

Linn County NewsPublished March 21, 2018Charles Edward Rhynerson Sr., age 93, La Cygne, Kan., passed away on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at his home near La Cygne. He was born on April 20, 1924, at La Cygne, the son of Frank Theodore Sr. and Nannie Mae Driskill Rhynerson.He served his country in the United...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Walkout - Mar. 21, 2018

What a mixed bag the student walkout was last week. A mixed bag for several reasons: first, mourning the loss of 17 people killed by a madman in Florida and trying to pay tribute to that loss.Next, students using their voices toward what they view, or have been led to view, as their ability to help stop...[More]

School board directs architect study for Prairie View High improvements - Mar. 21, 2018

With no objections, the Unified School District 362 board of education has endorsed a study with its architect for building improvements to Prairie View High.At its regular monthly meeting March 12, Rex Bollinger, district superintendent, was directed to meet with Hansen Design Architects, LLC, Topeka.Based...[More]

Linn County’s top 5 high school wrestlers - Mar. 14, 2018

The high school wrestling season has concluded, and both Jayhawk and Prairie View had wrestlers that performed well this season. All the young men did well this season, but there were some that rose above the others. These are the wrestlers we are going to look at in Linn County’s top five high...[More]

PVHS Student Council hosts 3rd annual Donkey Basketball - Mar. 14, 2018

The Prairie View Student Council hosted the third annual Donkey Basketball at the PVHS (Prairie View High School) gym on the evening of March 12.Dairyland Donkey Ball brought the game to PVHS where all three county high schools participated. Proceeds from the game went to the Special Olympics, which...[More]

Jayhawk, Pleasanton represented on 2017-2018 boys’ Three Rivers All League team - Mar. 14, 2018

The Three Rivers League announced their 2017-2018 boys’ Three Rivers All League basketball team, and two Jayhawks and two Blu-Jays made the team.Jayhawk finished a good season going 16-5 and losing in the second round of the sub-state tournament against Osage City.Pleasanton finished the year 6-13...[More]

Music on Main! - Mar. 14, 2018

Several years ago I attended the Kansas Library Association’s annual conference in Kansas City. In addition to keynote speakers, the conference committee schedules numerous sessions to inform and inspire us. That year one of the last sessions they held was about a way to bring music into your library....[More]

Doc Gizmo performs at USD 344 - Mar. 14, 2018

Perhaps you’ve heard of the science guy who performs his demonstrations at Silver Dollar City near Branson, Mo.Doc Gizmo is 85 now and he retired at the end of last year, but as a friend of USD 344 teacher Jake Burkholder he came out of retirement to do one last show for the students at Pleasanton.Doc...[More]

Linn County dancers perform at PSU Showcase - Mar. 14, 2018

The Linn County Dance and Cheer (LCDC) Academy in Mound City took 11 members of their Elite dancers to perform at the Pittsburg State University Dance Showcase on March 5.Twenty-four members of the Jazz I and Jazz II dance teams also attended the showcase to watch their fellow dancers perform. “Next...[More]

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