Christian Kurtzweg - Jul. 20, 2021

Linn County News Published July 21, 2021   Christian Kurtzweg, beloved brother and friend, died the weekend of July 10-11, 2021.  He is missed and grieved for by his family: Michael and Jo Fey, Steven Kurtzweg, Cindy and Frank Vientos, Mary and Richard Bauer, and all his nephews and nieces,...[More]

Timothy T. Tucker 07-13-1948 to 07-17-2021 - Jul. 20, 2021

Linn County News Published July 21, 2021 Timothy T. Tucker, age 73, Linn Valley, Kan., passed away Saturday, July 17, 2021.   Graveside service will be Friday, July 23, 2021, at Oak Lawn Cemetery. Visitation will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday at Schneider Funeral Home, La Cygne Chapel. Contributions...[More]

Darrel Dean Hoyt 06-20-1948 to 07-13-2021 - Jul. 20, 2021

Linn County News Published July 21, 2021 Darrel Dean Hoyt, 73, of Pomona, Kan., passed away Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at Olathe Medical Center.  Funeral services were held Monday, July 19, 2021, at Dengel & Son Mortuary, Ottawa, with interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona, with military honors...[More]

SPECIAL: Vaccine and Testing Clinics Continue Statewide with Emergence of Delta Variant - Jul. 16, 2021

~ Vaccine and Testing events will continue to be held in several counties across the state over the coming weeks ~ TOPEKA – With the increased presence of the Delta variant in the region, local health departments, providers, and community groups are continuing to hold free COVID-19...[More]

Samsel evaluation to remain under seal - Jul. 14, 2021

A mental health evaluation report will remain under seal for a state House representative whose district includes northwest Linn County. At a Zoom videoconference non-evidentiary no go status hearing Monday morning in Franklin County District Court, Ottawa, Judge Kevin L. Kimball, Kansas 4h Judicial...[More]

Pleasanton High School Trap Team competes at Nationals - Jul. 14, 2021

This past spring, more than 27,000 student athletes, representing more than 1,300 high school teams, were mentored by more than 8,000 coaches and volunteers throughout 32 states as part of the USA High School Clay Target League. Over 3,000 shooters shot in Mason, Mich., at the MTA facility for the USA...[More]

Cool business opens in La Cygne - Jul. 14, 2021

Around the first of June a literally cool new business opened in La Cygne.  Ashton’s Shaved Ice, owned and operated by 17-year-old Ashton Howard of La Cygne, opened on the southwest corner of East Market and 4th streets as summer first began, providing cold sweet treats for great prices. The...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Jul. 14, 2021

Egocentric view points I remember sitting in class learning about egocentrism; or, we’re each more concerned about ourselves than others or society. That stuck with me as it is so true; think about everyday life and how absorbed we are in our own world and our own activities – we’re...[More]

Superintendents, commissioners discuss SROs - Jul. 14, 2021

Linn County Commissioners spoke with the superintendents of the three school districts in the county to find out their thoughts on the SRO program. Pleasanton USD 344 Superintendent Travis Laver spoke on how he worked with former Sheriff Paul Filla to get the program up and running. Laver also noted...[More]

Condemnations again top Pleasanton council discussions - Jul. 14, 2021

Opening their regular meeting held Tuesday, July 6, due to Independence Day, the Pleasanton City Council approved continuing with the condemnation of the structure located at 1300 High St. owned by Shanise Adams. Adams requested 60 days to complete work on the house and did not show up to the council...[More]

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