Neosho Valley Spring Art Exhibit 2018 winners - May. 2, 2018

Joe Summers, Centerville, won first place in the sculpture category in the 39th annual Neosho Valley Spring Art Exhibit at the Chanute Art Gallery, Chanute, with a ceramic sculpture entitled “Of the Bird Man Tribe.” To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County...[More]

Centerville man finds 150-year-old site of former wind-powered grist mill - May. 2, 2018

In 1874 my great grandfather, Asel Wright, bought 240 acres of unimproved land from W.B. Scott, the founder of the town of Oakwood.Great Granddad moved from Sycamore, Ill., to Linn County in 1875. At that time the town of Blue Mound was located 1 1/2 miles west and 1 1/2 miles south of its present location....[More]

BRIDING THE GAP: A look at local recovery options - May. 2, 2018

Celebrate Recovery is an addiction recovery program that operates through the La Cygne Christian Church.It began in August 2015 and is organized and operated by Steve and Carolyn Haupt, along with two other couples – all members of the church – and meets from 7-9 p.m. every Tuesday at the...[More]

County looks to possibly hire for Codes Enforcement position - May. 2, 2018

After discussing the position and trying to use other employees working for the county in the new Codes Enforcement position, Public Works Field Supervisor Jackie Messer broached the subject of hiring someone, either at 32 hours per week or full time, at the County Commission meeting on Monday. Messer...[More]

KCP&L named in lawsuit Claim of emissions from La Cygne station caused incurable illness - May. 2, 2018

A lawsuit filed on Monday of last week, April 23, names KCP&L, particularly the La Cygne Generating Station, as the cause of the plaintiff’s incurable illness.The lawsuit describes how the plaintiff Lona LeAnn Grosshart grew up on a farm in rural Pleasanton, about four miles downstream from...[More]

Subject of standoff released without charges - May. 2, 2018

Following a standoff in La Cygne that ended peacefully on Tuesday, April 17, the suspect, Eric Neal Thomas, was released from the Linn County Jail after being held for seven days without charges being filed.La Cygne Police Chief Tate West said that he was compiling required reports from law enforcement...[More]

Thomas Saviano 12-17-1956 to 04-22-2018 - May. 1, 2018

Linn County NewsPublished May 2, 2018Thomas Saviano, age 61, of Linn Valley, Kan., passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018.  No services are currently planned.  Arrangements by Schneider Funeral Home, La Cygne Chapel.  ...[More]

Donald Eugene “Don” Wagner 08-15-1933 to 04-27-2018 - May. 1, 2018

Linn County NewsPublished May 2, 2018Donald Eugene “Don” Wagner, age 84, La Cygne, Kan., passed away on Friday, April 27, 2018, at his home. He was born at Beloit, Kan., the son of Hamer and Velma English Wagner. He graduated from Simpson High School. Don proudly served his country in the...[More]

Bridging The Gap: A look at addiction, recovery - Apr. 25, 2018

Webster’s Dictionary defines addiction as a compulsive physiological need for something habit forming, but any recovering addict will tell you that it’s not something that can be defined because it is different for each and every person.What drives one person to become an addict may not affect...[More]

Pleasanton softball defeats St. Paul, falls to Northeast - Apr. 25, 2018

The Pleasanton softball team was on the road this past week and had league doubleheaders against St. Paul and Northeast Arma.The Lady Jays were at St. Paul on April 16 and won both games in what were offensive explosions for both teams. Pleasanton won the first game 39-26 and then won the second game...[More]

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