Bully Pulpit - Work-place violence - Jul. 4, 2018

  I’ve called it “going postal” after it seemed a rash of workplace acts of violence occurred at U.S. Post Offices. Now apparently, that term can be “going newspaper” or any number of other “goings” out there. But what it equates to is people getting mad,...[More]

Kennedy descendants celebrate homestead’s 150 years - Jul. 4, 2018

  Four descendant generations of John Quincy Kennedy celebrated the sesquicentennial (150-year anniversary) of their pioneer patriarch’s homestead last month. Gayle Callahan, a great-great-granddaughter of Kennedy, said her ancestor claimed a 160-acre homestead northwest of Pleasanton in...[More]

PVHS Law and Leadership class graduates - Jul. 4, 2018

    The second graduating class of the Law and Leadership class was held last Saturday, June  30 – nine students from Prairie View High School graduated the month-long class that adds physical fitness, government credits and discipline to the curriculum. “It provides structure,”...[More]

Marie Renfro Gillespie 05-29-1960 to 06-22-2018 - Jul. 3, 2018

  Linn County News Published July 4, 2018 It is with great sadness that the family of Marie Renfro announces her passing on June 22, 2018, at the age of 58.  Marie will be lovingly remembered by Janice (her mother); Jim, Mark and Dale (brothers); Kristen (daughter); Greg (son); Jeremy (stepson);...[More]

Megan Rochell Simons-Smith 10-19-1990 to 06-27-2018 - Jul. 2, 2018

  Linn County News Published July 4, 2018 Megan Rochell Simons-Smith, age 27, Garnett, Kan., formerly of Mound City, Kan., died Wednesday, June 27, 2018, as the result of an accident. Megan was born on Oct. 19, 1990, at Fort Scott, Kan., the daughter of David and Virginia Nation Simons.  She...[More]

Two Wyandotte deputies laid to rest - Jun. 27, 2018

  ‘Walking the Point’ epitomizes their service   Shots fired, “10-60,” officer down – described by Deputy Max Sybrant, Wyandotte County president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 40, as “when time stopped and everyone stepped up, not knowing who...[More]

Jayhawk-Linn hosts summer volleyball tournament - Jun. 27, 2018

The Jayhawk-Linn High School volleyball team hosted a summer volleyball tournament on June 18 at Jayhawk-Linn High School. “It was the first-ever volleyball tournament that we could utilize our new gym. It was kind of a trial run because the TRL tournament will be in our facility the last weekend...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Immigration - Jun. 27, 2018

  I guess it’s no secret that I’m a conservative. With that, certain things drive me crazy: socialist view points, Obamacare, he can be a she and she can be a he in any desired bathroom, lack of respect for law enforcement – or any authority for that matter – and more. But...[More]

Grandfather, grandson participate in Bike Across Kansas 2018 - Jun. 27, 2018

  Richard Long, Mound City, and his grandson Hunter Holt, Mound City, participated in the Bike Across Kansas 2018 from June 9-16. Bike Across Kansas started in 1975 and has been an annual event in Kansas ever since. The exact route changes yearly, but participants bike from the Colorado border...[More]

Pleasanton to hold July 4th event in Dunlap Park - Jun. 27, 2018

  The city of Pleasanton will be hosting their annual Fourth of July celebration in Dunlap Park once again.  The event begins at 5 p.m. with the presentation of the Color Guard and the National Anthem sung by Doug and Carol Sarver. Clarence Easley will conduct a flyover as is his tradition. To...[More]

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