Bond set at $1 million in second case against former SRO - Feb. 14, 2018

Appearing in Linn County District Court on Tuesday, Feb. 13, for a no-go preliminary hearing on initial charges filed on 2018-CR-000001 against him, David Allen Huggins also had his first appearance on 2018-CR-000029, a new case with two new charges levied against him.With his counsel, Zach Thomas, present...[More]

Gardner makes first appearance in rape case - Feb. 7, 2018

An investigation by the Linn Valley Police Department in December 2017 resulted in a warrant for arrest being issued for Jeffrey L. Gardner, 42, Linn Valley. Gardner was apprehended in the state of Montana in late January and appeared in court there on Jan. 29 where he waived his rights to extradition...[More]

Lady Buffalos show grit during 0-2 Courtwarming week - Feb. 7, 2018

The Prairie View girls’ basketball team went 0-2 this past week as they traveled to Wellsville on Jan. 30 and hosted Santa Fe Trail on Feb. 2 for Courtwarming. The Lady Buffs lost to a good Wellsville team 72-32, but then put a good game together against Santa Fe Trail at Courtwarming as they...[More]

Lady ‘Hawk shot confidence marks contrast in road win margins - Feb. 7, 2018

At halftime of last Friday’s Three Rivers League match at Arma, a Jayhawk-Linn fleeting locker room thought might have been about Groundhog Day. No, not the date nor the rodent, but rather the 1993 Bill Murray comedy flick where his character relives the same Feb. 2 day multiple times. The Lady...[More]

Jays sweep Jets - Feb. 7, 2018

The Pleasanton Blu-Jays traveled to Altoona-Midway High School (AMHS) last week to face off with the Jets. Pleasanton High School (PHS) came out of the evening with a sweep, as the junior varsity boys, varsity girls and varsity boys all came away with victories. PHS Lady Jays vs. Lady Jets This game...[More]

Abolitionists in Linn County help to make Kansas a free state - Feb. 7, 2018

On Kansas Day, Jan. 29, I hope everyone spent a little time thinking about the sacrifices made by the early settlers of our state and especially here in Linn County where they endured seven years of Border War with pro-slavery factions in Missouri, many of which had come from southern states to vote...[More]

Frank H. Devocelle announces retirement after 47 years with Olathe Health - Feb. 7, 2018

OLATHE – (Jan. 30, 2018) – Frank H. Devocelle, President/CEO, of Olathe Health System, Inc. announced today he will retire effective December 31, 2018. A search for his replacement will begin immediately led by a selection committee of the Olathe Health Board of Directors.    “Frank...[More]

Consumer Corner: Do-Not-Call list registration doesn’t expire - Feb. 7, 2018

Last month, the Federal Trade Commission sent out a warning to consumers that spoofed emails were going out claiming to be from the FTC telling people their Do-Not-Call registration was expiring. These fake emails then directed consumers to a fake website, where they were asked to give their personal...[More]

Bully Pulpit: State of the Union speech - Feb. 7, 2018

I, like 45.6 million others, watched President Trump’s State of the Union speech on Tuesday, Jan. 30. I tuned in a bit before 8 p.m. and watched through about five minutes of the Democrats’ average man, Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III of Massachusetts, give the official Democratic rebuttal,...[More]

Economic Development Director Dennis Arnold retires - Feb. 7, 2018

After 24 years, Linn County Economic Development Director Dennis Arnold decided it was time to retire, leaving as Commissioner Mike Page described it “big shoes to fill.” Page said he took an entrepreneurial class from Arnold 20 years ago that sparked his interest in economic development...[More]

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