Jayhawk cross country competes at State - Nov. 2, 2022

The Jayhawk-Linn cross country team traveled to Wamego Country Club on Oct. 29 to compete in the 2A State cross country meet. The Hawks brought their entire girl’s team to State; thanks to their second place finish at their Regional. The boy’s team only qualified one runner in Colton Wallace. Wallace...[More]

SPECIAL: Attorney General Derek Schmidt in town today - Nov. 1, 2022

Attorney General, gubernatorial candidate, Derek Schmidt will be at Everybody's in Mound City today, Tuesday, at 11:30 a.m. The public is welcome!...[More]

Paul James “Jimmie” Long ~ 06-27-1967 to 10-31-2022 - Nov. 1, 2022

Linn County News Published Nov. 2, 2022 Paul James Long, 55, of LaCygne, Kan., passed away Oct. 31, 2022, at home after a long battle with kidney disease. Jimmie was born June 27, 1967, in Paola, Kan., to Paul and Dorothy Heien Long. He graduated class of 1985 from Prairie View High School. During...[More]

Linda Darlene Howlingcrane ~ 05-16-1957 to 10-22-2022 - Nov. 1, 2022

Linn County News Published Nov. 2, 2022 Linda Darlene Howlingcrane, age 65, a resident of Fulton, Kan., passed away Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022, at her home following her battle with cancer. She was born May 16, 1957, in Fort Scott, Kan., the daughter of Willis Sanders and Patsy Eden Sanders. Linda attended...[More]

SPECIAL: LCSO issues statement on bodies found in Blue Mound - Oct. 27, 2022

On Thursday, Oct. 27, the Linn County Sheriff’s Office issued a statement regarding the bodies of two individuals found in Blue Mound late last week. According to the statement issued, deputies were dispatched to the address of 115 E. Kansas Avenue in Blue Mound on Oct. 21 to conduct a welfare check....[More]

Linn Valley townhall to discuss water & waste water project Saturday, Oct. 29 10 – 12 p.m. - Oct. 26, 2022

Linn Valley incorporated in 1998; in the 24 years since then, the 2022 census shows that the city has increased population to 986 from 800, increasing by 3.14 percent since 2020.  With added population comes added infrastructure usage on a wastewater system that is already 26 years old. With that,...[More]

La Cygne sets amended budget hearing - Oct. 26, 2022

Another action sets same year-round regular meeting start time   Setting a budget hearing for the purpose of amending two La Cygne city line-item funds and streamlining a single start time year-round for regular council meetings were items approved at their regular meeting last Wednesday, Oct....[More]

Delinquent county property taxes at $1.1 million - Oct. 26, 2022

During the meeting of the Linn County Commissioners on Monday, Oct. 24, Linn County Treasurer Janet Kleweno presented the commissioners with a report concerning third quarter interest on accounts with comparison to last year. She also presented a current report on delinquent property taxes showing the...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Oct. 26, 2022

Apathy I was sitting in a Bible study the other evening when the following topic of conversation came up – apathy. With that, the progression of civilization from the beginning to the end. Veteranstoday.com explains the progression of civilization as, “The United States is over 230 years...[More]

Pleasanton football crushes Northern Heights - Oct. 26, 2022

The Pleasanton football team hosted Northern Heights for Senior-Parent on the evening of Oct. 21. Northern Heights is a district opponent for the Jays and the Jays needed the victory to solidify a three seed in their district for the playoffs. Pleasanton had no problems securing their three seed as...[More]

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