Buffalos lose tight games in season baseball opener - Apr. 4, 2018

Prairie View played Santa Fe Trail close in Thursday’s Pioneer League baseball opener.Though having ample scoring opportunities, the Buffalos could manage only three runs all day in losing to the Chargers, 4-2 and 3-1.Joe Cullor, first-year head baseball coach, pointed to 17 runners left on base...[More]

Big innings lead to Lady Buff losses - Apr. 4, 2018

Take away one inning from each game of Prairie View’s softball doubleheader against Santa Fe Trail March 27, and the Lady Buffs played their opponents to a draw.However, a Santa Fe Trail five-run first in the 6-1 opener and three-run third in the 5-2 nightcap resulted in Prairie View being swept...[More]

Jayhawk golf places 2nd at Erie - Apr. 4, 2018

The Jayhawk golf team traveled to Erie to begin their season on the evening of April 2 at the Erie Invitational.Despite the wet and cold conditions the team performed well as they placed second as a team with a score of 349. Caney Valley won the tournament with a score of 348 while Jayhawk was followed...[More]

La Cygne historian finds home for Miami tribe land records - Apr. 4, 2018

Esther Shields is relieved.Shields, a long-time La Cygne historian, has found a home for records dating to an 1859 federal agreement that allotted land – including acreage in present-day Linn County – to members of the Miami native American tribe.At an exchange March 22 at La Cygne’s...[More]

La Cygne Library hosts spring break events - Apr. 4, 2018

During spring break week for Prairie View USD 362, the La Cygne Library hosted two big events for the children. The first was a Princess Party for the girls – a dream that became a reality. Chris Waddell’s dream was to transform the Swan Room into a “ballroom” for this event,...[More]

Working toward higher goal, Jackson raising funds to attend YWAM in Honolulu - Apr. 4, 2018

Hannah Jackson graduated from Jayhawk-Linn High School and pursued a career in cosmetology at Fort Scott Community College, but then realized it was not where she felt she needed to be in her life.“Although I am very thankful for all the people I met through the program and what I learned during...[More]

Seagrens sentenced; judge sets out 24 months each - Apr. 4, 2018

Chris and Virginia (Suzanne) Seagren appeared in Linn County District Court on Monday, April 2, for sentencing in a case that began in 2016 following the report of a child missing from their home. The investigation that stemmed from that report resulted in criminal charges being filed in district court...[More]

Pleasanton denies CUP for tow lot - Apr. 4, 2018

The Pleasanton City Council discussed and reviewed a request for a conditional use permit (CUP) for a tow lot at 602 E. 10th St. for Saker Towing during their regular meeting on Monday, April 2.The council heard comments from Frank Pedersen in regard to the request for a CUP, with Pedersen noting he...[More]

First of several architects visit on jail study - Apr. 4, 2018

The first architectural firm touted their skills to the County Commissioners at their Monday meeting, as the commissioners are looking to conduct a study on what, if anything, Linn County needs in terms of a jail, courtroom or court complex.HMN Architects from Overland Park came with pictures of 11 jail...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Land without walls - Apr. 4, 2018

I wonder what Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer would think if I, or any number of other Americans, asked them if I could move in with them. I don’t want to pay for the room; I want them to support me, at least while I’m unemployed. I want them to pay for my medical care if I get sick while in...[More]

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