Robert Aguilera Ruiz 01-11-1955 to 12-20-2017 - Dec. 22, 2017

Linn County NewsPublished Dec. 27, 2017Robert “Bobby” Aguilera Ruiz, age 62, Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017, at his home in Pleasanton. He was born on Jan. 11, 1955, at Kansas City, Mo., the son of Santo Macias and Josephine Aguilera Ruiz. He worked as a nuclear...[More]

Jayhawk basketball splits against Cass Midway - Dec. 20, 2017

The Jayhawk basketball team hosted a non-league game before Christmas break against Missouri’s Cass Midway on Dec. 14.The Hawks split against Midway with the girls losing 40-34 and the boys winning in a rout, 55-29.The girls’ game started out close as both teams were tied after one quarter,...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Merry Christmas - Dec. 20, 2017

Next Monday is the day that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A day that is so special that the majority of the world celebrates with lights, special gift giving to friends and family, and setting aside time to give thanks to God that he loved us enough to send a Savior – a Savior...[More]

Prairie View basketball falls to Santa Fe Trail, Iola - Dec. 20, 2017

The Prairie View basketball teams traveled to Santa Fe Trail on Dec. 12 and Iola on Dec. 15 for two league games before Christmas break.Both the boys’ and girls’ teams fell to Santa Fe Trail in a rout, 54-34 in the girls’ game and 61-33 in the boys’ game, but lost in close games...[More]

SD 362 considers appeal of La Cygne zoning-change denial - Dec. 20, 2017

Prairie View Unified School District 362 has just over two weeks to appeal a zoning-change denial in Linn County District Court.The school district’s request for the change at its bus barn location was rejected by the city of La Cygne.On a 3-2 vote at their regular meeting Dec. 6, the City Council...[More]

PVHS art class wins new pottery wheel - Dec. 20, 2017

On Thursday, Dec. 7, Joe Summers, Prairie View High School (PVHS) art teacher, along with several of his students made a trip to Lawrence to pick up a brand-new electric pottery wheel the class won in an essay contest sponsored by Brackers Good Earth Clays, the company from which Summers orders the clay...[More]

Ringing the bells: Raising money for Linn County - Dec. 20, 2017

Since mid-November, bell ringers have been up front and visible at all three grocery stores in the county, ringing their bells and coaxing shoppers to give just a little at each trip to the store.The bell ringers are part of a program through the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles project in which the...[More]

The Spirit of Opportunity - Dec. 20, 2017

The Spirit of “O” or “Opportunity” is a long-standing Christmas tradition at Prairie View High School (PVHS). This event was started by a staff member at PVHS 14 years ago for students that are a part of the Level 4 and 5 programs. Tools, toys, games, movies and various other...[More]

Linn Valley fire chief charged with misuse of public funds - Dec. 20, 2017

Following a phone call from a Linn Valley citizen to Police Chief Corey Murrison concerning the use of a city credit card for personal reasons, an investigation was launched resulting in the arrest of Linn Valley Fire Chief Dan Smith Thursday, Nov. 30, by the Linn County Sheriff’s Department. He...[More]

Court grants trial delay for Krell cases - Dec. 20, 2017

A local district court judge has granted a continuance for jury trials involving a former Prairie View High teacher/coach.In Linn County District Court, Judge Terri L. Johnson, 6th Kansas Judicial District, set a status conference check at 11 a.m. Jan. 22 for Keaton Krell, who has pleaded not guilty...[More]

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