Debbie Mangold 01-12-1955 to 11-22-2017 - Nov. 28, 2017

Linn County NewsPublished Nov. 29, 2017Debbie Mangold, age 62, of Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Nov. 22, 2017, at her home after an eight-year battle with frontal temporal dementia. She was born on Jan. 12, 1955, at Paola, Kan., the daughter of B.E. and Mary Allman Baxter.Debbie grew up in the Fontana,...[More]

Mercy Hospice honors Rhynerson for service in WW II - Nov. 22, 2017

LA CYGNE – Mercy Hospice honored the military service of Charles “Ed” Rhynerson earlier this month with his family at a ceremony in his rural home in La Cygne.Tech. Sgt. Rhynerson served in the U.S. Army from 1943 through 1946 during World War II. He served in an infantry division in...[More]

Thanks and giving at Prairie View - Nov. 22, 2017

Thanksgiving is a time of thanks and giving of thanks, but the students of Prairie View High School have also made it a time of giving.Led by the Prairie View Student Council the high school held a Day Out Canned Food Drive on Nov. 21.The Day Out Canned Food Drive has students collect food for the food...[More]

Linn County’s top high school cross country runners - Nov. 22, 2017

Cross country season is over, and all the runners from all three Linn County schools, Jayhawk, Pleasanton and Prairie View, ran hard this past season.However, this article will look at and recognize the top runners from each school for boys and girls.PleasantonKai Sombatchareun was the Blu-Jay primary...[More]

2017 All County volleyball team - Nov. 22, 2017

None of the Linn County high school volleyball teams had great seasons this year, but all the girls played hard and put forth the effort to make the most of their season. A few girls stood out from the rest and are being recognized as being a member of the Linn County News’ 2017 All County volleyball...[More]

Bully Pulpit: It all begins with kindness - Nov. 22, 2017

I’m looking at our world and watching Hollywood explode – or implode, whatever the case – seeing Washington, D.C., explode and seeing a movement from people, who have been trodden on by others, to become empowered individuals and not victims.Sexual harassment, rape, sexual assault and...[More]

PHS sends first-ever squad to KSHASAA Game Day cheer competition - Nov. 22, 2017

It all started with a simple goal: Be the first competitive squad. Coach Erika Gilbert set the goal into motion with her squad of 25. The first step was getting her girls on board. This was perhaps the easiest step in the process. Next, it was time to get the support of the parents followed by the Pleasanton...[More]

Tiny houses and building codes in county discussion - Nov. 22, 2017

Meghan Stewart, Linn County Zoning Administrator, opened the door to a big discussion on “tiny houses” at the County Commissioners’ meeting on Monday.“People are living in storage containers and 300-feet-or-less housing,” said Stewart.She questioned if the County Commissioners...[More]

Republicans hold fall picnic - Nov. 22, 2017

Monday, Nov. 20, was the date of the annual Linn County Republican Women’s picnic held in Blue Mound. Those attending got to partake of barbecued meat and a host of other tasty food dishes.President Jane Wade brought the meeting to order, and after Karl Kempinger said grace, attendees ate.Following...[More]

Linn Valley man pleads guilty of distribution of marijuana and felony obstruction - Nov. 22, 2017

Forgoing a jury trial, Jason L. Jones pleaded guilty to two counts in Linn County District Court following his arrest April 24 by Linn Valley Police Officer Joe Rogers. Count I was: distributing marijuana; 450 grams-30 kilograms. Court documents read that Jones feloniously and intentionally, knowingly...[More]

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