Prescott City Council - Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 - Oct. 12, 2022

*From notes by City Clerk Kathy Woods   The October 10, 2022, meeting of Prescott city council opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Councilman Ron Roberts was absent. A motion was made and passed to approve Sept. 12, 2022 council meeting minutes. Then a motion was made and passed...[More]

USD 346 School Board - Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 - Oct. 12, 2022

The USD 346 School Board met on Monday, Oct. 10, and began their meeting with the approval of the agenda, the minutes of the last meeting, the financial report, and the payment of bills and payroll. Superintendent Shawn Thomas reported that the audit with Diehl, Banwart and Bolton went well and...[More]

Pleasanton USD 344 - Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 - Oct. 12, 2022

Members of Pleasanton USD 344 school board met on Monday, Oct. 10, for their regular monthly meeting. Following the opening of the meeting, the board heard from Terry Sercer, CPA of Diehl Banwart & Bolton. Sercer, who performed the annual budget audit for the district, shared with the board...[More]

Defense in Martin case moves for dismissal - Oct. 12, 2022

Cites failure to comply with constitutional right to speedy trial as grounds for motion; motion denied   On Sept. 15, 2022, Thomas Bath, attorney for defendant Lonnie Shane Martin in case 2019-CR-000210, filed a motion for dismissal of the case on the grounds that the prosecution had failed to...[More]

La Cygne to repeal charter ordinance - Oct. 12, 2022

Split vote will return all City Park responsibilities to municipality   On a split 4-2 vote, city leaders have agreed to repeal La Cygne’s Charter Ordinance No. 7 and return to the city after 35 years all management and control of its City Park. At the regular council meeting last Wednesday,...[More]

Commissioners accept bid for writing zoning regulations - Oct. 12, 2022

During the meeting of the Linn County Commissioners on Tuesday, Oct. 11, Linn County Planning and Zoning Administrator Darin Wilson reported to commissioners that the Planning and Zoning board had sought bids for writing the county zoning regulations in an effort to get them all written cohesively. Wilson...[More]

Land stewardship and use key to FFA land judging - Oct. 12, 2022

Approximately 150 students from a dozen area high schools converged on property north of Centerville Wednesday, Sept. 28 to compete in the annual FFA land judging competition. Four sites were prepared with a trench dug in each that allowed students to see four feet down below the surface of the pasture....[More]

Ray of Hope Fish Fry fundraiser set for Oct. 15 - Oct. 12, 2022

Ray of Hope, a non-profit organization that helps provide needed items for children in foster care, will be holding their annual Fish Fry and Silent Auction fundraiser on Oct. 15 at the La Cygne Community Building, 204 Commercial Street, from 5 to 7 p.m. Ray of Hope was started over ten years ago in...[More]

1-Stop celebrates 20 years in business - Oct. 12, 2022

1 Stop is celebrating their 20-year anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 15, with an open house from 2-4 p.m. Cake and punch will be served for the event. “We made it 20 years!” said owner Sue Page,”1-Stop is the only 20-year, Linn County restaurant  and convenience store with a single...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Oct. 12, 2022

Not in my backyard I think the Grateful Dead hit the nail on the head when they penned, “what a long, strange trip it’s been” in one of their songs; and, with the immigration debacle going on at the border, a long, strange trip it is, indeed. The lack of a strong border has been an...[More]

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