Two running for Linn County Fair queen - Jul. 19, 2017

This year there are two young ladies competing for the title of Linn County Fair queen.McKenzie Hank and Hannah Tingler are out and about in the county selling tickets and striving to reach the top spot.The winner will be crowned just before the demolition derby on Saturday, Aug. 5. To see the full...[More]

Pleasanton mill levy increasing - Jul. 19, 2017

During a discussion on the city of Pleasanton’s budget for 2018 at the council meeting on July 17, City Administrator Erica Kern stated that the mill levy for 2018 will be increasing by 1.712 mills.Kern noted that there are several large expenditures the city is looking at for next year that factored...[More]

County mill levy set to decrease for 2018 - Jul. 19, 2017

During a discussion on the county budget at the Linn County Commissioners meeting on Monday, July 17, County Clerk David Lamb stated that the mill levy for 2018 will be decreasing by approximately 2.439 mills.Lamb noted that he had made several adjustments for things he knows will have to be dealt with...[More]

Krell defense requests additional discovery by Aug. 1 - Jul. 19, 2017

The presiding district court judge has ordered the state’s attorney to provide additional discovery by Aug. 1 to the defense team of Keaton Michael Alan Krell.James Brun, Linn County attorney, said he would follow up on four requests for further facts requested by Sara Swain, Lawrence, lead defense...[More]

Arnold L. Ayers 11-06-1964 to 07-15-2017 - Jul. 18, 2017

Linn County NewsPublished July 19, 2017Arnold L. Ayers, age 52, of Blue Mound, Kan., passed away at his home on July 15, 2017. Arnold was born Nov. 6, 1964, in Garnett, Kan., the son of Jerilyn (Ginther) and Roger Ayers.He is survived by father Roger Ayers of Blue Mound; mother and stepfather Jerilyn...[More]

Pleasanton hosts boys’ T-ball tournament - Jul. 12, 2017

The Pleasanton T-ball teams hosted the Three Rivers League boys’ T-ball tournament on July 8-9.There were 10 teams in total in the tournament, which was double elimination. Moran 1 was the No. 1 seed at 9-0 and was followed by the No. 2 seed Moran 2, 8-1, the No. 3 seed Uniontown, 6-3, the No....[More]

Bully Pulpit: Mind molding - Jul. 12, 2017

Cheryl Reynolds, 2nd District chair of the Republican Party, was the guest speaker at the monthly Republican meeting last Monday. She said several interesting things, but one that obviously stuck in my mind. She stated in her teaching tenure that she prompts students to study in three fields: education,...[More]

Local baseball teams compete in multiple tournaments - Jul. 12, 2017

Multiple baseball teams of different ages competed in their league tournaments this past weekend.The 10U baseball tournament was in Garnett on July 7-8. Both Parker and La Cygne had teams compete in the tournament.There were six teams in total in the tournament, and the teams were split in groups of...[More]

La Cygne has a ‘Blast in the Park’ - Jul. 12, 2017

Saturday, July 8, was the second annual Blast in the Park for the community of La Cygne. This year they added a spectacular fireworks show to end the evening.  The community came out in full force for this free event. The volunteer fire department served hot dogs and hamburgers. There...[More]

Students in medical field shadowing at local clinics - Jul. 12, 2017

Three students heading into the medical field are shadowing physicians and staff at local clinics in Mound City and La Cygne, partnering with Olathe Health Systems as part of their training in their field.The students are working closely with Jay Allen, M.D., and other staff members. To see the full...[More]

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