Few budget increases – mill levy could hold or decrease Jail, county attorney budgets show biggest increase - Jun. 28, 2017

It was no surprise that the largest budget increase of all county departments so far was the Linn County sheriff’s, expected to increase in 2018 by $332,828 – an increase attributable to a much larger prisoner population and subsequent farm-out costs. To see the full article, check out this...[More]

Michael Owen Calvert 07-15-1970 to 06-23-2017 - Jun. 27, 2017

Michael Owen Calvert, age 46, of Branson, Mo., passed away peacefully Friday, June 23, 2017, at Cox Medical Center Branson as a result of kidney failure.  Mike, or Calvy as he was known, had a very generous heart. His passion of riding four wheelers often resulted in his second passion of repairing...[More]

Minnie Mae Boyd 05-11-1933 to 06-20-2017 - Jun. 27, 2017

Minnie Mae Boyd, age 84, Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at Fort Scott Mercy Health Center. She was born on May 11, 1933, at Topeka, Kan., the daughter of Ben and Eva Culbertson Avey.  She worked as a homemaker as well as caring for others in their home.  She was...[More]

Randy G. Bolen 09-04-1951 to 06-22-2017 - Jun. 27, 2017

Randy G. Bolen, age 65, passed away on Thursday, June 22, 2017, at the Olathe Hospice House. He was born on Sept. 4, 1951, at Stuart, Neb., the son of George and Fern Cadwallader Bolen. He married Murie Calkins in 1994.  He worked in law enforcement as a police officer and as an agent for the...[More]

Royals will have decision to make at trade deadline - Jun. 21, 2017

The big question for the Royals even before the season began was what they were going to do at the trade deadline. This year the trade deadline is July 31 and is the time of year where teams in contention of the playoffs will go trade for players to make their teams better, and teams out of the playoffs...[More]

KSHSAA classification changes coming in 2018-2019 - Jun. 21, 2017

KSHSAA (Kansas State High School Activities Association) recently approved two proposals that would change the size and number in football classifications and the size in all classifications in all sports.These changes will begin not this next sports season but the following year in 2018-2019.The change...[More]

State Regent West of the DAR honored guest - Jun. 21, 2017

The Marais des Cygnes Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution hosted a luncheon and meeting held in May at the Paola Country Club. There were over 40 members and guests, including guest DAR chapters General Edward Hand, Ottawa; Cofachique, Iola; and Where the Trail...[More]

Speaker scheduled for garden meeting on June 27 - Jun. 21, 2017

Did you worry about flooding spring rains washing out your garden seeds? Did you know when to plant those vegetable transplants so that they wouldn’t get frozen? Those are not problems faced by fall gardening. More and more seed sources are developing varieties that thrive in the fall garden....[More]

Magliacano Metal Worx sets up shop in La Cygne - Jun. 21, 2017

A new business has moved into the La Cygne Industrial Park, and once the move is final Magliacano Metal Worx will be in full production.The company was started by Matt Magliacano in his parents’ backyard in 2006 doing custom metal work for race cars. A former race car driver himself, Magliacano...[More]

Pleasanton council looks at sidewalk options for 6th Street - Jun. 21, 2017

The Pleasanton City Council discussed the letting of bids for the sidewalk on Sixth Street during their meeting on Monday, June 19.The discussion soon turned to how to cross the tracks with the sidewalk. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the...[More]

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