2017 All County baseball team - Jun. 14, 2017

The high school baseball season is over and it is time to announce Linn County News’ 2017 All County baseball team.Both Jayhawk-Linn and Prairie View had some great players this year that deserve to be on this year’s All County team.Jayhawk had a good season this year with a 13-4 record....[More]

Secrest wins Kansas Trapshooters Association handicap championship - Jun. 14, 2017

Kansas’ largest trapshooting event was held last week in Sedgwick in the Kansas Trapshooters Association (KTA) state shoot. Approximately 500-600 shooters from Kansas and other states converge at KTA for a week of competition featuring singles, handicap and doubles trapshooting.Among those shooters...[More]

Parker council passes formal sales tax exchange resolution - Jun. 14, 2017

Parker’s City Council last Thursday formally endorsed a 1-percent sales tax exchange question for the Nov. 7 general election ballot.Approved unanimously on Lance Burroughs’ motion and Ryan Sobba’s second, Mayor Wayne Burk said the measure will now be sent to Gary Thompson, city attorney,...[More]

Road district consolidation public focus again - Jun. 14, 2017

The County Commissioners again heard from residents of Road District 2 when Larry Bogan and son Loren spoke out against the road district consolidation that has been discussed for the last few weeks. Larry Bogan commented, “I’m getting representation on my taxes. I’m opposed to redistricting...[More]

Mid-America Nutrition asked to price full-meal delivery program - Jun. 14, 2017

Senior meals are not ending – only the way they are distributed to senior centers may be changing if the county gets a favorable figure from Mid-America Nutrition. MAN Director Martha Hagedorn-Krass met with the County Commissioners to ask for the yearly $54,500 budget, at which discussion turned...[More]

James Kenneth “Kenny” McClanahan 03-01-1934 to 06-08-2017 - Jun. 13, 2017

Linn County NewsPublished June 14, 2017James Kenneth “Kenny” McClanahan, 83, La Cygne, Kan., passed away on Thursday, June 8, 2017. He was born on March 1, 1934, in La Cygne, the second of eight children born to Elmer and Fern Edwards McClanahan. Kenny graduated from La Cygne High School...[More]

PCVNH residents compete at 2017 Miami County Senior Olympics - Jun. 7, 2017

The PCVNH team wins “Top Facility” with four gold medals in all at the 2017 Miami County Senior Olympics held June 2 at Osawatomie High School. The event was sponsored by the Life Care Center of Osawatomie. Pictured at right are: front row, left to right, Jordia Praither, Evelyn Ham, Laurel...[More]

La Cygne Library: Working to build a better world - Jun. 7, 2017

The La Cygne Library has plans this summer to help build a better world for local residents, and with the assistance of Kathy Goul, a K-State Extension professional, the library has found a way to do that within their summer reading camp.The camp began June 5 and will run through Friday, June 9, and...[More]

Public, county officials powwow road redistricting - Jun. 7, 2017

After two hours of sometimes contentious discussion, Linn County Commissioners and more than a dozen Road District 2 patrons agreed that a more specific public plan is necessary before proceeding with a possible consolidation of road districts.At the County Commission’s May 30 weekly meeting, Vicki...[More]

Commissioners hear from 2nd jail architect group - Jun. 7, 2017

Architect Jeff Lane of TreanorHL, architectural firm for Anderson County jail, visited with the County Commission Monday letting them know that his firm is interested in becoming a resource for them in their mission to explore possibly building a new jail.Lane recounted that this year Linn County already...[More]

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