Lady Buff softball punches 4th straight 4A-II state ticket - May. 17, 2017

For the fourth straight year, Prairie View’s softball team is off to the Class 4-A, Division II State Tournament.With wins Monday over Santa Fe Trail, 6-1, and host Osawatomie, 9-6, the Lady Buffalos, 13-6, advance to next week’s May 25 quarterfinals at Emporia State University’s Trusler...[More]

Community partner volunteers honored by Kansas PRIDE program Linn Valley resident receives award - May. 17, 2017

MANHATTAN – We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. – Winston Churchill, former British Prime MinisterThat is the thinking behind many a volunteer effort in communities across Kansas. For their efforts in improving their communities, several volunteers have been...[More]

McQueen receives Frances Marshall Reading Award - May. 17, 2017

Pleasanton Elementary gives one student the Frances Marshall Reading Award each year on the last day of school. This year’s recipient is Brooklyn McQueen.The award was presented by PES Principal Dave Thomas at the beginning of the Talent Show which was held last Friday, May 12.The award is named...[More]

Growing tobacco: Memories of a farmer’s son - May. 17, 2017

John Payne, who lives at The Residencies at Pleasanton, grew up in the Trading Post area where his family grew tobacco, which they harvested and sold at market to buyers such as RJ Reynolds and the American Tobacco Co. – ultimately making brands like Camel and Lucky Strike.“We grew White...[More]

Judge agrees to lift Krell ankle monitor order - May. 17, 2017

One bond stipulation for Keaton Michael Alan Krell has been relaxed.At a May 9 status conference hearing in Linn County District Court, Judge Terri L. Johnson, 6th Kansas Judicial District, sided with a defense team argument that Krell’s bond condition of wearing a required ankle tracking monitor...[More]

Commissioners hear from jail architect Costs estimate at approximately $75,000 per bed - May. 17, 2017

The Monday morning meeting conversation with Goldberg Group Architects (GGA), PC, was like listening to a tape recording of conversations from 2001 when County Commissioners Herb Pemberton, Tom Foerschler and Delbert Cannon heard the discussion of the need for a jail during Marvin Stites’ tenure...[More]

Pleasanton orders feasibility study on possible jail facility - May. 17, 2017

The city of Pleasanton brought discussions of purchasing the Cox Motor Co. property to a culmination at the City Council meeting on Monday, May 15 when they entered into a contract for that purpose with owners Jesse and Kathy Secrest.The contract sets out a purchase price of $250,000, with $50,000 being...[More]

Shirley Marie Bruner Ball 08-09-1941 to 05-10-2017 - May. 16, 2017

Linn County NewsPublished May 17, 2017Shirley Marie Bruner Ball of Garnett, Kan., was born Aug. 9, 1941, on the family farm near Xenia, Kan., and passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the age of 75. She was the seventh of 10 children born to Walter Eberlee Bruner and Agnes Mackie Bruner....[More]

Pleasanton track competes at Humboldt - May. 10, 2017

The Pleasanton track team traveled to Humboldt on May 4 to compete in the Humboldt Invitational.“The boys scored 38 points for seventh and the girls scored 18 points,” Head Coach Dan Saulsberry said.Nate Miller continued to lead the boys’ team as he placed first in the long jump, 19’...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Adrian Jones - May. 10, 2017

If you don’t watch local Kansas City news, you may not know about the Adrian Jones case.Adrian Jones? He was a 7-year-old boy who was abused to death by his father and stepmother, both now spending life, with a minimum of 25 years, in prison for his death.The case has captivated the news media...[More]

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