New defense counsel forces Krell continuance - Mar. 15, 2017

A plea hearing continuance has been granted to Keaton Michael Alan Krell for 2 p.m. April 25 in Linn County District Court.Krell, a former Prairie View High teacher/coach, was arrested last May 19 on the final day of classes and subsequently charged with 20 counts for felony unlawful sexual relations...[More]

Locals trucking hay to Ashland in Kansas - Mar. 15, 2017

Utter destruction by fire‘It’s all gone; there’s nothing left’ Five people killed, 30,000 head of cattle in Kansas alone, and hundreds of livelihoods destroyed in a few days of wildfire – utter destruction, from the fences to homes that have stood for generations.After...[More]

Deputy involved in wreck - Mar. 15, 2017

A driver of a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant was fleeing from Osawatomie police officers when the chase crossed into Linn County.Linn County Deputy Tanner Ogden headed into the northern part of Linn County to make himself available should assistance be requested by Miami County officers. To see the full article,...[More]

Clifford DeWayne Benbrook 06-30-1971 to 02-25-2017 - Mar. 14, 2017

Clifford DeWayne Benbrook, age 45, Paola, Kan., formerly of Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, at the Miami County Medical Center. He was born on June 30, 1971, at Butler, Mo., the son of Jerry and Fay McCulley Benbrook.He graduated from Pleasanton High School in the Class of 1990.He...[More]

Max Byerley 02-16-1915 to 03-06-2017 - Mar. 14, 2017

Max Gordon Byerley, age 102, of Parker, Kan., passed away Monday, March 6, 2017, at Hospice House in Olathe, Kan.“Mick,” as he was known to all, was born to William and Louisa Antoinette (Willis) Byerley on Feb. 16, 1915. He was a lifelong resident of Linn County, Kan., and lived south of...[More]

Ardell Hearn 05-09-1925 to 03-03-2017 - Mar. 14, 2017

Ardell Hearn, 91, passed away peacefully with her family by her side at home on March 3, 2017, in Parker, Ariz.She was born one of seven children on May 9, 1925, to Willard and Faye “Pearl” Bush at the family home in Walnut, Mo., along with Myrth “Monty,” Vina Mae, Mavis, Margory,...[More]

Buffalo teams lose at sub-state to league foes - Mar. 8, 2017

Prairie View basketball teams ended their seasons with first-round Class 4-A, Division II sub-state losses last week at Santa Fe Trail.The boys’ team never led Thursday against Osawatomie, falling in the season series’ rubber game, 49-38. The Lady Buffalos, despite playing virtually even...[More]

Blu-Jay teams finish seasons at St. Mary’s-Colgan - Mar. 8, 2017

Both Pleasanton teams started quickly at St. Mary’s-Colgan Feb. 27.The Pittsburg-based parochial school’s depth won out in both cases, however, ending Pleasanton’s basketball seasons in the first round of the Uniontown 2-A sub-state.Though jumping to an early 6-1 lead, the Lady Blu-Jays...[More]

Jayhawk boys’ basketball finishes season as sub-state runner-up - Mar. 8, 2017

The Jayhawk boys’ basketball team competed in the 3A sub-state tournament this past week looking for the opportunity to be the first boys’ team in Jayhawk’s history to advance to the State Tournament.The Hawks started by hosting Cherryvale on Feb. 28. The Hawks entered as the four seed...[More]

American Legion reaches out to local veterans - Mar. 8, 2017

Members of the Hewitt New American Legion Post No. 248 in Mound City held a meet and greet for Pleasanton area veterans on Thursday, March 2, at the Linn County Insurance office in Pleasanton.Kenny Schmitz, post commander, stated, “The purpose of the ‘meet and greet’ was to provide...[More]

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