Prairie View girls still looking for first win at midseasontournament at Burlington - Jan. 25, 2017

The Lady Buffs are still looking for their first win and traveled this last week to Burlington to compete in the Burlington midseason tournament.Prairie View went 0-3 in the tournament and is still looking for that first win. However, the girls continue to play hard and came close to that first win against...[More]

Pleasanton girls place fourth at midseason tournament - Jan. 25, 2017

The Pleasanton girls’ basketball team hosted their annual midseason tournament this past week and ended up placing fourth.The Lady Jays were a two seed in the tournament and were in pool play with the three seed Oswego and the six seed Marmaton Valley. To see the full article, check out this week's...[More]

Continuous learning curve for appreciative lifetime diverse horseman - Jan. 25, 2017

From the days of handling the lines of his father’s work team, horses have been close to his heart and soul.“My initial interest in horses was directly influenced by how dad understood and handled horses,” credited John Teagarden of La Cygne.That foundation developed Teagarden to be...[More]

School winners headed to county spelling bee - Jan. 25, 2017

Three students from each elementary school in the county are headed to the Linn County Spelling Bee set for 9:45 a.m. Feb. 1 at the Prairie View Performing Arts Center. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here....[More]

Nazarene Church to welcome special guest speaker - Jan. 25, 2017

Jennie Noriega grew up in New Mexico. Half Mexican, half Indian, she never felt like she fit in anywhere until she found drugs, and through them what she thought was her niche in life.Her drug use brought her a myriad of problems, starting with being removed from her home in New Mexico and sent to California,...[More]

County seeking part-time senior citizen help through senior organization - Jan. 25, 2017

Jackie Messer, Linn County public works field supervisor, commented to the County Commissioners Monday that he could use part-time help from time to time. For instance, his Courthouse Annex assistant was out for a funeral, and he wanted to go into the field – he couldn’t because there was...[More]

Mound City sells land to Dollar General Corp. - Jan. 25, 2017

The City Council of Mound City held a quick special meeting last Monday afternoon to approve the sale of a strip of land that Dollar General wants to acquire to build a new store north of the old nursing home on Kansas Highway 7.The council approved the amount of $5,000 for the approximate three-fourth...[More]

Ungeheuer bridge construction to close road 2 - 3 months - Jan. 25, 2017

Engineers from Pfefferkorn Engineering have informed Linn County personnel that Ungeheuer Road between County Roads 700 and 800 will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 31, first thing in the morning, due to construction on the box bridge. This is not the historic arched bridge.Jackie Messer, county field supervisor,...[More]

Billy “Bill” Ray Redman - Jan. 24, 2017

Billy “Bill” Ray Redman passed Jan. 17, 2017. There was cremation. No services were held per his request. Arrangements: Bruce Funeral Home, Gardner, Kan., (913) 856-7111. ...[More]

Donald Eugene Whitcomb 04-21-1937 to 01-20-2017 - Jan. 24, 2017

Donald Eugene Whitcomb, age 79, of Centerville, Kan., passed away on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, at Residential Living Center, Garnett. He was born April 21, 1937, in Xenia, Kan., the son of Charles Melvin and Ruth Alberta (Main) Whitcomb. He graduated from Blue Mound High School with the Class of 1956.Donald...[More]

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