Bully Pulpit: Thank you, WikiLeaks. - Nov. 2, 2016

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus and yes, voters, Clinton stepped on her butt for the thousandth time and WikiLeaks is my new hero. Holy cow, if I were a Democrat I’d be producing garden compost in my britches. But, I have to say, as a Republican, it’s about dang time something caught...[More]

Pleasanton finishes season strong - Nov. 2, 2016

Several things hung in the balance last Thursday night when the Pleasanton Jays stepped on the field: A chance to finish tied for second in the Three Rivers League Lower Division. A chance to finish in third place in their Eight Man-Division II District. A chance to finish their season with momentum.   All...[More]

Pleasanton Drug Co. expands services - Nov. 2, 2016

Pleasanton Drug Co. opened their doors to the public Jan. 11, 2016. Since then they have adjusted and added to their services to better meet the needs of the communities they serve. The largest hurdle they have had to overcome thus far has been simply getting the word out that they are open and they...[More]

Allen medals for the Buffalos at State - Nov. 2, 2016

Brooke Allen was the lone representative for the Prairie View cross country team at the 4A State meet at Wamego on Oct. 29 but did quite well as she medaled at the meet, placing tenth with a time of 20:12.    “She ran a brilliant race in Wamego. Despite it being the toughest course...[More]

Pleasanton Dinner Theatre brims with scandal, duplicity - Nov. 2, 2016

The Pleasanton Dinner Theatre’s fall musical melodrama promises to be an evening of fun and laughter, mixed in with a few dastardly twists and turns.   Opening night is slated for Friday, Nov. 11, and with approximately 30 cast members, all of whom are junior high and high school students,...[More]

Above average soybean yields fill storage ... and then some - Nov. 2, 2016

Above average soybean yields on top of at least average corn harvest yields have Linn County storage facilities filled to the brim.   Brian Leuker, Linn County executive director for the federal Farm Service Agency, said the current soybean harvest consistently eclipses the county average...[More]

Commission hears preliminary assisted living report - Nov. 2, 2016

The Linn County Commission Monday heard a preliminary report of last month’s series of focus group meetings to study current and future senior citizen needs.   The eight sessions were conducted at five county sites between Oct. 3-6. To see the full article, check out this week's edition...[More]

County clerk expects high election turnout - Nov. 2, 2016

If advance voting numbers are any indication, Linn County participation in Tuesday’s general election will be high.   David Lamb, county clerk and chief elections officer, told the Linn County Commission at Monday’s weekly meeting that advance voting at the courthouse through...[More]

William Wesley “Bill” Ross Jr. 05-06-1922 to 10-27-2016 - Nov. 1, 2016

William Wesley “Bill” Ross Jr. known to many as “Jim,” age 94, died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at the Life Care Center of Osawatomie. Bill was born May 6, 1922, in Centerville, Kan., the seventh of eight children born to William Wesley and Effie May (Jinks) Ross. He grew up on...[More]

Rex Daniel Smith 12-12-1945 to 10-23-2016 - Nov. 1, 2016

Rex Daniel Smith, age 70, Gardnerville, Nev., formerly of Linn County, Kan., passed away on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, at his home. He was born in Orange, Calif., the son of Clayton and Treva Towels Smith. After graduating from high school he attended Pittsburg State University and earned a BS in Business...[More]

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