Dale L. Castleberry 03-15-1933 to 04-30-2022 - May. 11, 2022

Linn County News Published May 11, 2022 Dale L. Castleberry 89 of Garnett, Kan., died April 30, 2022, at St. Luke’s Hospital. Services were May 5-6 at Eddy-Birchard Funeral home in Osawatomie. Burial at Osawatomie Cemetery. ...[More]

Domestic violence: Emotional abuse and gaslighting - May. 11, 2022

As we learned in the last installment of this series, domestic violence and abuse go beyond the normal scope that one first imagines when you hear the term but it goes beyond the physical scope as well and often begins with an emotional rollercoaster that becomes an ingrained part of the victim. This...[More]

Prairie View softball defeats Osawatomie and Girard - May. 11, 2022

The Prairie View softball team played Osawatomie and Girard this past week. They hosted Osawatomie in a league doubleheader on May 3 and traveled to Girard for a single game on May 6. The Lady Buffs swept Osawatomie, 16-2 and 10-0, and won the single game against Girard, 9-7. The first game against...[More]

Jayhawk girls’ track place second at Northeast Arma - May. 11, 2022

The Jayhawk track team traveled to Northeast Arma on May 6 to compete in the Northeast Arma Invitational. The meet was originally scheduled for May 5 but was moved to May 6 due to weather. The Hawks did well at the meet as the girls placed second with 85 team points. The boys were fifth with 33.5 team...[More]

Pleasanton track places second at Iola JV Invitational - May. 11, 2022

The Pleasanton track team traveled to Iola on May 9 to compete in the Iola JV Invitational. The Jays did well as both the boys and girls placed second. The boys were second with 135 team points while the girls tied with Prairie View for second with 104 points. Colgan won the meet for the girls with...[More]

Commissioners pull funding for SRO program - May. 4, 2022

Send back to schools to fully fund Starting out a conversation dealing with budget considerations for 2023, District 1 Commissioner Rick James commented that taxes keep going up and said, “Revenue neutral should be a goal – and we met it.” After discussing the newly enacted revenue...[More]

County cuts city infrastructure fund for 2023 - May. 4, 2022

Cities to pick up taxes After the commissioners approved eliminating the School Resource Officer program from the 2023 budget cutting approximately $300,000, they next approved cutting the city infrastructure program that was started after the county received a $1 million windfall in taxes from the...[More]

Commissioner Rick James broaches county takeover of city fire departments - May. 4, 2022

After giving his weekly Fire and Emergency Management report, Fire Chief and EM Coordinator Doug Barlet answered several questions for District 1 Commissioner Rick James concerning the Rural Fire Department and various city departments. James inquired first of equipment available on La Cygne’s...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - May. 4, 2022

Roe v. Wade Very interesting – to say the least.  Cbn.com (Christian Broadcast Network) reported Tuesday, “A leaked Supreme Court draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito indicates that the court may be preparing to strike down the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade decision that made...[More]

Bishop walks Potawatomi Trail of Death - May. 4, 2022

On March 20 Indiana Bishop Doug Sparks set out on a walk that would take him through four states over the course of the next 43 days before finally arriving at his destination on May 1. As part of his posting with the diocese in Indiana, Spark was given a three month sabbatical after his first five...[More]

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