Billie Joe Avery 04-30-1926 to 09-19-2016 - Sep. 20, 2016

Billie Joe “Bill” Avery, age 90, Centerville, Kan., passed away on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, at Vintage Park in Osawatomie, Kan. He was born on April 30, 1926, at Garnett, Kan., the son of Horace and Winifred Crozier Avery.  He attended school in Ottawa, Kan. He left high school during...[More]

JV volleyball participates in MVHS tournament - Sep. 14, 2016

MORAN – The Pleasanton Lady Jays junior varsity volleyball squad traveled to Moran Saturday to play in the annual JV tournament hosted by Marmaton Valley High School. Several different schools sent JV squads to participate. Due to the size of the tournament, sets went to 15 points instead of the...[More]

Jayhawk football stomps Uniontown - Sep. 14, 2016

The Jayhawk football team hosted their home opener against Uniontown on Sept. 9 and was the first of the 11-man Three Rivers’ teams to see Uniontown after they switched to 11-man from 8-man. Both teams were coming off wins as Jayhawk defeated Neodesha 26-12 and Uniontown dominated Southeast Cherokee...[More]

Prairie View cross country does well at Lyndon Invitational - Sep. 14, 2016

The Prairie View cross country team traveled to Santa Fe Trail to compete in the Lyndon Invitational on Sept. 8.   The team did well as the varsity girls really stood out. Both girls who competed in varsity placed in the top 10. Brooke Allen placed second with a time of 24:40 while Liza Heide...[More]

Coming full circle - Sep. 14, 2016

  Al Hinds returns to his employment roots Four decades ago, back in the 1970s, the Pleasanton grocery store leased out its meat department to Bob Hargrove. It was here at Bob’s Quality Meats that a young Al Hinds went to work for his father-in-law, learning the proper way to cut meat and...[More]

Thunderbirds 4-H - Sep. 14, 2016

The September meeting of the Thunderbirds was called to order on Friday, Sept.9, at 6:30 p.m. at the Parker Heritage Park by president Clayton Sharrow. Copenhagen Browning led the 4-H Pledge and flag salute. Roll call was “your favorite pie” answered by 10 members. To see the full article,...[More]

La Cygne resident disputes mowing bill - Sep. 14, 2016

At meeting’s end, council voids charges Judy Albright took on the proverbial “city hall” at La Cygne’s city council meeting last Wednesday, Sept. 7. Not until the next day did she learn she had won.   To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the...[More]

USD 362 ups insurance on buildings - Sep. 14, 2016

Monday action also increases administrator, substitute pay Unified School District 362 voted to increase insurance premiums covering their buildings, as well as increase administrator and teachers’ substitute pay for 2016-17 at their regular monthly board meeting...[More]

County attorney files cases in investigation initiated by missing boy report - Sep. 14, 2016

Linn County Attorney John Sutherland filed two cases in court against foster parents arrested following an investigation that came about due to a missing child report.   Case 2016-CR-165 was filed against Virginia Suzanne Seagren. Case 2016-CR-166 was filed against Christian Seagren. To see the...[More]

Life’s mental milestones - Sep. 14, 2016

This past Sunday’s commemoration of the 9/11 terrorist attacks marks 15 years since that surreal Tuesday morning in New York City, Washington, D.C., and rural Pennsylvania. In some respects, though, the horror of four commercial jetliners falling out of the sky seems like only yesterday. Maybe...[More]

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