Wayne Dean Clay 09-20-1951 to 01-19-2021 - Jan. 21, 2021

Linn County News Published Jan. 27, 2021   Wayne Dean Clay, age 69, DeSoto, Kan., passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021. Graveside funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Pleasanton Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. until departure for cemetery at the...[More]

Special: Today January 20th, the United States became a Socialist Country - Jan. 20, 2021

  Our Founding Fathers knew that we would face enemies of the Republic, foreign and domestic, who would seek to overthrow us—even from within.  Normally this is seen as another country attacking us but does include ideologies to destroy the Republic and/or cyber warfare as is the...[More]

Hawk wrestling wins six team dual for league championship - Jan. 20, 2021

The Jayhawk wrestling team traveled to Uniontown on Jan. 12 to compete in a six team dual for the Three Rivers League championship. The six teams involved in the dual were Three Rivers’ members Jayhawk-Linn, Southeast Cherokee and Uniontown. The three other teams Burden Central, Flint Hills, and...[More]

Pleasanton girls’ basketball defeats Jayhawk - Jan. 20, 2021

The Pleasanton girls’ basketball team traveled to Jayhawk-Linn on Jan. 12 to face the Lady Hawks in league competition. Both teams battled in a low scoring game but it was the Lady Jays who came out on top, 32-25. The game started with Pleasanton having an 11-4 first quarter lead. The Lady Jays...[More]

Prairie View boys’ basketball falls to Anderson County - Jan. 20, 2021

The Prairie View boys’ basketball team traveled to Anderson County on Jan. 12 to compete in league competition against the Bulldogs. The game started close as Anderson County had a narrow 12-10 lead after one quarter. The Buffalos still trailed in the second quarter but did not allow Anderson...[More]

Amsterdam’s Farm Market a shopper’s delight - Jan. 20, 2021

If you happen over to the Amsterdam Café for a meal, take a few minutes to saunter across the street to a little store called Farm Market. Owned by Randy Weiss, the owner and operator of the café, Farm Market offers its shoppers a variety of goods, from stylish purses and bags to vintage...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Jan. 20, 2021

Reverse everything – hypocrisy Black Lives Matter became a household word through much of the United States, and maybe the world, after last summer’s riots led by the Democratically-supported activist group. Given some of the deaths and incidents that occurred last year; that activity was...[More]

Pleasanton sidewalk project starts Tuesday - Jan. 20, 2021

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) plans to start work on a sidewalk project at Pleasanton on Tuesday, Jan. 19, weather permitting. New sidewalks will be constructed at the following locations: *Ash Street, from 15th Street north to West 10th Street. *West 10th Street, from Ash Street...[More]

Harding reports on first week as county attorney - Jan. 20, 2021

Says his position is part-time; hires paralegal   Newly elected County Attorney Burton Harding told commissioners it had been a “whirlwind first week,” and noted that with over 200 cases set for this week alone he is working on clearing up some of the load. Harding further reported...[More]

Silver Haired Legislator needed for Linn County - Jan. 20, 2021

The Silver Haired Legislature elections will be held on March 17, 2021. Linn County currently has no representative. The East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging is seeking individuals who are age 60 and over in Linn County to run for this position. Information on the role and duty of a Silver Haired...[More]

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