Barn Antiques to host eighth annual holiday sale, food drive - Nov. 11, 2020

Barn Antiques will be hosting their eighth annual Holiday Sale and Food Drive event, Feeding Families for Thanksgiving, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, in the Ernie Price Annex at 309 W. 13th St. in Pleasanton. “This event helps so many in our community, and the more that know, the...[More]

Sandness’ bring home champion buckles from Extreme Cowboy Racing event - Nov. 11, 2020

It’s not a lot of families that get to share in competition of one sport; but Rick and Beth Sandness’ family do. The men compete in the Extreme Cowboy Racing event and Beth backs them up in the office – each bringing home a buckle, a title and an honor. Beth said that the Extreme Cowboy...[More]

Sudden stop in vote reporting suggests election fraud - Nov. 11, 2020

To understand the chaos on 2020 election night it is critical to revisit that of 2016.  But first, all went smoothly until about 11:00 P.M. EST, Joe Biden being ahead most of the time.  Suddenly eight states Florida, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Nov. 11, 2020

An election stolen 2020 will be a year for the record books, books that I’m all for burning so the memory fades quickly.  Between Coronavirus that tanked our booming economy, caused division between the maskers and non-maskers and the consistent hatred coming from the Left, the election...[More]

Wreck on 69 ends up in ravine near railroad tracks - Nov. 11, 2020

Linn County firefighters and emergency personnel responded to the scene of a wreck at mile marker 88 in the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 69 just outside of Pleasanton on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 5. Upon arriving on scene they found the vehicle involved in the crash had left the roadway and...[More]

USD 362 elementary schools to get interactive panels - Nov. 11, 2020

La Cygne and Parker elementary schools will each be receiving five ClearTouch classroom interactive panels to be installed during the Christmas break. The total $45,775 purchase from Kansas City (Mo.) Audio-Visual was approved at Monday’s Unified School District board of education meeting on a...[More]

USD 346 discusses county quarantine procedures - Nov. 11, 2020

During the regular monthly meeting of Jayhawk-Linn school board, discussion was had over quarantine procedures. Superintendent Royce Powelson informed the board as of  Monday, Nov. 9, there were 41 students gone from school who were on COVID-19 precaution. He elaborated that several were call-ins...[More]

USD 344 going to virtual learning Nov. 16 – Dec. 1 - Nov. 11, 2020

Board members of USD 344 voted to send grades 7 - 12 students back to virtual learning Monday, Nov. 16 until the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Dec. 1. Board member Stetson Kern said, “We’re leaving grade school students in because it’s harder for them to learn virtually than the older...[More]

Thomas Franklin “T.F.” Edmonds 01-14-1928 to 11-06-2020 - Nov. 10, 2020

Linn County News Published Nov. 11, 2020   Thomas Franklin “T.F.” Edmonds, age 92, Blue Mound, Kan., passed away on Friday Nov. 6, 2020. He was born on Jan. 14, 1928, in Burbank, Calif., the son of Dale and Dorthea Curran Edmonds. He graduated from Blue Mound High School.  T.F....[More]

Orville J. Cole 03-04-1928 to 11-07-2020 - Nov. 10, 2020

Linn County News Published Nov. 4, 2020   Orville J. Cole, age 92, passed away on Nov. 7, 2020, at Olathe Medical Center. He was born in Garnett, Kan., on March 4, 1928, the son of Ray D. Cole and Edna Mae (Reinfeld) Cole. He spent his entire life in Anderson County, Kan., with the exception...[More]

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