SPECIAL: Notice of Heartland REC town hall - Mar. 1, 2021

  Heartland Rural Electric Cooperative will be hosting a virtual town hall at 11:30 a.m. this Wednesday, March 3, on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HeartlandREC. Mark Scheibe, Heartland chief executive officer, will host the event. Designed to discuss March energy bills,...[More]

Bruce Michael Mitchell 06-23-1953 to 02-27-2021 - Mar. 1, 2021

Linn County News Published March 3, 2021   Bruce Michael Mitchell, 67, of Blue Mound, Kan., died Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021, at St. Luke's East Hospital in Lee's Summit, Mo. Bruce was born June 23, 1953, in Moran, Kan., to Lloyd Gene and Betty Jo (Northway) Mitchell.  He attended...[More]

Janet Lynne New Keating 03-14-1950 to 02-23-2021 - Feb. 26, 2021

  Linn County News Published March 3, 2021   Janet Lynne New Keating 70, went to be with her Lord Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021. She passed away at her home in Bucyrus, Kan., after a prolonged illness. Daughter of Thomas Beauford New and Lora Irene Hewitt New, she was born March 14, 1950,...[More]

SPECIAL: Evergy Extends Disconnect Moratorium - Feb. 24, 2021

Evergy Extends Disconnect Moratorium Payment plans and financial assistance available for customers   KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 24, 2021 – Evergy will extend its moratorium on service disconnections through May 2. This temporary moratorium includes residential and small business customers...[More]

La Cygne answers remain in flux on gas index price spike City financial emergency resolution is anticipated - Feb. 24, 2021

The city of La Cygne, and by extension its natural gas customers, will not know right away the ramifications of last week’s free-market price index spike. In anticipation, however, city leaders were expected to pass a resolution to declare La Cygne’s state of financial emergency at a special...[More]

Condemnations take most time at Pleasanton’s council meeting - Feb. 24, 2021

A special condemnation hearing was held prior to the Pleasanton City Council meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16, to discuss a house owned by Dennis McCarty at 709 Center St. City Codes Officer Sandy Atkisson passed out pictures of the house to the council and said nothing has been done to the property, and it’s...[More]

Prairie View girls’ wrestling sends two to State - Feb. 24, 2021

The Prairie View girls’ wrestling team traveled to Anderson County on Feb. 19 to compete in the Girls’ Division II Sub-State tournament. The Buffalos brought four girls to the tournament and the team tied for 15th with Tonganoxie with 25 team points. Baldwin won the tournament with 129 team...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Feb. 24, 2021

Executive orders The Republic of the United States, our government, is based on a three-branch system: legislative, executive and judicial. Right now, we have executive doing the majority of the law making and Congress sits by watching. According to CNN.com, “Biden has signed more than 50 executive...[More]

Bullying: The four types, what they involve - Feb. 24, 2021

There are four basic and distinct types of bullying: physical, verbal, social and reactive. Physical bullying can involve hitting, kicking, pinching or pushing. It can also manifest as tripping, spitting or making rude hand gestures or otherwise attacking others and can sometimes go as far as to be...[More]

White advances to State for the Jayhawks - Feb. 24, 2021

  The Jayhawk wrestling team traveled to 3-1A Sub-State competition at Marion on Feb. 20.  The Hawks took four wrestlers to the competition and Corbin White was the lone Jayhawk to advance to the State tournament in Hays. As a team Jayhawk tied for 15th with Uniontown with 24.5 team points....[More]

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