Prairie View track places 1st, 2nd at Pleasanton Invitational - Apr. 18, 2018

The Prairie View track team traveled to Pleasanton on April 10 to compete in the Pleasanton Invitational.Both the boys’ and girls’ teams did well as the girls placed first with 149 team points and the boys placed second with 111 points. A complete list of all the teams and their placings...[More]

Drug bust nets arrest, various drugs - Apr. 18, 2018

Linn Valley Reserve Officer Dustin Stuteville was involved in a U.S. Highway 69 stop at 10 p.m. Friday, April 13, that netted a drug bust when he pulled a vehicle over for an equipment violation.According to Police Chief Corey Murrison, Stuteville smelled a strong odor of marijuana when he visited with...[More]

JLHS dinner theatre - Apr. 18, 2018

Submitted photoCast members of the JLHS dinner theatre production rehearse scenes as they prepare for opening night. Clockwise from top: Illinois Jane (Emily Willis, second from right) makes a deal with Captain Nobeard (Casey Garcia, second from left); the mime (Brianna Baldwin) gets her digs in on the...[More]

JLHS to present dinner theatre - Apr. 18, 2018

Jayhawk-Linn High School (JLHS) will present a dinner theatre featuring the play “Illinois Jane and the Pyramid of Peril” on Friday, April 27, and Saturday, April 28. The dinner portion of the evening will be provided by the Spanish Club in an effort to help fund a trip to Europe in 2019....[More]

Going to the dogs: Rescue organization focuses on bigger picture - Apr. 18, 2018

Regina McClellan of Parker grew up in New York but eventually landed in Georgia, and it was there that she found her heart’s passion.While living in Georgia, Regina became involved in trying to help stop dog fighting, a practice in which dogs are literally placed in a pen and allowed to fight until...[More]

Prairie View board hears ā€˜20 Timeā€™ efforts - Apr. 18, 2018

Students and faculty facilitators involved in a new Prairie View High learning experience explained their unit to Unified School District 362 members at the regular monthly meeting April 9.Though not claiming the unit as an original idea, Pam Dunlop told the board that her English 9 honors class of 15...[More]

Bully Pulpit: Crime reports - Apr. 18, 2018

Sounds simple, but apparently there is a lot more involved than the average person has an idea about. Last week I pulled numbers from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) crime statistics site, http://www.kansas.gov/kbi/stats/stats_crime.shtml, and ran them with a coninciding story on drug arrests...[More]

McNabb pleads no contest to 2 counts of 1st-degree premeditated murder - Apr. 18, 2018

David Patrick McNabb appeared in Linn County District Court Wednesday, April 11, for a preliminary examination and hearing on his request for immunity. With that, District Judge Mark Ward said that the defendant was entering a plea, and the preliminary hearing was actually a plea agreement.Assistant...[More]

KBI crime report prompts questions on results, statute for local agencies - Apr. 18, 2018

Following last week’s story concerning Linn Valley’s success in stopping drug offenders and corresponding charts pulled from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) statistics on adult drug offenses site, questions and comments surfaced concerning why low numbers of offenses showed the way...[More]

Going to the dogs: Rescue organization focuses on bigger picture - Apr. 17, 2018

Regina McClellan of Parker grew up in New York but eventually landed in Georgia, and it was there that she found her heart’s passion.While living in Georgia, Regina became involved in trying to help stop dog fighting, a practice in which dogs are literally placed in a pen and allowed to fight until...[More]

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