A sad ending - Feb. 3, 2016

I’ve been in Linn County since April 2000 – almost 16 years, and in that time the Osawatomie Graphic kept us on our toes. It was actually fun to watch what they’d do - we scooped them on some stories, they’d scoop us on others. Competition made us a better paper and I thank them...[More]

Pleasanton to end week with back-to-back games - Feb. 3, 2016

Pleasanton will play back-to-back basketball games to end the week, both against familiar opponents. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here.   ...[More]

Prairie View Ducks Unlimited holds second annual banquet - Feb. 3, 2016

The Prairie View Ducks Unlimited chapter held their second annual banquet on the evening of Jan. 29. This year the banquet was held at Wicked Outfitters Hunting Lodge east of La Cygne instead of the Linn County Fairgrounds where it was held last year. To see the full article, check out this...[More]

Democrats to converge on Mound City for Presidential Caucus - Feb. 3, 2016

The Linn County Democratic Party will host the Presidential Preference Caucus on March 5 in Mound City. Democrats from the six counties represented by the Kansas Senate 12th District will gather to complete step one to choose delegates for the presidential conventions.  To see the full article,...[More]

Bob Weickert inducted into Fair Hall Of Fame - Feb. 3, 2016

Linn County Fair Board member Robert “Bob” Weickert, Pleasanton, was inducted into the Kansas Fairs & Festivals Hall of Fame at the recent 2016 KF&F Convention in Topeka.  To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online...[More]

Planning for Monarchs…. - Feb. 3, 2016

The monarch butterfly is one of the most recognizable species of wildlife in all of America. They undertake one of the world’s most remarkable and fascinating migrations, traveling thousands of miles over many generations from Mexico, across the United States, to Canada.  To see the...[More]

Police Chief pulls man from burning car - Feb. 3, 2016

Time was of the essence when Linn Valley Police Chief Corey Murrison received a call from a Linn Valley mother that her 56-year-old son was suicidal and had just doused his car with gas and left the residence. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or...[More]

Harold Allen Bradley Sr. 06-08-1934 to 1-12-2016 - Jan. 27, 2016

Harold Allen Bradley Sr. was born June 8, 1934, in Calhoun, Mo., to Ralph Bradley and Frances Leona (Houston) Bradley. The eldest of three children, he attended school there and in Kansas City. After graduating from East High School, Harold pursued a BA in mechanical engineering and a master’s...[More]

Brenton Laver signs with Ottawa and earns McDonald’s All American nomination - Jan. 27, 2016

Pleasanton senior and boys’ basketball forward Brenton Laver had a good week this past week. Not only did he perform well in the Blu-Jays’ Mid-Season tournament but he also signed to continue his basketball career next year in college with Ottawa University. Brenton’s parents Travis...[More]

Buffalo wrestling wins Paola Invitational - Jan. 27, 2016

The Prairie View wrestling team traveled to Paola Jan. 23 to compete in the Paola Invitational. The Buffalos did very well in this tournament as 11 out of 12 of their wrestlers placed and Prairie View won the tournament with a team score of 128 points. Wellsville took second with 121 points while Lawrence...[More]

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