Linn County Twisters have four place at State - Mar. 17, 2021

The Linn County Twisters traveled to Mulvane on March 12-14 to compete in the USAWKS 2021 State Folkstyle Championship. The Twisters brought ten wrestlers to State this year and had four place in the tournament. In the 14 and under 80 class Landon Grogan placed fourth. Grogan went 1-3 in the tournament...[More]

Linn County’s top 10 high school wrestlers - Mar. 17, 2021

Prairie View and Jayhawk-Linn High School wrestling programs finished their 2020-2021 seasons recently and each program had multiple wrestlers perform well this year. This list highlights some of the top wrestlers from each program. Corbin White - Jayhawk-Linn White certainly had the most success of...[More]

Bullying: A look at school policies from area - Mar. 17, 2021

School policies define how school administration is supposed to deal with reports of bullying in any form, from whether or not the bully is removed from extracurricular activities to determining if a suspension or expulsion is in order. A policy, as defined by Webster’s Dictionary, is: a) a definite...[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Mar. 17, 2021

Right and wrong After waiting for all of the pieces of the Judge Richard Smith story to fall into place, certain things showed themselves that left me wondering if people have no idea of right and wrong. Four years ago, give or take, James Brun was elected county attorney. He asked for an audit of...[More]

Conflicts lead to fraud-case continuance - Mar. 17, 2021

Double conflicts led to continuation of a case involving fraud and theft Tuesday morning in Linn County District Court. At a scheduled Zoom videoconference plea hearing for Jeannett Smith, Burton Harding, Linn County attorney, apologized to the court for the morning’s  second and final conflict-of-interest...[More]

USD 362 to pursue pre-K at-risk grant - Mar. 17, 2021

Prairie View Unified School District 362 will pursue its opportunity for a pre-kindergarten grant for 4-year-old children considered at risk. At the March 8 monthly board of education meeting, Rex Bollinger, Ed.D., district superintendent, confirmed that he would file the application paperwork to the...[More]

Parker approves City Hall, lake dam costs - Mar. 17, 2021

Parker city leaders have given the go-ahead to utility-related upgrades at its eventual new City Hall and a trickle-pipe repair to its Parker City Lake dam. At last Thursday‘s regular council meeting, both improvements were approved on 3-0 votes, with Ashley Balthazor and Lance Burroughs not present. Concerning...[More]

Susan Purdy 01-11-1967 to 03-14-2021 - Mar. 15, 2021

  Linn County News Published March 17, 2021   Susan Purdy, age 54, Blue Mound, Kansas passed away Sunday, March 14, 2021. She was born the daughter of Julia Greer Owens on Jan. 11, 1967, in Butler, Mo. She was raised by her grandparents, John and Juanita Greer. She was...[More]

SPECIAL: Daylight saving time: ‘Turn and test’ to stay safe from home fires - Mar. 10, 2021

In Kansas, Red Cross volunteers have helped more than 450 people after home fires since Jan. 1, 2021     This Sunday, as people turn their clocks forward for daylight saving time, the American Red Cross of Kansas and Oklahoma region encourages everyone to take this opportunity to test...[More]

Pleasanton girls make semifinals in Sub-State tournament - Mar. 10, 2021

The Pleasanton girls’ basketball team played in their 2A Sub-State tournament on March 2 and March 5. The Lady Jays were the three seed in the tournament and first had a home game against the six seed Northeast Arma. After the Lady Jays defeated Arma, 37-23, they then played at the host site Humboldt...[More]

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