3 resign from Pleasanton planning and zoning board - Oct. 7, 2015

Three members, Curtis Fleming, Clinton Baugh and Doug Smith, resigned from the Pleasanton Planning and Zoning Board following the city council’s recent approval of a hotly debated Heartland Propane conditional use permit (CUP) application. To see the full article, check out this week's...[More]

Community Forum gives insight to district needs - Sep. 30, 2015

On Sept. 23, Pleasanton USD 344 hosted an open community forum, offering the community an opportunity to become involved in the evaluation of needs to the current school structures. This includes the campus, stadium, track and outdoor bathrooms.Keegan Jackson and Michelle Chavey of Hollis and Miller...[More]

“Let’s Go Outside” a success at local NWR - Sep. 30, 2015

Around 100 visitors traveled to the Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge last Saturday for the Refuge’s annual “Let’s Go Outside” event. Assistant Refuge Manager Amy Coffman shared, “Overall, it went really well.” Visitors experienced a variety of events with...[More]

Parents’ love transcends international borders - Sep. 30, 2015

Parents’ love transcends international bordersIn the last 15 years, only 1,884 Bulgarian orphans were adopted by American families. Four-year-old Gavin Black is one of them. Unsure where their journey would lead them, Mound City couple Cody and Christina Black started their adoptive journey two...[More]

Pleasanton pharmacy progressing - Sep. 30, 2015

Construction continues on the new pharmacy facility in Pleasanton. Developed through Pleasanton Properties LLC with partners Todd Schneider and Rick Wiseman, Pleasanton Drug Company is located at 11240 Tucker Road.With walls, windows and a roof in place, the exterior is nearing completion. Schneider...[More]

Ernest LaVern Cox - 03-26-1925 to 09-27-2015 - Sep. 30, 2015

Ernest LaVern Cox, 90, La Cygne, Kan., passed away Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. He was born at La Cygne, Kan., March 26, 1925, the son of Byron and Mabel Crisler Cox. He graduated from Parker High School. He served his country during World War II in the United States Navy.He married Dorothy Dunlop May 23,...[More]

Prairie View cross country hosts Daryl Ramsey Invitational - Sep. 30, 2015

The Prairie View cross country team hosted the Daryl Ramsey Invitational on Sept. 24 and did quite well. There were multiple runners who medaled and the varsity boys placed third out of eight teams with 83 points. KC Lutheran placed first for the boys with 24 points and was followed by Blue Valley, 66,...[More]

Jayhawk football pounds Maranatha Academy on Homecoming - Sep. 30, 2015

The Jayhawk football team hosted homecoming on Sept. 25 against Maranatha Academy. It was a good homecoming for the Hawks as they easily defeated Maranatha 40-26.The game started off well for the Hawks as Grant Cunningham ran 71 yards into the end zone to go up 6-0. Diego DeBortoli missed the extra point....[More]

County seeing stop sign thefts - Sep. 30, 2015

According to Linn County Traffic Control Coordinator Kevin Amer, street sign theft has been an issue countywide in recent weeks. Typically, stop signs are stolen by kids intending to pull a harmless prank, but stop sign theft can lead to serious consequences.Sheriff Paul Filla explained that stealing...[More]

2400 Rd. examined for rehab - Sep. 30, 2015

Following two semi wrecks within 100 feet of each other on 2400 Rd. just east of Ullery, the mayor of Linn Valley is asking if the county can do something to make the narrow road a little more safe.Linn County Asphalt Foreman John Byington said he talked to Mayor Jeanne Dwyer about the road and told...[More]

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