James John Sendziak - Sep. 16, 2015

James John Sendziak, 48, passed away Sept. 3, 2015. Cherished son of Joan (Robert) Swigon and the late James Stanley Sendziak. Loving dad of Robyn Sendziak, Ashley Sendziak and Derek Sendziak. Dear grandpa of Mikilah and Honnor. Beloved companion of Jinny Ross. “Dad Jay” of Jordyn Ross, Samantha...[More]

Pleasanton volleyball goes 1-2 at St. Paul - Sep. 16, 2015

The Pleasanton volleyball traveled to St. Paul high school on Sept. 8 to compete in a quad with Southern Coffey County, Crest and St. Paul. The Lady Jays battled but went 1-2 with their only win against Crest. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check...[More]

Prairie View football stomps Iola on Homecoming - Sep. 16, 2015

It was a busy day for Prairie View on Sept. 11 as the Prairie View football team hosted Iola on its Homecoming. Not only was it Homecoming for the Buffalos but the team honored the 1970 state championship team and tried to break an attendance record set by that team in 1970 against Pleasanton. Prairie...[More]

Community forum nears for USD 344 - Sep. 16, 2015

Hollis and Miller Architects will host a public community forum with the board of education and school administrators in the Pleasanton High School cafeteria on Wednesday, Sept. 23. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition...[More]

Several burglaries solved in Linn Valley - Sep. 16, 2015

The national average for solving burglaries is 13 percent, but the Linn Valley Police Department is sitting at 90 percent with 51 of 57 burglary reports solved. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.  ...[More]

Linn Valley looks at Miami County fire agreement - Sep. 16, 2015

New Linn Valley Fire Chief Dennis Downey has hit the ground running. At Monday’s council meeting Downey gave the council a rundown of a 1991 tanker/pumper fire truck located in Pennsylvania that would fit the city’s needs. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of...[More]

Bully Pulpit - “Black Lives Matter” more than black lives - Sep. 9, 2015

Riots in Ferguson, Mo., Florida, Baltimore and more had beginnings on what is being coined as police brutality, unfair treatment in society, and many more trickle-downs of a society that is decaying from the inner-city outward.After visiting St. Louis, Mo. last weekend for a wedding, the obvious lines...[More]

At home or on the road, be ready for weather extremes - Sep. 9, 2015

We’re about to enter one of the most agreeable times of year, weather wise, in Kansas, but don’t let mild autumn temperatures fool you. Kansas’ location at the geographic center of the 48 contiguous United States makes it a bullseye for all kinds of weather extremes. To see the...[More]

Swanfest is Saturday! - Sep. 9, 2015

The Swanfest tradition continues this year on Saturday, Sept. 12. The theme is “Hometown Teams” to align with the City’s participation in the national Hometown Teams Project. Everyone is invited to kick off the weekend on Friday night at the Prairie View Homecoming Football Game. To...[More]

The American Legion helps veterans, improves communities near and far - Sep. 9, 2015

The American Legion was founded in 1919 on four pillars: veterans’ affairs and rehabilitation, national security, Americanism, and children and youth. With a vision for a strong country, the Mound City American Legion Post 248 strives to encompass those original programs throughout the year. To...[More]

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