Nancy Ann Vail - 03-31-1933 to 09-05-2015 - Sep. 9, 2015

Nancy Ann Vail, 82, of Amoret, Mo., passed away Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at Bates County Memorial Hospital. Nancy was born March 31, 1933, in Amoret, Mo., to James Ray and Edna Beatrice (Jacobs) Wisdom. She graduated from Hume High School with the Class of 1951. On April 5, 1954 she married Herschel...[More]

James Edgar Mitchell - 09-15-1949 to 09-06-2015 - Sep. 9, 2015

James Edgar Mitchell, 65, Amoret, Mo., passed away Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015. He was born Sept. 15, 1949, at Fort Scott, Kan., the son of William E. and Leona M. Thomas Mitchell.He worked in the construction industry, as a truck driver, and finally as a security guard. He was a member of the Pleasanton First...[More]

Jayhawk football falls to Christ Prep - Sep. 9, 2015

Turnovers were a big problem for the Hawks in their season home opener against Christ Prep on Sept. 4. The Hawks had nine fumbles, four of them lost, including a crucial fumble lost in the opposing end zone in the first quarter that swung the momentum of the game. The Hawks battled but the turnovers...[More]

Buffalo defense stymies Wellsville, 7-6, in season opener - Sep. 9, 2015

During much of the first half at Wellsville Friday, Prairie View’s fate seemed to hinge on special teams play.But then the Buffalo defense took over and denied five Wellsville threats inside or near the Prairie View red zone [final 20 yards] to preserve a 7-6 season-opening Pioneer League victory. To...[More]

Unexpected refunds pull down revenues - Sep. 9, 2015

TOPEKA – Corporate and individual income tax receipts for August were short of estimates mostly because of unexpected refunds.State sales tax receipts showed 3.9 percent growth after accounting for changes in tax law compared to August of 2014 but were $3.2 million short of expectations. Use tax...[More]

La Cygne chief warns noisy motorists - Sep. 9, 2015

Be forewarned, motorists inside La Cygne city limits who enjoy loud music!Tate West, police chief, informed the city council at last Wednesday’s meeting that he’s cracking down. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition...[More]

La Cygne to sell swimming pool waterslide - Sep. 9, 2015

La Cygne is in the process of selling its swimming pool’s waterslide.Jodi Wade, representing the La Cygne Community Park Board, asked the city council for their approval at last Wednesday’s regular meeting. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County...[More]

Local Ag teacher selected as KAAE president - Sep. 2, 2015

The Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators (KAAE) recently nominated Jayhawk-Linn Ag teacher Bill Johnston to be the organization’s president. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.  ...[More]

Swanfest Royal Court named - Sep. 2, 2015

The annual Swanfest event in La Cygne will be Saturday, Sept. 12. Every year youth are invited to run for the Royal Court.This year candidates will be selling raffle tickets for $1 per ticket, with a 1st place claiming $500, 2nd place $250 and 3rd place $100. To see the full article, check out...[More]

Deputy County Clerk John Copple retires - Sep. 2, 2015

Deputy County Clerk John Copple officially retired Tuesday, Sept. 1. Copple worked for the county for over 10 years, starting out as a payroll clerk and system administrator at the courthouse in 2005. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out...[More]

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