Jayhawk girls’ track places second at Prairie View - May. 6, 2015

The Jayhawk-Linn track team traveled to Prairie View on April 30 to compete in the Prairie View Invitational. The Lady Hawks continue to do well. They placed second at the meet with 83 points. KC Lutheran was first with 91 points. The boys’ team placed 12th with three points. The complete placings...[More]

Community garden tilled in Pleasanton - May. 6, 2015

Recognizing a need in the community, the Pleasanton Church of the Nazarene has plowed an area of ground in their backyard that will soon feed many people.   Church member Barbara Simmons said, "I had an idea and presented it to the board. The idea was picked up by Breann Wisdom, a home-school...[More]

Rabies virus in Kansas; 35 cases confirmed this year - May. 6, 2015

Shane Hesting, disease coordinator with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, recently reported that Kansas experienced 35 confirmed cases of animals with rabies this year between January and March. Kansas only experienced 10 positive cases of rabies during the same time period last...[More]

Local youth make international impact against poverty - May. 6, 2015

In early 2014 Mound City youth Nathan Leavitt and Kayson Boyd set out with a goal to help improve life for struggling communities across the globe.   Their Sunday school teacher, Rhonda McGown at the Mound City United Methodist Church, shared that the boys sought a charity where their contributions...[More]

Evalyn Jane Stites - 12-28-1940 to 4-26-2015 - Apr. 29, 2015

Evalyn Jane Stites, 74, Fontana, Kan., passed away Sunday, April 26, 2015, at the Miami County Medical Center. She was born on Dec. 28, 1940, at Fort Scott, Kan., the daughter of Ardith and Eva Jo Klopp Horttor. She graduated from Blue Mound High School and later married George Stites on Aug. 28,...[More]

Students celebrate Earth Day at the local national wildlife refuge - Apr. 29, 2015

A group of first-grade students from La Cygne Elementary School traveled to the Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge last Wednesday, for Earth Day.   About a week before their visit, students made "seed bombs" in their classrooms to plant on the Refuge.  ...[More]

Jayhawk-Linn students make impact for families at Ronald McDonald House - Apr. 29, 2015

A group of 29 high school students from the Jayhawk USD 346 School District recently volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House of the Four States in Joplin, Mo., for a Healthy House Day.   Chasity Ware, family and consumer sciences teacher, shared that the purpose of their visit was to learn...[More]

Friends of Kansas Libraries-Pleasanton awarded grant - Apr. 29, 2015

The statewide board of Friends of Kansas Libraries recently held their annual awards and grants meeting. The recipient of a $500 Challenge Grant was our local Friends of the Library here in Pleasanton. The grant was one of four awarded to libraries that included Moundridge Friends of the Library, Friends...[More]

Buffalo track competes at Louisburg - Apr. 29, 2015

The Prairie View track team traveled to Louisburg to compete in the Louisburg Invitational on April 23. The boys placed fourth out of six teams with 76 points. Spring Hill won the invitational with 170 points and was followed by Louisburg, 151, Osawatomie, 95, Prairie View, 76, Hayden Catholic, 47,...[More]

Lady Hawks stomp Altoona Midway - Apr. 29, 2015

The Jayhawk-Linn softball team hosted Altoona Midway on April 20 and had no problems defeating the Jets in a double-header. They won the first game 26-0 and the second game 23-0.   The first game was over in two and a half innings as the Lady Hawks scored 16 in the first and ten in the second...[More]

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