Linn County’s top five wrestlers - Mar. 25, 2015

The Prairie View and Jayhawk wrestling teams had good seasons this year. Jayhawk sent a school record four wrestlers to the 1A-3A State Tournament in Hays while the Buffalos sent six wrestlers to the State Tournament in Salina. All the wrestlers in both schools competed hard this season; however, this...[More]

Dog License and Vaccine Clinic in La Cygne on Saturday - Mar. 25, 2015

Dog licenses for the city of La Cygne will all expire on April 30, 2015. These must be renewed every year to avoid potential fines from the codes officer. This Saturday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to noon at 202 W. Market St., Dr. Fred DeHoff will be administering shots for a nominal fee. Dog licenses will...[More]

Bully Pulpit - ISIS targets - Mar. 25, 2015

More is beginning to come out about the ISIS threat against 100 of our service men and women. What a scary thing to happen to those service people – and what a ridiculous way for it to happen! Thank you, social media, and allegedly our own military’s PR machine.According to Foxnews.com, “An...[More]

Blue Mound Library continues to improve - Mar. 25, 2015

Blue Mound Library recently started a construction project, renovating its restroom for patrons. Librarian Brenda Curtis shared that most of the work has been completed by volunteers. Though more work still needs to be done, the area already looks cleaner and more user-friendly. “We’re working...[More]

Pro-Active Agriculture aims to help farmers, local community - Mar. 25, 2015

An established business, Pro-Active Agriculture, will soon manufacture products in La Cygne. Pro-Active Agriculture started several years ago as a pioneer in the organic farming industry. Owner Mike Hilton stated that initially Pro-Active Agriculture will only hire a few employees due to the length of...[More]

Freedom Arms LLC opening in La Cygne - Mar. 25, 2015

If there is one thing Kansans take seriously, it is the Second Amendment, and with laws becoming friendlier toward conceal carry throughout the state, more and more people are looking for places to purchase firearms or receive training for those firearms. One of those places opening the first of April...[More]

KDOT building new Trading Post rest stop access road - Mar. 25, 2015

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) recently began working to cut a road between the Trading Post community access road and the rest stop area along K-52 in Linn County. According to KDOT engineer Hugh Bogle, the new road construction aims to alleviate the issue that occurs when semi-truck...[More]

Recent power outage affects nearly 4,000 KCP&L customers - Mar. 25, 2015

Last Thursday at around 3 p.m. KCP&L reported nearly 4,000 customers lost power in the area. The electric utility company services more than 800,000 customers in 47 eastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri counties. Spokesperson Jeffrey Beeson stated that one of the company’s main high voltage...[More]

Structure fire starts from controlled burn - Mar. 23, 2015

Last Wednesday, around 12:20 p.m., emergency responders were dispatched to a structure fire located just west of the 2400 Road and Valley Road intersection. Firefighters worked for several hours to put out the fire. No injuries were reported from the property owner. See full story online here....[More]

Help celebrate our Hometown Teams - Mar. 18, 2015

The La Cygne Historical Society (museum) has been selected as a partner site for the Smithsonian Museum’s Hometown Teams tour. In collaboration with this statewide effort the Historical Society is collecting items to display focused around sporting teams, present and past, from the La Cygne greater...[More]

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