County warns Tanglewood Lakes on open sewage waste - Oct. 29, 2014

After receiving complaints from employees of the Linn County Landfill transfer station concerning 5-gallon buckets of human waste being deposited in dumpsters coming from Tanglewood Lakes, the county said “enough.”County Commissioners looked at pictures of human waste that was spilled on...[More]

Prescott Country View ends hospital district expansion plans - Oct. 29, 2014

After several countywide community meetings and other meetings with the County Commissioners, Prescott Country View Nursing Home Administrator Neil Ostlie told the commissioners the nursing home was ending their quest for expansion of the hospital district.Ostlie told the commissioners, “We’re...[More]

NOTICE! - Oct. 23, 2014

Notice! Senator Bob Dole will be in Linn County Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. at the Linn county Fairgrounds 4-H Building. This is Sen. Dole's final trip to Kansas this year and the public is welcome to attend.Sen. Dole said, "I look forward to being back in Kansas this week and wrapping up my thank-you...[More]

Election mid-terms pull candidates to Republican picnic - Oct. 22, 2014

With mid-term 2014 elections only a couple weeks away, candidates for state and national offices took the opportunity to try to persuade a few more voters to either get out and vote or vote their direction last Monday night.Following a wonderful supper cooked by Shayna Lamb and crew, Linn County Central...[More]

Pleasanton High School students win at FSCC Math Contest - Oct. 22, 2014

Fort Scott Community College hosted a math contest for high school students on Oct. 16. Fourteen high schools attended, including Appleton City, Drexel R-IV, Ballard R-II (Butler), Christian Learning Center, Osawatomie, Uniontown, Covenant Academy, Fort Scott Christian Heights, Pleasanton, Louisburg,...[More]

First Eagle Scout candidate for Parker Boy Scout Troop 125 - Oct. 22, 2014

Sixteen-year-old Boy Scout Sean Smith of Parker is a member of Troop 125 and is in the process of achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Smith explained his favorite aspects of the Boy Scouts are camping and the opportunity to learn new skills.Boy Scout Troop 125 began a short six years ago and Smith will...[More]

Blu-Jays fall to Marmaton Valley 51-6 Turnovers, penalties costly - Oct. 22, 2014

The Pleasanton Blu-Jays struggled to hold on to the ball Friday night, committing eight turnovers in a 51-6 loss to the Marmaton Valley Wildcats.Pleasanton won the coin flip and elected to receive the ball. After a touchback on the kickoff, PHS started their drive on their own 15.  Seven plays into...[More]

Buffalo football falls to Osawatomie in double overtime - Oct. 22, 2014

Prairie View hosted Osawatomie on Senior/Parent Night on Oct. 17 in a crucial Pioneer League match-up. The Buffalos entered the match-up 4-2 overall and 4-0 in league play. The Trojans entered the contest 4-2 and 3-1 in league play. The Trojans’ league loss was to Wellsville on Sept. 19, 46-15....[More]

Crosswalk coming to Pleasanton school district - Oct. 22, 2014

Pleasanton Elementary Principal Ray Streeter met with the Pleasanton City Council at their meeting Monday evening and asked the city to paint a crosswalk for students on Ash Street.Streeter explained that he received calls from a couple of concerned parents regarding student safety entering and exiting...[More]

Pleasanton considers new water meter reading system - Oct. 22, 2014

At the Pleasanton City Council special meeting Monday evening, the council heard from Don Heller, engineer with EBH & Associates, that replacing all of the old water meters in town with a new automatic meter system is a possibility.Heller explained that approximately $650,000 grant funds are not...[More]

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