Shear Insanity Grooming opens in Linn County - Sep. 24, 2014

Pet owners across the county will rejoice to learn that a new grooming business has opened in Blue Mound. Shear Insanity Grooming, located at 409 N. 8th St., offers complete dog grooming and care services. Shop owner Debbie David shared that her love and respect for animals drove her to enter the grooming...[More]

Mine Creek Battlefield trail receives help from Life Scout - Sep. 24, 2014

Fifteen-year-old Life Scout Charlie Scalora recently worked to meet a community need in Linn County. Scalora, with a team of several Scout members, camped on personal property south of the Mine Creek Battlefield and worked last Saturday to repair a section of the battlefield walking trail that often...[More]

Ronald Stevens Jackson - 02-12-1943 to 09-15-2014 - Sep. 24, 2014

Ronald Stevens Jackson, 71, Trading Post, Kan., passed away Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. He was born at Boicourt, Kan., on Feb. 12, 1943, the son of John and Edith Cox Jackson. He graduated from Prescott High School. He married Donna Humphrey on Oct. 16, 1972. She preceded him in death on June 3, 2013. He...[More]

Tim Rohl - 11-26-1960 to 9-19-2014 - Sep. 24, 2014

Tim Rohl, 53, former resident of Holiday Lakes, passed on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, in Aurora, Colo., as a result of a freak accident. He was born Nov. 26, 1960, in Smyrna, Tenn., the son of Novey and Helen Rohl.Tim enjoyed fishing, animals and outdoor life. He walked everywhere and never met a stranger.Tim...[More]

M. Louise Schwarz Post Bassett - 06-18-1918 to 09-17-2014 - Sep. 24, 2014

M. Louise Schwarz Post Bassett passed away peacefully in the embrace of God’s mercy on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Louise was born to Otto Carl Schwarz and Bertha Nanette Autenreith Schwarz on June 18, 1918, in New Chicago, Ind. She attended school in both Chicago and Nevada, Mo. She loved riding...[More]

Pleasanton cross country sets school records at Drexel - Sep. 24, 2014

The Pleasanton cross country team traveled to Drexel, Mo. on Sept. 16 to compete in the Drexel Invitational. The team did very well as every runner that competed at least placed in the top twenty and three school records were set.“It was a great day for our runners. All of our high school athletes...[More]

Jayhawk football drops home opener to Oswego - Sep. 24, 2014

The Jayhawk-Linn football team held their home opener against Oswego on Sept. 19. Oswego’s rushing attack and turnovers hurt the Hawks as they lost to Oswego, 36-14.The Hawks started the game moving the football on offense but then fumbled, giving the ball back to the Indians. To see the...[More]

County maintenance supervisor falls through skylight - Sep. 24, 2014

Emergency services were rushed to the building the Linn County Sheriff’s Department uses for evidence holding after Lead Maintenance/Custodian Terry Ayers fell through a skylight.According to Sheriff Paul Filla, Ayers was on the roof cleaning off leaves and dropped limbs last Friday morning when...[More]

Mound City recognizes resignation of police chief - Sep. 24, 2014

At a special meeting held on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, the Mound City Council accepted the resignation of Police Chief Clint Johnson, effective Oct. 31, 2014. Council then discussed advertising to fill the vacancy created by Johnson’s leaving. It was decided that they would advertise for two part-time...[More]

Wild hogs: Cunning and stealthy, but landowner cooperation key to capture - Sep. 24, 2014

Hogs have always been known as very smart creatures; they learn quickly and adapt to their surroundings with little trouble. And that is the case with hogs in southern Linn and northern Bourbon County.Traveling south of Ellington and 300 Rd. in Linn County, a wary eye will begin to see the telltale sign...[More]

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