Mound City Library lease paid off 9 years early - Oct. 28, 2020

Masked up and applying social distancing, members of the Mound City Library Board and supporters gathered Monday, Oct. 26, to celebrate a momentous occasion with the lease being paid off nine years early. Skip Childress, board president, said, “I never thought I’d live to see it paid off....[More]

SPECIAL: Halloween 2020: A new experience - Oct. 28, 2020

Halloween will look and feel a little different for kids this year, as we deal with COVID-19. Schools across the county are taking a different approach to their annual Halloween events. La Cygne and Parker elementary schools will hold their parades on the playground at their schools on Thursday,...[More]

Buffalos rout Anderson County, earn a bi-district two seed - Oct. 28, 2020

The Prairie View football team traveled to Anderson County on Oct. 23 for their final regular season game. This game against the Bulldogs not only was a league game but also a district game for the Buffalos. Prairie View won the game big, 45-7, and because of their big win against Frontenac on Oct....[More]

Jayhawk football falls in close game to Eureka - Oct. 28, 2020

The Jayhawk football team hosted district foe Eureka on Oct. 23. The Hawks had to have a win to stay alive for the playoffs, but that did not happen as Jayhawk lost in another thriller, 28-20. This game was mostly a defensive game, and the first quarter showed that as neither team was able to get any...[More]

Ball control, PAT stop earn Jays a home bi-district - Oct. 28, 2020

Pleasanton used ball control and a point-after-touchdown stop after regulation time had expired to claim a 20-18 Class 1-A, District 1 win Friday at Central Heights. The victory gives the Blu-Jays a fourth-place district finish at 3-3 and sets up a home bi-district game against Alma-Wabaunsee at 7 p.m....[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Oct. 28, 2020

Energy For those who listened to the debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden last week, you heard at the end that Biden supports ending all oil and coal supported energy. His choice is to move to renewable energy sources immediately for life in the United States. When...[More]

La Cygne leaders parse parking-lot draft - Oct. 28, 2020

La Cygne city leaders continued their code review of Article 22 concerning parking lots at their regular council meeting last Wednesday, Oct. 21. The review draft, what Mayor Debra Wilson at last week’s meeting termed a “re-markup,” was first studied in depth at an Oct. 7 meeting. “We’re...[More]

County ratifies first contract on Health Department project - Oct. 28, 2020

The Linn County Commissioners ratified the first negotiated contract for work to be done on the Health Department project at their weekly meeting on Monday, Oct. 26. Following two executive sessions for legal matters, with County Counselor Gary Thompson, the commissioners voted 3-0 to ratify a contract...[More]

Ivan Marion Wade 02-21-1927 to 10-21, 2020 - Oct. 23, 2020

  Linn County News Published Oct. 28, 2020   Ivan Marion Wade, age 93, Overland Park, Kan., formerly of La Cygne, Kan., passed away Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. He was born near Pleasanton, Kan., on Feb. 21, 1927, the son of Ray and Letha Hensley Wade. He proudly served his country in the...[More]

John McCarthy (Jack) Stotlar 02-03-1957 to 10-06-2020 - Oct. 23, 2020

   Linn County News Published Oct. 28, 2020   John McCarthy (Jack) Stotlar, formerly of Carbondale, Ill., passed away on Oct. 6, 2020, in Olathe Medical Center, Olathe, Kan., after a battle against cancer. He was born Feb. 3, 1957, to his parents, Raymond C. Stotlar Sr. and Helen...[More]

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