Charles Oliver Haverfield 05-04-1924 to 03-20-2020 - Oct. 20, 2020

    Linn County News Published Oct. 21, 2020   Charles Oliver Haverfield, age 95, Parker, Kan., passed away on Friday, March 20, 2020. He was born on May 4, 1924, in Parker, the son of George and Violet Robinson Haverfield. He graduated from Parker High School in the class...[More]

Buffalos dominate Iola on Homecoming - Oct. 14, 2020

      The Prairie View football hosted Iola and held their Homecoming later this year due to COVID-19. This game was originally scheduled for Friday, Oct. 9, but instead was held on Monday, Oct. 12. Even though the game was on Monday instead of Friday, the Buffalos did well as they...[More]

Blu-Jays dominate in season’s first win - Oct. 14, 2020

      Pleasanton picked up their first win of the season Friday in a big way, a 40-0 victory to spoil Northern Heights’ homecoming. The shutout gives the Blu-Jays a 1-3 record in Class 1-A, District 1, as well as allowing Caleb Hendricks, first-year head mentor, to chalk up his...[More]

Jayhawk falls in thriller to Humboldt - Oct. 14, 2020

      The Jayhawk-Linn football team hosted Humboldt on Oct. 9 for their Homecoming. The Hawks lost big to Humboldt last season and were looking this year to get the upper hand. However, despite a 14-point halftime lead the Hawks lost the game in overtime, 26-20. In the beginning of...[More]

PHS cheerleaders qualify for All American Spirit Squad - Oct. 14, 2020

      Three Pleasanton High School cheerleaders have been named to the All American Spirit Squad and will travel to Florida in November to participate in Varsity Spirit Spectacular in Orlando just before Thanksgiving. Danicka Harrington, junior, and Kayleann Harrington and Telleah...[More]

Linn Valley honors its first responders - Oct. 14, 2020

        This past Sunday, Oct. 11, the city of Linn Valley honored its first responders and their families by serving them a tasty lunch at the city’s fire station. Linn Valley resident Debbie Cattelino, who organized the event, often prepares and serves meals on a regular...[More]

Halloween 2020: A new experience - Oct. 14, 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]

County health officer reports new COVID cases to commissioners - Oct. 14, 2020

  County logs first COVID death       Linn County Public Health Officer Robin Spencer reported to the Linn County Commissioners on Monday that Linn County has 10 new COVID-19 cases as of this past weekend. “Last week we were at 90 cases,” Spencer stated. “As...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Executive session - Oct. 14, 2020

  I’ve been covering boards of all types for 25-plus years, and I’ve seen all types of use of open meeting and open records laws. So, I think people need to know how and what executive session is. First off, it is not something that a board – any board, school board, city council,...[More]

Conference may determine defender status - Oct. 14, 2020

  Conflict, testimony could result in attorney withdrawal       A scheduling conference next month may determine if a Kansas City, Mo., attorney intends to withdraw from a Linn County criminal case. At a 3 p.m. Nov. 3 hearing, Luke Alsobrook may make the decision relating to...[More]

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