Rhonda Owens 10-06-1958 to 06-14-2020 - Jun. 19, 2020

  Linn County News Published June 24, 2020   Rhonda Owens, 61, of Mound City, Kan., formerly of Spring Hill, Kan., passed away June 14, 2020, at her brother's house sleeping in peace. Even though she had a big heart, it just wouldn’t pump enough oxygen to her other organs so the...[More]

Joyce Elaine Schasteen 04-04-1940 to 05-09-2020 - Jun. 19, 2020

Linn County News Published June 24, 2020   Joyce Elaine Schasteen was born on April 4, 1940, the oldest of four girls to Ralph and Irene Cummins. On May 9, 2020, she was called home by our Father. She grew up in Pleasanton, Kan. She participated in band, 4H and other activities. She met her...[More]

Louise Wiedner 01-16-1937 to 06-17-2020 - Jun. 18, 2020

  Linn County News Published June 24, 2020   Louise Wiedner, age 83, Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. She was born on Jan. 16, 1937, in Pleasanton, Kan., the daughter of Frank and Margaret Hazelbaker Wood. She was united in marriage to Virgil Wiedner...[More]

Dana Dawayne Coke 04-29-1969 to 06-15-2020 - Jun. 18, 2020

  Linn County News Published June 24, 2020   Dana Dawayne Coke, 51, of Tanglewood Lake, died at 9:05 pm on Monday, June 15, 2020, at Olathe Medical Center after a long illness. Dana was born April 29, 1969, in Independence, Mo., to Dewey William and Anna Omega (Brawley) Coke. He...[More]

Blu Flamingo opens in Pleasanton - Jun. 17, 2020

For as long as I can remember, sno-cones have been a favorite summer treat – shaved ice piled high and soaked in your favorite flavor. For one family, it is much more than a memory; it is their business. Robin Umphenour, with the help of her daughter, Leslie Dumcum, has opened the Blu Flamingo...[More]

This day in baseball history: June 17-23 - Jun. 17, 2020

This week we are going to continue our series on “This Day in Baseball History.” As usual we will be looking at one historic event that happened in baseball for each day of the upcoming week, June 17-23. The website Nationalpastime.com has all these events and much more listed on each day;...[More]

Parker to pursue prescriptive easement for street - Jun. 17, 2020

Parker will pursue a prescriptive easement to remedy a street-access controversy. At its monthly council meeting Thursday, the governing body voted to direct Burton Harding, city attorney, to proceed with eventual filing of a petition with Linn County District Court. The 2-1 vote came on Ashley Balthazor’s...[More]

Pleasanton to open swimming areas at city lakes - Jun. 17, 2020

During the June 15 meeting, the Pleasanton City Council again discussed the possibility of opening the city lakes for swimming. The matter was first broached during the June 1 meeting when City Administrator Erica Kern stated residents had asked if the city would consider opening the city lakes for swimming. During...[More]

Linn County Fair and Rodeo announces 2020 queen contest - Jun. 17, 2020

The Linn County Fair and Rodeo will be having a queen contest this year! Though there have been several schedule adjustments that have been made to the 2020 fair due to the COVID-19 environment, the fair board has looked for ways to keep up with as many traditions as possible, and having a fair queen...[More]

SPECIAL: Boil Water Advisory rescinded for City of Linn Valley, Linn Co. - Jun. 16, 2020

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Linn Valley, located in Linn County. The advisory was issued because of a loss of pressure in the system. Failure to maintain adequate pressure may result in a loss of chlorine...[More]

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