Pleasanton approves last of CDBG coronavirus funds - Sep. 2, 2020

Holding a special meeting to accomplish several tasks Monday night, the Pleasanton City Council approved the last of $132,000 in grant funds designated for coronavirus relief for small businesses. City Administrator Erica Kern told the council, with Jake Mattingley and Ashley Toms present by Zoom, that...[More]

La Cygne repair snag produces altered contracts - Sep. 2, 2020

An unexpected snag in replacing a sewer force main beneath the BNSF Railway at La Cygne will result in a transfer of obligations between two local contractors. At a hastily called special meeting last Thursday that lasted 65 minutes, the council maintained the services of Double Eagle Excavating until...[More]

KDHE COVID-19 data included cases from outside of Linn County - Sep. 2, 2020

KDHE says data has been corrected During the Linn County Commissioners’ meeting on Monday, Aug. 31, Linn County Health Department Administrator Tisha Coleman reported to the commissioners that they had recently discovered an issue with the number of COVID-19 cases that the Kansas Department of...[More]

Walter Allen Grigsby 01-09-1943 to 08-29-2020 - Sep. 1, 2020

Linn County News Published Sept. 2, 2020   Walter Allen Grigsby was born Jan. 9, 1943, in Oxford, Kan., the son of Louis H. and Alice (Miller) Grigsby and departed this life Aug. 29, 2020, surrounded by family at his home. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, at Dengel...[More]

This week in baseball history: Aug. 26-Sept. 1 - Aug. 26, 2020

Let’s continue our series on this week in baseball history. We will look at one historic event per day for the upcoming week in baseball. A full list for historic events in baseball for each day can be found at Nationalpastime.com.  Johnson sets strikeout record - Aug. 26, 1999 Arizona Diamondbacks’...[More]

Earnest places at Nationals - Aug. 26, 2020

Callahan Earnest places third at the Rocky Mountain Nationals this past weekend. The high placing at Nationals earned Earnest All American status in kids’ wrestling....[More]

BULLY PULPIT - Aug. 26, 2020

Ostrich syndrome One of my standby sayings is “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink” and that sentence stands true for so many things in life. Mainly, I reference our current climate in these United States. When have you ever seen a slogan allowed to be painted...[More]

When men pray - Aug. 26, 2020

A group of men, united by their obedience to God and their desire to take on responsibility for the spiritual well-being of Linn County, recently attended a meeting at the Shalom Retreat Center to talk about yard signs that will be made available to the public, for a small donation, at F&M Bank,...[More]

La Cygne Community Building to stay closed through 2020 - Aug. 26, 2020

La Cygne’s Community Building will remain closed to non-governmental activities until at least Jan. 1. At their regular meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 19, the council made the COVID-19 related decision on a 3-0 vote, with Danny Curtis abstaining and Jerome Mitzner not present. Because City Hall...[More]

County puts hold on RWD 1 request for space in La Cygne building - Aug. 26, 2020

Renews lease contract for two years pending current plans   Mike Ernst with Linn County Rural Water District No. 1 spoke to the County Commissioners on Monday, Aug. 24, stating that the district office, housed inside a building shared with the county rural fire department in La Cygne, is in need...[More]

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