Glen Thomas “Tommy” Watson 06-28-1963 to 08-09-2020 - Aug. 24, 2020

  Linn County News Published Aug. 26, 2020   Glen Thomas "Tommy" Watson, 57, formerly from Kansas City, Mo., lived in Pleasanton, Kan., for the last 11 years. Tommy was born June 28, 1963. He left this world to go home to be with his Father on Aug. 9, 2020, after a long battle with...[More]

Fred Irvin Stumpff 12-30-1935 to 08-01-2020 - Aug. 24, 2020

Linn County News Published Aug. 26, 2020   Fred Irvin Stumpff, age 84, from Linn Valley, Kan., went to be with the Lord, Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020, at Olathe Hospice House. He was born Dec. 30, 1935, in Shawnee, Kan. He was the first son of Irvin and Augusta (Strobbe) Stumpff. He was preceded...[More]

SPECIAL: K-7 resurfacing project begins in Linn and Miami counties - Aug. 19, 2020

  The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has begun a resurfacing project on a 12-mile section of K-7 in Linn and Miami counties. The mill and overlay project starts at the K-152 junction and continues north and west to U.S. 169. Flaggers and a pilot car will direct one-lane traffic...[More]

USD 362 enrollment alternatives number 1-in-8 - Aug. 19, 2020

District leaders address food service, masks Almost one of every eight Prairie View Unified School District 362 enrollees will opt for an alternative educational delivery rather than on-site when 2020-21 classes begin Wednesday. As of this Monday morning, numbers compiled by Beth Sandness, district...[More]

SPECIAL: City to hold Q&A session - Aug. 19, 2020

The City of Pleasanton recently sent out letters to certain properties identified as those that would be annexed by the City. The letter was sent as a preliminary matter to start the inquiry into voluntary annexation and the very first step in the process. Upon receipt of those letters the governing...[More]

Commercial hemp in production now in Linn County - Aug. 19, 2020

With the possibility of adding hemp as an agricultural product last year, several fields of commercial hemp have been put into production in Linn County so far. Grower Derrick Ross holds three licenses for commercial hemp, the only licenses for Linn County, and has leased several properties to grow...[More]

Commissioners approve SPARK requests for submission - Aug. 19, 2020

During the Aug. 17 meeting the Linn County Commissioners discussed SPARK (Strengthening People and Revitalizing Kansas) funding and reviewed the various amounts requested by county departments, schools and other entities. County Clerk David Lamb explained that the county had received $1.97 million in...[More]

BULLY PULPIT: A few words - Aug. 19, 2020

Some of you may have seen this, but I thought it was cute, and very true in some instances. Summer is waning; fall is in the air. Yes, we have a few hot days left, but leaves are beginning to fall, and the mornings have a crisp, fall feel.  I have to admit that I’m ready to get back into...[More]

4-H Shooting Sports charges ahead to fall season - Aug. 19, 2020

Youth have begun qualifying for state contests.   MANHATTAN – The state coordinator for Kansas 4-H shooting sports says the program is on target to host state contests in several disciplines this fall.  Shannon Rogge, a Kansas 4-H Youth Development specialist, said qualifying events...[More]

Youth advocate for more openness on mental health issues - Aug. 19, 2020

Submitted by  Kathy Goul Family & Consumer Science Agent   Teenagers who responded to a survey commissioned by the National 4-H Council said that more than seven in 10 kids between the ages of 13-19 are struggling with their mental health. In addition, this same survey indicated that...[More]

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