SPECIAL: Linn County Fair & Rodeo adjusts to COVID-19 environment - May. 13, 2020

  While plans are underway for the 2020 Linn County Fair & Rodeo, the fair board has made the difficult decision to make adjustments to the schedule due to the COVID-19 environment that has impacted so many events already this year. "Our first priority is the health and safety of fair...[More]

Essential: Olathe FamilyMedicine caring for patients through COVID-19 - May. 13, 2020

The staff of the Olathe Health Family Medicine clinic in La Cygne has not only implemented new programs but they’ve changed the face of healthcare to accommodate those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. “We have an elderly population who are fearful of coming in, so we’re doing screening...[More]

The Lost Season: Pleasanton golf - May. 13, 2020

This season the Pleasanton golf team was again going to be small and inexperienced, but there was one golfer who had a chance to do well in varsity action and possibly make the State Tournament. However, the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to it. Senior Mason Williamson Jr. was the Jays’ best golfer...[More]

The Lost Season: Jayhawk-Linn baseball - May. 13, 2020

The Jayhawk baseball team made the regional finals last season and almost completed a comeback victory to make the State Tournament. However, the Hawks fell just short and lost to Heritage Christian, 6-3. This season the Hawks were in great position to take that next step and make the State Tournament;...[More]

Pleasanton native appears on Forged in Fire - May. 13, 2020

Ryan Demott, a Pleasanton native, has always been fascinated by the process of forging a new blade. Four years ago he became a full-time blade smith. “Years ago I went to an amusement park and saw a guy making knives and it bit me,” said Ryan, “and years later a friend, Phil Evans,...[More]

USD 362 sets new bond election date - May. 13, 2020

A new date has been set for Unified School District 362’s $7.5 million general obligation bond issue election. Through a resolution at its monthly meeting Monday night, the board of education unanimously selected the Aug. 4 primary ballot to seek public approval for new construction and renovations...[More]

Cattle industry feeling the impact of COVID-19 - May. 13, 2020

As the state enters phase one of reopening, the cattle industry in Kansas is catching a large part of the brunt of COVID-19. While cattle producers are making less money than ever, the packing plants are making huge profits off the work of the producers. “The cattle industry had been on a decline...[More]

Kansas Justice Institute files motion for temporary restraining order against Linn County officials - May. 13, 2020

May 12  - Kansas Justice Institute filed a motion late yesterday for a temporary restraining order in an effort to provide protection and relief from an Order enacted by Linn County government on May 1.  The order by the Linn County (Kansas) health officer has sparked a federal lawsuit from...[More]

Linn County residents sue for privacy, warrant protection - May. 13, 2020

Citizens believe COVID-19 health order violates their Fourth Amendment rights May 10, 2020 – A recent order by the Linn County (Kansas) health officer has sparked a federal lawsuit from two Linn County residents. In the suit, Jackie Taylor and Linda Jo Hisel contend that the health order violates...[More]

John Russell Baucom 09-04-1953 to 04-24-2020 - May. 12, 2020

Linn County News Published May 13, 2020    John Russell Baucom, 66, of Rogers, Ark., a former Pineville, Mo., teacher and former mayor of  Noel, Mo., passed away April 24, 2020. Born Sept. 4, 1953, in Fort Scott, Kan., he grew up in Pleasanton, Kan., and graduated high school in...[More]

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