SPECIAL: ORDER of the Linn County Public Health Officer May 1, 2020: 6:00 PM - May. 4, 2020

    ORDER of the Linn County Public Health Officer May 1, 2020: 6:00 PM   Emergency Public Health Order issued on this 1st day of May 2020 to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in Linn County, Kansas, pursuant to the authority provided in K.S.A. 65-119,...[More]

Mary Sue Kepner Fountain 05-26-1934 to 04-18-2020 - May. 4, 2020

Linn County News Published May 6, 2020   Mary Sue (Kepner) Fountain, formerly of Linn County, Kan., passed away on April 18, 2020, at Bridge Haven Memory Care. She was 85 years old. Mary Sue, the oldest child and daughter of Mary Lena (Hall) and Glenn Sterling Kepner, was born May 26, 1934,...[More]

Special: Phase Three of Gov. Kelly’s plan for re-opening the state - May. 1, 2020

Phase three begins no earlier than June 1, 2020, as directed by Executive Order 20-29 Mass gatherings of more than 90 individuals are prohibited. Mass gatherings are defined as instances in which individuals are in one location and are unable to maintain 6 feet of distance between individuals...[More]

Richard Paul “Chick” Clarrey 12-01-1957 to 04-27-2020 - May. 1, 2020

Linn County News Published May 6, 2020   Richard Paul "Chick" Clarrey, 62, Mapleton, Kan. passed away on Monday, April 27, 2020 at his home. Richard was born on December 1, 1957, to Judith (Graziosi) and Stephen Clarrey, Sr. He lived most of his life in Edwardsville, Kan. He...[More]

Special: Phase Out of Gov. Kelly’s plan for re-opening the state - May. 1, 2020

Phase out begins no earlier than June 15, 2020, as directed by Executive Order 20-29 Stay-At-Home orders are lifted and mass gathering limits are significantly relaxed. Mass gatherings are defined as instances in which individuals are in one location and are unable to maintain 6 feet of distance...[More]

Special: Phase Two of Gov. Kelly’s plan for re-opening the state - May. 1, 2020

  Phase two begins no earlier than May18, 2020, as directed by Executive Order 20-29 Mass gatherings of more than 30 individuals are prohibited. Mass gatherings are defined as instances in which individuals are in one location and unable to maintain 6 feet of distance between individuals (not...[More]

Special: Phase One of Gov. Kelly’s plan for re-opening the state - May. 1, 2020

  Phase one begins May 4, 2020, as directed by Executive Order 20-29 The previous statewide Stay-at-Home and mass gatherings orders are lifted and mass gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited. Mass gatherings are defined as instances in which individuals are in one location and...[More]

The Lost Season: Prairie View softball - Apr. 29, 2020

There is no 2020 softball season due to COVID-19 for the Lady Buffs this year and head coach Lisa Boone was both shocked and saddened by the news. “First of all I was kind of shocked that they called it off so early, but after, I felt sad for the seniors. Senior year is a time of a lot of last...[More]

The Lost Season: Jayhawk-Linn golf - Apr. 29, 2020

The Jayhawk golf team has had a good run the past few seasons. Last season the team made the State golf tournament, yet again, and also placed third in the tournament. Head Coach Joe Wunderly was hoping to continue that success this season, but as we know the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to that. “I...[More]

Essential: The Linn County Health Department working to bring us through COVID-19 - Apr. 29, 2020

The staff of the Linn County Health Department has been diligently working to keep Linn Countians safe throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, spending countless hours on the local COVID-19 response, all while maintaining their regular duties and programs for the community. “On March 16, I stated to...[More]

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