Bobby Gene Ming Sr. 04-21-1950 to 07-17-2020 - Jul. 21, 2020

Linn County News Published July 22, 2020   On July 17, 2020, Bobby Gene Ming Sr. entered into his rest at 70 years of age, at his home in Centerville Kan., surrounded by his loving family. He will be dearly missed by his faithful, loving wife, caretaker and companion of 52 years, Sherry...[More]

SPECIAL: COVID-19 Cluster Associated with Local Gathering - Jul. 17, 2020

COVID-19 Cluster Associated with Local Gathering During an investigation of multiple positive COVID-19 cases, the Linn County Health Department discovered that several individuals attended the same party. The party took place on July 11th in rural Garnett, Kansas. The party did not have a specified...[More]

Facebook group spreading joy across Linn County - Jul. 15, 2020

Not long ago a private group appeared on Facebook called the Linn County Kansas Sprinkle Group, and since its inception on June 30, the group has been busily spreading moments of joy and happiness across Linn County. “We are living in such a negative time,” said organizer Kim Herring of...[More]

Pleasanton trap team is conference champion for the first time in program history - Jul. 15, 2020

The Pleasanton trap team is conference champion for the first time in its program history. Due to COVID-19 the season was late and short this year, but the team was well prepared when they competed in the conference championship last week. The champion is determined by which team has the highest score...[More]

USD 362 plans reopening using surveys, state guidance - Jul. 15, 2020

Prairie View Unified School District 362 is considering plans for reopening their schools next month in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. At Monday’s monthly board of education meeting, Rex Bollinger, Ed.D., district superintendent, reported the purchase of safety equipment and shared findings...[More]

Local man ordered into quarantine after potential COVID exposure Sheriff and County Attorney release statement on man’s rights - Jul. 15, 2020

Following potential exposure to COVID-19 at a Fourth of July picnic, a Pleasanton man was placed in quarantine despite his having no positive test for the virus. Ian Peery’s story appeared on KCTV5 News this past weekend after he was apparently called by the Linn County Health Department who demanded...[More]

BULLY PULPIT: Fear, power and governing - Jul. 15, 2020

“We may define a republic to be … a government which derives all its powers directly or indirectly from the great body of the people, and is administered by persons holding their offices during pleasure for a limited period, or during good behavior.” – James Madison, Federalist...[More]

Barbara Ann Nunnemacher 09-26-1950 to 07-09-2020 - Jul. 14, 2020

  Linn County News Published July 15, 2020   Barbara Ann Nunnemacher, 69, of La Cygne, Kan., passed peacefully into God’s loving arms on July 9, 2020, while in Hospice. She was the loving wife of George Nunnemacher, sharing over 51 years of marriage. Born and raised in the Christmas...[More]

Richard “Dick” DeVere Read 03-28-1929 to 07-03-2020 - Jul. 13, 2020

  Linn County News Published July 15, 2020   Richard “Dick” Read was born on March 28, 1929, in Hatcher Hospital in Wellington, Kan., and died on July 3, 2020, at Foxwood Springs, Belton, Mo. His parents were Richard Calvin Read and Beulah Mae (Wilson) Read. He graduated...[More]

Dawn Marie Steinkohl 05-08-1967 to 06-20-2020 - Jul. 9, 2020

Linn County News Published July 15, 2020   Dawn Marie Steinkohl, 53, died June 20, 2020, in Mound City, Kan. She was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., on May 8, 1967. She belonged to St. Isaac Jogues Church of Sault Ste. Marie as a child and served as an alter girl. She was a member of Mound City...[More]

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