COVID-19 affects several county budgets Increases seen in many budgets including Sheriff’s Department - Jul. 1, 2020

Rolled into the County Commissioners’ day of tentatively approving budgets on Monday, County Health Nurse Administrator Tisha Coleman presented her 2021 budget and stated it would show a 34.1 percent increase – mostly due to COVID-19. Coleman said, “Looking to the future, it could...[More]

SPECIAL: Governor Laura Kelly Announces Masks Must be Worn Statewide - Jun. 29, 2020

  TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly today announced that she will sign an Executive Order requiring that most Kansans in a public space must wear a mask, beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3.   “This is a simple, proactive step we can take to keep Kansans at work, get our...[More]

SPECIAL: NOVEL CORONAVIRUS / COVID-19 new case - Jun. 29, 2020

    June 26, 2020 The Linn County Health Department announced today that a new positive Covid-19 case was confirmed in Linn County on Wednesday.  The Testing was confirmed through Kansas Department of Health and Environment Laboratory.  The Health Department is working to...[More]

SPECIAL: - Jun. 29, 2020

Catholic Charities food giveaway Wednesday   Linn County Health Nurse Tisha Coleman updated the commissioners that Wednesday, July 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. eight pallets of food will be given away on a first-come first-served basis to 500 recipients. She said 500 sacks of groceries were put...[More]

Velma Eileen Crisler 06-21-1936 to 06-24-2020 - Jun. 29, 2020

  Linn County News Published July 1, 2020   Velma Eileen Crisler, 84, of Edgerton, Kan., passed away on June 24, 2020. She was born on June 21, 1936, to Wayne and Violet (Hoover) Hardisty at Osawatomie, Kan. On June 19, 1955, she married Wayne S. Crisler, and they made their home in...[More]

SPECIAL: Murder in the second degree charges filed Suspect’s first appearance in court held on June 25 - Jun. 29, 2020

  Linn County deputies, Mound City officers and emergency personnel were called to the scene of a suspicious death at 529 Main in Mound City on Saturday evening, June 20. Responders found the body of Dawn Russo on scene and ascertained she had been stabbed. Another subject on scene had cut...[More]

LeRoy Turpen, Sr. 01-17-1945 to 06-23-2020 - Jun. 26, 2020

Linn County News Published July 1, 2020   LeRoy Turpen, Sr., age 75, La Cygne, Kan., passed away Tuesday, June 23, 2020. He was born on Jan. 17, 1945, the son of Joe Henry and Dorothy Mae Funk Turpen. He graduated from La Cygne Rural High School in the Class of 1963. LeRoy...[More]

SPECIAL: Novel Coronavirus / COVID-19 Recovery Drive - Jun. 25, 2020

  The Linn County Health Department will be hosting a COVID-19 Recovery Drive. We will be handing out FREE Care Packages, which include a variety of necessities and food items, to any Linn County resident. Donations will be given to the first 500 recipients, on a first come first served basis,...[More]

BULLY PULPIT Don’t let your guard down - Jun. 24, 2020

Don’t let your guard down I, as with many people in the “flyover states,” am feeling a great frustration over the destruction of our heritage, our cities, our laws and our entire nation at the hands of “protesters” and anarchists bent on destroying everything this nation...[More]

This week in baseball history: June 24-30 - Jun. 24, 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. June 24, 1947 – Robinson steals home for the first time...[More]

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