This day in baseball history: June 10-16 - Jun. 10, 2020

With sports being hard to come by in this day and age, I decided to start a series on the history of baseball. Baseball has always had the most interesting history of all the sports in my opinion, and what this series will cover is a historic event of the sport for each day of the upcoming week.  There...[More]

The Chiefs’ offseason: free agency gains, losses - Jun. 10, 2020

Well, the past few weeks we looked at the Chiefs’ 2020 draft picks then last week we looked at the Chiefs’ undrafted free agents. This we week we will cover both free agency acquisitions and losses, also some key contract renegotiations. Demarcus Robinson - Wide Receiver Robinson was one...[More]

Castle Farms: Raising meat for their community - Jun. 10, 2020

At the age of 7, Eric Castle purchased and raised his first hog for a 4-H project. At the age of 10, he raised his first hog from farrow to finish for another 4-H project. Today he and his wife April, along with the help of their 3-year-old daughter Bristol, own and operate Castle Farms, which Eric refers...[More]

Tanglewood residents fight gate card shutoffs, no accessibility for family - Jun. 10, 2020

The inheritance of two lots at Tanglewood Lakes led to more than just land ownership for one Linn County resident as she fights the Lake Owners Association (LOA) for the ability to come and go from her property. Eva Riojas said that her rights are being violated after she inherited the lots, did a title...[More]

Linn County, Pleasanton each receive $132,000 grant for economic development - Jun. 10, 2020

Good news for 66 cities and counties was received last week as $9 million was awarded in Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus Response Supplement (CDBG-CV) funds with Linn County and Pleasanton both receiving $132,000. Economic Development Director Jessica Hightower said that the Kansas Department...[More]

County moves to Phase 3 of Ad Astra reopening plan - Jun. 10, 2020

Emergency Management Coordinator Doug Barlet met with the County Commissioners Monday and reported that as of Friday, June 5, Gov. Laura Kelly indicated that criteria had been met for Kansas to move into Phase 3 of the Ad Astra plan to reopen. He outlined that Phase 3 increased mass gathering numbers...[More]

The Chiefs’ offseason: undrafted free agents - Jun. 3, 2020

This week we are going to focus on the Chiefs’ undrafted free agents for 2020. An undrafted free agent is a rookie that was not drafted by a team in the draft but was then picked up by a team that had roster room. The Chiefs only had six draft picks this year so there was plenty of room to pick...[More]

Whitaker retires after nearly a decade with city - Jun. 3, 2020

Joe Whitaker retired from his position as public works superintendent with the city of Pleasanton on May 29, and was honored by the city during their June 1 council meeting. “I want to commend the council on the wonderful job they have done in the nine years I’ve been here,” said Whitaker...[More]

StoneTree Coffee and Pottery opens in Mound City - Jun. 3, 2020

In 2001, Tree Lee had a vision to see a coffee shop and art gallery on Main Street in Mound City; and after 19 years of determination, setbacks and hard work, that vision became a reality. Tree began the purchase of the building where StoneTree Coffee and Pottery is now located 19 years ago. The floors...[More]

County reopening more to public with Ad Astra plan - Jun. 3, 2020

Last week Gov. Laura Kelly left the decision of reopening the state from the COVID-19 shutdown to each individual county, and the Linn County Board of Health comprised of the Linn County Commissioners convened Monday to first approve fireworks sales for July 4 and, second, to discuss further reopening...[More]

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