Prairie View boys win thriller against Anderson County; girls compete but fall - Jan. 22, 2020

          The Prairie View basketball teams traveled to Anderson County on Jan. 14 for a Pioneer League contest against the Bulldogs. The girls played first, and it was not a good game for the Lady Buffalos. The Lady Buffs fell down big in the first quarter but then made...[More]

Jayhawk wrestling competes at Parsons, Wellsville - Jan. 22, 2020

      The Jayhawk wrestling team competed at Parsons and Wellsville and did quite well, as they went 1-1 at the duals in Parsons and had five place at the tournament in Wellsville. The duals at Parsons were on Jan. 9 ,and the Hawks faced Parsons and Humboldt. They lost to Parsons 42-36...[More]

Stark signs as eSports athlete at FSCC - Jan. 22, 2020

  On Wednesday, Jan. 15, Robert Stark, a senior at Pleasanton High School, signed with Fort Scott Community College for a full scholarship, covering both tuition and books, as an eSports athlete. “He is considered a full athlete at FSCC as of the signing of those papers,” said Ben...[More]

Wes’ Recycling gearing up to open second location - Jan. 22, 2020

      Wes’ Recycling, Inc., of Centerville recently purchased the property that was most recently Custom Alloy, formerly Tower Metal, of Prescott and is currently modifying the building to become a secondary location for the company. With space becoming a rare commodity at their...[More]

Prairie View High to sport shooting team - Jan. 22, 2020

  Board approves in time for this spring’s trap season     Prairie View High will be represented in a state trap shooting league this spring. On a 6-0 vote, with Nicolas Philpott absent, the Unified School District 362 board of education approved the activity at its Jan. 13...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Party affiliation in Kansas - Jan. 22, 2020

  I had the pleasure of attending the Linn County Republican Women’s annual chili dinner Monday night, and with that I got to taste approximately 10 different kinds of chili. It is amazing that one soup called chili can have so many different variations in taste and degree of hotness, from...[More]

Claim Your Campus coming in July - Jan. 22, 2020

      Greg Topping, volunteer coordinator for Claim Your Campus 2020,  spoke to the County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting about a movement across America called Claim Your Campus. He said high school campuses across the country have student led prayer creating service projects...[More]

Sheriff issues past year’s response numbers - Jan. 22, 2020

      At the Tuesday County Commissioners’ meeting, giving a weekly prisoner count of 35 prisoners with 19 housed in county, County Sheriff Kevin Friend reported 197 calls for service, less than last week, “probably due to the cold weather without ice.” He then reported...[More]

Commissioners approve rescue pumper purchases - Jan. 22, 2020

    Following the receipt of six rescue pumper truck bids for the Linn County Rural Fire Department, the rural fire board reviewed the bids and chose the Hays Fire and Rescue Sales and Service bid for approval by the County Commissioners. At the commissioners’ Tuesday meeting, Fire...[More]

Eldon Lanham inducted into Kansas Fairs Hall of Fame - Jan. 22, 2020

    Long-time Linn County Fair Board member Eldon Lanham was recently inducted into the Kansas Fairs and Festivals Hall of Fame during the association’s annual meeting held January 10-12 in Topeka. Lanham has been on the Linn County Fair Board for 50 years, serving in many capacities...[More]

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