Holmes retires following 35 years with Court Clerk’s offices - Dec. 18, 2019

      After 35 1/2 years working in the Court Clerk’s offices for the 6th Judicial District of Kansas, Connie Holmes retired from her position as Trial Court Clerk II on Friday, Dec. 13. For 32 years Holmes worked in the Miami County District Court Clerk’s Office; however,...[More]

West retires from La Cygne Police Department - Dec. 18, 2019

      La Cygne Chief of Police Tate West signed off with dispatch for the last time yesterday, Dec. 17, at 1500 hours, the end of his last shift. His final sign-off follows seven-plus years in his current position, 14 years with La Cygne; and 18 years overall in law enforcement. West...[More]

USD 362 will consider high school trap team - Dec. 18, 2019

  Decision for spring season to be next month     A decision on whether to sport a Prairie View High trapshooting team this spring will be determined next month. After hearing presentations by both a Prairie View junior and the school’s activities director at their regular meeting...[More]

Bully Pulpit - Virginia gun laws – a disaster for all of us - Dec. 18, 2019

  It’s a free-for-all in Virginia. The Democrats took the House, Senate, governor and state’s attorney general position – and with that Virginia is looking to become a Civil War battleground for the rights of its residents concerning the Second Amendment. The Washingtonpost.com...[More]

Retiring mayor lauds Parker councils - Dec. 18, 2019

  In farewell remarks, Burk lists street, budget successes   BY TONY FURSE Linn County News Newspapersrme@yahoo.com   A retiring mayor has credited his town’s legislative councils – present and past – for its city government successes during the decade. Using...[More]

KSDE’s Dennis to be recognized in January as Kansan of the Year - Dec. 18, 2019

  Banquet to take place in honor of Dennis, songwriter Nicolle Galyon TOPEKA – Longtime state employee Dale Dennis is one of two Kansans being honored as a Kansan of the Year, the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas recently announced. Dennis is deputy commissioner of fiscal and administrative...[More]

Defensive Tactics For Women self- defense class Jan. 11 at JLHS - Dec. 18, 2019

        After reorganizing the women’s defensive program, The Well Armed Woman, to a local group that is focused on women’s comprehensive awareness and safety, Linn County’s The Well Armed Woman has become Defensive Tactics for Women. The group will focus on...[More]

Albert Wertz - Dec. 17, 2019

Albert Wertz   Linn County News Published Dec. 18, 2019   Word was received Monday about the passing of Albert Wertz, 96, at his home in Eudora, Kan. Funeral arrangements are pending. ...[More]

Jayhawk wrestling begins season at Caney Valley, Frontenac - Dec. 11, 2019

      The Jayhawk varsity wrestling team traveled to Caney Valley on Dec. 7 to compete in the Kan-Okla Tournament. The tournament featured 20 teams, and the Hawks placed 12th with 57 points. Fellow Three Rivers League’s school Uniontown placed 14th with 50 points. Shawnee Heights...[More]

Buffalo boys fall to Frontenac in season opener - Dec. 11, 2019

      The Prairie View boys’ basketball team hosted Frontenac on Dec. 5 for the 2019-2020 season opener. The Buffalos played hard but were no match for Frontenac as the Raiders won the game 71-33. The Raiders set the tone early and got out to a quick double-digit lead. Frontenac...[More]

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