Sheriff receives okay to purchase replacement SUV - Jan. 15, 2020

      Following an accident that totaled one of the Dodge Durango cruisers purchased by the former sheriff, the County Commissioners approved at their regular Monday meeting the purchase of a new 2020 Ford Explorer built specifically for police duty. Sheriff Kevin Friend said that...[More]

USD 362 prepares resolution vote for bond issue - Jan. 15, 2020

  General construction scope to be $7.5 million       The board of education for Unified School District 362 will meet in special session next week to decide on a bond-issue resolution. That was the second of two votes on construction projects, primarily for Prairie View High,...[More]

Law enforcement attends Lethality Assessment Protocol training - Jan. 15, 2020

  Focuses on domestic violence     With statistics stating that half, approximately 1,500, of the homicides that occur each year being committed by a former intimate partner – and a high percentage of the homicides related to domestic violence – the Linn County Attorney’s...[More]

Linda Lou Brown Minkler 10-03-1947 to 01-11-2020 - Jan. 14, 2020

Linda Lou Brown Minkler 10-03-1947 to 01-11-2020   Linn County News Published Jan. 15, 2020   On Jan. 11, 2020, Linda Lou Minkler of Kincaid, Kan., passed away with her husband by her side at Saint Luke’s Hospice House, Kansas City, Mo., after a fierce battle with cancer. She...[More]

Wallace “Wally” Jackson Callahan 04-14-1925 to 12-30-2019 - Jan. 14, 2020

Wallace “Wally” Jackson Callahan 04-14-1925 to 12-30-2019   Linn County News Published Jan. 15, 2020   Wallace “Wally” Jackson Callahan was born April 14, 1925, in Deepwater, Henry County, Mo., to Marion L. and Vianna E. (Wallace) Callahan. The family moved...[More]

Current KDWPT fishing reports for local bodies of water - Jan. 8, 2020

      For those who are looking to do some winter fishing, here are the current fishing reports for several Linn County bodies of water provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. All fishing reports were updated on Dec. 24. Critzer Lake Channel catfish and crappie...[More]

Prairie View boys’ basketball pulls off thrilling win against Baldwin - Jan. 8, 2020

      The Prairie View boys’ basketball team hosted Frontier League opponent Baldwin in a non-league matchup on Jan. 3.  Both these teams were fairly even in talent, and it was apparent on the court. However, the Buffalos had just enough to win a close and exciting game,...[More]

Becoming a Mom: Linn County Health Department to hold prenatal classes aimed at education, resources - Jan. 8, 2020

    The Linn County Health Department, in collaboration with various partners, will be holding weekly prenatal classes utilizing the March of Dimes Becoming a Mom® curriculum supported by Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Beginning on Jan. 29 through March 4, classes will be...[More]

Sugar Valley Lakes author Frank Clay shares relevance of his new memoir during African American History Month - Jan. 8, 2020

  “Evidence Unseen: Finding the Faith to Overcome” is a contemporary resource for understanding African American experience beginning in 1955, almost 65 years ago, when the author was born. Frank Clay will be sharing his story from 5-7 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Mound City Library for African...[More]

City fathers address La Cygne water plant items - Jan. 8, 2020

      La Cygne city leaders addressed several items pertaining to its water treatment plant last Thursday. Though many of the issues were anticipatory or informational, the council did unanimously act to extend the contract for Stewart Kasper, certified water operator, through June....[More]

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