• Students compete in Hubbard Math competition

  • Over 340 meals were served, not including 41 meals delivered to homebound individuals, at the annual La Cygne Community Dinner held last Saturday at the La Cygne Elementary School. Lots of stories were shared over the wonderful meal kicking off the holiday season.

  • Photo contest winners announced

  • Mound City Public Works employees Trevor White and Glenn Johnson work to hang Christmas decorations on Main Street poles Monday in anticipation of the upcoming holiday. Soon, the Mound City Courthouse will be adorned with Christmas lights making it a highlight for visitors.

  • Ware, Dent and Pope headline the All County volleyball team


La Cygne hears updates on city water project


Proposed water distribution system improvements for Phases I and II, including new water lines, of La Cygne’s estimated $6.172 million upcoming water project were presented to the city council at last Wednesday’s regular meeting. Brian Kingsley, professional architect... [More]

Architect move, floodplain question set back La Cygne sidewalk timeline


Determining the need for a floodplain fill permit acquisition is among the changes to the timeline for La Cygne’s $385,000 East Market Street sidewalk improvement project. Brian Kingsley, professional architect for BG Consultants, Inc., said milestone date changes anywhere... [More]

La Cygne council sends poultry grievance to committee for Dec. 16 recommendation


Round two of the chicken fight between Jeffrey Thomasson, 813 N. 2nd, and a decade-old La Cygne poultry ordinance resulted in the issue last Wednesday being sent to the city council’s Public Safety committee for review and a recommendation at the full council’s... [More]

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Linn County’s top five cross country runners


Cross country season has concluded and all the kids from the county’s three high schools competed well this year. However, some runners really stood out. I have chosen the top five, in my opinion, high school cross country runners in Linn County. The runners were chosen... [More]

Ware, Dent and Pope headline the All County volleyball team


The 2015 volleyball season is over and all the girls of all three county schools played hard, but some girls stood out with their exceptional performances this season. The All-County volleyball team was selected by two criteria; the eye test from me seeing the girls playing... [More]

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Photo contest winners announced


Several photographers took advantage of the opportunity to show off their photography skills and entered the holiday Linn County News photo contest. Originally, we had planned to do a special section that featured the winner on the front page. Due to idea changes on how we handled... [More]

Inman tours KU Med through Women in Health Care program


The KU Medical Center Area Health Education Center created a program exclusively for female high school students in Kansas called Women in Health Care: The Next Generation. Through the program, KU encourages women to become health care leaders across the globe. Local student... [More]

Students compete in Hubbard Math competition


On Nov. 18, visitors to the Osawatomie High School gym could hear the “clink” of a pin drop when students competed in the Hubbard Math event. Over 100 students rivaled for the honor of first, second or third place in the competition. Thirty-seven students from Prairie... [More]

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