• Hometown Heroes sports talk focuses on Title IX, female equality

  • 2015 Eastern Kansas Pro Rodeo Series Winners

  • Going green, family builds new home out of shipping containers

  • Student donates hair to help cancer patients

  • 6th St. temporarily closes due to water leak

NEWS

La Cygne alters employee health insurance, pre-hiring physicals

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La Cygne’s city council altered employee health insurance options and the type of physical tests required for prospective new hirings at its regular meeting last Wednesday. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out... [More]

6th St. temporarily closes due to water leak

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On Tuesday evening, Aug. 18, the city of Pleasanton learned of a water line leak near 6th Street and Pine Street. City Administrator Erica Kern reported that water appeared to be “seeping out of the road.” To see the full article, check out this week's edition... [More]

County gains $900,000 in pipeline valuation revenue

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County Clerk David Lamb was the bearer of pleasant news for the commissioners Monday when they learned that the Enbridge pipeline valuation was going to add over eight mills to the county’s valuation. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the... [More]

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SPORTS

2015 Eastern Kansas Pro Rodeo Series Winners

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The High Point winners were named in the 2015 Eastern Kansas Pro Rodeo Series following the completion of the Eureka, Kan. rodeo Aug 14-15. The series was a joint effort between the Linn County Fair Rodeo, Mound City, Kan., Aug 6-7 and the Eureka Pro Rodeo Association. The series... [More]

Hometown Heroes sports talk focuses on Title IX, female equality

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Girl athletes today may not recognize the strides made during the past 40 years. That assessment formed the crux of Laura Hartley’s “Run Like a Girl: Kansas Stories of Title IX” presentation Monday evening at the La Cygne Library’s Swan Room. To... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Hairy Squirrel

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It was a nice, sunny Saturday afternoon. Me an’ Chris weren’t doing anything constructive, so we devised a scheme to go hunting. This time we were going to use guns. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out... [More]

Going green, family builds new home out of shipping containers

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Art Brown and his wife, Susan, embarked on a daring adventure last summer when the pair decided to build a house using recycled cargo shipping containers. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.... [More]

Student donates hair to help cancer patients

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Gracie Shaw, a nine-year-old girl, of Pleasanton, started off her school year with a selfless donation, meaning she’ll also go to school with significantly shorter hair this year. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or... [More]

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