• Jayhawk girls go 1-2 at the Lancer Classic

  • Pleasanton girls place second at home Mid-Season Tournament

  • Code project pushes local students to examine life goals

  • City declares emergency condemnation of old hotel property

  • Game warden seeks help in swan case

NEWS

City declares emergency condemnation of old hotel property

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At the special meeting Thursday evening, Pleasanton City Council adopted resolution #292, officially condemning the old hotel building located at 826 Main St. in Pleasanton. Since the dated structure first began to cave in November 2014, the city has worked to figure out how... [More]

Attempted 2nd degree murder charge leveled on local man

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The Linn County Sheriff’s Department responded to a domestic disturbance call last Sunday, Jan. 25, at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sheriff Paul Filla reported that Gleif Ander Garrison, 30, was arrested with charges of attempted murder in the second degree, aggravated battery,... [More]

Game warden seeks help in swan case

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Linn County Game Warden Austin Jackson is seeking the public’s assistance to help identify the person/(s) responsible for shooting a swan near Pleasanton East Lake last week. The dead bird was found in the yard of a landowner located at the intersection of 1200 Road and... [More]

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SPORTS

Jayhawk girls go 1-2 at the Lancer Classic

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The Jayhawk-Linn girls’ basketball team competed in the Lancer Classic at Southeast Cherokee from Jan. 19-24. The girls were given a six seed in the tournament and the action started when they played the three-seed Columbus on Jan. 20. To see the full article, check... [More]

Pleasanton girls place second at home Mid-Season Tournament

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The Pleasanton girls hosted their Mid-Season Tournament from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23. The Lady Jays did well in the tournament, going 2-1 and placing second behind Central Heights who won the tournament. Humboldt was third followed by Uniontown, Marmaton Valley and Altoona Midway.... [More]

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COMMUNITY

County residents reminded of what recycling material accepted

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Linn County Solid Waste Coordinator Joe Maloney highlighted the county’s recycling program at the Linn County Commission meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 20. Maloney referenced the concerns of items that the county does not recycle being placed in the recycling containers. He... [More]

City of La Cygne awarded $500,000 for water project

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The city of La Cygne has received notification that they have been awarded $500,000 by the Kansas Small Cities Community Development Block Grant for their water project following a very involved grant application process. The grant is for Phase 1 of a potentially four phase project.... [More]

Code project pushes local students to examine life goals

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Pleasanton High School seniors embarked on a soul-searching adventure this month as they worked to complete their "senior code" projects. Completed annually by each senior class, no two projects have ever been alike. Code projects come in all shapes and sizes, each piece as... [More]

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