• Pleasanton High School Homecoming candidates: (l to r) Chance Conley, Chelsea Cox, Christian Goben, Sydney Dent, Mason Ralle, Chandler Inman. Crownbearers are Sidnie Shryer Jones and Kyle Coen. Pleasanton will play the St. Paul Indians Friday, October 9 at 7 p.m.

  • Big brother Judah Skipper shares candy from the parade with his little sister, Freely, Saturday at the General Pleasonton parade. The day was beautiful and well attended.

  • Volunteers Robby Woody and Joe Pointer work to place the block façade along the community center entrance on Oct. 2. Pleasanton City Hall noted that Eddie Trager and Jeff Tucker also helped lay block that day. The block will go up to the windows at which point the material will switch to brick.

  • Buffalo football falls to Fort Scott

  • Hawks defeat Northeast Arma, 27-6


Yellow lines coming to Main Street


Pleasanton residents will be pleased to hear yellow stripes will soon appear on Main Street. In a 4-0 vote last night Pleasanton city council unanimously approved to accept a bid from Midwest Striping for $1,500 to stripe double center lines on Pleasanton’s main roadway.... [More]

2400 Rd. rehab funding questioned


Tabling 2400 Rd. rehab for this Monday, the commissioners heard from Linn Valley Mayor Jeanne Dwyer that the city was asking for the county’s expertise since they had only five miles of road to deal with and no road maintenance department. To see the full article, check... [More]

3 resign from Pleasanton planning and zoning board


Three members, Curtis Fleming, Clinton Baugh and Doug Smith, resigned from the Pleasanton Planning and Zoning Board following the city council’s recent approval of a hotly debated Heartland Propane conditional use permit (CUP) application. To see the full article, check... [More]

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Hawks defeat Northeast Arma, 27-6


The Jayhawk football team hosted Northeast Arma on Oct. 2, hoping to improve their record to 3-2 and to go undefeated in Three Rivers League play. The Hawks accomplished both goals that night which was senior/parents night as Jayhawk defeated Arma, 27-6. To see the full... [More]

Buffalo football falls to Fort Scott


The Prairie View football team looked to get back to winning after a road loss to Ottawa last week. The Buffalos tried to do this as they hosted Fort Scott on Oct. 2. The Tigers proved to be too much for the Buffalos as they handed Prairie View their second loss in a row, 35-6.... [More]

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A bright, sunny day on Main Street


The library was closed on Saturday so we could participate in General Pleasonton Days. The Chamber of Commerce now coordinates the event, and members were in force everywhere you looked. They were coordinating the parade, announcing the attractions, working in various booths... [More]

Percussion Magic coming to La Cygne Library


The La Cygne Library will host a free musical program, Percussion Magic, for children and seniors on Monday, Oct. 12. Percussion Magic provides interactive rhythm and music shows across Kansas for schools, libraries, community centers, festivals, senior centers and more. To... [More]

New floor installed in JLHS gym


After more than 40 years of use, the Jayhawk-Linn High School gym received a new floor this year. Originally constructed in 1973, countless students walked across, played on and utilized the old gym floor. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the... [More]

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