• A look at this year’s fall schedules

  • Dr. Glendon Cox to be honored by Radiology Leadership Institute

  • Local artist to display at Beaux Arts Centre

  • Privilege and honor: Bright retires

  • Missing boy found

NEWS

La Cygne police officer resigns

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  Patron letter raises nepotism concerns for possible new hire BY TONY FURSE One of La Cygne’s two full-time police officers tendered his resignation, effective next Monday, at the regular City Council meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 17.   On a 4-0 vote,... [More]

Missing boy found

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  Multiple agencies called out to assist Sunday morning was a parent’s worst nightmare after the 12-year-old autistic foster son of Chris and Suzanne Seagren of rural Pleasanton was discovered missing. According to Linn County Sheriff Paul Filla the Seagrens... [More]

AMR and Linn County to enhance response to 911 calls

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  911 callers that require medical assistance will receive pre-arrival instructions   MOUND CITY—American Medical Response (AMR) and the Linn County Sheriff’s Department will work together to enhance response to 911 calls starting Sept. 1. The initial... [More]

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SPORTS

Knights of Columbus to host annual golf tournament

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The Knights of Columbus looks to hold their annual four-person scramble golf tournament at Sugar Valley on Sunday, Sept. 11. The tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start and lunch provided. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn... [More]

Matt Caldwell is elected alternate Angus Delegate to 133rd annual meeting

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Matt Caldwell, Parker, Kan., has been elected as an alternate delegate to the 133rd Annual American Angus Association® Convention of Delegates, Nov. 7 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind., reports Allen Moczygemba, CEO of the American Angus Association.... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Dr. Glendon Cox to be honored by Radiology Leadership Institute

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The pride of a parent in the accomplishments of their offspring is a rare treasure to be glimpsed only in passing by an outsider.   Gerald Cox’s pride in his son, Glendon, showed through for the world to see when it was announced his son was being honored as a... [More]

Privilege and honor: Bright retires

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Roy Bright of Pleasanton has worked for Linn County for several years, his most recent stretch being 15 years with a 10 years long period before that.   On Friday, Aug. 19, Bright officially retired from his position as interim road foreman for District 2. To see the... [More]

Local artist to display at Beaux Arts Centre

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Debbie Grigsby Lynch, a lifelong resident of Linn County, has many passions in life, and besides spending time with family, painting is most likely the foremost.   “As a child I enjoyed drawing, and the fun has continued down through the years,” said Lynch. ... [More]

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