• Jayhawk-Linn girls win Pleasanton Invitational

  • Pleasanton track hosts home invitational

  • Pleasanton Elementary students receive wildlife presentation

  • World Turkey Hunting Championship held in La Cygne

  • USD 344 signs contract with Hollis and Miller Architects

NEWS

USD 344 election recount sees no change

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Reported election results from the April 7 mid-term election showed that a tie existed between USD 344 School Board candidates Shonna Looney and Curtis Fleming with 115 votes each. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check... [More]

USD 344 signs contract with Hollis and Miller Architects

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At the USD 344 Board of Education (BOE) meeting on April 13, the board unanimously voted to sign a contract with Hollis and Miller Architects to create possible expansion plans for the district. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County... [More]

Blue Mound pursues storm shelter grant

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The Blue Mound City Council met on Monday, April 20, for a special meeting concerning whether the city wished to apply for CDBG funding for a project with a minimum expense of $100,000. Communities awarded this type of funding are responsible for providing 10 percent of the total... [More]

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SPORTS

Pleasanton track hosts home invitational

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The Pleasanton track team held their annual track invitational on April 14 at the Pleasanton High School. The boys team did quite well placing fourth out of nine teams and the girls competed tough, but were nine out of nine. Cass Midway won the event for the boys with 150 points... [More]

Jayhawk-Linn girls win Pleasanton Invitational

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The Jayhawk-Linn track team traveled to Pleasanton on April 14 to compete in the Pleasanton Invitational. The girls did very well winning the meet with 126 points. Cass Midway was right on their heels with a second place score of 124 points. The boys placed eighth out of nine... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Centerville resident wins first place in sculpture contest

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Centerville resident Joe Summers recently received recognition for art he entered in the 2015 Neosho Valley Spring Art Exhibit. Summers’ clay piece titled “Waiting for Superman” placed first in the sculpture section of the contest. To see the full article, check... [More]

Pleasanton Elementary students receive wildlife presentation

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On April 14 Jennifer Rader, director of the Southeast Kansas Nature Center, provided an informative nature program to Pleasanton Elementary students at the school library. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the... [More]

World Turkey Hunting Championship held in La Cygne

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With the official launch of turkey season on Wednesday, April 15, came the start of the World Turkey Hunting Championship (WTHC). The event included professional and amateur hunters from across the world as well as music, film, television and sports celebrities. To see... [More]

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