• Prairie View softball coasts to State

  • La Cygne Historical Society kicks off Hometown Teams exhibit

  • Former Jayhawk graduate plans to volunteer in Nepal

  • Church continues patriotic tradition, honors local veteran

  • Blu-Jay boys’ track finishes second, girls fourth at TRL meet

NEWS

Council decides new water rates

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La Cygne City Clerk Devona Herrin presented rate options for the water project to the La Cygne City Council meeting, Wednesday, May 2o. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.

KCP&L warns customers of a new scam

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – KCP&L wants to warn Kansas and Missouri business and residential customers of a new scam. Today, KCP&L saw an increase in reports of phone and social media scams involving customers’ utility bills and other personal information. To... [More]

Church continues patriotic tradition, honors local veteran

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The New Lancaster United Methodist Church (NLUMC) and surrounding community recently gathered together to carry on a patriotic tradition the church has continued for over 20 years—honoring local veterans for their service to America. To see the full article, check... [More]

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SPORTS

Prairie View softball coasts to State

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The Prairie View softball team traveled to Garnett to compete in the Anderson County Division II Regional tournament on May 19. The Lady Buffs were the one seed in the tournament with Anderson County as the two seed, Osawatomie as the three seed and Iola as the four seed. Prairie... [More]

Jayhawk softball falls to Humboldt in Regional final

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The Jayhawk softball team hosted 3A Regional Softball on May 18 and May 21. There were seven teams in the bracket and Jayhawk was the two seed with a 15-5 regular season record. Humboldt was the one seed with a 20-0 record. The Hawks first played the seven-seed Central Heights... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Principal camps on school roof for rooftop challenge

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Jayhawk-Linn High School/Junior High Principal Jim Dillon recently paid off a unique “debt” to Mound City students by spending the night in a tent on top of the school. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check... [More]

La Cygne Historical Society kicks off Hometown Teams exhibit

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The tribute to hometown teams and sporting history of the La Cygne greater area officially kicked off this past Sunday at the La Cygne Historical Society. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.... [More]

Former Jayhawk graduate plans to volunteer in Nepal

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On Wednesday morning, May 27, Mound City native Natalie Black will board a plane headed to Mozambique, Africa. Her plane ride is the beginning of a long-term mission trip that will eventually place Black in the South Asian country of Nepal. To see the full article, check... [More]

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