• Pleasanton goes 2-2 in the Three Rivers League tournament

  • Jayhawk volleyball wins Three Rivers League tournament

  • Deputy County Clerk John Copple retires

  • An army of one Wisdom works to clean up Main Street

  • Linn Valley PD makes multiple arrests

NEWS

An army of one Wisdom works to clean up Main Street

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Many of you who travel down Main Street in Pleasanton may have seen a loan warrior taking on the battle of cleaning up the street. That warrior, Leroy Wisdom, at times with his wife, Teddi Jo, or with the grandkids, is working to make the street look nice for the upcoming General... [More]

Linn Valley PD makes multiple arrests

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A regular traffic stop on 69 Highway landed two men in the Linn County Jail Friday, Aug. 28, 2015. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.

County debt-free First time for no outstanding debt in past few decades

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For what was reported as the first time in Linn County’s recent history, we are debt free. Following approval of the county budget last week, County Clerk David Lamb reported that valuations came in higher than expected on the new Enbridge pipeline, giving Linn County an... [More]

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SPORTS

Jayhawk volleyball wins Three Rivers League tournament

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The Jayhawk volleyball team started their season by winning the Three Rivers League tournament for the fifth year in a row. “This is a 5-peat for us, winning the league tourney. It is a great start to the volleyball season, but still lots to work on,” Head Coach... [More]

Pleasanton goes 2-2 in the Three Rivers League tournament

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The Pleasanton volleyball team hosted this year’s Three Rivers League volleyball tournament on Aug. 29. The Lady Jays were a five seed in pool A. Also in pool A were the one seed Jayhawk-Linn, the three seed Oswego, the eight seed Chetopa and the ten seed Altoona Midway.... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Local Ag teacher selected as KAAE president

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The Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators (KAAE) recently nominated Jayhawk-Linn Ag teacher Bill Johnston to be the organization’s president. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online edition here.... [More]

Swanfest Royal Court named

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The annual Swanfest event in La Cygne will be Saturday, Sept. 12. Every year youth are invited to run for the Royal Court.This year candidates will be selling raffle tickets for $1 per ticket, with a 1st place claiming $500, 2nd place $250 and 3rd place $100. To see the... [More]

Deputy County Clerk John Copple retires

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Deputy County Clerk John Copple officially retired Tuesday, Sept. 1. Copple worked for the county for over 10 years, starting out as a payroll clerk and system administrator at the courthouse in 2005. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn... [More]

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