• Earl White 12-03-1911 to 05-24-2016

  • No third-time softball charm: Lady Buffs lose State quarterfinal

  • Gulotta places second at State in the pole vault

  • Director explains invasive, noxious weed differences

  • Fundraiser for baby Danny a success

NEWS

Jayhawk-Linn FFA member vies for state office

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MANHATTAN – A member of the Jayhawk-Linn FFA Chapter is among the 18 candidates running for a state officer position to represent more than 9,000 Kansas FFA members for the 2016-2017 term. Jessie Carr will complete an intense process of interviews, tests and public speaking... [More]

Prairie View teacher rearrested

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More victims identified in investigation   Following the arrest of Prairie View English teacher Keaton Krell May 19, he was rearrested in the lobby of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office after further investigation revealed more victims. To see the full... [More]

Lack of volunteers threatens Swanfest

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The word is officially out. Without more volunteers, La Cygne’s annual Swanfest might be cancelled.   So warned Marvin Clements, a Swanfest committee member who also serves on the local Chamber of Commerce board. To see the full article, check out this week's... [More]

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SPORTS

No third-time softball charm: Lady Buffs lose State quarterfinal

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A No. 2 seed and a perceived favorable quarterfinal matchup with Frontenac seemed a tonic for Prairie View finally to advance beyond a state softball tournament first round.   Alas, though, the third time proved not to be the charm as the Lady Buffalos lost to the Lady... [More]

Gulotta places second at State in the pole vault

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Prairie View senior Colin Gulotta was the lone Buffalo representing Buffalo track at the State track meet at Wichita on May 27 to May 28.   Gulotta made State last year and improved in his best event, the pole vault. This year Gulotta had the best placing out of any... [More]

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COMMUNITY

Director explains invasive, noxious weed differences

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The recent May precipitation bodes well for upcoming plant growth.   That means John Maloney, Linn County noxious weed director, and Rick Post, who mans the county’s noxious weed shop near Prescott, will be on the lookout. To see the full article, check out this... [More]

Fundraiser for baby Danny a success

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A fundraiser held over the Memorial Day weekend was labeled a success by family members of Danny Monceret, the six-month-old son of Geoff and  Chelsea Ogden Monceret. To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online... [More]

Dent receives County Clerks and Election Officials Association Scholarship

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The Kansas County Clerks and Election Officials Association awards scholarships annually to Kansas high school seniors and college freshmen and sophomores, provided they carry a minimum 3.0 GPA. The scholarships are for those students who major in journalism, political science,... [More]

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