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LINN  — Linn First Church Senior Pastor Matt Lee said he is very excited to welcome everyone to Sunday’s first service in the new location east of Linn. “We will be able to … more
LINN  —Sheriff Mike Bonham issued several citations for selling alcohol to minors during a recent Operation No Sale conducted at Freeburg, Westphalia, and Linn … more
LINN  — Lt. Kim Musgrave is relatively new to the Osage County Detention Center, but her work ethic and commitment led to two promotions in the last six months, the latest being to jail … more
LINN  — Inclusive Playground committee member Osage County Special Services (OCSS) Director Megan Reichart announced last week that the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has … more
LINN — Janis Grellner won a gold medal in the Pan American Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in June. Grellner competed in the Master’s division with over 175 archers from North, South, and … more
OSAGE COUNTY — Sheriff Mike Bonham informed commissioners Thursday morning about a suspected arson fire at the Linn Maintenance Shed on Main Street earlier that day. Bonham said a person of … more
LINN — Linn Mayor Massey was unhappy at last week’s meeting that Police Chief Michael Bickell ordered a 2023 Chevrolet Tahoe despite the cost being higher than the  $35,324 approved … more
Bonham reports 12 thefts in four months   LINN  — Osage County Sheriff Mike Bonham said he has seen about 12 thefts in four months. “We’re a small, rural … more
BIGFOOT aims for the sky as State Tech alum Eric Steinberg put on a show on Saturday at the college’s open house. Eric, a graduate of State Tech, met with Linn elementary students on … more
LINN  — Sunday’s Linn Area Craft Show promises to be the biggest ever, with many great crafters and a good mix of vendors planning to be at Linn R-2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the … more
Linn R-2 board members at their Sept. 20 meeting discussed whether to change handbook protocols regarding the wearing of headgear indoors. Superintendent Bob James said he’s encountered an … more
Linn aldermen approved pay request #4 for the design-build project with Bartlett & West for $63,191.08 for the wastewater projects at the Stonegate Subdivision and the State Tech-owned golf … more
A Linn teenager faces drug possession and careless and imprudent driving charges following a one-vehicle crash Saturday morning on Rt. U, a quarter-mile south of U.S. 50. According to the Missouri … more
LINN — Linn aldermen unanimously approved Bill #2022-016 last Tuesday, amending the city’s traffic code to allow All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), and Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) to … more
Legends Bank in Linn held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 12 to commemorate the completion of a new addition to its headquarters that had been planned since pre-COVID. “We had a … more
A creative environment for the Linn community is opening its doors for instruction and crafting parties beginning Aug. 12 and will operate regularly scheduled classes and other events by … more
OSAGE COUNTY — The new expansion of the Legends Bank building in Linn is ready for its coming-out party. The edifice at 200 E. Main has now doubled its floor space since the last expansion in … more
Melissa Love, 50, and Robert Miller, 43, of Linn, were arrested on Tuesday at their Hwy. 50 residence following a search by the Mid Missouri Multi Jurisdictional Drug Task Force and the Osage County … more
The Linn Fire Protection District (LFPD) Board of Directors were notified by Loose Creek and Bonnots Mill Water District representative Scott Mantle that they are interested in purchasing an acre of … more
LINN — Linn City Hall was standing-room-only last Tuesday night as city and county residents attended the meeting in anticipation of aldermen passing an ordinance to allow All Terrain Vehicles … more
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