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A radio designed to communicate with spirits crackled and hissed on a recent Saturday evening at Where Pigs Fly near Linn when the word, “Hello” was clearly audible to the 13 people gathered in … more
Linn R-2 Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) teacher and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Advisor Christine Miller, earned a 2019-20 Excellence in Advising Award from the state … more
A Morrison man is jailed in Linn without bond following his arrest Friday at a residence in the far northwestern Gasconade County community. Joshua D. Blackburn is charged in a felony no-bond … more
Steve Morfeld of Linn has been farming for a long time but this is the first time he’s ever been involved in a combine fire, and he feels fortunate to have escaped unharmed. “It could have … more
A Project launched in June by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4756 in Linn came to fruition last week with the laying of 102 engraved and some blank bricks covering 15 feet along the … more
Nick Rackers is a Commercial Turf and Grounds Instructor in the Agricultural Department at State Tech. He says there are three kinds of student attracted to the program: landscapers, golf course … more
Where Pigs Fly owner Cindy Brenneke said when she got started there was no way to anticipate how much this venture would identify her life. “This is not what I foresaw for my future, but I love … more
"You know my best moment?" grinned Thelma Brown. She was recalling the feeling of taking the last dirty diaper can out to the dumpster. Still, the mist in her eyes reflected the good memories she was … more
OSAGE COUNTY  — Six of 10 Osage County businesses were caught Thursday selling alcohol to underage customers in an undercover sting operation conducted by the Osage County Sheriff’s … more
OSAGE COUNTY  — Two Linn R-2 students have tested positive for COVID, according to Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan Long, who said that as of Tuesday, 155 cases have been … more
LINN — Legends Bank President Tom Klebba on Friday said land on which the new pocket park at Linn was developed has seen many iterations over the years before the bank purchased it in 2008, and now … more
LINN — Sleep in Heavenly Peace (SHP) volunteer Fred Dautenhahn and a group of 81 volunteers on Saturday built 50 beds at St. James, including the 100th since the Phelps County chapter began its … more
Local resident Terry Brunnert appeared before the Argyle trustees Sept. 17 asking for gravel on his road at Dacon Drive where it turns to go up onto Brunnert Lane. Brunnert was following up on an … more
LINN  — While the crowd wasn’t as large as organizer Linda Dudenhoeffer had hoped, she is pleased with the support shown at Saturday’s 5K color run/walk at Linn City Park for … more
LINN — Linn aldermen last Tuesday voted to have Bartlett & West Engineering pursue a wastewater regionalization grant from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for the LeMar … more
State Tech Regents on Friday approved a 3% raise for employees. This decision comes after the college experienced 4 straight years of record breaking enrollment numbers. “The last several years … more
LINN — Osage Ambulance District crews have completed field-testing a new CPR device from LUCAS chest-compression system and following a recommendation at last Wednesday’s meeting by Administrator … more
LINN — An old clay pit on Travis Greer’s property near Linn on Rt. CC was searched Thursday evening by the Mid Missouri Dive & Rescue Team, led by Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman, in … more
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