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A Safety Day was held on June 25 at the Linn City Park where local agencies were on-hand to showcase equipment and answer questions from the public. The event was organized by Linn Fire Protection … more
Linn aldermen will begin putting together plans for an ATV/UTV ordinance to be presented at the July meeting. Last Tuesday’s meeting included citizens in favor of being able to use their … more
Linn has two construction projects that seem to be stalling because of property easements. Bartlett & West Engineer Hope Drennan was at last Tuesday’s meeting to announce that the … more
LINN — Linn aldermen at a special meeting last Thursday approved a Notice to Proceed for the 2022 Resurfacing Project that will be completed by Higgins Asphalt Paving Company, Inc., for a total … more
Several area residents met last Tuesday at the Barefoot Event Center to discuss the development of a Linn Community Betterment Association. Stephanie Lewis, who works at American Family Insurance … more
At last week’s meeting, Linn aldermen approved the street improvement project for 2022 at a cost of $209,475, which will include three of the groups that Bartlett & West had bid at the … more
Legends Bank, based in Linn, has applied to build a second branch at Rolla at 1010 Forum Drive near the Forum Shopping Center. “We consider this an ideal location,” said CEO John A. … more
Following a decision not to appeal the suspension of her license to operate Busy Bee Learning Academy, owner Tonya Newbound has opted to lease the property, building, and all equipment to Growing … more
Friday’s first-ever ATV/UTV and Dirt Bike Rodeo sponsored by the Linn Wildcat Football Club was a huge success, with 77 racers participating in three races.  “The Linn Football … more
Linn High School Principal Jeff Jacques told board members at their April 19 meeting that progress is being made in reducing the number of students with Ds and Fs. “We’re … more
The Linn Fire Protection District (LFPD) Board of Directors welcomed their first woman board member after Dee Vaughan was sworn in during their April 21 meeting. “This is a historic … more
At their meeting last Tuesday night, Linn aldermen adopted a deficit budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year, with projected revenues of $3,161,414 and projects expenditures at $3,338,793. According to … more
Katie Kempker, 44, of Jefferson City, was unhurt following an accident on Thursday at about 4 p.m. on Main Street in Linn. According to Linn Police Chief Michael Bickell, the accident occurred as … more
Busy Bee Learning Academy owner Tonya Newbound confirmed this week that she will not appeal the suspension of her daycare license. Busy Bee had until Monday to file an appeal of the … more
Busy Bee Learning Academy of Linn will continue to operate on a limited basis as owner Tonya Newbound appeals Friday’s suspension of the daycare’s license. Following a complaint last … more
State Tech will host the SkillsUSA Missouri Leadership and Skills Conference April 7-9 as the event returns to the Linn campus for the first time since before the pandemic. “We are very … more
VFW Post 4756 members Bill Reynolds, Les Budnik, Bob Walling, Patrick Muenks, Kenny Hoffman, Mike Jacquin, and Dan Schaefer gathered on Sunday to dedicate a new sign for the Vietnam War Flag … more
Linn aldermen last Tuesday approved an ordinance authorizing Mayor Dwight Massey to sign a change order with Higgins Asphalt and Paving Company for the 2021 Street Resurfacing Project. The change … more
Linn aldermen at their Feb. 13 meeting agreed to move forward with the sewer extension for the Stonegate Subdivision and the State Tech Country Club Renovation. Aldermen authorized Bartlett & … more
Linn R-2 board members last week by a 6-1 vote — President Dennis Gravedoni cast the nay vote — hired Bob James to serve as superintendent with an initial two-year contract at $135,000 … more
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