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LINN — Linn aldermen were shocked by the price tag of $1,207,560 for four projects proposed at their meeting last Tuesday by Bartlett & West, which had completed a design-build estimate for … more
This weekend’s Christmas on Main Street event begins Friday in Linn and organizers are excited about the third installment of the city-wide festival. “The community of Linn has really … more
UD Editor Neal A. Johnson was selected to serve as this year’s grand marshal at the Linn Lions Christmas Parade, which will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday with a theme of “Winter … more
LINN  — On Saturday, the Linn Police Department spearheaded what is hoped will become a new tradition in Osage County with its Shop With A Hero holiday program. Around the first of this … more
ST. JAMES—Mid America Bank and First Community National Bank were honored as the 2020 and 2021 Lenders of the Year by the Meramec Regional Development Corporation (MRDC) for their partnership … more
Development of a new subdivision in Linn, just south of Hwy. 50 and west of Hwy. 89 North, is proceeding under new ownership as Matt Lee of Mox Properties took over the project from Caleb … more
Osage County Collector Denise Nolte has reported that the tax bills sent out last week will result in the collection of $9,764,869.36 in real estate and personal property taxes, an increase of … more
The University of Missouri (MU) Extension is recruiting candidates for its Osage County Council, which consists of two representatives from each of the county’s six townships elected to … more
Osage Ambulance District board members at their meeting on Oct. 20 approved the purchase of a 2010 Dodge quad-cab four-wheel-drive truck for $13,250 from Chicago Motors. Administrator Josh Krull … more
Sami Frank, the owner of Schoolhouse Childcare, asked Linn R-2 board members during the open forum of the Oct. 19 meeting why the district can’t provide pickup and dropoff at her business for … more
Bonham seeing a record year for grants Osage County Sheriff Mike Bonham brought two grant awards for commissioners to review. One was for $350 to reimburse the county for overtime incurred by … more
OSAGE COUNTY — Jerry Baker is no longer on the job as Osage County Assessor. His resignation took effect Monday, Nov. 1, and his last working day was Friday, Oct. 29. He leaves office satisfied … more
OSAGE COUNTY  — Members of the Osage County Anti Drug Community Action Team (OC-ADCAT) recently voted to hire Lorie Winslow to serve as the organization’s first executive … more
Linn R-2 board members at their Oct. 19 meeting were met by concerned parents and students over rumors of the cancellation of fall baseball to make way for the incoming football program. During … more
Presiding Commissioner Darryl Griffin (photo above left) shapes balloons at Sunday’s trunk-or-treat at Linn Thriftway.  Pam Thomas (above right) of Morton Family Chapels passes out candy … more
Following a lengthy discussion at last Tuesday’s monthly meeting, Linn R-2 board members took no action to change the direction of the football program set to begin next fall. Originally, the … more
Several streets in Linn received a face lift this week in the form of new asphalt from Higgins Asphalt Paving Co. Streets that received new asphalt include; East Jefferson and West Jefferson from 1st … more
If you had a second dose of Moderna at least six months ago, the Osage County Health Department (OCHD) can now provide a third booster. Administrator Kim Sallin explained the authorization for … more
Elementary students at Chamois, Linn, and St. George last week took part in a presentation by author, speaker, and youth mover, Brandon White, who attended Linn R-2 from 1996-2000 during grades … more
“It’s another case of whodunit, with a catered dinner. The Nickie and Rickie Rivers Show is broadcasting from the road, but one of their featured guests is murdered.” That was … more
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