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LINN — Stuart Massman earned his Eagle rank on Feb. 20 after constructing book-sharing boxes to benefit the community before graduating last month from Linn High School. “The … more
LINN — U.S. Magistrate Judge Willie J. Epps Jr. presided Friday over a naturalization ceremony, held at the Osage County Community Center on the State Tech campus, during which 83 new citizens … more
Linn Fire Protection District Chief Ron Hoffman is urging everyone to contact the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) before June 20 to comment on a proposed rule called … more
LINN — Mark Musgrave’s plea hearing, previously scheduled for June 5, has been continued until Sept. 4 at 9 a.m. for a plea or trial setting.     According to the March 7 … more
LINN   —   In its eighth year, supporters of the fight against human trafficking gathered at the Linn City Park for a 5K Run/Walk to benefit Rescue Innocence with a theme of … more
LINN — On May 23, the Secretary of State’s office responded to the election complaint filed on April 17 by Linda Rantz of Linn. The complaint alleged that the write-in votes for the … more
LINN   — Tyler Wagner, who will be a junior at Linn High School in the fall, recently completed his Eagle Scout project to replace a sign with three crosses at Liberty Road Baptist Church … more
OSAGE COUNTY   —   Lisa C. McNulty, 38, of Linn, was charged on May 23 with possession of a controlled substance, child endangerment, and unlawful use of a weapon, all felonies. … more
LINN   —   Linn Police Chief Sam Ford presented Police Officer Darrell Chrisenberry the Life-Saving Award at last Tuesday’s city meeting. Mayor Dwight Massey reported that … more
LINN — After having no carnival rides at the Linn Lions Club Osage County Fair in 2021 and 2023, the fair board is pleased to announce that Show Me Amusements will provide rides again this … more
The Linn Board of Aldermen on April 30 approved a deficit budget for the 2024-25 fiscal year. The new budget shows $173,032 in spending over what the city will receive in revenues for the fiscal … more
Linn Aldermen on April 30 approved increasing water and sewer rates. Aldermen approved two separate ordinances to make these changes. Ordinance No. 2024-06 amended the city code raising the … more
LINN — Samuel Levi Hudson, State Tech’s chief information officer, was charged April 24 in a felony Phelps County warrant alleging three counts of deviate sexual sodomy against a male … more
LINN — In September of 2023, Osage Ambulance District received a federal grant of $800,000 per year for four years, from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (a branch … more
LINN — The Central Community Action Linn Head Start did things a little differently this year, holding their annual 100 Man Lunch during breakfast instead. Members of Osage Ambulance … more
Linn Aldermen agreed March 24 to pay for a property survey of the St. George Catholic Church Cemetery at the request of the cemetery board to determine property lines. The St George Cemetery … more
On March 16, the neighborhood of John Knoll Drive held their third annual Easter egg hunt and cookout, which is put on by Nancy Miller of Linn. more
Linn aldermen on March 19 approved the purchase of a 2021 Ford Explorer from the Missouri Highway Patrol for $31,900. Linn Police Chief Sam Ford requested the purchase of another vehicle … more
LINN   —   Linn senior Lily Strope was selected as the Osage County Anti-Drug Community Action Team (OC-ADCAT) Student of the Month for March, an honor Coach Ryan Rost said she … more
COLE COUNTY   — Holly and Michael Kliethermes of Linn were charged in Cole County on March 19 and March 21, respectively, with financial exploitation of an elderly or disabled person. … more
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