Lady Comets 2-1 on the road

Fatima wrapped up a week of road games with a 2-1 record after falling Saturday to play Class 5’s fifth-ranked Carl Junction, 67-55.  “We had a decent start to the game but we had …
News
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 …
Matthew G. Magrowski, 33, of Bland, has been charged with discharging a firearm at or from a motor vehicle and domestic assault in the fourth degree following an incident on Thursday. The incident …
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 …
Westphalia aldermen at their May 31 meeting denied a request by S&P Management to adjust sewer rates for their apartment complex. In April, apartment complex owner Sharon Suess had requested that …
Linn R-2 board members voted unanimously on Thursday to accept the resignation of High School Principal Jeff Jacques and released him from his contract without penalty. Also during the closed …
Commission News
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt met with Osage County officials on Saturday at Freeburg to discuss “whatever they would like to talk about.”  Among those in attendance were Rep. Bruce …
“We have better than a dozen national rankings,” said State Tech President Dr. Shawn Strong on Thursday in his keynote address to members of the West Central Commissioners Association, …
Culvert caves in on CR 723 Osage County Road and Bridge Foreman Ron Kempker was out after hours Wednesday, Jan. 12, at the site of a box culvert collapse on CR 723. Several pieces of heavy …
Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin presented a new advisory reflecting updated guidance from the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Missouri …
Osage County 911/EMA Director Ron Hoffman spoke about two Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) workers killed while working near St. Louis. Hoffman, a firefighter himself, has often been on …
Joan Boss

    Joan “Joni” Boss, 82, Chamois, passed away June 25, 2022, at Capital Region Medical Center.  She was born July 3, 1939, to the late Louis and Ina (Casey) …

Dawn Clayton

Dawn Alaine Clayton, 74, Vienna, passed away Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021, at her residence. She was born Oct. 12, 1946, to the late Gordon Jahr and Nadine Beeler in Fremont, Mich. She was united …

Kathryn Lockwood

Kathryn E. Lockwood, 68, Morrison, passed away Friday, June 24, 2022, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia. She was born Feb. 3, 1954, to Ben and Faye (Singleton) Krider. She was united in …

Sports

Leibrecht makes history, earns Linn’s first esports scholarship to MBU

Linn senior Logan Leibrecht makes history as the first Wildcat to earn an esports scholarship after he signed an agreement with Missouri Baptist University on Jan. 6 to join the Spartans’ …

Fatima savors Owensville tourney championship as schedule heats up

Fatima coach Ryan Robertson is pleased with the week-long effort to claim first place at the Owensville tournament, which culminated Saturday with a 76-53 win over Gateway Tech Elite. “Any …

Lady Cats duo shows improvement at state

A year removed from an appearance at the state cross country meet, Myra Baker and Ramsie Tschappler represented Linn well at Saturday’s Class 2 meet and showed a lot of improvement.They ran …
Sports

Wildcats finish cross country season with a strong showing at state meet

Saturday’s Class 2 state cross country meet proved to be a memorable experience for the 12th-place Wildcats, which began Friday with a great send-off from the entire Linn student body. On …

Berhorst earns All-State, Lady Comets ninth overall

Lauren Berhorst led the Lady Comets at Saturday’s Class 3 state meet at Gans Creek, earning All-State honors for her 12th-place run of 19:32.Berhorst got off to a very fast start, getting …

Gabelsberger posts second-fastest time at state meet

Fatima runner Wyatt Gabelsberger ran his second-fastest time at Saturday’s Class 3 state meet at Gans Creek on his way to a 96th-place finish. His time of 18:21.40 came just one week after …
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After two summers without tours and very limited meetings due to the pandemic and Washington, D.C. being shut down, things around Capitol Hill are getting close to being back to normal. Capitol tours …
Paul Weaver, a political scientist at Harvard University states the news media and government have created a “CULTURE OF LYING”!  To gain power the media fabricates crisis and the …
“I never dreamed that I would have to face the prospect of not living in the United States of America, at least not the one I have known all my life…. I say, something evil has …