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State Technical College Board of Regents at their June 26 meeting approved tuition rates for the fall semester at the maximum available to the school. As a result, students next fall will see an … more
Osage County Health Department Administrator Susan Long is alarmed at the recent spike in positive test results, with six new cases in the last 10 days, bringing the total to 13, with seven … more
Despite concerns about COVID-19, the Linn Lions Club Osage County Fair Chairman Alfred Brandt said he hopes everyone will take personal responsibility. “Some people won’t feel … more
During Officer Inauguration June 23, the Linn Lions inducted Lion Clell Baker to the presidency, replacing Lion Alfred Brandt. Lion Baker has been a member of the club since July 1991 and looks … more
The First Assembly of God Church of Linn, also known as the Family Worship Center, hosted its annual Freedom Day Celebration Friday, July 3. Hot dogs from the grill, soda, cookies, and other … more
Karen Brinkmann has long considered the need for a community family event and youth center and has started a project to build the home of Hillbilly holl3r, which will be known as the Wagon Wheel, … more
A group of women from Loose Creek are working to make Osage County a little more beautiful.  The four ladies make up the Beautification Committee for the 175th Celebration for the Immaculate … more
Lyle R. Haslag, 36, Loose Creek, was indicted Wednesday, June 24, and taken into custody Thursday by the Osage County Sheriff’s Office on a federal warrant, and he’s facing a felony … more
Freeburg native Capt. Brad Wieberg, commander of Missouri National Guard’s 1139th Military Police Company, will soon be heading for Kuwait, where he and his soldiers will conduct law and order … more
Ground beef prices have risen at retailers, but little of that increase is making its way back to cattle producers, particularly those in rural settings, according to Dave Luker, of Chamois, who … more
Osage County Sheriff’s deputy Cpl. Greg Birch last week retired for a second time. The first time was from the U.S. Army, from a career in which he was an extremely respected leader among … more
Fatima R-3 board members at their June 10 meeting adopted a preliminary budget for the 2020-21 school year which anticipates revenues of $8.315 million and expenditures of $8.655 million. That means … more
After more than five years as pastor at both St. George in Linn and Our Lady Help of Christians parish in Frankenstein, Father Daniel J. Merz has seen a lot of spiritual growth, both in the parishes … more
BY NEAL A. Johnson UD Editorthor65018@yahoo.com   Community Christian Church Pastor Jeff Kruger will hold his final services Sunday as he and his family are leaving to serve as pastor … more
Linn R-2 board members at their June 15 meeting approved an increase of $300 to the base for teachers, moving it to $32,300 for the 2020-21 school year. Superintendent Dena Smith recommended the … more
Chamois aldermen last Wednesday voted to postpone the city’s election until next April. The board had the choice to hold a special election in November, but decided against that option... more
Dawson Haslag in welcoming friends and family to Saturday’s graduation at Chamois said that these have been unusual times, and he appreciated their attendance. “For starters I would … more
Linn High School Counselor Shannon Wolfe on Sunday told graduates they have withstood several challenges in the course of their lives, and that will serve them well in the future. “As a … more
Fatima business teacher Andrea Brune on Saturday told the class of 2020 to remember this year and use it as motivation to … more
A potentially scary situation unfolded Friday morning, but Sheriff Mike Bonham said the arrest of two men on outstanding warrants went relatively smoothly. “We’re not used to having … more
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