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Run 4 Justice held its fifth annual 5K Run/Walk Saturday at the Linn City Park to help increase awareness of human trafficking and to raise funds for Rescue Innocence, a Central Missouri-based … more
The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying an individual suspected of stealing a vehicle from a residence near Freeburg during the early morning hours of May 24. … more
Osage County Commissioners last week approved a plan to pursue the purchase of an existing building that could be repurposed to house the Osage County Health Department (OCHD). Initial efforts … more
About three years ago, Mitchel Winkelman, then 10, decided to pursue a project through 4-H making soap and it didn’t take long for it to turn into a small business called Winkelman Brothers … more
Linn Pool reopens with few restrictionsBy Neal A. Johnson Linn Pool Manager Audrey Williams enters her third year at the helm and seventh overall and said she is pleased that this year’s … more
Former Chamois Mayor Jim Wright rejoined the board as an alderman after taking the oath of office at last Thursday’s meeting. He will fill the one-year seat that Rob Skaggs had temporarily … more
Argyle trustees at their May 20 meeting further discussed issues with the Knights of Columbus car show scheduled for Aug. 8. Event organizer Dustin Otto had expressed his concern to trustees that … more
Linn is still trying to acquire easements from property owners for the Jaegers Wastewater Regionalization Project. Currently, there is only one property owner that does not want to sign the … more
Linn R-2 board members at their May 18 meeting approved by a 6-1 vote to enter into a five-year contract with Fresh Ideas as the district’s food service management company beginning with the … more
While Sunday’s Our Lady, Help of Christians Catholic Church picnic in Frankenstein will again be a drive-through event, there will be walk-up options with seating at the new pavilion next to the … more
It was with great pride that four individuals last Tuesday gathered with others in the Osage County Treatment Court Program to celebrate their graduation following many months of strict adherence to … more
Michelle Reinert of Linn raised her kids, and later in life, went back to earn a college degree, though that was something of short celebration as not long after, she took four grandchildren into her … more
Linn R-2 board members at last Tuesday’s meeting approved the creation of a football program by a 6-1 vote, with Board President Dennis Gravedoni the lone naysayer.Following an update by … more
State Tech is taking the first step in what is envisioned to be the transformation of the Osage Country Club into an entertainment complex following approval Friday at a special meeting by the Board … more
Jordan Backes and Zeb Hoffman, both 26, and both of Linn, grew up together, best friends for as long as they can remember. Many have friends like that but not so many are in a position to train and … more
Ask Hubert Bescheinen if she's got a secret for keeping things going this long, and he'll say, "she won't tell you." Ask Pauline Bescheinen if he's got a similar secret, she'll say, "Oh, there's … more
Fatima school board members at last Wednesday’s meeting decided to relax restrictions on preschool and allow students to attend classes without masks after Superintendent Chuck Woody noted that … more
Meta Interim Water Operator Deidra Buechter told aldermen at their May 12 meeting that Bartlett & West Engineer Gary Davis believes that in the long run, the city’s water loss over the course of a … more
Linn aldermen approved the purchase of 7.7 acres near 708 and 802 East Jefferson Street for $103,950 from Turner and Russell Properties, LLC during closed session following last Tuesday’s regular … more
Good news from the Osage County Health Department (OCHD) as Administrator Kim Sallin reported just two active cases as of Tuesday. She credits continued vaccinations around the … more
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