Butler City Hall Shutting Down Temporarily

The Butler City Hall staff are essential employees to the function of the city.

Due to City Hall staff being exposed to COVID-19, and staff shortage due to COVID-19,

they are taking precautionary measures and shutting down City Hall temporarily.

This means that no public citizens will be allowed in the building.

Essential function operations will continue to the best of their ability while running on a short staff.

Citizens may contact them by phone or email 660-679-4182

They apologize for this inconvenience and will update you further once more information is available.

Linn County Sheriff’s Women’s Self Defense Class

Linn County Sheriff’s Office is invited woman to join them for an informative course on realistic and personal self-defense techniques to help you feel empowered to protect yourself.

The Women’s Self Defense Class will be Saturday, November 13 from 8am to noon at the Jayhawk-Linn High School. Cost for the self-defense class is Free. Linn County Sheriff’s Office does require that ages 14 to 17 years old be accompanied by a parent or Guardian to attend the class.

Jayhawk-Linn High School is located at 14675 Kansas Highway 52 in Mound City Kansas.

Pre-registration is not required for the Linn County Sheriff’s Women’s Self Defense Class on November 13.  If you have question or need more information, contact Linn County Deputy Klayton Parscale at 913-795-2665

Pre-Register for Fiber internet from Connect, Powered by Osage Valley Electric

Osage Valley Electric Coop is excited to launch the pre-registration portal for fiber internet from Connect, powered by Osage Valley Electric Cooperative!

If you would like to pre-register for fiber internet and you are an Osage Valley customer visit conexonconnect.com/osagevalley then choose Pre-Register Today button.

Select your city or town from the drop-down menu and then enter your service address. If your city is not shown you can type it in directly.

Remember to follow the “tips for success” to simplify the process!

Pre-registering is the easiest way to stay “in the know” – Osage Valley Electric Coop will email you when fiber internet service is nearing your address.

Osage Valley want their customer to know that pre-registration does not obligate you to subscribe to any service and if you have already pre-registered, there’s no need to do it again.