County Government

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More discussions, planning, and needs assessments were the consensus stakeholders reached at the county commission-hosted Town Hall on Tuesday to chart a course for the future of the Atchison County Sports Complex facilities.

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ALMA – An outdated concrete bridge spanning a Stranger Creek tributary southwest of Farmington has been named as one of the 29 bridge projects throughout Kansas that is part of the Kansas Local Bridge Improvement Program.

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It was an unexpected email message sent late Monday afternoon that Commissioner Jack Bower described as refreshing that Chairman Eric Noll read aloud during the Atchison County Commission meeting on Tuesday.

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All but one of the Atchison County departments will be receiving carryovers from their respective approved 2021 budgets to use for capital outlay.

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Ask 3rd District County Commissioner Casey Quinn about her representative district and she will likely tell you it is her job to represent a portion of constituents wherever they reside within her district whether they reside in Atchison city limits or in a rural part of the county.

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EFFINGHAM — The Atchison County Road and Bridge Department officials recently unveiled its updated documents to ensure all loose ends are in check with the modern standards in check with current statutes in hand with the laws of the land.

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The dispute between the city of Atchison and the County of Atchison over the 1% sales tax has been going on for decades. We are the only city and county with such a dispute in the entire state.

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As county commissioners look forward to the New Year and some projects they expect will come to fruition after the start of 2022 they officially took action Tuesday with the adoption of two new policies to address conflict of interest and code of conduct.

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The table for Huron City Council leadership has come full circle for all the respective 4-year terms of elected officials.