In observance of Veterans Day, Monday Nov. 11, all non-essential county offices will close for the holiday.
An energy expert came to town Tuesday, to introduce herself to county leaders in hopes to get their blessings concerning the possibility of a new energy line passing through.
Officially on the job for a week, Public Works Director James “Jay” Harbour, of the Atchison County Road and Bridge Department, already has a plan in the making.
James Harbour has accepted the appointment as the Public Works Director of the Road and Bridge Department for Atchison County, Jamie Madison, the county’s human resource director announced Friday.
Atchison County commissioners will be back in town before the end of the week for the purpose of interviewing candidates to lead the county’s road and bridge department.
In observance of Labor Day, the Atchison County Courthouse will remain closed Monday, Sept. 2 throughout regular business hours. The courthouse will reopen for regular business hours at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Atchison County commissioners have cleared the way to release the second distributions of appropriated funds budgeted for 2019 to some non-profit groups and agencies.
Although the mill levy county leaders are sending in for publication shows more than a half a mill increase, expectations are there might be a decrease in the proposed mill levy yet to come.
When the recent tornado northeast of Effingham blew away six-year-old Graycie Sinclair’s trampoline, Steve and Myka Sinclair could not imagine that the ill wind that destroyed Graycie’s trampoline would also bring love, kindness, comfort, and a new trampoline.