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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Update: Raymore man arrested after fleeing police in Archie

Archie Police Press Release: 

On 01-02-18 at approximately 6:30 PM an Archie Officer observed a motorcycle that didn't have any license plates at the intersection of A hwy and Main St. The Officer attempted to stop the subject. 

The subject fled from the Officer on N. Main St. traveling through a residential yard, eventually crashing on the railroad tracks. The subject fled on foot. 

A perimeter was set up, with the assistance of the Missouri State Highway, and the Cass County Sheriff's Office. The subject was tracked by K-9, Loki of the Sheriff's Office later taking the subject into custody. 

The subject that was apprehended was identified as Christopher M. Gaucin of Raymore.

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Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Obituary - LaNeta Milta Fish Phelps

LaNeta Milta Fish Phelps, age 97, passed away on Monday, January 1, 2018 at the Nevada Regional Medical Center in Nevada. LaNeta was born on April 20, 1920 in south Sioux City, Nebraska to Milton E. and Jennie E. Andews Fish. She attended Jefferson Elementary School and graduated from Nevada High School in 1938.

LaNeta’s first office job was stenographer for Joseph Welborn, building contractor. She left Nevada in December, 1940 to work in the Federal Civil service in Washington, D.C. (two years in Immigration and Naturalization Service; four years in the Department of Agriculture at Beltsville, Maryland).

On February 11, 1942 LaNeta married Milton E. Phelps. To that union were born a son (stillborn) in March, 1944 and a daughter, Janet Ellen, born July 3, 1946.

LaNeta worked temporarily at the Farm and Home Savings and Loan in Nevada, MO. She then worked two years at the headquarters office of the MO National Guard in the American Legion Building, as stenographer for Captain Ron Pittenger, Adjutant to Commander Col. B.L. Coffman. It was during this time that Camp Clark was acquired for the MO National Guard after having been used for a prisoner of war facility during WWII. LaNeta then worked for the MO Division of Employment Security, Nevada, MO for 31 years before retiring in April of 1982.

LaNeta was an active member of the First Assembly of God Church, where for a number of years she taught the junior girls’ Sunday school class, directed children’s church, served as counselor at the children’s and youth summer camps.

She loved to sing and was asked to perform solos for many church services, weddings and funerals. She and her sister, Kleetis were also members of the Nevada Community Choir at on time. She also liked knitting, reading, camping and traveling (especially with family).

LaNeta was preceded in death by her parents, Milton E. Fish and Jennie E. Wirth; daughter, Janet E. Phelps-Corn; sister, Kleetis M. Wirth; and brother, Bob E. Wirth.

She is survived by her grandson, Andrew C. Corn; sister-in-law, Wynona Wirth; nieces, Gwen Lind and Stephanie Miller; great niece, Bethany Eggenberger; and great nephews, Shannon Hodges, Shawn Miller and Jared Lind.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada, MO. Interment will follow in the Newton Burial Park, Nevada, MO.

Memorials are suggested to or in c/o Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada.

Scam Alert in Barton County

Update: Arkansas man arrested after police pursuit ends in Vernon County

On 1/2/18 around 2:20pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County attempted to stop a gray in color Honda car for speeding on I-49.

The vehicle failed to yield for trooper and a pursuit at speeds of 95-105mph ensued into Vernon County before the suspect who was identified as 18 year old Ryan S. Bolding of Fayetteville, Arkansas was arrested.

Mr. Bolding was arrested for 1.) Failure to yield 2.)Resisting Arrest misdemeanor 3.)Lane Violation 4.)Speeding 5.)Possession of Marijuana.

He was booked into the Bates County Jail in Butler, Missouri and he is currently listed as bondable.

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Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Obituary - Judy Maxine Vaughn

Judy Maxine Vaughn
Judy Maxine Vaughn, 71, Nevada, MO passed away on January 1, 2018 at Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg, KS. Judy was born October 5, 1946 in St. Joseph, MO to Max and Patricia Coleen (Richardson) Shipman. On October 28, 1966 she was united in marriage to John Vaughn in Miami, OK and he survives of the home.

Judy was raised St. Joseph. She graduated from Basehor Kansas High School Class of 1964. Following high school she attended college and became a nursing assistant. In 2006 she and John came to Nevada and have continued to reside here since that time. Judy was a member of the Presbyterian Church.

In addition to her husband, John, she is survived by two sons, Richard Vaughn and his wife Jenny, Schell City, MO, Timothy Vaughn and his wife Tina, Tulsa, OK; one brother, Gary Shipman, Schell City; one sister, Pamela Carpenter, Statesville, NC.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Rev. Greg Ferree officiating. A private committal will follow. Friends may call now and until the hour of service at the funeral home.

Obituary - Merle Ann Norcross

Merle Ann Norcross
Merle Ann Norcross, 75, of Nevada, Mo passed away on Sunday, December 31, 2017 at her home in Nevada. Merle Ann was born February 9, 1942, in Algona, Iowa, the daughter of Raymond and Dorothy Schulz Harig. She attended a country school in Iowa 2 ½ years, St. Benedict parochial school through 8th grade, and LuVerne Hugh School grades 9-12. She also attended Iowa State University in 1960 and 61 where she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority.

Merle Ann married Gary Norcross on December 5, 1961 in Whitehall, MI. She and Gary moved to Nevada from northern Iowa in 1972. While living in Nevada she worked at Mary’s Fabrics and Bank of America. She list one of her highlights in life was serving as a tour guide for the bank. Many lasting friendships were acquired during her 20 plus years at the bank. She loved to travel noting that she visited 50 states, 13 countries and went on nine cruises. One of her favorite pastimes was sewing, (leaning to sew at age 8). Later in life she pieced together many quilts enjoying the artistic challenge it presented. Merle stated that having all the members of her family gather at the Norcross home was the number one highlight of her life. Having a wonderful meal and a game of cards was a must. You learned to play cards very early if you were a Norcross.

During her life in Nevada she was a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, St. Mary’s Alter Society and a “Pink Lady” at NRMC. Merle Ann was voted salesperson of the month by the Nevada Rotary Club in 1981. She also was a member of the Nevada BPW where she held numerous offices.

Merle Ann is survived by her husband Gary of the home. Also surviving are two sons, Jody Norcross and wife Bridget of Nevada, David Norcross and wife Sandra of Nevada and a daughter, Kristin Norcross of Arlington, VA. Grandchildren include Justin Norcross and wife Hilary of Kansas City, DaLacey Garfield and husband Ben of Lamar, MO, Tiffany Miller and husband Trey of Fargo, ND, Taylor Kimbrough and husband Ryan of Lincoln, NB, and Abigail Norcross of Nevada. She has seven great grandchildren; Addalie, Averie, Lucus, Leighton, Lailee, Natalie and Ledger. Aldo surviving is a sister, Mary Macleod and husband Jim of Lee’s Summit. Preceding her in death were her parents, a brother Julius Harig of Rockwell, IA and one granddaughter

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Nevada with Father Peter Savidge officiating. The family will receive friends from 6-7:00 p.m. on Friday evening at Ferry Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donation may be made to the American Cancer Society or St. Mary’s Altar Society in c/o Ferry Funeral Home.

Casual dress is requested.

Police searching for subject in Archie

The Archie Police Department along with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troopers are attempting to located a subject who fled from them on the railroad tracks on a motorcycle in Archie at this time.

The subject is believed to be wearing all black with a black Harley Davidson Helmet and is on foot in the area of A Highway at the railroad tracks near the school in Archie.

If you see anything suspicious please contact the Archie Police Department.

Mid America Live News will update when more information is made available to us. 

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Obituary - Rev. Tony Alan Atkins

 Rev. Tony Alan Atkins 
Rev. Tony Alan Atkins entered into is eternal home with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 1, 2018 at the age of 64.

Tony was born on July 14, 1953 in Findlay Ohio, the son of Clifford Dwight Atkins and Margorie (Pierce) Atkins. He attended school there graduating from Findlay High School in 1970.

Tony was an industrious young man working during school in an automotive electronics shop and later in a TV and Radio repair shop. After his marriage to Linda Leilani Haynes in June of 1972 Tony worked for RCA Corp. in Findlay where he received several patents on electronic items he developed there.

After receiving Christ as his personal savior, Tony answered the call to full time ministry and moved his family to Ellendale, North Dakota where he attended Trinity Bible College, graduating in 1979. After graduating he accepted a call from the Hill City South Dakota Assembly of God Church where he ministered for the next 12 years seeing the church grow from about 12 members to over 100 members and building a new church building.

His ministry went far beyond the pulpit in many directions. During that time he became an EMT and secured a surplus military ambulance and started a service to a wide area. He trained others and turned that work over to them.

Tony then became a city policeman and carried his ministry into that work as well. He had many experiences during that time that he would share with his family and friends. It was a very interesting time in his life.

Tony loved the outdoors and especially the Black Hills. He enjoyed hunting and fishing as well as camping, traveling to Canada several times on fishing trips with the men of his church and his family.

When the Lord released him from his ministry there, he moved his family here to Nevada, MO in 1991 where he co-pastored Anchor Fellowship Church with his father-in-law. Later, he was employed by Heartland Hospital in Nevada as a mental health worker, rising to the position of C.O.O. and did marketing.

In April 2001 he was employed by Freeman Hospital as Administrator of Turnaround Ranch in Joplin serving there until his employment at Ozark Center in Joplin where he was responsible for construction and remodeling of several office and service structures.

Tony was a voracious reader, a fan and collector of Civil War Artifacts. He was also an accomplished artist. He became a very skillful carpenter and wood worker over the years.

Tony was a very pleasant man who loved his family dearly and was so very proud of them all, and was especially proud of his wife and daughters who are all registered nurses with one becoming a nurse practitioner.

Tony was preceded in death by his parents Clifford and Margorie Atkins.

Survivors include his wife Linda, of the home; daughters, Angelica Leilani Herstein and her husband Jason, and sons, Noah, Tyler and Brady; Gwendolyn Ann Broyles, son Lucas Allen and his fiancé Suni Areli Aguilar Gasca, daughter, Cheyenne Leilani, and their father Kirk Broyles; Noel Joy Brockman and her husband Richard, son, Van Allen Celaya, III, daughter, Alison Nichole Celaya; one brother Ron Atkins and wife, Sue; sisters, Cheryl Ernst and her husband Carl, and, Debbie Atkins, all of Ohio; Many nieces and nephews. Also surviving are a brother-in-law Tony Lee Haynes and wife Cathy of Rolla, MO; sister-in-law, Lisa Kirschenmann of Nevada; mother and father-in-law, Rev. Tom and Ruth Haynes of Nevada.

A home-going Celebration will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Pastor Tom Haynes officiating. Private interment will follow. The family will receive friends from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday evening at the funeral home.

Memorials are suggested in his memory to Freeman Cancer Institute or Ozark Center in Joplin.

From the Nevada Police Department

Semi truck rollover in Barton County

Barton County Sheriff's Deputie along with Barton County Ambulance personnel and Officers from the Lamar Police Deparment are enroute to a semi roll-over accident on I-49 Highway at MM 85.6.

If your on I-49 or traveling in the area please slow down in the area of the accident.

Mid America Live News will update when more information is made available to us. 

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From the City of Drexel

Police Pursuit from Bates County leads into Vernon County

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is in pursuit of a gray in color 4 door Honda car in the southbound lanes of I-49 just south of Rich Hill around mile marker 118 leading into Vernon County at this time.

Please avoid this area if you can as the vehicle is said to be running between 90-105mph at this time.

Mid America Live News will update when more information is made available to us from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.


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From the City of Pleasanton Kansas

Obituary - Robert Elmer Todd

Robert Elmer Todd, age 91 of Deepwater passed away December 27, 2017 at his home in Deepwater.  Memorial services will be 2:00pm, Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Vansant-Mills Funeral Chapel, Clinton,  Missouri.  Inurnment will be in the Vansant Road Cemetery, Clinton.  Family suggests memorial contributions be made to C.A.R.E.(Clinton Animal Rescue Endeavor) and may be left in care of the funeral home.  Condolences and fond memories may be left online at  

Robert was born in 1926 the son of Arthur R. and Seva (Johnson) Todd in Lexington, Missouri.  He was raised in northeast Kansas City.  He raced stock cars from 48-68 winning many trophies.  He worked at Auto Salvage near 17th and Manchester in Kansas City in the 50's.  He owned and operated Mid City Auto Parts in Independence, MO.  He was a member of the American Legion as well as Car Clubs.  He served in the Army during the Korean conflict.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Mary Alice (Rhodes) in 2013; and his son Robert in July, 2017.

Robert is survived by his son, Michael Arthur Todd, of Grain Valley; daughters, Ramona Feugate of Lampe, Mo., Patricia Annette Shockey of Appleton City, MO., and Christina Kay Rowland of Warsaw, MO.; a brother, Carl David Todd of Pleasant Hill, MO.; 15 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; and 3 great-great grandchildren.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home of Clinton, Missouri.

Obituary - Joshua “Josh” Wade Roberts

Joshua “Josh” Wade Roberts, 31, Peculiar, MO, died Monday, January 1, 2018 at his home. 

Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 6, 2018 at the United Methodist Church in Peculiar with visitation from 10:00-11:00 at the church. 

Memorial contributions may be made to the Josh Roberts Go Fund Me page.

(A complete obituary will be posted when information is available).

Archie Police Seeking Public Assistance

This subject was observed exiting the stolen truck, that was recovered in Archie on 12-31-17. The subject is a white male, and was wearing work style boots, with light colored blue jeans, a black Carhart style coat. 

The coat has some sort of white colored emblem on the left sleeve. He is also wearing a blue hoodie sweatshirt. He is carrying a black gym style bag that is slung over the front of his body. 

A subject was witnessed trying to break into another vehicle on the morning of 01-02-18 that was wearing the same coat. If anyone has any information on who this might be please notify the Archie Police Dept.

Job Opening In Adrian

Fraud in Appleton City

On Dec. 29, a St. Clair County detective met with Gerald Fennewald at the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office in reference to fraud from his bank account.

Mr. Fennewald stated he believed that his ex-girlfriend had forged his signature on checks being withdrawn from his account. 

Fennewald got copies of his bank account transactions and showed them to the detective. Total amount of money in question is $1675.89. Fennewald filled out a request for prosecution.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Reports Seven Fatalities During New Year's Counting Period

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that there were seven fatalities during the New Year's holiday counting period from 6 p.m., Friday, December 29, 2017 to 11:59 p.m. Monday, January 1, 2018. Troopers investigated 229 traffic crashes, which included 77 injuries and five of the seven fatalities. 

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and Sullivan (MO) Police Department each investigated one traffic crash fatality during the counting period. In addition, troopers made 129 arrests for driving while intoxicated and 49 drug arrests during the 2018 New Year counting period. There were no boating crashes or drownings during the 2018 New Year’s holiday counting period.

Last year over the New Year’s holiday counting period, Missouri law enforcement agencies reported 539 traffic crashes, which injured 302 people. There were eight fatalities during the 2017 New Year’s holiday counting period. In addition, troopers made 103 arrests for driving while intoxicated and 67 drug arrests. There were no boating incidents or drownings during the 2017 New Year’s holiday counting period.

Three traffic crash fatalities occurred in the Troop C, Weldon Spring, MO, area; two traffic crash fatalities occurred in the Troop E, Poplar Bluff, MO, area, and one traffic crash fatality occurred in each of the Troop G, Willow Spring, MO, area and the Troop H, St. Joseph, MO, area. 

There were no traffic crash fatalities during the counting period Friday, December 29, 2017.

Three people died in traffic crashes on Saturday, December 30, 2017. Gregory A. Reynolds, 73, of Clarkton, MO, died when the vehicle he was driving began sliding, ran off the roadway, and overturned. The crash occurred in Dunklin County on Missouri Highway 25 north of Clarkton. Dunklin County Coroner James Powell pronounced Reynolds dead at the scene of the crash. Reynolds was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

Gary D. Greenwood, 19, of Mountain Grove, MO, died when the he overcorrected, causing the vehicle he was driving to travel off the roadway and overturn. Greenwood was ejected from the vehicle. The crash occurred in Texas County on Missouri Route AM east of Mountain Grove. Texas County Coroner Marie Lasater pronounced Greenwood deceased. It is unknown whether or not Greenwood was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

Phillip G. Hoenig, 49, of St. Charles, MO, died when another vehicle ran a red light and struck Hoenig's vehicle as he was turning left. The crash occurred in St. Louis, MO, at the intersection of Hall Street and Adelaide Avenue. Hoenig was transported to St. Louis University Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Dr. Jennifer La'Plant pronounced Hoenig deceased at the hospital. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department investigated the crash.

Two people died as a result of traffic crashes on Sunday, December 31, 2017. Bonita D. Fuller, 67, of Jackson, MO, died when the vehicle she was driving traveled off the right side of the roadway, struck a utility pole and a ditch, went airborne, then struck a tree and a house. The crash occurred in Cape Girardeau County on U.S. Highway 61 in Fruitland, MO. Cape Girardeau County Deputy Coroner David Taylor pronounced Fuller dead at the scene. Fuller was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

Cole Watson, 20, of Sullivan, MO, died when the vehicle he was driving drove off the roadway. Watson was ejected from the vehicle. The crash occurred on Vine Street in the city of Sullivan, MO. Watson was pronounced deceased at Missouri Baptist Hospital. Watson was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. The Sullivan Police Department investigated the crash.

Two people died as a result of traffic crashes on New Year's Day, Monday, January 1, 2018. Brandon M. Scott, 28, of Independence, MO, died after the vehicle he was driving failed to stop at the intersection of Missouri Route A and Missouri Route H in Turney, MO, in Clinton County. The vehicle then traveled off the edge of the intersection and struck a hedge post, coming to rest on its driver's side. Clinton County Coroner Lee Hanks pronounced Scott dead at the scene. Scott was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. Clinton County Sheriff's Department and Lathrop (MO) Fire Department also responded.

Gerald J. Beers, 79, of Festus, MO, died when the vehicle he was driving failed to yield while attempting to cross northbound U.S. Highway 67. A northbound vehicle struck Beers' vehicle which rotated counter-clockwise into the left lane and was struck by a second vehicle. The crash occurred in Jefferson County on U.S. Highway 67 at Montauk Drive. Dr. Evans at Mercy Hospital pronounced Beers deceased at the hospital. Beers was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. The driver and a passenger in the first vehicle that struck Beers' vehicle sustained minor injuries; neither were wearing seat belts. The driver of the second vehicle that struck Beers' vehicle was not injured; he was wearing a seat belt.

Note: The fatality statistics in this news release could change if late deaths occur, or if other departments report fatal traffic crashes after this news release is distributed.

From the Archie Police Department

The Archie Police Department needs your help. There have been numerous vehicles stolen from the City of Archie, since around the 29th of December. 

We are asking that if anyone has any information on who might be involved please let us know. 

Also if you warm your vehicle in the mornings just be cautious when doing so. We don't recommend doing this unless you are sitting in your vehicle. 

Also please lock your vehicles, and never leave your keys in your vehicle.

POSITION: City Clerk / Deputy City Clerk City of La Cygne

Administration Department

Rules and regulations concerning the natural gas utility require the administrative department to pass a pre-employment drug test. Random drug tests are also given during the employee’s tenure.


Under the administrative supervision of the Mayor, the City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk perform highly responsible, administrative, financial, and clerical duties. Both employees maintain and provide for proper planning, accounting, and control of all municipal fiscal and legal records. As a city officer, the City Clerk is the official custodian of municipal documents and is responsible for various city financial records. The Deputy City Clerk shall perform those duties assigned to that office by the City Clerk. The Deputy City Clerk shall become the acting City Clerk and fulfill the duties of that office in the absence of the City Clerk. Employees in these positions have a substantial amount of public contact regarding the furnishing of information concerning city ordinances and policies. The City Clerk and the Deputy City Clerk are non-exempt employees under FLSA.


- Maintains day-to-day review of city’s financial position, including ensuring that all city monies deposited in a financial institution are secured with proper pledged securities, assists with budget preparation and is responsible for all accounts payable and receivable;
- Maintains control of all municipal, fiscal, and legal records, including all fiscal records for auditing purposes, municipal documents, bond issues, and transfer payments on bonds;
- Compiles financial records monthly;
- Maintain personnel and payroll records, monitor payroll hours;
- Compiles monthly and quarterly summaries of payroll for accounting and tax purposes;
- Furnishes information to public via open records requests in accordance with the Kansas Open Records Act;
- Administers oaths of office to relevant elected and appointed officials and is custodian of the official city seal;
- Attends all meetings, assists in agenda preparation, records official transactions and proceedings of council meetings, and ensures compliance with the Kansas Open Meetings Act;
- Monitors operating procedures, data processing, and reviews monthly statements, receipts, and expenditures to ensure adherence to city budget;
- Coordinates with the County Election Officer, and works closely with elections, notices, and registrations;
- Works with auditors during annual audits;
- Maintains custody of all ordinances and other official documents/records and serves as the city’s Freedom of Information Officer;
- Serves as the designated KPERS agent;


- Issues and maintains licenses and permits;
- Maintains records of all active city boards;
- Engages in the resolution of any conflicts that may arise between various parties;
- Administers grant monies and collects utility payments;
- Performs dispatch services for utility and police departments;
- Performs other duties as assigned and as deemed necessary;
City Clerk / Deputy City Clerk

Experience: Six (6) to nine (9) years of similar or related experience is recommended. The employee is expected to have acquired the necessary skills and information to perform the job reasonably well within one (1) year of hiring.

Education: The employee is expected to have at a minimum, a relevant technical degree.
Technical Skills: In addition to the minimum education requirements described above, the employee must have a thorough understanding of accounting, including strong working knowledge of GAAP, and a background and understanding of state statutes as they apply to municipalities. Some knowledge of business and tax law is helpful. The employee must have strong budgetary skills, and be able to read and interpret various reports that are utilized in the day-to-day operations of the city. The employee must be able to utilize effectively and efficiently computers, printers, fax machines, copiers, adding machines, typewriters, postage machine, office telephone systems, two-way radios, and pagers. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.

Problem Solving: Problem solving is a factor in this position. Problems include finding errors in reports that do not balance, handling citizen complaints in a fair and consistent manner, identifying and correcting errors in utility bills, and making sound fiscal decisions as they relate to budget. All must be dealt with in an effective and professional manner.

Decision Making: The ability to make sound decisions in this position is crucial. The most difficult decisions are related to the budget and are obviously fiscal in nature. Daily decisions must be made with respect to investments, accounting procedures, and citizen concerns/requests.

Supervision: This employee does not have supervisory responsibilities over subordinate personnel. The City Clerk is also largely independent in determining what tasks are to receive priority as many of the duties of the City Clerk are established in Kansas Statutes. Additional work tasks are often determined by the Mayor or City Council, and occasionally by other department heads.  

Financial Accountability: The City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk are directly responsible for city resources and equipment. This employee has authority to purchase equipment, supplies, etc. up to a predetermined amount without prior approval. The City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk are also required to be bonded, responsible for revenue generation and expenditure control, and are direct participants in the annual budget process.

Personal Relations: These positions are in daily contact with other employees at all levels of employment within the city, and are also in daily contact with the city’s elected officials and the general public. The employee also interacts on a weekly basis with elected officials from other organizations/government entities.

Working Conditions: This position works in an office environment.

Physical Requirements: This position requires limited physical activity to perform daily tasks. The employee must be a qualified voter of Linn County, Kansas.

The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job.

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Anyone with Information please call the Cass County Sheriff's Office

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