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Adult oriented business could open near Meriden

by Dennis Sharkey Rumors about a proposed adult entertainment club near Meriden are no longer rumors. A conditional use permit has been filed with the Jefferson County Planning and Zoning office to allow an eating and drinking establishment with what’s described as a Kansas Class B private club. Under state statute the business is defined […]

October 22nd, 2010 | Posted in County News,Meriden,Municipalities | Read More »

Local law enforcement agencies will conduct domestic terrorism training

by Dennis Sharkey In today’s world, domestic terrorism is a real factor and local authorities want to be ready if the unforeseen were to happen. Any law enforcement officer, firefighter or first responder will say that a domestic attack is something they don’t want to think about, but an attack at one of the county’s […]

October 1st, 2010 | Posted in Featured,McLouth,Meriden,Municipalities,Nortonville,Oskaloosa,Ozawkie,Perry,The Independent,Valley Falls,Winchester | Read More »

Area government gets pleasant surprise reminder of last winter’s storm

by Dennis Sharkey Area government entities have opened their mailboxes this month to find a pleasant surprise in the form of money. Last year’s winter storm during the holiday season seems like a long time ago to many. County wide, public works directors are busy finishing up summer road and infrastructure projects while preparing for […]

September 19th, 2010 | Posted in County Commission,Government,McLouth,Meriden,Municipalities,Nortonville,Oskaloosa,Ozawkie,Perry,The Independent,Valley Falls,Winchester | Read More »

Meriden Library seeking to get on general election ballot

by Dennis Sharkey The Meriden Library board has withdrawn a petition to put a question to voters in November. Board members had collected the proper amount of signatures to put a question on the ballot, however, differences between the city of Meriden’s attorney and county counselors have stalled the process. County Clerk Linda Buttron said […]

September 9th, 2010 | Posted in County Commission,Government,Meriden,Municipalities,The Independent,The Vindicator | Read More »

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