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Beardstown City attorney resigns PDF Print E-mail

City of Beardstown Attorney, Luke A Thomas, has tendered his resignation to the Mayor and City Council, effective March 10. Attorney Thomas indicated in his resignation that he was very grateful for having had the opportunity to represent the community in which he works, has lived, and in which many of his family members and employees continue to reside.

 
Safety grant may fund new siren PDF Print E-mail

By Steve Capps
For the Star-Gazette
Beardstown may soon get a much needed upgrade to its early warning system. Fire Chief Darin Paul presented the city council with information regarding a rural development safety grant that would help pay for early warning sirens.
The city currently has only a single siren located atop the fire stationhouse. Many residents simply live or work too far from the fire department to hear the alarm when it sounds.

 
Consolidation opponents skip discussion PDF Print E-mail
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By Mike Kloppenburg
Star-Gazette reporter
The chairs in St. Augustine Hall in Ashland filled but half of the tables were conspicuously empty. Only one member of the A-C Central board and no A-C First member occupied the seats at the table reserved for them for a meeting to discuss and debate consolidation. Board member Jeremy Garner, a consolidation supporter and candidate for the consolidated school board, was the only A-C member in attendance. Three PORTA board members were in attendance. Garner said Scott Boston, another A-C board member and consolidation supporter running for the consolidated school board, had prior commitments out of town. No explanations were offered for the other board members.

 
Beardstown High Student Art Exhibit Thursday March 13 PDF Print E-mail

The Beardstown Middle/High School cafeteria commons will be transformed into an “open studio” with professional artists and a student exhibit Thursday, March 13, from 4-8 p.m.
Kathy Korte, Beardstown art teacher for grades 6-12 and coordinator of “An Inspiring Night in Homage to Great Artists,” invites everyone to attend. The event will also include activities for youngsters and a potato soup supper.

 
City of Beardstown Attorney tenders resignation PDF Print E-mail

City of Beardstown Attorney, Luke A Thomas, has tendered his resignation to the Mayor and City Council, effective March 10, 2014. Attorney Thomas indicated in his resignation that he was very grateful for having had the opportunity to represent the community in which he works, has lived, and in which many of his family members and employees continue to reside. Read next week's Cass County Star-Gazette for full story.

 
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