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Doug Richey Announces Effort for Missouri House Race

Doug Richey, an Excelsior Springs pastor and law enforcement chaplain, has formed an exploratory candidate committee ahead of the 2018 election for the District 38 House of Representatives Republican Primary. Meeting with community leaders and neighbors to discuss pressing issues facing them, Richey stated, “I’m deeply humbled by the tremendous outpouring …

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Through the Eye of the Storm

The wind was gusting, the clouds were swirling, the lightning was flashing and the rain was falling. This is what I was experiencing at my home right in downtown Smithville a little less than six miles away. On HWY 169 a funnel cloud dropped an EF-2 tornado at 7:18 PM. …

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Democrat Clay County Sheriff’s Candidate Allegedly Suffered “Paranoid Delusions” While Serving as Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy

This post was originally published on March 24, 2016. It has since been updated with new information. The Northland News stopped by Friday at the Clay County Election Board to see if anything had changed for the August 2, 2016 primary filings. An individual by the name of Benjamin Troupe …

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Looking for extra work? Become a Northland Hired Hand

Northland Hired Hands is taking applications for individuals or small companies that want to work for homeowners who need hired help for home maintenance, yard work, housekeeping, carpentry, plumbing, and other jobs. This county wide program will benefit small companies/individuals that provide a service such as electrical, plumbing, carpentry, lawn care …

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Clay County Sheriff’s Salaries to Increase

The requests will need to be made no more. Captain Steve Siercks of the Clay County Sheriff’s Department appeared before the Clay County Commission to discuss a “Transfer Within a Fund” which will, once passed as part of next week’s consent agenda, give Clay County Sheriff’s Deputies a salary increase. …

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Sheriff’s Salaries Discussed at Clay County Commission Meeting

Paul Vescovo

Continued Requests by Sheriff Vescovo Discussed for Thirty Minutes at February 29, 2015 Meeting For over a month, Clay County Sheriff Paul Vescovo has been requesting the Clay County Commission examine a potential salary increase for all of Clay County’s Sheriff’s Deputies. The issue was added as a discussion item …

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Sheriff Paul Vescovo Yet to Receive Response on Salary Increases for Deputies

Sheriff Vescovo was at the Clay County Commission meeting on Monday, February 22nd for a fourth time in the last five weeks. Back on January 19, Vescovo asked the Commission to consider an across the board salary increase for Clay County deputies. Vescovo is concerned that his department’s pay is …

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Solution for Hiring Issue, but Sheriff Paul Vescovo Still Wanting Response on Deputy Salaries

Paul Vescovo

Sheriff Paul Vescovo returned for the third week in a row to discuss concerns with the Clay County Commission. Vescovo appeared during the January 19, 2016 Commission meeting asking for an across the board salary increase for Sheriff’s Deputies, and then again appeared last week concerned about a hiring issue. …

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Clay County Sheriff Paul Vescovo Concerned About Deputy Salaries

“I am approaching the County Commission again today because of what I see as a great injustice being done to the deputies of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.” Those were the beginning words of a letter that Sheriff Paul Vescovo read and presented to the Clay County Commission at today’s …

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City of Mosby Requests Law Enforcement Services from Clay County Sheriff’s Department

This story was originally published on November 3rd, further discussion occurred on November 23. The update is below the original story. Captain Steve Siercks and Captain Matt Hunter of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office appeared before the Clay County Missouri Commission on November 2, 2015 to discuss with the Commission …

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