City commission candidate Richard E. Keim responds to Buzz election questions

Richard E. Keim is running for McPherson Commissioner of Public Works. The Buzz sent out a questionnaire to the candidates for city commission. Here are his responses:

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McPherson City Commission to meet Monday

The McPherson City Commission will meet at 8:30 a.m. Monday at 400 E. Kansas Ave. Here is what is planned for the agenda: Fire Departmental Matters Donation for 1928 American LaFrance Police Departmental Matters Approval of Administrative Lieutenant Promotion Approval of Police Patrol Sergeant, Police Detective Sergeant, and Police Detective Job Descriptions Approval of Hiring Process for Police Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, and Police Detective Blue Santa Program Planning and Zoning Matters  Ordinance No. 3326 – Special Use 116 N. Main Street Public Works Report Street Department: YMCA Entrance Street Department: YMCA Entrance Bollards Street Department: Street Sweeper Brooms WWTF: Replacement

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At an impasse: McPherson teachers struggle with negotiations

The McPherson School District is at an impasse in teacher negotiations. While this is new territory for McPherson, according to the Kansas Association of School Boards 2018-19 Survey, 5.1% of the 231 districts surveyed last year dealt with a joint impasse in negotiations.

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Bullpups Boys Soccer Draw against the Panthers at Great Bend

The Bullpups certainly could’ve used a win heading into the playoffs, they could only manage a draw Thursday night at Great Bend as the game ended in a 2-2 stalemate. The vocal crowd at Great Bend will be a dry run for crowds the team is likely to encounter during the postseason. Coach Chris Adrian said after the game, “The game was full of fouls and injuries and was allowed to get out of control at times. That being said, it was great to see the boys overcome adversity and play in a really hostile environment.”. Senior Tyler Hoxie had

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