McPherson Daily 911 6/7

McPherson Officers responded to a Domestic Disturbance/Violence call on Plum Avenue in Inman. Inman Police responded to a Domestic Disturbance/Violence call on W Stan Street in Inman. Moundridge Police responded to a non-urgent welfare check on E Cole Street. McPherson EMS responded to a call for chest pain or discomfort on N Dover Road. Lindsborg Police responded to call for a past theft or attempted theft  on S Jackson Street. McPherson EMS responded to a fall on N Maple Street. McPherson EMS, McPherson Fire and McPherson Sheriff responded to an injury accident on E Kansas Avenue and I-135. McPherson EMS

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McPherson County Register of Deeds 5/29 – 6/4

Marquette Farmers State Bank to Quenten Miller, Brenda Miller, and Timothy Miller. Property in Marquette. Jon Mark Clemence and Cecilia Clemence to Michael Burger and Kristina Burger. Property in McPherson County. Dale Flynn Est E to And A Investments. Property in Lindsborg. Gary Pederson and Dena Pederson to Trent Bentley and Jenny Bentley. Property in McPherson. Curtis Hancock and Tasha Hancock to David Bounsana and Amanda Bounsana.  Property in McPherson County. Brookfield Relocation to NC Judith Clubine. Property in McPherson. Betty Brewer to ALC Holdings. Property in McPherson. Darin Goering and Teresa Goering to Micah Schroeder. Property in Inman. Willis

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Speed Limits Noted by Police Department

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Speeding reduces the driver’s ability to steer safely around curves and avoid objects on the road. Speed increases, the distance your vehicle will travel before you can comprehend there is an emergency and react to it. Each mile per hour you travel equates to 1.467 feet traveled per second. Therefore, a vehicle going 55 mph will travel 80.685 feet each second. A simple way to figure out how many feet per second your car is going. By simply adding half of the miles per hour you are going to your speed you will get

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Canton Main Street Gets New Overlay

McPherson County is milling and overlaying it’s 27th Avenue which runs down the center of Canton’s Main Street. Mayor Wedel and County Commissioner Tom Kueser discuss the process with the County public works. Significant improvement to Canton’s Mainstreet.  Completing this before harvest season will resolve many potential issues. “I would like to thank the City of Canton and the McPherson County public works department for a job well done.  This will be quite an improvement for the local community,”  said County Commissioner Tom Kueser.

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