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Volunteers continue to guide county growth

It’s not only elected officials, or even hired staff members who make decisions that affect the future of Barton County, but volunteers also have a hand in making important decisions.
Several local residents have been appointed to county boards this week and they fill positions that make important decisions.
One of those positions is still open and in need of another person who wants to help chart the course of the county, it was noted this week.
County Administrator Richard Boeckman met with the Barton County Commission on filling two important boards this week.
The commissioners addressed adding members ...


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