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McCormick named to Ellinwood City Council

ELLINWOOD — At the regular city council meeting on Tuesday, James McCormick was named by Mayor Frank Koelsch to fill the seat on the city council left open by Ken Lebbin, who was appointed as a county commissioner in May.
McCormick is the sexton at Lakin-Commanche Cemetery.
He has lived in Ellinwood for 16 years, originally coming from Stafford. He is married to wife Debbie, and they have seven kids between them.
The new council member has some new ideas for Ellinwood and the council. “I have some different ideas than anybody else,” he said.
Working with the city staff through ...

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