Northern Natural Gas Company, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy, is seeking an Operations Manager with responsibility covering the Clifton, Kansas and Beatrice, Nebraska areas. The operations manager is responsible for the safe, compliant, reliable and efficient operation and maintenance of assigned compressor and pipeline facilities.
All qualified candidates must possess a valid driver’s license; bachelor’s degree in engineering, business administration or related field or equivalent work experience; at least six to ten years of related experience, including three years of supervisory/management responsibilities; and must possess a comprehensive understanding of methods, techniques and skills in the operations and maintenance of natural gas transmission pipelines and natural gas compressor facilities
The position offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Applicants are encouraged to visit the firm’s website at www.northernnaturalgas.com and apply online. The company requests no phone calls or personal visits. Northern Natural Gas is an Equal Opportunity Employer and subscribes to a drug-free/tobacco-free work place.
• A compensated placement from Human Resources at Northern Natural Gas, Omaha, NE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 25-2022 of a vacancy in the membership of the Board of Education of Turner Unified School District No. 202, Wyandotte County, Kansas. Such vacancy shall be filled by appointment of the Board of Education not sooner than 15 days following publication of this notice. Such appointment shall continue until April 7, 2015. Such vacancy exists by reason of the resignation of Mr. Dennis Peters, Jr. accepted on May 20, 2014. Interested patrons must submit a letter of interest to Connie Hijaz, Clerk of the Board, no later than Friday, June 13, 2014 at 800 South 55th Street, Kansas City, KS 66106. Interviews will be held by the Board of Education on Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
“Mom” and “Apple Pie” are terms that are often connected to memorable events for families, so it’s only natural that a local company which preserves memories is rewarding those who remember their moms.
On Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11th, Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens will provide a complimentary apple pie to families who come to the cemetery at 701 North 94th Street in Kansas City, Kansas.
“It’s our way of honoring those who are remembering their mothers who may have passed away,” said Cheryl Holifield, a spokesperson for Chapel Hill.
“We have a limited number of apple pies available, so only the first 175 families to visit us between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. will receive a pie,” she continued.
Visitors should obtain a survey form at the second gate outside the Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home office and after completing the form, return it to the office to receive their apple pie. There is a limit of one apple pie per family.
People may call 913-334-3366 or email Cheryl.Holifield@dignitymemorial.com with any questions and comments.
The company provides Dignity Memorial services.
Chapel Hill-Butler prides itself on responding to their client families and providing services to meet their personal needs. Some of those personal services include a Lakeside Mausoleum, a Lawn Crypt Garden and special features specifically designed for cremation. They are a cemetery of choice for thousands of families of all religious backgrounds.
In 2002, the Memorial Gardens were selected as the site for a new Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home, which opened in 2003.