• Dispatcher - part time

    The Norton County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for a part time Dispatcher with the potential of becoming a full time position.

    Successful candidate must have computer knowledge and experience, with good communication skills. Candidate must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, with no felony or certain misdemeanor convictions.

    Dispatch duties include but are not limited to: computer use in dispatch systems, telecommunications, and some jail responsibilities. 

    Starting wage is $14.00 per hour. Applications may be picked up at the Norton County Sheriff's Office, on the first floor of the courthouse. EOE

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  • Norton Highlights

    Sept. 2017: TRAVELING KANSAS is a local production from Smoky Hills Public Television that highlights communities, people and attractions across the state. This episode explores the past and present with a spotlight on the restoration of several historic buildings in Norton and the economic development efforts throughout the county.

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    Norton County Arts Council Updates! Click Here...


     

  • Member Spotlight

    Valley Hope of Norton (Founded in 1967) With a 50-year legacy of helping thousands of patients and families, Valley Hope is nationally-known as a trusted provider of addiction treatment and recovery support. Founded in Norton in 1967, Valley Hope provides patient-centered, compassionate treatment to people and families impacted by drug and alcohol addiction. Valley Hope’s residential treatment program includes safe, medically-monitored detoxification from drugs and alcohol, healing therapies, addiction education, family care, relapse prevention planning and long-term recovery strategies. If you or someone you know is struggling with drugs or alcohol, get help 24/7 by calling for a free, confidential assessment. Learn more about addiction, treatment and recovery by calling 1-800-544-5101 or visit https://valleyhope.org

     

     

     

     

  • News Releases

  • Click here for the latest issue of the LENORA MERIDIAN 

    NORTON COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PRESS RELEASE

    PRAIRIE LAND ELECTRIC AWARDED $1.1 ML BASE GRANT PRESS RELEASE

    SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOANS FOR KANSAS SMALL BUSINESS PRESS RELEASE

    NCCF FEBRUARY GRANTS PRESS RELEASE

    KELLER LEOPOLD INSURANCE/ASSURANCE PARTNERS MERGER BECOMES IRON INSURANCE PARTNERS PRESS RELEASE

    AMERICAN PICKERS TO FILM IN KANSAS! PRESS RELEASE

    HUMANITIES KANSAS PRESENTATION EXPLORES KANSAS FOLKTALES NEWS RELEASE

    PRESS RELEASE SCHMIDT FOUNDATION PROJECT PATHWAY: OPTIONS

    K-STATE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION: Announces Eight 'Communities of Excellence' Across State

    NORTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:New Field of Interest Fund for Almena

    HOUSING PRESS RELEASE: Norton City/County Economic Development Announces Fresh. New. Norton County Housing Program

    MEDIA RELEASE: Norton County Community Foundation Announces the “Norton County Endowment for the Arts”