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Boone County Attorney
201 State Street
Boone, Iowa 50036
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The Boone County Attorney’s office is on the 4th floor of the Boone County Courthouse.
Office hours are 8:00 AM to Noon and 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM, Monday-Friday.
- Daniel Breitbarth - Assistant County Attorney
- Hunter Thorpe - Assistant County Attorney
- Melissa Bennett - Administrative Assistant
- Whitney Martinson - Office Assistant
- Lisa Hull - Collections Unit
The Boone County Attorney is the county's chief law enforcement officer, chief prosecuting attorney, and the legal advisor and lawyer for our county government. The County Attorney is elected to a four-year term. The County Attorney prosecutes violations of state criminal laws, seeks justice in criminal cases, and advocates for the protection of crime victims and for community safety.
There are both full-time and part-time County Attorneys in Iowa. Part-time county attorneys may handle private legal work in addition to their official duties. The Boone County Attorney is full-time and has a staff of two full-time assistant county attorneys.
The County Attorney works closely with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in criminal investigations, and plays a central role in the criminal justice system. The County Attorney also represents the state in juvenile court cases (juvenile delinquency cases, and child-in-need-of-assistance cases), seeking to hold youthful offenders accountable for their offenses, and fighting for the protection of abused and neglected children.
The County Attorney also provides legal advice to the Board of Supervisors and county officers concerning county matters, and represents and defends the state, county and its officers in officially related cases.
Your County Attorney is NOT.
In his or her OFFICIAL capacity, a lawyer for a private group or person.
The County Attorney DOES NOT.
Give legal advice to or represent private groups or persons.
File lawsuits for private persons or defend them against lawsuits, including actions for dissolution of marriage.
Prepare wills, deeds or other legal documents for private individuals.
To ensure that County investment is maximized and to provide the support needed for both state required services and those additional services desired by the residents of the County and the region that should not be tax-funded, the Boone County Fiscal Court has authorized a public-private partnership to construct the new shelter. A capital campaign is now underway to finalize the funding for the Boone County Animal Services Center. During the “silent phase” of the campaign, total contributions of $5.25 million have been raised or pledged toward the $6 million dollar boone county library job fair of the project. This includes $2.25 million from private donors. The campaign is now public and we invite friends and fellow animal lovers to help put the project over the top! Visit the Campaign website here.
St. Charles Community College will host Job Fair 2017 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, May 5, in the College Center, located at 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville. Admission is free to all job seekers.
This fair provides opportunities for job seekers to find job leads, job training and job search information and networking opportunities. Job seekers are encouraged to bring copies of their resume.
“Job Fair 2017 is a great opportunity for students to put themselves out there and see what jobs are available,” said Martha Toebben, SCC career services manager. “The Job Fair also provides employers the opportunity to access all the best job candidates in the area – both SCC students and non-students alike.”
Interested employers may register online at www.stchas.edu/jobfair, beginning March 1. Space is limited, so register early. Employer registrations will be accepted until Friday, April 28. The fair is open to business and industry employers from profit and non-profit organizations.
“As far as job fairs go, SCC’s is one of our favorites to attend,” said Rolf Rathmann, staffing manager at Service Stars. “The pool of people that attend have some great attributes and really seem hungry for work.”
The annual event is sponsored by three cooperating St. Charles County agencies and institutions. Last year, 330 area job seekers attended the tarrant county texas medical examiner registration fee of $70 for non-profit organizations or $95 for profit organizations includes one 2.5’x6’ table, two chairs, a continental breakfast, up to two box lunches and all advertising for the event.
St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.
Job Fair 2016, St. Charles Community College
There are thousands of job-related web sites on the Internet, but research has shown that only a very small percentage of job seekers actually land a job using this method to apply for jobs. The primary reason for this is that an estimated 70 - 80% of all job openings are never advertised. Other reasons include that many of the job orders posted on the Internet are out-of-date and there is a great deal of competition for publicly advertised jobs. The Internet, however, provides a wealth of information about labor market trends, job descriptions, wage and salary information, career ladder, and advice on interviewing, crafting resumes, and other job seeking skills.
Missouri Career Centers - Division of Workforce Development
Missouri Division of Job Workforce Development & Training: 800-877-8698
Missouri Economic Research & Information Center (MERIC): 800-347-1471
National Association of College and Employers (NACE)
Missouri Department of Labor & Industrial Relations: 573-751-3633
America's Career InfoNet
Career One Stop
Manpower Talent Shortage Survey
Mapping Your Future
My Career Voyage
My Next Move
O*Net Resource Center
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Road Trip Nation
Vault Career Intelligence
What Can I do with a major in.
University of North Carolina
Job Seeking Skills
Boone County High School Newsletter
ACT Prep Class -- TorchPrep
TorchPrep is offering a virtual ACT prep course for the April 17th ACT. In addition, they have seats available both in person and virtually for the summer ACTs. Please visit this link for registration information and additional details.
College and Beyond -- Dan Bisig
With Covid-19, certain colleges may be waiving the college essay requirement. Some colleges are even changing essay prompts to relate to coronavirus and what a student did over quarantine. Colleges want to view a student's growth or how a student overcame a challenge and showed resilience through the essay. Have your student take time to read and reread the essay to ensure it is specific and not generic.
If your student needs more help, perhaps allow multiple people boone county library job fair read it and give suggestions on the essay. If your student is still struggling, be sure to check out my book called "College Entrance Game Plan". There is a chapter devoted to college essays that may help your student. The best time for your student to start writing their college admissions essay is right now.
Odyssey Program -- Interested in learning more about the art of filmmaking at the Cleveland State University School of Film boone county library job fair Media Arts? This summer we have a full schedule of in-person camp sessions that explore all different characteristics of the filmmaking process. From a three-week experiential session to one-week intensives focusing on specific aspects of filmmaking, there is sure to be something for anyone interested in film! During the in-person summer camps, students see behind the scenes and learn how the film industry actually works through special guest lectures and site visits to real-world media environments.
Please visit Cleveland State University's School of Film and Media Arts website here for additional details and registration information.
Summer Enrichment Opportunity --
Back by popular demand, BCHS is once again offering students the opportunity to earn their PE, Health and/or Digital Literacy requirements this summer. Completing these required classes during the summer allows students to take more electives during the school year. Classes are $75 each. Please visit this link for registration information.
Thomas More University
Leann Morgan, Assistant Director of Admissions at TMU, will be hosting a virtual information session on either March 30th or April 19th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for current underclassmen (or even seniors who have boone county library job fair applied yet). She is hoping to give families time to learn about being a Thomas More Saint, scholarships overview, our different majors, and more!
Here is the link for students to register and once they do, they will receive an email with the Zoom link and passcode to join her!
For the third year in a row, the Association for Career and Technical Education is partnering with NASA HUNCH through a student video contest. This year’s theme is “Advancing Space Exploration Through Manufacturing.” Videos should feature a manufacturing project or future scenario in which advances in health care, transportation, family and consumer sciences, energy, robotics and other fields could advance understanding of life and work in space.
The deadline to submit a video is April 1. Complete details and entry information are available on the ACTE website.
The contest is open to students of all ages, including elementary, middle school, high school and postsecondary students in any CTE or project-based class or program, or NASA HUNCH school. Students may enter as individuals or as a team.
Virtual College Visits
Interested in touring Kentucky universities and colleges from the comfort of your couch? Then grab your comfy pants and visit this link.
Virtual Career Training Workshop
Interested in a virtual career training workshop? By participating in this program, you will enhance your skills in the following areas: Job Searching, Job Application & Resume Pointers, Interviewing Skills (including Virtual Interviewing Skills), Career Planning after High School, Obtaining assistance from the Career Readiness Coach at your High School, as well as details of services offered by the KY Career Center. If interested, please complete this Google Form.
Young Adult and Teen Job Fair 2021
The Kenton County Public Library, in partnership with the Brighton Center and the Kentucky Career Center, is sponsoring a Young Adult & Teen Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, March 30 from 4-5:30 pm. Please visit this flyer for additional information as well as the site to register.
Yearbook Needs Photos
Yearbook staff desperately needs photos of students – in their home-classroom, at lunch/meal time, after school out and about, during hobbies, or at fall and winter holiday events. Need any and all pics.
Submit using Yearbook Snap smartphone app or via https://snap.yearbookforever.com/index.html#/upload/330036. Use the code bcrebels21, or email hi-res images to email@example.com
Young Leaders Academy
Kentucky students who will have completed at least one grade of high school (as of summer 2021) are eligible to apply for the Young Leaders Academy, a summer residential leadership conference at the University of Louisville. The McConnell Center offers this annual program to outstanding high school students to help hone their leadership skills and further their understanding of American history.
Application materials must be submitted online and include a resume, essay, optional recommendation. Application materials must be received by April 23, 2021. Please visit this site for additional information and application.
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Held every Father’s Day weekend and provides the community with many recreational events that are held in conjunction with the Alumni Banquet. This year’s event will be June 15-17, 2018 and include the SMOKE n CHROME on MAIN car show on June 16th, Downtown sales events, the Alumni Banquet, and a Dance to raise funds for the Alumni Scholarship fund!
SMOKE n CHROME on MAIN
This Annual Show & Shine Event, sponsored by Cornerstone Bank - Albion, Albion Thrifty-Way, Schalk Auto Inc., Rex Mahoney/Stock Realty & Auction Co., and Zoucha Hay Grinding, Inc. is held on Saturday of Father's Day Weekend from 10am to 3pm. Many come downtown and see all the rides and bikes! Free will donations are raised to help fund area causes.
The Boone County Fair
"Will celebrate its 135th year with a full slate of events appealing to all ages! Go to https://boonecountyfairne.org/ for the full schedule of events!
Annual Independence Day Kiddie Parade
Held the morning of July 4th each year, this patriotic-themed kids parade brings many families to downtown Albion for fun, patriotism, and community spirit!
Annual FFA Alumni Bull-Ride Event
Annually on the Saturday of Independence Day Weekend
6:30 p.m. Calcutta / 7:30 p.m. Ride
Contact: Lonnie Rasmussen (402) 741-1844
Boone County Fairgrounds.
Includes a Miniature Brahma ride and Money Scramble for the kids during the event. Dance and Fireworks afterwards.
Rhythm & Ribs
Saturday, August 18, 2018
The Albion Chamber of Commerce to present the fifth annual Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Competition and Concert.
8:00am - Gate opens & registration for BBQ Competition, Music all day!
10:00am - Beer garden opens.
12:00pm - Food sampling & People's Choice Judging begins.
5:00pm - Rib Judging; 6:00pm - Ribs served
Live Music in the Evening
All day event open to all ages!!
Adults - $15; ages 10-5 $5; under 5 free. (Gate admission includes all food - people's choice tasting starts at 12:00pm and ribs at 6:00pm. Concession stand beverages and beer garden drinks available for sale all day.)
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“THE ACTION TRACK!”, presents racing action at its finest every Friday night from May to September. Weekly racing shows boast four classes – Hobby Stock, Street Stock, IMCA Modified, and Limited Late Model – and is a regular stop for traveling Sprint Car, Special Late Model, and WDRL Late Model series. Located at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Albion, the Boone County Raceway was featured in Dirt Late Model Magazine as “the Best Little Track You’ve Never Seen” and has a National reputation for track preparation, providing a family-friendly atmosphere, and downright old-school dirt track racing action!
Nebraska State Antique Tractor & Horse Plowing Bee
Held in Petersburg every August. For more information on this visit their website at www.raevalley.org or contact: Larry Petsche 1249 State Hwy. 14 Petersburg, NE 68652 Telephone: 402-386-5334 Show Date Telephone: 402-386-5366 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Online Application Process:
Please read boone county library job fair information below regarding application requirements for Certified, Support Staff, and Substitute positions. When you are ready to begin your application, click on the current job opportunities link to see our job postings. You will apply to each posting for which you are interested. (As noted below, there is a different process if you are interested in substitute positions.)
Applying for a certified or support staff position with the District:
- Complete the online application for the position in which you are interested.
- Submit a current resume (required for certified positions).
- Upon completion, applications will be reviewed. Based on district needs, necessary interviews will be scheduled. Selected candidates will be contacted via email or phone for interviews as vacancies occur.
- Applicants interested in certified positions must possess at minimum a bachelor’s degree and must hold or be eligible for a valid Missouri teaching certificate.
Upon receipt of an offer of boone county library job fair, the following actions will be performed:
- Candidates must successfully boone county library job fair an FBI/Highway Patrol Background check. (See DESE's Noncriminal Justice Applicant's Privacy Rights.)
- Official and completed transcripts of your undergraduate and graduate courses must be forwarded to Human Resources (required for certified positions).
Attention: Certified Staff – your application will not be complete until you have attached a resume, transcripts and provided at least three professional references.
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