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1/4/2014

Sabourin joins Sunflower Electric

Sabourin joins Sunflower Electric

Sunflower Electric Power Corp. has hired Kenneth Sabourin as a generation engineer at Holcomb Station as of Thursday. Sabourin will evaluate, recommend and coordinate projects intended to optimize plant performance, reduce costs and increase equipment life and reliability. He also will provide advanced and highly innovative technical engineering support to contractors and company staff on an as-needed basis.

Law firm adds new partner,

changes name

The Tamara L. Davis, P.A. law firm has a new partner and hence a new name. Megan L. McCann joined the firm as a partner, effective Wednesday. Henceforth, the firm will be known as Davis McCann, P.A.

McCann is a native of Cimarron and has been an associate attorney with the firm since 2010. She received her bachelor of accounting degree from Kansas State University in 2006 and her jurisprudence degree from Washburn University School of Law in 2008. She previoulsy practiced law in Manhattan.

McCann is a member of the Ford County and Kansas bar associations.

"Megan has been a solid addition to our firm since her arrival in 2010," Davis says. "Her ability to analyze complex estate planning needs has been a real asset to this community and our firm. Her western Kansas background provides her with a unique ability to anticipate and understand the needs and problems of our clients."

Davis McCann, P.A. has offices in Dodge City and Ulysses. It will continue to serve clients in estate planning, probate, small business succession planning, trust administration and related matters.

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