New mayor seeks to be 'approachable,' wants more involvement
It has been almost a month since Keith Prunty took over as mayor of Kimball. For some in the community, Prunty is no stranger, and for others it will be a name to become familiar with. The latter is something Prunty encourages.
"I came to Kimball in '96 and I married in '98. I live here now with my wife and granddaughter. I used to work out at Clean Harbors, but now I work for Western Sugar and I have for the past eight years," Prunty said.
Prunty served on the Kimball Board of Public Works, and as a result, saw some items concerning spending that made him do a double take.
"Being on the...