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Clerk Magistrate for Dawson and Gosper County Courts sworn-in | KRVN Radio

Clerk Magistrate for Dawson and Gosper County Courts sworn-in

Clerk Magistrate for Dawson and Gosper County Courts sworn-in
RRN/ (L-R) Dawson County Judge Jeff Wightman administers the magistrate's oath of office to Myndee Hagan of Elwood as State Court Administrator Corey Steel looks on

Lexington, Neb. — Myndee Hagan of Elwood was sworn-in to serve as County Clerk Magistrate for Dawson and Gosper Counties.

Judge Jeff Wightman administered the magistrate’s oath of office Tuesday afternoon in the Dawson County courtroom.  This was the second time she took the oath,  as she was sworn-in last month before she began her duties on April 30, 2018,  replacing retired Clerk Magistrate Dianna Wheeler.

Hagan thanked employees of the State Court Administrator’s Office and employees of the Dawson and Gosper County Courts. Hagan also thanked area attorneys for their help and support. Hagan also recognized her family and friends for being her “support system.”  Myndee’s parents, Gwendolyn and Scott Stoll of Elwood, were present for the ceremony as well as attorneys, court employees and retired Dawson County Judge Carlton Clark.

RRN/Myndee Hagan with her family, including her parents, Gwendolyn and Scott Stoll of Elwood.

Shane Hagan placed the traditional judge’s robe on his wife and Myndee introduced her four children: 1 & 1/2 year old Brielen, 4 year old Korragan, 6 year old Traeston and 8 year old Christdolyn.

RRN/Myndee Hagan after she dons traditional judges robe following swearing-in ceremony.

A reception was held following the ceremony.

 

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