Council honors Fleming, wrestler

Outgoing Iola City Administrator Sid Fleming and Iola High School wrestler Logan Brown received special recognition from Iola City Council members Monday. Fleming will leave his post Friday; Brown won the first-ever IHS state wrestling championship.

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March 10, 2020 - 10:36 AM

Iola City Councilman Gene Myrick, center, speaks at Monday’s Council meeting in honor of Iola High School wrestler Logan Brown, who captured the school’s first-ever state wrestling championship Feb. 29 in Salina. Also pictured are wrestling coach Jason Bates, right, and Councilman Nickolas Kinder. Photo by Richard Luken / Iola Register

Friday has been declared as Sid Fleming Day in Iola, in honor of the outgoing city administrator.

Fleming announced earlier this year his resignation, effective Friday. He will become the next city manager in Paola.

“I want to thank the mayor and Council for the opportunity to serve,” Fleming said at Monday’s City Council meeting. “I’ve enjoyed cultivating partnerships and living and working in the community.”

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