Clay County Courthouse (courtesy photo)

Interviews are scheduled to take place next week to fill a district magistrate judge vacancy in the 21st Judicial District, composed of Riley and Clay counties.

According to the Kansas Judicial Branch, the District Nominating Commission will convene at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 18 to visit with three nominees. They include Dan Brenner, of Holton; John McNish, of Marysville; and Audrey Waid, of Clay Center.

Brenner is a Jackson County commissioner and is the owner of Diamonds by Design, Inc. McNish is an attorney with Bolton & McNish LLC and also the city attorney in Marysville. Waid is an attorney and the executive director of the Clay County Child Care Center.

Interviews will take place at the Clay County Courthouse in Clay Center and are open to the public.

The judge vacancy was created by the Oct. 15 death of Judge Bill Malcolm.

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