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Robing ceremony held for Pittsburg man newly appointed district court judge

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In Pittsburg a robing ceremony was held Friday afternoon for the newly appointed district court judge, Kurtis Loy.

Loy is a graduate of Pittsburg State University and an attorney and senior member of Loy and Sagehorn.

Through his career he's practiced many different areas of law including probate, civil litigation, tax law and family law.

Next week Loy will be returning to his alma mater as the Kansas Supreme Court will hear cases on the campus of Pittsburg State.
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