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THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017 P. 5 NEWS Colonial Acres Event Center just Charles Stewart. C. Thiry and Sylvester Wendt. 1993: Ron and Cathy Funk, John southeast of Oskaloosa will provide 1956: Fred Cote, Victor Edmonds, 1975: Rollin A. Clark, CharlesHamon (Take Pride in America), Mr. thesettingWednesday, Jan. 25 for the Dale and Fred Nichols, GeneO~Primble Hamon, Sam Leu, Bill Moon and and Mrs. Dan Heinen (Windbreak), 70th annual meeting of the Jefferson and Otto Schrick. Marvin Rodecap. Jim Lindly, William Manville (Coop- County Conservation District. 1957: John and Earl Bower, W.L. 1976: Ivan Clare, Claude and Elvin erator of the Year) and Melburn and The meeting is scheduled to get Martin, Robert, Alfred and William Dean Domann, Fred Johannes andEvelyn Schneider. underway at noon with lunch and McCullough, Don and K.A. Newell, Curtis Stewart. 1994: Bodde Family Partnership, will include the presentation of two and Paul and C.L. Schmidling. 1977: Wilbur Aspinwall & Sons,Elmore'~Bud" Chambers (Windbreak), Kansas BankersAssociation Soil Con- 1958: Roy Hayes, Cecil Lewis, Ed Nieman Jr., John Sanders, Henry Elizabeth Dimick, Eugene Fries servationAwards and a KBAWildlife Harold Lukens, Lloyd Noll and Joe Schrick and William Wells. (Windbreak), Craig Gigstad (Coopera- Habitat Award for 2016. Information Quinlin. 1978: C.W. Beck, Marlin Dailey, tor of the Year), William T. Hannah about the recipients of these awards 1959: William Hannah, Guy O. Keith Jackson, Margaret Martin and (Distinguished Service), Betty Leech will appear in next week's issue of the Peck, Arnold Senn, Lew Wiley and William Showalter. (Wildlife Habitat), Kenneth Noll (Take paper. Harold Wunder. 1979: Warren Corpstein, Dr. F.W. Pride in America) and Carl Schuler. For more information about the1960: Clarence and Carl Domann, Huston, William Manville, Cletus 1995: Adair Edmonds, Ron Ed- meeting, call the JCCD office at 785- Ed and Robert Hemme, Don and Moore, Keith Ostrander and Vernon monds (Windbreak), Joel and Eliza- 863-2201. Frank Kresie, Robert Nickels and Weishaar. beth Edwards, Charles Foley (Wind- Colonial Acres is located at 8998 Shirley Rice. 1980: Wes Arthur, Chris Cox, Rob- break), Russell Pilger, Sales Farms US-59 Highway. 1961: Melvin and Carl Brose, Don ert Dill, Charles Domann and Tom - Wendell and Daryl Sales (Wildlife Organized in the 1940s, the JCCD Leu, Tom Noll, William and Milton and Herbert Frisbie. Habitat), and Harold and Gladys has handed out two or more awards Rhodes, and Henry J. Smatla. 1981: Englebert Heuertz, Paul Wunder (Cooperator of the Year). forthepast 70 years in recognizing the 1962: Eldon and Dewey Adams, Miller, William K. Rhodes and Larry 1996: Robert Dill (Cooperator of efforts of Jefferson County property Clarence Kell, Kenneth Martin, Ju- Schrick. the Year), George Morrison, Michael owners who have implemented prac- nior Niemann and Celestine Sch- 1982: Hugh Frank Andrews, Nickels (Wildlife Habitat), Richard rices or undertaken projects favorable neider & Sons. Delbert Brunk, Harold L. Schrick, Page and Vernon Sommers. to the preservation of the natural 1963: Robert Besanc0n, Jim Kim- Dan and Ruth Sedlak, and Harold 1997: Eugene and Betty Jo Ha- resources that have been entrusted mel, Leroy Loy, Walter Noll and Ray- Weishaar. ley, Robert and Elizabeth Hazard to them, if only on a temporary basis, mond Roberts. 1983: Roy Dix, John and Blanche (Windbreak), Daryl Mellard (Wildlife During this period, the governmental 1964: Mr. and Mrs, Harold Hatte- Garrett, Joseph L. Heinen, William Habitat), Kenneth and Dorothy Noll entity also has seen fit to honor others mer, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoffman, Mr. C. Leech and John O'Neill. (Cooperator of the Year), David C. who have served the cause ofsoil and and Mrs. Robert Hoffman, Mr. and 1984: John Dotson, JerryGriffitts, andDonnaS. Ross, RobertL. andPat water conservation well, either over Mrs. Horace L. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Hayden, Wilbur Kirkham and Timmons, and the Jefferson County the long run or in some special way George E. Shepard, and Earl Zook. O~rimble Brothers. Conservation District (Goodyear/ in a specific capacity. In the list of 1965: Mr. and Mrs.W. Claude Brey, 1985: Paul Burns, Edward C. and NationalAssociation of Conservation award-recipients that follows, unless Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lobb, Mr. and Carl F. Buttron, Eddie Clare, Francis Districts Conservation). otherwise noted, the award the recipi- Mrs. Raymond Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hart and James Jones. 1998: Scott Becker (Windbreak), ent got was a KBA Soil Conservation Gary Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 1986: Warren Boyce, Raymond Norman and Marjorie Brammel, Award. Phillips. Domann, Alfred and William Mc-Marlene Brown, Charles Domann 1946: D.M.Beasore, Warren Bonar, 1966: Howard and Daryl G. Bates, Cullough (Windbreak), Barry Shaw (Cooperator of the Year), Jim and Neil Curry, Frank Swoyer and H.W. Clarence Howe, Kenneth Noll, How- and Mrs. Martin Sheldon. Mary Guffey (Wildlife Habitat), Dale Wellman. ard Wellman and L.H. White. 1987: Larry Foster, Craig Gigstad, Kirkham (Grassland), Randy Lollar 1947: ROy Freer, J.C. Puderbaugh, 1967: William and Edwin Biester, WilliamT. Hannah (Wildlife Habitat), and Donald and Becky Schrick. LouieSchrick, Waldo Shultz and Pete CharlesandWilburJohnson, William Henry Moore and the Moyer Estate 1999: Daryl and Donna Bates Weber. Kramer, Richard Rees and Harold (Margaret A. Rathert). and family (Grassland), Ronald and 1948: Paul Hensleigh,August Noll, Stallard. 1988: Don Buttron, George Kramer, Brenda Bertels, Paul Gergick (Wildlife George Patterson, Albert Sanderson 1968: Walter Clark, Delbert Gig- Miller Brothers Farms Inc., Leon ROb- Habitat), James Kimmel (Cooperator and Homer Weishaar. stad, J. Alfred Keirns, Robert A. Noll ertson and Wendel Sales. of the Year), Donald and Mary Ann 1949: Joe Corpstein, John Cum-and Keith Stanwix. 1989: CAJ Dairy, Walter W. Clark, Knowles and Alice Knowles, Donald mings, ThurmanEdmonds, CarlHefty 1969: Charles Duguid, George Eugene W. Kramer and Weishaar Leu and Francis and Virginia Sprang and Frank Mangold. Gigstad, Arthur Schrick and Robert Brothers Inc. (Windbreak). 1950: Francis Dunbar, John and LloydWeibel. 1990: Chad and Leslie H. Barnes 2000: Dan and Debra Barrow Hamon, Henry and Vern Hoffman,1970: Harold Fair, Henry Funk,(Wildlife Habitat), Edwin Biester, (Grassland), Warren and June Boyce, Tony Leadtka and Norris Rees. Don Meyers, James Schrick and Er- Ronald Lane, David W. Noll (Wind- Dean and Judith Gigstad, John Long, 1951: Max Engle, Glenn Miller,nest Tucking. break) and Gale Shughart. Keith Ostrander (Cooperator of the Leonard Pitts, Clarence Seaver, W.B. 1971:AmonAshworth, EarlBowie, 1991: Mr. and Mrs. David Corkill, Year) and Ivan, Mary and Luke Ther- Simmons and H.L. Slaughter. Fred Newell, Eugene Plummer and Mr. and Mrs.Kevin Gigstad, John and off(Wildlife Habitat). 1952: Jim Cox, L.M. Hamon, Clif- Emmett Wichman. Paul Lambrecht, Mr. and Mrs. James 2001: Denis, Donna and Patrick ford Lobb, Keith May and Albert Pat- 1972: Alvin Biery, John Kenyon, Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lobb Callaghan, William and Ruth Hannah terson. Glen McIlwee, Robert Nehrbass and (Windbreak), and the McLouth Recre- (Kansas Association of Conservation 1953: CarlAmerine, Elmer T. Bar- Dorothy Shove. ation Commission (Wildlife Habitat). Districts Business/Professional Indi- nard, C.C. Cool and James Varner. 1973: Robert Abel, T.K. Eades, Ar- 1992: Wilbur Aspinwall & Sons vidual), Jefferson Farms Inc. (Wildlife 1954: Danny Brune, Max Garbe, thur Newell, John Sloop and Marlin (Windbreak), Kenneth E. BaileyHabitat), Mel Langston, Kelly Lenz Howard Heck and Wilma Weidlin.Stark. (Windbreak),Albert E. Brosa, Ruby M. (KACD Communication) and Steve 1955: Jim Darrow, Earl Ferguson, 1974:Anthony J. Heinen, Dale and Harwood and Hensleigh Farm (Take Mauzey. Edgar Jackson, Thomas Noll andDennis Hupe, Paul Swaffar, Winfred Pride in America). 2002:TaraAla(EarthTeam),Daryl Becker (Appreciation), Ray, Jim and Pete Browning (Wildlife Habitat), Dennis and Loretta O Mmble (Wind- break), Edwin and Nancy Weishaar, and Jay and Jan_ice Weishaar. 2003: Roger Coleman (Lifetime Conservation Award), Matt and Sara Noll (Wildlife Habitat), Francis and Elaine Schmidt, and Allen and Becky Wise (Windbreak). 2004: Bob Heinen (Wildlife Habi- tat), Steve Goff (Buffer), Larry and Ella Pruett, Sixta Farms LLC and Earl Stevens (Buffer). 2005: Gary and Jayne Coleman (Wildlife Habitat), Joseph Gardner, Fred and Catherine Smelser (Wind- break), and Henry Karl (Buffer). 2006: Walter Coleman (Buffer), McKing Estates (Wildlife Habitat), Chris and Debbie McClelland, Mike and Cindy Miller, and Ted and Elaine Miller. 2007: Dan and Karen Ruhlman, Perry Ranch - Phil, Rhonda, Nathan and Carrie Perry (Water Quality), Ralph Rose (Water Conservation) and Jefferson County Trust - Jean Shepherd (Wildlife Habitat). 2008: Gerald and Patricia Schrick, Joe Dix (Water Quality), Kelly and Kim Kirkham (Water Quality), Riv- erside Farms - Todd and Debi Meier (Water Conservation) and Miller Brothers Farms (Energy Conserva- tion). 2009: Ron Younger, Stephen and Tara Shughart, Jeff Brun (Water Quality), David and Lisa Abramovitz (Wildlife Habitat), and Melvin and Joyce Williams (Grassland). 2010: Craig and Tammy Gigstad, Mike and Marcy Brey (Windbreak), and CAJ Dairy - Jesse and Shelby Houk and Joel and Irene Houk (Water Quality). 2011: Teresa M. Erhart Trust (Mitch Feldkamp),Vernon and Deloris Robb, Doug and Kerry Bruning (Water Quality), Henry J. and Sara Ann Karl Jr. (Wildlife Habitat), and Todd and Trista Gish (Wildlife Habitat). 2012: Charles and Mary Jo Hamon, Delmer and Donald Wischmeier, and James VanDeVoorde (Wildlife Habi- tat). 2013: Alex and Traci Noll, Joe Heinen, Skip and Laurie Wonnell (Wildlife Habitat), and Dennis and Sue Domann (Windbreak). 2014: Crowley Farm (Jerry Cor- nelison) and Noll Farms (David and Tammy Noll). 2015: Amerine Hillcrest Farms (Mike Amerine) and Lea Barnes (Wildlife Habitat). (Continued from page 1) She indicated the typical fundrais- in the Meals on Wheels operation," era that MOW has always conducted Pickerell said. It will remain at its will continue. current location at 2701 SW East The 25 employees of MOW will Circle Drive in the Kanza Education now be employed by Midland Care, and Science Park area. The kitchen which is headed by Karren Weichert, and food preparation is contracted president and CEO. with the Topeka school district, USD Midland employs 296 people in 501. northeast Kansas and continues to Pickerell, a Valley Falls native, expand. It purchased the Linnwood became employed by Midland Care Assisted Living complex in Valley right after graduation from Kansas Falls a few years ago and opened a State University and was with the PACE program in Kansas City in nonprofit for 15 years before leaving November. to head Meals on Wheels in 2011. It is also looking for ways to ex- While at Midland, she helped pand services in Lawrence, Weichart establish the home health care seg- told the Capital-Journal. ment known as PACE in 2007, which Both nonprofits rely on volunteers has been using the Meals on Wheels and coordinators will continue to program as part of its service, operate those aspects of the organiza- "Nutrition is a pivotal piece in tions separately. senior care and the two organizations complement each other in providing these services," Pickerell said. The merger, she said, will also help MOW streamline its organization to Girls' Basketball serve more people than it could serve Jan. 3 in Oskaloosa - Horton over independently. Oskaloosa 37-33 PACE is a program that provides Jan. 3 in Atchison - Maur Hill- services and support for elderly in- Mount Academy over McLouth 60- dividuals who want to stay in their 24 homes. The program provides in- Jan. 3 in the Easton area - Jef- home services and adult day care. ferson County North over Pleasant According to a Topeka Capital- Ridge 75-44 Journal report on the merger, Meals Friday in Oskaloosa - Oskaloosa on Wheels had suffered substantial over Kansas City Christian 49-37 losses in recent years. Losses ranged Friday in the Holton area - Jack- from as little as $5,000 to as much as son Heights over McLouth 54-29 $117,000 in 2015. Midland, however, Friday in Atchison - Jefferson showed gains of $511,000 in 2014. County North over Maur Hill-Mount "The need has simply outpaced the Academy 56-42 available funds," Pickerell said. (Published in The Oskaloosa Independent January 12 and 19, 2017)2t NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT To all qualified electors residing within the boundaries of the Jefferson County Conservation District, notice is hereby given that pursuant to K.S.A. 2-1907, as amended, on the 25th day of Janu- ary, 2017, at 12:00 p.m. an annual meeting of the Jefferson County Conservation District will be held at the Colonial Acres Event Center, Oskaloosa, Kansas. The meeting agenda shall include the following business items: ONE: The supervisors of the Jefferson County Conservation District shall make full and due report of their activities and financial affairs since the last annual meeting. TWO: They shall conduct an election by secret ballot of qualified electors, there present, of two supervisors to serve a term of three years from date of said meeting. The'term of Andy Winsor and John Wunder is expiring. All in the county of Jefferson in the State of Kansas. Attest /s/Michelle Manager L. Helm Jefferson County By/s/Rebecca Wise Chairman Conservation District PUBLIC NOTICE (Published in The Oskaloosa Independent January 12, 2017)1t JEFFERSON COUNTY, KANSAS, LIST OF CLAIMS 4th Quarter Claims The Jefferson County Clerk's office has prepared for publication, the statement of expenditures or a summary of expenditures and balances as required by statute. The publication may be quarterly or monthly and Jefferson County has elected to publish this information quarterly. The information is provided to inform the public on the expenditures allowed in excess of $50.00 during the quarter. Complete information on all expenditures is available at the Jefferson County Clerk's office. Angela Humburg, R.D ......... $598.72 McAfee Henderson Solutions Inc .... ......................................... $56,961.64 First United Methodist Church ....... ................................................ $50.00 Klaver Construction Company Inc.. ....................................... $162,098.80 Professional Rehabilitation Special- ists P.A ................................. $340.00 Centurylink .................... $14,813.45 Edd Consulting/Kyle Moomau ......... .............................................. $825.OO Nancy Wicker ................... $2,680.52 Kelly S Roberts-CSO ........ $1,499.40 Kirk Webb ............................ $212.92 Mobilepropt LLC .............. $6,744.10 Scott A Berry ......................... $94.30 Bell Graphics ....................... $133.00 Richard Malm ...................... $434.64 Alamar Uniforms ................ $177.35 Amerigroup Kansas Inc ...... $220.80 Oskaloosa Car Wash LLC... $156.25 Blue Cross And Blue Shield Of Kansas Inc .................... $567,529.14 Lifeteam Education Services ........... ........................................... $2,000.00 Wayne Ledbetter ................. $224.88 Linda M Buttron ................... $86.18 Kathryn A Smith .............. $1,023.30 Star Programing .............. $1,000.00 Southeastern Emergency Equip- ment .................................. $2,943.30 City of Meriden ................... $235.86 City of Oskaloosa ............. $3,884.21 City of Valley Falls ................ $93.40 Kanequip Inc .................... $1,164.08 Cox Communications .......... $642.45 Network Computer Solutions .......... ........................................... $2,192.88 Debbie Chute ......................... $85.00 Cottonwood Inc ............... $37,500.00 Hoyt's Truck Center ............ $146.84 Tammy Luttman .............. $2,493.78 CDW Government Inc ...... $3,961.53 Electrolife Battery, Inc ..... $1,946.78 Delaware Township ............... $50.00 AT&T Mobility-Roc ............. $787.98 Thyssenkrupp Elevator Corp .......... .............................................. $900.57 Randy M Barker .................. $230.00 Deborah McNary ................. $324.28 Taser International .......... $1,033.43 Fairview Township ................ $50.00 J David Farris Law Office $2,550.00 St Aloysius Catholic Church$100.00 Medi-Waste Disposal ........... $165.00 Union Township .................... $50.00 Galls]Quartermaster ........ $1,077.43 KS Jail Association ............. $100.00 DBA Commercial Bonding.. $462.50 Advantage Communications & Security Co .......................... $341.30 KS Gas Service ................. $3,679.75 Midwest Striping Inc ..... $54,358.90 Ron Weishaar ................... $1,450.00 Midwest Concrete Materials Inc ..... ........................................... $4,615.77 Johnson Controls Inc ..... $61,429.85 Bradley W McNary ................ $50.00 Wilbea Medical Equipment ............. ........................................... $8,279.05 Samantha R Black .............. $539.46 Hamm Inc ..................... $269,725.76 Clifford Power Systems Inc ............. ......................................... $10,340.46 Anna Marshall APRN-C ....... $86.63 Heinen PHE Services, Inc ................ ......................................... $14,447.00 Heinen Repair Service Inc.. $324.05 Cintas Corporation #430.. $1,508.57 Rural Water Dist #1 .............. $75.50 RDJ Specialties Inc ............. $353.79 Paul D Johnson ..................... $91.80 The Home Center Inc .......... $868.00 Summit Truck Group ....... $3,125.87 Joseph Burch ......................... $51.00 Document Products Inc ....... $984.06 Gale Rudolph ......................... $60.48 Denise M Streeter ............... $132.30 Powerplan ......................... $3,382.57 PVD Education Fund ............ $50.00 Environmental Pest Control ............ ........................................... $1,033.00 Quest Diagnostics Clinical Labora- tories Inc .............................. $567.96 Jefferson Co Health Dept, $3,098.66 Jefferson Co Highway ...... $2,086.00 Jefferson Co Historical Society ........ ........................................... $7,056.50 FW Huston Medical Center ............. ......................................... $19,492.80 Jefferson Co Register of Deeds ........ .............................................. $115.00 Jeanne M Czoch .................... $65.60 Jefferson Co Service Organization.. ........................................... $5,666.50 Jefferson Co 4-H Council. $6,042.90 WIBW ............................... $2,490.00 Enclara Pharmacia .......... $7,392.2! Michelle D Hancock CSR RPR ........ .............................................. $335.00 Networkfleet Inc ............... $2,480.25 KADCCA .............................. $150.00 KS Assoc of Counties ........... $345.00 KCAA ................................... $445.00 Abby Martin ........................ $132.30 KHCA ................................... $719.00 Environmental Energy Inc. $120.00 Chemtel Inc ......................... $300.00 Justice Systems Inc .......... $2,100.00 Strategic Healthcare Programs LLC ................................... $9,195.00 Casey W Keirns ................... $125.00 Fire One Inc ......................... $199.50 Heilman Consulting LLC $2,000.00 Melissa Erpelding ............... $369.36 Westar Energy ................ $35,200.66 Century Business Technologies ....... ........................................... $1,573.45 Verizon Wireless .................. $240.06 Quest Diagnostics ................. $70.26 L & R Refrigeration LLC .... $225.00 Kim Troupe ............................ $50.00 Lawrence Memorial Hospital .......... .......... : .......... . ........................ $138.46 League of KS Municipalities ........... .............................................. $102.84 Dorothy A Herring .............. $808.38 Rural Water Dist #3 .............. $67.50 Kolde Concrete Services ..... $465.87 Lockwood Company Inc ... $1,882.44 Truck Center Companies ................. ....................................... $324,796.00 Honey Bee Septic Service ... $525.00 Hurd Excavating LLC ......... $600.00 St. Francis Health Center... $370.29 Environmental Laboratories Inc ..... .............................................. $341.00 5 Star Consultants LLC... $3,355.07 Hickman Environmental Services .. ........................................... $2,100.00 Midway Ford Truck Center Inc ....... .............................................. $512.35 Davin Electric Inc ............ $6,905.00 Kayla Ribordy ................... $1,137.78 Kansas Powertraln & Equipment LLC ................................... $4,921.21 Jefferson Co Law Library ... $674.19 Arrow International ......... $2,069.20 DBA Mighty Auto Parts... $1,542.47 Gravel Road Goodies ........... $121.95 Computer Information Concepts Inc ..................................... $1,065.00 Carter Waters Construction Materi- als ...................................... $1,432.00 Christopher T Etzel .......... $1,073.00 KC Bobcat ............................ $376.41 Eds Automotive ................... $280.79 Monroe Systems For Business Inc.. ................................................ $57.55 United States Postal Service (Neo- post Postage-On-Call) .... $10,000.00 Rachel Maxwell-Honea .... $1,357.02 Motorola Solutions Inc ..... $5,699.50 Foley Equipment Co ......... $1,486.48 Karen Weishaar ................... $333.14 National Sign Company Inc ............ ........................................... $4,426.20 Naco ..................................... $450.00 Navrat's ............................ $2,918.64 The Guidance Center-Leav .............. ......................................... $15,650.00 Newman Traffic Signs Inc $4,097.70 BG Consultants Inc .......... $5,044.86 High Torque Racing Auto Body & Paint Inc ......................... $11,744.76 Coffman & Campbell LLC $7,028.76 Nora Lyon & Associates LLC .......... .............................................. $166.25 JL Safety LLC ..................... $126.55 Henry M Adkins & Son Inc .............. ......................................... $11,428.02 Connie D Milner .................. $285.36 Ozawkie Township ................ $50.00 Mailfinance Inc .................... $328.44 Pengad Inc ........................... $163.45 Office Plus of Kansas .......... $174,93 Great America Financial Services Corp ..................................... $495.22 US Postal Service ................ $110.00 Honey Do's ........................... $225.00 Quill Corporation ............. $7,994.48 Rita H Adam ........................ $224.22 Susan A Clasen ................ $1,593.24 Jim Cyphers ........................ $351.96 Sherri Lynn Hartter ............ $124.02 DBA Redwood Toxicology Labora- tory Inc ................................. $313.10 Correct Care Solutions LLC. $72.00 Proshred Security ................ $480.00 Consolidated Correctional Food Service ............................ $24,602.55 Redwood Toxicology Laboratory Inc ................................................ $50.00 Safety Kieen Systems Inc... $140.00 TBS Electronics Inc .......... $1,790.00 KACSO ................................ $250.00 Krisena L Silva ................... $148.90 Law Enforcement Seminars LLC .... .............................................. $325.00 Waynes Farm Supply .......... $233.06 Simplexgrinnell Lp .......... $1,155.72 Gary Servaes Enterprises... $719.00 Paving Maintenance Supply Inc ..... ........................................... $2,382.54 ARC ...................................... $266.53 National Insurance Marketing Brokers LLC ................... $46,688.21 Stormont Vail Healthcare Inc .......... ........................................... $4,660.52 Sunny Valley EHU ................ $50.00 Dustin J Parks .................... $302.40 KS Federal Surplus Property $69.50 Midwest Single Source Inc. $297.57 Staples Business Advantage ........... .............................................. $571.49 Administrative Services of Kansas. .............................................. $150.00 TFM Comm Inc ................... $879.00 Civicplus ......................... $31,671.55 Underground Vaults & Storage Inc. ........................................... $2,635.35 Centurylink .................... $20,971.28 The Victor L Phillips Co... $1,897.39 Welborn Sales Inc ......... $132,583.30 Western Extra!ite Company$354.03 SHI International Corp ...... $467.00 Rural Township ..................... $50.00 Winchester Hardware ......... $201.00 Ace Monitoring .................... $866.54 Country Harvest Apple Market ....... .............................................. $164.87 Lori A Williams ................... $832.14 Fidlar Technologies .......... $4,916.11 Kevin D Gibson ..................... $50.00 Melinda A Harwood ............ $222.64 Kentucky Township ............... $50.00 Melissa Knopp .................. $1,407.24 Matt Scherer III .................. $259.20 The Tire Cutters Inc ........... $814.50 Tritech Software Systems... $861.75 John H Tweed ........................ $95.78 Campbell Law Office PA.. $5,140.56 Frontier Mortuary Supply Inc ......... ................................................ $66.12 KHRC ................................... $255.00 KNA Diggin Inc ................... $500.00 Mid-Continent Micrographics ......... ........................................... $1,332.00 Greg Hazen ............................ $62.64 Jerry White ...... .................... $154.44 KEMA .................................... $75.00 Leroy Boyd ........................... $125.00 Ability Network Inc ......... $1,038.00 Dave Mitchell ........................ $50.00 FW Huston Pharmacy ..... $5,723.50 Aladtec Inc ........................ $1,670.00 Bollcom Inc ....................... $1,486.00 Hobart Service ..................... $810.57 HeritagerCrystal Clean Inc ............. ........................................... $2,484.55 Barnett Family Funeral Home ........ ........................................... $1,625.00 First Call Morgue LLC .... $7,200.00 Kristi Lea Springstead .... $1,969.38 Central Salt LLC ............ $23,792.48 Standard Register Inc ......... $140.85 Deanna Warner ................... $670.00 Wendy L Weiss .................... $269.46 .Law Office of Joseph A Desch .......... ........................................... $1,216.77 Nelda R Rathert .................. $113.94 Kaw Township ....................... $50.00 Samantha R Harrington.. $1,578.04 Laird Noller Motors, Inc ..... $659.40 G & M Lawns LLC .............. $235.00 Kinnser Sothvare Inc ....... $6,357.00 Kucera International Inc$16,233.75 Freedom Innovations Company ...... ........................................... $1,005.00 Logan Hurd ...................... $1,200.00 Wanda R Agnew .............. :... $295.66 Lindyspring Systems ............ $82.50 Dr Laurie J Conway-Cotton Oneil Clinic A Div of Stormont ..... $450.00 Meghan Fowler .................... $129.06 Know Ink LLC ..................... $500.00 Cathy Garren, RN ................. $93.96 Imagequest .......................... $250.00 Theresa Zule ........................ $720.00 ACM Metal Works & 3D Designs LLC ................................... $2,093.32 Bound Tree Medical ............ $954.57 Piping Contractors of KS Inc ........... ........................................... $3,480.00 Midwest Reporters Inc ..... $1,624.70 Travis J Mumma ................... $50.00 N&N Construction ........... $3,300.00 Zoll Data Systems Inc ...... $9,290.03 Kansas Rental ..................... $550.00 Mail Services LLC ............ $8,662.21 Matthew S Finley .................. $97.20 Brandon Newman ................. $95.04 Hannah Schroller Simpson $272.40 Wyatt W Coffin .................... $600.00 Aahhh Some Blossom ........... $80.95 Mize Houser & Company PA ........... ........................................... $2,000.00 KS Highway Patrol ............. $500.00 Emergency Medical Products Inc .... .............................................. $609.09 Randy Carreno ...................... $60.00 GCR Tires & Service ........ $9,510.28 KS Register of Deeds Assoc Inc ....... .............................................. $200.00 Myron Corp .......................... $650.31 J Richard Lake ................. $7,072.28 IAAO .................................... $350.00 NACCTFO ............................. $75.00 Zimmerman & Zimmerman PA ....... .............................................. $815.25 Pur-O-Zone Inc ................. $1,554.16 Winchester Public Library .... $50.00 Beth Brown .......................... $260.28 PMIC .................................... $100.50 Matheson Tri-Gas Inc ...... $1,094.67 Sara Gerety, RN .................. $506.52 Giant Communications Inc .............. ........................................... $2,570,70 White Star Machinery & Supply Co .............................................. $720.41 William H. Griffin ............ $3,846.48 Touchtone Communications ............ ........................................... $1,230.78 Carterenergy Corporation ............... ......................................... $56,758.45 Animal Clinic of North Topeka PA.. .............................................. $303.50 Lorene L Stephan APRN-C ............. ........................................... $2,480.31 Blue Cross Blue Shield of KS .......... .............................................. $763.63 Thomson Reuters West Payment Center ............................... $1,528.84 B&D Radiator ................... $1,040.00 KS Judicial Council ............... $75.00 Leavenworth-Jefferson Electric ...... ........................................... $1,588.50 KS Sheriffs AssociatiOn ....... $225.00 KDJA ..................................... $75.00 Douglas Co Dept of Youth Serv ....... .............................................. $900.00 Jefferson Co Sheriffs Dept$8,670.32 AT&T ................................... $159.81 Zoll Medical Corporation. $1,973.12 Village Villa Inc ..................... $50.00 Rueschhoff Locksmith & Security ystems ................................ $185.50 Heartland Fire & Safety Equip- ment Co Inc ......................... $724.82 Voice Products Inc .......... $10,694.00 TMHC Services Inc .......... $1,685.00 Centurylink ......................... $380.67 Darla Ottensmeier ......... $10,078.60 Capital City Oil Inc ........ $40,733.48 Shawnee Co Department of Correc- tions ................................ $12,600.00 Oskaloosa Animal Clinic PA. $68.56 Misty Pardini ....................... $172.26 Hickory Pointe Care & Rehabilita- tion .................................. $11,905.33 Accent .................................. $435.37 Holland Eye Clinic .............. $563.00 A Time To Plant ................... $120.00 Frontier Forensics Midwest LLC .... ........................................... $5,200.00 Card Services ............... $153,332.81 Jan Hamilton, Trustee ..... $3,465.40 Davis Publications, Inc .... $4,160.03 Stormont Vail Health. ...... $8,516.01 Universal Lubricants LLC ............... ........................................... $2,193.38 S M Ball Waste Disposal Inc ............ ........................................... $1,520.00 4th Quarter, 2016 Wages General ........................ $487,545.80 Appraiser ....................... $69,481.61 Auto Administration ..... $18,540.93 Ambulance ................... $188,948.31 Health Department ..... $290,869.37 Public Works: Aux. Svc.. $71,613.60 Public Works: Rd & Bg .................... ....................................... $333,678.25 Law Enforcement ........ $458,585.45 Lake Patrol ...................... $2,267.28 TOTAL ...................... $1,921,530.60