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P. 4 THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2009 District court-- Traffic: 65 mph zone-- Tiffany L. Coffman, Meriden, 76 mph, $111 fine and costs; Andrew L. Gritz, McLouth, 77 mph, no proof of insurance, $417; Cameron J. Stout, McLouth, 82 mph, $147; Brittany N. Stillian, Linwood, 80 mph, $135; Sierra tC Gerry, Meriden, 82 mph, $147; James E. Nagy, Oakaloosa, 77 mph, $117. 45 mph zone-- Michael D. Daniel, Ozawkie, 60 mph, $.135; Lynnette M. Soldani, Topeka, 56 mph, $111; Ryan D. Payne, Topeka, 64 mph, $159. 20 mph zone-- Rodney G. Carlton, McLouth, 32 mph, $117. + Other traffic violations-- Gary D. Farmer, Ozawkie, expired registration, no proof of insurance, driving without valid license, $446 Danny Rone, Emerson;Ark., violation of 14-hour rule in commercial vehicle, $175; Megan K. Hamilton, Dodge City, no seat belt on passenger, $30; Rus- sell E. Hodgkiss, no seat belt, fine rga. Wildlife and parks-- Matthew S. Clev- enger, Kansas City, expired boat registra- tion, $129; Jeremy A. Culbertson, Easton, boat capacity violation, $98; Daniel L. Thompson, Bison, children not wearing personal flotation devices, $98. Cases filed-- Civil: Bank of America vs. Robin E.F. Halbert et at., mortgage foreclosure. First Horizon Home Loan Corp. vs. Dale W. Jackson and Marlena Jackson, mortgage foreclosure Capital One Bank vs. Michelle R. Faris, recovery of money Capital One Bank vs. Tobi J. Reed, recovery of money. Limited civil: Credit Union 1 of Kansas vs. Sylvia Mauller, recovery of money. Hume Music vs. Hildu Wayorga, recov- ery of money and merchandise. Hume Music vs. Jeannie Hansen, re- covery of money and merchandise. Home Center vs., Carol Palmer, recov- ery of money. Leavenworth-Jefferson Electric Coop- erative vs. the following, all for recovery of money: Nichole L. Thomas, Jessica D. Bartels and Bryan D. Peters, Tambre L. Tate and Alan L.Tate, Barbara and Robert Stanwix, Jennifer Smith, James Loveall, and Jose Medina. Country Harvest vs. Nichole M. Cooney, worthless check. Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Laurin M. Brown, recovery of money. TFM Servicing vs. Jennifer Black and Donnie Black, recovery of money. Oskaloosa Thriftway vs. the following, all for worthless checks:Nicolas A. Coffin, Rita F. Guy, Matthew W. Erickson, Brandi L. Noll, Brandy J. Hisey, and Steven Foster (Winchester). Douglas O. Jones, M.D. vs. Craig Keyes, recovery of money. Peterson, Krische and Van Horn, D.D.S. vs. Lisa A. Morando, recovery of money. Peterson, Krische and Van Horn, D.D.S. vs. Ralph Wiederholt, recovery of money. Action Credit Action LC vs. Corey Van Nostrand,:recovery ofmoney. + Kansas Gas Service Co. vs; Dawn M. Manger, recovery of money. Kansas Gas Service Co. vs. Cercie-Lee A, Martell, recovery of money. Credit Management Services Inc: vs. Donna Fannin, recovery of money. Wachovia Dealer Services Inc. vs. Kevin L. Jones, recovery of money. Small claims: Oskaloosa Medical Clinic vs. Pia L. Friend, recovery of money. Aron L. Boyce vs. Ben Jepson, recovery of money. JoRita J. Shipley vs. Tameca R. Davis, recovery of money. Domestic relations: Amanda N. Ott vs. Justin DePoy, pro- tective order. Lori Kampfer vs. Samuel Howard, protection from stalking. Melvin D. Guffey vs. Rosalina E. Guffey, divorce. Kelly J. Grother vs. Nathan Grother, protective order. Criminal: State vs. Jerry L. Morris, Ozawkie, criminal damage, disorderly conduct. State vs. Kelli M. Britt, Valley Falls, two counts of forgery, one count of theft. State vs. Toby E.L. Noll, Oskaloosa, obstructing legal process, disorderly con- duct. State vs. Brian D. S.ummerville, Oska- loosa, burglary, theft. State vs. Charles E. Baisch, Valley Falls, criminal threat, battery, criminal restraint, theft. State vs. Joseph M. Adams, Topeka, obstructing legal process. State vs. Jeffrey D. Pressgrove, Ber- ryton, obstructing legal process. State vs. Jason R. Collins, McLouth, four counts of battery of correctional of- ricer. Register of, deeds-- WD, Kip L. Frick et ux. to Kim Picotte, lots 15 and 17, blk. 5, Meriden. QC, Jefferson County to Michael L. Copp, lots 83 and 84, blk. T, Lake Shore Estates subd. QC, Jefferson County to Jack Ander- son, part of SE 1/4 of 36-10-19. WD, Eldon R. Brey to William L. Noll and Tenneil K. Noll, part of NE 1/4 of 27- 9-18; WD, North American Savings Bank FSB to Jennifer G. Best, lot 6 and part of lot 5, blk. S, Fitzsimmons West Addition, Oskaloosa. TD, Harold D. and June E. Foley Re- vocable Living Trust to Kelly E. Phillips, part of HE 1/4 of 34-7-17. WD, Jason E. Noll to Kevin S. Rule et ux., lots 1 and 2, blk. B,AcademyAddition, Winchester. WD, Thomas R. Anderson et ux. to Ros- coe D. Scully, part of SE 1/4 of 15-11-18. WD, Robert D. Helton II et ux. to Cort- neyJ. Rowe and Terri D. Rowe, lot 11, blk. Q, Lake Ridge Estates subd. QC, Meril D. Vanderpool et ux. to Jerry A.C. Cozadd et ux., lots 3 and 4, blk. A, Village West No. 3 subd. WD, Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Nicholina M. Chronister, part of SW 1/4 of 33-9-19. WD, John Prochaska et ux. to Mark Hennessy and Kelly Hennessy, part of NE 1/4 of 17-11-20. QC, Universal Mechanical and Electri- cal Inc. to Donald T. Bell, part of survey 8 of the Kaw Half Breed Indian Lands, 13-11-16. WD, Charles I. Hamilton to Benjamin J. Meek and Kristin K. Meek, part of NE 1/4 of 4-10-17. QC, Jefferson County to PRB Property Solutions LLC, lot 28, blk. A, and lot 5, blk. E, Hilldale South subd., lot 673, Walnut Grove section, Lakeside Village subd., lot 1, blk. H, lots 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 54, 56, 57, 59, 62, 63, 64, 67, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 79,8G 82, 83,:84: 89,90, 99, 100, 101,102, all in blk. S, and tots 1 and 7, blk. W, all in Lake Shore Estates subd. QC, Jefferson County to Walter A. Rush, lot 47, blk. T, Lake Shore Estates subd. QC, Jefferson County to Shantell Wal- lis, lots 23, 24 and 25, blk. T, Lake Shore" Estates subd. QC, Gary Unfred et ux. to Clifford LaFrenz et ux., lots 9 and 10, blk. 7, Wil- liamstown. WD, Art M. Anderson et ux. to Char- magne R. House and Richard S. House, lot 12, blk. 4, Rock Creek. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to TRAI LER  HITCHES Dr. James Rider Doctors Board Certified Family Practice ] Office and Hospital-based St. Francis Stormont Vail JCMH I Urgent Care Health Needs Provided] 24-hour a day answering service 7 days a week + Trauma or Illness...If you need a Doctor, we have one on call. 785-945-3263 * 913-774-2150 785-863-4125 ] Obstetrics and Newborn Care ] Babies delivered by Dr. Rider and Dr, Campbell at St. Francis and Stormont Vail Hospitals in Topeka I Geriatrics and Nursing Home Care ] Geriatric services headed up by Dr. Rider Board certified in Geriatric Medicine Accepting new patients.., just specify our group! All Topeka Nursing Homes All Jefferson County Nursing Homes Easton The Medical Clinics of: Valley Falls Nortonville M, T, Th, F 8:30-5:30 T 9-1, Th 9-1 W 8-8, S 8-1 785-945-3263 913-886-2110 Winchester M, Th, F 8:30-5:30 T 8:30-8, W 8:30-noon 913-774-2150 Oskaloosa M 1-8, W 1:30-5:30 Th 8:30 - noon F 1:30 - 5:30 785-863-4125 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT I I Glenn R.Williams IRA, lot 16, blk. J, Lake Ridge Estates subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Joe Magallanes IRA, lot 69, blk. M, Lake Ridge Estates subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Judith N. Johnston, lot 13, blk. R, Lake Ridge Estates subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Butt J. Bulos IRA, lot 34, blk. W, Lake Ridge Estates subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Rick Jarrett IRA, lot 27, blk. X, Lake Ridge Estates subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Thomas Tang and Linda Tang, lot 337, Lakewood Hills Unit II subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Ruth Cornett IRA, lots 461 and 462, Lakewood Hills Unit III subd. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group LLC to Johnny D. Swims IRA, lot 578, Lakewood Hills Unit III subd. WD, Bank of New York Trust Co. to Hugh A. Bradley and Nichole E. Jerdee, lot 56 and part of lot 57, blk. E, Ozawkie. WD, Jodane H. Rhame to Charles J. Skelten and Beth A. Skelton, part ofoutlot 21, Perry. WD, Kenneth W. Couch et ux. to Ed K. Teaster and Ruth A. Teaster, lot 31, blk. G, Lakeside Village Campgrounds East subd. Sheriffs reports-- The following offense and traffic reports are the latest released by the Jefferson County Sheriff&apos;s Department. The date of offense is often approximate and sometimes long before the reporting date. June 18: Duane Thiry, McLouth, re- ported burglary and criminal damage at his residence. June 18: Officers responded to a fight in progress on the 300 block of Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa. June 19: Officers responded to a noise disturbance on the 3600 block of Park Drive, Grantville. June 21: Officers responded to a fight in progress on the 10100 block of Delaware Park, Lakeside Village. June 22: Stephanie Mauller, Lakeside Village, reported threats. June 22: Judy A. Miller, address un- known, reported the theft of camping equipment from the Limestone Cove area at Slough Creek Park. June 22: Thefts of money were reported at Rosie's Downtown Cafe, Oskaloosa. June 22: Allison Meier, Grantville, reported threats. June 24: Officers recovered stolen jew- elry along the 6800 block of K-4 Highway, Meriden. June 24: Trespassing was reported by the Jefferson County Humane Society. June 24: Officers responded to a report of shots heard on the 19600 block of 126th Street, rural McLouth. June 25: Phil Perkins, Valley Falls, reported the burglary and theft of items and criminal damage to a dead bolt lock. June 25: A wallet was recovered near 66th and Butler Road, rural Meriden. June 25: Clayton Boyer, Lakeside Vil- lage, reported the possible theft or loss of a license tag. June 25: Officers responded to a noise disturbance on the 10900 block of 46th Street, rural Grantville. June 25: Officers responded to a fight in progress on the 9900 block of Military Trail, Lakeside Village. June 26: Criminal damage to sewer pipe was reported by Lakewood Hills Improvement District on the 8800 block of Cottonwood Lane. June 26: Courtney Kipers, Meriden, reported the theft of a purse. June 26: Jonathan Saunders, Norton- ville, reported a forgery and fraud. June 27: Officers responded to a fight in progess on the 10700 block of Perry Park Drive, Perry. June 27: Officers responded to a fight in progress on the 5400 block of Ferguson Road, Perry. June 27: Officers responded to a noise disturbance at Slough Creek Park. June 28: Leonard Farmer, Oskaloosa, reported criminal damage to a fence. June 28: Stephanie Mauller, Lakeside Village, reported the theft of a laptop computer. June 2: Officers responded to a report 'of a prowler on the 8800 block of Hickory Lane, Lakewood Hills. June 29: Officers responded to a fight in progess on the 300 block of Maple Street, Valley Falls. June 29: George Jeffries, Perry, re- ported criminal damage to fence. June 29: Officers recovered stolen mail near US-24 and Clark Road, Grantville. June 29: Nicole McFarland, Meriden, reported the theft of items from her resi- dence. June 29: A drowning was reported at Perry Lake. June 29: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 13400 block of Stitz Road, Winchester. July 1: The theft of realty signs was reported by Pia Friend Realty at the junc- tion of ll4th and K-4 Highway. Jly 1: Jason Pickerell, Valley Falls, reported criminal damage to a sign at ll4th and K-4. July 5: Steven Marlatt, Atchison, reported the theft of auto parts at Perry Park. July 5: Juanita Spietman, Topeka, re- ported the theft of a tractor from a rural + Ozawkie address. July 6: A stolen truck was recovered at the junction of Decatur Road and US-24 Highway in rural Grantville. July 7: B. Sue Erickson, Oskaloosa, reported the theft of a lounge lawn chair. July 7: A stolen truck was recovered on the 6400 block of Buck Creek Road, Oskaloosa. July 7: Kendle Beecham, Valley Falls, reported criminal damage to fields and fence. July 81 The theft of copper cable and criminal damage to fencing was reported by Parr Electric, Grantville. July 8: Monica Wise, McLouth, re-. ported the theft of two guitars from her residence. July 9: The theft of $55.30 in gas was reported at Presto in Grantville. Officers also responded to the following calls.for service. alarm .......................................... 15 citizen assist ............................... 32 vehicle check .............................. 11 suspicious activity ...................... 23 traffic problem ............................ 30 juvenile call ................................ 16 animal call .................................. 29 domestic disturbance ................. 19 funeral escort ............................... 1 keep peace .................................... 5 check welfare .............................. 12 911 hangnp ................................. 48 misdemeanor arrest ..................... 2 restraining order violation .......... 1 abandoned vehicle .................. ......5: unsecured building ...................... 3 unattended death ......................... 1 Motor vehicle accident reports: June 26, 8:21 a.m.: Lauralyn Hutchin- son, 57, Meriden, was driving her car into a parking lot along Palmberg Street in Meriden when she bumped the pole which holds up the overhang in front of the post office. The top of the pole wasn't bolted on and the bottom of the post was rusted off, causing the pole to fall through the window of the post office. July 1, 6:56 p.m.: Timothy Defrees Jr., 38, McLouth, was backing his vehicle out of a salvage yard al6ng the 15500 block of K-16 Highway when he did not see a parked car owned by Michae] T. Robbins, Oskaloosa, and struck Robbins' driver's side front headlight and grill. July 2, 8:30 a.m.: Crystal M. Stohs, 25, Atchison, was driving her vehicle on K-192 Highway near milepost 5 when she swerved to miss a deer, went off the shoulder into the ditch and hit a culvert. She was uninjured. July 2, 11:21 p.m.: Carlos Hernan- dez, 17, McLoutli, was driving a vehicle southbound on K-92 Highway near 106th Street when he swerved to miss a deer, left the roadway and came to rest in the west ditch. There were no injuries. Cita- .tions were given for possession of stolen property, no proof of insurance and driving without a vali dlicense. July 4, 9 p.m.:A vehicle owned by Gary A. Martin, Lawrence, was parked at the Lake PerryYacht Club when an unknown vehicle struck it and damaged the driver's side door. July 6, 5:25 p.m.: Datdel Hypse, 49, Ozawkie, was backing his vehicle out of his driveway along Crescent Rim Drive in Ozawkie when he struck a parked vehicle owned by Jeanette Brack, Iawrence. July 8, 1:15 p.m.: Walter H. Page, 86, Winchester, was driving his vehicle at the junction of Hickory Point Road and US-59 Highway when he pulled out from a stop sign and hit a vehicle driven by Jennifer A. Cotto, 30, Nortonville, in the right rear, which caused Cotto's vehicle to spin across the center line. Page then left the scene. July 8, 2:40 p.m.: Douglas Kelley, 45, Oskaloosa, was driving a King's Construc- tion vehicle hauling bricks along the 2700 block of US-59 Highway when some fell out of the bed of the dump truck and hit three other southbound vehicles driven by Merridee Elston, 38, Oskaloosa, Melynda M. Swoyer, 48, Winchester, and Michelle J. Chronister, 42, Lawrence. The following drivers recently struck deer on county roadways: Heal Larsen, 49, Topeka; Samatha Bowman, 42, Lawrence; and Donald Tet: zlaff, 73, Olathe. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF OSKALOOSA Bible Study ................................... 10 a.m. Worship Services .............. 11 a.m./6 p.m. Home Study Group, Wed ............... 7 p.m. Paul A. Reed, Pastor, 863-2328 I VALLEY MINI-STORAGE [ Space Available I 876-2606 or 945-62487 r-v[Cmll power compo00n00 C00II c00ble" cmP00n00/ Co.II ' pos00 o++ice 78B-00+-ZBZO +, .o+ Professional Directory DR. PAUL KINCAID Practice of Chiropractic Hours: 9 a,m, - 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9 a.m, to n00n-Thurs & Sat. linic [ Jeannette Holland, O.D. Heath Holland, O.D. / / US Hw'/59 P.O. 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Before the vote, City Attorney Gary Nafziger said the appeal would go through the beard of appeals and after the appeals beard had made a decision, that decision could be appealed within 30 days to the district court. He noted that the three appellants had not paid the $15 filing fee. Nafziger told council members that they could go ahead and negotiate a lease agreement with Tenpenny for the land. Tenpenny told the council he had tried to play the game and, "I'm tired of sitting around letting three or four people run the whole show." After Ten- penny's remarks, the council approved the sale in a 4 to 1 vote. Several Jefferson County students spent the week enrolling at Emporia State College. They included Leo D. Crowell and David K. Hill, Meriden; Susan Gunselman, Oskaloosa; Karen L. Robinson, McLouth; Charles W. Craig and Jackie L. Edwards, Meriden; Susan D. Roiling, Oskaloosa. Hoyt won the Valley Falls Pee Wee Invitational Baseball Tournament for the second year with a 30-29 win over McLouth. In the consolation game, Grantville beat Oskaloosa 31-30. The sportsmanship trophywent to Ozawkie. Jim Frommer managed the tournament which was sponsored by the Valley Falls Lions Club. 25 years ago, July 19, 1984... To honor Dr. F.W. Hasten for his 50 years of service to the peopleofJefferson County, two Jefferson County Hospital employees were organizing a two-day celebration in Winchester. Gary Fowler and Glenda Thompson were putting the final touches on plans for "Dr. EW. Huston Days." Huston, 77, had been practicing medicine in Winchester since 1934 and was still working at the hospital and the geriatric center. Huston delivered between 4,000 and 5,000 babies in his 50 years of practice. As part of the celebration, Fowler and Thompson were encouraging people who had been delivered by Huston to assemble for an aerial photograph at the Jefferson County North High School football field. The group was to form the number 50 on. the field. ......... Alongwith the photograph, organiz- ers planned a parade, a barbeque and an tion fim Kansas Governor John Carlin and the Kansas State Medical Society. Friends of the late Margaret LaM- ont, Nortonville, published a book of her collected her poems and other writings. The 157-page book, "Margaret's Mes- sage," was printed by the Rev. Keith Shrum, former pastor of the NortonviUe Christian Church: Sketches of LaMont's life in the book were written by Rov. Paul Osborn, for- mer pastor of the Seventh Day Baptist Church, Reba Wheeler and Juanita Wheeler. The book was available at the Nortonville Pharmacy or from Pastor Edgar Wheeler at t.he Seventh Day Baptist Church. 15 years ago, July 21, 1994... A Jefferson County medical first respender team complained to county commissioners that they were not being dispatched to nearby emergencies. The issue was brought up by members of the Delaware Township fire and rescue team. The same complaint had been voiced in the past by the volunteer unit from Kaw Township. '%Ve're just there to help but we are hardly ever paged," Delaware Town- ship Fire Chief.John Gordon told the council. Gordon was accompanied by the Rev. Jon Boyd, president of the rescue personnel, and Mark McMillian, a fire board member. The three explained that there was a hitch in the county's dispatch system that was failing to notify them of emergencies in the Delaware Township area. Gordon said the first responder unit could reach an accident scene in under 10 minutes in most cases, half the time it took the county ambulance to get there; He cited a recent example of a person who suf- fered a broken neck to emphasize the importance of time. A demolition crew was expected to begin demolishing three buildings on the west side of the Oskaloosa sciuare. The buildings - Grinter's Jewelry, the old Swoyer Law office and a former doctor's office- were to be razed to make room for an expansion project by the Oskaloosa State Bank. What appeared to be the final hurdle in bringing the buildings down was cleared the previous week when the county and the city learned that the preservation officer for the Kansas State Historical Societywas not goingto make comment on the demolition proj- ect. The project was in question when the city issued the demolition permits without notifying the state historical society. Law required the society to be notified when demolition was planned for any building within 500 feet of any site on the state historical register. Dealer-Increase power and fuel mileage on Diesel Pickups Gooseneck and RV Hitches McLOUTH 00MEDICAL CLINIC L. 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