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P. 8 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT District court-- Traffic: Joshua Doyle Hahn, driving while license cancelled/suspended/ revoked, guilty, six months in jail (credited time 10 days), $100 fine and $508 in costs; unlawful acts (registration), dismissed. Matthew Charles Hart, driv- ing under the influence (fourth or subsequent conviction), amended to driving under the influence (third conviction in 10 years), guilty, 90 days in jail (work release), $1,750 fine and $228 in costs; driving while license suspended (second or subse- quent conviction), dismissed. Jasmine Marie Meyer, unlawful acts (registration), guilty, $75 fine and $108 in costs. Deborah J. Lewis, vehicle liabil- ity insurance required, dismissed. Bryce William Frakes, vehicle liability insurance required, dis- missed. Asa Charles Kuenzi, failure to wear seat belt, guilty, $30 fine. Jesse Wyatt Kern, failure to wear seat belt, guilty, $30 fine. Roger Leroy Cook, 81 mph/65 mph zone, guilty, $81 fine and $108 in costs. Casey Lee Kirkham, 80 mph/65 mph zone, guilty, $75 fine and $108 in costs. Brett Clark Lund, 93 mph/65 mph zone, guilty, $177 fine and $108 in costs; vehicle liability insurance required, dismissed. David Marshall Barkes, flashing traffic signals, guilty, $75 fine and $108 in costs. Michael J. O'Hare, 82 mph/65 mph zone, guilty, $87 fine and $108 in costs. Kristi S. Gentry, 82 mph/65 mph zone, guilty, $87 fine and $108 in costs. Kelly Daniel Crawford, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol, guilty. Fish & Game: Madeline Clare Backus, miscel- laneous wildlife violations, placed on diversion with $50 fine and $108 in costs. Limited Civil-- Filed: University of Kansas Physi- cians Inc. vs. Emma Sorensen, debt collection in the amount of $734.10 plus accrued interest, pre- and post- judgment interest, service fee and court costs. Synchrony Bank vs. Stacie Wes- termann, debt collection in the amount of $536.70 plus interest and court costs. Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. vs. Marjorie L. Tobin, debt collec- tion in the amount of $2,322.43 plus court costs. Midland Funding LLC vs. Te- lakye Wood, debt collection in the amount of $2,574.97 plus costs. Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Timothy Tavis, debt collec- tion in the amount of $1,560.18 plus post-judgment interest and costs. Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Skye Wilkins, debt collec- tion in the amount of $2,241.46 plus post-judgment interest and costs. Dispositions: Valley Falls LLC vs. Amanda L. Bond, plaintiffseekingjudgment in the amount of $856 plus pre- and post-judgment interest and costs; plaintiffawarded $785 plus pre- and post-judgment interest and court costs. East Topeka Dental Associates, P.A. vs. Joseph Burch and Alicia Burch, debt collection in the amount of $220.65 plus accrued interest, pre- and post-judgment interest and costs; granted. Genesis Health Clubs Inc. vs. Luis F. Perez Jr plaintiff seek- ing judgment in the amount of $1,182.76 plus pre- and post-judg- ment interest, attorney fees, docket fees and costs; granted. Genesis Health Clubs Inc. vs. Ana E. Altman, plaintiff seeking judgment in the amount of $904.48 plus pre- and. post-judgment inter- est, attorney fees, docket fees and costs; granted. Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. vs. Tamara Postma, plaintiff seek- ing judgment in the amount of $4,701.61 plus court costs; dis- missal. Civil-- Filed: Adra Burks vs. Ralph G. Bailey dba Bailey's Backhoe, debt collec- tion in the amount of $1,991.57 plus costs (see "Dispositions" below). Dispositions: Adra Burks vs. Ralph G. Bailey dba Bailey's Backhoe, debt collec- tion in the amount of $1,991.57 plus costs; plaintiff awarded $2,056.79 plus costs and any accrued inter- est. Cynthia A. Miller and The Cyn- thia A. Miller Revocable Living Trust vs. Miller Bros. Farms Inc Northeast Kansas Harvest Center LLC, Paul Miller & Sons Farms Inc Theodore J. Miller and James A. Miller, petition for damages, tem- porary injunction and permanent injunction; order of dismissal with prejudice. Domestic-- Filed: Jessica Dannielle Franzeen vs. Matthew Franzeen, petition for divorce. Dispositions: State vs. Jacob A. Roth and Joshua E. Gorski, petition to de- termine paternity; journal entry of paternity (Jacob A. Roth dismissed as respondent). State vs. Jessica Y. Greenberg, petition for support; journal entry of judgment by default for support. Criminal--- Filed: State vs. Jordan Lee Thornton, Oskaloosa, misdemeanor theft. State vs. Mitchell T. Guthrie, Oskaloosa, aggravated domestic battery. State vs. Clayton Libel, Win- chester, interference with law en- forcement. State vs. Tamara Lynn Koivu, Ozawkie, felony criminal damage to property, failure to stop and re- main at scene of an injury accident, criminal trespass, and no proof of insurance. State vs. Michael J. Lash, Oska- loosa, driving while license suspend- ed (third or subsequent offense), driving while declared a habitual violator, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. State vs. Daniel J. Dashnaw, Leavenworth, possession with in- tent to distribute methamphet- amine, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Dispositions: Lucas D. Skaggs Jr misdemean- or theft by deception, guilty, $100 in restitution and $158 in costs. Nathan A. Beech, violate protec- tion order, guilty. (Editor's note:An entry nearly iden- tical to the one below appeared in last week's paper, but it was missing the legal reference associated with the original charge. That reference is included here.) Michelle Lynn Gonzales, ag- gravated battery (21.5413.b.l.A), amended to aggravated battery (21.5413.b.l.C), guilty, 24 months in prison (24 months' probation granted) and $193 in court costs; criminal threat, dismissed; criminal restraint, dismissed. Marriage licenses-- Zebulon R. Kissinger, 28, McLouth, and Rebecca L. Doctor, 25, Linwood. Daniel E. Stevens, 59, Tonganoxie, and Paula R. Green, 49, Tonganoxie. Register of deeds--- TD: First National Bank of Omaha (as successor trustee by merger to First National Bank of Kansas, trustee under The Denise L. Curtis Irrevocable Trust) to Denise L. Curtis, the South 30 acres of the Wl/2 of the NW1/4 of 31-10-19. WD: Shivaun M. Knetsch-Hick- man to Taylor J. Woodard, Lot 1, Shirley Addition to the Village of Grantville. QC: Taylor J. Woodard et ux to Taylor J. Woodard et ux, Lot 1, Shirley Addition to the Village of Grantville. WD: The City of Valley Falls to Craig Thomas Meyer et al, Lot 1, Block 2, Final Plat of Barnes Sub- division No. 3, a replat of Block 2, Barnes Subdivision in the City of Valley Falls. WD: Christopher L. Biester et ux to Russell A. Siegrist et ux, a parcel of land in the NE1/4 of 9-8-17: WD: Kristen Brown et vir to Travis M. Hicks, Lot 15, Block L, Lake Shore Estates, a subdivision. QC: Ryan Rush to Jacquelyn C. Rush, Lot 13, Block 1, Welter Estates Subdivision in the City of Perry. WD: Jacquelyn C. Rush to Mi- chael V. Lueb aka Michael Lueb, Lot 13, Block 1,Welter Estates Subdivi- sion in the City of Perry. WD: David A. Welty et ux to Welty Farms LLC, all that part of Lot 4 of the NWl/4 of 2-10-18, Dela- ware Trust Lands, lying South and West of the public road, all that part of Lot 5 of the NWl/4 of 2-10-18, Delaware Trust Lands, lying South and West of the public road, and Lot 1 in the NE1/4 of 3-10-18, Delaware Trust Lands. QC: Gene R. Ward et ux to Scott L.Ward Sr trustee of The Gene and Dorothy Ward Irrevocable Trust, the E1/2 of the SWl/4 of 16-10-20, with exceptions. WD: Joshua N. Bickel et ux to Jody Kirkwood et al, Lot 5 in Prairie Bend Estates No. 2, a subdivision in the City of Meriden. WD: J. Brown LLC to John M. Swoyer et al, the South 95 acres of the SE1/4 of 1-8-19, with an excep- tion. WD: Thelma Hubbard et al to John Bichelmeyer et al, the S1/2 of Lots 7, 8 and 9, in Block "I', Academy Addition to the City of Winchester. James McElroy, all that p'art of'the $1/2 of the SE1/4 of 28-10-19 lying South of the County Road. WD: Diane L. Brunner to Wayne Allen Pritchard, a tract of land in Lot 5 in the NWl/4 of 32-11-19. WD: Cheryl L. Delcour to Chris- topher Doyle Thompson et ux, a tract of land in the SE1/4 of 13-11-16 (described). Sheriff's reports-- The following incident and acci- dent reports are the latest released by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. Please keep in mind that the date an incident is reported may differ considerably from the date the incident actually occurred. Aug. 9: Officers received at 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report of a theft. Aug. 9: Officers responded to a report of criminal damage t prop- erty in the 4600 block of 81st Street, rural Meriden. Aug. 9: Officers responded to a report of criminal damage to property in the 400 block of Spruce Street, Winchester. Aug. 10: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the 10700 block of Perry Park Drive, rural Perry. Aug. 11: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the 5900 block of 35th Street, rural Grant- ville. Aug. 11: Officers responded to a report of a burglary in the 1100 block of Walnut Street, Valley Falls. Aug. 11: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 5000 block of 62nd Street, rural Meriden. Aug. 11: Officers responded to a report of forgery/fraud in the 6100 block of Evergreen Drive, rural Meriden. Aug. 12: Officers received at 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report of forgery/fraud. Aug. 12: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in Slough Creek Park at Perry Lake. Aug. 12: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 100 block of East Lake Street, McLouth. Aug. 13: Officers recovered lost or stolen property at K-92 and Fer- guson Road, rural Ozawkie. Aug. 13: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 500 block of Second Street, Winchester. Aug. 13: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 12300 block of K-4 Highway, rural Ozawkie. Aug. 13: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 3500 block of US-24 Highway, rural Grantville. Aug. 13: Officers responded to a report of criminal damage to property in the 200 block of South Palmberg Street, Meriden. Aug. 13: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 10300 block of 74th Street, rural Oskaloosa. July 18, 8 p.m.: The parking lot at Casey's General Store in Oskaloosa was the scene of an accident involv- ing a 2000 GMC 3500 driven by Donavon K. McCleary, 52, Oskaloosa, and a 2008 Toyota 4Runner owned Familiar Faces at the Valley Falls ,ctice HOURS: Mon: 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tue: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wed: 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thu: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat: 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. We accept new patients. Oskaloosa Animal Clinic Assistance Iospital Care and Visits -Office Emergent Care lacerations, etc.) f surrounding hospitals. 26-36-ffC by Ted M. Metcalf II, Waterville. The report said McCleary backed into the sport utility vehicle. Damage to the 4Runner was confined to the right side of the front end, damage to the GMC 3500 to the middle portion of the back end. July 21, 5:20 p.m.: There was an accident along Coal Creek Road roughly a third of a mile north of 170th Street involving a 2005 Chev- rolet Malibu driven by Rachel B. Woodgate, 17, Valley Falls. She told the investigating officer that while she was attempting to negotiate a curve, she overcorrected, which caused the southbound car to leave the road and enter a bean field. Lucas J. Masters, 17, Tonganoxie, was riding with Woodgate. The front end, hood and undercarriage of the Malibu sustained damage. July 23, 6:13 p.m.: US-24 was the scene of an accident involving a 1999 Volkswagen Bug driven by Alicia R. Clarke, 16, Ozawkie. She told the investigating officer that she heard a sound coming from the front of the car and looked back to see what had happened, which caused the east- bound vehicle to drift into the inside lane. She then overcorrected, causing the car to veer to the right and go offthe highway, where it struck and damaged a speed limit sign. The rear portion of the Bug's right side, the middle portion of its back end and the lei front comer of the car were damaged. Location -- a quarter of a mile west Of K-237. liams, 16, Meriden, the driver of a 2008 Chevrolet Impala, was head- ing south on South Owen Street in Meriden when an animal suddenly appeared before her, prompting her to swerve to the left in an effort to avoid it. In so doing, however, she hit the stop sign on East Palmer Street. There was one passenger in the car, Gabrielle M. Overstreet, 17, Ozawkie. Damage to the Impala was limited to the left side of the front .end. July 25, 1:45 p.m.: A 2013 Chev- rolet Cruze driven by Jessica R. Mar- tin, 23, Tonganoxie, and a 2015 Ford F-450 driven by David L. Owens, 52, Blue Springs, Mo were involved in a collision on K-16 three-tenths of a mile east of Rawlins Road. According to the report, Martin, who was going west, crossed the center line and hit the back end of the pickup. Most of the pickup's left side sustained damage. The entire left side of the Cruze, most of its front end and the hood of the car were damaged.A tow truck was dispatched to the scene to remove the vehicle. July 28, 5 a.m.: A fence owned by Lakeside Village Improvement District was damaged as a result of an accident involving a 2003 Honda Accord driven by Corey D. Brown, 19, Ozawkie. The report said Brown was traveling south on Wildflower Trail when the car left the gravel road and went through the fence. He told the investigating officer that he swerved to miss a deer, but there were no marks to indicate that he had swerved. Instead, according to the report, it appeared that the Ac- cord had slowly veered to the left in exiting the road and subsequently striking the fence. Later, the report continued, Brown admitted that he had smoked some marijuana prior to the accident. Most of the Accord's left side, the left side of its front end and the hood of the car sustained damage. Location -- about 65 feet south of Delaware Trail. July 29, 11:35 p.m.: Blair J. Bah- ret, 30, McLouth, was moving north along Wellman Road in a 2001 Nis- san Xterra when a deer came onto the road from his right and collided with the sport utility vehicle a mile south of 37th Street. There was one passenger in the SUV, Veronica Bahret, 29, McLouth. Damage to the Xterra was limited to the front end. July 30, 5:45 a.m.: Emilee K. McInroy, 30, Oskaloosa, was going south on US-59 in a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe when she hit a deer a mile north of US-24. Damage to the sport utility vehicle was limited to the middle portion of the front end. Aug. 2, 9:50 a.m.: There was an accident on K-16 involving a Cater- pillar skid loader being operated by Ellis B. Shackleford, 49, Lawrence, and a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado owned by the Kansas Department of Transportation. The report said Shackleford backed into the pickup, which was unoccupied at the time. Damage to the pickup was confined to the right rear corner. There was no damage to the skid loader. Loca- tion -- about 20 feet.west of Osage Road. Aug. 3, 1:10 p.m.: Stephan L. Gamble, 21, Perry, escaped injury when the 2000 Ford Focus he was driving went off Ferguson Road roughly 200 feetnorth of 66th Street and overturned. According to the report, the southbound car veered to the right in leaving the road, then returned to the road and almost collided with another vehicle, then swerved and left the road a second time before entering the west ditch. The vehicle then made contact with a hill and that caused it to roll over. The Focus was damaged from top to bottom and end to end. A tow truck was dispatched to the scene to re- move the car. Aug. 3, 5 p.m.: Karen E. Weishaar, 55, Nortonville, the driver of a 2006 GMC Yukon, and Jody L. Allen, 30, Meriden, the driver of a 2010 Honda Odyssey, suffered possible injuries as a result of a three-vehicle accident at the intersection of US-59 and 198th Street. According to the report, Weishaar, headed north on US-59, was in the process of stopping so she could turn left onto 198th when the sport utility vehicle was struck from behind by the van. The van then entered the southbound lane and col- lided with a 2012 Buick Regal driven by Riley M. Lortscher, 26, Manhat- tan. Riding with her was Gall S. Lortscher, 60, Manhattan. The van came to rest in the intersection, the SUV partway onto the highway, and the car in the west ditch. The back end and far rear portions of both sides of the SUV sustained damage. Damage to the van was limited to the middle portion of the front end and the hood. The right side of the car's front end and the front portion of its right side were damaged. All three scene. Officers also responded to the following calls for service. Abandoned vehicle, 2; alarm, 3; animal call, 9; check welfare, 8; citizen assist, 13; domestic distur- bance, 1; drunk driver, 2; funeral escort, 1; juvenile call, 4; motor- ist assist, 1; restraining order violation, 1; suspicious activity, 12; traffic problem, 9; unsecured building, 2; vehicle check, 13; 911 hang-up, 3. Jail bookings-- Aug. 10, 10:15 a.m.: Robert Gatewood, 46, driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked. Aug. 11, 4:29 p.m.: John Mills, 54, boating under the influence, $500 bond. Aug. 11, 9:40 p.m.: Kelly Craw- ford, 51, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, $1,000 bond. Aug. 11, 9:41 p.m.: Michael Lewis, 49, boating under the influ- ence, $500 bond. Aug. 11, 10:50 p.m.: John Brad- ley, 57, boating under the influ- ence. Aug. 12, 12:45 a.m.: Jennifer Weishaar, 37, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, $1,000 bond. Aug. 13, 9:19 p.m.: Daniel Gor- ski, 32, sexual exploitation of a child, $20,000 bond. Aug. 14, 10:55 p.m.: Todd Gouge, 46, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, $3,000 bond. Fire, Agency & 911 reports-- Aug. 2: Burn permits issued -- 4; Kentucky Fire, convulsions/sei- zures, 227 Linden Cir Perry; Rock Creek Fire, traumatic injury, 311 S. Maple, Meriden; Fairview Fire, abdominal pain/problems, 9928 Delaware Trl Ozawkie; Oskaloosa Fire, juvenile call, 14346 ll0th St Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, sick per- son, 10721 McCall Dr Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, breathing problems, 505 Park, Oskaloosa; Wildlife and Parks, vehicle check (no occupants), 86th St./Ferguson Rd Oskaloosa. Aug. 3: Kentucky Fire, cardiac arrest, 12617 46th St Oskaloosa; Kentucky Fire, unconscious/faint- ing subject, 10772 Perry Park Dr Perry; Rock Creek Fire, vehicle fire, 134th St./Sherman Rd Valley Falls; Fairview Fire, convulsions/ seizures, 7661 Rising Sun Trl Ozawkie; Oskaloosa Fire, chest pain (non-traumatic), 504 Cherokee, Oskaloosa; Union Fire, breathing problems, 25276 McIntyre Rd McLouth (Leavenworth County); Jefferson Fire, injury accident, US- 59/198th St Nortonville; District Wildlife and Parks, code enforce- ment, 6 Mulberry Grv. (Perry State Park), Meriden; Kansas Highway Patrol, non-injury accident, 3536 US-24 Hwy Grantville. Aug. 4: Burn permits issued -- 2; Kaw Fire, citizen assist, 3028 Detlor Rd Grantville; Kaw Fire, injury ac- cident, 74th St./Clark Rd Meriden; Kaw Fire, abdominal pain/prob- lems, 5233 Decatur Rd Meriden; Sarcoxie Fire, special event/meet- ing, 701 S. Home, McLouth; Rock Creek Fire, injury accident, 74th St./Clark Rd Meriden; Union Fire, special event]meeting, 701 S. Home, McLouth; Union Fire, citizen assist, 205 Memory Ln McLouth; Jeffer- son Fire, special event]meeting, 701 S. Home, McLouth; District 11 Fire, fall, 14910 Blue Mound Rd Valley Falls; Wildlife and Parks, code en- forcement, 6 Mulberry Grv. (Perry State Park), Meriden; Wildlife and Parks, check welfare, 6 Mulberry Grv. (Perry State Park), Meriden. Aug. 5: Kentucky Fire, drown- ing/diving/scuba accident, 5481 Ferguson Rd. (Perry Lake) Perry; Rock Creek Fire, vehicle fire, 134th St./Sherman Rd Valley Falls; Rock Creek Fire, back pain (non-traumat- ic), 12490 Platte Rd Valley Falls; Fairview Fire, drowning/diving/ scuba accident, 5481 Ferguson Rd. (Perry Lake), Perry; Oskaloosa Fire, grass/brush fire, 12756 74th St Oskaloosa; Jefferson Fire, cardiac arrest, 408 Delaware, Winchester; Jefferson Fire, fall, 416 Delaware, Winchester; Corps of Engineers, drowning/diving/scuba accident, 5481 Ferguson Rd. (Perry Lake), Perry; Corps of Engineers, stall/ adrift vessel, 10 South Point Loop (Perry Lake), Perry; Wildlife and Parks, traffic stop, 50th St./West Lake Rd Meriden; Wildlife and Parks, traffic stop, K-237/Rock Creek Rd Meriden; Wildlife and Parks, drowning/diving/scuba ac- cident, 5481 Ferguson Rd. (Perry Lake), Perry; Wildlife and Parks, disturbance, 6 Lakeview (Perry State Park), Meriden; Wildlife and Parks, traffic problem, 6 Mulberry Grv. (Perry State Park), Meriden; Kansas Highway Patrol, non-injury accident, US-24/Thompsonville Rd Perry. Aug. 6: Burn permits issued -- 2; Kaw Fire, unknown problem/ man down, 2115 Lincoln, Grant- ville; Rock Creek Fire, convulsions/ seizures, 410 Prairie Bend Ct Meriden; Ozawkie Fire, convul- sions/seizures, 509 Delaware Dr Ozawkie; Oskaloosa Fire, uncon- scious/fainting subject, 10152 US-59 Hwy Oskaloosa; Kansas Highway Patrol, burglary, 12680 54th St Oskaloosa. Aug. 7: Burn permits issued -- 4; Oskaloosa Fire, unconscious/ fainting subject, 506 Cherokee, Os- kaloosa; Jefferson Fire, injury acci- dent, US-59/190th St Nortonville; Jefferson Fire, citizen assist, 14660 Thomas Rd Winchester; Norton Fire, injury accident, US-59/190th St Nortonville; Wildlife and Parks, assist other agency, US-24/Detlor Rd Grantville. Aug. 8: Kaw Fire, diabetic prob- lems, 3028 Detlor Rd Grantville; Kaw Fire, house fire, 2620 N.E. Calhoun Bluff Rd Topeka (Shaw- nee County); Kaw Fire, special event/meeting, 2624 39th St To- peka; Kentucky Fire, allergies (re- actions), 702 Elm, Perry; Ozawkie Fire, sick person, 10816 Arabian, Ozawkie; Oskaloosa Fire, chest pain (non-traumatic), 807 Union, Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, carbon monoxide detector, 10721 McCall Dr Oskaloosa; Union Fire, all haz- ards/chemical spill, 310 E. Lake, McLouth; Jefferson Fire, carbon monoxide detector, 10721 McCall Dr Oskaloosa; Jefferson Fire, citi- zen assist, 14660 Thomas Rd Win- chester; Emergency Management, all hazards/chemical spill, 310 E. Lake, McLouth. Dispatchers handled the follow- ing phone calls: 911 calls, 22; 911 wireless calls, 120; sheriff's calls, 455; non- emergency sheriff's calls, 74; fire calls, 40; administrative calls, 163; control burn calls, 19; total calls answered, 893, calls dis- patched over radio, 318. 11 Fire, sick person, 8200 126th St Valley Falls;District 11 Fire, vehicle ])eadline--t0r fire, 134th St./Sherman Rd Valley Falls; District 11 Fire, drunk/drunk driver, 315 Broadway, Valley Falls; Norton Fire, grass/brush fire, 206th St./N. Osage St Nortonville; Norton Fire, injury accident, US-59/198th St Nortonville; Corps of Engineers, 911 call/hang-up, 13 South Point of Engineers, unconscious/fainting subject, 10772 Perry Park Dr Perry; Call 785-863-2520 or e-mail independent@centurylink. net to advertise in the Independent Professional Directory. A 16-week commitment is requested. Town & Countrg 1 j ~. 7~5-s63-3322 I JOy E. 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