Tigers at the Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita play with a snowman on Wednesday. Lady Stetson perfume was sprayed on the snowman to entice them to play. JAIME GREEN/WICHITA EAGLE
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Roberts outraises primary opponent TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts raised more than twice as much money as his Republican primary challenger during the last three months of 2013, and contributions from political action committees were a key reason, campaign finance reports show. The three-term incumbent’s advantage with PACs led GOP rival Dr. Milton Wolf ’s campaign to label him “PAC-Man Pat” in the headline of a statement Sen. Pat Roberts We d n e s day. A Roberts spokesman described Wolf ’s fundraising as “paltry.” Roberts’ re-election campaign said in its most recent finance report that it received net contributions of $613,912 from Oct. 1 through Dec. 31. Wolf ’s latest report showed net contributions of $238,031 and disclosed that the challenger loaned his campaign an additional $30,000. But Roberts’ re-election campaign disclosed receiving $291,963 from non-party See ROBERTS | Page A5
ACC delivers Valentines in person Allen Community College music students are preparing to sing their hearts out for local sweethearts this Valentine’s Day. They are offering live Valentine deliveries on Feb. 13 and Feb. 14 for $25. The delivery includes a rose, a box of candy and Ted Clous a personalized card. For those with a long-distance sweetheart, they provide phone deliveries for $10. To save 10 percent on an order, contact the music department at 365-5116 by Feb. 7. Valentines will be delivered anywhere withing a 20-minute drive, including Humboldt and Moran.
The Growing Place ready in any conditions
Kansas digs out from snow By JOHN HANNA The Iola Register
Center finds ways to beat the weather By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register
At top, Cassidy Friend, left, Paige Marvin and Sydnea Bumstead dance to music in a classroom at Growing Place Wednesday afternoon. They are part of the school age program at the center. Above, Tina Cady-Friend is the director of Growing Place. REGISTER/
HUMBOLDT — Murals of butterflies and flowers line the bright hallway at Growing Place Child Care Center in Humboldt. On Wednesday afternoon it was fairly quiet and peaceful. Nap time for the youngsters. Despite the snow and school cancellations this week, Growing Place stayed open for the children. “Our biggest concern is having the kids come in safely,” said Tina Cady-Friend, director of Growing Place. “The hardest part is being able to staff accordingly. We don’t want to chance the staff coming in if we don’t have the numbers.” On a daily basis Growing Place, a not-for-profit, state-licensed childcare center and preschool, has anywhere from 55 to 60 children. On snow days the numbers are hit-or-miss. “During days like this we have lower numbers because the See GROWING | Page A5
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas dug out Wednesday after a thick blanket of snow closed schools and shut down state government for a second consecutive day, making streets and highways slick and forcing hundreds of homeless people to seek shelter. The storm had dumped more than a foot of snow in some parts of northern Kansas, including the capital of Topeka. The Highway Patrol linked the weather to highway crashes Tuesday in southeast and southcentral Kansas that killed a total of three people.
We are out of room. — Barry Feaker, Topeka Rescue Mission
Teams went out Tuesday and Wednesday in Topeka to coax “hardcore outdoors folks” to come inside, said Barry Feaker, executive director of the Topeka Rescue Mission. Then 308 homeless people sought refuge at the shelter, Feaker said. “We are out of room,” he said, adding that the facility could add more cots with the city’s permission. Some mentally ill residents who don’t like being around others could be See SNOW | Page A5
Keeping your critters safe from the cold By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register
Pets often are like one of the family, and when it comes to their care during severe winter weather that’s the way they should be treated, said Dr. Darrell Monfort at Red Barn Veterinary Clinic. “They need to be fed and watered, kept dry and be able to stay in as warm a place as possible,” Monfort said. They also have human traits in that winter weather is harder on older pets and the very young, said Dr. Leann Flowers, also of Red Barn. “If they’re healthy and body weight is maintained, they usually can avoid problems,” Monfort said. “It’s not something that can be done overnight. You have to prepare them ahead of time. “You want them to have good coats,” which comes from being healthy, he said. “If a dog, or cat, has a thin coat, it’s hard for them to ward off the cold.”
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Diet is a part of the equation. “An animal that’s too thin can have problems, while ones that may be a little too heavy can fair better,” Monfort observed. Food and water take on added importance when a pet has to deal with cold weather. “They need more food to generate body heat,” he said, as well as water to keep them hydrated. “Every farmer knows that he has to feed Dr. Leann Flowers and a house cat at Red Barn Veterinary Clinic. more hay when REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON weather turns said owners should remem“Then, you need to be carecold,” to pro- ber it may be drafty at floor- ful,” Flowers said. “When it vide fuel for a level. refreezes it can have jagged Dr. Darrell cow’s internal “It’s also important to keep edges that will cut an aniMonfort furnace, Mon- pets dry,” she said, especially mal’s feet.” fort said. “It’s after they’ve been outdoors. Monfort also noted it’s a also impor- “Being wet can really chill an good idea to wipe off a pet’s tant for horses to be fed hay, animal.” feet. rather than grain, when it’s The pads on animals’ feet “Ice-melt probably won’t cold. The hay cycles through have enough insulation for hurt them, but some people a horse slower and provides them to go outdoors without use fertilizer to melt ice, more body heat.” concern of frostbite or dam- which contains insecticide. age, until snow and ice starts See ANIMALS | Page A5 INDOOR PETS have an to melt. advantage, although Flowers
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Obituary Carole Kenworthy Carole Ann (Shanahan) Kenworthy was born Nov. 4, 1943, to Eugene and Ruby Joy Shanahan. She was welcomed to heaven on Jan. 31, 2014. Carole graduated from Iola High School and went on to Bethel School of Nursing, where she received her BSN in 1966. She married George C. Kenworthy, Axtell, on Nov. 4, 1966. They later divorced. They made their home in Axtell raising four daughters, Rebecca (Dale) Moats, Kalispell, Mont., Sheila (Martin) Volle, Summerfield, Renee (Frank) Critser, Auburn, Neb., and Conni Fralin, Beatrice, Neb.Â Carole enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren Leon, Christina, Joseph, Loriann, and George Volle, Justin (JJ) Critser, Wade and Cheyanne Fralin, and Cody Moats. She leaves behind her daughters, son-in-laws, grandchildren, and her brother, Scott (Candie) Shanahan, Paola, and her sister, Jill (Harold) Hoffman, Gas. She was cremated. Visitation was Sunday. Memorial services were Monday. Burial will be later. She meets her parents and numerous relatives at heavenâ€™s gate. A memorial fund will be determined later. Online condolences may be left for the family at www. popkessmortuaries.com.
Sr. potluck Saturday The senior monthly potluck dinner will be at 5 p.m. on Saturday at 204 N. Jefferson. The entree will be fried chicken. Bring a covered dish or a dona-
tion for food and music. Del Shields will provide entertainment. Cancellation will be announced on the radio Saturday morning if needed.
Four helped save art during WWII WASHINGTON (MCT) â€” The men and women who were part of the Monuments Men during World War II were already established in their careers as art curators, museum administrators, conservationists and painters when they joined up. Upon returning to the states, they quietly resumed their professions and many went on to distinguished careers. Among them were: Lt. George Stout â€” An art conservationist at Harvard Universityâ€™s Fogg Museum, Stout, played by George Clooney in the film, was, at 47, a central figure in the creation of the Monuments Men. Following the war, he had a lengthy career in museum conservation. Stout was director of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston from 1955 until 1970. He died in 1978. Lt. James Rorimer â€” The character played by Matt Damon was already a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City when he became a Monuments Man. He was a specialist in medieval art and helped found the Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan that houses its medieval art collection. Rorimer was based in Paris for much of the war, where he worked closely with Capt. Rose Valland at the Jeu de Paume muse-
um during the German occupation to trace the looted Nazi art. Rorimer returned to the Met after the war and became director in 1955. He was an important figure in the museum world and an adviser to Fort Worthâ€™s Kimbell Museum of Art. He died of a heart attack in 1966. Maj. Laurence Sickman â€” Sickman played a vital role in arts preservation in the Pacific Theater of World War II. He had been an Oriental art curator at the Nelson Gallery in Kansas City. By the end of the war, he was an art preservation adviser in Gen. Douglas MacArthurâ€™s headquarters in Japan. When he returned to the Nelson after the war, Sickman became its director in 1953 and built up the Asian art collection for which the museum, now known as the NelsonAtkins Museum of Art, is known. He retired in 1977 and died in 1988. Lt. Sherman Lee â€” Lee was also an Asian art scholar who served in the Navy in the Pacific and helped preserve art as a Monuments Man based in Japan. He was honored with several prizes of recognition from the Japanese government and was awarded Franceâ€™s Legion of Honor after the war. Lee taught at the University of Washington from 1948 to 1952 and was associate director at the Seattle Art Museum.
Corrections In Tuesdayâ€™s Register, the phone number for the Iola branch of the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas was incorrect. The actual number for preventative health screenings is 380-6600. The Register regrets the error. *** In Wednesdayâ€™s Register it said the â€œThrough Different Eyes: Achieving a New Perspectiveâ€? art display will be at the Bowlus. It is at the Iola Public Library.
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The Feb. 3 meeting of Prairie Dell 4-H Club was called to order by president Clara Wicoff. Kahlan Roloff led the flag salute and 4-H Pledge. Eve Ard led club members in singing â€œThis Little 4-H Light of Mine.â€? Roll call was answered by, â€œYour Favorite Winter Activity.â€? Luke Wicoff reminded club members to bring ink cartridges to recycle for the clubsâ€™ moneymaking project. Members were reminded that 4-H Day is Saturday at Uniontown; Regional 4-H Day is Feb. 22 at Allen Community College; record book update is Feb. 27 at 7:30; Auburn photo workshop is April 6; and the Wichita Botanical Gardens Photography Day is May 3.
For the program Henry Wicoff gave a talk on different kinds of beans and had members identify each. Brandon McKarnin showed his dog Lilly. Chyanne Vaughn showed her past crochet projects and her current ones. Trey Wilsonâ€™s talk was on the Key Award that he received in November. He also showed the pins that he received through his 12 years as a 4-H member. Tim Roloff shared with members the wooden birdhouse that he made in the shape of a caboose. Henry Wicoff, Kahlan Roloff, and Lane Brandon McKarnin gives a talk about his canine Roloff led the club in companion Lilly at the Prairie Dell 4-H Club meeting. COURTESY/TERRI KRETZMEIER playing Silent Ball. The next meeting is â€œWear Greenâ€? night. Hutton, Eve Ard, Jenna will be at 7 p.m. on Programs will be given Wilks, Jackson Wilks, March 3 at the park by Emily McKarnin, Olivia Bannister, and community building. It Allyson Hobbs, Carter Khrystal Smith.
Missouri lawmakers ready for a truce JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) â€” Missouri lawmakers appear ready to embrace a proposed truce with Kansas in a long-running business battle that has waived hundreds of millions of dollars of tax revenues in order to shuffle jobs around the Kansas City region. No one spoke in opposition Wednesday as Missouri House and Senate committees each heard testimony on legislation that would impose a moratorium on tax incentives for businesses in the Kansas City region relocating from one side of the state line to another. The proposal appeared so popular that some Missouri lawmakers suggested it could be labeled a â€œconsent bill,â€? placing it on a fast-track for approval that precludes any amendments during House and Senate debate. The leading witness at the Missouri hearings was Bill Hall, assistant to the chairman of Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards Inc. and president of the Hall Family Foundation. His key evidence was a recent foundation report examining the money spent through two of the statesâ€™ primary incentive programs. Since 2009, one Kansas program has waived $141 million of tax revenues to relocate 3,343 jobs from Jackson County, Mo., to Johnson or Wyandotte counties in Kansas, Hall said. Meanwhile, one Missouri program has waived $76 million in tax revenues to move
2,929 jobs from those two Kansas counties to Jackson County, he said. The net result: a collective tax waiver of $217 million that produced a net gain of 414 jobs in Kansas. Itâ€™s â€œa wasteful economic border war,â€? Hall said. â€œNeither state benefits. In fact, both are losing.â€? But there is a perception among some Kansas and Missouri officials that Missouri is losing more often. That could help explain the eagerness to advance the moratorium legislation in Missouri. Sen. Ryan Silvey, who is sponsoring the measure, said the proposed truce should make financial sense for both states. The tax incentive battle has taken â€œmillions of dollars out of the statesâ€™ economic development ability and trapped it in whatâ€™s basically a washing machine, just churning the same jobs back and forth across the state line,â€? said Silvey, R-Kansas City. The moratorium legislation would apply to businesses moving between the Missouri counties of Jackson, Clay, Platte and Cass and the Kansas counties of Wyandotte, Johnson, Douglas and Miami. It would bar Missouri from offering tax incentives for businesses to move from those Kansas counties to those Missouri counties, but only if Kansas adopts a similar prohibition through legislation or a gubernatorial order. The pact has the
Itâ€™s a wasteful economic border war. Neither state benefits. In fact, both are losing.
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support of many Kansas City-area leaders. Among those testifying for it Wednesday were lobbyists for Kansas City, the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and the Civic Council of Greater Kansas City. Thereâ€™s â€œgreat frustrationâ€? among Kansas City-area business leaders when â€œwe see people doing the border hop at the disadvantage of those of us who stay put,â€? said Shannon Cooper, a lobbyist for the regional chamber. The Missouri legislation would not prohibit individual cities and counties from continuing to offer tax incentives for businesses to move across the state line. That omission was
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Ukraine’s political crisis far from over By JIM HEINTZ Associated Press
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — The threat of new protest violence in Ukraine is tapering off but the country’s two-month-old political and economic crisis remains far from being resolved, the European Union’s foreign policy chief said Wednesday. EU envoy Catherine Ashton spoke after meeting with President Viktor Yanukovych, who has been the focus of months of massive protests demanding his resignation. The protesters have built a large tent camp in the central square of Kiev, the capital, and have erected high barricades of snow and scrap materials to cut off key downtown sections. An uneasy truce between police and protesters has held since late January after the protests erupted into four days of violent clashes. Officials say three people died in the melee, two of them of gunshot wounds. “Although there is a sense that violence is decreasing, there is still great concern about the situation on the ground,” Ashton told reporters. She said 28-nation EU has been discussing financial aid to Ukraine, but dismissed suggestions floated by some opposition leaders that the country deserves
something akin to the Marshall Plan, the successful U.S. initiative to rebuild European economies after World War II. The perilous state of Ukraine’s economy, which relies on energy-inefficient heavy industries and gas imports from Russia, is a key issue in the crisis. Ukraine’s reserve funds fell some 25 percent over the past year and in December officials said the country would need at least $10 billion in the near future to pay its debts. Ashton met Tuesday evening with one of the opposition leaders heading the protests against Yanukovych, which erupted over his decision to shun the EU and turn to Moscow for a desperately needed rescue loan instead. Opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk told The Associated Press that no specifics of Western aid were put forth by Ashton in their talks. He also charged that Ukraine’s president was “targeting ways how to buy time and drag us into never-ending talks and discussions.” The Ukrainian currency, the hryvna, has fallen some 7 percent since the protests began in late November and some Ukrainians think Yanukovych sees the drop as working in his favor. “Yanukovych thinks that the collapse of the hryvna is scaring Ukrainians and they will stop
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the protests. But the collapse of the economy will only speed up the exit of these talentless authorities,” said Oleg Ternovskiy, a small businessman in Kiev. In late November, Yanukovych backed off from an expected agreement to deepen economic relations with the EU, fearing that the bloc was not offering an adequate cushion for the trade that could be
could be sweetened but no specifics have been offered. The West likely would seek a resolution of Ukraine’s political crisis before offering more aid. No resolution is in sight, however. Prime Minister Mykola Azarov resigned last week so the cabinet is operating only as a placeholder. The leader of his party’s faction, Olexander Efremov, said Wednesday he
Yanukovych thinks that the collapse of the hryvna is scaring Ukrainians and they will stop the protests. But the collapse of the economy will only speed up the exit of these talentless authorities. — Oleg Ternovskiy
lost with Russia, which wanted Ukraine to join a Moscow-led customs union. Yanukovych subsequently obtained a $15 billion aid package from Russian President Vladimir Putin, including getting lower gas prices from Russia. The turn toward Moscow angered those who resent the long shadow that Russia casts on Ukraine. The protests began on that note but have since morphed into demands for more human rights, less corruption, Yanukovych’s resignation and a new election. EU officials have indicated that aid to Ukraine
expected a new premier to be nominated next week. Yanukovych offered the premiership to Yatsenyuk, who turned it down. Under the current system, the prime minister has relatively little power compared with the president. The opposition is seeking a return to an older system under which the premier and parliament have more authority. Russia has released $3 billion of its aid to Ukraine, but Putin indicated last week that future tranches would be delayed until a new government is formed.
Emporia approves Hostess’ plans EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) — The Emporia City Commission approved tax abatement incentives for Hostess Brands planned expansion of the company's plant at the Wednesday meeting. The Emporia Gazette reports Hostess plans to add a 36,000-squarefoot warehouse for $3.5 million, add $24 million in equipment and make leasehold improvements of $2.5
million. In exchange for the 10-year tax abatement, Hostess said it will create 50 full-time jobs with a total payroll of $1.5 million. The Regional Development Association of East Central Kansas board of directors approved the agreement on Jan. 10. No timeline has been announced for the expansion project.
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Researchers seek answers on injuries ST. LOUIS (MCT) — For hours on route clearance missions in southern Afghanistan, Sgt. Michael Ritchey crammed his short body into a Husky, a single-seat vehicle that loosely resembles an armored road-grader. His job was to use ground penetrating radar to detect pressureplate bombs hidden under endless stretches of rough gravel and dirt roadways. And he did it well. In two tours, Ritchey sniffed out 27 improvised explosive devices, or IEDs — most recently sparing fellow members of Missouri’s 1138th Engineer Company the kinds of explosions that account for most of the war’s injuries. Still, he couldn’t stop them all. Four IEDs went off near him, three of which tore his vehicle apart. Ritchey’s wife and sister used to laugh at him after his first deployment because he’d become so forgetful and confused. “Then they realized I wasn’t playing,” said Ritchey, 26, who is now home again in Columbia, Mo. Ritchey suspects he suffers from mild traumatic brain injury — by far the most common injury suffered by troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. But like many, Ritchey is impatient with an inability to accurately diagnose his condition. So are researchers — including teams at St. Louis University and Washington University — who are chasing discoveries that someday might offer a way to easily diagnose mild TBI, which is similar to concussion. An estimated 20 percent of more than 2 million people who deployed since 2001 were exposed to the injury. Those who sustained a concussive blast had headaches and strug-
gled with awareness. A few blacked out. Many recovered from the injury with rest. Others didn’t and were kept in the fight despite being near multiple blasts in short time periods. Officials and advocates say countless troops haven’t been diagnosed. New policies are in place to screen for TBI in the battlefield, but it’s still a difficult area. Concussions don’t show up on traditional CT or MRI scans the way a broken leg or cancer will. Instead, doctors rely on analyzing symptoms and cognitive testing. Ritchey said those techniques were used at a veterans hospital screening to clear him of a diagnosis of mild TBI. During the fourhour exam, he was told 25 words and asked to recite as many as he could from memory; he remembered about six. He was shown a picture, then asked to draw it by memory, then asked to draw it again. He did fine. A senior architecture studies student at Mizzou, he teaches 3-D design on the side. “It’s not realistic,” he said of the testing. “They sit me in a quiet room with one person and that’s all I have to focus on. You let my 2-year-old in that room and I don’t know what’s going on.” In real life, he relies on lists to get by. Multi-tasking isn’t an option. He’s been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, but he said weekly counseling sessions aren’t helping his memory loss. He’s asking the VA to do another TBI evaluation. “I have been to the store three times in the same day and never got what I went for,” he said. “How do you explain that?”
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Iola retailers have success in gaining area trade market More and more, Iola is becoming a shopping destination. Don’t take our word for it. According to the Kansas Department of Revenue, Iola’s “pull factor” from neighboring communities is getting stronger. The state measures a city’s retail strength by dividing its per capita sales tax by the statewide equivalent to arrive at a City Trade Pull Factor. A factor of 1.00 means a perfect balance of trade: The purchases of city residents who shop elsewhere are offset by purchases of out-of-towners. Any value greater than 1.00 indicates local businesses are pulling in trade from beyond their home city more than locals are shopping elsewhere. In 2009, Iola’s trade factor was 1.37; in 2013 it rose to 1.42. For 2013, retail sales tax receipts for Iola and its part of Allen County amounted to $1,550,776. Nearby Humboldt took in $300,014 in sales tax receipts; Chanute’s were
$2,802,536. The data can be further mined to show prospective retailers that southeast Kansas is a good place to do business. VARYING factors contribute to a city or county’s good rating. The more isolated a community, the more likely residents will shop local. Ness County out west, for example, rates among the highest in the state for capturing retail sales. Likewise, Jefferson and Wabaunsee counties see their citizens flock to the more populous counties of neighboring Shawnee and Johnson. None of the nine counties of southeast Kansas have a perfect balance of trade. Allen County has a pull factor of 0.83 and Neosho County is slightly more robust at 0.88. The depressed figures likely reflect the state of economy. As consumers, we can help bump those county statistics onto the positive side of the ledger by keeping our business at home. — Susan Lynn
A lookbackintime 30 Years Ago Week of Feb. 2, 1984
A Franklin Savings Association of Iola advertisement offers to pay 9.975 percent interest on 90-day Individual Retirement Account deposits; 10 percent on deposits of one to three years; and 12 percent on seven- to 10-year
certificates of deposit. ***** The campaign to raise money to buy a Jaws of Life machine for use by police, Iola Fire Department and other Allen County first responders is near enough to its goal to allow the equipment to be ordered.
U.S. behind on credit card safety Microchips more fail-safe than magnetic strips The blockbuster theft of credit card data from Target during the holiday shopping rush was just one example of the way outdated cards are leaving Americans more vulnerable to fraud and identity theft than shoppers are in other developed countries. The good news is that the credit card industry is in the process of fixing part of the problem. The bad news is that squabbling among retailers, banks and payment processors is getting in the way of a more complete solution. The United States is one of the few remaining places where credit and debit cards rely on a magnetic stripe, rather than a microchip, to store and transmit account information. Magnetic stripes are easy to steal information from and to counterfeit, but that’s next to impossible with chips. That’s why, as other countries switched to chip-based “smart cards,” hackers shifted their attention to U.S. targets. Belatedly, the companies
that process credit card transactions (such as Visa and MasterCard) have given banks and retailers until October 2015 to adopt smart cards. If a bank issues the new cards but a retailer doesn’t equip itself to read them, liability for any losses caused by fraud will shift from the bank to the retailer. That’s as far as banks and credit card companies want to go; thus far they’re refusing to require consumers to use personal identification numbers with smart cards, arguing that many retailers don’t have the necessary PIN pads. But requiring PIN use would help combat the unauthorized use of legitimate cards, which seems worth the cost that the added equipment would impose on some retailers. Unfortunately, even more sophisticated cards can’t stop fraud in online shopping, where there are no smartcard readers or PIN pads. The key there is to prevent hackers from stealing account information in the first place,
which means that any company storing such data must keep it encrypted. SEVERAL Senate Democrats have called for federal regulators to set minimum standards for protecting stored data. As tempting as this may be, however, the federal government should not be telling companies which technologies to use. Such mandates can’t possibly keep pace with the techniques being developed by hackers and the security companies trying to stop them. Instead, lawmakers should make it more expensive for companies that lose credit card data by requiring them to do more to protect customers in the event of a breach. For starters, companies could be required to cover the cost of issuing new cards and, in the case of stolen debit card data, new checks. Today, too many retailers behave as if it’s costlier to protect credit card numbers than to lose them. It’s time to flip that equation around. — The Los Angeles Times
Aging men gullible to shameless overselling of testosterone A large study has found substantial risks in prescribing testosterone to middle-age and older men for a variety of ailments. One part of the study found that testosterone doubled the risk of cardiovascular disease in more than 7,000 men who were 65 years old or older, essentially confirming findings in previous studies. The other part found that testosterone almost tripled the risk of heart attacks in a group of more than 48,000 middle-age men with previous histories of heart disease. The harm in both cases occurred within 90 days of receiving the prescription. The new study — conducted by researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles; the National Institutes of Health; and Consolidated
Research — analyzed prescription records from a large database of insurance health claims around the country. In a striking comparison, it found that drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra and Cialis, which are often prescribed for similar purposes, did not increase heart risks. THE STUDY, published last week in the online journal PLOS One, provides the most compelling evidence yet that many American men have embarked on a perilous course of overtreatment. Testosterone is clearly indicated to treat abnormally low levels of the hormone because of genetic or pathological causes, a condition known as hypogonadism. But a huge upsurge in
... Testosterone is now being prescribed to men who are simply reluctant to accept the fact that they are getting older. prescriptions in recent years suggests that testosterone is now being prescribed to men who are simply reluctant to accept the fact that they are getting older. In many cases, doctors are prescribing testosterone without even ascertaining whether a patient’s testosterone levels are actually low or whether he has a medical condition that justifies it. The reason seems clear. Drug companies have shamelessly pushed the notion, to doctors and to the public, that their testosterone-boosting
product can overcome a supposed disease called “low T,” which is characterized by feelings of fatigue, loss of sexual drive, depressed moods, an increase in body fat and decrease in muscle strength, among other symptoms. Incredibly, AbbVie, which makes the market-leading testosterone gel known as AndroGel, lists “low T” as one of five important health risks facing men, along with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high blood sugar and high levels of prostate-specific anti-
gen that may indicate prostate cancer. The overselling is reminiscent of the reckless overprescribing of hormone replacement therapy to millions of American women as an antiaging elixir until a large federal study in 2002 found that some pills were causing more harm than good. Men need to recognize the dangers of seeking a quick fix for aging, and doctors need to be more cautious in prescribing. Some experts are calling for a large clinical trial to document the risks and benefits more definitively. The latest study provides enough evidence to persuade regulators to strengthen warning labels and find ways to rein in the industry’s promotional efforts. — The New York Times
How to contact your elected officials
President Barack Obama, (Democrat) 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. Washington D.C., 20500; phone (switchboard): (202) 456-1414; (comments): (202) 456-1111
Gov. Sam Brownback, (Republican) Capital, 300 S.W. 10th Ave., Suite 212S, Topeka, KS 66612-1590; phone: (785) 296-3232; www.governor.ks.gov/ comments/comment.htm
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, (Republican) 109 Hart Senate Office Building Washington D.C., 20510; phone: (202) 224-4774; Email: www.roberts. senate.gov/public/index. cfm?p=EmailPat
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, (Republican) Russell Senate Office Building, Room 354, Washington D.C., 20510; phone: (202) 224-6521; Pittsburg: 306 N. Broadway, Suite 125, Pittsburg, KS, 66762; (620) 232-2286. Email: moran. senate.gov/public/index. cfm/e-mail-jerry
Rep. Lynn Jenkins, (Republican) 130 Cannon House Office Building, Washington D.C., 20515; phone: (202) 225-6601; Pittsburg: 701 N. Broadway, Pittsburg, KS 66762; phone: (620) 231-5966. Email: lynnjenkins.house. gov/contact-me/
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Rep. Kent Thompson, (Republican) House District No.9, phone: (620) 496-7200 State Capitol, Room 050-S 300 SW Tenth Ave. Topeka, KS 66612, or phone: 620-496-2255 1816 2800 St., LaHarpe, KS 66751. email: kent.iolare.kscoxmail.com
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Thursday, February 6, 2014
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Snow: Kansas digging out slowly Continued from A1 placed in hotel rooms, he said. The shelter serves an average of 1,200 meals a day from 5 a.m. through early evening. The snow stopped falling early Wednesday as the storm tracked toward the New England states. The National Weather Service said 9 inches of snow fell in Wichita, and more than a foot in Topeka and surrounding cities. Temperatures for Wednesday were forecast to stay under 10 degrees for much of the state, accompanied by wind chills well below zero. There was a slight chance of additional snow to return to Kansas through Monday with temperatures remaining below freezing. Still, Gov. Sam Brownback declared state offices in the area would resume normal operating hours today, and the Legislature planned to return to the Statehouse after two days of canceled meetings. Most schools and universities remained closed Wednesday. TWO TRAFFIC deaths Tuesday afternoon from a two-car crash on U.S. 69 south of Pittsburg in Crawford County were blamed on the weather conditions. In a separate accident, also believed to be weather-related, a truck driver was killed when his truck collided with another Tuesday morning on Interstate 135 just north of Hesston in south-central Kansas. The highway patrol said the driver, 58-yearold Richard Lynn Con-
quest of Moundridge, died Wednesday in a hospital. The Kansas Department of Transportation reported most other major highways were still covered with snow or ice Wednesday morning. In Topeka, Jason Wills, an electrician for the agency that maintains state buildings, used a blower to clear snow from the sidewalks around his and neighbors’ homes near the public library after spending part of his morning doing the same outside his church. The father of four installed a spare carburetor to get it running. Down the block, Pat Firebaugh, an investigator with the Kansas attorney general’s office, braved the cold to try to extricate his car from the parking lot of his apartment complex. He said he spent Tuesday holed up in his apartment. “I’m going to get out and get moving,” he said. “I’m more worried about getting out of the parking lot than the streets.” In Wichita, the city was using sand to treat its roads because the cold made salt less effective, said Joe Pajor, the deputy public works director. Rural areas were digging out, too. Near Brewster in northwest Kansas, rancher Mike Schultz was up at 6 a.m. to start his tractors and feed his 80 head of cattle. He used them to plow a snow-drifted county road to reach his herd in a pasture 14 miles from his home. “It is kind of miserable,” he said.
Traffic lights are covered in ice on Tates Creek Rd. at Albany Rd. in Lexington, Ky.
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Animals: Safety Continued from A1 That’s not good for a pet to lick off his feet,” he said. When small or shorthaired animals go outside it’s a good idea to have a coat or something to cover their torso, Monfort said. Even so, some shorthaired dogs live outdoors as do others, and without any problems. “Shelter is the main thing, and having it in the sunlight,” Monfort said. “A box or a barrel is enough shelter so they can curl up and keep
themselves warm.” He recommends cushions or some kind of foam be placed in a pet’s outdoor refuge to insulate the animal. Monfort doesn’t recommended hay or straw, which may contain fleas or other pests. “A good ‘house’ for a cat is to find an old Styrofoam cooler and cut a cat-size hole in it,” Flowers said. “When a cat curls up inside a cooler the Styrofoam coupled with the body heat is enough to let a cat sleep comfortably.”
Roberts: Outraises primary opponent Continued from A1
committees, compared with only $15,000 for Wolf. And incumbency helped Roberts in another key way that boosts his chances for re-election. He began 2013 with $886,894 already in his treasury, and he increased that total to more than $2.24 million by year’s end. Roberts’ cash on hand was more than 12 times as much as the $179,233 Wolf reported at the end of last year. Roberts began this year with sufficient funds to run a strong, statewide re-election campaign in Kansas. Hartman said Wolf will
run “a lean operation,” but the challenger still has significant fundraising ahead unless he loans his campaign larger sums. Roberts was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1996; his career in politics has spanned 47 years, and he enjoys the support of anti-abortion and gun rights groups that are key GOP constituencies in Kansas. Wolf, a Leawood radiologist, is running as a tea party candidate. The primary is Aug. 5. “It doesn’t really come as a surprise that Roberts is extending his hand to his fellow Washington insiders in
his quest to recast himself as a conservative in an election year,” Wolf spokesman Ben Hartman said. But Leroy Towns, the senator’s executive campaign manager, said Roberts’ ability to raise money shows he has strong support across the state, including among conservatives. Towns dismissed the criticism from Wolf ’s campaign about PAC contributions. “His complaints about that would seem to me to be sort of sour grapes,” Towns said. Wolf ’s campaign reported contributions from individuals totaling $215,647, with Wolf
himself chipping in $7,474, aside from his loan. Roberts’ campaign disclosed contributions from individuals totaling nearly $318,949. Hartman said when only individuals’ contributions are considered, “The money difference closes considerably.” But Towns noted that the Senate Conservatives Fund, founded by former South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint, says on its website that as of early January, its members had donated $78,506 to Wolf. “That makes his own fundraising effort look even more paltry,” Towns said.
Growing: Daycare adapts to weather Continued from A1
kids stay home with parents or family,” she said. Keeping the kids warm in this belowfreezing weather is a priority. Wednesday the playground was covered in a pristine blanket of snow. To play outside, the weather has to be above freezing. “The wind chill restricts us in the cold weather,” Cady-Friend said. “They are allowed to play outside if they have appropriate clothing.” That doesn’t stop the kids from finding creative ways to stay active and entertained. In a brightly painted room, school age girls danced to music with a staff member. The girls laughed as they danced
and bounced around to the choreographed moves. The change in temperature has affected the children and staff. In the last few weeks the center has been hit hard with colds and influenza. Influenza spreads quickly through child care centers and schools so handwashing and sanitizing is a ritual. “Everything is sanitized a lot because the kiddos share everything,” Cady-Friend said. “We like for them to share but this is one thing we wished they wouldn’t.” GROWING
opened in 2006 for area children with the help of B&W Trailer Hitch-
es. Cady-Friend started there as a preschool teacher and director. Now she serves as fulltime director. Children from Iola, Humboldt, Chanute, Yates Center and even Parsons attend the center. Cady-Friend said she helps with staffing, classrooms, curriculums, lesson plans, childhood activities and safety regulations. There are usually about 22 staff members at the center, seven of which are parttimers. “We have a really good staff,” Cady-Friend said. “Many of them are taking classes through Allen Community College for early childhood development.” The center has a wait-
ing list. “We have to know the applicant’s age and if we have a position for them,” she said. “I keep in mind the age and so when they move up we know if there is a spot for them.” The biggest age group the center accommodates is from 7 to 10, Cady-Friend said. The youngest child they’ve had is four weeks old. They can take children as young as two weeks. Cady-Friend said she has many goals for the center this year. “I want to keep helping the teachers with early childhood development and being able to provide an educational place for kids to progress and play,” she said.
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CVS lauded for pulling cigarettes Tobacco, health care products, send conflicting message The Associated Press
One of the nation’s biggest pharmacy chains, CVS Caremark, announced Wednesday it will clear its shelves of cigars, cigarettes, and other tobacco products this year, giving up almost $2 billion in sales in order to brand itself as a health care company rather than a convenience store. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/ MCT)
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Shockers fend off Indiana State to stay unbeaten By MICHAEL MAROT The Associated Press
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall looked at the scoreboard with 85 seconds left Wednesday night, saw the twopoint lead and challenged his
players to do one thing. Keep Indiana State scoreless. The fourth-ranked Shockers heeded their coach’s admonition, outscored the Sycamores 7-2 over the final 2:01 and hung on for a 65-58 victory that kept them unbeaten.
“At one point, Coach said, ‘If they don’t score again, we win,’” guard Ron Baker said, referring to the discussion during a timeout. That’s always been a primary focus for Marshall’s team, and it’s a big reason the Shockers (24-0, 11-0 Missouri
Valley) extended their school record winning streak, are 11-0 in conference play for the first time in school history and are the first Missouri Valley Conference team to open a season with 24 consecutive wins since Indiana State and Larry Bird went 33-0 in 1978-79.
Schools back on schedule
After nearly a week’s worth of weather-related postponements and cancellations, the winter sports season hits high gear starting this afternoon. Iola High’s wrestling squad returns to the mats beginning at 5:30 with a pair of dual competitions, hosting Osawatomie and West Elk. The matches mark Iola’s only home competition of the season. Iola then heads north to Silver Lake for a tournament Saturday morning. ON THE hardwoods, Iola High’s Mustangs and Fillies will return to action for the first time since Jan. 25 when they travel to Garnett Friday to take on Anderson County. Home games against Fort Scott and Wellsville were postponed because of bad weather. The Fort Scott games have been rescheduled for Feb. 17. A makeup date for the Wellsville games has not been set. OTHER SCHOOLS resume play Friday. Humboldt hosts Caney Valley, Marmaton Valley travels to Uniontown, Crest heads to Chetopa, Southern Coffey County hosts Waverly and Yates Center plays at home against West Elk.
Yates Center High’s Caleb DeNoon signs a letter of intent Wednesday to play football for Southwestern College. He is with his mother, Andrea, seated, and, standing from left, Southwestern assistant coach Logan Wyrick and Yates Center coaches Ben Wiehn and Eric Busteed. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN
DeNoon inks with Southwestern College By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register
YATES CENTER — Caleb DeNoon rather enjoyed proving doubters wrong during his senior year. DeNoon entered the 2013 fall season at Yates Center High with a new position — quarterback — for a team riding a 23-game losing
streak. With DeNoon at the helm, the Wildcats reached levels of success not seen in decades. The Wildcats ended their losing streak in week 1, then proceeded to cap a 7-4 season on the gridiron, highlighted by the team’s first playoff appearance since 1990. That’s when things really
got special. Yates Center won its first playoff game since 1983 with a magical, rain-delayed 38-36 win over previously unbeaten West Elk. “It was probably the greatest thing I’ve ever been a part of, to help lead a team that hadn’t had much success, See DeNOON | Page B5
Oklahoma St. topples KU women STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Roshunda Johnson and Brittney Martin each converted one of two free throws in the final 19 seconds to allow No. 12 Oklahoma State hold off a late threat from Kansas, 76-74, Wednesday night. Chelsea Gardner converted two free throws and added a layup with 12 seconds left to cut the Oklahoma State lead to three, 74-71. After Johnson hit the second of two free throws, Charlicia Harper converted a threepoint play to make it a onepoint game with 12 seconds left, but missed a layup that would have tied the game with two seconds remaining. LaShawn Jones had 17 points and seven rebounds to lead Oklahoma State (19-3, 8-3 Big 12), with Martin adding 15, Tiffany Bias 14 and Johnson 13. Kansas (11-12, 4-7) was led by Gardner’s 25 points and 11 rebounds. Harper finished with 15 points and Natalie Knight added 12.
Marmaton Valley High senior Joey Jefferis signs a letter of intent Wednesday to play football next season at Independence Community College. He is surrounded by his parents, seated, Joe and Shonda Jefferis, and Marmaton Valley teachers, Dan Uhlrich and Kim Ensminger. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN
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MORAN — Amid a season of struggles, one of Marmaton Valley High’s bright spots on the gridiron last fall was the play of senior linebacker and tight end Joey Jefferis.
Jefferis, a three-year letter winner for the Wildcats, signed a letter of intent Wednesday to continue his playing career at Independence Community College. He was a reserve in 2011, in which the Wildcats went 7-3 and advanced to the sec-
ond round of eight-man playoffs. Jefferis also was a spot starter in 2012, a season in which Marmaton Valley rolled through its first 10 games undefeated. The team wasn’t as sucSee JEFFERIS | Page B6
There’s another reason these Shockers and No. 2 Syracuse (22-0) are the only unbeaten teams in major college basketball. Wichita State is just plain tough. See SHOCKERS | Page B6
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SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Competition at the Sochi Olympics has begun, 32 hours before the opening ceremony. Early starts are needed because of 12 men’s and women’s medal events added since the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Men’s snowboard slopestyle qualifying runs — without American star Shaun White, who withdrew Wednesday — got underway this morning at X-Treme Park in the mountains above Sochi. Women’s qualifying runs were following in the afternoon, and women’s moguls qualifying was scheduled to start freestyle skiing events this evening. Men’s slopestyle and women’s moguls are among the first medals to be awarded Saturday. Down in Sochi, the new team figure skating competition begins today at the Iceberg Skating Palace. The men’s short program is followed by the pairs.
LeBron leads Heat to win over Clippers LOS ANGELES (AP) — LeBron James had 31 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds, Ray Allen hit a clinching 3-pointer in the final minute, and the Miami Heat snapped a five-game road losing streak against the stubborn Los Angeles Clippers with a 116-112 victory on Wednesday night. Allen had 15 points off the bench for the two-time defending NBA champions, who began a six-game road trip that will be interrupted four games in by the All-Star break. Dwyane Wade, one of seven Miami players scoring in double figures, had 14 points and eight assists in his 700th regular-season game. The Heat had lost 10 of their previous 12 road games against the Clippers, and hadn’t beaten them at Staples Center since Dec. 9, 2007. Los Angeles, coming off Monday’s stinging 116-115 loss at Denver on a buzzerbeating 3-pointer by exClipper Randy Foye, got a season-high 43 points and 13 rebounds from Blake Griffin and 31 points from Jamal Crawford. DeAndre Jordan extended his franchise record of consecutive doubledigit rebound performances to 29 games with 16 boards and 16 points.
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Would-be burglar thwarted by bass ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) — Big Mouth Billy Bass apparently got the best of a would-be burglar in Minnesota. Authorities in Rochester say the motion-activated singing fish apparently scared off an intruder who tried to break into the Hooked on Fishing bait and tackle shop. The novelty bass had been hung near the door and would start singing “Take Me to the
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I hear you have to do some Latin American dancing later this week. Are you prepared?
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Extras!!! SUNDAY 6 p.m. on KSNF XXII Winter Olympics There is action aplenty in figure skating in this fourth day of competition from Sochi, Russia, including the final of an event debuting at these Games, the team competition.
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MONDAY 7 p.m. on BRAVO The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Kim gives Lisa and Ken another piece of her mind for missing her daughter’s luau. Brandi tells Kim and Kyle that she’s rethinking her friendship with Lisa.
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TUESDAY 8:31 p.m. on KMBC KODE Trophy Wife Jackie (Michaela Watkins) crashes Pete and Kate’s (Bradley Whitford, Malin Akerman) party and hits it off with one of Pete’s co-workers (guest star Nat Faxon).
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WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. on KFJX American Idol The Hollywood rounds continue, as the contestants still standing get another chance to perform for judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr.
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THURSDAY 7 p.m. on KOAM The Big Bang Theory Familiarity breeds contempt, as Sheldon and Amy (Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik) discover when she goes to work at his university in “The Workplace Proximity.”
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Boyfriend has had enough mental abuse
Dear Carolyn: I was in a relationship that ended (mostly mutually) almost a year ago. I have made peace with its ending because it was bad for both of us. She took me for granted and I became a version of myself that I really hated (a doormat, to be blunt). We both acted in unhealthy ways. I moved away not long after the breakup and we have not seen each other, but we are still in contact. I still care about her very much, but have no interest in dramatic history repeating itself. Problem is, she is troubled — childhood trauma, personality disorder(s) — and leans on me every time something bad happens. She lashes out when my support isn’t “enough,” and every so often she lashes out at me for not visiting her, which would require a significant trip and at least a onenight stay. She becomes
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belligerent and confrontational, and I feel her expectations of me are unfair. Most of the time she is a good, caring friend whom I love dearly. But I am growing very tired of the guilt trips and confrontation. I don’t want to cut her out of my life, but I don’t know how to deal with this situation at all. — D.S. So, you’re standing by an unlocked exit, saying, “It stinks in here, but I don’t want to leave.” She’s still taking you for granted. If that’s what you want, then who am I to talk you out of it — but you don’t owe it to anybody to take such abuse. If your history with and fondness for her obli-
gate you in any way, you owe it to her not to take her abuse. Having a loving doormat handy is one way emotionally unhealthy people can postpone (and postpone, and postpone) doing the hard work they need. Meanwhile, people who need good, professional mental health care often are the last to recognize or admit this to themselves. You cushion her from her truth. This enabling mimics an addiction, sating you both in the short term but stunting you both over time, so it must stop. It’s easier than you might think, especially since you moved. That means your “still in contact” is all happening via one communications technology or another, which means you can simply choose not to respond. “I’ll be happy to reply/ talk to you when you’re calm,” you say/text/type, followed by silence while she isn’t calm and support
when she is. When your “support isn’t ‘enough,’” this is your new mantra: “I’m not equipped to give you the help you need.” Suggest she see a therapist, help her find one, direct her there if she has one, but don’t serve as an untrained substitute for one. You can learn more about this by calling the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1-800-950-NAMI. If she doesn’t respect the new boundaries you set for her, then you will need to use that unlocked exit, for good. And if you find you’re not able to set or enforce these boundaries to begin with, then consider therapy of your own — or the under-$25 version, Gavin de Becker’s “The Gift of Fear,” which is nominally about violence but really about setting limits. Saying “no” when your well-being demands it isn’t mean, it’s a gesture of strength and love.
Public notices (First published in The Iola Register, January 23, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of DAROLD KEVIN MURRY, Deceased 11 PR 46 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT (Chapter 59) THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified a petition has been filed in this Court by Charlotte D. Sexton, f.k.a. Charlotte D. Murry, administrator of the Estate of Darold Kevin Murry, deceased, praying for final settlement of the estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as administrator, allowance for her administrator’s fees and expenses and the Court determine the heirs of the said decedent and assign to her the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of February 2014, at 8:30 A.M., in said District Court in Iola, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. CHARLOTTE D. SEXTON, Administrator and Petitioner ROBERT E. JOHNSON II JOHNSON LAW OFFICE PA P.O. Box 866 Iola, KS 66749 (1) 23,39 (2) 6
(First published in The Iola Register, January 23, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DELLA I. HICKS, DECEASED Case No. 14 PR 6 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed on Janu-
ary 15, 2014, in this Court by Jerry Kauffman, as Petitioner and heir-at-law of Della I. Hicks, Deceased, praying for the determination of descent of real property and all other property in Kansas, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by the decedent at the time of her death. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to such Petition on or before the 18th day of February 2014 at 8:30 o’clock a.m. of said day in said District Court, in
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the City of Iola, in Allen County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon such Petition. /s/Jerry Kauffman, Petitioner ROBERT E. JOHNSON II JOHNSON LAW OFFICE, PA P.O. Box 866 Iola, Kansas 66749 (620) 365-3778 Attorney for Petitioner (1) 23,30 (2) 6
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Shockers: Remain undefeated the Sycamores protect their home court and Bird’s legacy as the Valley’s last team to reach postseason play without a loss. “We won it with defense in the second half,” Marshall said. The Shockers were
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Players and coaches refused to let their weather delayed arrival in Terre Haute make them sluggish. They refused to give in to a boisterous crowd that intended to do everything it could to help
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led by Cleanthony Early, who scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half, and Tekele Cotton with 14 points. Manny Arop had 16 points and Jake Odum and Kristian Smith added 11 each for Indiana State (17-6, 8-3).
Big 12 Overall Kansas 8-1 17-5 Texas 7-2 18-4 Oklahoma 6-4 17-8 West Virginia 6-4 14-9 Iowa State 5-4 17-4 Kansas State 5-4 15-7 Oklahoma State 4-5 16-6 Texas Tech 3-6 11-11 Baylor 2-7 14-8 Texas Christian 0-9 9-12 Wednesday’s results West Virginia 91, Oklahoma 86 Saturday’s schedule Texas at Kansas State, 12:30 p.m. TCU at Iowa State, 3 p.m. West Virginia at Kansas, 3 p.m. Baylor at Oklahoma, 6 p.m. Oklahoma State at Texas Tech, 8:30 p.m. Monday’s schedule Iowa State at West Virginia, 6 p.m. Kansas at Kansas State, 8 p.m. Tuesday’s schedule Oklahoma State at Texas, 6 p.m. Wednesday’s schedule Baylor at Texas Christian Texas Tech at Iowa State
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highs. DeNoon will shift back to his old position at Southwestern and play running back. “We really like Caleb’s athleticism,” said Logan Wyrick, an assistant coach at Southwestern. “I’m an old eight-man guy myself, and we got a chance to watch him play a few times. We really think he’ll be a good fit.” DeNoon, in turn, praised the environment surrounding Southwest-
cess, and nobody expected much of,” DeNoon said Wednesday, shortly after signing a letter of intent to play at Southwestern College in Winfield. DeNoon led the 7-4 Yates Center squad with 1,625 yards rushing — an average of 8.6 yards per attempt — while throwing for another 698 yards. He rushed for 31 touchdowns and threw for 10 more — both team
ern’s football program. “It just felt right,” DeNoon said. “As soon as I stepped on campus, the coaches and players treated me like I belonged there.” DeNoon had considered playing at Fort Scott and Independence community colleges as well. He plans to major in biology and study physical therapy. DeNoon carries a 3.4 GPA.
strength,” Uhlrich said. “Other teams won’t want to run right at him.” While lining up on both sides of the ball, Jefferis will focus primarily on defense at linebacker at Independence. At 6 foot, 200 pounds, Jefferis said his discipline was his biggest attribute. “All I can do is keep working and try to get better,” he said. “I’m hoping to play
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linebacker or special teams, wherever the team needs me.” Jefferis also was considering Friends University. He plans to study sports medicine, with the hope of transferring to the University Kansas once his work at Independence is complete. Jefferis, 18, is the son of Joe and Shonda Jefferis.
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