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Rep. Jenkins remains optimistic amid struggles By SUSAN LYNN The Iola Register
Congress is an “incredibly difficult environment” in which to work, said Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins, “but most of the drama is behind us with the recent passage of the appropriations bill to fund the government.” Jenkins met with a small group of constituents Wednes-
Pennies add up for MOMs fundraiser
day morning at the courthouse. Jenkins assured U.S. veterans their benefits would remain uninterrupted in the budget that passed in midDecember. While Jenkins and Kevin Yoder voted in favor of the spending bill, their Republican counterparts, Mike Pompeo and Tim Huelskamp, voted against it. Now in her sixth year rep-
resenting the Second District in Washington, D.C., Jenkins said she is eager to get the government “back on schedule” with addressing things like the budget in a timely manner, “instead of in bite-size pieces.” The federal government’s deadline for a budget is Oct. 1. “I’m ready to do things the right way,” she said. She’s also ready to do away
with the acrimony that has tainted D.C. politics. “We’re tired of brinkmanship, on both sides of the aisle,” she said of Democrats and Republicans. “It hasn’t worked, and the American people don’t appreciate it.” As a Republican, Jenkins said she would like to “repeal and replace,” the Affordable Care Act and laid the blame for much of the country’s ills
A ’60s REVIVAL
at its feet. As regards to raising the federal minimum wage up from $7.25 an hour, Jenkins regarded the measure as a “job killer,” and not having a chance in the Republicandominated House of Representatives. Instead of higher pay, Jenkins said most Americans See JENKINS | Page A6
Shout celebrates women’s liberation
As local students have proved over the past few months, pennies can really add up. Students from Jefferson Elementary and Iola Middle School donated a total $1,064.39 on Wednesday to the MOMs group for the construction of a special-needs access playground at Riverside Park. Girls from BLING (Building See PENNIES | Page A5
House panel reviews school bill TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas House committee heard testimony Wednesday from an overflow crowd of several hundred on legislation that would bar use of the Common Core standards for reading and math in public schools. Supporters and opponents of the standards filled the House Education Committee meeting room and the adjacent corridor for the hearing. Chairwoman Kasha Kelley told the gathering at that start that she appreciated the respect shown by people on both sides of the issue, which was a holdover from the 2013 session. See PANEL | Page A5
By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register
Letting loose with a song during Iola Community Theatre’s dessert theater production of “SHOUT!” are, from left, Sabra Aguirre, Elyssa Jackson, Pam Tressler, Sara Joy Standridge and Jessica Quinhones. Above, Jackson, as a bride, does one of many solos in the show. REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON
he women’s liberation movement of the 1960s comes to life in “SHOUT!” It’s a messy, happy, turbulent time aptly portrayed by five area women whose strong voices and superb acting transport the audience to England, home of the Beatles and Petulia Clark. The play’s title refers to a magazine of the day and its advice columnist, Gwendolyn Holmes. The women heed Ms. Holmes’ guidance — detailed in an off-stage voice — but less dutifully as the turbulent ’60s unfold. Sabra Aguirre, an ICT veteran with a powerful voice, is the lone American in the quintet. Others are Aguirre’s mother, Pam Tressler, who also has been on the ICT stage, and three newcomers, Sara Joy Standridge, Eureka, and Iolans Elyssa Jackson and Jessica Quinhones. A delightful part of the musical-comedy is how well the British characters have mastered their accent. “Bloody” and “bloke” are familiar UK slang terms, but they go much further in assimilating the inflections. Anyone of age in the 1960s will fondly recall songs that are the buoying structure of the show, including “To Sir With Love,” “Downtown,” “Georgy Girl,” “Son of a PreachSee SHOUT | Page A5
A place to call home By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register
Larry Trester watches as the LaHarpe Rural Volunteer Fire Department’s new facility is being completed. Trester is the department’s chief. REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON
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LaHARPE — Larry Trester’s longheld dream is about to come true. “We’ve wanted a fire barn, a place to keep all the trucks together, for a long time,” said Trester, chief of LaHarpe’s Rural Volunteer Fire Department. The building will be available by the end of March. Tuesday morning a crew from Amish and Mennonite groups in the El Dorado Springs, Mo., area arrived in LaHarpe, with tools in hand and knowledge that comes from putting
“Always live in the ugliest house on the street — then you don’t have to look at it.” — David Hockney, English painter 75 Cents
up a good many metal buildings. Late Wednesday afternoon the shell of the building, with three large bays facing south, was in place downtown. A concrete floor will be poured Friday and the concrete’s curing will be the only hold-up to volunteers occupying the structure. “That will take about a month,” Trester said. Finishing the interior and putting up doors will follow the concrete pour. The volunteers answer calls in Elm and Deer townships, with most of those who man firefighting equipSee FIRE BARN | Page A5
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Homeless shelter loses funding
Delaney Umholtz, left, Emily McKarnin, Caitlin Dreher and Kolbyn Allen visited the state capitol over the weekend for Citizenship in Action. The Southwind 4-H group was able to debate current bills. COURTESY PHOTO
4-H’ers learn about legislation Southwind 4-H’ers attended Citizenship in Action (CIA) this weekend in Topeka. CIA is for Kansas youth between 13 and 18 who want to learn how the state legislative process works and how their voice and participation in decision-making can make a difference in their communities. Delegates toured the Capitol, received tips on how to meet and talk with their legislators, and discussed how youth can have a greater impact in their communities. On Sunday, youth participated in a mock legislative activity. They were
provided four different pieces of legislation to discuss and debate in the Senate and House of Representatives chambers after hours. The pieces of legislation were: 1) A bill to have the elderly tested for safer driving; 2) A bill to require drug testing in order to receive welfare benefits; 3) A bill to require doctors’ approval to return to athletic activities following an injury, and 4) A bill to fine owners/farmers if their livestock get out of their confined area. Following the afternoon legislative ses-
sions, 4-H’ers changed into professional attire to attend a banquet where they were instructed on etiquette. A speaker for each bill presented the bill, debate took place, and then participants voted. Guest speaker was Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Jake Worcester. Worcester challenged the youth to develop a passion and pursue it, to be involved in their communities, and to become educated and share their knowledge because they are needed for our country’s future.
Minister provides bikes PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — In a basement workshop across the street from Pittsburg State University, Don Smith has been solving the transportation challenges of international students for 30 years. The workshop shows it: One wall is lined with tools, another with trinkets and maps and photographs from far-away lands. PSU has an international student population of 469, representing 37 countries and every continent except Antarctica. Some stay for a semester, some for a year or more, The Joplin Globe reported. “Their challenge is getting around here. Most don’t have cars,” Smith said as he installed new brake cables on a bicycle intended for one of four visiting scholars from China. The four, Manqian Wu, Zhiwei Wang, Zhenbo Wang and Shi Wu, are researching and observing at the Kansas Technology Center this semester. They live at an off-campus apartment complex a mile southeast of the center, and the core campus is west of the center. To solve such challenges, Smith, who has for more than three decades served as a minister at Campus Christians, was inspired by a loaner bike program offered by a similar group at the University of Missouri. “I thought we could do that,” Smith said. “But the first year, not one bike came back. Not one.” Part of the problem,
he found, was that a thief wielding a pair of bolt cutters can cut through cheap locks easily, so some bikes were stolen. “Another was that students didn’t heed my advice to lock them up. And others simply were busy getting ready to graduate or move on after college and they didn’t return them.” He began imposing a
more economical means of transportation that also solves another problem on campus: the lack of parking. The bike loaner program is self-supporting through the deposits — many of which are not returned to students because bikes aren’t returned, either — and through donations of money and bikes from community members.
GIRARD — Effective immediately, SEK-CAP will no longer accept applicants for housing at the C.H.O.I.C.E.S. Family Emergency Shelter in Pittsburg. Because the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) in Topeka plans to cut in half the annual Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funding granted to SEK-CAP, the shelter must close by March 31, according to a SEK-CAP press release. SEK-CAP Executive Director, Steve Lohr, said, “We have no choice but to begin preparations for closing the shelter. We continue to work with the families to find permanent housing, and we must provide our employees with adequate notice that their jobs will end.” SEK-CAP officials have been engaging the entire community in conversations about
how to operate the shelter without CSBG funding. Groups of concerned citizens are working in committees, university staff and students are exploring options, and the ministerial alliance is also engaged, providing advice and support. All ideas for funding and service provision are welcomed, and every option is under consideration. Despite these best efforts, the primary funding for shelter personnel ends on March 3. SEK-CAP will spend several weeks cleaning and refurbishing the building. The non-profit requests all non-monetary donations be temporarily directed to other social service, faith-based, or community organizations. Financial donations for the shelter will be accepted and used to provide ongoing homeless services.
Iolan injured in motorcyle crash Iolan Michael Dougherty, 39, suffered injuries when his motorcycle crashed just before noon Tuesday on U.S. 54 at the west edge of Iola. According to the Highway Patrol, Dougherty was westbound when his motorcycle struck the rear
end of a car driven by Charolette Hancock, 77, Iola, which was stopped waiting to turn from the highway. Hancock and a passenger in her vehicle, Darvin Willard, 52, Iola, were not injured. Dougherty was taken to Allen County Regional Hospital.
20 Ukraine leaders banned WA S H I N G T O N (MCT) — The State Department on Wednesday banned 20 Ukrainian civilians from obtaining U.S. visas in an effort to ramp up pressure on the Eastern European country’s government to de-escalate the bloody confrontations between police and opposition protesters. A senior State Department official would not name those banned from traveling to the U.S., but said the list included the “full chain of command” of those considered responsible for recent deadly clashes. The move was a careful first step as U.S. and European Union officials warned that more punitive sanctions could be forthcoming if a truce announced late Wednesday did not hold. The EU planned to send three foreign ministers to Kiev on Thursday to urge President Viktor Yanukovich to order police to calm the unrest, release imprisoned protesters and enter into talks over a possible power-sharing agreement with opposition leaders. The White House said earlier Wednesday that it would consider imposing sanctions to try to force the government to stop the violence.
Their challenge is getting around here. Most don’t have cars. — Don Smith
deposit, which is now $35 for the bike and $10 for a basket, and has had more success in getting bikes returned at the end of a semester or a year. Since July 1, he’s loaned 200 bikes. Of the 25 percent or so that won’t be returned, Smith said he isn’t worried. “That’s just part of the nature of it.” he said, “I see it as still making a difference.” Not all of the students who borrow bikes are international, Smith noted. “A growing number of American students come here after learning about it from an international friend,” he said. Some of them are athletes, including PSU football players, who would like to bike for exercise or to quickly get back and forth from a campus that has extended farther east in recent years. Others are seeking a
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A local family, for example, just donated seven bikes that were outgrown or no longer needed. All but one already are in service. The Chinese contingent said they appreciate Smith’s efforts to not only provide them with bikes, but the time and care he took to make adjustments and ensure they are in good working order. “It’s a nice thing,” Manqian Wu said. Smith said it underscores his “very simple philosophy of life.” “Love God, and love others,” he said.
Valentine sweethearts Friday morning Arrowood Lane residents enjoyed kickball and reading Valentine’s Day cards they had received. Maxine Van Hoozer, Yates Center, was crowned queen and Rick Wilson, Chanute, was crowned King. The attendants were Mary Frances Mueller, Humboldt and Wilma Lamb, Humboldt. Their escorts were Lawrence Dietrich, Humboldt, and Al Yelton, Shelby, N.C. After the ceremony, cookies, punch and chocolates were served. COURTESY PHOTO
Pilot, co-pilot fired after landing SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A pilot and co-pilot are out of a job after a small commuter plane landed at the Salina Regional Airport last week without landing gear. The two were the only ones on the SeaPort
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Couple works to escape food stamps By KATHY HANKS The Hutchinson News
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Someday, down the road, Gary and Amanda Johnson dream of owning their home and not being dependent on food stamps. For now this Hutchinson family of four relies on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program to put food on the table, The Hutchinson News reports. “The day we are off food stamps I will rejoice,” said Gary Johnson. The couple has set goals to ensure that day eventually will come. Gary Johnson has a full time job with USD 308 as a head custodian at HMS 8, but still his family is part of the 13.2 percent of Reno County residents receiving food stamp assistance. They are also part of the one in seven Americans, according to The Associated Press, who are now covered by SNAP. Economists are warning that simply having a job may no longer be enough for self-sufficiency in today’s economy. Currently they are a one-income family after Amber, 25, lost her job last spring when Quiznos closed. She has found it cheaper to stay home rather than work and pay for day care for Taryn, 5, and Baylee, 2. “It’s a catch-22,” she said. She could work and make the same amount of money that she would with food stamps, because of the cost of paying for day care and gas to get to work. Instead she stays home with their daughters, and relies on food stamps for the food on their table. Gary makes $9.89 an hour working 40 hours
a week. Their expenses each month, not including food, are $1,100 and from that they pay $375 rent, utilities, car insurance, phone and items such as shampoo and conditioner. Amanda even made her own laundry soap in October and it lasted for several months. They currently receive $380 a month in food stamp assistance; it was cut by $100 in November. When broken down, their food stamp allotment allows them about $10 a day for their family of four. They make sure to buy meat bundles at Berridge IGA in Nickerson, that last about 22 days. It also helps that Taryn, who is in all day kindergarten, eats breakfast and lunch at school. Despite budgeting, “I always fear that we will run short,” said Amanda. “The days that stress us are the months with only 28 days,” said Gary, because there are fewer days to earn money. Back when Taryn began with Reno County Early Head Start Program, the family learned about InterFaith Housing. They visited with Lorna Moore who directs the Creating Assets, Savings and Hope program, known as CASH. “Thanks to Lorna we have found a cheaper way to live,” said Amanda. They rent their two bedroom, newly remodeled home from HIS. As participants they must commit to three parts of the CASH program: attend six hours of financial education, complete four life-skills workshops, and save for a minimum of six months with a minimum deposit of $20.00 per month. They automatically have $60 withdrawn from Gary’s paycheck
every month to go into their CASH account. That will eventually be used to buy a home or for a college education. “Despite their limited income they have been saving every month,” said Moore. Both Gary and Amanda were raised in families that used food stamps. Amanda was removed from her home and placed in foster care living in a series of both happy and unhappy homes. But when she turned 18 she aged-out of the system, and went to Hutchinson Commu-
“People look at me using my vision card and see my iPhone,” Amanda said. It makes her feel like they are judging her, but the iPhone was a gift. Others see their shiny black Honda in the driveway and wonder how they can afford such a vehicle. But it was a gift from Gary’s mother. According to Mariah Ehmke, an agricultural economist with University of Wyoming, she has graduate students who use food stamps, students who have small children or families and need help for a few years
I don’t see the abuse. It is not something people brag about being on food stamps. It is a pretty shameful thing. —Mariah Ehmke, agricultural economist
nity College on a tuition waiver for foster care recipients. She has her associate degree with a focus on social work. Taryn was born before Amanda met Gary on an on-line chat room. They hit it off and he flew from his home in California to Kansas to meet her. They were married at the Reno County Courthouse on Feb. 14, 2012. “I don’t like taking and not giving back,” said Amanda, who does volunteer work at the Reno County Early Head Start Program. “They have been very kind,” she said. Gary says food stamps can be a helpful tool for those who desperately need it and a necessity at the moment for his family. But he knows that people abuse the system. He also knows there are extreme misconceptions by others.
as they get through college. “There is a lot of research on how long people remain in poverty. Sixty to 70 percent of the people in poverty today won’t be in a decade. “I don’t see the abuse. It is not something people brag about being on food stamps. It is pretty shameful thing,” Ehmke said. On average, Kansans spend about 26 months on food stamps, said Sandra Kimmons, benefits director for the Kansas Department of Children and Families. The Johnsons are well aware that food stamps are not a permanent solution, but a temporary fix. They can see a bright future where they are stable and food stamp free. “I want to go on with school,” said Amanda. “I have a passion to work with foster kids.”
Family sues in death from electric shock By MICHAEL STRAND Salina Journal
The family of Jayden Hicks, who died in December after suffering an electrical shock during a thunderstorm in downtown Salina in May, is suing the city, claiming the electrical junction box that shocked her wasn’t properly grounded.
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Also named in the lawsuit is Hope Electrical Products, the New Jersey company that made the junction box. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages, including for her medical care, burial costs and other expenses, “in an amount the plaintiffs are unable to state with exactitude at this time.”
Jayden was 11 on May 29, when she and friends were playing in Campbell Plaza during a thunderstorm. She slipped and fell onto an in-ground electrical box that had a metal cover, was shocked and fell to the ground. Several people who attempted to rescue her also were shocked, and firefighters had to use a
fiberglass pole to pull her off of the box. Jayden was taken to Salina Regional Health Center, then to Via Christi Hospital in Wichita. She was hospitalized in critical condition in Wichita for several months before being transferred to Madonna Rehabilitation Center in Lincoln, Neb. She died there Dec. 31.
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To apply, an applicant must be A graduate of an Allen County, Kansas, high school, including those students who will graduate in the spring of 2014, and A student in one of these three areas: (1) Teaching — in the fall of 2014 must be at least a junior in a four-year university located in the State of Kansas AND (1) be currently admitted or will have been admitted to the university’s School of Education (or its equivalent title) or (2) is in a teacher education program as defined by the university. (2) Bookkeeping — in a post-secondary Kansas educational institution. (3) Carpentry — in a post-secondary Kansas educational institution. See scholarship application and instructions for definitions and conditions of each of these scholarships. Each scholarship for the fall semester of 2014-2015 will be a minimum amount of $1,000.00; the amount for subsequent semesters will be determined each semester. For a copy of the application and of the rules and conditions of these scholarships, contact: Clyde W. Toland Trustee of the Adams Scholarship Fund P.O. Box 404 Iola, KS 66749 (620) 365-8006 Application deadline is April 29, 2014.
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Wednesday, February 20, 2014
Election cycle keeps Congress, compromise as oxymorons In brief remarks Wednesday morning Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins said any suggestion of raising the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour is “a job killer.” The theory goes that if employers are forced to pay more they will reduce their rolls.
Let it be known that in 2013 corporate profits were at an all-time high. While CEOs reaped their biggest-ever share of the pie, the percentage of profits that went to wages was at an all-time low. In a report issued Tuesday by the bipartisan Congressional Budget Office, data
showed raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would indeed cause a reduction in jobs, maybe as many as 500,000. But the number who would see an increase in pay, 16.5 million, and be raised out of poverty, 900,000, would more than offset that reduction and provide a flood of spending into the general economy. People who have money, spend it. Jenkins also said immigration reform was a non-starter because current proposals do not adequately address the number of illegal immigrants crossing U.S. borders. Unless illegals can be kept from infiltrating, any legislation having to do with the 12 million already here is for naught, she said. The stance is an aboutface for Republicans. Just two weeks ago, House Speaker John Boehner, ROhio, unveiled a long list of principles critical to reform. Jenkins also said she
didn’t trust the Obama administration to enforce any legislation passed and gave the impression there was no use to proceed on such issues until this administration has been retired by the 2016 election. CONGRESS is infected with a disease called “electoralitis,” as coined by author Adolph Reed Jr., in a recent article published in Harper’s Magazine. This is a condition that limits the attention span of legislators to an election cycle. Anything of a serious nature that requires long-term organizing — tax reform, immigration, entitlement programs, and public transportation — does not fit into the mind/time frame of today’s politicians. Republicans would rather sit out the current administration rather than tackle important reforms in the hopes the 2016 election will yield a transfer of leadership. When the shoe is on the other foot, Democrats are
just as intransigent. Instead of being willing to seek compromise, their default is to insult the other party and throw up their arms in feigned exasperation. Think if families, businesses or local governments acted this way. If that were the case, marriages would dissolve at the first argument. Parents wouldn’t bother to teach manners. Businesses wouldn’t plan for technical upgrades, transitions in management, or even taking a product into the next decade. And city and county governments wouldn’t address long-term infrastructure needs with their roads and bridges, or look for efficiencies with combined services. Good leadership takes time and commitment, not kicking responsibility down the road or to the other side of the aisle. — Susan Lynn
Senate bags anti-gay legislation Funding restored for all-day kindergarten John TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An anti-gay marriage proposal that roiled Kansas politics is dead, the chairman of a state Senate committee assigned to review it said Tuesday. But the declaration from Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Jeff King didn’t appear likely to end the debate over providing legal protections for people and organizations refusing for religious reasons to provide goods and services to gay and lesbian couples. King, an Independence Republican, said he’ll still have hearings on whether Kansas needs to enact religious liberty protections in case the federal courts strike down the state’s gay-marriage ban. The House approved a bill last week to prohibit government sanctions or anti-discrimination lawsuits when individuals, groups and businesses cite their religious beliefs in refusing to provide goods, services, accommodations and employment benefits related to a marriage, civil union, domestic partnership, or a celebration of such relationships. Supporters said their intent was to prevent florists, bakers and photographers from being punished for refusing to participate in same-sex weddings, keep churches from having to provide space or clergy for such ceremonies and keep religiously affiliated adoption agencies from being forced to place children with gay couples. Critics said the
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bill was much broader than advertised and would encourage discrimination against gays and lesbians. Senate leaders already had said the bill would not pass their chamber, but King said Tuesday that his committee won’t even take it up. “We’re not working House Bill 2453,” said King, an Inde-
It’s so tainted now, it needs to go away. Did I make a vote that I regret? Yeah; that happens. — Rep. Scott Schwab, R-Olathe
pendence Republican, referring to the measure by number. King said he’s not drafting a narrower alternative. He said he’ll have hearings so interested parties can have national experts discuss whether Kansas needs a new law. “Something new would have to arise out of these hearings,” he said. Supporters said frequently that the bill has been misrepresented. Rep. Steve Brunk, a Wichita Republican and
Letter to the editor Dear editor,
In reference to the article “The cost of a good meal,” on Feb. 10, I was wondering why we always hear shop local? When I was an employee of the food service for USD 257 I witnessed that three out of four delivery trucks were from the state of Kansas. The revenue from these sales helped the state of Kansas. Also the employees of all were receiving a paycheck and paying taxes to the state of Kansas. The ladies who work for USD 257 food service will also lose pay. The revenue that Kansas will lose, the state of Missouri will gain.
chairman of the House committee that handled the bill, said the intent was “religious liberties protection.” “The issue is not going to go away,” Brunk said. “As the topic progresses, we’ll refine the language.” But some House members felt burned. “It’s so tainted now, it needs to go away,” said Rep. Scott Schwab, a conservative Olathe Republican, who supported the bill. “Did I make a vote that I regret? Yeah; that happens.” Tom Witt, executive director of Equality Kansas, the state’s leading gay-rights
I noticed that’s where the food will come from! So much for shopping local. Lillian Ozechowski, Iola, Kan. (Editor’s note: USD 257 board of education members are in the process of reviewing how the district provides meals for its students and has had interviews with food service representatives of OPAA and Chartwells. Jack Koehn, superintendent of schools, said OPAA, which has formed an LLC in Kansas, has guaranteed USD 257 employees would receive the same pay rate they are receiving now.
group, said he’s pleased by King’s declaration that the House bill is dead but doesn’t expect the issue to vanish. His group and several others are planning a “Rally for Equality” next week at the Statehouse. Witt said he’s looking forward to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings. “It’s not going to be focused on ‘we have to move this bill,’ and all the acrimony that goes with it,” he said.
By JOHN MILBURN The Associated Press
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas House budget committee on Tuesday restored $16 million for Gov. Sam Brownback’s proposal to fund all-day kindergarten, keeping the money in place while a separate committee reviews the merits of the plan. The recommendation by the House Appropriations Committee reverses a decision made by a working group to strip the funding until a decision is made whether to move forward with Brownback’s proposal. The working group will meet today to continue its review of the proposal. Rep. Jerry Lunn, chairman of the working group, said restoring the funding recommendation doesn’t commit legislators to funding the plan, but keeps the issue in play until a recommendation can be made in the coming weeks. “It’s a lot of money that requires serious consideration,” said Lunn, an Overland Park Republican. The full committee endorsed the overall budget for the Department of Education, which would spend more than $3 billion in the next fiscal year on public schools. Legislators approved most of the spending
last session. The committee’s action reflects minor changes in spending, including $1.1 million to develop new standardized tests. Brownback made full funding for all-day kindergarten a priority this legislative session, arguing that it is a means for improving student reading scores and helping prepare all students for success in the early grades. Currently the state pays for only half-day kindergarten classes in the 286 school districts, but nearly all districts offer all-day classes by either using existing funds or charging parents a fee to offset the cost. The governor would fully fund all-day programs over five years, increasing the state support by $16 million in each of the next five years. Critics of the plan have questioned whether the state can afford the extra expense and whether the benefits of allday programs justify the investment. “Not all all-day kindergartens are equal,” said House Appropriations Committee Chairman Marc Rhoades, a Newton Republican. “I’ve heard both sides.” He said he was interested in hearing more from the working group about whether all-day kindergarten is the best way to help students at risk of academic failure or if there are other ways to target funding.
Fingerprinting teachers a good thing Background checks of school personnel keeps students safer Requiring public school teachers and administrators to be fingerprinted to facilitate background checks is a reasonable way for the state to protect the safety of Kansas students. It’s understandable that state teacher groups would oppose the policy that the Kansas State Board of Education decided this week to pursue, but the concerns voiced by teachers have to be weighed against the importance of identifying school personnel that might pose a physical or emotional threat to students. The requirement for fingerprinting and background checks has been in place since
2002 for new educators applying for their initial licenses. The new rules will simply extend that requirement to teachers who had obtained their licenses before 2002. That will affect an estimated 35,000 educators across the state. Among other things, the Kansas National Education Association objected to the fact that it would cost teachers about $50 to meet the requirement. That’s not a huge amount, but maybe individual school districts could consider sharing the expense. Instead of making teachers take time to schedule and complete the fingerprinting process on
their own time, maybe districts could make the process more convenient by bringing technicians to the teachers, perhaps at an in-service event. The kind of checks that will be required of teachers aren’t much different than those being required by many companies these days, and it’s important, for the sake of our children, that schools be able to check the backgrounds of teachers and administrators. It’s unfortunate, in a way, that school districts and other employers see a need for this kind of check, but, especially for people who are responsible for children in public schools, the fingerprinting requirement doesn’t seem out of line. — The Lawrence JournalWorld
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Thursday, February 20, 2014
Panel: Reviews school bill Continued from A1 “It isn’t lost on anybody that there isn’t anyone who doesn’t want rigorous, thoughtprovoking standards for our children,” said Kelley, an Arkansas City Republican. Last year, a measure to repeal Common Core failed to get out of the committee, though a bill was approved by the Senate that later died in the House. Several states have backed away from the standards or delayed their implementation. The Kansas measure seeks to reverse a 2010 State Board of Education decision to adopt the standards for math and reading, as well as a set of science standards. It would also create an advisory group to develop new guidelines to replace the existing standards. Witnesses had 90 seconds each to address the committee, which asked no questions and
took no action on the bill. Critics of the standards used language such as communist, Marxist and socialist to describe the standards and the manner in which they were developed and adopted. “This loss of local control is eminent if we don’t do something,” said former state Rep. Owen Donohoe of Shawnee. Other opponents of the standards complained that they resulted in curriculum that was difficult for students and parents to understand, resulting in poorer classroom performance. Supporters, including parents, educators and the general public, told the committee that they were stringent and that teachers welcomed the changes because it allowed them to teach students content the way it was intended. “Kansas teachers are
moving in the right direction for learning, exploration, thinking and professionalism for our students,” said Dyane Smokorowski, an Andover language arts teacher. “Denying us this progression only reduces the possibilities for dynamic classroom experiences.” Kansas was part of a multi-state consortium that developed the Common Core standards and the so-called Next Generation Science Standards to create common material that students should master. States were able to add content to the standards, which Kansas did and rebranded as the state’s College and Career Ready Standards. A contract has been made with the University of Kansas to write the assessments that students will take in the coming years to determine proficiency on the standards.
Pictured front from left are BLING members Destiny Shrum, Heaven Wagner, Selena Flynn, Marisa VanHouden, Sara Bland and MOMs representatives Lesley Skahan and Mason Skahan, along with Vegas the dog; back from left are Julie Dunler, Addison Mallette, Stacey Crusinberry and Kelly Francis. REGISTER/STEVEN SCHWARTZ
Pennies: Students raise funds Continued from A1 March 1, but more donations are always welcome — they did not include concrete work, benches or signage into the budget of the play-
ground. Those donating $500 or more will be recognized on a sign placed at the park. Lincoln and McKinley elementary schools do-
nated $419.09 and $435.36 in pennies in fall 2013, totaling $854.45. The total for the four schools’ donations came in at $1,918.94. That’s 191,894 pennies.
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Continued from A1 er Man” and, in a rendition that Jackson belts out after the five get a little high on devil weed (marijuana), “Goldfinger.” The dessert theater opens Friday night at the ICT Warehouse Theatre, 203 S. Jefferson Ave. Another performance is Saturday night, followed by evening presentations on Feb. 28 and March 1 and the afternoon of March 2. Evening shows start at 7:30, with dessert served at 7 o’clock. March 2 times are 1:30 and 2 p.m. Tickets, $15 for adults and $10 for students, may be purchased at Sophisticated Rose, 19 S. Jefferson Ave. THE SHOW is replete with humorous vignettes though sometimes they turn a tad risque and occasionally a little melancholy. Standridge has a background in theater and it shows. Early on she remarks the dress she’s wearing contains asbestos. “I can’t think of anything wrong with it,” she says, with the sentence interrupted by coughs alluding to the ill effects of the insulating material. “It makes me tingle,” she says with a giggle, and a wiggle. Aguirre’s character has a crush on Paul McCartney and in an appearance by the Beatle she comes away with his
comb. “What’s this,” she asks while looking closely at the comb. “It’s dandruff. I’ve got Paul McCartney’s dandruff,” she exclaims. In a song about breaking up, Jackson seizes on one of her exaggerated performances to point out, “I don’t care what they say. Breaking up isn’t hard to do. I do it all the time.” In another scene all five pretend to reach marijuana-induced levels of gratification that recalls as much about the 1960s as do their songs and costumes. Aguirre has a soliloquy that hammers home that domestic violence was very much alive then as now. In a quiet voice she talks about being seven months married, pregnant and having suffered abuse at the hands of her husband. “What do I do now,” she asks. Each set of scenes is prompted by an annual issue of “Shout.” When the 1970 issue is pulled from a rack, the women “say good-bye to the ’60s and hello to the ’70s,” allowing that “those were the days.” During the 90-minute run the women find themselves, become pragmatic in attitude and don’t apologize for any self-serving moments. Richard Spencer is director.
Fire barn: Built Continued from A1 ment pulling double duty. “We’re all members of the LaHarpe department, too,” Trester said, but the two departments, city and rural, are independent. The volunteers are funded by a district-wide levy of 5 mills. Money to build the new fire barn came from reserves that have been accumulated for several years. LaHarpe funds the city department. The volunteers have a tanker, a pumper and three trucks outfitted to fight grass and brush fires, a relatively common occurrence in an area made up mainly of farm ground.
The trucks have been kept in various places for years. Some are outdoors near volunteers’ homes and the two sensitive ones — tanker and pumper — have been kept indoors most of the time. Trester said heating costs for those two was about $400 a month during cold weather months. He also noted that acquisition and construction of the new fire barn, estimated at $50,000, was partly made possible by the generosity of Don Diebolt at Diebolt Lumber and Supply, just to the southeast of LaHarpe. “It would have been hard to do without his help,” Trester said.
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Pipeline again hits Jenkins: In Iola a snag in Nebraska Continued from A1
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Just as pressure was building on President Barack Obama to make a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada to refineries in Texas, the project ran into another obstacle — and it came again from Nebraska. A judge’s decision Wednesday to overturn a Nebraska law that allowed the pipeline guarantees the legal fight will continue for at least several more months. It also could leave Nebraska’s decision in the hands of the state Public Service Commission, a littleknown board that regulates natural gas lines, grain warehouses and recreational vehicles. The ruling was a victory for pipeline opponents, including environmentalists who say Keystone XL would carry “dirty oil” that contributes to global warming and Nebraska ranchers and farmers who fear it could hurt their water sup-
ply. TransCanada Corp.’s pipeline is critical in Canada’s efforts to export its growing oil sands production. Supporters say it will create thousands of jobs and move the U.S. toward North American energy independence. At issue in Wednesday’s ruling was a 2012 law that allowed Gov. Dave Heineman to approve the route through Nebraska. The governor’s approval gave Calgary-based TransCanada the power to use eminent domain on landowners who deny the company access to their property. Three landowners filed a lawsuit saying the decision should have been made by the Public Service Commission. Lancaster County Judge Stephanie Stacy agreed. Attorney General Jon Bruning’s office plans to appeal the ruling to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
because of debts they owed on student loans. “They’re not even able to pay the interest, let alone the principal on these loans,” Macha said. Sometimes this affects their ability to secure other loans, Macha said. In such cases, Jenkins told Macha they should contact her office and she would try to help. “We can help troubleshoot,” Jenkins said. In regards to the Affordable Care Act, Iolan Derf Apt said he and his wife, Janet, were facing higher premiums under their new plan. The pair contract out their services, she as a dental hygienist and he as an engineer. “We were fine under Blue Cross, but then were told we couldn’t keep our plan,” he said. Jenkins sympathized with their plight. Bill Walden, Iola pharmacist, complained about new rules under Medicare that designate “preferred” pharmacy networks for enrollees. Typically, the pharmacies are national chains, he said.
would appreciate more hours and blamed the health care act for forcing employers to keep employees at part-time status for fear they would be forced to provide them health insurance benefits. She viewed immigration reform in the same manner, saying border security remains a serious problem. “No one is watching our borders,” she said. Even if Congress addressed immigration reform, Jenkins said she has no confidence such legislation “would be enforced,” under the Obama administration. “The rule of law is out the window,” she said. Iolan Stan Grigsby said, “Immigration is what made this country great, but it’s the illegal immigrants that are the problem. Congress and the president are all guilty of not fixing this,” he said. Virginia Macha said she worried about the high cost of college and how young people she knew were struggling
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Mustang wrestlers eye state berths By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register
Allen Community College’s Josh Sweet swoops in for a field goal attempt in the first half Wednesday. The Red Devils surrendered an 18-point lead in the second half, but still prevailed in overtime, 91-84. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN
ALLEN STOPS SKID IN OVERTIME THRILLER By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register
Now that’s a fun way to end a losing streak. Bitter rivals separated by 20 miles of U.S. 169, Allen and Neosho community colleges filled the Allen gymnasium Wednesday with wild momentum swings, a few testy moments on the court and had raucous supporters of both schools on their feet for much of the game. Allen let an 18-point lead slip away in a span of 7 minutes and a saw six-point lead evaporate over the final 2:34. But the Red Devils never trailed in overtime, scoring the first five points of the extra session to claim a 91-84 victory. The win snaps a four-game skid for Allen. More importantly, the victory puts the Red Devils in a three-way tie for fourth place in the Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division standings, along with Neosho and Cowley, and back in contention for a potential
Allen’s Tray Fountain (5), Diallo Wesley (4), Courtney Stockard (11) and Cody Sluder celebrate after the Red Devils defeated Neosho in overtime Wednesday. home playoff game. “We still have some business to take care of, starting
Saturday,” Allen head coach Andy Shaw noted. “We need this type of crowd again.”
Shaw hopes for a win Saturday, but wouldn’t mind if it lacks in the theatrics of Wednesday’s classic. “I can feel the gray hairs spreading on my head as we speak,” he joked. He anticipated Neosho would rebound from Allen’s dominating first half, in which the Red Devils limited a team averaging 97 points per contest to just 24 before the break. “We just knew they were going to make a run,” he said. “Obviously, it was a lot bigger than what we had hoped, but the guys stuck with it and kept making plays.” Allen led 51-33 on Tyrone Jones’ nifty 3-point play at the 14:41 mark of the second half before Neosho came back with a vengeance. Sparked by a pressurized, half-court trapping defense, the Panthers forced a series of Allen turnovers and missed shots. The malaise carried over to the other end See ALLEN | Page B6
In order for Iola High’s wrestlers to advance to the Class 4A state tournament next weekend, they must first traverse a regional competition against some of the toughest wrestlers in the state. Mustang head coach Brad Carson previewed the action following a seeding meeting Wednesday. Mustang senior Bryce Misenhelter, the only IHS wrestler who qualified for state last year, must contend with a loaded 195-pound field that includes Ottawa’s Dalton Weidl, the top ranked Class 4A wrestler at that weight. Misenhelter, who has compiled a 33-2 record, is ranked second in the state. “Bryce may also have to face a Prairie View kid in the quarterfinals who’s pretty tough,” Carson said. Still, Misenhelter’s success at that weight — he bumped up from 182 pounds early in the season, and has lost only once at 195 — should bode well. The Mustangs’ Cody Conner (31-4) is the third seed at 152 pounds. He also faces a loaded regional, including William Holland of Prairie View. Connor Patton of Paola and Daniel Dees of Chanute are others who are capable of earning bids to Salina, Carson said. Andrew Garber has excelled since dropping from 195 pounds to 182 pounds, racking up a 28-11 record. He must contend with Prairie View’s William Holland, Burlington’s Nate Vander Linden and Santa Fe Trail’s Ethan Dean. Garber has split two matches See WRESTLERS | Page B5
And then there was one...
Second-half swoon does in ACC women
By JAY COHEN The Associated Press
By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register
CHICAGO (AP) — Fred VanVleet scored 22 points on perfect shooting and No. 3 Wichita State beat Loyola of Chicago 88-74 on Wednesday night to remain the only unbeaten team in major college basketball. Wichita State and topranked Syracuse began the day as the last Division I schools with perfect records. But the Orange lost 62-59 to Boston College in overtime, and the Shockers used an 11-2 run early in the second half to help close out the Ramblers. Cleanthony Early scored 18 points as Wichita State became the 19th school to begin a season with 28 straight victories. VanVleet was 6 for 6 from the field and made each of his 10 free throws. The Shockers (28-0, 15-0) can clinch the Missouri Valley Conference title with a victory at home against Drake on Saturday night. Milton Doyle scored 18 points and Jeff White had 14 for Loyola (9-18, 4-11), which has lost three straight and six of seven. Devon Turk fin-
Pretty much everything went right Wednesday for half of Allen Community College women’s rivalry matchup against visiting Neosho County. Pretty much everything else went wrong after that. The Red Devils saw Neosho storm back from a 12-point halftime deficit in the first five minutes of the second period, then take the lead for good with 6:40 left in a 74-65 win. “In the second half, they just wanted it more than we did,” Red Devil head coach Katie Mahoney said. Neosho’s Ashley Grant was the biggest thorn in Allen’s side. She exploded for 23 secondhalf points, including the bucket with 6:40 remaining to give the Panthers a 57-55 lead. The bucket started a 10-0 Neosho run. Her free throws with 4:23 left pushed the Panthers on top, 65-55. Allen got no closer than seven from there. “She just took over,” Mahoney said. “We knew she was
ished with 13 points. Boosted by a capacity crowd at cozy Gentile Arena, the Ramblers battled back each time the Shockers tried to pull away in their first visit to Loyola’s campus on the north side of Chicago since a 79-77 win on Feb. 9, 1976. It was just the third visit by a top-5 team to the Ramblers’ current home, joining No. 2 Michigan State in 2000 and No. 5 Kansas State in 2010. But every time Wichita State got a little push from Loyola, it just went back to its versatile group of athletic big men. The Shockers had a 41-24 rebounding advantage and went 31 for 34 from the free throw line, compared to 11 of 14 for Loyola. Chadrack Lufile had consecutive three-point plays to help Wichita State open a 52See WSU | Page B6
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Allen Community College’s Reagan McClellan, left, tangles with Neosho’s Ashley Grant Wednesday in the Red Devils’ 74-65 loss. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN
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OF “XXII WINTER OLYMPICS” ON NBC
•You’ve done Olympic commentary before, but you joined coverage of the current Games several days late. Why was that?
My kids are in school, and I don’t have baby sitters. My son Matthew came to Torino for a little while, and that was fun, and my husband came up to Vancouver for a couple of days. This is a very long trip, far away ... plus, I’m working. It’s not like I can take care of them all the time.
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•Are you a good traveler yourself?
I guess so. I’ve been doing it a long time. This is a long one, and it’s hard to sit for that long because I have really bad hips. When I try to stand up straight and it takes me something like three (airplane) aisles, people around me look at me like, “You’re way too young to look like that!” That’s something that’s developed over years, though. •Social media has been a major component of these Olympics. Are you active on sites such as Facebook and Twitter yourself?
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I am not. I have three kids and don’t seem to be able to make the time for it, because by the end of the day, I’m tired. I have a lot of driving to do, with after-school hours; my two little ones do gymnastics and ballet, and their activities just require me to be in my car a lot. Somehow, you’re also supposed to be able to fit in making dinner and doing laundry and all of that. My oldest, fortunately, drives himself now. That’s helpful. It’s also a little scary, but it’s helpful. FEBRUARY 23 - MARCH 1
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Extras!!! SUNDAY 12 p.m. on KFJX 2014 Daytona 500 The 2014 Sprint Cup season kicks into gear this afternoon from Daytona International Speedway for the 56th running of the Daytona 500. A field including Kevin Harvick.
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MONDAY 8 p.m. on KOAM Mike & Molly Mike (Billy Gardell) urges Molly (Melissa McCarthy) to start seeing a therapist. She agrees to go, but to say she’s not wild about the idea is an understatement in the new episode “Mind Over Molly.”
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TUESDAY 8 p.m. on KOAM NCIS: Los Angeles When a retired assassin called Tuhon becomes a suspect in a diplomat’s murder, Sam and Callen head to Mexico to track him down in the new episode “Tuhon.”
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WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. on KMBC The Middle Frankie (Patricia Heaton) learns that Mike (Neil Flynn) is due to receive an award from the quarry for his 20 years of service in the new episode “The Award.”
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against Vander Linden this year already. John Whitworth (2610) is the fifth seed at 160 pounds in a bracket featuring Taylor Watkins of Columbus, the topranked wrestler in that division. Josh Young of Burlington also could give opponents fits. “John isn’t as experienced as the other wres-
tlers, but he’s athletic enough to do well,” Carson said. “He’ll be ready to go.” Tavon Blazek carries the seventh seed into his 170-pound bracket, courtesy of his 24-15 record. Spring Hill’s Blake Hampton and Chanute’s Alex Son both are among the highest ranked wrestlers in the state.
“Tavon’s seed isn’t bad for a freshman,” Carson said. “He’s capable of putting kids on their backs.” Three other Iola wrestlers are unseeded. Travis Rieske will wrestle at 145 pounds with his 1715 record. Seth Sanford carries a 6-15 record at 220 pounds, while Colton Toney is 11-16 at 285 pounds.
Rieske is a senior; Sanford and Toney are freshmen. “I have two goals for the freshmen,” Carson said. “I want them to experience regional competition so they know what it’s like, and I want them to use this experience to help them set goals for the future.” The tournament wraps up Saturday.
Public notices (First published in The Iola Register, February 13, 2014) RESOLUTION NO. 2014-03 “A RESOLUTION FIXING A TIME AND PLACE AND PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF A HEARING BEFORE THE GOVERNING BODY OF THIS CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS, AT WHICH THE OWNER, HIS OR HER AGENT, LIENHOLDERS OF RECORDS, OCCUPANTS AND OTHER PARTIES IN INTEREST OF STRUCTURES LOCATED WITHIN SAID CITY AND DESCRIBED HEREIN MAY APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE WHY SUCH
STRUCTURE SHOULD NOT BE CONDEMNED AND ORDERED REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED AS AN UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS STRUCTURE.” WHEREAS, the enforcing officer of the City of Iola, Kansas, did on the 10th day of February, 2014, file with the governing body of said city, a statement in writing that the structure, hereinafter described, is unsafe and dangerous. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS:
That a hearing will be held on the 24th day of March, 2014, before the governing body of the city at 6:00 o’clock p.m., at the Park Community Building, 510 Park Avenue in Iola, Kansas at which the owner, his or her agent, and lien holders of record, any occupant and any other parties in interest, as that term is defined by law, of the structure located at: Lot Fifteen (15), Block Four (4), in the Edward’s East Addition to the City of Iola, Allen County, KS A.K.A. 423 S. Kentucky May appear and show cause
why such structure should not be condemned as an unsafe or dangerous structure and ordered repaired or demolished. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk shall cause this resolution to be published and shall give notice of the aforesaid hearing in the manner provided by law. Adopted this day of February, 2014. Joel Wicoff, Mayor Attest: Roxanne Hutton, City Clerk (2) 13,20
(First published in The Iola Register, February 13, 2014) RESOLUTION NO. 2014-01 “A RESOLUTION FIXING A TIME AND PLACE AND PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF A HEARING BEFORE THE GOVERNING BODY OF THIS CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS, AT WHICH THE OWNER, HIS OR HER AGENT, LIENHOLDERS OF RECORDS, OCCUPANTS AND OTHER PARTIES IN INTEREST OF STRUCTURES LOCATED WITHIN SAID CITY AND DESCRIBED HEREIN MAY APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE WHY SUCH STRUCTURE SHOULD NOT BE CONDEMNED AND ORDERED REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED AS AN UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS STRUCTURE.” WHEREAS, the enforcing officer of the City of Iola, Kansas, did on the 10th day of February, 2014, file with the governing body of said city, a statement in writing that the structure, hereinafter described, is unsafe and dangerous. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS: That a hearing will be held on the 24th day of March, 2014, before the governing body of the city at 6:00 o’clock p.m., at the Park Community Building, 510 Park Avenue in Iola, Kansas at which the owner, his or her agent, and lien holders of record, any occupant and any other parties in interest, as that term is defined by law, of the structure located at: Lot Twenty-one (21), Block One (1), in the Twiss Addition to the City of Iola, Allen County, KS A.K.A. 821 North St. May appear and show cause why such structure should not be condemned as an unsafe or dangerous structure and ordered repaired or demolished. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk shall cause this resolution to be published and shall give notice of the aforesaid hearing in the manner provided by law. Adopted this day of February, 2014. Joel Wicoff, Mayor Attest: Roxanne Hutton, City Clerk (2) 13,20
(First published in The Iola Register, February 13, 2014) RESOLUTION NO. 2014-02 “A RESOLUTION FIXING A TIME AND PLACE AND PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF A HEARING BEFORE THE GOVERNING BODY OF THIS CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS, AT WHICH THE OWNER, HIS OR HER AGENT, LIENHOLDERS OF RECORDS, OCCUPANTS AND OTHER PARTIES IN INTEREST OF STRUCTURES LOCATED WITHIN SAID CITY AND DESCRIBED HEREIN MAY APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE WHY SUCH STRUCTURE SHOULD NOT BE CONDEMNED AND ORDERED REPAIRED OR DEMOLISHED AS AN UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS STRUCTURE.”
WHEREAS, the enforcing officer of the City of Iola, Kansas, did on the 10th day of February, 2014, file with the governing body of said city, a statement in writing that the structure, hereinafter described, is unsafe and dangerous. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF IOLA, KANSAS: That a hearing will be held on the 24th day of March, 2014, before the governing body of the city at 6:00 o’clock p.m., at the Park Community Building, 510 Park Avenue in Iola, Kansas at which the owner, his or her agent, and lien holders of record, any occupant and any other parties in interest, as that term is defined by law, of the structure located at:
Lots One & Two (1&2), Block Forty-one (41), in the City of Iola, Allen County, KS A.K.A. 208 N. Chestnut May appear and show cause why such structure should not be condemned as an unsafe or dangerous structure and ordered repaired or demolished. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk shall cause this resolution to be published and shall give notice of the aforesaid hearing in the manner provided by law. Adopted this day of February, 2014. Joel Wicoff, Mayor Attest: Roxanne Hutton, City Clerk (2) 13,20
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36 lead with 15:43 to go. When the Ramblers pulled within 11 with 5? minutes left, Early made two foul shots and a 3-pointer to reach 1,000 career points and run the advantage back out to 16. Darius Carter added 13 points for Wichita State, which can close out a perfect regular season with three more wins. After the visit by the Bulldogs, the Shockers travel to Bradley before returning home for a tricky little finale
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against Missouri State. Wichita State trailed the Bears by 18 at halftime on Jan. 11, then rallied for a 72-69 overtime win. Early made each of his first three shots and had eight points when he picked up his second foul with 8:24 left in the first half, sending the senior star to the bench. Wichita State extended its lead to 35-24 before the Ramblers began to take advantage of Early’s absence inside. Carter scored inside on a layup and Matt O’Leary missed two 3s for Loyola in the final 42 seconds, leaving the Shockers with a 39-32 lead at the break.
Humboldt High School Basketball Monday, at Eureka Tuesday, vs. CHERRYVALE
Marmaton Valley High School Basketball Friday, vs. PLEASANTON Monday, vs. ALTOONAMIDWAY
Crest High School Basketball Today, vs. JAYHAWKLINN Tuesday, at Lebo
Yates Center High School Basketball Friday, at Fredonia Tuesday, vs. BURLINGTON
Southern Coffey Co. High School Basketball Friday, at Lebo Tuesday, at Uniontown
Allen Basketball Saturday, vs. LABETTE, women 2 p.m., men 4 p.m. Softball Tuesday, vs. KANSAS CITY, KAN, 2 p.m. Baseball Saturday, at Seminole (Okla.) JC, 1 p.m. Monday, vs. OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN, 3 p.m.
Wichita State Basketball Saturday, vs. DRAKE, 7 p.m. TV: Ch. 22 Wednesday, at Bradley, 7 p.m.. TV: ESPN2 (Ch. 33)
Kansas State Basketball Saturday, at Oklahoma, 3 p.m. TV: Big 12 Network Tuesday, at Texas Tech, 6 p.m. TV: ESPN2 (Ch. 33)
Kansas Basketball Saturday, vs. TEXAS, 6:30 p.m. TV: ESPNU (Ch. 244) Monday, vs. OKLAHOMA, 8 p.m. TV: ESPN (Ch. 32)
Kansas State fends off Texas Christian MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State was coming off a threegame stretch that included a hard-fought win over Texas, a heartstopping overtime victory over Kansas and a double-overtime defeat at Baylor. In the eyes of Bruce Weber, the Wildcats were emotionally spent with TCU coming to town. “No matter what we say, we’re probably not going to come out with great emotion and focus,” the Wildcats’ coach said after a lackluster 6563 victory Wednesday night. “Not a great crowd,
so you can’t play off the crowd — they didn’t get us excited when we go on a run,” Weber said. “So you have to bring your own energy.” They finally did in the second half. Thomas Gipson had 16 points and 11 rebounds, Marcus Foster added 13 points and the Wildcats used a 15-2 run charge midway that eventually allowed the Wildcats to seize control. Nino Williams added 11 points and Will Spradling had 10 for the Wildcats (18-8, 8-5 Big 12), who matched a school record with their 14th consecutive win at Bramlage Coli-
Allen: Red Devil men win in OT Continued from B1
High School Basketball Friday, at Wellsville, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, vs. ANDERSON COUNTY, 4:30 p.m. High School Wrestling Friday-Saturday at Class 4A Regionals, Burlington.
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of the court as Allen was whistled for 10 fouls in five minutes. Not included was a doubletechnical when Allen’s Josh Sweet and Neosho’s Deshawn Terrell had to be separated. “Stuff like that happens when the games are as heated as this was,” Shaw said. “Thankfully, it didn’t escalate.” Neosho’s 7-foot freshman, Joseph Acuil’s, steal and layup capped the Panthers’ 25-6 run and gave Neosho a 59-58 lead with just over 8 minutes left. Shaw surmised Neosho’s comeback happened so quickly, it allowed Allen to regain its footing. Raheem Tuner scored five straight points in one stretch for the Red Devils as the teams traded the lead six times over the next 3 minutes. Ben Uno drilled a 3-pointer to trigger a 10-2 Allen run, which was finished by Josh Sweet’s free throws at the 3:02 mark, putting the Red Devils in front, 72-66. Neosho’s Charles Cooper converted a 3-point
play with 2:24 left in the game before an Allen turnover led to a pair of Acuil free throws with 1:51 remaining. Sweet went 1 of 2 from the line on Allen’s next possession for a 75-73 lead. Kyler Steadman tied the game again with a pair of charities with 1:31 left. Allen’s subsequent possession ended with a shot clock violation — the Red Devils didn’t even attempt a shot until the buzzer sounded — but Neosho missed on a 3-pointer with 30 seconds left. Allen set up a final shot, but Sweet’s 3-pointer missed its mark with 3 seconds on the clock. Courtney Stockard started the overtime with a 3-pointer for Allen. He missed a trey on the Red Devils’ next possession, but Jones was there for the tip in and an 80-75 lead. Cooper’s layup pulled Neosho to within 8482, but Jones and Tray Fountain combined to hit 7 of 8 free throws over the final 1:11 to seal the win. Raheem Tyner led the
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going to go left every time, and we still couldn’t seem to stop her.” It was a far cry from Allen’s first half, in which the Devils shot at a 55 percent clip, while limiting Neosho to 31 percent shooting. That it came with leading scorer O’ceonna Weston on the bench with two fouls was even more telling. Allen trailed 16-11 when Weston was whistled for her second personal. Allen responded with a 24-6 run to push ahead by double digits. Rebecca Fisher got things started with a pair of 3-pointers, before Nicole Salazar scored on a runner and a 3-pointer. By the time Reagan McClellan converted a 3-point play at the 1:56 mark, Allen’s lead stood at 35-22. The Red Devils took a 39-27 advantage into halftime. “We played really well in the first half, as well as we’ve played in a while,” Mahoney said. “A lot of different girls stepped up for us.” Neosho shot 58 percent in the second half, including 4 of 7 from 3-point range. Allen’s shooting dropped to a frigid 29 percent after the break. “We were still get-
ting good looks, but we couldn’t get them to drop,” Mahoney said. Kylie Molisee led the way for Allen with 15 points and 19 rebounds, while Salazar had 14 points and five assists. Weston wound up with 13 points. Fisher scored nine and Kailey Cleaver had seven. “Kylie was very strong for us inside, and it was good to see Nicole start to get her shooting touch back,” Mahoney said. “She’s been getting better each game.” Grant wound up with 35 points and nine boards for Neosho. Danel Stithem had 12 points, all from 3-pointers, and Dena English scored 10. The loss keeps Allen winless in Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division action and drops the Red Devils to 7-20 overall. Neosho improves to 3-7 in conference and 11-17 overall. The Red Devils wrap up their home schedule Saturday against Labette.
Neosho (27-47—74) Allen (39-26—65) Neosho (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Alfonso 1-2-0-4, Gonzales 2/1-0-4-7, Yarbrough 0-0-1-0, Dunbar 0-23-2, Grant 13/1-6-1-35, Stithem 0/4-0-2-12, English 1/1-5-4-10, Williams 2-0-0-4. TOTALS: 19/7-1515-74. Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Salazar 4/2-0-4-14, Fisher 0/3-0-1-9, Molisee 7-1-0-15, Weston 5-3-4-13, McClellan 2-1-5-5, Cleaver 3-1-3-7, Stevens 1-0-0-2. TOTALS: 22/5-617-65.
way for Allen with 24 points. Jones followed with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Sweet scored 13; Stockard and Uno both had 12. Cody Sluder had 11 rebounds, four on the offensive end, while frequently being matched up against the taller Acuil. Fountain had three steals, Jones blocked a pair of shots, and Uno and Sweet both had two assists. “Raheem was strong again, and Ben Uno stepped up and hit a couple of big, big threes,” Shaw said. “Cody did a tremendous job inside.” Cooper scored 31 to lead Neosho, followed by Acuil with 21 points and 14 rebounds. Shaw praised the boisterous crowd. “This was as loud as I’ve heard this gym,” Shaw said. “The crowd was a huge reason why we won tonight. We really need them back here Saturday, because that game’s just as big.” Tipoff against Labette is about 4 p.m. Saturday.
Neosho (24-51-9—84) Allen (38-37-16—91) Neosho (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Batish 0/1-0-2-3, Acuil 8-5-3-21, Buckley 1-0-2-2, Terrell 2/1-1-5-8, Frantz 0-0-3-0, Jenkins 2-3-47, Steadman 0-4-0-4, Garland 0/2-0-2-6, Hernandez 1-0-3-2, Cooper 11/9-3-31. TOTALS: 25/4-22-31-84. Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Uno 3/2-0-5-12, Fountain 1-41-6, Sluder 2-0-5-4, Stockard 2/1-5-4-12, Sweet 3-7-2-13, Keiswetter 0-0-3-0, Jones 7-52-19, Watson 0-0-2-0, Tyner 8-8-4-24. TOTALS: 26/3-30-2891.
seum. “Obviously the first half, our defensive energy wasn’t how we played against Texas and Kansas. Our intensity wasn’t there,” Gipson said. “We were losing on our playhard chart a little bit. The second half we just got it together and started playing better team defense.” That’s what fueled the Wildcats’ big run, which allowed them to turn a 42-all tie into a comfortable cushion. They merely had to coax
the last few minutes off the clock to give Weber his 45th win since taking over the program. That moves Weber into a tie with current Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger for the most victories by any coach in his first two years at Kansas State. Kyan Anderson led TCU (9-16, 0-13) with 23 points, his fourth straight game of at least 20. But besides 12 points from Karviar Shepherd, the junior guard got precious little help.
Prep basketball roundup (Editor’s note: The Iola-Prairie View girls box score from Tuesday’s game was inadvertently omitted from Wednesday’s Register. We regret the error.) Prairie View (6-7-6-7—26) Iola (4-7-8-5—24) Prairie View (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Snyder 0-0-2-0, Brown 0-0-2-0,
Halaquist 3-0-2-6, Diehm 5-100-20, Boone 0-0-2-0, Waterman 0-0-1-0, Davis 0-0-3-0, Konitzer 0-0-3-0. TOTALS: 8-10-15-26. Iola (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Wade 1-0-3-2, Long 0-0-1-0, Piazza 0-0-3-0, Lohman 1/2-0-3-8, Haar 1-1-0-3, Driskel 2-5-2-9, Macha 1-0-1-2. TOTALS: 6/2-6-13-24.
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