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Bank to hold benefit for family Iolan seeks more animal control By KAREN INGRAM The Iola Register

Keshia Thompson, Iola, thought she had a normal life. She works as a teller at Great Southern Bank, was happily married with a young stepson and was looking forward to making the family grow with another child. “We’re as normal as can be,” she said. “My husband is a fireman here in Iola.” Her baby was not due until August, so she and her husband, Kenneth, had not even put the baby’s room together. They thought they had all summer. That all changed on April 16. Very suddenly, Thompson’s life was turned upside-down. Tiffany Johnston, teller supervisor at Great Southern Bank, was one of the first to find out something was wrong when Thompson contacted her to say she would not be coming in to work. “She texted me that morning and said she was having trouble and had to go to the

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Kenneth Thompson, left, and Keshia Thompson pose with their daughter, Klowie. COURTESY PHOTO hospital,” Johnston said. “She did and they said she was in labor.” Thompson’s water had bro-

ken. She was 10 centimeters dilated and in labor by the See THOMPSON | Page A5

An increase in fox activity and the ever-present problem of feral cats in Iola has led one City Council member to seek discussion about options to better utilize the city’s Animal Control services. Steve French, Iola, said there has been a problem with foxes, groundhogs and coyotes, particularly on the north and south sides of town. “I don’t want people to think I’m naive that we don’t have wild animals,” French said. Animals migrating through the area are normal, but he’s more concerned with the ones that are “staying and inhabiting the area permanently.” French said that several elderly women in his neighborhood have groundhogs living under their houses.

At first it was just one, and then it was killed by a car, but apparently it had babies before it died. French further encountered problems when he contacted Animal Control to remove the first groundhog. Currently, Animal Control, which is run by Code Enforcements, only captures loose dogs and animals that appear to be sick or may otherwise be dangerous. Feral cats and other nuisance animals are left up to citizens to take care of. Animal Control provides humane traps to the homeowner, who is expected to capture the animal and release it outside of town, then return the trap. Shonda Jefferis, code enforcement officer, explained they only have a part-time staff member dedicated to catching animals. Additionally, they have no weapons, so if the animal in question See ANIMAL | Page A5

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City officials consider new sales tax for streets By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

LAHARPE — The city is strongly considering asking its voters to approve a sales tax in order to build up funds for street upkeep. City Council members discussed the matter at their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, noting most every street in town needs some type of repair, with scant funds available. City Superintendent Carol

Buzbee showed the Council a map denoting about four miles worth of roads in need of chip seal, at a cost of $26,000. The city has $28,000 in its budget from accumulating several years of state money. “And that’s just chip seal,” Buzbee said. “If we don’t have money, we don’t have roads.” Council members agreed seeking a sales tax vote was more palatable than increasing property taxes because

revenue would come from more than just residents living in city limits. Council members directed City Attorney Chuck Apt to draw up language for the referendum, with the hopes the vote would occur in the November General Election. Ray Maloney, who owns Ray’s Metal Depot on the north edge of town, encouraged council members to seek other sources of funding, noting city residents still would foot a lion’s share of

the bill. While the city has some retail outlets, most of the revenue would come from taxes assessed to utility and telephone bills, Maloney said. He wondered if the city could cut spending in other ways, such as by selling cityowned buildings around town and move all equipment to City Hall for storage. The Council agreed to at least consider some of Maloney’s suggestions, but noted the sales tax would still be the

most feasible way to generate a steady source of income. How much would be generated wasn’t immediately known. Council members directed City Clerk Michelle Altis to nail down how much revenue a 1-cent tax would create. Apt told the Council the referendum language must be prepared by August in order to appear on the November ballot. See LAHARPE | Page A5

ANW Cooperative deals with changes By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register

HUMBOLDT — Special education funding is a balancing act for ANW Cooperative. As resources decrease, the demands grow, Robert Coleman, ANW Co-op director, said, and funding is a struggle. Further straining its budget is the requirement by next June to provide health insurance for its 225 paraprofessionals who have been denied the coverage until now with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. “It will be a challenge for next year and it is another looming cost,” Coleman said. “I do believe these people need healthcare and they should have been covered.” The mandate to provide the health insurance did not come with additional funds.

The Cooperative covers eight school districts in Allen, Anderson, Neosho, Wilson and Woodson counties. The co-op will have two registered nurses next year and four to five licensed practical nurses to help meet the demands of children who need medical assistance. In efforts to adjust to a reduced budget, the co-op will cut five positions next year despite the fact more special needs children are being enrolled in the public school system. Coleman said funding from Medicaid — a state and federally funded program — keeps going down. Coleman said Governor Sam Brownback has made claims that he has not decreased funding, which is partly true. The money has stayed the same amount for the last few years. See ANW | Page A5

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Business opens doors for man By KAREN INGRAM The Iola Register

On Tuesday, Jason Williams was at RVB Trucking, Iola, wearing layers of grease and a big smile. The rain didn’t bother him; he

was happy. He was grateful for the job he was doing for Dennis Ringwald’s RVB Trucking and grateful to be living what many may call the American Dream. Williams has a beautiful wife and two young sons and he started his own business

“A bride at her second marriage does not wear a veil. She wants to see what she is getting.” — Helen Rowland, journalist 75 Cents

from home. The business, SEK Garage Doors LLC, has three roots that started it all: the family business he worked in before striking out on his own, a business degree from Pittsburg State See GARAGE | Page A5

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Author coming to reading festival This month I’ll start with an author you can meet in person later this year. “Murder in Merino” by Sally Goldenbaum is the latest book in her “Seaside Knitters” mystery series. Set in Sea Harbor, Mass., the series features a group of fun and quirky ladies who knit and, of course, always seem to stumble into mysteries. The community is puzzled when a cottage is bought sight unseen by Julia Ainsley, who had no previous ties to Sea Harbor. Soon after, a murder victim turns up in the cottage’s back yard and the new owner becomes a suspect. The knitters gradually realize that while Ainsley may be a newcomer, the killing is tied to a longburied Sea Harbor secret. Goldenbaum will be at this year’s Family Reading Festival on Nov. 1, so read the book and then plan to meet the author. Kim Vogel Sawyer, a Christian fiction

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author, has written “Through the Deep Waters,” set in Florence, Kan., around 1900. Dinah goes to work in the Harvey House. Dinah is reluctant to get too close to either Ruthie, a pastor’s daughter who becomes her friend, or Amos, a farmer who shows an interest in her. She doesn’t want anyone to discover that she was born to a prostitute and raised in a brothel. T hir teen-year-old Travis lives in poverty on an Arkansas farm during the Civil War in “Poison Spring,” by Johnny D. Boggs. He uses a notebook given him by plantation owner Miss Mary Frederick to try to write ad-

venture stories similar to those of Alexandre Dumas. After the war comes to their doorstep, they lose much of what they have remaining and nearly their lives as well. Meanwhile, the Kansas Colored Infantry, after holding off two Confederate charges, runs low on ammunition and the soldiers are massacred at Poison Spring. The battle was real, although the characters are fictional. In “Delicious!” by Ruth Reichl, Billie Breslin is hired as assistant to the editor of Delicious! Magazine. She doesn’t cook herself, but she has a superhuman palate; she can taste any dish, discern its ingredients, and suggest the flavors it needs. When the magazine folds, Billie is the sole employee kept on to honor the magazine’s guarantee: “Your money back if the recipe doesn’t work.” Between phone calls from wacky subscribers in the old

mansion headquarters, Billie discovers a hidden room with a cache of letters from a young girl to Delicious writer James Beard during World War II. She also manages to face the secret in her past that she’s been running away from — the one that made her fear the kitchen. Many stories exist of people rescuing Jews from the Holocaust. “50 Children,” by Steven Pressman is one such moving story. In 1939, the U.S. was notoriously closed to Jews desperate to escape Nazi Germany. But one American couple, Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, found enough loopholes to bring 50 children to safety. The story has evidently been told in an HBO documentary of the same title. This book would be a good accompaniment for those interested in attending the library program on July 15, “Life in a Jar: the Irena Sendler Project.”

ACC switches banks By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register

Allen Community College will move its funds to a different bank. Steve Troxel, vice president for finance and operations, told college trustees Tuesday Great Southern Bank was changing its account charges to the college. Troxel sent bid requests to area banks to weigh the college’s options. Two, Landmark National Bank and Community National Bank, responded. Board Chairman Neal Barclay recused himself from discussion because he is a vice president at Landmark. The Iola branch of Community National said would like to have public funds but the decision by its home office in Chanute is to not take public funds at this time. CNB said it could provide an alterna-

tive option through a program that would provide coverage for anything in excess of the $250,000 up to $3 million. Community did not offer to pay interest on any funds, but Landmark did. CNB said it could provide an earnings credit to off-set service charges starting at 10 basis points. Landmark met the trustees’ requirements and they approved its bid. Cynthia Jacobson, vice president for student affairs, presented the board with a revised policy for admission as an international student. The policy was updated to meet the requirements of international travel and new college policies. The trustees approved the revised copy. The college has received 80 applicants for the baseball coach position. Interviews will be conducted later this month.

Marmaton Valley High School alumni host reunion The officers for 2014 are President Chris Elmenhorst (1978); Vice President Phyllis Talley Nelson (1961); Recording Secretary Myrna Parsons Wildschuetz (1967); Corresponding Secretary Ann Morrison Houk (1963); Treasurer Judy Welch (1958); and Historian Barbara Chalker Anderson. Attending were: From Moran — E.J. and Barbara (Ensminger) Siefker, Kenneth and Lucille Bacon, William Burche, Harold and Joy Houk, Don and Christine Garrison, Audrey (Moore) Maley, Everitt and Deloris Demeritt, Natasha Elmenhorst, Trista (Elmenhost) McVey, Tom and Bonnie McAdam, Jerry and Kathy Ward, Buddie and Deana David, Roger Houk, David and Janet Sager, Dale and Carliss (Stewart) Lynes, Jerry Sager and Sherry Doherty, Michaela Swindell, Mark Henderson, David and Ruth (Houk) Spangler, Larry and Sandra (Jefferies) Zornes, Wayne and Nancy Chandler, Richard and Ann (Morrison) Houk, Melvin and Phyllis (Talley) Nelson, Chris and Sherry (Steinbrook) Elmenhorst, Judy (Ensminger) Welch, Myrna (Parsons) Wildschuetz, Bill McAdam, described personal property: Dan and Donna McCall, 2007 Chevrolet 4 door wagDebbie Weast, Jerry Jackon, VIN 1GNDT13S572261108; man and Deanna Gardner. and 1999 Chevrolet Silverado From Lawrence — Donpickup truck, VIN 2GCEKald and Margaret (Bacon) 19T9X1271026; Fuston. From Shawnee — judgment having previously Bill and Lucille (Harris) Linbeen entered in favor of Plaincicome. From Hobart, Ind. tiff and against Defendants in — Larry LaRue. From Bosser the principal sum of $12,096.65, City, La. — Robert Snyder. plus interest and costs from and From Howard — Jim Stange. after January 21, 2014. The personal property described above From Gardner — Gerald and will be sold separately. Provided, Janice Booth. From Boonethat the terms of the sale shall ville, Mo. — Don Lind. From be cash or certified check. SucNorthport, Ala. — Pete and cessful bidder must pay the total Debbie Jefferies. From Parbid price in cash or by certified sons — Virginia (Norman) check within two hours of the Gudde. From Frontenac — end of the sale. The property Wanda (Bigelow) Sell. From may be viewed prior to sale at 1721 East Street, Iola, Kansas. Chanute — Jerry and Rosie Bryan J. Murphy Freeman, Bruce and Sha-

MORAN — One hundred ninety-five alumni and guests were at Marmaton Valley High School May 24 for the 117th annual Moran/ Marmaton Valley High School Alumni Association banquet and annual meeting. Entertainment was provided by Barbara Chalker Anderson, who presented a historical look at Moran’s past. Special recognition was given to the classes ending in 4 and 9. Additional recognition was given to the following:  Traveling the farthest was Mary Ann (Klimek) Troxel of Ventura, Calif.; the oldest female graduate was Norma Gudde (Class of 1940); the oldest male graduate was Kenneth Bacon (1943); and the oldest person who served in the military was Bill Burche (1944). Mark Henderson and Michaela Swindell, representing the senior class of 2014, also attended.

Public notices (First published in The Iola Register on June 12, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS SIGG FINANCIAL SERVICES, L.L.C., Plaintiff, vs. JOSHUA REID CRAWFORD and KRISTEN CRAWFORD, Defendants. CASE NO. 2014 LM 30 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE Under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the District Court of Allen County, Kansas, case number 2014 LM 30, in which Sigg Financial Services, L.L.C., is Plaintiff, and Joshua Reid Crawford and Kristen Crawford are Defendants, I will, on the 9th day of July, 2014, at 10:00 o’clock a.m., offer at public auction at 1721 East Street, Iola, Kansas, and sell, free and clear of all liens to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, the following

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(First published in The and sell, free and clear of all liens Iola Register on June 12, 2014) to the highest and best bidder for IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF cash in hand, the following deALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS scribed personal property: SIGG FINANCIAL SERVICES, L.L.C., 2010 Ford Escape 4 Door VIN Plaintiff, 1FMCU9D77AKB95092; vs. judgment having previously been entered in favor of Plaintiff LINDA F. HER, CHAD A REIMER and and against Defendants in the YEE J. HER, Defendants. principal sum of $16,255.94, plus CASE NO. 2013 LM 120 interest and costs from and after December 20, 2013. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE Under and by virtue of an OrProvided, that the terms of the sale shall be cash or certified der of Sale issued out of the District Court of Allen County, check. Successful bidder must pay Kansas, case number 2013 LM the total bid price in cash or by certified check within two hours 120, in which Sigg Financial Services, L.L.C., is Plaintiff, and Linda of the end of the sale.The property may be viewed prior to sale at F.Her, Chad A. Reimer and Yee J. Her are Defendants, I will, on the 1721 East Street, Iola, Kansas. 9th day of July, 2014, at 10:00 Bryan J. Murphy Allen County Sheriff o’clock a.m., offer at public auction at 1721 East Street, Iola, Kansas, (6) 12, 19

Rummage Sale Iola’s Masonic Lodge Friday, June 13 • 4 - 8 p.m. Saturday, June 14 • 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. This sale is to honor: Golda Fletcher-Colles

ron (Elrod) Jackson and Stephen and DeeAnn Calif. — Dale and Mary Ann (Klimek) Troxel. From (Donald) Parsons. From Welda — Kendall Hut- Richmond — Barbara (Maley) Watkins. From ton. From Copan, Okla. — Polly (Upton) Sells. Chase, Illinois — JeffSager. From Caney — VeFrom Salina — Lillie (Price) Norman and mon and Dorothy (Mann) McVey. From Joplin Jim and Ellen Price. From Bronson — Mar- — Karen (Bigelow) Fritchey, Bonnie (Bigelow) vin and Hazel (Stewart) Dickerson, Glenn and Weast. From Humboldt — Dennis and Serena Retta Smith, Paul and Beth Tinsley, and Harley (Hutton) Lust. From Bellevue, Nebraska — Denis and Beverly (Bacon) Fuhrman. From Broken and Sherry Lust. From Galena — Melvin Vanatta. Bow, Okla. — Delbert and Joan Ludlum. From From Golden, Mo. — George and Leona (Lust) Mound City — Paul and Wyoma Jackson. From Beezley. From Olathe — Janice (Tomlinson) Chesterfield, Mo. — Paul and Mary Spangler. Brown and Douglas and Barbara (Barnes) Wray. From Greenwood, Mo. — Kirby Vanatta. From From Lenexa — Larry and Cathrine Lust. From lndependence — Carolyn Kay (Higenbothem) Broomfield, Colo. — David and Catherine Lust. Naff. From Allen, Texas — Gail Ross. From Kan- From Osawatomie — Carles and Helen (Hicks) sas City, Mo. — Bob Ensminger and Mike and Brand. From Redfield — Jim and Jancie (JohnPam (Sager) Schmitt. From Valley Center — Da- son) Fewins. From Savonburg — Steve Hale and vid and Billie Strunk. From Mesquite, Okla. — Glenn and Cindy (Ludlum) Richie. From FlemingSame Phillippi. ton, Mo. — Arthur Chapman. From Santana — From lola — Joe Lilly, Jack and Beverly Rod Rooney. From Indianapolis — Gary and Pat (McAdam) Franklin, Clyde Anderson, Ted and (Sager) Stern. From Grand Bay, Ala. — Mike and Norma (Arnold) Sager-Stahl, Barbara (Chalker) Maria Caton. From Smyrna, Tenn — David and Anderson, Twyla (Flynn) Norman, Helen (Vana- Mila Baker. From Leawood — James and Phyllis tta) Franco, Andy Evans, Steve Leake, Stanley (Gates) Van Horn. From The Woodlands, Texas — and Donna (Doughtery) Crisby, John and Carol Brandon and Colleen Sager. From Collinsville, Sager, Carl and Mary Ellen (Murrow) Stanley, Okla. — Troy and Brette (Sage) Baldeon. From Melvin and Mary Ellen (Stewart) Price, Leon Blue Mound — Leroy and Jean (Alumbaugh) and Judy Thompson, and David and Beverly Jackson. From Overland Park — Don and Sylvia (Brown) Flack. (Shong) Wright. From Plattsmouth, Neb. — SheFrom Fort Scott — Audrey (Haberbosh) lia Henderson. Elmer, Hallie (Haberbosh) Cannon, and Jean Other guests — Cindy Chalker and Kaysha Jackson. From Erie — Dallas and Donna (Houk) Elmenhorst. McCoy. From Elsmore — Janet (Houk) Jackson, The dinner was catered by the Chicken Gary and Sharon Henderson, and Rex and Kris- Shack, Bronson. The next banquet is May 23, tine (Johnson) Vanatta. From Bartlesville, Okla. 2015. — April (Johnson) Courtney. From El Dorado — Melva (BiSaturday Today Tomorrow gelow) Lincicome. From Cedar Falls, Iowa — Fune (Bigelow) Green. From Topeka — Wallace and Della (Boeken) McGie, Charles and Barbara (Stange) Kater, and Ferman and Sue (Senseney) Fowler. 84 70 From Carthage, Mo. — Cal73 78 55 58 vin and Ruby (Crocker) Pearman. From Wichita — Butch and Rosie Shisler. From Ventura,

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Route 1 — Olivia Carney, 316 S. Walnut St., Iola, 620-363-2829 — (S. State St., 400 W. Madison Ave., 500-600 West St., Bruner St., Campbell St., Scott St., Park St., Acres St., High St., Davis St., S. Walnut St., S. Chestnut St., and some of W. Neosho St.). Route 3 — Sue Keller, 703 S. Washington Ave., 620-228-3828 — (S. Washington Ave., part of Acres St., W. Broadway St., W. Neosho St., and W. Spruce St.). Route 4 — Logan Roettgen, 209 S. Tennessee, 620-228-0451— (S. Jefferson Ave., S. Sycamore St., South St. 300 block on, 100-200 E. Irwin, E. Calhoun, 206 1/2 E. Broadway Apartments) Route 5 — Logan Roettgen, 209 S. Tennessee, Iola, 620-2280451 — (S. Buckeye St., S. Cottonwood St., 300-400 E. Irwin St., 200-400 E. Broadway). Route 6 — Levi Seilonen, 208 S. 2nd St., Iola 620-363-2371 — (S. Colburn St., S. Oak St., S. Elm St., S. 1st St., 400-700 E. Spruce St., 500-800 E. Broadway St.). Route 7 — Abygail Roettgen, 209 S. Tennessee, 620-228-0422 — (S. 3rd St., S. 4th St., 900 E. Broadway St., 1019 E. MadisonS. Kentucky St., S. Ohio St., S. Tennessee St., S. Vermont St.). Route 8 — Andrew Garber, 416 N. Chestnut, 620-228-1874 — (N. State St., N. Chestnut St., W. Madison 200 block on). Route 9 — Andrew Garber, 416 N. Chestnut, 620-228-1874 — (10-1100 N. Walnut St., 200 W. Jackson Ave., 200 W. Douglas St., 113-201 W. Lincoln St.). Route 10 — Dravin Luttrell, 725 N. Elm, 620-363-2140 — (N. Walnut St. 1200 block on, W. Garfield St., Guest Home Estates, Northwestern St., Northwestern Cir., Prairie Dr., Timber Dr.). Route 11 —Devon Wilson-Wing, 818 N. Sycamore St., Iola 620363-0839 — (N. Washington Ave., North St. to Buchanan St., 2 E. Buchanan St., 10-20 W. Buchanan, and Monroe St.). Route 12 — Devon Wilson-Wing, 818 N. Sycamore St., Iola 620-363-0839— (200-600 N. Jefferson Ave., 200-523 N. Sycamore St., 100-500 N. Buckeye St., 100-300 E. Monroe St., 400 block E. Douglas St., 200-506 N. Cottonwood St., 202 E. Jackson Ave., 410-519 N. Oak St.). Route 13 — Devon Wilson-Wing, 818 N. Sycamore St., Iola 620-363-0839— (600-1400 N. Jefferson Ave., 4-102 E. Buchanan, 4, 116 W. Edwards). Route 14 — Jessica Tidd, 1418 Virginia Rd., 620-380-1259 — (217 North St., Townhouse East and 217 N. Washington Ave., Townhouse West) Route 15 — Evelina Dyche, 920 N. Washington, 620-228-4210 — (E. Garfield St., Garfield Rd N., Windsor Place, White Blvd., E. Alamosa Cir., W. Alamosa Blvd., 1200-1400 N. Cottonwood St., Mustang Cir.) Route 16 — Scott Black, 413 S. Jefferson, Iola, 620-363-0085 — (600-1300 N. Buckeye, 700-1110 N. Cottonwood St., 321 E. Buchanan St., 600-1300 N. Sycamore St., E. Jim St., 120 E. Garfield St.). Route 17 — Alex Morris, 907 N. Buckeye, 620-228-0197 — (500-700 E. Lincoln St., N. Oak St., N. Elm 300 block on, 400710 N. Colburn St.). Route 18 — Dallin Cox, 216 S. 4th St., Iola 620-605-4291 — (N. 1st St., N. 2nd St., 800 block of E. Jackson Ave., part of E. Lincoln St., 818 E. Carpenter). Route 19 —Dallin Cox, 216 S. 4th St., Iola 620-605-4291 — (N. 3rd St., N. 4th St., Tara Gardens, 900-1110 E. Carpenter St., 902-1101 E. Douglas St., 1105 E. Lincoln). Route 20 — Jennifer Tidd, 1418 Virginia Rd., 620-380-1259 — (The Square, 100-300 South St., 100-220 S. Jefferson Ave., 1102 N. Washington Ave., 9-19 N. Jefferson Ave., 110 East St., 1-108 E. Madison Ave., 1-115 E. Jackson Ave., 2-224 S. Washington Ave., 9-120 W. Madison Ave.). Route 21 — Trevor Gray, 616 South St., 620-228-3341 — (217 E. Madison Ave. to 1000 block, 700 block East St. on, S. 2nd St.). Route 22 — Dallin Cox, 216 S. 4th St., Iola 620-605-4291 — (Low numbers on N. Buckeye, 200-700 E. Jackson Ave., 8-19 N. Sycamore St., East St. thru 700 block, 200 N. Elm St., 200 N. Colburn St., 400-500 E. Monroe St., 100 N. Cottonwood St.). Route 23 — Sam Terhune, 601 N. 1st Street, 620-228-2678 — (Meadowbrook Rd. East and West) Route 24 — Jason Garber, 202 S. Main, LaHarpe, 620-363-4280 — (N. Kentucky 700 block on, E. Buchanan St., Redbud Ln., Kenwood Cir., Sterling Heights Addition). Route 25 — Tavon Blazek, 323 Eisenhower Dr., Iola, 620-3632466 — (N. Kentucky thru 600 block, N. Ohio St., N. Tennessee St., 1200-1300 block E. Carpenter St., 1100-1300 E. Lincoln St., 1100-1321 E. Douglas St., 1200-1300 E. Breckenridge). Route 26 — Trevor Gray, 616 South St., 620-228-3341 — (N. Vermont St., Kansas Dr., 1500 E. Carpenter St. on, Eisenhower Dr., Wilson Ln.). Route 27 — Dravin Luttrell, 725 N. Elm, 620-363-2140 — (Dodge Dr., Holiday Ln., Kansas Ave., Holiday Cir. North and South). Route 28 — Rhianna Bland, 839 Wilson Ln., 620-228-3950 — (1800-2600 N. Cottonwood St., E. and W. Miller Rd., Funston St., Pryor St., Canary Ln, Cardinal Dr.).

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Route 32 — Glenda Madison, PO Box 234, Gas, 620-365-7605 — (North side of Gas). Route 38 — Glenda Madison, PO Box 234, Gas, 620-365-7605 — (South side of Gas). Route 33 — Gina Veer Kamp, 414 5th St., 620-852-3479 — (Colony).

Route 34 — Tammy Bunce, 408 E. 2nd, Moran, 620-363-4654 — (Moran).

Route 39 — Jason Garber, 202 S. Main, LaHarpe, 620-363-4280 — (LaHarpe)

HUMBOLDT ROUTES Route 41 — Nate Todd,1224 New York St., Humboldt, 620-2126797 — (Northwest Section - 300-800 Bridge St., 500 Osage St., 200-800 Central St., 300 Neosho St., 200-800 Charles St., 600-1200 Franklin St., 300-1100 N. 2nd St., 200-500 N. 4th St., 400 N. 5th St., 100-500 N. 6th St., 300-1100 N. 7th St., 100-800 N. 8th St., 400-1200 N. 9th St.). Route 42 — Brandi Gonzalez, 1318 New York St., Humboldt, 620-228-9268 — (Northeast Section - 900-1300 Bridge St., 1200 Osage St., 900-1700 Central St., 1200-1700 Neosho St., 1000-1600 Charles St., 1200 Elm St., 600-1600 Signor St., 100 Amos St.,1000 Kansas St., 400 N. 9th St., 300-1000 N. 10th St., 100-900 N. 11th St., 200-600 N. 12th St., 500 N. 13th St., 400 N. 14th St., 300 N. 16th St.). Route 43 — Chris Gonzalez, 1318 New York St., Humboldt, 620-228-9268 — (Southeast Section - 900 Leavenworth St., 400 Pine St., 900-1200 Sycamore St., 1300 Pecan St., 1000 Mulberry St., 900-1200 Cherokee St., 900-1300 New York St., 900 Bridge St., 200-1100 S. 9th St., 500-1200 S. 10th St., 500800 S. 11th St., 300 S. 12th St., 200 S. 13th St.).

Route 44 — Stanley Todd,1224 New York St., Humboldt, 620212-6797 — (Southwest Section - 600 Ohio St., 300-1100 Pine St., 100-700 Sycamore St., 400-900 Pecan St., 200-800 Mulberry St., 1900 Cherokee St., 100-800 New York St., 1-500 Bridge St., 500-700 S. 3rd St., 200-600 S. 4th St., 400 S. 5th St., 300-1400 S. 8th St., 200-1100 S. 9th St., 500-1200 S. 10th St.).

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

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Tax cut effects ‘underestimated’

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas appears to have understated the effects of tax cuts championed by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback in projecting revenues, the Legislature’s nonpartisan research staff said Tuesday in a report that reignited a sharp debate over how the governor’s aides have explained recent revenue shortfalls. State tax collections in April and May fell a total of $310 million short of the state’s most recent official revenue projections, which are used to set budgets. Secretary Nick Jordan stood by the state Department of Revenue’s assessment that the shortfalls are tied primarily to past disputes in Washington over federal tax and spending policies that led investors to avoid claiming capital gains in 2013, fearing higher federal taxes on them. Democrats have argued that most of the blame lies with personal income tax cuts approved in Kansas in 2012 and 2013 by the Republican-dominated Legislature at Brownback’s urging. The governor contends the cuts

John Hanna The Associated Press

are spurring economic growth and creating jobs, but Democrats argue the reductions were reckless and will starve public schools and government programs of needed funds. Also, if the state continues to collect less revenue than anticipated in coming months, it could face a projected budget shortfall that legislators would have to close next year, possibly by trimming spending they approved this year. The Kansas Legislative Research Department’s report Tuesday was its monthly update on revenues, and it acknowledged the capital gains issue raised by the Department of Revenue as a factor in the April and May tax collection shortfalls. But it also said, “it appears some of the fiscal notes (estimates) associated with various income tax law changes enacted in 2012 and 2013 were understat-

Not all Kansans will be able to vote in local races More than 18,000 Kansas voter registrations still in limbo By ROXANA HEGEMAN

The Associated Press

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas voters who registered using a national form without providing proof of U.S. citizenship will be given full provisional ballots during the Aug. 5 primary elections — but only the votes they cast in federal races will actually be counted, the state’s top election official said Tuesday. Secretary of State Kris Kobach told The Associated Press that fewer than 100 Kansas voters who used the federal registration form without providing citizenship documents will be affected. “No one is disenfranchised — any person can vote a full ballot by providing proof of citizenship,” Kobach said. “The notion a person is disenfranchised because they have to provide proof of citizenship is a silly one.” As of Tuesday, more than 18,000 Kansans still had their voter registrations suspended pending documentation of citizenship. The vast majority used the state form to register, and they will still not be allowed to vote at all in the primary or general election unless they prove to state election officials that they are U.S. citizens. The exception that allows the federal registrants to still vote in the August primaries for federal races comes because the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals stayed a judge’s ruling that had forced federal election officials to help Kansas and Arizona enforce their citizenship requirements. Kansas and Arizona are seeking to force the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to change its federal voter regis-

tration form for those states to include special instructions requiring citizenship documentation. In March, U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren agreed and ordered the commission to immediately modify its forms, but the 10th Circuit put that ruling on hold after the federal government appealed. OPPONENTS of proofof-citizenship requirements contend that the added documentation results in an overall decrease in registration of eligible citizens, undermining the purpose of the National Voter Registration Act. The states argue the requirement protects the integrity of their elections by ensuring noncitizens aren’t voting. Last week, the appeals court said it will hear oral arguments Aug. 25 in the case. But the hearing will take place after Kansas’ Aug. 5 primary election but a day before Arizona’s primary. Officials are hoping for a ruling from the appeals court before the November general elections. Arizona election officials have said they are moving ahead with a two-tier election system allowing those who registered using the federal form and provided no documentation to vote only for federal offices. About 1,550 Arizona voters have registered using the federal form. In Kansas, all voters will be getting the same ballot with all races on it, Kobach said. But county election officials will later go through their provisional ballots and only count the votes the federal registrants cast for the federal races and throw out any votes cast for state and local races. He likened it to the partial provisional ballots given to voters who vote in the wrong precinct.

It appears some of the fiscal notes associated with various income tax law changes enacted in 2012 and 2013 were understated.

— Kansas Legislative Research Department

ed.” “We don’t have the data to tell us what the breakdown is,” said Raney Gilliland, the legislative researchers’ director. “We’re hoping that over the summer and fall, it becomes clearer.” Kansas will cut its top personal income tax rate by 40 percent by 2019, and it has eliminated the tax altogether for the owners of 191,000 businesses. But Jordan has said that taxes are being withheld from workers’ paychecks this year in amounts close to what the department expected. And on Tuesday, he said based on their tax returns, business owners have saved from $140 million to $150 million, less than the $160 million the department expected this year. Jordan said the numbers isolate a drop in taxes collected from capital

gains as the main cause of the recent revenue shortfalls, offsetting a windfall seen last year when investors claimed their capital gains early, for 2012. But in April and May 2012, tax collections were only $64 million ahead of expectations, according to the Legislative Research Department’s monthly reports. Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, a Topeka Democrat, said Brownback is “using false information to deceive Kansans.” But Jordan noted that the Department of Revenue employees who analyze the state’s tax collections have worked for both Democratic and Republican administrations. “I’m getting tired of the integrity of the Department of Revenue and its staff being called into question,” he said in a statement.

Wheat stymied By ROXANA HEGEMAN

The Associated Press

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Plagued by widespread drought since planting their winter wheat crop last fall, farmers in Kansas are now on the cusp of harvesting the smallest wheat crop since 1989 — that is, whenever it stops raining long enough for them to get into their fields to cut it. The rains came far too late to help the majority of the wheat crop in Kansas, the nation’s biggest producer of the grain. The state’s drought-stricken crop — as well as the arid conditions that decimated crops in Texas and Oklahoma — are behind the latest government forecast released Wednesday that revises downward the official estimate of the size of the nation’s wheat crop. The National Agricultural Statistics Service predicted that U.S. farmers will bring in 1.38 billion bushels of winter wheat. Their forecast is down 2 percent from a month ago and 10 percent from last year. An even bigger drop was estimated for the nation’s hard red winter wheat crop, the type grown primarily to make bread. The government pegged that estimate at 720 million bushels, down 3 percent from a month ago. Kansas, which grows mostly hard red wheat, is now forecast to harvest 243.6 million bushels, down 24 percent from last year. While the rains these past few days may still help fill the heads on immature wheat crops in northwest and west central Kansas, the moisture that came at harvest time elsewhere in the state not only delays harvest of mature wheat crops but may actually hurt wheat quality. Every time it rains, it knocks down the test weights of a ripe crop, said Aaron Harries,

marketing director for the industry trade group Kansas Wheat. The drought-plagued wheat is also so short that the rain only serves to spur weed growth, meaning many farmers will be combining both wheat and weeds at harvest. The bleaker government production forecast came as no surprise to the industry, which had anticipated it given the adverse weather conditions. “Once we get out there and get underway with harvest, we will have a better feel,” Harries said. Many of the custom harvesters who follow the ripening wheat crop across the nation’s breadbasket are entirely skipping Texas and Oklahoma this year because of poor crops there and simply waiting for harvest to begin in Kansas, Harries said. “We would be harvesting right now if it wasn’t wet,” he said. A few farmers got into their fields last week around Conway Springs in south central Kansas for a little test cutting before the rains shut everything down, said Pat Lies, manager of the Farmers Co-op Grain Association elevator there. The quality of the wheat they brought in then was good. Wednesday’s government forecast pegged average yields nationwide at 42.4 bushels per acre. In Kansas, the average yields were forecast at 29 bushels per acre, down 9 bushels from last year and the lowest yield since 1996. While the government forecast for U.S. wheat as a whole was down, the latest government report had one bright spot: The forecast for soft red winter, at 454 million bushels nationwide, is up 2 percent from last month’s estimate. The nation’s white winter wheat is estimated at 206 million bushels nationwide, down 1 percent from a month ago.


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For Republican Party far right becoming too moderate The forces of political nihilism not only remain alive and well within the Republican Party, but they are on the rise. Witness the way they shook Washington on Tuesday by removing from power Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, who had been one of the most implacable opponents to the reform of immigration, health care and taxation. His crime (in addition to complacent campaigning)? He was occasionally obliged, as a leader, to take a few minimalist steps toward governing, like raising the debt ceiling and ending a ruinous shutdown. For that he was pilloried in his Virginia district by a little-known resident of the distant extremes, David Brat, whose most effective campaign tool was a photo showing Mr. Cantor standing next to President Obama. By falsely portraying the seven-term incumbent as just another compromiser, just another accommodationist to the power of big government, Mr. Brat managed the unimaginable feat of bringing down a majority leader in a primary, and by double digits. “Cantor is the No. 1 cheerleader in Congress for amnesty,” Mr. Brat wrote in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Friday. This is utter nonsense. More than anyone else in the House, including Speaker John Boehner, Mr. Cantor was responsible for

the chamber’s refusal to vote on the Senate’s immigration bill. He personally refused to allow a vote on an amendment to give legal status to undocumented immigrants who serve in the military. He did publicly muse about the possibility of a bill that would provide a path to citizenship for children brought to the country illegally, perhaps aware that the long-term future of the Republican party requires the support of some Hispanic voters. But after voting down

the real Dream Act in 2010, he never brought his own bill to the floor. He sent fliers around his district saying the “Obama-Reid plan to give illegal aliens amnesty” would ignore the rule of law and “reward people for illegal behavior.” He was nonetheless called “amnesty-addled” by one of Mr. Brat’s talk-radio surrogates. Mr. Cantor did vote repeatedly to raise the debt ceiling, as Mr. Brat likes to point out in his most irresponsible smear. But Mr. Cantor is bet-

Former Revenue Secretary blasts fiscal management Lots of people are buzzing about headlines that appeared in newspapers across the state this past week. Finally, the worsening fiscal condition of the state seems to be getting widespread attention.

Joan Wagnon

Former state budget director Duane Goossen, in a talk with the League of Women Voters, forecasted that the State will be in the red in one year. The following day Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan attacked Goossen’s credibility and denounced his revenue projections as untrue. Duane Goossen is one of the most credible people who has served our state. He worked as budget director under three governors — Democrat and Republican — and served 14 years in the Kansas House of Representatives as a Republican, mostly on the budget-writing committee. He served as one of the six revenue forecasters for 12 years. Duane’s numbers and projections are consistently accurate and reliable. Remember, state tax revenues fell $217 million short of projections in May. The drop in revenues for both April and May puts tax revenues $310 million below estimates for the fiscal year with only one month left. That is an undisput-

So, why are Brownback revenue officials misleading the public? It boils down to the November election.

ed fact. But Jordan said it wasn’t the fault of Governor Sam Brownback’s tax plan but was due to changes in federal tax policy that caused many taxpayers to take capital gains the prior year. Jordan also quoted a Rockefeller Foundation study to support his position. This claim did not hold up under scrutiny. Several newspapers reported an analyst with the Rockefeller Foundation said Kansas leaders misrepresented her research on the cause of the state tax revenue drop and that Kansas could be forced to make cuts in the near future. “In Kansas it’s really not of that much importance,” the analyst said, referring to the capital gains tax changes in a phone call to a reporter at the Wichita Eagle. So, why are Brownback revenue officials misleading the public? It boils down to the November election. Brownback made his income tax reduction plan the centerpiece of his administration’s accomplishments — putting Kansas on a “glide path to zero” in order to grow the state. However, study after study shows that cutting taxes, especially the way it was done in Kansas, doesn’t produce economic growth. And the severity

of the cuts is eating away at the things Kansans hold dear — good public schools, quality roads, and services for vulnerable populations. Without these, our quality of life suffers and growth will elude Kansas. Goossen is right about the revenue forecasts leaving the Kansas budget in the red in a year. The Rockefeller Foundation analyst is right about the cause of the downturn in revenues being attributable mostly to Brownback’s tax plan, not changes in federal tax policy. Last year the revenue department estimated that the drop-off in revenues attributable to the treatment of capital gains was approximately $30 million, not $217 million. Even if no one reported capital gains for 2013, the fiscal note would only be about $100 million — not $217 million, the actual size of the shortfall. In the eight years I served as Secretary of Revenue, (2003-2010) I always gave straight-forward, honest answers. It is sad for me to see revenue officials misleading Kansans about the fiscal condition of the state in order to sway public opinion prior to the election. Joan Wagnon was Kansas Secretary of Revenue, 2003-2010

ter remembered as the leader who, along with Mr. Boehner, openly encouraged the House Tea Party class of 2010 to begin a series of high-stakes debt standoffs with the White House that nearly plunged the country over the brink of default. Having unleashed the most destructive political impulses of his party, he finally fell victim to them. THOSE IMPULSES continue to batter the party around the country, producing candidates who are light-years

from the mainstream. Chris McDaniel, who has a strong chance of winning the June 24 runoff for the Republican nomination to Mississippi’s Senate seat, was the first to sign a new anti-immigrant pledge not to grant amnesty and to prevent growth of legal immigration. Joni Ernst, the new Republican nominee for Iowa’s Senate seat, is anti-amnesty, hates the Clean Water Act, and wants private Social Security accounts. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who won his primary on Tuesday, supports immigration reform but placated conservatives by regularly going on talk shows to bash Mr. Obama’s foreign policy and suggest the possibility of impeachment. Mr. Brat will probably go to Congress next year, joining Republicans like these who will face a momentous choice for their party. Will they replace Mr. Cantor and other leaders with even more divisive politicians determined to stage confrontations with the president at every juncture? Will they continue to ignore a stagnating economy, inadequate education and decaying cities? If they do, they will create an opening for Democrats. The majority of Americans remain appalled by this extremism and want better choices than the one in Virginia’s Seventh Congressional District. — The New York Times

Independent challenger welcome addition to race Approximately 30 percent of Kansas voters are registered as unaffiliated, but in most elections they end up voting for a candidate from one of the major parties. Olathe businessman Greg Orman hopes to change that trend by collecting at l e a s t 5,000 signatures by Aug. 4 to earn a place Greg Orman on the November ballot as an independent candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Pat Roberts. Kansans should welcome the addition of an independent candidate for elected office. Any effort that can expand voters’ options is worthwhile. Additionally, such a candidate provides the opportunity to bring the discussion closer to the middle and away from the fringes where primary elections typically live. And such a candidate can help keep party candidates from working to

Kansans should welcome the addition of an independent candidate. Any effort that can expand voters’ option is worthwhile. appeal to the extremes during the primary, only to move toward the middle during the general election. At first glance, it appears that Orman may bring some weight to an independent ticket that often lacks substance. He is a successful businessman, a longtime Kansan who isn’t beholden to a party machine, and a candidate whose platform doesn’t appear to be focused on a single issue. Whether voters plan to support an independent candidate in the general election or stick with their favorite party’s candidates, it’s at least worth supporting any effort that expands voter choices. All too often, Kansans are left with empty spaces on the ballot, and too many races in this state go unchallenged, giving the lone candidate an

easy path to victory. Democracy doesn’t work as it should when voters aren’t given viable choices across a wide spectrum of ideas. To be sure, Orman will have a tough road to unseat one of the party candidates, and in particular a Senator who has held his seat for as many years as Sen. Pat Roberts. But this election is shaping up to be an interesting one — with Roberts facing a hard right challenge from Milton Wolf, and Chad Taylor and Patrick Wiesner vying for the Democratic nomination. Add in a viable independent candidate in Greg Orman, and this could bring life to a Senate seat that has for too long been unquestionably handed to the incumbent. — The Hutchinson News

A�look�back�in�time � 40 Years Ago Week of June 8, 1974

Joe Bailey, Glen Hermrick and Delma French are officers of the new State Bank of Colony that will open for business Monday morning. Bailey is president of the bank. The

bank was formerly the Bush City State Bank, but Bailey said it was moving to Colony because Bush City was too small to support a bank any longer. ***** Fred Works, Humboldt, was elected the

1974 Kansas American Legion Boys’ State governor this year. ***** Iola’s former fire chief Ray I. Chard, died Friday morning of a heart attack. He had retired in 1970. He was fire chief for 37 years.


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ANW: Teacher recruitment low Continued from A1

“What happens is the money goes into a pot for transportation costs, special ed teacher reimbursement and catastrophic aid,” Coleman said. Trouble is, when the funding is distributed, certain categories to pre-

cedence. Transportation comes in first, followed by catastrophic aid, and then, finally, the remaining funds are allotted to special ed. Over the years transportation costs have fluctuated due to gas prices. When funding hasn’t

increased to help match these expenses it’s as if the money has decreased, Coleman said. It’s also hard to recruit teachers for this particular education field. “Demand is going up in special education but the resources are not,” Coleman said.

Coleman has been a special education educator for 30 years. He likes to see the students thrive. “Special education teaches individuals they can be successful in life,” Coleman said. “They should have that opportunity there for them.”

Garage: Home-based business takes off Continued from A1

University and, strange as it may sound, a brief stint parking cars at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Williams started SEK Garage Doors a year ago, selling, installing and repairing garage doors for homes and businesses in Iola, Chanute, Humboldt, Fredonia and other towns across southeast Kansas. They are fully insured for all job types. On days when he has door work to do, he often works from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., up to his elbows in grease and wearing a 30 lb. tool belt. “By the end of the day, I have red marks on my hips,” he said. After work, and on days when he does not have door work to do, he can be found at home doing paperwork, making phone calls and keeping the books. Sometimes he hires a young Amish man to help with big jobs, and his wife helps with office work, advertising and installing, but a lot of the work falls on Williams. “It’s exhausting and wearying,” he said. He had a pretty good idea of what to expect from starting his own

business, thanks to doing the same kind of work with his family before. All in all, Williams has been working on garage doors for about 11 years in the area and has built up a reputation for himself with customers. He also learned about business from studying in college, graduating from PSU in 2000. When he moved to Los Angeles in 2001, he had two important experiences. First, his job parking cars at the Beverly Hills Hotel gave him valuable experience with people. “It taught me how to speak and deal with the public,” he said. This experience would prove invaluable when he decided to start his own business and had to deal closely with customers on a daily basis. “Communication between customers is the most important part of customer service,” Williams said. “And having a smile, even if you don’t want to” is important in dealing with people. Most importantly, living in L.A. gave Williams the beginnings of his own family; it’s where he met his wife, Jennifer. She was

Communication between customers is the most important part of customer service. And having a smile, even if you don’t want to. — Jason Williams, SEK Garage Doors

doing casting for movies, working long hours and often coming home late at night and going straight to bed. “She loved it, but you know, it just wears you out. It’s just a rat race,” Williams said. Williams moved back to Kansas and six months later, Jennifer followed her heart and joined him. He started working at the family business before striking out on his own a year ago. Their sons are now 6 and 4, and Jennifer has cast herself in the role of full-time mom. When the youngest is old enough to go to school, she plans to devote more time to SEK Garage Doors. Williams said if his sons wish to get into the family business when they’re older, they’re welcome to, but what’s more important to him and his

wife is that their sons follow God and find something they love to do. Integrity is important to Williams. It’s why he uses CHI Overhead Doors from Arthur, Ill. — because the quality of the doors is superior, according to Williams, and they have excellent customer service. Williams said he prefers to let his work speak for itself. So far, this seems to be a recipe for success. The first year of business has gone well for SEK Garage Doors. “With God’s will, it’s only going to get better because I love what I do,” he said. Information on SEK Garage Doors can be found at www.sekgaragedoors.com or by calling 620-330-2732. Williams can also be reached by e-mail at sekgaragedoors@hotmail.com.

Thompson: Bank to host benefit Continued from A1

time she got to the hospital in Wichita. “It was just so fast,” Thompson said. “And I had no pain until I got to the hospital.” Thompson learned she had an incompetent cervix. This means the cervix can not bear the weight of the baby and dilates too soon, Thompson said. She stayed at the hospital for a week, bedridden and taking drugs to keep the baby in for as long as possible. This also means that if Thompson ever gets pregnant again, she will be at extremely high risk of miscarriage or

having another premature birth. Klowie Thompson was born on April 23, weighing only 1 pound and five ounces. She was only 24 weeks into her gestation — 16 weeks premature. Klowie has to stay in the hospital until her expected due date in August, at least. She is now, seven weeks later, weighing in at exactly 3 pounds. The bad news is, she still has a long way to go. She is still on a ventilator to breathe, she has a small hole in her heart and bleeding on the right side of her brain. “Premature babies are so expensive, it’s beyond

crazy,” Thompson said. The Thompsons have insurance, but there will be a deductible, of course. Thompson is staying at Ronald McDonald House in Wichita for free, which helps, but driving expenses are building up fast and the only one working at the moment is Kenneth. Needless to say, the young family is beginning to struggle with this unexpected burden. Johnston and other co-workers at Great Southern Bank immediately began brainstorming ways to help. “She’s part of our family, so we just want

to take care of her,” Johnston said. The bank staff have decided to hold a benefit car wash for the Thompson family 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 28 at Casey’s General Store on Madison, next to the old hospital. If people are unable to come to the car wash, they can also bring donations to Great Southern Bank, 119 E. Madison. “We’re extremely grateful for everyone in Iola, whether they can help or not, just knowing that they’re thinking of us,” Thompson said.

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LaHarpe: Tax

Continued from A1

THE CITY wants to

rid itself of a vacant building next to City Hall. Council members wonder if the building still has enough value — it still has climate control systems connected — that somebody might pay in order to take possession, rather than pay somebody to remove it. The building was used as an auxiliary classroom area. “We’ll see what kind of offers we can get,”

Mayor said.

Cynthia

Carr

COUNCIL members again agreed to provide traffic cones and tables for the upcoming LaHarpe PRIDE Patriot’s Challenge/Color Splash. The third annual event is a 5-kilometer run or 3-kilometer walk in which participants can periodically douse themselves with powdered paint along the way. The run begins at 8 a.m. June 28 at the LaHarpe City Park.

Animal: Traps

Continued from A1

seems dangerous, they have to call upon the police department to assist. “This spring and summer we’ve had a lot of calls from concerned people about the foxes,” Jefferis said. “There’s just not a lot we can do about it. I think the fox popula-

public about them. She also said people should exercise caution when trying to capture them. Leg traps are not permitted in town, as they pose a danger to pets and small children. Firearms are also not allowed to use on foxes or other animals in town. She couldn’t remember

This spring and summer we’ve had a lot of calls from concerned people about the foxes. There’s just not a lot we can do about it. I think the fox population has taken off in recent years. — Shonda Jefferies, Iola code enforcement officer

tion has taken off in recent years.” When French went to get a trap, they only had two available, both of which were too small for the groundhog to fit in. Animal Control has a total of six traps of varying sizes, but quite often only has one or two on hand because the others are checked out. Additionally, French said the average person doesn’t know anything about catching and releasing wild animals. “I’m not a trapper. I don’t know anything about it,” he said. He was also concerned with the danger of average, untrained people interacting with wild animals, whether they were considered dangerous or not. “If you startle a wild animal, they’re prone to protect themselves” and their babies, he said. Jefferis said foxes normally leave dogs and cats alone. They have created a fact sheet to educate the

the policy on poison offhand, but advised against it because it also poses a risk to pets and children. French brought up the issues regarding wild and feral animals at the City Council meeting on Monday and asked that it be added to the agenda for the next meeting on June 23. He hopes they can come up with solutions, such as finding a grant to spay and neuter feral cats to control the population, increasing the number of traps and finding a better location to move wild animals to. French said it would be a good idea for Iolans to come to the meeting to contribute to the discussion. The meeting will be at 6 p.m., June 23 at the New Community Building in Riverside Park. For those unable to attend, or who wish to speak to French beforehand or ask questions, he can be reached at 620-365-6051 or 620-2282887.

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Chief Justice to judge cowboy poetry Pittsburg to get By DION LEFLER The Wichita Eagle

poetry competitors put into their presentations — along with the occa­ sional rope trick or two. “Judging Kansas cowboy poetry is pure pleasure, every second of every hour,” he said. Nuss will sit on a panel of celebrity judg- Lawton Nuss es that also includes Kyle Bauer of KFRM Radio, Frank Buchman of WIBW-FM, and Marie Martin of the Flint Hills Discovery Center Foundation. Nuss comes by his interest in the cowboy way honestly. His mother’s family has been running cattle out by Dodge City

That Lawton Nuss is one poetic justice. Nuss, chief justice of the Kansas Supreme Court, will be dispensing some frontier judgment Friday at the annual Kansas Cowboy Poetry contest in Alma. This ain’t his first rodeo when it comes to judging cowboy poetry. He’s done it every year since the contest began in 2011. “It’s a very enjoyable experience,” Nuss said. “I get to rub shoulders with the real working cowboys and cowgirls.” Nuss said he’s wowed by the depth of thought, humor and authenticity that the top cowboy

with the classic “western snap” shirts but has since switched to a more modern button-down western-wear look. He has several cowboy hats to choose from, both straw and felt. Nuss gets a little skittish talking about what he looks for in a cowboy poem – judicial impartiality in play here. “I like poetry that’s well-written and I like a little bit of wit,” is about as far as he explains his judging philosophy. And while he appreciates the art form, Nuss concedes he has yet to sit down and pen any cowboy poetry of his own. “I’ve been a little busy with things going on at the Kansas Judicial Branch,” he said.

since the 1870s. And while he grew up mainly in Salina, he worked on the ranch as a youth in the summertime and developed a deep respect for those who make a career out of wrangling cattle. Those who compete at Alma will be the cream of Kansas cowboy poets, having survived regional qualifying rounds in Wichita, Dodge City and Strong City. The top cowboy poets will be recognized at Saturday’s Symphony in the Flint Hills concert, which is one of the sponsors of the contest. During the judging, Nuss doffs his customary judicial robes in favor of jeans and boots. He said he started out

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Tri-Valley league baseball honors for Humboldt, Yates Center By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

Humboldt High’s undefeated romp through the Tri-Valley League netted postseason honors for four Cubs players. Three — Caleb Vanatta, Hunter Murrow and Grayson Pearish — received all-league TVL recognition. Jacob Carpenter, meanwhile, received honorable mention. Also being honored was Yates Center High’s Justin Rossillon, who earned allleague recognition. The Cubs (20-1) went undefeated in the regular season before losing to Leon-Bluestem in the Class 3A regional playoffs. Vanatta’s team-high .581 batting average was only one of the key indicators of just how remarkable his season was. Vanatta also smacked a team-high 34 RBIs in 21 games, was successful on 20 of 21 stolen base attempts and batted

Caleb Vanatta

a whopping .639 with runners in scoring position. He also scored 35 runs, led Humboldt with 11 doubles and three triples and racked up an eyepopping 1.517 OPS. He wasn’t alone in racking up gaudy statistics. Murrow batted .463 with a team-high 37 runs, while driving in 32. He led the Cubs in stolen bases with 27 (in 27 attempts). He batted .556 with runners in scoring position, while smacking six doubles and a triple. Murrow also threw four nearly perfect innings from the mound. He allowed only one base runner — a hit batter — while striking out three. Pearish was pegged as Humboldt’s pitching ace, and lived up to the billing. He compiled a 0.72 ERA in 39 innings (only four eared runs), and struck out 54 while walking only 10. He limited opposing batters to a .194 average. Pearish also was potent

Grayson Pearish

Hunter Murrow

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Iola swim team opens season in Coffeyville The Iola Seahorses opened up the 2014 season at Coffeyville on Wednesday. Results follow: Girls

Five’s a crowd From left, Mallory Roush, Delaney Umholtz, Courtney Richey, Kayle Riebel and Breanna Kline all made the Tri-Valley All-League team.

Lady Cubs take over all-league team By SPENCER MICHELSON The Iola Register

After finishing third in the Class 3A State Softball Tournament, Humboldt was bound to have representatives on the Tri-Valley All-League team. The Lady Cubs had five players earn honors. Meanwhile, Yates Center High’s softball team, which also advanced to the state tournament in Class 2-1A, had

two players receive postseason recognition. Humboldt finished the season 25-1, its only loss coming in the state semi-finals in extra innings. Pitching ace Courtney Richey’s all-league arm earned her an overall record of 19-1. Richey will still have two more years of high school softball to play. Out of the 379 batters she faced, she struck out 175 and only walked 9. She also posted a 0.75 ERA.

Richey’s prowess at the plate also was solid, posting a .588 batting average with eight home runs from the clean-up spot. Leadoff hitter Breanna Kline did her duty of getting on base, leading the team with a .647 batting average. She had many quality at-bats this season, as she only struck out one time all year. She hit four home runs and had 39 RBIs. See SOFTBALL | Page B6

11-18 200-meter freestyle: 2. Megan Klubek, 2:40.40; 3. Della Lohman, 2:43.09. 10-and-under 50-meter freestyle: 2. Olivia Kerr, 42.03; 4. Rio Lohman, 1:00.44; 6. Audrey Powe, 1:03.62. 11-12 100-meter freestyle: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 2:21.56 15-18 100-meter freestyle: 2. Emma Piazza, 1:08.28; 4. Della Lohman, 1:12.34; 6. Megan Klubek, 1:13.18. 7-8 25-meter fly: 1. Rio Lohman, 30.31. 9-10 25-meter fly: 2. Olivia Kerr, 25.43; 5. Audrey Powe, 38.65. 11-12 50-meter fly: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 1:25.59. 15-18 50-meter fly: 1. Emma Piazza, 34.10; 3. Della Lohman, 35.65; 5. Megan Klubek, 41.66. 9-10 25-meter backstroke: 2. Audrey Powe, 33.35. 11-12 50-meter backstroke: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 1:15.25. 15-18 50-meter backstroke: 2. Megan Klubek, 39.72; 3. Emma Piazza, 40.38; 5. Della Lohman, 42.37. 7-8 25-meter breast: 4. Rio Lohman, 34.25. 9-10 25-meter breast: 3. Olivia Kerr, 26.69. 11-12 50-meter breast: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 1:30.56. 15-18 50-meter breast: 1. Emma Piazza, 41.53; 2. Megan Klubek, 43.53; 5. Della Lohman, 47.72. 6-and-under 25-meter freestyle: 2. Lily Lohman, 52.68. 7-8 25-meter freestyle: 1. Rio Lohman, 30.12. 9-10 25-meter freestyle: 1. Olivia Kerr, 20.69; 3. Audrey Powe,

26.59. 11-12 50-meter freestyle: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 1:03.66. 15-18 50-meter freestyle: 2. Emma Piazza, 31.09; 4. Della Lohman, 33.07; 6. Megan Klubek, 34.53. 10-and-under 100-meter IM: 2. Oivia Kerr, 2:07.50; 4. Audrey Powe, 2:37.62. 11-12 100-meter IM: 4. Kaylin Klubek, 2:48.57. 15-18 100-meter IM: 2. Emma Piazza, 1:23.41; 5. Della Lohman, 1:29.50; 6. Megan Klubek, 1:30.22. Boys 11-18 200-meter freestyle: 1. Michael Wilson, 2:23. 03; 4. Isaiah Wicoff, 3:05.38; 5. Ethan Hamm, 3:35.15. 10-and-under 50-meter freestyle: 3. Kendall Glaze, 1:04.03; 4. Everett Glaze, 1:27.03; 5. Jarrod Powe, 2:07.47. 11-12 100-meter freestyle: 3. Ethan Hamm, 1:34.81; 4. Royce Smith, 1:52.00; 6. Ryan Hilderbrand, 2:12.19. 13-14 100-meter freestyle: 2. Isaiah Wicoff, 1:19.38. 15-18 100-meter freestyle: 2. Michael Wilson, 1:02.94. 6-and-under 25-meter fly: 2. Franklin Kerr, 53.41. 7-8 25-meter fly: 4. Kendall Glaze, 36.38; 5. Will Talkington, 40.53; 6. Everett Glaze, 45.04. 9-10 25-meter fly: 1. Jarrod Powe, 1:31.81. 11-12 50-meter fly: 4. Ethan Hamm, 1:11.28; 5. Royce Smith, 1:11.44; 6. Ryan Hilderbrand, 1:26.34. 13-14 50-meter fly: 2. Isaiah Wicoff, 47.56. 15-18 50-meter fly: 4. Michael Wilson, 35.53. 7-8 25-meter backstroke: 3. Ben Kerr, 34.25; 5. Kendall Glaze, 40.31; 6. Everett Glaze, 45.94. See SEAHORSES | Page B6


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Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center is pleased to introduce a new Healthcare Coordination Program for which we seek quality Healthcare Managers and Coordinators. Join us in initiating and delivering integrated healthcare coordination services while working closely with medical and other healthcare organizations in our communities.

HEALTHCARE PROGRAM MANAGER Provides leadership and supervision of Healthcare Coordinators; oversight of services and coordination, collaboration with all team members and community healthcare partners to promote continuity and consistency of care while minimizing duplication. Must be a competent healthcare manager, fluent in computer skills, ability to work independently, organized, written and verbal communication skills experience in human resources a plus. HEALTHCARE COORDINATORS Support consumers in achieving healthy outcomes by providing six core healthcare services: Comprehensive Care Management, Care Coordination, Health Promotion, Comprehensive Transitional Care, Member and Family Support and Referral to Community Supports and Services. This position will also work closely in coordination with all healthcare providers serving the consumer. Must demonstrate skill in overcoming barriers, computer skills for accurate documentation, communication skills with consumers, families and healthcare community partners, sound judgment, skills in working with diverse public. Educational requirements include RN, LPN, BSW or a Bachelors degree in a human services field. KBI, Child Abuse Registry, Motor Vehicle Record and alcohol/drug screening required. Full time. Benefits. EOE/AA. Please specify position of interest and send resume to: Robert F. Chase, Executive Director Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center PO Box 807 Iola, KS 66749 bstanley@sekmhc.org 620-365-8641

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OF ‘THE BACHELORETTE’ ON ABC How do you assess Andi Dorfman as the newest person doing the choosing as “The Bachelorette”? It’s interesting to see the process she takes in this, because she is a methodical, somewhat controlling person. That’s her life as an assistant district attorney, and she’s really good at reading people. She’s almost like a detective, an investigator. She gets to know these guys and really breaks down not only what they’re saying, but why they’re saying it and what it means. She’s a very intellectual woman, and she’s really a different type of person to go through this with, for sure.

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Extras!!! SUNDAY 6 p.m. on KFJX Enlisted Sibling rivalry doesn’t lessen for Pete and Randy (Geoff Stults, Parker Young), participants in the Army Ranger trials conducted by Sgt.Major Cody (Keith David).

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TUESDAY 9:01 p.m. on KSNF The Night Shift A re-enactment of the battle of the Alamo has unexpected results in the new episode “Grace Under Fire.” The event goes awry, sending a number of participants to the hospital.

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WEDNESDAY 7:31 p.m. on FAM Baby Daddy Can a party be trademarked? Bonnie (Melissa Peterman) takes action when she finds out her old neighborhood resurrected a party she created in the season finale.

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FRIDAY 8 p.m. on KOAM Hawaii Five-0 The concept of strange bedfellows translates into strange police-car-fellows as Danny’s (Scott Caan) mother (guest star Melanie Griffith) joins Grover (Chi McBride) on a ride-along.

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Now Hiring Gates Corporation is a worldwide leader in the production of hydraulic hose. We are a growing company and are looking for only the finest employees for our manufacturing operation.

Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Available On Evenings & Night Shifts. Please apply in person. Applications will be taken Weekdays 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Applications must be completed in the facility. GED or high school diploma required. Pre-employment background checks & drug screen required.

Gates Corporation 1450 Montana Road Iola, Kansas

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Communities In School of Mid-America (CIS MidAm) seeks a Site Coordinator for Chanute Elementary in Chanute. The Site Coordinator will coordinate services for students and families while working with community partners and volunteers, as well as implement programs and activities based upon the specific needs of the school to help students succeed. A Bachelor’s degree and demonstrated relevant equivalent experience in education, social work or related field is required. For complete Site Coordinator job description see www.cismidamerica.org. Salary low to mid $30’s and benefits. CIS MidAm is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references by June 20th to cis@cismidamerica.org. HELP WANTED. Apply in person A&W Family Restaurant, 620-365-3011. NEOSHO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE is seeking an evening welding instructor to teach two nights per week at the Eastern Kansas Rural Technology Center in Garnett. Qualified applicants should have excellent welding skills including SMAW, GTAW, GMAW and the ability to instruct students in these processes leading to AWS weld certification. Preference will be given to candidates holding an AWS educator or inspector certification and to those with a successful industrial welding employment history. Please send a letter of application, resume, unofficial transcripts, employment application, and five references with phone numbers to: Terri Dale, Director of Human Resources, Adjunct Welding Instructor Search, Neosho County Community College, 800 West 14th St, Chanute, KS 66720. Visit www.neosho.edu for application. NCCC is an EOE/AA employer.

Farm Miscellaneous NELSON EXCAVATING Taking care of all your dirt work needs! FOR SALE: Top Soil - Fill Dirt. OPERATORS: RJ Helms 620-365-9569 Mark Wade 620-496-8754

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All applicants must be available nights & weekends and must have a valid drivers license. We offer exciting careers with competitive salaries & advancement opportunities! To apply please visit our web site at www.oreillyauto.com/careers

O’Reilly Auto Parts 810 North State Street Iola, KS 66749 EOE/M/F/V/D

Child Care LICENSED DAY CARE HAS OPENINGS. Susan Ellis 620380-6180 or 620-228-4968 KIDS PLAYHOUSE DAYCARE has openings all ages; DCF approved, McKinley district. 620228-4613.

1505 REDBUD. 8am Saturday: Postponed from Citywide. HUGE multi-family. Furniture, crocks, antiques, longaberger, MUCH misc. 2821 DODGE DR., Saturday 8-?. Gas stove, baby swing, boys to adult clothing 25¢, misc.

40-GALLON WATER HEATERS, 6-year warranty, Natural Gas $299, LP $343, Electric $250, D&R Plumbing, 204 N. Washington, Iola, 620-365-2704. PURCHASE PHOTOS TAKEN AT AREA SPORTS EVENTS, click the photos link at www.iolaregister.com W & I ICE, new and used commercial ice machines for sale or lease. 620-625-6042 or 620-4966998.

3 BEEF, USDA inspected, purchase whole or half, 620-6252711.

Pets and Supplies CREATIVE CLIPS BOARDING & GROOMING Clean, Affordable. Shots required. If you want the best, forget the rest! Call Jeanne 620-363-8272

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9 CITY LOTS IN IOLA. 620363-0454.

923 N CHESTNUT. Bike, scooter, strollers, toys, men’s clothing, misc.

410 NORTH OHIO. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 3-1/2 lots, 1 car attached, 1 car detached, 30x40 shed. 620365-2508. Price reduced.

BACK OF 508 SOUTH ST. Friday 4-6, Saturday 8-? IOLA, 1600 1400 ST, (mile 1/2 north of Walmart corner), Saturday 7-Noon. Infant girl’s 3mos2yrs, toys, pack-n-play, high chair, Precious Moments, TV, fax, phone, window A/C, file cabinet, portable heaters, miscellaneous. LARGE INDOOR SALE QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE. 105 S Main, Gas. Saturday 8-5. Fishing supplies, tile cutter, clothing. MOVING SALE 1425 MISSOURI ROAD. Electric range, sofas, bowflex, lots more. Cash 8-noon.

ESTABLISHED MORAN GROCERY FOR SALE. Serious prospective buyers call 620-305-9797. 22 WEST GARFIELD. Price reduced on this nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Open house on June 21 and June 22 from 10-5. 620-3630710.

Buying or Selling? Contact Lisa Sigg at (620) 228-3698 or Gari Korte at (620) 228-4567

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MORAN, 207 W. RANDOLPH, 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT AVAILABLE NOW! Cable, water, trash & lawn care included, $355 rent, $350 deposit, 620-2374331 or 620-939-4800.

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2 & 3 Bedroom Apartment Homes 407 to $635 depending on availability! Appliances furnished: refrigerator, range, dishwasher, disposal. Washer/Dryer hookups!

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Large family room with fireplace. Eat-In-Kitchen. Formal Dining. Breakfast/Sun room. 23’x17’ hobby/shop area. 28’x23’ garage with a 23’x45’ finished room above the garage. 16’x17’ deck and very neat back yard with privacy fence. Cheap Gas! Make offer today! Carla Walter, Broker • (785) 448-7658 114-116 W. 4th Avenue, Garnett (785) 448-6191 • www.garnettrealestate.com

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Softball: Yates Center earns two spots Continued from B1

Jacob Carpenter

Baseball: Rossillon Continued from B1

with the bat, hitting at a robust .375 with 24 RBIs and 16 runs. He had four doubles and a triple. He batted .394 with runners in scoring position. Carpenter hit at a .484 clip with 26 RBIs and 36 runs. He earned a teamhigh 18 walks, while stealing 25 bases in 26 attempts. He hit .571 with runners in scoring position. ROSSILLON was a key performer for Yates Center, which upped its win total from one in 2013 to 11 this spring.

He did so by producing video-game style stats. He batted .642 (34 of 53) with a .753 on-base percentage and a .962 slugging percentage, or an other-wordly 1.716 OPS. Rossillon had hits in 20 of the Wildcatsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 21 games, ending the season with a 13-game hitting streak. Rossillon drove in 25 runs and scored 34. He also had 20 walks. Yates Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s season ended in the Class 2-1A regional tournament with a loss to CedarValeDexter.

Seahorses: Results Continued from B1

Boys (cont.)

11-12 50-meter backstroke: 2. Ryan Hilderbrand; 1:06.53; 4. Royce Smith, 1:22.44. 13-14 50-meter backstroke: 3. Isaiah Wicoff, 44.69. 15-18 50-meter backstroke: 3. Michael Wilson, 37.84. 7-8 25-meter breast: 4. Kendall Glaze, 39.13; 5. Everett Glaze, 40.06; 6. Will Talkington, 45.22. 11-12 50-meter breast: 1. Royce Smith, 55.31; 2. Ryan Hilderbrand, 1:21.59; 3. Ethan Hamm, 1:50.10. 13-14 50-meter breast: 1. Isaiah Wicoff, 46.81. 15-18 50-meter breast: 1. Michael Wilson, 37.38. 6-and-under 25-meter freestyle: 1. Noah Schowengerdt, 30.00.

7-8 25-meter freestyle: 3. Ben Kerr, 28.90; 5. Will Talkington, 33.86; 6. Everett Glaze, 40.06. 9-10 25-meter freestyle: 1. Kendall Glaze, 30.53; 3. Jarrod Powe, 59.91. 11-12 50-meter freestyle: 3. Ethan Hamm, 41.65; 4. Royce Smith, 51.97; 6. Ryan Hilderbrand, 59.15. 13-14 50-meter freestyle: 3. Isaiah Wicoff, 34.75. 15-18 50-meter freestyle: 2. Michael Wilson, 28.25. 10-and-under 100-meter IM: 3. Kendall Glaze, 2:50.56; 4. 3:25.03. 11-12 100-meter IM: 2. Ethan Hamm, 1:56.38; 4. Royce Smith, 2:29.85. 13-14 100-meter IM: 2. Isaiah Wicoff, 1:40.22 15-18 100-meter IM. 1. Michael Wilson, 1:14.78.

Kansas City Royals' Mike Moustakas heads to first on a single in the fourth inning during Wednesday's game. MCT/KANSAS CITY STAR/JOHN SLEEZER

KC beats Cleveland 4-1 KANSAS CITY (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Yordano Ventura dominated Cleveland for seven stingy innings, and Kansas City scored all of its runs on sacrifice flies. The four sacrifice flies tied a franchise record, and the Royals became only the second team to score four runs all on sacrifice flies since it became an official stat in 1954.

The Montreal Expos did it in an 8-4, 14-inning loss to the Chicago Cubs on May 28, 1980, according to STATS. Ventura (4-5) allowed six hits while striking out three without a walk to win back-to-back starts for the first time. Trevor Bauer (1-3) took the loss. Kansas City has won four straight.

Kline, a rising senior, will be back for one more season as the starting short-stop. Mallory Roush, the starting center fielder kept her own in the batterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s box. She hit two homers and had 28 RBIs with a .456 batting average. Roush, a rising senior, will have one more season of running down fly balls in center field before she graduate. Delaney Umholtz held down right field. Umholtz not only used her speed to run down fly balls, she used it to steal 26 bases on the season. Umholtz, senior, could also hit a little bit, posting a .403 batting average with four home runs and 17 RBIs. Kayle Riebel had the fifth spot in the batting order, hitting behind Richey for most of the yea. The starting first basemanl hit .515, also smacking two home runs with 41 RBIs. Riebel played her final game of her high school career during the third place game of the state tournament. Coach Brad Piley is optimistic about next year. He only had three seniors on this past seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s roster. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The whole coreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s returning,â&#x20AC;? Piley said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve also got some young girls coming up. We are going to have a lot of seniors next year and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s usually when a team does well in the state tournament with all that experience.â&#x20AC;? Riebel and starting catcher Morgan Morris are the only starters not returning. AT 18-5, Yates Center had two players, Aubrey Smith and Courtney Arell, bring home honors. Smith was named to the All-Pioneer League team. Arell received honorable mention. Smith was on the mound for all but one of the 109 innings in which Yates Center played defense. Her 18-5 record featured a 2.01 ERA. She racked up 144 strikeouts in 108 innings, while walking only 9. At the plate, Smith batted. 547 (35 of 64) with 44 runs and 27 RBIs Arell, Yates Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starting shortstop, batted .500 (36 of 72) with 38 runs and 19 RBIs, batting primarily in the leadoff spot. Yates Center advanced to the state tournament, where it was eliminated by Udall.

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