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More paws on the ground Sheriff’s Office adds second dog to K-9 Unit By Ryne Dittmer The Clay County Sheriff’s Office has had a few more feet on the ground lately. Four to be exact. They belong to Ram, an 18-month-old Belgian Malinois and the newest member of the department’s K-9 Unit. Ram began his service with the sheriff’s office alongside handler Deputy A.J. Carrel earlier this winter. “I got him when he was 15 months old,” Carrel said. “He was imported from Poland, and I got him in November.” After a short acclimation period, Ram and Carrel completed a seven-week training course at MidMichigan Kennels, where Ram was trained in locating narcotics, tracking individuals and providing officer protection. “He is trained to identify five different odors of narcotics. They also spent several hours of training on teaching how to track,” Carrel said. At the end of the course, Ram had developed his
Carrel said. “It’s his favorite thing. It is what I give him when he finds drugs or does what I tell him. If I don’t have the tennis ball, he won’t work for me.” Ram is now the second member of the department’s K-9 Unit, joining Matty, who has served since summer 2010. His addition to the unit was made possible through a fundraising campaign supported by area businesses, organizations and individuals. “The K-9 Unit is such a valuable asset,” said Sheriff’s Office Lt. Will Akin. “We reached out to the community last year, and we were able to collect enough money to pay for Ram and the training.” Akin said a service dog can cost from $6,000 to $12,000, depending on where the dog is imported from and the training it receives. Through the campaign, the sheriff’s departRyne Dittmer/Staff Photo ment was able to secure Clay County Sheriff’s Office Deputy A.J. Carrel introduces Ram, the department’s newest K-9 Unit member, to a group of stu- the funds for Ram and to dents at Alexander Doniphan Elementary School in Liberty on Jan. 31. Ram, who was brought to the United States from Poland acquire up to two more last November, is trained to locate narcotics, track individuals and provide officer protection. Ram is the second member of the dogs. Akin said the department has a goal of adding a department’s K-9 Unit. third dog this year. A typical service dog tracking skills and learned practice frequently during finds something, he’ll sit his deployments. On those a series of 12 commands, Ram’s short tenure with down and stare at what he occasions, Carrel rewards will work for seven to Ram with his favorite pos- eight years. wants me to check.” which in reference to Clay County. While not on duty, Ram According to Carrel, Ram session, a tennis ball. “I’ve deployed him probthe dog’s heritage, Carrel “That’s his drive. He delivers in Polish. The ably 40 times, and that’s has successfully located training has been put into a lot,” Carrel said. “If he narcotics on 85 percent of works for a tennis ball,” K-9/Page A5
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Thursday, February 27, 2014
News in Brief Walk ’N Wag to benefit city animal shelter Walkers on two legs and four are invited to a fundraiser for the Gladstone Animal Shelter. The one-mile Walk ’N Wag will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19, at Happy Rock Park, 76th Street and North Antioch Road. Activities beginning at 8:30 a.m. will include a variety of demonstrations, T-shirts for human entrants and goodie bags for canine participants. KC Disc Dogs and vendors will be on site. The annual event is “a benefit for the animals that visit the Gladstone Animal Shelter, helping to provide a better environment,” according to a city press release. The entry fee is $20 per walker and dog team through Thursday, April 10, and $25 after that date. Registrations made after Friday, April 11, are not guaranteed a T-Shirt. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the city shelter. Advance registration has begun and will continue through Friday, April 18, at the Parks and Recreation Department at City Hall or at the Gladstone Community Center. To view a registration form, visit www. gladstone.mo.us. Packet pick-up and late registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. the day of the event.
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Center ends assistance Clay County Public Health Center has announced that help with enrolling in the new health insurance marketplace is no longer available at the health center. Staff from the Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center has been at Clay County Public Health Center each Tuesday since October, 2013. Due to the high demand for assistance at its main campus downtown, all counselors are currently being reassigned to work only at the SUR facility located at 825 Euclid Ave., Kansas City. Anyone who wants to contact a counselor to help navigate the marketplace can call 474-4920 for an appointment.
Northland Therapeutic Riding Center receives donations Last fall, the Northland Therapeutic Riding Center was a recipient of North Kansas City’s Chip in for Charities, and the organization has been selected as the recipient of another charitable
program this summer. The employees at the North Kansas City Hospital hold a golf tournament in which three local charities receive the proceeds. NTRC received $34,000 from this tournament last year. NTRC has been chosen this year for the Change for Charities event hosted by Zona Rosa. In the month of July, the money from parking meters in Zona Rosa will go to NTRC. Northland Therapeutic Riding Center is a nonprofit organization that offers equine-assisted therapy to clients with special needs in the Northland. Through riding, there is a healing interaction between the horse, rider and volunteer, according to the center’s staff. Riding encourages cognitive activity, sensory integration, correct muscle tone, gross and fine motor skills, increased physical stamina, proper posture, independence, social skills, and emotional stability. NTRC will conduct a volunteer orientation from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at 13608 Henson Road in Holt.
Man in custody after Clay County pursuit Donnie R. Stroble of Kansas City was charged with a first-degree felony for assault/attempted assault on a law enforcement officer and a felony
for resisting arrest by fleeing after leading Clay County deputies on a pursuit Friday, Feb. 21. The incident began when a Clay County sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a vehicle being driven by Stroble at 10:46 a.m. for a traffic violation in the area of Missouri Highway 210 and Northeast Kimball Drive in southern Clay County. Stroble failed to stop for the deputy. During the ensuing pursuit, Stroble continued to drive erratically, forcing deputies to use Stop Sticks to end the chase. After having its tires spiked, the vehicle came to a stop near the area of Highway 210 and Bluff Road. Stroble left the vehicle and fled on foot before being tazed and apprehended without further incident. Stroble’s bond was set at $100,000. Investigators are still reviewing video of the pursuit, and additional charges may be filed.
Correction The Feb. 20 story “Christian Community Chorus seeks singers for debut season” contained an error. Rehearsals are scheduled to begin Tuesday, March 4, and continue weekly at 7 p.m. at Gashland Presbyterian Church, 8029 N. Oak Trafficway in Kansas City. Performances will be Sunday, April 27, at the church and Tuesday, April 29, at a to-be-determined location. For more information, call Director Larry Harris at 529-5725.
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K.C. Health Dept. opens Northland site The Kansas City Health Department has begun offering environmental services at a new Northland location, 4420 NE Chouteau Trafficway. The following services are available at the site: • food service permits; • food handler classes; • food handler cards; • temporary event permits; • pool permits; • pool operator classes; • noise permits; • lodging and child care inspections; • fee payments. “Though we have always provided these services throughout the city, our hope is that this new branch location will help make these services more accessible to the growing number of residents and businesses in the Northland,” said 1st District at-large Councilman Scott Wagner. “This is the first step toward the possibility of providing all services currently offered at the Health Department’s primary location at a Northland branch office.” The current location is being leased through an agreement with Northland Neighborhoods Inc. “This new partnership will make many essential services within reach of Kansas City citizens and neighborhoods who have found them difficult to obtain in the past,” said Deb Hermann of NNI. Office hours at this branch are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. All of these services will continue to be offered at the Health Department’s main office at 2400 Troost Ave.
Boating safety courses offered Flotilla 30-1 of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary has announced its boating safety course schedule for spring 2014. The About Boating Safely course is being offered on the following Saturdays: April 12 and May 10. The location for this course is the Clay County Courthouse Annex, 1901 NE 48th St. in Kansas City. For additional information or to register, call 682-6552.
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AGING: The Aging and Mental Health Coalition of Kansas City North, sponsored by Tri-County Mental Health Services, will host a presentation on effective communication skills at 2:30 p.m. at the Northland Human Services Building, 3100 NE 83rd St. in Kansas City. Call 877-0481 for more information.
MENTAL HEALTH: The Tri-County Mental Health Services Family Support Group will discuss personality disorders at 6 p.m. at 3100 NE 83rd St. in Kansas City. For more information, call 468-0400.
CHRISTIAN SCHOOL: Northland Christian School will host its Community Open House with a free chili dinner, tours of the school and informational booths beginning at 5:30 p.m. at 4214 NW Cookingham Drive in Kansas City. The school serves students in preschool through 12th grade. For more information, call 548-2222 or visit www. northlandchristianed.com.
TOPS: Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets 9 to 10 a.m. weekly at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 6409 NW 72nd St. in Kansas City North. The nonprofit group offers weight-loss education and support. Visit for free. Class is led by a home economist and will continue every Wednesday. No registration is required. For information, call 741-8708.
FAITH & JUSTICE: The Northland Justice Coalition and Communities Creating Opportunity will sponsor a gathering for people of faith to declare a hopeful vision and agenda for justice in the Northland from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 336 Gallatin St. in Liberty. Gov. Jay Nixon is scheduled to attend. ART: The Gladstone Arts Commission is presenting the work of photographer Tom Holle in the Gladstone Community Center Public Art Space as one of its featured artist exhibits. The show will continue through Tuesday, March 11, during the normal operating hours of the center. STORYTIME: Preschool storytime will be at 10 a.m. at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 6060 N. Chestnut Ave. For more information, call 454-1306. TOPS: Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 1072 meets weekly from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Thursdays at Kansas City North Community Center, 3930 NE Antioch Road. For more information, call 455-8517. TOPS: Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 787 meets from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at North Kansas City Hospital Pavilion in the Frontier Room. For information, call Linda at 591-9772.
Wednesday, March 5
Friday, March 7 NORTHAVEN: It will be Northaven Neighborhood Night at the Mavericks hockey game at Independence Events Center beginning at 7:05 p.m. To purchase discounted tickets, contact Steve Christiani at 872-1213.
United Methodist Church, 1321 NE Vivion Road in Kansas City. The program, “Something Old, Something New” with speaker Pattie Underwood, will be about wedding traditions. Hostesses are Jean McHenry, Kathie Stoneking. For more information, call 679-8848. LIFELONG LEARNING: Clay County Senior Services and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will present “Samurai: Men of War, Men of Peace” at 2 p.m. weekly through March 25 at Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods. The cost is $10. Registration is required by contacting Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org or 455-4800. COAST GUARD: Flotilla 30-1 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. at the Clay County Courthouse Annex, 1901 NE 48th St. in Kansas City. For more information, call 682-6552.
Wednesday, March 12 LEARN & LAUGH: Shepherd’s Center of the Northland, 4805 NE Antioch Road in Kansas City, will hold Learning & Laughter for seniors the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The varying schedule includes entertainment, presentations, fellowship and lunch. Limited transportation is available. To register, call 452-4536.
HOME SHOW: The annual Gladstone Green Home Show, sponsored by the city of Gladstone, Home Builders Association of Kansas City and Builders Development Corp., will begin. The free event will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Gladstone Community Center, 6901 N. Holmes St. DAY OF PRAYER: Northland Church Women United will host the World Day of Prayer program “Through God Our Hands Can Heal.” Registration will be at 9:30 a.m., followed by the program at 10 at Park Hill Christian Church, 6601 NW 72nd St. in Kansas City. NARFE: The National Active & Retired Federal Employee’s Association Platte/Clay Chapter 2256 will meet at 10 a.m. at Wexford Place, 6500 N. Cosby Ave. in Kansas City. All current or retired federal employees and their spouses are invited to attend. Lunch will be available at Wexford Place after the meeting. For additional information, call Ethlyn McCleave at 454-3491.
Friday, March 14 LENTEN DINNER: The Holy Family Men’s Club will hold a Lenten fish and shrimp dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall. This all-you-can eat meal includes baked or fried fish, shrimp, biscuits, french fries, baked potato, coleslaw and spaghetti. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Prices are $29 for a family, $12 per adult and $5 for children ages 6 to 12. Younger children eat free. Holy Family is at 919 NE 96th St. in Kansas City. For more information, call 816-436-9200.
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Friday, Feb. 28 CONCERT: North Star Community Band will perform its free winter concert, “Potpouri,” at 7:30 p.m. at Oak Park High School, 825 NE 79th Terrace in Kansas City. The family-friendly show will include classical music and show tunes.
Monday, March 3 LIBRARY: Beginning Readers will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library.
Tuesday, March 4 RETIRED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES: The Clay/ Platte Area Retired School Employees members and guests will meet at 4:30 p.m. at the Golden Corral restaurant in Tiffany Springs. ROTARY: Gladstone Rotary meets at 7 a.m. Tuesdays at Fairview Christian Church, 1800 NE 65th St. For more information, visit www.gladstonerotary.org. STORYTIME: Toddler storytime will be at 10 a.m. at the Antioch branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 6060 N. Chestnut Ave. For more information, call 454-1306.
Saturday, March 8
SENIOR SEMINAR: Adams dance lessons will be featured at the senior citizen seminar at Antioch Community Church, 4805 NE Antioch Road in Kansas City. Refreshments will be served at 9:30 a.m., followed by the program at 10. Will and Paula Marie will help participants prepare for the Tea Dance on March 30. A partner is not necessary. For
NO SCHOOL: Spring break for North Kansas City Schools will begin and continue through Friday, March 21.
HOME SHOW: The annual Gladstone Green Home Show will conclude. The free event will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Gladstone Community Center, 6901 N. Holmes St.
Tuesday, March 18
STORYTELLING: River and Prairie Storyweavers Northland meetings will move to Woodneath Library Center, 8900 NE Flintlock Road in Kansas City. The group promotes the oral tradition of storytelling. All ages are welcome to come and listen to stories and learn the art of storytelling from 2 to 4 p.m. the second Saturday of each month. Contact Gary Kuntz at 8968611 for more information. BOOK CLUB: ABC, the book club at Avondale United Methodist Church, meets in the church library at 10 a.m. the second Saturday of each month except September. Visit avondalemethodist.org for information on future book selections.
GARDENING: The Northland Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. at Sherwood Bible Church, 4900 N. Norton Ave. in Kansas City. The program will be “Attracting and Identifying Hummingbirds” by Mark McKellar of BackYard Bird Center. For more information, visit www. northlandgardenclub.com. ZOO: The Kansas City Zoo will offer free admission to Zoological District residents in Clay and Jackson counties from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proof of residency such as a photo ID or utility bill is required.
Monday, March 24
Monday, March 10
CITY GOVERNMENT: The Gladstone City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall.
STORM SPOTTERS: Clay County’s Emergency Management Office, along with The National Weather Service, will host a storm spotter training class from 7 to 9 p.m. at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, 1600 State Route A in Liberty. There is no registration required to attend.
Tuesday, March 25
Wednesday, March 5
SCHOOL BOARD: The North Kansas City Schools Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. in the Doolin Board Room.
Tuesday, March 11 Sunday, March 30
SCHOOL BOARD: The North Kansas City Schools Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. in the Doolin Board Room. DAR: William Boydston Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 7 p.m. at North Cross
SENIOR DANCE: The 18th annual Tea Dance will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at Winnetonka High School, 5814 NE 48th St. No RSVP is necessary. For more information, call 413-5470.
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Obituaries Gary L. Broyles Sr.
Gary L. Broyles, Sr., US NAVY RET, 72, Parkville, MO died Thursday, February 20, 2014. Survived by his wife, Concepcion Broyles; son, Gary Broyles, Jr. (Janae); sister, Marsha Richardson; brother, Kevin Broyles. Visitation was held 12:30-1:30 p.m., Monday, February 24, Meyers Northland Chapel in Parkville. Burial was held at Leavenworth National Cemetery with full military honors. Memories of Gary and condolences may be left online at meyersfuneralchapel.com
Danny E. Dady
Danny Dady, 59, K.C., MO died Monday, February 17, 2014. Danny was born November 21, 1954 to Rex and Mary Dady in Kansas City, MO. Survived by son, Bobby Dady; brothers: Jim, Marvin, and Phillip; and companion, Debora Nelson. The funeral was held Friday, February 21, Meyers Funeral Chapel, 401 Main St., Parkville, MO. Memories of Danny and condolences to the family may be shared at www.meyersfuneralchapel.com
Virginia “Ann” Hoefer
Virginia “Ann” Hoefer, 62, Smithville, died Feb. 10, 2014, following a courageous battle with cancer. She was born December 17, 1951 in Joplin, MO to Lee and Clara Virginia (Stuppy) Lansaw. Survived by her husband, John Thomas Hoefer; sons, Bryan and James Hoefer. The family received friends Monday, February 17 at Meyers Northland Chapel in Parkville. Memories of Ann and condolences may be left at meyersfuneralchapel. com
If your farm has been in your family since Dec. 31, 1914, you can apply to have it recognized as a Missouri Century Farm. To qualify, farms must meet the following guidelines: The same family must have owned the farm for 100 consecutive years. The line of ownership from the original settler or buyer may be through children, grandchildren, siblings, and nephews or nieces, including through marriage or adoption. The farm must be at least 40 acres of the original land acquisition and make a financial contribution to the overall farm income. “It is important to honor and respect our history,” said Michael Ouart, vice provost and director, University of Missouri Extension. “These farms represent both Missouri’s cultural heritage and the good stewardship that our farmers strive for.” In 2008, the Missouri Farm Bureau joined MU Extension and the MU
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FEB. 8 ■ NE 72ND ST AND N MONROE AV/NARCOTICS POSSESSION ■ NW ENGLEWOOD RD AND N CENTRAL ST/ NARCOTICS POSSESSION
FEB. 9 ■ 61ST ST/ROBBERY ■ 6200 BLOCK OF N BROADWAY/NARCOTICS DISTRIBUTION
FEB. 10 ■ 5200 BLOCK OF N WASHINGTON ST/ DISORDERLY CONDUCT ■ 7100 BLOCK N PROSPECT AV/STEALING
FEB. 14 ■ 3500 BLOCK OF NE 61ST TER/STEALING
FEB. 15 ■ 7200 BLOCK OF N OAK TFWY/ASSAULT ■ NW 63RD ST/DISORDERLY CONDUCT ■ 6300 BLOCK OF N WABASH AVE/ASSAULT
FEB. 16 ■ NW 63 ST/STEALING ■ 2500 BLOCK OF NE 72ND ST/NARCOTICS POSSESSION ■ 7200 BLOCK OF N M1 HWY/STEALING ■ 1300 BLOCK OF NE 67TH ST/ASSAULT ■ 500 BLOCK OF NE 68TH ST/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
■ 100 BLOCK OF NE 61ST ST/ROBBERY ■ 3200 BLOCK OF NE 59TH ST/ASSAULT
FEB. 18 ■ 7200 BLOCK OF N M1 HWY/ ASSAULT ■ 7010 N HOLMES ST/ FORGERY FORGED CHECK ■ 2200 BLOCK OF NE 73RD TER/MISSING PERSON
FEB. 19 ■ 2500 BLOCK OF NE 66TH ST/STEALING ■ 6500 BLOCK OF N OAK TFWY/STEALING
Continued from Page A1 lives with Carrel and his family. Over the past few months, Ram and Carrel have also taken time to meet with Northland groups and individuals to thank them for their support of the campaign. “We try to run our K-9 Unit on as many donations as possible,” Carrel said. “I like being able to bring him out so the community can see what they contributed to.” County and Education Editor Ryne Dittmer can be reached RYNE DITTMER/Staff Photo at 389-6606 or ryne.dittmer@ Students take turns petting Ram after a school presentation. npgco.com. “Ram” comes from the service dog’s Polish name, Ramzes.
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FEB. 20 ■ 7600 BLOCK OF N GARFIELD AV/BURGLARY ■ 3400 BLOCK OF NE 57TH ST/AUTO THEFT STOLEN ■ 6700 BLOCK OF N RANDALL CT/STEALING ■ 7200 BLOCK OF N M1 HWY/STEALING ■ 7200 BLOCK OF N M1 HWY/STEALING ■ 6800 BLOCK OF N WALROND AV/STEALING ■ 5900 BLOCK OF N HOWARD AV/SEX OFFENSE SEXUAL ASSAULT
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Ram, an 18-month-old Belgian Malinois, holds his prized possession, a tennis ball, during a recent school presentation. The service dog receives the ball as a reward for finding drugs or following Deputy A.J. Carrel’s commands.
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FEB. 11 ■ NE 61ST ST/STEALING ■ 7600 BLOCK OF N TROOST AV/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY ■ 2100 BLOCK OF NE 65TH ST/ASSAULT ■ NW 62ND TER/BURGLARY
■ 2400 BLOCK OF NE 68TH ST/ROBBERY ■ 7600 BLOCK OF N GARFIELD AV/ DISORDERLY CONDUCT ■ 100 BLOCK OF NW 63RD ST/DISORDERLY CONDUCT
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■ 200 BLOCK OF NE 74TH TER/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY ■ 100 BLOCK OF NE 64TH ST/AUTO THEFT STOLEN
A few days into the recovery from the Joplin tornado,
Tara and Lily were assigned to search what was left of St. John’s Hospital. They needed to go to the roof, they were told, though it was unclear whether the building was structurally sound. The tornado hit the hospital dead on. There had been a scramble to save patients the night of the storm.
CHAPTER 7: Searching St. John’s her dogs out onto the porch. Jeff was still gone. He worked day and night. The kids were with his parents. That evening, it was just Tara Prosser and her Weimaraners. The grass of the yard was green from all of the rain, and the dogs ran out to play on it, chasing each other in circles, Lily, still exuberant despite a day of working through the wreckage.
A group of firefighters surrounded Lily and Tara in a tight circle as they ascended the remains of the hospital’s stairs. The windows were blown out, and holes were torn in the walls. Heights frightened Tara, but they didn’t scare Lily. In the heat of the search, she sniffed everywhere, intent on her target. Tara clung to her dog with a taut leash, lest Lily stray too close to a gaping hole. Tara’s stomach lurched as she climbed up and up toward the roof of what was left of St. John’s. Tara remembered cradling her daughter, right there, on the third floor where she was born. The search team reached the roof, and for the first time Tara saw the full scope of the damage. There was destruction as far as she could see. No buildings, no trees. There was mud. There was lumber. Whole lives and livelihoods lay in catastrophic ruin before her.
Only one month before that evening Lily had almost died. Now she romped across the yard. She panted and ran and rolled about as if nothing else mattered. She could spend entire days searching for death and still come home and find some measure of bliss. Tara was tired. She let a few tears slide down her cheeks. She watched what she had almost lost. She thought about what she and so many other Joplin residents actually had. She called the dogs to come inside. She needed to wash her clothes and give the pups their dinner. She needed to talk to her kids and finish a few dishes. Normal things.
A long day lay ahead of her tomorrow. Her breath caught in her throat. Her She and Lily had work to do. mind could not fathom that this was her J J J home. She started to have doubts. How was Joplin going to come back from this? Nine months after Tara and Lily climbed to the roof of St. John’s Hospital, the pair Everything had changed. received a surprise. Tara learned that That evening, after searching St. John’s, Lily was nominated for the 2012 Hero Tara and Lily returned home. Tara Dog Awards sponsored by the American showered, changed out of her dusty, Humane Association. sweat-soaked clothes and walked with
The Hero Dog Awards were created by the AHA to recognize the extraordinary bond shared by people and their dogs. The award is presented nationally in eight categories. Lily was a finalist in the Search and Rescue Dog category for her brave and relentless work in Joplin following the tornado. Being a finalist was a measure of recognition for all that Lily had done for her hometown. The Hero Dog Award nomination was even more special for Tara because her mother had nominated them for the honor just a few weeks before she passed away. Tara’s mother, the dog trainer, who had been such an inspiration to Tara’s search and rescue (SAR) work, offered Tara and Lily the gift of national recognition for all that they do. Lily exemplifies what it means to be a hero dog. She worked tirelessly after the storm to help Joplin begin its recovery. Every step and effort made an impact on Joplin moving forward.
Dig A Little Deeper! Lily was honored with the Hero Dog Award nomination. Visit the Hero Dog Award website: herodogawards.org and read about recent finalists. Which dog would you choose to receive the award and why? In the News: Heroes come in all shapes and forms. Lily was a hero, even though she is a dog. Use the newspaper to find an example of a hero. Why would you classify that person as a hero? If you could honor him or her with an award, what would it be and why? For a companion teacher guide, visit mo-nie.com and use code: teachmo14. CCSS: R.CCR.1, R.CCR.2, R.CCR.3, R.CCR.4, R.CCR.5, R.CCR.7, W.CCR.4,SL.CCR.3, L.CCR.4
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CITY OF LIBERTY, MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Engineer, 3rd floor of City Hall in Liberty, Missouri until 10:00 a.m. local time, Wednesday, March 26, 2014 for CDBG Public Improvements-Tier II Heartland Meadows Industrial Park (City Project #13-017) At said time and place, and promptly thereafter, all bids that have been duly received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work consists of the following: Construction of approximately 1,050 linear feet of collector street, including grading, curb and gutter, storm sewer and waterline construction. Contract Documents including drawings and specifications can be viewed/downloaded at www.ci.liberty.mo.us or are on file for public inspection at the office of the City Engineer of Liberty, Missouri and AGC Engineers, Inc., 405 S Leonard, Suite D, Liberty, Missouri. The official Bid Package (hardcopy) must be obtained from AGC Engineers, Inc., 405 S Leonard, Suite D, Liberty, Missouri for a fee of $85 (excluding postage & handling) to be considered a valid Bidder. A satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to five percent, (5%) of the total bid for work shall be submitted with each proposal. This project is subject to the requirements of Section 292.675, RSMo, which requires Contractor and Subcontractor on-site employees to complete a ten (10) hour course in the construction safety and health approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds. The City of Liberty, Missouri reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any formalities in the bidding. Bids may be held by the City of Liberty, Missouri for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days from the date of the opening of bids for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to awarding the contract. City Engineer of Liberty, Missouri By: John F. Findlay, P.E. Published in the Liberty Tribune: Feb. 27, Mar. 6, 13, 2014 INVITATION TO BID Notice is hereby given that Liberty Public School District No. 53 will receive sealed bids from roofing contractor’s desiring to be considered to perform roof renovation / replacement work for the school district. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on March 6, 2014, at 1:00 PM local time at the District Facilities Center, located at 1138 Southview Drive, Liberty, MO 64068. Bidding Documents will be made available during the pre-bid meeting. Sealed bids must be submitted no later than 1:00 PM, central time on March 13, 2014 to the following address: Steve Aldrich Liberty Public Schools 1138 Southview Drive Liberty, MO. 64068 Published in The Liberty Tribune: Feb. 27, Mar. 6, 2014
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INVITATION TO BID Notice is hereby given that Liberty Public School District No. 53 will receive sealed bids from contractors who would like to be considered to perform the following work: • Kellybrook Elementary School - HVAC Dehumidification Project • Manor Hill & Ridgeview Elementary School - RTU Replacement Project Bidding documents will be available through the Drexel Technologies eDistribution Plan Room (http://www.drexeltech.com/). All required bidding instructions will be included in the bidding documents available through the Drexel Technologies. Documents are free to view. Documents can be downloaded for a fee, and printed. Documents can also be ordered for a fee through Drexel Technologies. The documents will be available Monday March 03, 2014 by 4:00pm. A pre-bid meeting will be held on March 6, 2014, at 10:00 AM local time at the District Facilities Center, located at 1138 Southview Drive, Liberty, MO 64068. Sealed bids must be submitted no later than 1:00 PM, central time on March 17, 2014 to the following address: Steve Aldrich Liberty Public Schools 1138 Southview Drive Liberty, MO. 64068 Published in the Liberty Tribune: Feb. 27, March 6, 2014 ROAD WORK NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received electronically by the Commission until 11:00 o'clock a.m. (prevailing local time) on 03/21/2014 for the project(s) listed below. Electronic bids must be submitted through “Bid Express Secure Internet Bidding” at www.bidx.com. Paper bid bonds shall be addressed to and received by: Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Attention: State Design Engineer/Bid Bond 105 West Capitol Avenue Jefferson City, Missouri The proposed work includes: Job J4I2354 Route 35 Clay County. Resurfacing and guardrail work from Liberty Drive to Parvin Road, the total length of improvement being 4.77 miles. Special Needs: If you have special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify Pamela Harlan, Secretary to the Commission, at (573) 751-2824 or through Missouri Relay System, TDD 1-800-735-2966. The wage rates applicable to this project have been predetermined as required by law and are set forth in the Bidding documents. When federal wage rates are applicable and included, this contract is subject to the "Work Hours Act of 1962," (P.L. 87581, 76 State. 357) and implementing regulations. By virtue of statutory authority, preference shall be given on other than Federal Aid Projects, to materials, products, supplies, provisions, and other articles, produced, manufactured, made or grown within the state of Missouri, where same are of a suitable character and can be obtained at reasonable market prices in the state and are of a quality suited to the purpose intended and can be secured without additional cost over foreign products or products of other states. The Commission hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, ancestry, or national origin in consideration for an award. The Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Plans and specifications may be inspected in the offices of the Commission at Jefferson City, or the District Office at Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Plans and specifications are available for download or purchase at http://modot.indoxservices.com/. Complete instructions to bidders may be obtained at the Jefferson City office. All questions concerning the bid document preparation shall be directed to the Central Office – Design Division at (573) 751-2876. THE MISSOURI HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Published in the Liberty Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch: Feb. 27, 2014 ROAD WORK NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received electronically by the Commission until 11:00 o’clock a.m. (prevailing local time) on 03/21/2014 for the project(s) listed below. Electronic bids must be submitted through “Bid Express Secure Internet Bidding” at www.bidx.com.
Paper bid bonds shall be addressed to and received by: Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Attention: State Design Engineer/Bid Bond 105 West Capitol Avenue Jefferson City, Missouri The proposed work includes: Job J4P3047 Route 33 Clay and Clinton Counties. Grading, thin lift overlay and optional paving from Route 69 to Route PP near Holt, the total length of improvement being 13.04 miles. Special Needs: If you have special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify Pamela Harlan, Secretary to the Commission, at (573) 751-2824 or through Missouri Relay System, TDD 1-800735-2966. The wage rates applicable to this project have been predetermined as required by law and are set forth in the Bidding documents. When federal wage rates are applicable and included, this contract is subject to the “Work Hours Act of 1962,” (P.L. 87581, 76 State. 357) and implementing regulations. By virtue of statutory authority, preference shall be given on other than Federal Aid Projects, to materials, products, supplies, provisions, and other articles, produced, manufactured, made or grown within the state of Missouri, where same are of a suitable character and can be obtained at reasonable market prices in the state and are of a quality suited to the purpose intended and can be secured without additional cost over foreign products or products of other states. The Commission hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, ancestry, or national origin in consideration for an award. The Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Plans and specifications may be inspected in the offices of the Commission at Jefferson City, or the District Office at Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Plans and specifications are available for download or purchase at http://modot.indoxservices.com/. Complete instructions to bidders may be obtained at the Jefferson City office. All questions concerning the bid document preparation shall be directed to the Central Office – Design Division at (573) 751-2876. THE MISSOURI HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Published in the Liberty Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch: Feb. 27, 2014
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, financial status or national origin, or intention to make any preference, limitation or discrimination.: This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.
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PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Pleasant Valley will accept statements of qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing: CITY ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES Statements must be received by: 4:00 p.m. Monday, March 17, 2014 by the Pleasant Valley City Clerk Pleasant Valley City Hall 6500 Royal Street Pleasant Valley, Mo. 64068 PLEASE MARK YOU ENVELOPE “ STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS – CITY ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES” AND MAIL OR DELIVER TO: Pleasant Valley City Clerk 6500 Royal Street Pleasant Valley, Missouri 64068 YOU MUST SUBMIT EITHER 8 COPIES OF YOUR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS OR AN ELECTRONIC VERSION IN PDF FORMAT. For more information please see our website’s notice section: http://www.pleasantvalleymo.org/ dotnetnuke/CodesandLicensing/ Notices.aspx Or contact the City Clerk at: Georgia Wenell, City Clerk 816-883-4698 email@example.com Published in the Liberty Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch: Feb. 27, 2014
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Thursday, February 27, 2014
Gladstone Dispatch A9 ANNUAL MEETING
World history, local economy topics for MSBF meeting By Dale Garrison World-shattering events from 100 years ago and recent growth in Greater Kansas City were both topics Feb. 7 during the Midwest Small Business Finance annual meeting. Held at Embassy Suites Kansas City-International Airport with more than 10 0 in attendance, the event featured Dr. Matthew C. Naylor, president and CEO of the internationally acclaimed National World War I Museum. Starting this year, the museum will be the center of worldwide attention during commemoration of World War I. “This is a uniquely Kansas City story,” Naylor said. “In 1914, the world came undone, but when it Contributed photo was over, this city, through Dr. Matthew C. Naylor, left, receives a plaque in appreciation an amazing effort, dedifrom Reuben Siverling, right, and Jim Hampton of Midwest cated this monument to Small Business Finance during the organization’s annual meet- peace.” Naylor emphasized the ing Feb. 7 at Embassy Suites-KCI.
commemoration is not a celebration but will include recognition of how WWI laid the foundation of the modern world. “To commemorate takes our time, but to remember requires our mind,” Naylor said. Through 2018, the museum hopes to bring displays such as an Italian photographic collection considered among the best in the world. Recognized as U.S. Lender of the Year by the SBA, Midwest Small Business Finance assists area small businesses with low-interest capital, including 504 Loans from the Small Business Administration. MSBF President Reuben Siverling said 2013 was a record year, with $6.2 million in loans that have helped build a portfolio of $30 million. “I don’t think a lot of people realize what an asset we have in Midwest
Small Business Finance,” Siverling said. “There are scores of businesses that have been successful with the help of our efforts. They’ve expanded, they’ve built new and they’ve added jobs. We’re proud to be part of that.” The meeting also included recognition of MSBF’s volunteer Board
of Directors. Members include P r e s i d e nt Siverling, Vice President Dean H e n r ic k s e n , Secretary Pete Hall, Treasurer Larry C. Larson, Brad Cole, Susan Cooper, Heath Martin and Tom Pryor. MSBF is at 1251 NW Briarcliff Parkway in Kanasas City.
Ford continues to add jobs for Transit van
been added at the plant to meet growing demand for Ford trucks, and to launch production of the all-new Ford Transit van. Jobs at Ford’s Kansas Cit y Assembly Plant increased more than 35 percent year over year, with approximately 3,400
employees in 2013 and more than 4,600 who will report for work by March. The new jobs also make Ford the top auto employer in Kansas City. The additional jobs at Kansas City Assembly Plant come as Ford continues to retool and expand
the facility through a $1.1 billion investment for Transit production. When Transit production begins, nearly 275 suppliers nationally and six suppliers locally will grow their businesses through job creation and manufacturing investment.
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Ford’s Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo has announced plans to hire an additional 175 employees by March to help build the new 2015 Ford Transit. The company hired almost 1,000 new employees last month in preparation for the launch of the van, which goes on sale in the United States this summer. The new hires put Ford on the top 10 list of Missouri employers, according to a company press release. Just in the past year, Ford has created more than 5,000 new jobs nationwide, building on more than 14,000 Ford jobs in North America in the past two years. The all-new Transit is a line-up of full-size vans that offer best-inclass ownership costs and fuel efficiency. The van has a 45-year heritage in Europe, where it is the best-selling medium commercial vehicle nameplate. The new Transit will offer the widest choice of roof heights, wheelbases and body lengths to maximize flexibility, plus a full suite of onboard features and technologies that are intuitive, easy to operate and designed for business, according to Ford. Transit is one of 16 new North American products — and 23 global products — Ford will launch in 2014, triple the number of new products Ford launched last year in North America. Transit eventually will replace Ford E-Series, which has reigned as America’s best-selling van for 35 years. T he Kansas Cit y Assembly Plant is home of the 2014 F-150 and will begin producing the all-new 2015 F-150 in the first quarter of 2015. The 1,000 employees added in January are part of more than 2,000 jobs that have
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Thursday, February 27, 2014 Northland Wrestling: State Review
Staley takes second to lead Northland By Corey Edwards
overall at the 2013 state tournament. David Berryman, 106, The Staley High School Eagles led the Northland Jordan Steward, 152, and during the final day of the Bailey Sutko, 285, were Missouri High School State state runners-up. Robert Wrestling Tournament, Bastarache, 138, finished in third and Jonathan Melton, Saturday Feb. 22. The Eagles, the defend- 132, came in fourth. Oak Park High School ing Class 3, District 4 champions, placed second placed 14th in Class overall with a team total 3 with 40 points, while of 160.5 points, losing out Winnetonka High School to Neoshoâ€™s 218. Kearney was in a four-way tie for High School, which tied 18th with DeSoto, Festus with Neosho last year for and Rockwood Summit, the state title, placed third which all scored 28 points. Oak Park had two wreswith 138 points. â€œThe kids wrestled tlers, Hunter Shelton, their hearts out and did 120, and Noah Teaney, a great job,â€? Staley head 132, place second overcoach Gary Mayabb said. all. Winnetonkaâ€™s Markel â€œWe are all very proud of Fluker, 182, also came in second. them.â€? In Class 4, North Kansas Staley placed four of its 13 wrestlers in the finalâ€™s City High School came match, with junior Jayden away with a single point, Bears taking first at 160 placing 43rd. The Hornets pounds. Bears defeated sent only one wrestler to Hannibalâ€™s Colby Collings the event. by a 1-0 decision. â€œA grinding win,â€? Staff Writer Corey Edwards can Mayabb said. be reached at 628-6010 or corey. Bears placed second email@example.com
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Staley High School junior Jayden Bears finishes the wrestling season with a 52-2 record and a first-place finish during last weekendâ€™s MSHSAA State Wrestling Tournament. Bears came in second as a junior. This year Bears went on to defeat Hannibalâ€™s Colby Collings in the state final by a narrow 1-0 margin.
School Notes Missouri University of Science and Technology has announced the names of students who made the honor list for the 2013 fall semester. Local students included Dalton Russell Cole, a freshman in computer science; Scott Geisinger, a freshman in engineering; Kirsch Huynh, a freshman in engineering; Rachel Kautz, a senior in petroleum engineering; Matthew Klegseth, a sophomore in civil engineering; Mark Vincent Lehr, a freshman in computer science; Cody Steven Lewis, a senior in mining engineering; Anthony Vu Nguyen, a freshman in engineering; Sydnee Nateal Schram, a junior in business and management systems; Caroline Thuy Tran, a sophomore in engineering; Caleb Zane
Trecazzi, a junior in chemistry; Joseph Abraham Walker, a senior in mechanical engineering; Caleb Nathaniel Weber, a junior in mechanical engineering; Collin Christopher Winans, a sophomore in electrical engineering; and Jaron Gregory Winans, a freshman in engineering. Those on the list carried a minimum of 12 hours
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Local students Emily Rubash and Lauren Sharp are among the more than 570 students who made the honor roll for the fall 2013 semester at Emporia State University. To qualify, students must earn a minimum 3.80 semester grade-point averJoseph Wolfe of Kansas age in at least 12 graded City was named to the hours. Presidentâ€™s List at Drake Angela Nigro of University for the fall 2013 semester. Students must Winnetonka High School achieve a perfect 4.0 grade- has been accepted to point average to earn this Culver-Stockton College for enrollment in the fall honor. 2014 semester. Nigro also Joseph Martin of has been awarded the Gladstone was named to the Hilltop Scholarship, a fourDrake University Deanâ€™s List year award. Her anticipated for the fall 2013 semester. major is biology.
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