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Kids Halloween Party Sheffield Area Community Club would like to invite all kids to a Halloween Party on Thursday, Oct. 31 at the West Fork Elementary School multi-purpose room beginning at 5 p.m. Group pictures at 5 p.m. Sheffield Area Community Club will be serving hot dogs and treat bags.
Quilters Guild The Lake Area Quilters Guild will meet on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Clear Lake City Hall Community Room. Program will be presented by Betty Heginger, The Apron Lady, from Sheffield. The public is encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.
Four Sheffield council candidates answer questions Compiled by Nick Pedley Editorâ€™s note: This is Part I of the Sheffield Pressâ€™ two-part election special. Candidates for the city council and mayorâ€™s office were mailed a questionnaire at the beginning of the month regarding their background, campaign and platform. All returned the survey, as did one write-in council candidate.
The questions were listed as follows: 1. Provide information on your backgroundâ€”how long youâ€™ve lived in the community, family, current job, etc. 2. Have you ever held elected office or been involved with any type of committee or board? 3. In your opinion, what are the
main issues facing the community? 4. What attributes or skills do you bring to the council? 5. Are there any projects youâ€™d like to see completed or started by the city? 6. Why are you running? 7. Is there anything else youâ€™d like to add? The Sheffield Press edited for spell-
ing errors and grammatical mistakes only. The following is each city council candidateâ€™s response to the questionnaire. Unanswered questions are denoted with the letters â€œN/A.â€? Next weekâ€™s newspaper will include the responses of Sheffield mayoral candidates Sheri Bogue, Dennis Kingery and Nick Wilson.
Auxiliary Soup Supper November 11, Soup Supper for the Sheffield American Legion Post, hosted by the Sheffield American Legion Auxiliary. Anyone who has served in our armed forces but have not joined or registered with our post are invited. Also, any women who would like to be an auxiliary member. If you had a spouse, father, grandfather or son who served in the military, you can join, contact Lou Brown at 892-4404.
Sheffield Craft Show, Nov. 2 Sheffieldâ€™s 10th Annual Craft & Holiday Show on Saturday, Nov. 2, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the high school gym. More than 30 vendors! Something for everyone! This is a primary fund-raiser for West Fork Girl Scouts.
Sacred Heart Turkey Dinner Sacred Heart Parish in Rockwell will be serving their Annual Turkey Dinner on Sunday, Oct. 27. The buffet style dinner, including turkey, dressing and all the trimmings will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults $9, children 12 and under $6, and preschoolers dine for free. Take outs $9, delivery service for shut-ins only.
St. Patrickâ€™s Salisbury Steak The 26 annual Fall Salisbury Steak Dinner at St. Patrickâ€™s Catholic Church in Hampton will be held Sunday, Oct. 27 from 4-7 p.m. One the menu is Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cole slaw, dinner roll, dessert, and a drink. Tickets are $9 for adults, $5 for children 6 to 11, and 5 and under are free. Advance tickets are available at Hampton banks and the church office at St. Patrickâ€™s. For more information call 456-4857. th
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Zion Reformed Church will host â€œGrandpaâ€™s Tool Shed Bazaarâ€? on Saturday, Nov. 2. The bazaar will be open from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a live auction to follow. Silent bids will be accepted throughout the day on all auction items. Shops include bakery, crafts, pantry, cards/napkins, and trash-n-treasure. Along with the shops, homemade food will be served all day. Guests are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to be donated to the Franklin County Food Pantry. Zion Reformed Church is located at 2029 Jonquil Avenue in rural Sheffield (five miles west of Chapin and one-half mile north on Jonquil Ave.)
Messerschmidt 85th Phyllis Messerschmidt will be celebrating her 85th birthday. She was born October 23 in Ruthven, Iowa. Birthday greetings may be sent to her at 2093 240th St., Sheffield, Iowa 50475.
Thursday, Oct. 24 Flu Vaccination Clinic, Franklin Medical Center, Hampton, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CPAT: Mosquito/Public Health Pest Management, 9 a.m., Franklin Co. Extension office, pre-registration is required. Friday, Oct. 25 New Movie at Windsor Theater: Gravity, PG-13, starring George Clooney & Sandra Bullock Sunday, Oct. 27 Annual Turkey Dinner, r, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Sacred d Heart Parish, Rockwell. 26th Annual Fall Salis-bury Steak Dinner, 4-7 7 p.m., St. Patrickâ€™s Catho-lic Church, Hampton
1. My name is J.C. McCaslin. Iâ€™m 22 years old, and Iâ€™ve lived in Sheffield since I was four years old. I married Jill (Winters) McCaslin from Hampton a year and a half ago. I have worked at Rooney Electric for five years now. 2. I have never held an elected office before, but I have been a deacon at First Grace Baptist Church for about five years. I have also been a member of the Sheffield Fire Department for about two years. 3. I do not feel like there are any huge issues facing our town at this point. I do, however, feel that our city council is rather intimidating to some people. Citizens should be able to come with whatever problems they have without fear or an attitude that nothing will get done. Octoberâ€™s council meeting McCASLIN to page 10
1. I graduated from Sheffield in 2000, My parents are John and Jane McKee. My wife and I bought a house in Sheffield a couple years ago. I work in construction and my wife works at the Sheffield clinic. We have a little girl named Emersyn. 2. I was on a 5s committee at Woodharbor. 3. My opinion would be the roads. Some of the streets need to be redone. 4. I think I would bring a new perspective to the council. 5. I would like the city to try and get grants so we can get the roads updated and maintained. 6. I would to like to see the town keep moving forward in the right direction for my daughter and the younger generation. 7. N/A
1. My husband and I have seven children, 13 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. 2. I am running for office because I am in intersted in the operation of city government and a desire to see the city grow and prosper. 3. I donâ€™t know of any critical issues. I know street repairs are needed. Also, replacing water lines that are old galvanized pipe. 4. I am retired from the City of Hampton after 27 years as a dispatcher/jailer. I graduated from Palm Springs High School and attended San Diego State College majoring in business and minoring in journalism. I have owned and operated three retail businesses in the past. I am a past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star and was MEINTS to page 10
(write-in) 1. I am married to my wife, Tammy, and we are raising our five-yearold son, Trevor. We have two grown daughters, Heather and Lindsay, and four grandchildren. We have lived here for the past seven years. I work in the Safety Department at Sukup Manufacturing. 2. I have never held public office before. 3. I think this community, as a whole, has a lot going for it. I would focus on the positive aspects of Sheffield and work to keep them. We have a great volunteer fire department and EMS facility and I would like to keep them that way. 4. I have always been able to look at all sides of an issue, with an open mind, SORENSEN to page 10
Harvest season inching Attorney position to go full along throughout region time in Franklin County By Nick Pedley Local elevators throughout the area are reporting decent yield numbers on both corn and soybeans despite early skepticism about this yearâ€™s harvest. Farmers were hampered by rainy weather last week, which somewhat delayed progress on the regionâ€™s soybeans. However, local officials estimated that 50 percent of beans were harvested, while others pegged the number at 80 percent. All reported the corn crop was only 10-15 percent finished through this past weekend. â€œWe think itâ€™s going to be a drug out harvest, but weâ€™ll just keep plugging along,â€? said Chuck Schafer, manager at North Iowa Cooperative in Thornton. â€œOur farmers are saying itâ€™s slightly better than they expected.â€?
Schafer explained that an extremely wet spring forced numerous farmers to plant their fields much later into the season than normal. Many soybeans were planted in June, but some didnâ€™t get planted at all. He said the poor start led to uncertainty when farmers hit the fields earlier this month. â€œSome yields have been all over the place, which we were expecting. But the majority of beans have landed in that 45-50 bushel [per acre] range,â€? he said. Employees at Five Star Cooperative in Rockwell and AgVantage FS in Coulter said soybean yields were on par with Schaferâ€™s estimate. Corn has just started to come in, but early numbers have indicated average yields between 170-180 bushels-per-acre. â€œItâ€™s going well, but the weatherâ€™s been not
so good,â€? said Margaret Nuehring, manager location manager at Five Starâ€™s Rockwell elevator. â€œConsidering the late planting season, I think people are happy with what theyâ€™ve been getting.â€? The duration of this yearâ€™s harvest season remains to be seen, but it pales in comparison to 2012. Extreme drought forced combines to hit the fields much earlier than normal throughout much of the state. Schafer said nearly all of the fields around Thornton were finished by Oct. 15 last year, so 2013 already promises to outlast that harvest by weeks. â€œWe expect to be getting beans in for a while and corn is really going to start picking up here,â€? said Schafer. â€œHope fully, the clouds stay away and we finish HARVEST to page 8
By Nick Pedley The Franklin County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved changing the county attorneyâ€™s status to a full-time position at their meeting Monday, but the effective date is still somewhat up in the air after current Attorney Daniel Wiechmann, Jr., said he would not accept the new fulltime job.
Board Chairman Corey Eberling drafted a resolution and presented it to his fellow supervisors which detailed the switch to full time. The group had previously discussed the move for the past few years, according to Supervisor Michael Nolte, and Eberling felt the change was necessary to better fit the needs of the attorATTORNEY to page 10
Meet the Family of Nick Wilson, Candidate for Mayor. Wife Jill, daughter Nahla (3), and son Sutton (6 mo.)
In this issue: Courthouse/Obituary ............... page 8 Public Notices ........................... page 4 Area Sports .......................... page 4, 10 Classifieds ................................... page 9
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The Sheffield Press OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
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October 24, 1963 Raymond Mitchell, manager of the Buffalo Center Co-operative Creamery the past six years, resigned his position on Monday, Sept. 9. The resignation has been accepted by the board and he will continue his services there until Nov. 9, completing his 60-day notice of termination of services. He may continue for a temporary basis until a suitable replacement can be found. Mitchell was manager of the Sheffield-Rockwell Co-op Creamery for about 10 years, during which time the Rockwell creamery was consolidated with the local creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell recently sold there home here on Maple street to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller. The Mitchells will continue to reside in Buffalo Center according to present plans. Atty. Carl D. Foster of Sheffield and his son, Atty. David foster of Cleveland, Ohio, both graduates of the State University of Iowa, were among some 500 Iowa lawyers on The State University of Iowa campus Friday and Saturday for the annual fall Legal Institute held as part of the continuing education program of the SUI College of Law. They also attended the Iowa-Wisconsin football game on Saturday. The Institute opened Friday. This yearâ€™s session dealt with estate planning and administration under the new Iowa Probate Code. A special feature of the Institute was the Murray Memorial Lecture Friday night by Jerome Hall, professor of law at Indiana University. Mrs. Joy Webb of Chula Vista, Calif., arrived Wednesday night for a visit in the home of her brother and sisterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Yelland Sr. and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bechtel of Waco, Tex., were Monday, Oct. 14, callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bechtel. Carl and Matt are brothers and had not seen each other for over ten years.
The H. H. Atkinson home was the scene if a happy gathering on Friday, Oct. 18. The occasion was the observance of the 80th birthday of Mrs. H. H. Atkinson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Atkinson and sons, Phillip and Michael, of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohn Jr. and son, Ronald, of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. James Atkinson, Jeanne, Pamela, James and Robert, H. H. Atkinson and the honoree. Mrs. Atkinson received over 60 cards in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Jack Reublin and son, Terry, of Mason City were Saturday overnight visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sullivan. Mr. Reublin was attending National Guard Academy at Ft. Dodge over the week end. They returned home Sunday evening. Four Sheffield ladies attended the Third District Federated Womanâ€™s Clubs meeting held on Friday, Oct. 11, in the Methodist Church at Iowa Falls. They are Mrs. Raymond Nielsen, Mrs. George Rust, Mrs. Calvin Schneck and Mrs. Ernest Wiele. The morning sessions consisted of business, short talks by state and district officers, and announcement of program book ratings. Specials listed in the B & W Fine Foods Super Market ad this week include: Shurfresh Crackers, 1-lb. box, 19c; Bordenâ€™s Ice Cream, Â˝ gal. 49c; Huntâ€™s Tomato Juice, 4 46-oz. cans, $1; B & W Fresh 100% Pure Ground Beef, 3-lbs., $1.29; U. S. No. 1 Jonathons Apples, 3-lb. bag, 39C. October 25, 1973 Klip â€˜n Kurl Beauty Salon has moved to their new location at 212 Gilman Street, and reopened today, Thursday, Oct. 25. The James Atkinsons recently purchased the former Chinburg TV building and have redecorated the interior in preparation for occupancy by the Klip â€˜n Kurl salon. The salon was formerly located in the basement of the Linn building on Gilman Street. Roberta Atkinson
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this week has announced the opening of the salon at the new location. Two hundred head of Iowa hogs left the state on Monday, Oct. 15, bound for Venezuela where they will be used to upgrade swine herds in that nation. Esslinger and Son of rural Sheffield were selected to send 27 head of SPF Purebred Yorkshire hogs, with the balance of the 200head shipment made up of Durocs and Hampshires. Esslinger & Son, who have been producing SPF Purebred Yorkshire hogs for the past four years, furnished 22 boars and 5 gilts, with an average weight of 60 pounds, for the shipment. Dr. Don Casey of Carroll made the selection of the entire 200 head and came to the Esslinger & Son farm 4 miles southeast of Sheffield where the swine were selected according to specifications and tests of accepted swine made. Monday, Oct. 15, Esslinger & Son of West Fork township, took the 27 head of Yorkshires to Ames, where they met other segments of the shipment at the intersection of Interstate 35 and Highway 30. The swine were then loaded onto a semi-trailer truck and hauled to Florida where they were placed on a cargo plane for their destination in Venezuela. The Esslinger & Son swine herd is recognized as one of the best in the state; and the state is recognized as one of the best producers of swine in the nation. Sheffield-Chapin varsity gridiron team posted their fifth victory of the season in North Star Conference competition at Sheffield Wednesday night, Oct. 17. They defeated Corwith-Wesley 28-6 holding the visitors to only three first downs and a total of 104 yards offense. Spartans scored two touchdowns and 2-point conversions in the second quarter and two more touchdowns in the third period. Corwith-Wesley rammed through their lone touchdown in the final 2 second against a predominately reserve squad. Spartans came through with a total offense of 276 yards, 238 coming from rushing and 34 from passes. Aerials netted 16 points with a pair of touchdowns and conversion points, with running plays netting 12 points from 2 touchdowns. Terry Peter in 15 rushing tries posted 122 yards and Jeff Schoning came through with116 yards in 18 attempts. Bob Atkinson gained 10 yards in 6 tries. T. Peter completed 5 of 9 passes for 38 yards. Tom Koenigsberg caught 2 aerials for 26 yards. Bob Atkinson 1 for 8 yards, Bob Rabey 2 of 4 to gain 4 yards. Steve Sukup set the pace for defensive efforts with 11 tackes and 8 assists. Jack Stoffer was credited with 9 tackles and 9 assists. He also recovered a fumble which set up the play for a touchdown. Jon Swanson had 6 tackles and 11 assists; Jeff Schoning 5 and 11. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders and children were in Des Moines on Sunday, Oct. 21, attending to business matters in connection with the BoShar Department Store. CTA-1 Jim Buss arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buss, a week ago and is spending a one month leave. At the end of his visit he will report at Winter Harbor, Me. Tuesday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Conlon, Larry, Scott and Deanne, were his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Conlon of Ozark, Mo., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Conlon of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conlon of Minot, N. D., were also recent visitors. October 27, 1983 Various womenâ€™s clubs in the Sheffield vicinity have elected officers for the 1983-84 year. Officers in the various clubs are: F & S Study Club â€“ President, Maxine Alden; Vice President, Linda Van Sickel; Secre-
tary, Margaret Bolk; Treasurer, Marilyn Sheahan; Program Committee, Arlene Rust, chairwoman; Frances Koenigsberg, Leonora Niedringhaus. P.E.O. Sisterhood â€“ President, Dorothea Rawson; Vice President, Emmy Lou Bennett; Recording Secretary, Arlene Schrupp; Corresponding Secretary, Lola Yelland; Treasurer, Faye Heuberger; Chaplain, Winnifred Messerschmidt; Guard, Donna Zickefoose; Pianists, Myrl Kaiser and Ann Galvin. Philharmonic Music Club â€“ President, Deb Miller; Vice President, Carla Nelson; Secretary, Deb Atkinson; Treasurer, Jean Brouwer; Historian, Julie Barkela; Director, Bev Bohach; Accompanist, Belva Sheriff. B2 Study Club â€“ President, Diana Schaefer; Vice President, Ruth Ann Brayton; Secretary, Margaret Younge; Treasurer, Dorothy Davolt. Hillside Cemetery Society â€“ President, Stacia Etnier; Vice President, Erna Boehlje; Treasurer, Ruby Reetz; Grounds Chairwoman, Dorothy Davolt; Lot Chairwoman, Mary Jensen; Penny Fund, Clara Barkela. Senior Citizens (men and women) â€“ President, Alice Borcherding; Vice President, Bill Ayers; Secretary, Dorothy Bielefeld; Treasurer, Hilda Lamp; Program Chairwoman, Ruth Wiele; Publicity, Leona Nielsen. You Go I Go Club â€“ President, Doris Eichmeier; Vice President, Frances Wiseman; Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Barnes; Gift Committee, Frances Wiseman and Pat Barnes. Tri-s Study Club â€“ President, Shirley Plagge; Vice President, Millie Rabey; Secretary, Joan Schneider; Treasurer, Mary Peter; Historian, Shirley Harris; Program Chairman, Ramona Schneck. Whatâ€™s New Club â€“ President, Frances Riles; Vice President, Anna Mae Meyer; Secretary-Treasurer, Carolyn Riles; Flower Lady, Frances Riles. American Legion Auxiliary â€“ President, Barbara Heuberger; Vice President, Mildred Schroeder; Secretary, Nelsine Schroeder; Treasurer, Dorothy Persons; Chaplain, Marilyn Sheahan; Historian, Mary Jensen; Executive Boatd, Mildred Schroeder, Fern Rodruck and Marilyn Sheahan. Motherâ€™s Club
â€“ President, Vicki Sukup; Vice President, Deb Miller; Recording Secretary, Kay Schoning; Corresponding Secretary, Jan Dorenkamp; Treasurer, Julie Snyder. Sheffield-Chapin Music Booster â€“ President, Linda Peters; Vice President, Bev Bohach; Secretary, Becky Tull; Treasurer, Jane Etnier. Mrs. Mary Knapp accompanied her daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Heuberger of Clear Lake, to Blue Earth, Minn., on Saturday, Oct. 22, for and all day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heuberger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rooney and Nicholas of Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nuehring and Mike of rural Rockwell were Sunday evening, Oct. 23, dinner guests in the parental Melvin Buss home. Pat Nuehring joined the family later in the evening. October 28, 1993 The Aplington-Parkersburg Falcons ended the Lady Spartans volleyball season in the opening round of sectionals Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Parkersburg. S-C/M-T dropped three straight 2-15, 10-15, and 6-15. Individually Jill Slagle and Amy Proctor both served 100 percent. Becky Carlson popped in 10 of 11 serves for 91 percent, Angie Peter made 9 of 11 for 82 percent, Dawn Anderson hit in 8 of 10 for 80 percent, Carrie Dorenkamp served 9 of 12 with an ace and Carrie Anderson converted 3 of 5 for 60 percent. Angie was credited with 9 assists. Top hitters were Andy Adams getting 3 kills in 3 for 4 hitting. Dawn also had 3 kills in 8 of 13 attacks, Carrie Anderson nailed 2 kills in 17 of 20 hits, Krista Shaw added a kill in 2 of 3 attempts and Becky had 1 kill in 4 for 5 hitting. Dawn led the team in digs with 5, followed by Carrie Anderson 4, Becky 3 and Jill 8 Defensively at the net, Angie had 2 blocks, Carrie Anderson 2, Andy, Dawn and Jill each added a block. As a team, SC/M-T served 81 percent, received 82 percent, had 10 kills, 14 digs and 8 blocks. The Lady Spartans closed out a very successful season with an overall record of 15-10-2 and 45 wins and 31 losses in total games played.
This yearâ€™s varsity squad included: seniors Carrie Dorenkamp, Jaimie Okusko, Angie Peter, Amy Proctor, and Sarah Waddingham; juniors Carrie Anderson, Dawn Anderson, Sarah Brown, Kara Kruckenberg, and Lonna Depping; sophomores Becky Carlson, Andy Adams, Danielle Bram, and Jill Slagle; and freshman Krista Shaw. The Lady Spartans were coached by Frank Schnoes and Deb Willhite. Bob and Alice Sanders of Castle rock, Colo, were Thursday through Sunday visitors in the home of Harold and Dorothy Oehlert. Lola Yelland, Ruth Pinneke and Florence Emhoff enjoyed dinner at a Mason City restaurant on Thursday evening and them attended the play, â€œMarvinâ€™s Room,â€? at the Mason City Community Theater. Visitors with Imogene Gamm on Monday and overnight were her brother and his wife, Dick and Maxine Gamm, of Cedar Rapids. Ernest Miller was in Charles City Tuesday, Oct. 10, at a dinner in the home of his niece, Mrs. Mackleroy. Other accompanying him were Florence Mahn of Sheffield; Wilma Scholl of Rockwell; and Kathryn Foell of Portland. Monday Menâ€™s League standing at Sheffield Lanes as of Monday, Oct. 18, are as follows: Sheffield Lanes, Sheffield Savings Bank, Yelland Insurance, Dieselâ€™s Lounge 2, Iowa Drainage, Sheffield Auto Body, Dieselâ€™s Lounge 1. High Team Series â€“ Sheffield Lanes, 2, 530; Iowa Drainage, 2,500; Dieselâ€™s Lounge 1, 2,495. High Team Game â€“ Dieselâ€™s Lounge 1, 930; Iowa Drainage, 863; Sheffield Lanes, 860. High Individual Series â€“ Jack Zimmerman, 596; Chuck Fischer, Wayne Brady, 586; Dan Hubka, 576. High Individual Game â€“ Wayne Brady, 223; Fred Schoning, 211; Bill Myers, DelRay McKee, Jack Zimmerman, 210. Saturday afternoon, Oct. 16, Dr. Glenn Johnson and family visited in the home of his sister, Molly Allen, and family. They were enroute home to Bemidji, Minn.
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OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
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The 16-day government shutdown came an anti-climatic end last Wednesday when House Republicans conceded their inevitable defeat and gave up on attempts to defund Obamacare. The lackluster finish averted financial default and raised the debt ceiling so the government could keep paying its bills. The budget solution, which passed first by a large margin in the Senate and later in the House, funded the government through Jan. 15 and raised the debt limit through Feb. 7. Though we can breath easy now, Americans
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farm bill and immigration reform. Finding a middle ground has proven to be as difficult as landing a man on Mars. The unwavering political strife in Congress has made the next few months all the more troubling. Itâ€™s obvious â€œgoverningâ€? by shutdown was a failure for House Republicans, as they gained next to nothing from the 16-day lockout. However, many GOP legislators were quoted as saying they planned to continue where they left off when the winter budget and debt ceiling battles heat up again. This tactic would once again take the United States backwards by stalling constructive progress on extremely pertinent budget issues that promise to continue into the foreseeable future. Itâ€™s ludicrous to think Democrats and Republicans will ever see eye-to-eye on every issue â€“ thatâ€™s just not how things work. However, itâ€™d be nice if the GOP would convalesce around more centralized goals instead of bickering amongst themselves about which direction theyâ€™d like to take. The shutdown created economic turmoil and threatened to affect international markets if the debt ceiling wasnâ€™t raised. Republican legislators should take note the political desires of a few arenâ€™t worth creating widespread trouble for many. Itâ€™s obvious our nationâ€™s spending habits need to be cut back and our budget trimmed, but the GOP should take a logical approach when heading into future showdowns. After all, it took us a while to get into this financial hole and it will take us while to get out. Presenting less confrontational and aggressive proposals to the Democrat-held Senate will create a better potential for success than the slashand-gash attempts of recent memory. The shutdown failed, and learning from this extremely reckless style of governing is key if Republicans want to achieve their goals down the road.
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Prison inmates â€œgive backâ€? through Leader Dog Program By Rebecca Peter The inmates of the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility (FDCF) are there for a variety of crimes. The Leader Dog Program at the prison gives inmates an opportunity to â€œgive backâ€? to society. The program trains dogs for the visually impaired. James McKinney, acting warden at Fort Dodge, introduced the program at the facility in Rockwell City in 2001. McKinney started the Leader Dog program at Fort Dodge in 2010. According to Brenda Birchard, Coordinator of FDCF Leader Dog Program, there are currently 66 â€œhandlersâ€? at the Fort Dodge facility. Leroy Seiler and Mark Greiman, formerly of Garner, are two of the puppy handlers at Fort Dodge. Seiler has been incarcerated since 1980. Mark Greiman since 1999. Birchard noted, the number of assigned â€œhandlersâ€? fluctuates with the number of puppies ready for training and â€œsponsorsâ€? for those puppies. (A â€œsponsorshipâ€? costs $500). Dogs used in the program are purebred or a mix of one of the three accepted breeds: Labrador retriever, German shepherd or Golden retriever. They enter the Fort Dodge facility at approximately 12 weeks of age to begin training as guides for the blind. The dog handlers under go training for the program as well. Any of the inmates at FDCF are allowed to attend the training classes, â€œbut for one of these men to be assign a puppy, that man must hold and retain the highest behavioral level that this institution expects from them,â€? Birchard said. The dogs and their handlers are together for a year. The dogs are taught a series of basic commands (sit, lay, stay, leave it, etc.). Afterwards the dogs â€œgraduateâ€? to even more intensive training at the Leader Dog Campus in Michigan before they are ready for a career as a dog for the visually impaired. Lynn Smith and Jim Arnold, Garner Lions Club members, are puppy â€œsponsors.â€? The Leader Dog program is supported by the Iowa Lions Club organization. â€œWhen I found out [Seiler] was a part of the Leader Dog program, I wrote him a letter and started communicating,â€? said Smith. Eventually Smith visited Seiler at the prison. â€œHe had his dog with him, because when they train the dogs theyâ€™re with them 24/7.â€? Smith attended his first â€œPuppy Daysâ€? last year. â€œThe program is put on by the inmates,â€? he explained. â€œI was so impressed with the whole program I decided to sponsor a dog. I got to name a dog. His name is â€˜Garnerâ€™.â€? â€œMy wife, Kathy, was a little skeptical about me communicating with someone in prison - much less going to see them.â€? he continued. Smith got Kathy to go to this yearâ€™s Puppy Days event at Fort Dodge, on Aug. 23. Kathy Smith became an enthusiastic sponsor - only this time, she wanted to pick the name for the dog. â€œLike Lynn said, this is something that gets infectious,â€? Jim Arnold stated. Arnoldâ€™s involvement began two years ago when he was a trustee for the Lionâ€™s Foundation. â€œI was fortunate enough to be assigned as the contact for the Leader Dog program in the prison,â€? he said. â€œIt was the most eye-opening event Iâ€™ve had in my life. I saw we were actually getting something back
from people who are serving time, that will carry on and benefit a lot of lives.â€? Occasionally a dog just doesnâ€™t work out as a leader dog. Those dogs are given a â€˜career changeâ€™ (perhaps as a helper dog for a disabled person) and still lead useful lives, Arnold said. â€œIâ€™m extremely proud to support the program,â€? he said. Another Garner club, the Garner Modern Homemakers, sponsors a Labrador retriever named â€œLinnsu.â€? Greater independence District Lions Governor Gary Schriver of Mason City, can personally attest to thoroughness of the training for dogs. Legally blind for 30 years, Schriverâ€™s dog is Logan, an eight-year-old Labrador. Leader dogs are an alternative to using a white cane, he said. â€œIâ€™m a very independent person. I donâ€™t like to sit around and wait for people to take me places I need to go or having to ask someone where I have to go.â€? At first skeptical, Schriver applied for and received a dog. â€œItâ€™s the best thing that ever happened to me,â€? he said. â€œThey are taught to get the blind person to where he needs to go, in the most safe manner possible.â€? The dog is also trained to evaluate the situation when he gets to the corner. â€œHe will basically watch the traffic for me,â€? Schriver said. Shown how to get to a place just once, Logan will take Gary there - to the grocery store, to the mall or even to a specific store in the mall. â€œI can go any place now with this dog and be confident of where Iâ€™m going,â€? he said. â€?Itâ€™s really amazing.â€? Because of the Leader Dog Program, it cost Schriver nothing to acquire Logan. â€œIf I had to buy this dog, it would cost about $40,000.â€? Benefits to inmates The benefits of the Leader Dog Program to the visually impaired are obvious. But what about for the inmates at Fort Dodge? â€œI feel there are a plethora of benefits for these men, but also for those in the community,â€? said Brenda Birchard. â€œSome [inmates] have lost a sense of self assurance, but went on to nurture another living creature that went on to guide a visually impaired person, has re-instilled self-confidence into that person that hopefully will enable that person to reenter our community with a positive mindset, making it safer for all who come across their paths. Birchard has witnessed inmates who upon either receiving a puppy for the first time or saying â€œgoodbyeâ€? to one, exhibit publically, emotions, â€œthat their court records would testify directly opposite to!â€? â€œAll in all, I feel these precious creatures heal the mind sets of these men more than weâ€™ll ever know,â€? she said. â€œMaybe while the puppies are residing with us, they are inadvertently guiding these possibly psychologically impaired handlersâ€Śbut upon reentry they will now adhere to the standards that society expects from them - all thanks to a furry four-legged creature.â€? More information about the
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The Sheffield Press OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
The best of whatâ€™s around:
Clarksville coach impressed by Warhawksâ€™ Peterson By Kristi Nixon SHEFFIELD â€“ Clarksville head coach Heather Peterson has seen second-ranked (Class 1A) Janesville and No. 7 (1A) Tripoli this season. But the most impressive hitter she has seen thus far? West Forkâ€™s Lindsey Peterson (no relation). â€œWest Fork isnâ€™t any better than any team weâ€™ve seen,â€? coach Peterson said. â€œBut their No. 5 (Lindsey Peterson) is the best hitter weâ€™ve seen out of Tripoli and Janesville â€“ all the teams weâ€™ve played â€“ sheâ€™s by far the best hitter and I donâ€™t think we were ready for that.â€? And the Warhawksâ€™ senior outside hitter put down 15 of her teamâ€™s 21 kills in a 25-10, 25-7 win over the Indians and West Fork went on to defeat Belmond-Klemme in a home triangular, 25-21, 25-10, in which she had 21 of the teamâ€™s 33 kills. â€œSheâ€™s definitely what makes up the team,â€? coach Peterson said. â€œWe did have a block up on her, so that was good. I told them, â€˜you put a block up on her, sheâ€™ll shut down.â€™
She didnâ€™t, though.â€? Belmond-Klemme completed the triangular with a 25-22, 25-17 win over Clarksville. â€œI thought we came out strong after the weekend,â€? West Fork coach Abbie Gappa said. â€œWe came back and looked promising after playing highly-ranked teams at Hampton at times. But, there were a lot of times where, I donâ€™t knowâ€ŚI definitely thought we could show improvement and I thought we could have done a lot better against Belmond. â€œWe need to start looking at other guns instead of just relying on just one or two so that it helps to see what else we can do. I think tonight we looked at other options beside Lindsey, which is what we need to.â€? Peyton Perkins and Ahna Larson combined to distribute 26 assists to eight different hitters for the Warhawks in the win over B-K. Clarksville, too, played better against the Broncos, particularly in the first set, but still came up short in ending its regular season. The Indians combined for seven
West Forkâ€™s Siera Jeffrey concentrates on a serve during the teamâ€™s home triangular on Monday, Oct. 14. (Kristi Nixon/ Hampton Chronicle)
Kaitlyn Liekweg (4) of West Fork hits past the block of Clarksvilleâ€™s Tayler Maiers during a the home triangular on Monday, Oct. 14. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)
ace serves against B-K, three by Hannah Green and two in a row by Isabella Vance in the second set that pulled them to within 13-8. â€œWe played better against Belmond-Klemme,â€? coach Peterson said. â€œWe just have little mistakes of not finishing the good plays â€“ weâ€™ll have a great dig or a great serve and then we come back with a hitting error or a blocking error or another missed serve. Thatâ€™s something weâ€™ll work on in the off-season for sure. â€œItâ€™s tough to end the regular season that way and now we have Tripoli (in the 1A regional opener) and itâ€™s go-to-work time. We have practice in front of us and plenty of time to recoup after today and then weâ€™re back at it.â€? West Fork opened at NashuaPlainfield, also on Tuesday. â€œHopefully, weâ€™ll be ready for regionals,â€? Gappa said. West Fork 2, Belmond-Klemme 0 (25-21, 25-10)
Attacks â€“ B-K 51 (Jackee Meyer 14, Mackenzie Tenold 11, Hailey Barrus 8, Brianna High 8, Taylor Walrod 5, Rebecca Soma 4, Josie Trager); WF 43 (Lindsey Peterson 25, Courtney Larson 7, Peyton Perkins 6, Kelsey Nierengarten 5, Ahna Larson 2, Kaitlyn Liekweg 2, Lexi Bray, Siera Jeffrey).
Kills â€“ B-K 16 (Meyer 6, Tenold 5, Barrus 2, Soma 2, Trager). WF 33 (Peterson 21, Nierengarten 4, C. Larson 3, Bray, A. Larson, Liekweg). Assists â€“ B-K 12 (Walrod 11, Ashley Friedow). WF 30 (Perkins 15, A. Larson 11, Liekweg 2, Jacy Guerrero, C. Larson). Digs â€“ B-K 7 (Lexie Hartmann 2, Tenold 2, Brenna Barkema, Barrus, Soma). WF 28 (Peterson 7, A. Larson 6, C. Larson 6, Liekweg 4, Madison Patton 2, Guerrero, Perkins). Serving â€“ B-K, Walrod 9-9, ace; Barrus 4-4, ace; Olivia Kuhlers 3-3; Hartmann 3-3; Tenold 3-3; Friedow 3-4, ace; Natalee Dippel 0-1. WF, Jeffrey 9-9, ace; Perkins 5-5; C. Larson 1314, 3 aces; Peterson 8-9, 2 aces; A. Larson 3-4; Liekweg 6-8, 2 aces.
West Fork 2, Clarksville 0 (25-10, 25-7)
Attacks â€“ Clark 16 (Brittney Litterer 6, Makayla Holub 2, Tayler Maiers 2, Emily Mennenga 2, Maddie Poppe 2, Hannah Thompson, Maddie Poppe); WF 56 (Lindsey Peterson 31, Courtney Larson 8, Kelsey Nierengarten 5, Britta Becker 2, Ahna Larson 2, Kaitlyn Liekweg, Courtney Lowe). Kills â€“ Clark 2 (Litterer, Poppe). WF 21 (Peterson 15, Nierengarten 2, A. Larson 2, C. Larson, Liekweg). Assists â€“ Clark 2 (Madison Bloker, Hannah Faust). WF 21 (Peyton Perkins 9, A. Larson 7, Jacy Guerrero 3, Becker, Peterson). Digs â€“ Clark 6 (Mennenga 3, Hannah Green, Litterer, Vance). WF 22 (A. Larson 6, Liekweg 5, Peterson 3, C. Larson 3, Madison Patton 2, Nierengarten 2). Blocks â€“ Clark 2 (Faust, Thompson). WF, None. Serving â€“ Clark, Mennenga 5-5; Thompson 4-4; Bridget Ross 2-2; Bloker 2-2; Green 2-3; Vance 0-2. WF, Jeffrey 10-10, ace; Guerrero 2-2; Peterson 8-9, 5 aces; Liekweg 6-7; C.
Larson 12-14, 3 aces; Perkins 2-3, ace; A. Larson 2-3.
Belmond-Klemme 2, Clarksville 0 (25-22, 25-17)
Kills â€“ Clark 9 (Tayler Maiers 4, Kennedy Becker 3, Brittney Litterer 2). B-K 23 (Jackee Meyer 10, Hailey Barrus 5, Mackenzie Tenold 5, Brianna High 2, Taylor Walrod). Assists â€“ Clark 8 (Madison Bloker 5, Bridget Ross 3). B-K 17 (Ashley Friedow 9, Walrod 8). Digs â€“ Clark 9 (Emily Mennenga 4, Hannah Green 3, Bloker, Isabella Vance). B-K 11
(Lexie Hartmann 4, Olivia Kuhlers 3, Barrus 3, Kacie Schumann). Blocks â€“ Clark, None. B-K 5 (Tenold 2, Walrod 2, Soma). Serving â€“ Clark, Emily Mennenga 8-8; Hannah Thompson 4-4; Madison Bloker 5-6, ace; Bridget Ross 5-6, ace; Isabella Vance 4-5, 2 aces; Hannah Green 5-8, 3 aces. B-K, Kuhlers 14-14, 2 aces; Brenna Barkema 2-2; Hartmann 9-10, Friedow 6-7, ace; Barrus 2-3, ace; Walrod 2-4, ace; Tenold 6-9, 2 aces.
West Fork volleyball .500 in final regular-season tournament GARNER â€“ Wrapping up regular season play on Saturday, Oct. 21, the West Fork volleyball team defeated West Hancock and North Iowa but fell to Rockford and Garner-Hayfield/Ventura to go to 15-11 overall entering regional play. Lindsey Peterson finished with 58 kills and 32 digs on the day for the Warhawks while Siera Jeffrey was perfect on 41 serves with a pair of aces. Coach Abbee Gappaâ€™s squad won 21-6, 21-16 against West Hancock and handed North Iowa 21-13, 21-5 loss but lost in three to Rockford, 21-23, 21-19, 9-15 and in two against the host school 21-14, 21-15. The Warhawks opened regional play on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at Corn Bowl Conference opponent Nashua.
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Dominating the Corn Bowl: West Fork teams sweep conference cross country titles MANLY â€“ Both West Fork cross country teams placed the majority of its teams in the top-10 to earn the Corn Bowl Conference crowns on Thursday, Oct. 17 at Pioneer Town & Country Club in Manly. The third-ranked Warhawk boys team was completely dominant with all five of their scoring runners placing in the top seven, led by Peyton Twedtâ€™s individual title in a time of 16 minutes, 56 seconds for 32 team points â€“ 12 ahead of runner-up North Butler, ranked ninth in 1A. Twedt was followed by Jacob Hansen, who was third at 17:21 and Drew Engebretsonâ€™s fourth-place finish in 18:09. Rounding out team scoring were Colton Rowe (sixth) and Austin Steil (seventh). Finishing runner-up for North Butler was Caleb Wedeking (17:16). The Bearcats had three in the top 10, including Jerod Ballhagen (fifth) and Gavin Scroggin (10th). Meanwhile, Maya Roweâ€™s runnerup finish in 17:22 to North Butlerâ€™s Isabel Derdzinski at 17:16 paced the Warhawk girls with 32 team points to out-distance second-place Nash-
ua-Plainfield (62). North Butler was third in the team race (67). Also scoring in the top-10 for coach Mark Twedtâ€™s girls squad were Madison Schreckengost, fourth; Taylor Nuehring, fifth and Sydney Schreckengost, eighth. The Bearcat girls scored another top 10 finish from Lisa Feldman, 10th overall. It was a good tune-up for the joint state-qualifying meet at Eagle Grove on Thursday, Oct. 24 where all of the 1A Corn Bowl teams plus several others will compete for a chance to run at Fort Dodge on Saturday, Nov. 2. West Fork and North Butler are the highest-ranked boys teams who will compete for a spot at the state meet with Eagle Grove right behind the Bearcats at 10th. The top three teams plus top 10 individuals qualify. Top-15 teams among the girls teams at the meet will be South Hamilton, Mason City Newman and North Iowa. Corn Bowl Conference Meet at Manly Boys Team Scoring
1. West Fork 32; 2. North Butler 44; 3. Central
H-D girls, boys bring up rear in conference races EAGLE GROVE â€“ Hampton-Dumontâ€™s girls and boys cross country teams both finished in the final spot of the North Central Conference team races held Tuesday at Eagle Grove. While Tiffany Christensen was the individual champion for the third time in her career, Humboldt won the team title in the girls race with 35 points. The Bulldogs scored 240 points for 10th. They were led by Jordan Prantnerâ€™s 24th place finish, crossing the line in 17 minutes, 59 seconds. She was the only H-D runner to finish among the top 30 for either girls or boys teams. Algona was paced by Bo Hjelleâ€™s individual championship to another team title, scoring 32 team points. H-D boys scored 260 points for
ninth out of nine complete teams at the meet. North Central Conference Varsity Girls Team Scoring
1. Humboldt 35; 2. Algona 74; 3. Iowa Falls-Alden 103; 4. Webster City 106; 5. Clarion-Goldfield 155; 6. Bishop Garrigan 156; 7. Eagle Grove 170; 8. Clear Lake 175; 9. St. Edmond 181; 10. HamptonDumont 140. Top 10 â€“ 1. Tiffany Christensen (EG) 15:16; 2. Sam Larson (Humb) 15:23; 3. Tangy Wiseman (Alg) 15:55; 4. Maddie Kampen (Humb) 16:16; 5. Sophia Luu (Humb) 16:28; 6. Bethany Lippert (IF-A) 16:30; 7. Jessica Lippert (IF-A) 16:35; 8. Carissa Pityer (Alg) 16:43; 9. Kate Curran (Humb) 16:47; 10. Morgan Van Zante (Alg) 16:59.
Varsity Boys Team Scoring
1. Algona 32; 2. Clear Lake 71; 3. St. Edmond 82; 4. Humboldt 121; 5. Eagle Grove 141; 6. Webster City 149; 7. Bishop Garrigan 151; 8. Iowa Falls-Alden 160; 9. Hampton-Dumont 240. Top 10 â€“ 1. Bo Hjelle (Alg) 16:36; 2. Antonio DiMarco (CL) 17:00; 3. Noah Stephas (EG) 17:05; 4. Pete Hollinger (Alg) 17:09; 5. Jake Miller (Humb) 17:25; 6. Casey McEvoy (FDSE) 17:28; 7. Mason Altman (Alg) 17:28; 8. Tony Kollash (Alg Garrigan) 17:29; 9. Loren Shellabarger (Alg) 17:30; 10. Jake Iverson (CL) 17:31.
Springs 71; 4. Nashua-Plainfield 102; 5. Rockford 127. Top 10 individuals â€“ 1. Peyton Twedt (WF) 16:56.00; 2. Caleb Wedeking 17:16; 3. Jacob Hansen (WF) 17:21; 4. Drew Engebretson (WF) 18:09; 5. Jarod Ballhagen (NB) 18:16; 6. Colton Rowe (WF) 18:19; 7. Austin Steil (WF) 18:22; 8. Zack Bond (N-P) 18:35; 9. Jesse Marino (CS) 18:42; 10. Gavin Scroggin (NB) 18:46.
Girls Team Scoring
1. West Fork 32; 2. Nashua-Plainfield 62; 3. North Butler 67; 4. Central Springs 85; 5. Rockford 109. Top 10 individuals â€“ 1. Isabel Derdzinski (NB) 17:16; 2. Maya Rowe (WF) 17:22; 3. Lauren Franke (CS) 17:52; 4. Madison Schreckengost (WF) 17:57; 5. Taylor Nuehring (WF) 18:04; 6. Amy Fullerton (Rock) 18:05; 7. Kalley Matzen (CS) 18:10; 8. Sydney Shreckengost (WF) 18:14; 9. Annette Lantow (N-P) 18:18; 10. Lisa Feldman (NB) 18:21.
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The Sheffield Press
OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
Homecoming Floats (JZ Photos)
Track resurfacing hits a road bump at West Fork By Nick Pedley Plans to resurface West Fork’s high school track were delayed recently when it was discovered more work was needed than originally expected. Superintendent Darrin Strike informed the Board of Education that tiling is needed around the inside of the track to correct ongoing drainage issues before any resurfacing work starts. The board decided to move forward with plans to replace the track’s old rock surface with asphalt at their September meeting because it was outdated and prone to flooding. However, the new tiling development put those plans on hold until at least spring. “This project was moving along nicely, but then it hit some rough water,” said Strike. “I really don’t think we’ll be able to get the tile installed this fall because everybody is booked this time of the year.” Once completed, the new asphalt surface will provide West Fork athletes an adequate practice facility for track and field. The high school no longer hosts a meet each spring, but the junior high does. The board shied away from an all-weather surface due to the high price tag and lack of necessity. An all-weather surface would run upwards of $300,000, Strike said in September, but the asphalt is only estimated to cost the district between $50,000$55,000.
The board tabled any action on the track and felt the project would most likely resume in the spring. “I think it’s going to be a bigger project than we though,” said board member Jim Tuttle. The board shifted discussion to potential cooling systems at the district’s two buildings. Scorching temperatures at the start of the school year forced five-straight early outs in August, and some West Fork patrons questioned the lack of climate control in Sheffield and Rockwell. Both Strike and the board felt pursuing the installation of air conditioning units wasn’t financially viable at the present time. Additionally, the five dismissals were extremely rare compared to past years. “The millions of dollars that saving five days a year is going cost doesn’t cut it, in my opinion,” said board member Rob Heimbuch. However, future developments may force West Fork’s hand down the road. Strike said the probability that Iowa’s schools switch to a yearround class schedule is building momentum. If such a change were to occur, air conditioning would become a necessity during the summer months. The board agreed, and many felt year-round classes were almost inevitable.
“Don’t think it’s not going to happen, because they’re doing it in charter schools, and if those kids score higher on tests, it’s going to start changing,” Tuttle said. “I remember when they started giving kids iPads and I thought we were years away from that at West Fork. But, look – we have iPads.” After further discussion, the board agreed to have MidAmerican Energy review cost-effective options for cooling the district’s buildings. The survey will come at no cost and will provide the board with data for future decisions. “I believe it’s coming quicker than we think,” said Tuttle, about year-round school. Other business Strike reported that the district’s three-year-old pre-K through 12th grade enrollment was 731 for the 2013-14 school year. Last year’s number was 750. The Rockwell building houses 346 students this year, and the Sheffield facility has 385 students. Strike also noted that the district has seen an increase in open enrollment into the district and a decrease of students open enrolling out. The board approved the hiring of Abbee Gappa as an assistant on the girls’ varsity basketball team and Lindsy Mayland as a para-educator at the Sheffield campus. The board’s next meeting will be Nov. 18, at 5 p.m., in Sheffield.
School Conferences for elementary through high school will be 4-8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28 and Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 3-7 p.m. Preschool and elementary students in both the Rockwell and Sheffield buildings will have scheduled conference times with their teachers. Middle school teachers will be in their rooms. If your middle school student does not have a scheduled conference time, you are welcome to come and visit with teachers as they become available. They will take a meal break on Monday from 5:00-5:30 and on Tuesday from 4:30-5:00 and will not be available during those times. High school teachers will be available in their rooms for conferences. Shared teachers will split their time between the Rockwell and Sheffield campuses. Mrs. Payton, Mrs. Gappa and Mr. Kudej will be in Sheffield 4-5:40 on Monday and 3-7 p.m. on Tuesday and in Rockwell 6-8 p.m. on Monday. Mrs. Otten will be in Sheffield 4-5:40 on Monday and Rockwell 6-8 p.m. on Monday and 3-7 p.m. on Tuesday. Mr. Curtis and Mrs. Scholl will be in Sheffield 6-8 p.m. on Monday and in Rockwell 4-5:40 on Monday and 3-7 p.m. on Tuesday. Mrs. McLennan will be available 4-6 p.m. on Monday and 3-7 p.m. on Tuesday. Mrs. Trewin and Mr. Spurgin will be available on Monday and Mr. Elling on Tuesday. The ICAN (Iowa College Access Network) will provide two presentations on Monday, Oct. 28. At 5:30 p.m. in the media center, juniors and parents are invited to the College Planning Night. This is the ideal opportunity to find
answers to your questions about the college planning process. At 6:30 p.m. seniors and parents are invited to the Financial Aid presentation in the media center. This is a very informative meeting regarding financial aid for college - there will be info on completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), types of financial assistance available as well as overview, tips and deadlines for the financial aid process. School will be dismissed at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28 and Tuesday, Oct. 29. There will be no school on Friday, Nov. 1. School conferences are an important source of communication between the teachers, students and parents/guardians. They provide an opportunity for parents/guardians to meet teachers and administrators, to ask questions and to hear about how each child interacts in the classroom. It is an opportunity to gain valuable feedback about the development of individual students. Most importantly, it sends a powerful message about how much parents and educators care about the education of each student. Even if it is only for five or 10 minutes, the time parents take to spend with teachers can have an enormous impact on their children’s attitude toward learning and success in the classroom, such as increased school attendance and higher academic performance. We encourage you to make every effort to attend the conferences. West Fork School Calendar Notices Wednesday, Oct. 23 - Professional Development, 2 p.m. Dismissal
Monday, Oct. 28 - Parent Teacher Conferences, 4-8 p.m., and 2 p.m. Dismissal Tuesday, Oct. 29 - Parent Teacher Conferences, 3-7 p.m., and 2 p.m. Dismissal Friday, Nov. 1 - No School Monday, Nov. 4 - No School, Professional Development
Senior class parade float
Junior class parade float
Sophomore class parade float
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Freshman class parade float
West Fork Volleyball Seniors were honored Thursday evening at the West Fork High School. They are, left to right: Catherina Eichel, Hiina Domae, Florencia Frias, Amber Hanig, Lea Johnson, Courtney Lowe, Kelsey Nierengarten, Erika Perkins, Lindsey Peterson, Ashley Stevens.
Shown above are West Fork volleyball coach, Abby Gappa, left, and senior volleyball player Lindsey Peterson. Lindsey was honored for having over 1,000 kills, over 1,000 digs, and 1,300+ assists during her career at West Fork High School. Congratulations, Lindsey!
West Fork Foreign Exchange Students participating in volleyball were honored Thursday evening in the West Fork gym. They are, left to right: Catherina Eichel, Hiina Domae, Florencia Frias.
The Sheffield Press OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
Geneva native named new president of NIACC By Jeff Forward A former resident of Geneva has been named the new president of NIACC. Dr. Steven Schulz, who grew up in Geneva, east of Hampton in Franklin County, was chosen to lead the North Iowa Area Community College on Thursday Oct. 17 by the NIACC Board of Trustees. â€œWe are so pleased to have Dr. Schulz as our incoming president,â€? said NIACC Board of Trustees President Toni Noah. â€œThis is a very important day for the college.â€? Schulz, 1979 a graduate of AckleyGeneva High School and son of former junior high principal Dwight â€œBudâ€? Schulz, moved away from Geneva after high school and is now returning to his roots with the job in Mason City. â€œThe location is really nice to reconnect with old friends and relatives,â€? Schulz said. â€œI came home in summers, but for all effective purposes, I left Geneva in 1983.â€? Schulz has a wife, Cathie, and two daughters â€“ Lindsey and Caitlyn. â€œI am so excited for this next step, Schulz said after being named president. â€œFrom the beginning, this just felt like a perfect choice for me and my family.â€? Schulz comes to NIACC as the new president from his current job as provost at the Des Moines Area Community College Carroll Campus. He will begin work at NIACC on Dec. 1, replacing outgoing president Dr. Debra Derr. Schulz has a lengthy background in education administration, including holding a Masterâ€™s Degree in secondary education from the University of Northern Iowa and a Ph.D. in educational leadership and policy from Iowa State. He is a 1983 graduate of Wartburg College in Waverly. The new NIACC president said he was drawn to the profession
Dr. Steven Schulz was named the new president of NIACC last week. (Submitted photo) of educational leadership after working with numerous superintendents during his career who motivated him through their own leadership practices. â€œI worked with several superintendents and I watched their ability to shape the direction of an organization,â€? Schulz said. â€œItâ€™s an opportunity to have an impact on the lives of students. â€œ Schulz worked for many years in secondary education, holding various positions including principal of a seventh through 12th grade school in Plainfield; working as middle school principal in the Carroll Community School District for nine years; and also was superintendent of the Carroll district from 2000-2004. Schulz began his college career as a part-time provost at DMACC before moving to the full-time provost position. â€œI finished up my Ph.D. at Iowa State with the idea that one day, Iâ€™d like to be a college president,â€? Schulz said. â€œIâ€™ve been actively seeking a president position. Iâ€™ve just been looking for this opportunity. The NIACC job seemed to be a good fit.â€?
Great Iowa Treasure Hunt Gears Up for Fall Publication
Author John Cunningham donated a copy of his book, â€œ â€˜Rocky Hillâ€™: A History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa,â€? to Sheffield librarian Jill Peterson last week. Cunningham wrote the book which details the history of Cerro Gordo County and its townships and cities since their founding. The last book chronicling the countyâ€™s past was written in 1910, and Cunningham felt it was time a new edition covering the past 100 years was published. (Photo by Nick Pedley)
MAGISTRATE COURT The following actions were resolved recently in Franklin County Magistrate Court: â€˘ Jose Francisco Limias Ortiz, 41, Bradford, pled guilty on October 10 to public intoxication. A second count, disorderly conduct, was dismissed as part of a plea bargain. On each count he was assessed $60 court costs. He was also sentenced to 20 days in jail with credit for 20 days time served. Case was filed by
the Hampton Police Department on September 20. â€˘ Tyler James Mejia, 20, Manly, pled guilty on October 10 to possession of alcohol under the legal age. On the same date he was fined $200, assessed a $70 surcharge, and $60 court costs. Case was filed by the Hampton Police Department on September 27. SMALL CLAIMS Judgments of small claims filed recently in the district court for Franklin County included: â€˘ 1st Financial Bank USA vs. Kolette Kaye Kapp, Dumont. Case was dismissed on October 15 without prejudice. Case was filed on July 24. REAL ESTATE The Franklin County Recorderâ€™s Office recorded the following real estate transactions: â€˘ Court Officer Deed: Estate of Eleanor Ochylski to Eleanor Ochylski Rev. Trust â€” Tr 26-93-20, Tr 3593-20, N Â˝ 8-92-19, Tr 5-92-19, Tr 25-92-20, Tr 12-92-21, Tr 15-91-21; 20132107 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Edward Ochylski to Edward Ochylski Rev. trust â€” Tr 26-93-20, Tr 35-93-20, N Â˝ 8-92-19, Tr 5-92-19, Tr 25-92-20, Tr 27-92-20, Tr 12-92-21, Tr 15-91-21, Tr 23-91-21; 20132108 â€˘ Warranty Deed: West Fork Cemetery to West Fork Township, Tr SW Âź SW Âź 3-93-19; 20132101 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Joyce Schomburg to PENSCO Trust Co â€” Lot 1 Blk 1 West Park Add, Hampton; 20132103 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Janaan and Duane Harding to Jamie Chaney â€” Tr E Âź 22-90-22, 20132111 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Kurt and Coreen Wolf to Kurt and Coreen Wolf â€” Tr SW Âź SE Âź 25-92-19, and Tr NW 1/4 SW Âź 25-92-19, SE Âź SE Âź 26-92-19; 20132123 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Lucille and Harvey Berner to Stan and Marie Bridges â€” Lot 25 Beeds Lake Property A, 21032124 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Cheryl and Robert Ubben to Amy Sutter â€” E Â˝ Lot 1 and 2 Block 5 Kennedyâ€™s Add, Hampton; 20132128 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Martha Heins Rev. Living Trust to Gary and Vicki Claypool â€” Tr NE Âź 2-92-20, 20132129
als since Fitzgerald started it in 1983. Unclaimed property refers to money and other assets held by financial institutions or companies that have lost contact with the propertyâ€™s owner for a specific period of time. State law requires these institutions and companies to annually report and deliver unclaimed property to the state treasurerâ€™s office, where it is held until the owner or heir of the property is found. Common forms of unclaimed property include savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed checks, life insurance policies, utility security deposits, safe deposit box contents and many other types of property. Check the unclaimed property database to see if the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has property belonging to you. Simply visit greatiowatreasurehunt.com to begin your search.
Area elevator officials said most soybean yields have averaged between 45-50 bushels-per-acre. (Photo by Nick Pedley)
5HSRUWLQJIURPWKH)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\&RXUWKRXVH DISTRICT COURT The following were resolved recently in criminal proceedings in the district court for Franklin County: â€˘ Venancio Hernandez Castro, 32, Coulter, pled guilty on October 14 to operating while intoxicated, second offense. On the same date he was sentenced to seven days in jail with credit for seven days time served. He was fined $1,850, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, and court costs of $100. He must obtain and follow through with recommendations from a substance abuse evaluation, must complete a drinking driverâ€™s course, and pay a $10 DARE surcharge. The case was filed on October 7 by the Hampton Police Department. â€˘ Wilber Damas Hernandez, 19, Hampton, pled guilty on October 14 to making false reports to authorities (serious misdemeanor). On the same date he was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days time served. He was fined $315, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, and court costs of $102. He was released on an ICE detainer. His judgment and sentence was set to run concurrently with another case. Case was filed on July 3 by the Hampton Police Department. â€˘ Wilber Damas Hernandez, 19, Hampton, pled guilty on October 14 to possession of marijuana. On the same date he was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days time served. He was fined $315, assessed a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge, a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, and court costs of $100. He was released on an ICE detainer. His judgment and sentence was set to run concurrently with another case. Case was filed on July 3 by the Hampton Police Department.
DES MOINES, IA (09/18/2013) (readMedia)-- State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgeraldâ€™s Great Iowa Treasure Hunt fall publication is scheduled to be released soon. The soon to be published list contains the most recent names added to the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt. â€œI encourage everyone to search for their name in the paper,â€? said Fitzgerald. â€œThis publication has the most up-to-date unclaimed property listings in the Great Iowa Treasurer Hunt, so make sure to search, even if youâ€™ve checked before. You may also search for your name by visiting greatiowatreasurehunt.com. Checking the paper or visiting us online is well worth the short time it takes.â€? The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt program has returned over $167 million in unclaimed property to more than 406,000 individu-
â€˘ Quit Claim Deed: Kyle Mutschler and Mandy Warren to Kyle Mutschler â€” Lot 1 Blk 1 South Side Add, Geneva; 20132120 â€˘ Quit Claim Deed: Danielle Neubauer to Nicholas Neubauer â€” Lot 4 Blk 2 Holdens Add, Hampton; 20132126 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Steven and Barbara Greenfield to William and Annette Lahner â€” Tr SW Âź SW Âź 4-93-20; 20132139 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Linda and Ronald Herdliska to William and Annette Lahner â€” Tr SW Âź SW Âź 4-93-20; 20132140 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Donald and Nancy Meyer Rev. Family Trust to Christopher and Teresa Meyer â€” Tr NE Âź 16-90-20, 20132141 â€˘ Special Warranty Deed: National Default REO Services to Julie Barkela â€” Tr Lot 2 Blk 6 Borst Add, Sheffield; 20132137 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Michael Harper to Clay and Sarah Miller â€” Lot 6 Gallogy Add, Hampton; 20132143 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Larry and Renee Hansen et al to Larry and Renee Hansen et al â€” Parcel A NW Âź 11-90-21, W Â˝ NW Âź 12-90-21; 20132148 â€˘ Court Officer Deed: Estate of Hilda Akers to Joyce Davis et al â€” SW Âź 3-90-22; 20132146 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Norman and Carol Hanson to Stonehill, LLC â€” Tr SW1/4 32-91-22, Tr SE Âź 31-9122, 20132150 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Donald and Angela Warneke to Donald and Angela Warneke â€” Lot 12 Parkridge; 20132151 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Delores Simons to Ryan Card â€” Tr Lot 2 and 3 Blk 3 Motts Add, Hampton; 20132152 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Dirk Dirksen to Bruce and Melissa Dirksenâ€” Parcel B N Â˝ 32-93-22; 20132157 â€˘ Sheriffâ€™s Deed: Larry Richtsmeier, Sheriff, FCI to Wells Fargo Bank â€” Tr SE Âź NE Âź 29-92-19; 20132168 â€˘ Warranty Deed: Monty Meusch and Kathleen Johansen to Meusch Family Revocable Living Trust â€” E Â˝ SW Âź, 16-92-22, 20132173 FRANKLIN SHERIFF Jail Census: As of 10 a.m. Monday, the department had three prisoners in custody. All were housed in the Hardin County Jail, Eldora. Friday, October 11:
â€˘ 7:20 p.m.: Subject advised that he heard a loud boom in the 900 block of 170th St., Hampton. Checked property and was unable to locate anything suspicious. Dispatcher advised deputy. â€˘ 7:24 p.m..: Dispatchers received a 9-1-1 hang-up call on East Street, Sheffield. Dispatcher tried calling number back, received busy signal. Advised Sheffield Police. â€˘ 11:28 a.m.: Deputies were called to a dog-deer matter in the 400 block of 2nd St. Saturday, October 12: â€˘ 1:09 a.m.: Deputies assisted a motorist near the intersection of Timber Ave. and 160th St. where a vehicle was off the traveled portion of the road. â€˘ 8:24 a.m.: Deputies assisted medical personnel in the 1600 block of 240th St., Sheffield. Dispatchers advised Franklin General Hospital. â€˘ 10:13 a.m.: Deputies were advised of a piece of plywood on Highway 65 just south of Hampton. â€˘ 1:52 p.m.: Dispatchers received a report of glass on the roadway in the 1500 block of 190th St. Dispatchers advised the county engineer. Sunday, October 13: â€˘ 1:04 a.m.: Dispatchers received an open ended call from the 200 block of Grouse Ave., Alden. Dispatcher noted static on the line and advised deputy. Deputy advised of possible phone line problem. â€˘ 6:57 a.m.: Dispatchers advised of a lifeline button pushed in the 700 bock of 210th St. Unable to contact patient. Paged West Franklin EMS and advised deputy to check. â€˘ 8:26 a.m.: Deputies received a report of cattle out one mile east of Popejoy. â€˘ 11:38 a.m.: Dispatchers received a report of a sign laying in the ditch at Finch Ave. and Highway 3. Dispatchers noted to notify the county engineer. â€˘ 11:43 a.m.: Deputies were notified of a subject fishing at the gravel pits by Dows near the intersection of 100th St. and Balsam Ave. despite the no trespassing sign. Monday, October 14: â€˘ 6:09 a.m.: Subject notified dispatchers of hitting a deer near the east curve of Hansell corner on COURTHOUSE to page 9
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OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
FOR SALE - Building Lot at corner of Third and Gilman, Sheffield. Formerly The Peppermint Inn. Phone 1-909-886-8437. Chuck Towle, 904 W. Edgehill Road, San Bernardino, California 92405. EVENTS
26th Annual Fall Salisbury Steak Dinner Sunday, Oct. 27, 4 â€“ 7 p.m. At St. Patrickâ€™s Catholic Church in Hampton Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, cole slaw, dinner roll, dessert, and drink $9 adults, $5 children 6-11; 5 & under free Tickets available at Hampton banks and St. Patrickâ€™s office. Call 456-4857
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The Sheffield Press OCTOBER 24, 2013 Sheffield, Iowa
Attendees of the S-C Class of 1963 reunion include: (front row, left to right) Lola (Hungate) Stottlemeyer, Sue Taylor, Dean Kramer, Leona (Meyer) Taylor, Arlene (Kosbau) Gerdes, Karen (Dorenkamp) Downing, Jackie (Van Nest) Smit, Eileen (Ahrens) Kaplan, Delores (Jaspersen) Mindrup, (back row) Michael Heuberger, Robert Berndt, Jerrett Koenigsberg, Arno Gretillat, Beverly (Engebretson) Munnik, David Rodemeyer, Keith Weber, Steve Schreiber, Ron Rohn Roger Schroeder, Ron Zickefoose, and Gerald Buss. (Submitted by Eileen Ahrens Kaplan)
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Tyson Pillard of West Fork is pursued by Dike-New Hartfordâ€™s Preston Wheat as he carries the ball last Friday night. (John Jensen photo)
Dike-NH snuffs out West Forkâ€™s playoff hopes By John Jensen The Grundy Register DIKE â€“ West Fork saw its slim playoff hopes go down in a barrage of Dike-New Hartford points Friday, suffering the most lopsided loss in program history, 85-6 at Dike-New Hartford Friday. The Warhawks (2-6 overall, 1-4 in Class 1A, District 3) wrap up their season Friday at home against Hudson. Dike-New Hartford, which is ranked No. 3 by the Associated Press, clinches the district title and heads into the final week of the regular season undefeated. The Warhawks struggled in every aspect of the game, finishing with just 154 yards of total offense while surrendering 342 yards. They also allowed 142 punt-return yards, all in the first quarter. Dike-New Hartford averaged 10.5 yards per offensive play and also scored on three punt returns. Compounding matters for West Fork was the loss of quarterback Spencer Halloran to an apparent leg injury in the second quarter. Junior Collin Arndt saw his first extensive playing time in Halloranâ€™s absence, throwing for 66 yards and rushing for the teamâ€™s only touchdown.
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WF DNH 7 16 25-31 34-342 123 78 12-28-1 6-6-0 154 420 7-25.6 0-0 4-1 0-0 3-22 1-15 Individuals Rushing â€“ West Fork: Tyson Pillard 6-66; Collin Arndt 12-7, 1 TD; Reese Halloran 1-(minus 2); Spencer Halloran 4-(minus 12); Jordan Greimann 1-(minus 24). Dike-New Hartford: Levi Lynch 8-122, 2 TDs; Ben Cuvelier 6-68, 2 TDs; Blaine Becker 12-62, 1 TD; Connor McCleeary 1-35, 1 TD; DJ Ackerson 2-18, 1 TD; Gabe Eiklenborg 2-16, 1 TD; Calvin Wildeboer 1-11; Connor Ragsdale 2-10. Passing â€“ West Fork: Arndt 7-of-13 for 66 yards; S. Halloran 5-of-15 for 57 yards, 1 int. Dike-New Hartford: Carson Parker 6-of-6 for 78 yards, 1 TD. Receiving â€“ West Fork: R. Halloran 6-31; Jacob Eliason 3-16; Evan Sprung 2-43; S. Halloran 1-33. Dike-New Hartford: Byron Fritch 3-10, 1 TD; Eiklenborg 1-34; Preston Wheat 1-21; Cuvelier 1-13.
McCASLIN from page 1 proved that a simple problem could not be solved by the council, who had the power to make the decision and decided not to make any decision at all. 4. N/A 5. N/A 6. I am running because I want people to feel free to come and have issues resolved if it is within the councilâ€™s power. 7. I would like to see new families in town and develop a place they want to call their home. This has been a great community to live in for me and I want to see that continue on into the future for everyone in town. MEINTS from page 1 printed in Outstanding Young Women of America in 1970. 5. I have no formal campaign platform. I just want to make sure the city runs fiscally responsible while taking care of needed projects and the needs of daily operation. 6. I feel I have the necessary qualifications and background to do a good job. I am a conservative and try to use good common sense to find responsible solutions for any problem that may arise. 7. N/A SORENSEN from page 1 before deciding on a course of action. 5. Possibly adding to the park uptown. Finding a way to clean the ditch along the new trail on the east side of town. 6. Having grown up in Mason City, I realize how much a town this size has to offer. In the time we have
The 1963 class of SheffieldChapin High School met Saturday, Aug. 24 to celebrate their 50th class reunion. There were 23 class members and along with spouses or a friend, the total came to 39 in attendance. A social get-together was held at the home of Ron Zickafoose starting at 2 p.m. Some members brought memorabilia to display and share. At about 5 p.m., we left to go to the West Fork Wharf to eat dinner in Shefiield. We hugged, cried, and laughed as we shared school day experiences as well as events in our lives through the years. A pamphlet was also prepared that included short summaries from those who were willing to share and to bring us up to date on what was going on with their lives, and they were distributed to those present. Before our meal, Pastor Keith Weber welcomed and thanked ev-
eryone for coming and said grace. Before we left to the evening Pastor Keith also asked us to honor the class members who were deceased with a moment of silence. They are: John Laroque, Paul Sullivan, Marlys (Morehouse) Hutzel, and Carol (Johansen) Johnson. Pastor Weber also thanked the many who contributed in any way to make this reunion happen. After the meal, several went back out to Ron Zickefooseâ€™s home. Before leaving it was decied to meet again in three years at the end of October. Ron Zickefoose graciously let us make a reservation for our classmates to meet again in October 2016 at his home. Attending the runion were the following class members: Robert Berndt or Newton; Gerald Buss, Darrell Paullus, both of Hampton; Eileen (Ahrens) Kaplan of Shellsburg; Gerald Craig of Dumont; Karen (Dorenkamp Downing of
Austin, Texas; Beverly (Engebretson) Munnik of Marion; Arno Gretillat of Marion, Ind.; Michael Hueberger of Pequot Lake, Minn.; Lela (Hungate) Stottlemeyer of Bethany, Mo.; Delores (Jasperson) Mindrup, Leona (Meyer) Taylor, both of Clear Lake; Jerrett Koenigsberg of Albequerque, New Mexico (who traveled the furthest); Arlene (Kosbau) Gerdes, Ronald Zickefoose, both of Sheffield; Dean Kramer, Sue Kramer, both of Mason City; David Rodemeyer of Naperville, Illinois; Ronald Rohn of Mankato, Minn.; Steve Schreiber of Iowa City; Roger Schroeder of Marshaltown; Jackie (Van Nest) Smit of Thornton; and the Rev. Keith Weber of South Haven, Minn. A special thanks to those who were able to come. To those who could not, we hope to see you at the next reunion.
lived here, I have really come to enjoy Sheffield. I want to help maintain all the things that make living here so great. 7. I know if given the chance to serve on the council, I would be able to add to those things and keep our town running smoothly.
agreed the areaâ€™s crops could have been much worse considering the adverse circumstances. â€œEvery year is different, you never know what youâ€™re going to get,â€? said Schafer.
The resoultion proposed the salary of the full-time attorney start at $85,000. Eberling said he settled on that number after reviewing figures from counties comparable to Franklin County. â€œWhen you look at the survey with whatâ€™s being paid across the state, I think itâ€™s a good number,â€? said Nolte. Eberling noted that his proposed resolution was only a draft, and both he and Nolte felt it should be looked at by Wiechmann to make sure everything was legally sound. â€œI want to air on the side of caution on this,â€? Nolte said. The group agreed to wait for Wiechmann to review the resolution before acting on it. Wiechmann, who was scheduled to appear at the meeting regarding other business, gave the proposal the OK after a brief review following his arrival. The resolution establishing a fulltime county attorney at starting salary of $85,000 was passed by a 3-0 vote, but it wonâ€™t take effect immediately. Wiechmann has 60 days to formally accept or decline the job, but he said after the meeting he plans to turn down the full-time role. If Wiechmann does decline the position, the attorney officeâ€™s change to full-time status wonâ€™t take effect until Jan. 1, 2015, when the winner of the November 2014 general election takes office. The position will remain part time until then. â€œI recognize not everybodyâ€™s going to be pleased with the decision, but I think itâ€™s a step in the right direction and I support it,â€? said Plagge.
HARVEST from page 1 October strong.â€? Rockwell area farmer Larry Johnson said he was completely finished with soybeans, and was just getting started on corn. His beans drew yields slightly below the regionâ€™s average and came in at the mid-30 to mid-40 bushel-per-acre range. Despite the spotty soybean numbers, he expected a good corn crop that far exceeds last yearâ€™s drought-riddled harvest. â€œSome of it got drowned from the rain this spring, but I think weâ€™ll get between 170 and 190 [bushels-peracre],â€? Johnson said. â€œItâ€™s a little wetter than weâ€™d like to see, but thereâ€™s not much we can do about that with the cool and damp weather weâ€™ve been having.â€? Johnson expected to be finished with corn in a week and a half, but that estimate was ahead of many predictions throughout the area. â€œItâ€™s going pretty good. Probably around 80 percent of beans are in here,â€? Coulter AgVantage Branch Manager Doug Anders said last Friday. â€œIf the weather stays OK, I think weâ€™ll be pretty much finished with those by the middle of next week.â€? This summerâ€™s damp growing conditions means that most of the corn will have to be commercially dried, but all three managers
ATTORNEY from page 1 neyâ€™s office. Currently, Wiechmann fulfills only part-time duties. â€œIâ€™ve even talked with one attorney â€“ out-of-county â€“ that deals with multiple counties on personnel issues, and he feels that this would be a great thing,â€? said Eberling. Supervisor Jerry Plagge felt switching the attorney to full time would better suit the desires of Franklin County residents. He said past conversations with locals revealed that some prefer a more structured office that pursues stricter convictions for criminals. â€œHopefully moving to a full-time county attorney is going to give us some better law enforcement,â€? Plagge said. â€œThe public, they donâ€™t want the naughty people back on the street right away. They want them convicted and dealt with, and if going to a full-time county attorney position will pull towards that end, I support that.â€? Additionally, Eberling and Plagge pointed out that switching to a fulltime attorney would negate any potential conflict of interests. Currently, Wiechmann handles both private and public casework in his part-time role with the county. â€œWhen you try to mix private business with public business, the potential is there for problems. The potential is there to be slighted,â€? said Plagge.
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