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Supervisors Approve Agreement with Snowmobile Association By Rebecca Peter Approval of the annual agreement with the Hancock County Snowmobile Association was among the agenda items for the Hancock County Board of Supervisors, Dec. 23. The agreement allows the Association to take over the operation, maintenance and costs associated with trail grooming equipment and maintenance of designated snowmobile trails in Hancock County. The snowmobile trail groomer may also be operated on snowmobile trails in bordering counties to assist them in making county-tocounty trail connections. Trails outside of the county on which grooming by the Association is permitted include: â€˘The west-central part of Cerro
Gordo County, along U.S. Hwy. 18 to Clear Lake. â€˘The east-central part of Kossuth County, along U.S. Hwy. 18 to Algona. â€˘The north-central part of Wright County along U.S. Hwy. 69 to Belmond. â€˘The south-central part of Winnebago County, alone U.S. Hwy. 69 to Forest City. The agreement has an automatic renewal unless either county or the Association wishes to terminate. Supervisors approved final payment vouchers for two resurfacing projects that took place in 2013. Projects include 3.1 miles of paving of Yale Ave. east of Garner, and 5.3 miles of paving from Garner to Miller on R64.
The board also approved an agreement with the North Iowa Safety Coalition to provide six safety training sessions for secondary road employees at a cost of $2,522.51. In other action, the Hancock County Board of Supervisors: â€˘Approved a payroll change for Vicki Briggs from part time as needed to part time for the Veterans Affairs Office. â€˘Approved a correction for the July 1, 2013 salary certification for Andy Buffington, Hancock County Communications, E911and EMA director. â€˘Approved the Class C liquor license and Sunday Sales permit for the Czech Connection (Duncan Community Hall).
Year In Review- 2013 Part I â€Śa record-breaking snowfall in Mayâ€Ścontested city electionsâ€Ś These are some of the headlines in Kanawha and Hancock County for 2013. Highlights from the year follow: January The Kanawha Reporter gave tribute to the late Arden Kiefer, with a front page spread highlighting some of his accomplishments. A Thornton man was killed in a single vehicle accident just northeast of Kanawha. His dog, and several items he has just burgled survived the crash. The items were returned to their proper owner. Hancock County Memorial Hospital said â€œgood byeâ€? to construction crews. An open house/ribbon cutting for the remodeled facility was held Jan. 14. Hancock County Attorney Karan Kaufman Salic was appointed District Associate Judge for Judicial
District 2A. An investiture ceremony was held Jan. 18. Bids were received by the Kanawha City Council for the partial demolishment of the commercial building at 105 Main Street. The building was determined to be a danger to public safety as the roof had fallen in. A two-day ice storm coated the town of Kanawha in a glazing of ice, which was both treacherous and beautiful.
prison. Brown was involved in a string of burglaries across northcentral Iowa. In sports, the Eagles advanced seven wrestlers to districts, and then five to state. Chris Schlenger came away with a fourth place showing, as did Gunnar Clark. In girlsâ€™ basketball, Anna Mallen was celebrated
NTSB releases preliminary report on Los Alamos plane crash NTSB releases preliminary report on Los Alamos plane crash By Rebecca Peter The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a preliminary report on the plane crash that killed a Corwith, Iowa, man and the pilot on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 near Los Alamos, New Mexico. Kevin J. Burrs, 52, of Corwith was a passenger in a single engine Husky A-1C-200 Avaite aircraft, piloted by Michael D. Fjetland, 51, of Harmony, Minn. Fjetland is a former Corwith area resident. The plane took off from the Los Alamos airport and was headed for Chandler, Ariz. The crash occurred about 8:10 a.m. (Mountain Standard Time). According to the NTSB, two witnesses reported seeing the airplane. The first witness reported
for scoring her 1000th point. Heavy wet snow blanked the town, with no wind to move it along. Several pictures in the paper showed everything piled high with tall drifts. Cookbooks celebrating â€œ125 Years of Hospitalityâ€? were made
February David C. Solheim was appointed Hancock County attorney. Gas prices still crept upward, reaching 3.39 at the Kanawha Pronto in the first week of February. Approximately $1400 was raised during a brunch held at the Fire Station. The free-will offering event was held toward retiring debt on the swimming pool. Convicted drug dealer, Jeffrey Dale Brown, 22, of Kanawha, was sentenced to 12 years in federal ITâ€™S WINTER â€“ Winter in Kanawha usually means broken water mains. Frost is more of a problem this winter as we have almost no snow to insulate the ground from the frigid arctic air. The breakage, seen here, was reported on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 and fixed on Monday, Jan. 21. Seen in the photo are David Spangler, Kanawha public works director, right, and Russell Peters, left, of Peters Services. The city needs no more broken water mains this winter.
seeing the airplane appear out of whirling snow and make a 180-degree turn. The second witness reported he saw the airplane about 100 feet in the air then make a steep left bank turn before disappearing from sight. The plane crashed about 900 feet south of the airportâ€™s runway, in a lightly wooded ravine. There were several impact/ground scars about 25 feet in front of the wreckage. The airplane came to rest in an upright position, turned about 180 degrees and facing the first impact on a westerly heading. The report said a post-crash fire consumed much of the airplane. Eric Weiss, an investigator with the NTSB, said that a final report of the accident could take up to a year to 18 months, although it can be sooner.
available from St. Olaf Lutheran Church. March CWL students toured West Hancock while exploring options for the district. Kanawha area men gathered for breakfast during Lent. Meeting at a different church each week, the men enjoyed a bible reading, prayer, a short message and sometimes music, not to mention a hearty breakfast. Communications 1 Network announced that they would match funds raised a the annual egg bake, held by the Kanawha Public Library. Speeding was an issue discussed by the City Council in regular session. The discussion was followed up by an accelerated series of traffic stops, designed to remind residents that speed limits were in employ. State Representative Henry Rayhons and State Senator Dennis Guth visited with citizens for a Town Hall Meeting at the Kanawha Community Room. Hancock County Public Health Service integrated with Hancock County Health System on March 4, 2013. Cale Edwards was appopinted the new Hancock County Conservation Executive Director. April The annual Easter Egg Hunt, brought out young and old alike. The sunny day was still chilly enough to need coats, but warm enough to forgo goves and mittens. West Hancock High School presented the musical â€œGroovy.â€? Over 200 patrons of North Central Cooperative attended the annual meeting, held at the Kanawha Fire Station in early April. David Rueber was honored for 25 years of service to the National Weather Service. City of Kanawha implemented the CodeRED Weather Warning system, which would allow residents the option of being alerted via phone, cell phone, email or text
LUTHERAN LIFT â€“ There is an indoor construction project underway at Kanawha Lutheran Church. When completed there will be a lift for members and guests. It will benefit those in wheelchairs and those who donâ€™t like stairs. It will make the church basement and the sanctuary handicap accessible. The January photo shows a carpenter at work below ground in the deep shaft that is being prepared for the lift and associated equipment.
TWO DAY STORM â€“ It wasnâ€™t a show event but it shut down North Iowa on Sunday and Monday, Jan. 27 and 28. There were no church services on Sunday because of the rain, freezing rain, and ice on the streets, sidewalks, and highways. There was also fog. School started out two hours late but with the fog and ice that refused to melt, classes and school events were cancelled on Monday. This photo, taken Monday morning shows icicles hanging from a Kanawha street sign, near the United Methodist Church. The ice did melt on Monday afternoon and things were normal on Tuesday. However, the forecasts for later in the week were menacing.
Relay for Life Kick-off
GARNER - Join the Hanock County Relay for Life in a kickoff celebration of Life on Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014, 1:30 p.m. at the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School cafeteria. Lynnette Richy, Assist Midwest Division for the American Cancer Society, will be the guest speaker. Refreshments and beverage will be provided. Bring your family, friends and neighbors. Receive a prize of you bring five member of your Relay Team to the kickoff. Invite a cancer survivor to join the special survivor ceremony.
January is National Blood Donor Month. The Kanawha Community Blood Drive, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014 from 1-6 p.m. at Kanawha Fire Station, 104 South Main Street. Schedule a blood donation appointment online at lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800-2874903. Eligible blood donors must be at least 16 years old, should weigh at least 120 pounds and should be in general good health.
The Hancock County Wellness Coalition will meet Tuesday, Jan. 7, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at the Hancock County Memorial Hospital Board Room. The coalition meets the second Tuesday of each month. The location rotates between Britt and Garner. For more information, call HCHS Community Health at 641-9233676. message. It was determined that the Kanawha swimming pool had survived the winter in good shape, and preparations were underway to make ready for the coming season. The boards of education at Corwith-Wesley and LuVerne voted to pursue a whole grade sharing agreement with Algona Community School. The folks at Corwith were shocked to learn that a former cafĂŠ, â€œThe Loftâ€? would be reopening as a juice bar that allowed nude performers. The group of concerned citizens picked outside the bar. The Loft closed in June after the owner was served an eviction notice in June for non-payment of rent. Kanawhans were surprised in late April by a thunder and lightning storm that produced golf-ball sized hail for about 20 minutes. May Spring garage sales brought lots of folks to town. The Eagles sent 11 girls and five boys to the state track meet. Heavy rains forced the annual Memorial Day services indoors. The rains also caused flooding in the Boone River and local fields. Commencement exercises were held at both West Hancock High School, and Kanawha Christian School. April showers bring Mayâ€Ś snow?! Nine to 11 inches of heavy wet snow blanketed North Iowa on
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Five West Hancock wrestlers qualifi ed to compete at the state tournament: (left to right) Gunnar Clark, Chris Schleuger, Kevin Tlach, Nate Aitchison, and Ryder Clark. (Photo by Michelle Kronemann)
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Wrestling before holidays The West Hancock Eagle wrestling team competed in a triangular and hosted a tournament before breaking for the Holidays. The Eagles traveled to Mason City Newman on Thursday, December 19 where they picked up a team win over Rockford 36-31. West Hancock also wrestled GHV and Newman. The Eagles fell to the Cardinals 24-57 and Knights 30-45. Drew Redenius picked up two pins at 182, while Clayton Brown 106, Jordan Weiland 160, and Abe Guido 285 all earned one pin apiece. West Hancock then hosted the Al DeLeon Invitational Saturday, December 21 where five Eagles found a spot among the top three. Clayton Brown 106, Jordan Weiland 152 and Uziel Romero 220 all placed second, while Nick Lemmon 126 and Drew Redenius earned third. NEWMAN TRIANGULAR GHV 57, WEST HANCOCK 24 106 â€“ Clayton Brown (WH) pinned Austin Case, 4:50. 113 â€“ Kole Kuker (GHV) won by forfeit. 120 â€“ Austin Oborny (GHV) won by forfeit. 126 â€“ Nick Lemmon (WH) pinned Derek Brown, 1:28. 132 â€“ Logan Brown (WH) pinned Dalton Basinger, 1:24. 138 â€“ AJ Arnold (GHV) pinned Dakota Peterson, 2:36. 145 â€“ Colby Reid (GHV) pinned Sam Smith, 3:11. 152 â€“ Conner Shaw (GHV) won by forfeit. 160 â€“ Cade Baker (GHV) dec. Jordan Weiland, 4-3. 170 â€“ Tucker Datema (GHV) won by forfeit. 182 â€“ Drew Redenius (WH) won by forfeit. 195 â€“ Connor Smith (GHV)
pinned Brice Kudej, 1:02. 220 â€“ Brady Baker (GHV) won by forfeit. 185 â€“ Nic Tusha (GHV) won by forfeit NEWMAN 45, WEST HANCOCK 30 113 â€“ Colon (N) pinned Brown, 2:38. 120 â€“ Spencer Pahm (N) won by forfeit. 126 â€“ Ball (N) pinned Lemmon, 1:02. 132 â€“ Caulder (N) pinned Brown, 1:39. 138 â€“ Rognes (N) pinned Peterson, 2:44. 145 â€“ Tan (N) dec. Smith, 6-3. 152 â€“ Weber (N) won by forfeit. 160 â€“ Weiland (WH) won by forfeit. 170 â€“ No match. 182 â€“ Drew Redenius pinned Anderegg, :21. 195 â€“ Hansen (N) won by forfeit. 220 â€“ Kujec (WH) won by forfeit. 285 â€“ Abe Guido (WH) won by forfeit. 106 â€“ J.J. Holland (WH) won by forfeit WEST HANCOCK 36, ROCKFORD 31 120 â€“ No match. 126 â€“ Portis (Ro) dec. Lemmon, 5-0. 132 â€“ Sliger (Ro) pinned Brown, 3:00. 138 â€“ Ernest Duran (Ro) pinned Schmidt, 1:58. 145 â€“ Gray (Ro) pinned Peterson, :53. 152 â€“ Smith (WH) pinned Duryee, :49. 160 â€“ Weiland (WH) pinned Paulus, 2:27. 170 â€“ Farr (Ro) won by forfeit. 182 â€“ Redenius (WH) pinned Kuhlemeier, 1:18. 195 â€“ Sliger (Ro) pinned Kudej, 1:53. 220 â€“ No match. 285 â€“ Guido (WH) pinned Nash, :45. 106 â€“ Portis (Ro) major dec. Brown, 12-2. 113 â€“ Holland (WH) won by forfeit. AL DELEON INVITATIONAL Team standings - Central Springs 259, Sumner-Fredricksburg 217, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 201, Okoboji 188, AGWSR 186, West Hancock 121
Top three placewinners â€” 106: Coleman Waters (CS), Clayton Brown (WH), Dominick Titus (O). 113: Brady Jones (O), Austin Dolleslager (AGWSR), Aric Pate (CS). 120: Keenan Gienau (SF), Adam Dublinski (O), Matt McDonough (CS). 126: Miguel Reyes (AGWSR), JD Sliger (CS), Nick Lemon (WH). 132: Blake Meyer (SF), Dakota Schwebke (AGWSR), Ethan Blanchard (CS). 138: Ty Gibson (GT), Dylan Mueller (CS), Ryan Bolster (O). 145: Isiah Brandt (SF), Noah Bouse (O), Tyler Hauge (GT). 152: Tyler Hoffman (GT), Jordan Weiland (WH), Levi Nettleton (CS). 160: Kegen Fingalsen (CS), Jordan Hanna (O), Bodie Garnier (SF). 170: Trevor Pagel (SF), Cam Moorehead (CS), Tery Rummans (AGWSR). 182: Derek Kohlmeyer (SF), Nick Miller (CS), Drew Redenius (WH). 195: Caleb Meinders (AGWSR), Derrick Lenz (SF), Jacob Shafer (CS). 220: Clay Meinders (AGWSR), Uziel Romero (WH), Kyle Long (GT). HWT.: Cody Thompson (GT), Michael Young (AGWSR), Tommy Dalton (CS). Mr. & Mrs. Studer
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continued from page 1 May 2. By most accounts the late snowfall was one for the record books. The snow plus an overall cool, wet spring delayed the start of the 2013 planting season across Iowa. In spite of a long winter and May snow, the swimming pool was open and occupied by the end of the month! West Hancock girls track team earned their second consecutive State Runner-up title for Class 1A at the 2013 State Track meet. June Outfield signs went up in early June, in preparation for summer
GOING UP â€“ Despite the oil boom in North Dakota, the price of gas in Kanawha has been going up a dime at a time. It was $3.09 in mid-January and it was $3.39, here, on Feb. 4. The sign in the photo is at the Pronto. The price at the NCC Fuel Station, here, was a penny less at $3.38 per gallon.
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MOVING MOUNTAINS â€“ Last fall 460,000 bushels of high quality Iowa corn was harvested, processed, and stored outdoors at Kanawha in a giant bunker, the size of a football fi eld. At $7.24 per bushel, the mountain of corn was worth over 3.3 million dollars. In two days last week, half of the corn was hauled away and 90 percent went to the corn alcohol plant at Goldfi eld. A dozen semi-trailer trucks took part in the operation, which resembled a military campaign. The strange looking dark machine mounted on the tractor in the photo is called a â€œGobblerâ€?. It gobbled up the dry corn and transferred the bounty into the waiting semis. Each was loaded in a matter of minutes. The smoke in the photo is grain dust. The operation appeared to be seamless. As soon as one semi-truck was loaded and leaving, another came to take its place. The photos were taken on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, 2013, at 3:45 p.m.
HONORED FOR SERVICE â€“ Dave Reuber, Kanawha, was honored for 25 years of service as a National Weather Service Cooperative Weather Observer. He worked at the Northern Iowa experimental farm and provided the National Weather Service with rainfall and snowfall information.
FISH FRY 2013 â€“ Around 275 attended the Kanawha Firemenâ€™s Fish Fry on Friday, March 8. The firemen had ordered 300 pounds of fish for this year and had enough to feed everyone with some left over. Last year the firemen had barely enough and so fifty pounds more were ordered. The photo shows some of the crowd at the annual event. It is hard to imagine community feeds at the old fire station. The new fire station is spacious and well-lighted. The fish tastes better in a spacious and well-lighted fire hall.
PONY EXPRESS â€“ Kanawha looked like Dodge City, Kansas, on Good Friday as a mounted posse patrolled the downtown. The horses and riders were part of the annual Pony Express Ride from all parts of Iowa to Camp Sunnyside. The annual trail ride is part of extensive fundraising for the Easter Seals Foundation. Riders were seen earlier that same day in Klemme and Garner.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES â€“ Amber Smith (left), a Kindergarten student, and Jennifer Smith, a third grader, used Fridayâ€™s no school day to market Girl Scout Cookies. Their table was set up at the Pronto. They are members of Troop 297 & 298 of Britt. Stacey King is their troop leader. Other Kanawha girls in the troop are Taylor Goodrich, Makayla Ansel, and Quinn Harle. Funds raised go to reduce camping fees at Camp Tanglefoot. Amber and Jennifer are the daughters of Duane and Paula Smith of Kanawha. continued on page 5
Marcia Ring, PhD, ARNP, Behavioral Medicine provider for Hancock County Health System at the Britt and Garner Medical Clinics has outlined six easy things you can do now that can change your outlook on the holidays â€“ 1. Release yourself and others of expectations. 2. Gratitude. 3. Forgiveness of self and others. 4. Surrender. 5. Compassion. 6. Give what you want to receive. This is the fourth and final article in the series to help you transform the holiday experience for yourself from one of dread to one of joy. We shall discuss the 6th and final step of the program, called Give what you want to receive. Step 6. Give what you want to receive. When my birthday came around, I knew I wanted a party to celebrate. I love birthdays. However, being new to Iowa, I didnâ€™t know enough people to have a party. The people I did know were at work. So I put this step into play. I put on a pizza party at work over the lunch hour and invited all the people at work that I knew. I gave what I wanted to receive. It was a joyous occasion and my birthday did not go unnoticed. It was a huge success. Oftentimes, what we want to receive is laden with expectations (step #1), like if only my husband (wife) really loved me, he would know what I wanted. Unfortunately, this is a set up for failure and disappointment. No one gets anything in such a situation. If you know your husband (wife) is clueless about what gifts to get you for the holidays, ask him for a list of what he wants, and provide him a list of what you want. In this way, you have a chance of success and therefore joy at getting what you want. If you want your eldest daughter and her husband to come over more, invite them over more. Get the idea? If you donâ€™t want to be alone for Christmas, help at one of the dinners provided for those who are alone. Give what you want to receive. Make two col-
umns on your paper. In the first column, make a list of everything you would like to receive. Then, in the second column, write out how you are going to give that to someone else or to others. If you canâ€™t figure out how to give that to someone else, may I suggest you erase that from your list of wants. Conclusions: Each step is very powerful and has the potential of freeing you from the old familiar emotional pattern of dreading the holidays. Do each step every day or do one step every day. It is up to you. The more you reject any given step, the more powerful that step will be for you if you do it. When feelings come up for you, write them down. You know the expression â€œPull yourself up by your bootstrapsâ€?? These steps can help you do exactly that. If you would like to submit a healthcare question, visit www.trustHCHS.com and select Contact Us at the bottom of the home page or call 641-843-5150. As an integrated health system, Hancock County Memorial Hospital, Garner Rehabilitation Clinic and the Medical Clinics in Britt, Garner, Kanawha and Wesley, work together focusing on patientsâ€™ needs and delivering the right care at the right place at the right time.
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KLEMME UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Mike Shaffer Sunday, January 5 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 6 p.m. Contemporary Service Tuesday, January 7 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday, January 8 4 p.m. NO Confirmation
5:30 p.m. Games & Good News IMMANUEL REFORMED UCC KLEMME Rev. Donna Buckman Sunday, January 5 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship Wednesday, January 7 5 p.m. Noahâ€™s Ark Church School 6 p.m. Confirmation *Dorcas 1st Wednesday each month. *Womenâ€™s Fellowship 2nd Wednesday.
GOODELL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Mike Shaffer Sunday, January 5 11 a.m. Worship Service Tuesday, January 7 1:30 p.m. Bible Study
ST. PATRICKâ€™S CATHOLIC CHURCH of BRITT Rev. Dennis Miller, Pastor Rev. Paul Lippstock, Associate Sunday, January 5 8 a.m. Worship Service
KANAWHA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Lorraine Hartman Sunday, January 5 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
WRIGHT CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH Pastor Daniel Lindley Sunday, January 5 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 5 p.m. Evening Worship Service Wednesday, January 7 7 p.m. Bible Study
SAINT OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) Pastor James Harbaugh Sunday, January 5 10:30 a.m. Worship Service KANAWHA LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) Pastors Geoff & Char White Sunday, January 5 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Hour KANAWHA CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH Pastor Steve Schulz Sunday, January 5 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 5 p.m. Second Service Wednesday, January 7 9:15 a.m. Coffee Break Bible Study
HOLMES BAPTIST Pastor Zach Fischer Sunday, January 5 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Wednesday, January 7 7 p.m. Mid-week Service *To have your church calendar published in the Kanawha Reporter please email Kelly.email@example.com, fax 923-2685, or mail a copy to the Garner or Britt office. Schedules are printed one week in advance.
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5HSRUWLQJIURPWKH:ULJKW&RXQW\&RXUWKRXVH Property Transfers WD â€“ Broshar Floyd E. Trustee, Broshar Family Revocable Trust, Betty A. Broshar, Betty A. Carden, Broshar Gamily Revocable Trust, and Floyd E. Brishar to Brian A. Broshar, City of Belmond, Bartholomewâ€™s 2nd Addition, Block 3, Lot 3, as desc. 12-06-13 SHERIFFâ€™S DEED â€“ Wright County Sheriff, Kirk A. Simons, Capital One Bank, and Veridan Credit Union to Wells Fargo Bank NA, City of Eagle Grove, Original Addition, Block 18, Lot 11, as desc. 12-06-13 COD â€“ Estate of Robert O. Gunderson, Robert O. Gunderson, Stacey A. Gunderson Trustee, and Erik J. Gunderson Trustee to Stacey A. Gunderson, Laura A. Gunderson, Allyson E. Gunderson, and Jude M. Gunderson, 16-93-26, as desc. 12-06-13 WD â€“ Lee R. Cameron and Angie Cameron to Lyle R. Cameron, Maureen E. Cameron, and Lee R. Cameron, City of Eagle Grove, Hewettâ€™s Park Addition, Block 2, Lots 4 and 5, as desc. 12-06-13 SHERIFFâ€™S DEED â€“ Wright County Sheriff, Richard S. Meyer, and Cynthia J. Meyer to Nationwide Advantage Mortgage Company, City of Dows, Eskridgeâ€™s 3rd Addition, Block 3, Lots 1 and 2, as desc. 12-09-13 WD â€“ Summitt Ag Fund I KKO to Ever Grand Farm LLC, 1-93-24, as desc. 12-09-13 QUIT â€“ Stoneridge LLC to Kerri Eivins, 34-92-23, as desc. 12-09-13 WD â€“ HF 10 to Scott Leff Roth 401K Trust and Roth Scott Leff 401K Trust, City of Eagle Grove, Wrightâ€™s 2nd Addition, Block F, Lots 1, 2, and 3, as desc. 12-09-13 DEED â€“ Justine J. Ferrell, Floyd McCoy Executor, and Estate of Justine J. Ferrell to Linda Jean Nelson, City of Goldfield, Original Addition, Block 35, Lot 6, as desc. 12-10-13 WD â€“ Allen A. Payne, Allen Payne and Allen Arthur Payne to Loren J. Payne, 26-93-23, as desc. 12-11-13 WD â€“ Rex leebrick Peterson, Teresa Bell Cortty, Morris J. Crott, Calista Ann Henry, Calista Ann Peterson, Max James Peterson, and Jennifer Peterson to Marianne J. Payne and Loren J. Payne, 36-93-23, as desc. 12-11-13 WD â€“ Judy L. Watne to Judy L. Watne Revocable Trust, Watne Judy L. Trustee, and Watne Juldy L. Revocable Trust, 30-92-23, 18-9123, and 6-91-25, as desc. 12-11-13 WD â€“ Gail M. Staples and Kevin Staples POA to Kevin Staples and Susan Bird, City of Clarion, Tyrellâ€™s Addition Reserve Block W, as desc. 12-12-13 WD â€“ Ronald L. Brekke and Ron Brekke to Kelly D. Amonson and Melody N. Amonson, 33-91-26, as desc. 12-12-13
DEED â€“ Jose Luis Martinez, Socorro Martinez Administrator, and Estate of Jose Luis Martinez to Socorro Martinez, City of Belmond, Railroad Addition, Block 10, Lot 8, as desc. 12-12-13 WD â€“ Carol B. Claude, Steven V. Claude POA, Katherine D. Claude Dicintio POA and Katherine D. Dicintio Claude to Logan Harrison and Tamie Harrison, 32-90-25, as desc. 12-12-13 WD â€“ Oscar Salgado, Oscar Izquievdo, Oscar Salgado Ifquiedo, Oscar Ifquiedo Salgado, Geopatica Barcenas, Geopatica Barcenas Martinez, and Geopatica Martinez Barcenas to Bear Corp., City of Clarion, Railraod Addition, Block 5, Lot 10, as desc. 12-16-13 COD â€“ George Leroy Babcock, MBNA America Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank, NCO Financial Systems Inc., Phoenix Credit LLC, Discover Bank, Discover Financial Services Inc., LVNV Funding LLC, Wright County Iowa, and NCO Portfolio Management to City of Eagle Grove, City of Eagle Grove, Hewettâ€™s First Addition, Block 4, Lot 5, as desc. 12-16-13 WD â€“ Carroll John Sabin and Diana Kay Sabin to Jess Toliver, 4-90-26, as desc. 12-16-13 WD â€“ Albert J. Kollasch to Kyle L. Braun and Jodi E. Braun, 19-9323, as desc. 12-16-13 COD â€“ Marjorie R. Larson Executor, Estate of Robert R. Larson, and Robert R. Larson to Marjorie R. Larson, 36-91-23, City of Dows, Original Addition, Block 1, Lots 16 and 17, as desc. 12-16-13 Clerk of Court Fail to maintain safety belts: Jodi N. Fiferlick of Goldfield, $75; Aaron J. Shropshire of Ashland, Neb., $50; Speeding 55 or under zone (1 thru 5 over): Brandon W. Tapper of Webster City, $20; Speeding 55 or under zone (6 thru 10 over): Jeffrey L. Cook of Fort Dodge, $40; Norman D. Toney of North Minneapolis, Minn., $60; Andrew H. Preston of Marshalltown, $40; David B. Aeschliman of Hudson, Wisc., $40; Pamela D. Jordan of Wiota, $40; Speeding over 55 zone (1 thru 5 over): Derek D. Lamb of Savage, Minn., $20; Speeding over 55 zone (6 thru 10 over): Nicole S. McDonald of Des Moines, $60; Spencer A. Brew of Chanhassen, Minn, $40; Robert M. Bunten of Minnetonka, Minn., $40; Anne G. Knier of Ankeny, $40; Speeding over 55 zone (11 thru 15 over): Jiimy A. Miller of Ames, $120; Kaydee Richards of Kambridge, Minn., $80; Operation of CMV with more than one drivers license: Lorena Gordon of Belmond, $300;
No valid drivers license: Jose L. Hurias-Lopez of Eagle Grove, $200; Salvador V. Arteaga of Belmond, $200; Fail to obey stop or yield sign: George P. Lehman of Clarion, $100; Expired license: Charlotte J. Rockow of Belmond, $50; Driving while license denied, suspended, cancelled: Laura R. Bennett of Eagle Grove, $250; Small Claims H & R Accounts Inc., Moline, Ill., vs. Tommy L. Montellano, 708 3rd Street NE, Belmond. Judgment for the plaintiff Dec. 23 by default in the amount of $2,293.34 plus interest at a rate of 2.12 percent per annum from Nov. 15 and court costs. Hauge Associates, Inc., Sioux Falls, vs. Sasha Wieth, 720 NW 3rd Street, Eagle Grove. Judgment for the plaintiff Dec. 23 by default in the amount of $1,059.26 plus interest at a rate of 2.12 percent per annum form Nov. 15 and court costs. District Court The court handled two probation violation cases. State of Iowa vs. Daniel J. Weber, 920 N. Arthur Ave., Eagle Grove. Deferred judgment on Dec. 20 for the charge of operating while intoxicated. The defendant was sentenced to a $1,250 civil penalty, restitution to be determined, court costs, 1 year probation to the county sheriff, must complete and follow al recommendations of a substance abuse evaluation, and must complete Drinking Driverâ€™s School. This sentence is the result of an incident July 29 investigated by the Eagle Grove Police Department.
Johnson of Eagle Grove was driving a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am on 250th Street when he lost control and slid into the ditch. Damages were estimated at $2,000. No injuries or citations were listed in the report. Dec. 15 â€“ 7:04 p.m. â€“ John W. Finch of Hartley was driving a 2012 Chevrolet CLD owned by Crown Prairie LLC of Webster City westbound on 130th Street and lost control while going through the curve and slid sideways through the ditch coming to rest on itâ€™s side. The 130th and Buchanan street sign was broke off and went into the windshield of the truck. Damages to the truck were estimated at $3,500 and damages to the sign were estimated at $300. No injuries or citiations were listed in the report. Dec 20 â€“ 7:09 p.m. â€“ Wesley E. Buntenbach of Klemme was driving a 1995 Buick Park Avenue owned by Shannon J. Albertson of Klemme west on 170th Street when the driver lost control of vehicle due to icy spots on roadway. The vehicle turned around and was facing the east and entered the south ditch and rolled over onto its top. Both the driver and passenger, Jeremy J. Nash of Belmond, were able to exit the car. Belmond Ambulance Service was called to the scene and check both people who were released with no medical transport. Damages to the car were estimated at $6,000. No citiations were listed in the report. Dec. 19 â€“ 5:30 a.m. â€“ Report of deer vs. vehicle. Dec. 19 â€“ 5:25 p.m. â€“ Report of deer vs. vehicle. Dec. 13 â€“ Report of deer vs. vehicle.
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STONE DELIVERY â€“ A common sight in Kanawha is a truck with slabs of granite or marble being off-loaded at Global Granite, located behind the Kanawha Fire Station. Chris Miller of Global Granite is seen at the right paying for the delivery. The unnamed truck driver (left) said he started his day in St. Cloud, where there is plenty of snow on the ground from recent storms. The stone in the background is granite from India. The photo was taken on April 15.
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FIELDS BECOME RIVERS â€“ Heavy rains on saturated ground created rivers on cropland all around Hancock County. Seen above is a newly created stream, which carried huge amounts of run-off from a fi eld between the cemetery and the Otter Creek. It is seen emptying into Otter Creek. The photographerâ€™s car is seen in the photo to show how large the water fl ow was. The creek was higher on Saturday, than on Sunday. The photo was taken near the Kanawha bridge over the Otter Creek.
5HSRUWLQJIURPWKH +DQFRFN&RXQW\&RXUWKRXVH Small Claims Kanawha Apartments Cooperative, Davenport, vs. Brittney Harris, Fort Dodge. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,384 plus interest and court costs. 12-24 Civil Cases State of Iowa Ex. Rel, petitioner, vs. Robert Leroy Mahnesmith, Mason City, respondent; Maryann Depew, Garner; Melissa Mahnesmith, Belmond, interested parties, Collection Services Center; dismissed without prejudice. 12-19 Abigail L. Ostercamp, Britt, petitioner, vs. Matthew J. Dixon, Sheffield, respondent. Order for Judgment, respondent to pay $100 per month in addition to current support obligations. 12-20 Marriage Certificates Shanna Sue Boehnke, Bondurant, and Dylan John Davison, Bondurant. 11-30 Jhon Larry Hernandez, Belmond, and Valeria Gutierrez, Belmond. 1226 Property Transfers CO â€“Tracy E. Kluver Est., Toni K. Eckenrod Co Ex., Bruce Kluver Co Ex. to Bruce A. Kluver; T97N, R25W, Sect. 24, 13 as desc. 12-11 CO â€“ Elsie I. Schroeder Rockow Estate, Gary Edward Rockow Ex., to Matthew A. Graham, Mary Beth Graham; T96N, R23W, Sect. 22 as desc. 12-11 CO â€“ Harley R. Rockow Trust, Gary Edward Rockow Tr. To Matthew A. Grham, Mary Beth Graham; T96N, R32W, Sec. 22 as desc. WD â€“ Schmidt Livestock Inc. to Phillip J. Dornbier, Michelle R. Dornbier; T96N, R23W, Sect. 36 as desc. 12-11 DEED â€“ David Champagne, Stacy A. Champagne to Dale A. Barkema, Arlene Barkema; Klemme 1st Addition, Block 10, Lot 2 as desc. 12-11 TAX SALE DEED â€“ Hancock County Treasurer to James E.
Joebgen; Klemme - Morningside, Block 1, Lot 4 as desc. 12-11 CO â€“ Dorothy D. Anderson Est., Jacqueline Mathewson Ex., Thomas Anderson Ex. to Quercus LLC; T96N, R23W, Sect. 1 as desc. 12-12 Carolyn L. Luscomb, David Luscomb, Gregory A. Anderson, Julie Anderson, Robert N. Anderson Jr., Steven M. Schultz to Quercus LLC; T96N, R23W, Sect. 1 as Desc. 12-2 CONTRACT â€“ Kevin L. Propes to Michael W. Novotny; T94N, R26W, Sect. 20 as desc. 12-12 WD â€“ Lavohn M. Badker to LaVohn M Badker LE, Dennis Badker; T95N, R23W, Sect. 35 as desc. 1216 CNG TITLE â€“ Joyce Jordanger Est. to Cynthia Mathiason, Randall Jordanger; T94N, R25W, Sect. 31 as desc. WD â€“ Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation to State of Iowa, Department of Natural Resources; T97N, R23W, Sect. 8, 9, 16 and 16 as desc. 12-16 Lula Ringham, Robert Ringham to Travis R. Dodd; T97N, R23W, Sect. 31 as desc. 12-16 QUIT â€“ John Louis Hawe, Bernadine G. Hawe to John Louis Haw Rev Tr, Bernadine G. Hawe Tr, Garner, Beckers Subdivision, Lot 1 as desc. 12-17 QUIT â€“ James E. Joebgen, Dixie L. Joebgen to Stoneridge LLC; Klemme â€“ Morningside, Block 1, Lot 4 as desc. 12-17 WD â€“ Jesse D. Williams, Mary S. Williams to KMTJ Nielsen LLC; T94N, R27W, Sect. 27 as desc. 1217 DEED â€“ Claire Tompkins Rev Tr, Elizabeth Tompkins Rev Tr, Elizabeth L. Tomkins Tr to Scott Bell, Garner â€“ Seymours Addition, Block 5, Lot 4 as desc. 12-17 DEED â€“ Michael O. Beaver, Beth A. Beaver to Michael O. Beaver, Beth A. Beaver; Garner â€“ Tallmans Addition, Block 11, Lot 5 as desc. 12-17.
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SIREN IS UP â€“ After two delays in April and problems with the old siren, the new severe weather warning siren is up in Kanawha. The crew from West Shore Services arrived in Kanawha early on Tuesday, April 30, with repaired equipment and proceeded to put up the new siren. The siren was to have been erected earlier in the month but that didnâ€™t happen. A major portion of the cost of the new siren was paid with a grant from the Hancock County Foundation.
HUGE CROWD â€“ About a hundred farmers, agriculture students, ISU agriculture professors, and ISU Extension personnel converged on the ISU Northern Research Farm at Kanawha on June 25 for the annual field day. Retiring Farm Supt. David Reuber is seen addressing the crowd at 9:30 a.m., just before the wagon tours began. Despite a weather alert for possibly severe thunderstorms and possible flash floods, the sun came out and the tours were held according to plan.
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CLOSING â€“ While the Twin Lakes Restaurant & Lounge will be open as usual today (Thurs., June 27) and tomorrow (Friday, June 28), it will be closed on Saturday, June 29 and no re-open, according to Robert Johnson, owner and manager. Robert has been in the restaurant business, here, since 2011. He told the newspaper to thank everyone who supported the Twin Lakes Restaurant & Lounge.
TWO SNOWMEN & TWO BOYS â€“ This photo shows Blake Wunder, six years old, and his brother, Gavin Wunder, four years old. They are the children of Gregg and Brenda Wunder of Kanawha. Their snowmen were the best of the winter of 2012 and 2013, according to the news photographer. The snowmen were created on Thursday morning, May 2. There was no school that day because of the record snowfall that hit Hancock County. We have had a long winter!
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