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Braley brings Senate campaign to Hancock County By Rebecca Peter GARNER - Congressman Bruce Braley (D-Waterloo) said the 2014 election cycle is going to be tough. Braley, who represents Iowaâ€™s 1st Congressional District, is running for the U.S. Senate. The seat is currently held by retiring Senator Tom Harkin (D-Cummings). Braley made a campaign stop in Garner on Saturday, Jan. 11. â€œIâ€™m not focused on who my [Republican] opponent is going to be,â€? he said. â€œWhoever it is, theyâ€™re going to have lots of money and itâ€™s going to be a tough election cycle.â€? Braley said he is committed to organizing a grassroots campaign in all 99 counties to elect Democrats to local, state and federal level in 2014. A native of Brooklyn, Iowa, Braley held a variety of jobs before practicing law in Waterloo for 23 years. He was elected to Congress in 2007. â€œEvery one of those jobs taught me something important,â€? he said. â€œI am product of the middle class. I believe as Tom Harkin does, we are at our best as a country when we have a strong, thriving middle class.â€? Braley said he would promote economic policies that will â€œstrengthen and expand the middle class.â€? â€œRight now I have groups funded by the Koch brothers attacking me. I think it is important for people in Iowa to know that these are the same big oil and big gas interests who are trying to kill the Farm Bill, kill the Renewable fuels standard, and kill the Wind Energy Production Tax Credit. All of which provide huge economic opportunities for rural Iowa.â€? The congressman said it is important to build relationships with his colleagues on both sides of the aisle. â€œThatâ€™s doesnâ€™t mean that we donâ€™t strongly disagree on policy on certain issues â€“ we do. But itâ€™s much easier to get things done if youâ€™re working with people who donâ€™t demonize you on a daily basis.â€? â€œThatâ€™s why I invite friends from both sides
of the aisle to come over and share a meal with me. I get Iowa leaders to come in and give them the chance to know them, because thatâ€™s still how you still get things done.â€? â€œIâ€™m proud I got a number of bills that I introduced signed into law, including when I was in the minority â€“ which is very hard to do. The only way that happened is because I built strong relationships with Republicans positions of leadership that allowed that to get done.â€? Braley introduced the Andrew Connolly Veterans Housing Act, which expanded benefits for adaptability assistance for disabled veterans. He also worked with a conservative Republican from Georgia on the Better Use of Refrigeration Regulation Act that ultimately saved manufacturing jobs at Lenox Industries in Marshalltown, Iowa, and in Gary Gelner of Britt, Hancock County Democratic Party Chair, greets Congressman Bruce Braley Georgia. (right) during a campaign stop at Garner. Braley is running for the U.S. Senate seat currently held Farm Bill by Senator Tom Harkin. (LEADER photo by Rebecca Peter) The congressman how much theyâ€™re going to really impact their into social Security and Medicare, federal and commented on the Farm lives. They havenâ€™t done anything in the Ways state taxes.â€? Bill, which expired on September 30. â€œIowa is becoming more diverse,â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s been the Republican leadership in the and Means Committee to give us an idea,â€? he â€œWe have to do it in a way that protects our House thatâ€™s been dragging their feet on this,â€™ stated. Immigration security but recognizes the reality that we have he stated. â€œOur job is to keep pointing out to Braley is a â€œstrong supporter of a challenge - dairy farmers in Northeast Iowa, people in rural Iowa who is the obstacle in comprehensive immigration reform that seed corn companies, high tech businesses in getting a Farm Bill passed.â€? secures our borders, that brings people out of Iowa are constantly looking to expand their Tax Reform â€œWe have to have an honest conversation the shadows, and helps expand our economy work force and are having trouble doing that and the only way you do that is by putting by giving people a pathway to citizenship that with the existing labor force.â€? proposals out there and letting people see is tough that will allow them to start paying
Hancock County Wellness Coalition Iowa Caucuses are Jan. 21 welcomes a new Project Coordinator BRITT - Hancock County Wellness Coalition is pleased to announce Brenda Smith as the new Project Coordinator for Substance Abuse/Prevention, a sub-committee of the Coalition. The Coalition received a $75,000, two-year grant to increase capacity of the coalition in preparation to apply for the Drug Free Community Grant. The grant requires a Project Coordinator to lead the coalition as the coalition strengthens and becomes ready to implement evidencebased strategies to reduce substance abuse in Hancock County. Smith grew up in Hancock County, is the mother of five children and resides in Garner. â€œI look forward in working with Hancock County residentsâ€?, said Brenda. â€œMy goal is to work with Hancock County residents to encourage a healthy county for healthy youth.â€? â€œI have previous experience working with the youth. I feel that substance abuse is a rising problem with our youth today. I want to help teach our young people the effects substance abuse can have on a person and a family. Itâ€™s
my passion to influence and make a difference in the lives of others. I am very excited about this coalition and the great changes we are going to make,â€? she said. Smith will be based out of West Hancock High School. Substance A b u s e Prevention meetings are held Brenda Smith second Tuesday of the month at 12 noon to 1 p.m. at Hancock Memorial Hospital in Britt.
Hancock County Wellness Coalition Brings National Speaker to local area BRITT - Hancock County Wellness Coalition -Substance Abuse Prevention will be a hosting national speaker, Michael Sparks, Alcohol Policy Specialist and the president of Sparksinitiatives on Monday, Jan. 20 at the United Methodist Church in Britt from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This free program is designed for professionals in the substance abuse prevention field including law enforcement, social workers, school officials, government officials, and community coalition members. Sparks will help participants identify environmental strategies that will focus on moving into action to address alcohol and marijuana policies and abuse prevention. For more information about the program or to register, call Brenda Smith, Hancock County Wellness Coalitionâ€™s Substance Abuse/ Prevention Project Coordinator at 641-843-3863 or email bresmith@
whancock.org. This event is sponsored by the Garner Asset Project and the DFC Mentored Hancock County Wellness CoalitionSubstance Abuse Prevention. The Hancock County Coalition was started in 2009 as an opportunity for collaboration and shared responsibility among county resources, in order to educate and provide wellness opportunities to the residents of Hancock County. Coalition members have a shared goal of making Hancock County a healthier place to live and work. For 2014, the Coalitionâ€™s work will focus on four areas: Substance Abuse/Prevention, Community Gardens, Live Healthy Iowaâ€™s 10week Wellness Challenge, and bike and walking trails. Coalition membership is open to anyone in the public who would like to help accomplish the identified
By Rebecca Peter The 2014 Iowa precinct caucuses are Tuesday, Jan. 21. Republican and Democratic caucuses will begin at 7 p.m. Democratic Caucus Hancock County Democrats (all precincts) will meet in the party room at Matâ€™s Place, 235 State St., Garner. You must be in line or signed-in by 7 p.m. to participate. The purpose of the caucus is to: â€˘Discuss and adopt proposed resolution to be added to the county platform. â€˘Elect delegate and alternates to the county convention. â€˘Elect precinct committee persons to the County Central Committee. Gary Gelner, Democratic Party chairman in Hancock County, encourages all Democrats to get involved in this grassroots activity of the Iowa Democratic Party.
Republican Caucus Hancock County Republicans will also meet at one location on Jan. 21. The GOP caucus (all precincts) will be held at the Britt City Hall, 170 Main Ave. South in Britt. Check-in prior to the 7 p.m. caucus starts at 6 p.m., according to Marv Johnson, county Republican Party chairman. Republicans will: â€˘Elects precinct members to the County Central Committee. â€˘Elect delegates to the March 8 Hancock County Republican Convention. â€˘Discuss and submit planks for the Hancock County Republican platform that will be voted on at the county convention. Johnson reminds caucus goers that voter registration forms will be available to complete or to update your voter information. Caucus participants should bring a form of personal identification.
West Hancockâ€™s Nick Lemmon works for the fall. (Photo by Michelle Kronemann) More West Hancock sport photos on Page 8
BRIEFLY. Kanawha City Council Agenda For the Jan. 14 Kanawha City Council meeting, the agenda was as follows: 1. Call meeting to order at 6 p.m. 2. Approval of agenda 3. Approval of minutes, clerkâ€™s report, and payment of bills 4. Public comments 5. Approve Resolution naming official depository 6. Approval appointments of City Clerk and City Attorney 7. Discuss/Approve payment for tree removal on Elm Street 8. Approve transfers from sewer reserve and sewer improvement funds to sewer funds. 9. Discussion on 5-year plan for capital improvements 10. Begin budget work
Thank You Volunteers Thank you to the 28 volunteers who donated their time at the recent Kanawha Community blood drive. A total of 24 units of blood were collected.
Pancakes Tonight! The Kanawha EMTâ€™s will be hosting a Pancake Supper on January 16th, from 5 pm - 7 pm at the fire station. It will be a free will donation, and we are continuing to raise money for some new equipment. All are welcome!
Kanawha Christian Soup The annual KCS Soup Supper will be held Saturday, January 25 at the Kanawha Fire Station. Serving will be from 5 â€“ 7 p.m. Soup, sandwiches, and pie will be served. A free will offering container will be available. Bring your friends and relatives and enjoy a wonderful meal and a time of fellowship.
Attention Arizona Snowbirds All Hancock County resident s and former residents wintering in sunny and warm Arizona are cordially invited to celebrate Valentineâ€™s Day together, on Feb. 14, at Old Country Buffet (6625 East Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ). Doors open at 9:00 a.m. with buffet luncheon menu beginning at 10:45 a.m. Any questions may be directed to Vyda Bridwell at 480-6541994.
Hancock reports positive influenza cases Michael Sparks goals. Meetings are held second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 a.m. rotating locations between the Education Center in Garner and Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt.
BRITT â€“Hancock County Health System (HCHS) has reported positive influenza cases in Hancock County. â€œThe flu season is officially here,â€? said Ashley Studer, RN, Infection Control/Preventionist for HCHS. â€œWe have seen multiple cases of the flu, so this is a good time to remind residents the importance of performing frequent hand hygiene or hand washing, to cover their cough or sneeze, and to stay home from work or school when they have the a fever.â€? Signs and symptoms of the flu include fever or feeling feverish/chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches, fatigue (very tired), and some people may have vomiting and diarrhea and some may not have a fever. Most healthy adults may be able to infect others beginning one day before symptoms develop and up to 5 to 7 days after becoming sick. A yearly flu vaccination is the best protection against the flu; however, there are antiviral drugs to treat flu illness. These drugs need to be prescribed by a doctor and work best when started during the first two days of illness. They can make people feel better and may prevent serious flu complications, like pneumonia. For more information about the flu, visit www.trusthchs.com/immunizations-hchs.
The Kanawha Reporter, Thursday, January 16, 2014
Still Time for HCHS partners with Wellness two local pharmacies Pharmacy on Main Challenge Elizabethâ€™s and Clear Lake Pharmacy Participate Sign-Up
Freesemanns welcome baby boy Kyle and Sarah Freesemann of Britt are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Merrick Harm Freesemann, on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at Iowa Specialty Hospital in Clarion. Merrick came into the world weighing 8 pounds and 14 ounces. Welcoming Merrick at home is big brother Layton, 19 mos. Grandparents are Mike and Rozie Buhrow of Cedar Falls and Rich and Bonnie Freesemann of Britt. Great-grandparents are Bernice Kindschi of Waterloo and Lela Freeseman.
NIACC announces five new scholarships education, agriculture and the desire to help others into this scholarship. The late Kathleen Watts of Clear Lake chose to honor her sister Annette Watts Burton when she established a NIACC nursing scholarship in her memory while doing her estate planning. Watts was very proud of the work her sister did as a nurse and placed a great deal of importance in assuring that her legacy lived on. The Annette Watts Burton Nursing Scholarship assists full-time students pursuing a degree in the nursing program. The children of long-time Mason City resident Dorothy Gordon established the Dorothy Gordon Memorial Scholarship from memorials received for their mother. Gordonâ€™s children were so thankful for the wonderful care their mother received at Heritage Care Center in Mason City, they established the scholarship to encourage and assist students pursuing studies in health related fields. Mason City native, William â€œBillâ€? Georgou knew that education was the key to something more for his future. After graduating from Mason City High School, Georgou chose NIACC to continue his education. He received a NIACC scholarship and graduated in 1969. Georgou went on to be an educator and eventually became a certified internal auditor. Georgou created a living trust and named NIACC as beneficiary on two IRA accounts. Georgou passed away in January 2013, but his forward thinking will now fund an endowed scholarship in his memory. His legacy will continue &RQJUDWXODWLRQVWR by providing scholarships to students who plan to become teachers. .\OHDQG6DUDK)UHHVHPDQQ The NIACC Foundation is currently DQGELJEURWKHU/D\WRQ accepting scholarship applications for the academic year 2014-15. Students are RQWKHELUWK encouraged to apply at www.niacc.edu/ RIWKHLUVRQ0HUULFN scholarships.
The North Iowa Area Community College Foundation announced the establishment of five new scholarship funds. â€œNIACC students will benefit from the generosity of all of these donors long into the future,â€? said Jamie T. Zanios, NIACC Foundation Director. â€œEach of these individuals may have a different reason for their contribution, however, the consistency of every one of these contributions is a commitment to education by providing scholarships. So many students are in need of financial help. Our goal is to assist as many students as possible and these contributions help us do just that.â€? New scholarships include: Tracy and Lynne Purchase of Forest City established the NIACC IT Scholarship. The Purchases created this scholarship to assist students who pursue a degree in one of the NIACC Information Technology programs. Tracy is a NIACC IT instructor and Lynne is a NIACC alumna. Both know how critical obtaining a higher education is to improving someoneâ€™s life. Dan and Rosie Hussey of Clear Lake are passionate about helping fulltime NIACC students finance their agriculture related education through the Hussey & Company Scholarship. Their family business, Hussey & Company, LLC, is a fertilizer and chemical application equipment dealer. The Husseys have merged their life long passions of
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Thereâ€™s still time to sign up for the 10-Week Wellness Challenge. Challenge starts Jan. 27 and runs though April 4. A county-wide celebration is planned for April 12 along with a 5K Run/Walk and a 1K Run/ Walk for students. Over the course of 10 weeks, teams of 2-10 people will track activity minutes and/or weight loss through the Live Healthy Iowa website. This is a simple and affordable challenge designed to provide Iowans an opportunity to inprove their health while engaging in a fun, friendly competition. To get started: â€˘Build your team of 2-10 persons and choose a name. Gather names, email address and T-shirt sizes payment of team members. â€˘Go livehealthyiowa.org and click â€œJoin Today.â€? Single teams click â€œRegister Your Team.â€? Corporate, community and organization teams enter Group ID. â€˘Complete the registration field and submit on-line payment. For more information about the Live Healthy Iowa 10Week Wellness Challenge to livehealthyiowa.org or contact Kelly Hutcheson, Hancock County Health System at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BRITT â€“ Hancock County Health System (HCHS) has partnered with Elizabethâ€™s Pharmacy on Main and Clear Lake Pharmacy to provide discounted prescription drugs to low-income and uninsured HCHS patients through the Government 340B Program. â€œWe provide care for many patients who need expensive drugs to treat conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease,â€? said Vance Jackson, CEO/Administration for HCHS. â€œThe 340B Drug Pricing Program will help families who are patients with Hancock County Health System afford the medications they need.â€? 340B medication cards are available at the participating pharmaciesâ€”Elizabethâ€™s Pharmacy on Main in Britt and Clear Lake Pharmacy, as well as at HCHS facilitiesâ€”Hancock County Memorial Hospital, Medical Clinics in Britt, Garner, Kanawha, and Wesley. Created by the federal government to expand access to affordable medications, 340B programs discount medications up to 60 percent below retail prices through qualified community health centers and hospitals. Despite the need, many community hospitals have limited 340B programs, or do not offer a program due to the programâ€™s complexity. According to Jackson, this is a great benefit for HCHS patients who currently do not have insurance that covers medication. For more information about the programs and services provided by HCHS, please visit www.trustHCHS.com and Like HCHS on Facebook.
January declared National Radon Awareness Month January 2014 has been declared â€œNational Radon Awareness Monthâ€? according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Health agencies throughout the United States have joined forces to promote awareness of the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers. The American Lung Association, Centers for Disease Control, and National Cancer Institute all agree radon is a national health problem and encourage radon testing during Januaryâ€™s awareness drive. Radon is a naturally occurring, invisible and odorless radioactive gas. One in 15 American homes contains high levels of radon leaving
millions of Americans unknowingly exposed to the dangerous gas. Radon gas is not isolated to certain geographical areas or home types. By taking simple steps to test your home for radon and fix if necessary, this health hazard can be avoided. If a home hasnâ€™t been tested for radon in the past two years, EPA and Surgeon General urge you to take action. The Hancock County Public Health office in Garner offers radon test kits for $6. Call 923-3676 for information. Learn more at www. radonmonth.org or www.idph.state. ia.us/Radon
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%ULQJLQJKHDOWKFDUHWR\RX 'DYLG:KHDWFUDIW %65575&3536*7SURYLGLQJWUHDWPHQWDQGFDUH DW+&0+5HSLULWRU\7KHDUDS\&DUGLRSXOPRQDU\'HSDUWPHQW QUESTION: How does Sleep Apnea testing and screening help in Wellness? ANSWER by: Dave Wheatcraft, RRT, RPSGT provides treatment and care in the Respiratory Therapy Department or Hancock County Health System. In this New Year, there are many ways to screen and test for Sleep Apnea. In addition to the questions that can be asked like, â€œDo you feel tired all the time? Do you snore or stop breathing at nightâ€? your healthcare provider will ask if you have noticed any of the following: morning headaches, loud gasps, dozing while driving, memory lost, felt very Irritable, or personality changes. After these questions are asked, there is a multitude of in-home screeners that can be worn for a night in the convenience of your own home. The information gathered is down loaded the next day and shared with your healthcare provider who can look at your overall health to see if your sleep is actually making some of the following conditions worse: 1. Hypertension, or high blood pressure.
2. Chance of stroke 3. Chance of heart attack 4. Irregular heartbeats, like with A-Fib 5. Diabetes 6. Depression 7. Accidents while driving 8. Poor performance in the workplace The future of medicine in the year 2014 will be one that looks at your present risk for poor health and encourages you to get working on those areas that can improve your future health. You may worry that tests are expensive, and yes some are, but newer technology like the inhome screeners and monitors not only reduces the cost of sleep testing, it also is more convenient. By addressing current issues now, it will save you money in the future and get you on track for a healthier you! 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.
Reflection: KHS Class of 1942 On Sept. 1, 1938, thirty-five freshman entered the 9th grade. This was a three-story brick building located on City Park property east of the current Kanawha Methodist Church, and also a few feet east of the beautiful Veterans Monument. Purple and gold were the school colors and the mascot was â€œBulldogsâ€?. In May 1942, seventeen seniors proudly graduated from KHS. World War II was being fought in two areas of the world and as a result, our class lost several young men who enlisted or were drafted into service for our country. Today, there are seven members of the 1942 class still living. They are approximately 89 years young. 1. Clarica Larson Yarger, San Diego, California 2. Naomi Nieman Brandt, Clear Lake, Iowa 3. Barbara Roskin Coomay, Kanawha, Iowa, Care Center 4. Grace Ruter Stills, Garner,
Iowa 5. DeLoris Yeakel McQuiston, Vancouver, Washington 6. Arlon Yepson, Jefferson, Iowa 7. Gordon Severson, Luther, Iowa Gordon is married to Dolores Johnson who grew up and went to school in Kanawha, Class of 1948. Barbara Roskin Coomay, DeLoris Yeakel McQuiston, and Arlon Yepsen lived in the town of Kanawha. All others lived outside of Kanawha. We all still have family and relatives in the Kanawha area. The Kanawha Class of 1942 held a class reunion in 1992. They have previously had reunions in 1947, 1952, and 1957. The class members continue to correspond with one another through mail or by telephone. Respectfully submitted, Gordon Severson, Luther, Iowa
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Step up and help our Veterans This last week we lost a very loyal, dedicated, proud American. No one except a few people knew how much work Ray (Burras) did for the Legion. All his work on Memorial Day and Veterans Day programs, funerals, building crosses and let others build them at his place, getting the medallions, etc. In the last few months we have lost two dedicated veterans, another entered the home, and another is in his nineties! We urge, beg you Veterans to step up and help prove youâ€™re a proud American. The Auxiliary is 100% behind the Veterans and try to do what we can. We are in the same boat trying to get members to help and be active.
We need to work together. We need you to step up to the plate and be active! Community members can help too on projects when asked. Do you realize how many very young Veterans are in the hospitals and it is so hard for them to get help. That is what the Legion and Auxiliary try to do, help support our Veterans. Please think of where we would be without our Veterans! Concerned citizens, Emily Hill â€“ Auxiliary President Carl Anderson â€“ Commander Eva Johnson â€“ Americanism Chairman
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Iowa State Senator District 4 firstname.lastname@example.org â€˘ 641-430-0424 The 2014 Legislative session began January 13th and is scheduled to last 100 days. Since last year was my first as State Senator, I am looking forward to hitting the ground running in 2014. I am often asked what we will be doing in regards to healthcare this session. Currently, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has approved most of Iowaâ€™s Health and Wellness Plan with the exception of the Governorâ€™s desire to asses a small premium to those over 50 percent of the poverty level. This would only apply to those who donâ€™t participate in healthy activities such as annual checkups. It appears this can be resolved without legislative action. Polls in Iowa clearly show that Obamacare is not popular among our citizens. There will be continued discussion about its cost to insurance companies, the state and the people of Iowa who will ultimately bear those costs. As a farmer sitting on the Senate Ag Committee, I see more work must to be done with nutrient management. If we do not decrease the amount of nutrients in our rivers, the EPA will step in and impose strict rules. I feel we are better served by having the Iowa DNR make recommendations and provide incentives for voluntary measures that are scientifically sound. I also sit on the Local Government Committee. I donâ€™t foresee much coming up there beyond making sure that the State makes up any shortfall to County and Municipal governments caused by the property tax cuts we made last year. Another issue I expect to be kicked around this year is road funding. We have a need to upgrade our roads and bridges, but not much agreement on how to fund that. I favor a bill that would take money out of the General Fund and place it in the constitutionally protected road fund, then designate that half of this money goes equally to each county and the rest be distributed on the basis of population. This uses money we already have rather than increasing taxes. I have heard from many constituents who are not satisfied with the actions of our elected officials in Washington D.C. We have significant problems are facing our country, and too many of the people we have put in place to solve these problems donâ€™t seem interested in doing their job. Iâ€™m excited about a new project called Convention of States that can bypass these politicians in D.C. and allow YOU and ME to put restraints on an out of control federal government. Convention of States is a non-partisan solution to the bipartisan problem in Washington D.C. Briefly, Convention of States looks to Article V in the U.S. Constitution for 34 states to come together to propose amendments to the Constitution that lessens the presence of the federal government in your lives. Amendments under this proposal must do one of the following: 1) impose fiscal restraints on the federal government; 2) limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government; 3) or limit the terms of federal officials. Any amendment that does not meet one of those three points would not be eligible for consideration at this Convention of States. Thirty-eight states are required to ratify any amendment before it becomes law. Iâ€™m sure there will be many more issues discussed this year. I will continue to do all I can to advance the Iowa Marriage Amendment, end abortion, preserve our Constitutional rights and be fiscally responsible. I am truly grateful to represent the 4th District. Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or call me at 641-430-0424.
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In Iowaâ€™s Interest: January Brings Historic Health Care Benefits and Protections By Senator Tom Harkin Ringing in the new year took on a new meaning in 2014 as our nation welcomed a new day in affordable, quality health care for all Americans. On January 1st, historic provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took effect, ensuring that no American can be denied coverage or charged more due to a pre-existing condition, charged higher premiums because of their gender, or denied coverage because of an annual benefit limit. These new benefits and consumer protections mean that up to 129 million Americans with pre-existing conditions â€“ including 17 million children â€“ no longer have to worry about being denied health coverage or charged higher premiums because of their health status. Millions of uninsured Americans have new health insurance options through Medicaid or private health plans in the Marketplace. Of those Americans, nearly 6 in 10 could pay less than $100 per month for coverage. And millions of Americans no longer have to worry about having their health insurance cut off once they reach an annual limit on benefits. These new benefits come in addition to the protections consumers have already enjoyed for the past three yearsâ€”benefits such as free preventive services like mammograms or cancer screenings, and coverage for young adults under age 26 on their parentsâ€™ plan. In Iowa, our state has benefited from the ACA by using funding to expand outreach and enroll families in affordable health insurance options at its 14 community health centers and 94 sites across the state. In 2012, community health centers provided crucial health services for 181,781 Iowans who would have otherwise found care out of reach. When you consider where our country was before the ACA, when Medicare recipients had to foot part of the bill for many preventive health services, it becomes clear that these historic patient protections and savings are already making a difference in the lives of millions of Americans. In Iowa, 342,501 people with Medicare received at least one preventive service at no cost to them during the first eleven months of 2013, and new data shows that, nationally, the ACA has saved 7 million seniors and people with disabilities a total of $9 billion in outof-pocket expenses on prescription drugs since the law took effect. In 2013 alone, 35,100 Iowans on Medicare have saved more than $26 million on prescription drugs. These Continued on page 8
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Healthy Harvest of North Iowa announces winter workshop series
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KLEMME UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Mike Shaffer Sunday, January 19 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 6 p.m. Contemporary Service Tuesday, January 21 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday, January 22 4 p.m. Confirmation
IMMANUEL REFORMED UCC KLEMME Rev. Donna Buckman Sunday, January 19 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship Wednesday, January 21 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 19 11 a.m. Worship Service Tuesday, January 21 1:30 p.m. Bible Study
ST. PATRICKâ€™S CATHOLIC CHURCH of BRITT Rev. Dennis Miller, Pastor Rev. Paul Lippstock, Associate Sunday, January 19 8 a.m. Worship Service
KANAWHA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Lorraine Hartman Sunday, January 19 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
WRIGHT CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH Pastor Daniel Lindley Sunday, January 19 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 5 p.m. Evening Worship Service Wednesday, January 21 7 p.m. Bible Study
SAINT OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) Pastor James Harbaugh Sunday, January 19 10:30 a.m. Worship Service KANAWHA LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) Pastors Geoff & Char White Sunday, January 19 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Hour KANAWHA CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH Pastor Steve Schulz Sunday, January 19 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 5 p.m. Second Service Wednesday, January 21 9:15 a.m. Coffee Break Bible Study
HOLMES BAPTIST Pastor Zach Fischer Sunday, January 19 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Wednesday, January 21 7 p.m. Mid-week Service *To have your church calendar published in the Kanawha Reporter please email Kelly.map@ qwestoffice.net, fax 923-2685, or mail a copy to the Garner or Britt office. Schedules are printed one week in advance.
Winter is the season for preparation and workshops make up a good part of where local food producers spend this season. Healthy Harvest of North Iowa, a network dedicated to creating, developing, and supporting a community-based North Iowa regional food system, announces its January winter workshops: Saturday, Jan. 11, 10 a.m. â€“ 12noon â€“ Producer Information Meeting â€“ this meeting will provide producers with updates on Healthy Harvest of North Iowaâ€™s collaborative marketing efforts, including project background; marketing opportunities; producer standard expectations; LLC start up considerations; and more. The collaborative marketing plans have been in initial stages during the 2013 season and this meeting invites more producers to join the discussion and planning. There is no charge for this meeting. Saturday, Jan. 18, 9 a.m. â€“ 5 p.m. â€“ Record Keeping and Pricing for Profit. Craig Chase, of
Iowa State University and Chris Blanchard, of Flying Rutabaga Works, two authors of Fearless Farm Finances will lead the presentation. The workshop will provide a thorough overview of the theory and practice of how to capture and use data to position your specialty crop farm business for profit. Participants will receive a copy of Fearless Farm Finances as part of the workshop registration. This workshop is paired with an on-farm research project where up to ten producers will put these practices to work on their farms through the summer, developing crop enterprise budgets. An orientation session on this opportunity will be included in this workshop. Two best production practices workshops in February and a food safety workshop in March wrap up this workshop series. The workshop series is supported, in part by a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant and matching
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support from Ag Ventures Alliance. The collaborative marketing work is supported in part by a USDA SARE Producer grant. All workshops are scheduled to be held at the 4-H Learning Center, North Iowa Events Center, Mason City. Workshop details and registration form are available on the Healthy Harvest of North Iowa website, www.northiowafood.org To support producersâ€™ attendance at these and other winter workshops, Healthy Harvest of North Iowa is teaming up with Ag Ventures Alliance to provide a Producer Education Scholarship. Local food producers may apply for up $250 to help cover workshop registration, lodging or mileage. Details about this program and all workshops are available on the Healthy Harvest of North Iowa website, www.northiowafood.org. For more information, contact libbey.jan@ gmail.com
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Small Claims Springleaf Financial Services, Inc., Des Moines, vs. Daniel E. Miller and Tina M. Miller, Garner. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $2,358.48 plus interest and court costs. 1-6 Velocity Investments LLC vs. David Schafer, Chicago, Ill. Claim dismissed. 1-4 Civil Claims National Collegiate Student Lo vs. Jared Schlichting and Lisa Ann Schlichting. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $29,396.09 plus interest and court costs. 1-3 FIA Card Services NA vs. Wesley A. Boman. Judgment in favor plaintiff for damages in amount of $10,390 plus court costs. 1-2 Dissolutions Perry Alan Parks, petitioner, vs. Katherine Ann Parks, respondent. Dissolution of marriage. 1-3 Marriage Certificates Gilberto Sanchez Jr., Klemme, and Maria Yesenia Garcia, Klemme. 1-2 HANCOCK COUNTY SHERIFF Total 13; 911 Calls 5; Fire Dispatch/Fires/Farm Building 1; Burglary/Unlawful Entry/No Force/Residence/Unknown 1; Animal Complaints - Other Animal Complaints 1; Traffic Enforcement/ Warnings 4; Traffic Enforcement/ All Others 3; Theft/Under $50/All Other 1; Traffic Related Service/ Other Non Enforcement 2; Welfare Check 2; Other Public Services 5; Assisting Other Agency - Sheriffâ€™s Department 2; Assisting Other Agency - Police Department 1; Assisting Other Agency - All Other Government Agencies 1; Warrants/ Local/Criminal 6; Warrants/Other
Authority/Criminal 1; Trips/Prisoner Transport 1. Citations issued: Kevin Kraft, no driverâ€™s license; Sandy Garza, failure to maintain control. January 2 8:05 p.m., Hwy 18, Report of vehicle in ditch. January 4 4:47 p.m., Hwy 18, Warrant for arrest of Jacob Wolf. January 5 4:35 p.m., Sheriffâ€™s Office, Dylan Hippen turned self in on warrant. 7:55 p.m., Request for a welfare check. 8:42 p.m., W Jct, Assisting motorist with a flat tire. 7:21 p.m., 260th, Report of a shed on fire. 9:25 p.m., Report of garbage can being stolen. January 7 10:30 a.m., Warrant for arrest of Joshua Holland. 2:00 p.m., Warrant for arrest of Cindy McMurray. 2:02 p.m., Warrant for arrest of Arlo Hoeft. January 8 7:57 a.m., 170th, Report of a horse out. 8:30 a.m., Transport two inmates to Cedar Rapids Federal Court. 12:02 p.m., Shawn M. Clingenpeel turned self in on warrant. 1:41 p.m., Request to speak to a deputy. 4:31 p.m., Kanawha, Report of traffic complaint. 8:27 p.m., Hwy 18 & Main, Britt, Complaint of vehicle tailgaiting. 11:46 p.m., Duncan, Request for a welfare check. January 9
8:35 a.m., S 18 on Ford, Report of truck in the ditch. PROPERTY TRANSFERS WD â€“ Matthew Matern to Douglas P. Studer; T95N, R25W, Sect. 5 as desc. 12-26 TITLE â€“ Frieda Olson Est to Frieda Olson; Britt-Lattimores Addition 9 as desc. 12-26 WD â€“ Merrill Olson, Gary L. Olson POA, Judy K. Allen POA to Matthew M. Matern; BrittLattimores Addition 9 as desc. 12-26 WD â€“ Jacob J. Weiland to Braden J. Carlson; T96N, R26W, Sect. 35 as desc. 12-26 WD â€“ Dean A. Hollatz, Kathleen G. Hollatz to Sandra K. Accola, Donn A. Accola; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 12-27 DEED â€“ Hollatz Family Trust, Dean A. Hollatz Co Tr, Kathleeen Hollatz Co Tr to Sandra K. Accola, Donn A. Accola; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 12-27 WD â€“ Donn A. Hollatz, Taryn J. Hollatz to Jonathon L. Hollatz, Elizabeth H. Hollatz; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 12-27 WD â€“ Sandra K. Accola to Jonathon L. Hollatz, Elizabeth H. Hollatz; T96N, R23W, Sect. 9 as desc. 12-27 DEED â€“ Thomas E. Fox, Julie A. Fox to Timothy A. Ranes, Lori A. Ranes; T97N, R25W, Sect. 1 as desc. 12-27 WD â€“ Jason T. Barnes, Mary Beth Anzivino Barnes, Mary Beth Barnes Anzivino, Jeremy R. Barnes, Robyn A. Barnes, to Jason T. Barnes, Jermey R. Barnes. T97N, R25W, Sect. 29 as desc. 12-27 WD â€“ Margaret Bell, Robert M. Bell to Bellfree Farms LLC; T95N, R25W, Sect. 29 as desc. 12-30
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