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Spaghetti fundraiser supports Santa Claus Day in Lakota
ABOVE: The Lakota Community Club hosted its annual Spaghetti Dinner this Sunday, Mar. 2 at the Lakota Fire Station. People from around the area came out to enjoy a meal including spaghetti, salad and garlic bread, with proceeds from the event going toward Santa Claus Day in December. LEFT: elping out in the kitchen during Sundayâ€™s spaghetti dinner in Lakota are Michelle Boekelman, left, and Carter Engelby.
Local Daffodil Days volunteers include, from left: Eleanor Murray, Betsy Goetz and Julie Olson.
Daffodils in bloom in fight against cancer Daffodil Days will return to the area this spring, and orders for flowers may be placed this week. The American Cancer Society is no longer holding Daffodil Days as a nationwide event, but local coordinators decided to keep the tradition going. The change means that the Boyds Bears are no longer offered,
however bunches of 10 daffodils are available for $10. Orders, along with payment, are due by this Friday, Mar. 7, and orders may be placed by calling Eleanor Murray at 562-2337, Betsy Goetz at 562-2500 or Julie Olson at 5842275. Flowers will be available for
pickup on Wednesday, Mar. 26, at the Heritage Town Center in Buffalo Center from 4-5:30 p.m. and at TSB Bank in Thompson from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All proceeds from Daffodil Days will go toward the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Winnebago County.
NIC moves toward forming super conference
A depiction of the south side of the proposed new public safety center in Forest City.
County officials address public on new safety center Public forums were held across Winnebago County over the last two weeks on the proposed construction of a new $5.25 million public safety center in Forest City. The meetings were held in advance of a special bond election this Tuesday, Mar. 4, on funding for the project. There was a sparse turnout for the meeting held last Monday night in Buffalo Center, which was led by County Supervisor Terry Durby. Durby started off the meeting with a presentation on the proposed facility, which the county has been investigating for about a year and a half. He says the state jail inspector, Delbert Longley, has cited the current facility for numerous deficiencies, and while he has praised the sheriffâ€™s department for doing a good job with what they have to work with, Longley warned that he would have to shut down the facility if the problems are not fixed. The size of the current law enforcement center is the biggest hurdle in addressing the inspectorâ€™s concerns, as more space is needed to house and separate jail inmates.
North Iowa Betterment will host its third annual Winter Gala this Saturday, March 8 with social hour beginning at 6 p.m. and dinner, auction and entertainment starting at 7 p.m.
for scheduling. If the school boards approve the plan, the new super conference would be established beginning in the fall of 2015. Both conferences currently have eight schools, but the North Iowa Conference is set to expand this fall, with the addition of Bishop Garrigan, Eagle Grove and North Union. Meanwhile, Riceville is planning to exit the Corn Bowl Conference, leaving a total of 18 schools interested in the proposed super conference. These 18 schools include: Belmond-Klemme, Bishop Garrigan,
Central Springs, Eagle Grove, Forest City, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura, Lake Mills, Newman Catholic, Nashua-Plainfield, North Butler, North Iowa, Northwood-Kensett, North Union, Osage, Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock, St. Ansgar, West Fork and West Hancock. The superintendents hope that in forming a super conference, theyâ€™ll be able to provide new opportunities for students beyond athletics. â€œI am excited to see our conference being progressive and lookcontinued on page 10
County Supervisor Terry Durby, right, explains the layout of the proposed new public safety center in Forest City, as Sheriff Dave Peterson looks on. There are also issues with inmates having to be moved through less secure areas due to the layout of the building, and Sheriff Dave Peterson says there have been at least six inmates who have escaped the jail since 1977. There are also mold and asbestos issues with the 80-year-old building, which has about 8,000 sq. ft. of floor space. A committee made up of 21 rep-
News Events Winter Gala this Saturday
The school boards of the North Iowa Conference and the neighboring Corn Bowl Conference will decide this month if they wish to team up to form a new athletic â€œsuper conferenceâ€?. The superintendents of the schools in both conferences met last Tuesday, Feb. 25, to discuss possibility, with the goal of creating long term partnerships and stability for all districts involved. The superintendents reached a consensus that they would like to combine to form a two-division conference, while allowing for some flexibility
resentatives from throughout the county spent about a year reviewing options before recommending a new facility be built. The proposed new public safety center would be 20,000 sq. ft. and would house not just a jail but also the Winnebago County Sheriffâ€™s Office, E911 dispatch, Emergency Management personnel, and possibly the Forest City Police Dept. continued on page 10
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Shrek the Musical coming to North Iowa
North Iowa High School will bring a fairytale world to life this spring, as the theater department presents Shrek the Musical for two nights only, March 21 and 22. The musical is based on the 2001 movie of the same name and tells the story of the lovable ogre Shrek, who embarks on an adventure to get his swamp back and makes some friends and falls in love along the way. Itâ€™s a fairytale with a fun twist and a good lesson in being proud of who you are. Stars of the production include Caleb Ricke as Shrek, right, and Jami Goetz as Donkey. Tickets go on sale Monday, Mar. 10 at the school.
10 Years Ago Tribune Files of Wednesday, March 4, 2004 Yes, the eggs are green and yes, Tuesday, March 2, 2004 was the one hundredth birthday of Ted Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Students, staff and faculty at North Iowa Elementary spent the day celebrating with many fun activities. Elementary students at the North Iowa Elementary School may want to find those lost quarters in the sofa or shake out a couple of dollars from their piggy bank before Wednesday, March 17 and take advantage of Save with the Supe. Supt. and Elementary Principal Larry D. Hill has pledged
&DSLWRO+LJKOLJKWV %\5HSUHVHQWDWLYH7HGG*DVVPDQ ,RZD+RXVH'LVWULFW WHGGJDVVPDQ#OHJLVLRZDJRY A number of bills have been passed out of the house this week. One of those bills dealt with human trafficking. There has been an uptick in the number of women, even girls as young as 12, caught in the prostitution trade. Usually a pimp will take the young lady from hotel room to hotel room, from city to city. On Wednesday the house passed a bill dealing with this type of activity. If the woman is younger than age 18 the county attorney can refer her to the DHS who in turn could place the woman in a state agency or even a foster home. Another aspect of the bill would increase the penalty for the pimp from a class D felony to a class C felony. The law would remain as is for those over the age of 18. The pimp would also have to register as a tier one sex offender. At the beginning of the session I signed onto a bill that was similar to this one with one of my Democrat colleagues. We are taking a step towards making this activity more difficult with greater penalty for those doing the trafficking. This week the House passed House File 2253 which toughens penalties for those convicted of crimes against children, specifically kidnapping. This bill was generated after last summerâ€™s kidnapping of Kathlynn Shepard and Desi Hughes which resulted in the murder of Shepard, who was 15. The bill makes the crime of kidnapping a child 15 or under a class B felony
and lengthens prison time for those who are convicted of this crime. In the Shepard case, the murderer was a convicted child kidnapper who was freed due to good behavior. This bill would have ensured he stayed in prison. Keeping Iowaâ€™s children safe from harm is one of my priorities. â€œWhile I am deeply saddened by the loss of Kathlynn Shepard and the trauma suffered by Desi Hughes, I am hopeful this measure will prevent this horrific situation from ever happening again.â€? I voted in the affirmative on this bill and it passed the house 94 to 3 and has been sent to the senate for their consideration. Thank you to all my constituents in District 7 for allowing me to serve as your representative in Des Moines. The challenges are many but the rewards are great when I can help out in even the smallest of ways. Please feel free to contact me with any comments or concerns about legislation coming forth. Thank you again and have a great week. Rep. Gassman is on the Education, Environmental Protection, Judiciary, and Local Government Committees, and serves as the Vice Chair of the Joint Administration and Regulation Appropriations Subcommittee. His district includes Emmet County, Winnebago County, and the northern parts of Kossuth County, including Algona. You can contact him at tedd.gassman@legis. iowa.gov
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GHQQLVJXWK#OHJLVLRZDJRY Returning to the Iowa Senate this week, it was understood we would be casting votes on dozens of bills. The first funnel ended Friday, and Senators attended scores of subcommittee and committee meetings in an attempt to get bills moving before the self-imposed funnel deadline. The Senate took up more than 60 bills this week, with the overwhelming majority of the proposed legislation receiving broad, bipartisan support. The topics ranged from a bill creating a Lyme disease task force to enhancing penalties for those convicted of kidnapping a child. Floor work should remain steady for the coming weeks. This week, the only bills the Senate could debate were those passed out of our respective committees. For the next two weeks, debate should continue to be time-consuming as we work toward the second funnel. That deadline is March 14. Parents go to great lengths to protect their children. Unfortunately, as the Kathlynn Shepard case taught us, our children are vulnerable to tragic crimes. Shepard of Dayton was kidnapped and murdered May 20, 2013, after getting off a school bus. Kathlynnâ€™s parents urged lawmakers to increase penalties and oversight for sex offenders who attack children. On Tuesday, Michael and Denise Shepard saw their vision become a reality when the Iowa Senate unanimously passed Senate File 2201. I proudly supported this bill as it adds kidnapping a child 17 years old and younger to the definition of second degree kidnapping. This would make the crime a class â€œBâ€? felony. The proposed legislation also makes the second count of third degree kidnapping a class â€œBâ€? felony. The suspect in Kathlynn Shepardâ€™s kidnapping and murder was sentenced to 41 years in prison on a previous kidnapping charge in 1991. Michael Klunder was convicted in 1991 of three kidnappings in two days. Two of his victims were threeyear-old children. Klunder was released in 2011, after serving 19 years in prison. By making this fix in the Iowa Code and increasing penalties for kidnapping a juvenile, we will keep those likely to reoffend in jail for longer sentences. I was recently asked by a business owner why I do not support a gas tax increase. He reminded me the Governorâ€™s bipartisan task force recommended more money must be spent on roads and bridges to protect
our infrastructure. He also stated the road tax is a user fee and constitutionally protected so that all funds must be used on roads. My response was everyone wants to fix our roads; we just disagree on how to fund them. I suggested we use some of the dollars we have in the General Fund now. The surplus is an overcollection of taxes and should either be returned to the taxpayer or used to reduce future tax increases. I can support a gas tax increase once those things have been done or as a part of a package that includes tax cuts. I have co-sponsored two bills that transfer General Fund dollars to the Road Use Tax Fund, one for 2 percent of the General Fund and one for $200 million. The business owner responded he also hates taxes and finds it hard to believe he is promoting a tax that would cost him roughly $15,000 per year. He then stated that he would recoup his costs in reduced vehicle repairs and routes that were shortened due to bridge repairs. He asked why those excess dollars in the General Fund were burning a hole in my pocket. A saving account is good insurance. Those are good thoughts. However, all of our rainy day funds are full and we cannot keep from spending the surplus. I sit on a budget committee where I have seen a request for a status quo budget challenged by a Democrat asking â€œIsnâ€™t there something your department has always dreamed of doing? We want to give you more money.â€? As long as there are any unspent dollars in our General Fund there will be people who want it spent immediately. I would rather see those dollars go toward improving our roads than used to expand government bureaucracy. I feel that we often use up all of our funds on the less significant, and then declare that we must raise taxes to provide for the essential. I am not willing to give up this battle against bigger government without a fight. The response from the business owner was, â€œI appreciate your response and feel your pain. I certainly cannot find disagreement in that statement.â€? Letâ€™s use the funds we already have to fund our roads! Thomas Jefferson said, â€œWhen the people fear the government there is tyranny, when the government fears the people there is liberty.â€? Thanks for the opportunity to serve you in District 4. Feel free to call me at 641-430-0424 or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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to add $1.00 to every studentâ€™s savings account if they make a deposit or open a new savings account on the March 17 Save for America banking day at the school. 20 Years Ago Tribune Files of Thursday, March 3, 1994 North Iowa High School senior BJ Miller wrestled five opponents in the 1994 state wrestling tournament in Des Moines. He finished in third place (second runner up) in the 152 pound division of Class 1A grapplers. This was Millerâ€™s fourth appearance in the state event. During this month of February the students of the Buffalo Center-RakeLakota Elementary in Buffalo Center have been participating in the 14th annual, statewide â€œRead a Million Minutesâ€? program. The program is established to promote literacy through the enjoyment of reading. As of week two, the children have read 27,334 minutes. 30 Years Ago Tribune Files of Thursday, March 1, 1984 Sallie Smith announces her Grand Opening at her new shop, â€œSilks by Sallieâ€? in Buffalo Plaza. She offers arrangements with silk flowers and many other gift items and crafts of different natures. One hundred and fifty pounds of ground beef are used each year in preparation for Rakeâ€™s annual lutefisk supper with Eileen Behrends and her committee. Eileen, Maxine Benn, and LaVonne Quame have been involved with the project at Rake for several years. Becker Brothers Construction of Titonka, general contractors for the Timely Mission Nursing Home, have been busy with the new addition on the west end of the Homeâ€™s residence area. Murray Berggren, TMNH Administrator, said the work is progressing most satisfactorily. 40 Years Ago Tribune Files of Thursday, February 28, 1974 Seventy-seven people attended the Public Hearing on Highway 9 and its improvement plans, Thursday, evening, February 21 in the Community Room of the Farmers Trust & Savings Bank. Highway 9 is to be widened in to a 24 foot roadway with stabilized shoulders of ten feet on either side leading to a 10 foot ditch. Representative Terry Branstad sent a letter and stressed his great interest in repair and renovation of Highway 9 and trusted that there be no further delays following the announced construction schedules of the Highway Commission released last December. Kathy Meinders was crowned 1974 â€œFFA Sweetheartâ€? this past Saturday evening at the Buffalo Center FFAâ€™s Sweetheart Dance. 50 Years Ago Tribune Files of Thursday, March 5, 1964 Work was started yesterday on a new well for Buffalo Center as the old well was about to go dry. The city already has one well that is about 250 feet deep on the other side of the football field. This new well will be connected to the new pump house out there. The well downtown will soon be closed off. Halvorson Well Drilling Company of Rake is doing the job. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Andersen recently purchased the bowling alley and will assume ownership on May 15. Laird Moore, one of the owners, has been the manager here since The Bowling Alley was built in 1960. It has been an asset to Buffalo Center and it is the only bowling alley in this area. 60 Years Ago Tribune Files of Thursday, March 4, 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peterson are parents of a daughter, Jacqueline Jo, born at the Buffalo Center Hospital, Tuesday, March 2. Donald Beste, who operates The Rexall Drug Store here, received a 17-jewel cased watch from the Rexall Drug Company with this inscription â€œGolden Anniversary to Donald F. Beste for his outstanding achievement in 1953â€? Rexall Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Otlhoff, who have been living on a farm near Stevens, have moved to a farm northeast of Lakota.
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SOCIETY North Iowa Communities List of Events March 13 Spring Coffee and Baked Food Sale, First Reformed Church, 9-11 a.m. March 19 Kindergarten Round-Up, NICS-Commons, 6-7:30 p.m. March 20 Rake Book Club-â€œThe Five People You Meet in Heavenâ€? by Mitch Albom, Rake Library, 1:30 p.m. March 21 Annual Pork Loin Supper, United Methodist Church-Buffalo Center, 5-7 p.m. March 26 Daffodil Days Order Pick-Up, Heritage Town Center, 4-5:30 p.m. March 29 North Iowa Athletic Booster Club Banquet, Guest Speaker-Matt Booth, Heritage Town Center, 6 p.m. April 5 Benefit for Janel Heinz, Ventura Community Center, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. April 10 Bethlehem Lutheran Spring Coffee, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. April 13 Annual Lakota Firemanâ€™s Brunch, Lakota Fire Station, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. April 19 Annual Firemenâ€™s Pancake Feed, Buffalo Center Fire Station, 10:30a.m.-12:30 p.m. August 23 Farmers Trust and Savings Bank 100th Anniversary Celebration, Lions Club Park, 3-7 p.m.
The Grant Neighborly Birthday Club will meet on Friday, March 14 at Driverâ€™s Choice Restaurant at 2 p.m.
Rake SHARE Iowa The Rake SHARE Iowa March deadline is Friday, March 14. Orders may be placed on Wednesday, March 12 at the Bison Senior Center in Buffalo Center. Orders may also be placed with SHARE volunteer, Illa, at 566-3558 or at 641-903-9409. For more information, or to place an order online, visit www.shareiowa. org. March orders will be available for pick up on Saturday, March 29 from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. in the Rake City Hall.
North Iowa Kindergarten Round-Up March 19 Kindergarten Round-Up will be held at North Iowa Community Schools on Wednesday, Mar. 19. Children who will be five years of age by September 15 are invited to attend a day in Kindergarten and Kindergarten-Prep. The incoming kindergartners will get a chance to meet each other, meet the teachers, and explore the kinder-
Local Students named to Deanâ€™s List Emily Davids of Lakota has been named to the Deanâ€™s List for the University of Iowa for the 2013 fall semester. Students named to the Deanâ€™s List must achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and have a total of 12 semester hours of earned credit. Chelsey Goetz of Lakota was named to the Deanâ€™s List for Buena Vista University for the 2013 fall semester. Students named to the Deanâ€™s List must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 for the semester based on a 4.0 grade point system and must have taken at least 12 hours of coursework.
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Services and Announcements of activities in our area
â€œNot forsaking the assembling...together a.m. - All are invited to attend. Ruth Circle meets in the narthex classroom, 2:00 p.m. -Harriet Harms is todayâ€™s hostess. Devotions and todayâ€™s lesson are shared by Dorothy Boehm. Pastor Bill leaves for Parkersburg and a classis Overtures and Judicial Business meeting at 7p.m., 5:00 p.m. All bulletin announcements for this coming Sunday should be in the hands of Linda Harms, 7:00 p.m. -You may email her at harmsl@ wctatel.net Friday, March 7: Pastor Bill leaves for Dumont and a classis Stewardship Committee meeting at 10 a.m., 8:00 a.m. Sunday, March 9: Daylight Savings Times begins at 2 a.m. â€“ Please note time change. Worship with live broadcast on KIOW-FM 107.3 and simulcast world-wide on www.kiow.com, 9:30 a.m. Fellowship hour shared in the basement fellowship hall, 10:30 a.m. Childrenâ€™s Choir practices in the sanctuary, 10:45 a.m. Catechism class meets with Pastor Bill in the youth lounge, 10:45 a.m. Sunday School Classes meet for children and youth, 11:00 a.m. Chancel Choir practice in the sanctuary, 11:00 a.m. All Classes are released promptly, 11:30 a.m. Monday, March 10: Pastor Bill is out of the study this morning. Dorcas Circle meets in the narthex classroom, 2:00 p.m. -Todayâ€™s Hostess is Jackie McGrady. Evelyn Winter will share devotions and Joyce Landheer will lead the lesson. Esther Circle meets in the Fellowship Hall, 7:00 p.m. -Peg Mastin and Sue Peake are hostesses tonight. Peg Mastin shares the devotional and JoAnn DeBoer leads the lesson. Tuesday, March 11: Pastor Bill is out of town for consistory business. Wednesday, March 12: Pastor Bill is out of the study this morning. Spirit Lifterâ€™s meeting in the church study, 11:00 a.m. -All are welcome to this weekly devotional Bible Study which requires no preparation. Our lesson (taken from the Upper Room Devotional â€“ available for free in the church narthex) this week is â€œGiving With Gratitudeâ€? drawn from 2 Corinthians 8:1-9. All are welcome and encouraged to attend and ask, â€˜What can I give to help people who are hungry in my community?â€™ â€œSpirit Liftersâ€? is intended to lift the spirits of real people living real lives in a not always uplifting world! Pastorâ€™s Class for confirmation youth, 7:00 p.m. -Tonightâ€™s topic is â€œOrganization and Attitudes of the Reformed Churchâ€?. --------------------------------------IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Rural Titonka Wednesday, March 5: Pastor Text Study, 10:00 a.m. Kids Against Hunger, 5:00 p.m. WOW for kids at St. Johnâ€™s, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Ash Wed. Service at St. Johnâ€™s, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6: St. Johnâ€™s Evening Quilting, 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 7: World Day of Prayer at Immanuel, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Worship at St. Johnâ€™s, 8:30 a.m. Immanuel Sunday School, 8:50 a.m. Fellowship at St. Johnâ€™s, 9:30 a.m. Worship at Immanuel, 10:00 a.m. Monday, March 10: St. Johnâ€™s Pancake Supper, 5:007:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 11: Quilting at St. Johnâ€™s, 1:00 p.m. Immanuel WELCA Bible Study & Meeting, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 12: Pastor Text Study, 10:00 a.m. Bible Study at TCC, 10:30 a.m. WOW for kids at St. Johnâ€™s, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Lenten Worship at Immanuel, 7:30 p.m.
--------------------------------------RAMSEY REFORMED CHURCH Titonka, Iowa Pastor Perry DeGroot Wednesday, March 5: Catechism for grades 3-12, 7:00 p.m. Friday, March 7: Ramsey ladies will attend World Day of Prayer service at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Titonka. Saturday, March 8: Community Menâ€™s Bible Study, 6:00 a.m. Sunday, March 9: Morning Worship, 9:30 a.m. Coffee Fellowship, 10:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages, 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 12: Catechism for grades 3-12, 7:00 p.m. --------------------------------------ST. JOHNâ€™S LUTHERAN CHURCH Woden, Iowa Wednesday, March 5: Pastor Text Study, 10:00 a.m. Kids Against Hunger, 5:00 p.m. WOW for kids at St. Johnâ€™s, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Ash Wed. Service at St. Johnâ€™s, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6: St. Johnâ€™s Evening Quilting, 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 7: World Day of Prayer at Immanuel, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Worship at St. Johnâ€™s, 8:30 a.m. Immanuel Sunday School, 8:50 a.m. Fellowship at St. Johnâ€™s, 9:30 a.m. Worship at Immanuel, 10:00 a.m. Monday, March 10: St. Johnâ€™s Pancake Supper, 5:007:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 11: Quilting at St. Johnâ€™s, 1:00 p.m. Immanuel WELCA Bible Study & Meeting, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 12: Pastor Text Study, 10:00 a.m. Bible Study at TCC, 10:30 a.m. WOW for kids at St. Johnâ€™s, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Lenten Worship at Immanuel, 7:30 p.m. --------------------------------------ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH Lakota, Iowa Pastor Lynn Noel Wednesday, March 5: Pastorâ€™s text study, 10:30 a.m. Esther Circle, 1:30 p.m. Lenten Meal, 6:00 p.m. Ash Wed. Service with imposition of ashes and communion, 7:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Worship Service, 8:45 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Monday, March 10: Church Council, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 12: Pastorâ€™s text study, 10:30 a.m. 8th Grade Confirmation, 6:00 p.m. Lenten Meal, 6:00 p.m. Lenten Worship Service, 7:00 p.m. --------------------------------------SOLID ROCK MINISTRIES 3024 - 360th St., Buffalo Center Pastor Van Davis Friday, March 7: Supper, 6:00 p.m. Praise and Worship/Prayer, 7:00 p.m. Lesson and Discussion, 7:30 p.m. ---------------------------------------
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Buffalo Center, Iowa Pastor Deb Devine Wednesday, March 5: Adult Bible Study, 1:00 p.m. Ash Wednesday Service, 7:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Sunday School, 9:15 a.m. Worship Service, 10:15 a.m. Fellowship, 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, March 11: Committee on Ministry, 5:15 p.m. Trustees, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 12: Adult Bible Study, 1:00 p.m. Lent Potluck, 5:30 p.m. Lent Services, 6:30 p.m. --------------------------------------UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Thompson, Iowa Pastor Deb Devine Wednesday, March 5: Adult Bible Study, 1:00 p.m. Ash Wednesday Services, 5:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Worship Service, 8:30 a.m. Fellowship with Coffee, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 12: Adult Bible Study, 1:00 p.m. --------------------------------------ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Rake, Iowa Terry Mahnke, Pastor Wednesday, March 5: Meal, 6:00 p.m. Ash Wednesday Service, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 6: Council, 7:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 12: Quilting Meal, 6:00 p.m. Lent Service, 7:00 p.m.
Free workshop on measuring deer antlers The Winnebago County Conservation Board will host a free Deer Antler Measuring Workshop on Wednesday, Mar. 26, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. It will be held at 1970 340th Street, Forest City, 1.5 miles east of the Bear Creek Golf Course, on the south side of the road. People can come any time during the workshop to get their deer antlers scored. Deer mounts, as well as shed antlers will be measured. People who donâ€™t have any antlers to be scored are still welcome to come and see the antlers that other people bring in, as well as observe the scoring process. For more information about the workshop, contact the Winnebago County Conservation Board at 641565-3390.
CONGREGATE MEALS Monday, March 10: Swedish Meatballs, Baked Potato w/ Sour Cream, Harvard Beets, Mixed Fruit Tuesday, March 11: Turkey Tetrazini, Garden Beans, Hot Fruit Compote, WW Roll Wednesday, March 12: Chili, Crackers, Lettuce Salad, Red Mandarin Orange Jell-O Thursday, March 13: Scalloped Potatoes and Ham, California Blend, Cranberry Pear Crisp Friday, March 14: Cookâ€™s Choice Please RSVP for a meal by 6:00 p.m. the night before by calling 5622495, and leave a message on the answering machine.
houses at Thorpe Park. Everyone will then also have the option to make their own bluebird house to take home, if theyâ€™d like. Although there will be no cost to attend the Bluebird Basics program, and people of all ages are welcome to attend, the WCCB will request a small $5 donation for supplies if people wish to make a bluebird house to take home. People planning on making a house should also bring along a hammer and sign up ahead of time so that enough bluebird house kits are available. To sign up, or for more information about the workshop, contact Lisa Ralls at 641565-3390 or lralls@winnebagoccb. com. If the program needs to be postponed again, that announcement will run on KIOW Radio (FM 107.3), and be posted on the WCCB web site (www.winnebagoccb.com), as well as on the WCCB Facebook page and Twitter feed (@WinnebagoCCB).
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BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH Thompson, Iowa Pastor Lynn Noel Wednesday, March 5: BLCW meets Ash Wednesday Services, 6:00 p.m. Thursday, March 6: WISH Open, 5-7 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Confirmation, 9:15 a.m. Fellowship/Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Traditional Service, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 12: Circles meet Church council meets, 7:00 p.m. Lenten Services, 7:30p.m. --------------------------------------BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH Buffalo Center, Iowa Mark Brickzin, Pastor Wednesday, March 5: Lenten Supper, 6:00 p.m. Ash Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. Friday, March 7: Pastorâ€™s Day Off Sunday, March 9: 1st Sunday of Lent Worship/Baptism of Tessa Holland, 9:30 a.m. Fellowship/Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Adult Bible Class/Confirmation, 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 12: Lenten Supper, 6:00 p.m. Lenten Service, 7:00 p.m. LYO Food for Hungry Event at Forest City --------------------------------------COMMUNITY CHAPEL Lakota, Iowa Ron Wheeler, Pastor Wednesday, March 5: Bible Study and Prayer at the Parsonage, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 6: Menâ€™s Prayer Time, 6:30 a.m. Sunday, March 9: Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Choir Rehearsal, 6:15 p.m. Evening Service with Communion, 7:00 p.m. Fellowship Time following Wednesday, March 12: Bible Study and Prayer at the Parsonage, 7:00 p.m. -------------------------------------FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Buffalo Center, Iowa Sunday, March 9: Worship, 9:00 a.m. --------------------------------------FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Buffalo Center, Iowa Pastor Brad DeVries Wednesday, March 5: Truth Project at Parsonage, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6: Prayer Time, 6:30 a.m. Womenâ€™s Fellowship, 2 p.m. -Share Time-Ruth, Elsie -Hostess-Phyllis, Jane Sunday, March 9: Worship, 9:00 a.m. Fellowship, 10:15 a.m. No Sunday School Meditations-Blue Earth Radio 1560, 12:05 p.m. Monday, March 10: Trustee Meeting, 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12: Truth Project at Parsonage, 6:30 p.m. --------------------------------------FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lakota, Iowa Wednesday, March 5: Ash Wednesday Service with Communion â€“ Dr. Glenn Wilson, 7:00 p.m. Sunday, March 9: Sunday School, 9:00 a.m. Worship Service â€“ Rev. Dave Feltman, 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 12: Lenten Service with St. Paul Lutheran Church, 7:00 p.m. --------------------------------------FIRST REFORMED CHURCH Buffalo Center, Iowa Pastor Bill Peake Wednesday, March 5: Christian Womenâ€™s Club meets in the fellowship hall, 9:00 a.m. Reformed Clergy Accountability and Support group meets at Presbyterian Church in Garner, 11:30 a.m. Pastorâ€™s Class for Confirmation aged youth meets in the church study, 7:00 p.m. -Tonightâ€™s theme is: â€œBeliefs of the Reformed Church in Americaâ€?. Thursday, March 6: Timely Mission Nursing Home Bible Study will meet today in the homeâ€™s multi-purpose room, 9:30
Due to sub-zero temperatures, the Winnebago County Conservation Board has rescheduled its Bluebird Basics workshop. The workshop, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, Mar. 1, will now be held on Saturday, Mar. 15, at the Thorpe Park shelter house, weather permitting. The program will begin at 10:00 a.m. and last about 90 minutes. During the workshop, Winnebago County Naturalist Lisa Ralls will present a program on the eastern bluebird, including its life history and how to attract it. There will also be time for questions and answers and to look at some of the bluebird
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Obituary Donald Paul Boyd Former resident and businessman of Lakota, Donald Paul Boyd, 87, of Donald Paul Boyd Sun City, AZ, passed away February 1927-2014 11, 2014, after a courageous battle Services: with cancer. Memorial service will Memorial service will be held at be held at a later date in Boone. Mea later date in Boone. morials will be given to the Shriners Memorials will be given to the Childrenâ€™s Burn Unit. Shriners Childrenâ€™s Burn Unit. He served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. He was honored for his military service by a ceremony and presentation of flag to his wife. Don was the former owner-operator of the grain elevator, a member of the Presbyterian Church, served on the school board in the 1960â€™s and was an active member of the community. He was a member of Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite and the Shrine in Sioux City, where he was a member of the â€œFlying Fez.â€? He flew burn children to Shriners Hospitals. He joined Continental Grain in 1966 in St. Louis as a commodity trader and troubleshooter. Later, he worked for National Marine Company until his retirement. A move to Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri got him involved in land development, resulting in the Boyd Estates Subdivision in Camdenton, MO. After being â€œsnow birdsâ€? for a number of years, they lived permanently in Sun City, AZ. He enjoyed flying, traveling, golf, helping and spending time with family and friends. He is survived by: his wife of 67 years, Faye; three children, Kathy (Harry) Fuller of Chandler, AZ, Patt (Herb) Jones of Terre Haute, IN, and Peggy (Rick) Leffingwell of San Tan Valley, AZ. He was blessed with 10 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his son, Bob Boyd.
Buffalo Center (Iowa) Tribune â€” Wednesday, March 5, 2014 â€” PAGE 5
Iowa values improve in latest Ag Census
North Iowa Research Farm hosts educational meeting The annual meeting and educational program of the North Iowa Research Farm will take place on Thursday, Mar. 13 at the Heartland Museum in Clarion. Registration and refreshments will begin at 8:30 a.m., and the meeting will run from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Highlights of this yearâ€™s meeting include farmer experience with cover crops, Iowaâ€™s nutrient loss strategy and a grain marketing outlook There is no cost to attend, but anyone attending is encouraged to pre-register by Friday, Mar. 7 by calling the Hancock County Extension office at 641-923-2856 or the Wright County Extension office at 515-532-3453. Pre-registration is needed to plan for meal numbers and handout materials. Speakers include: - Micah Smidt, ISU North Iowa Research Farm Superintendent -
Iowa has seen dramatic increas- $30.8 billion in 2012. The value of es in the total value of agriculture crops sold in Iowa increased by 2/3 production, value of crops sold and from $10.3 billion to $17.4 billion. value of livestock sold, according to The value of Iowa livestock producpreliminary data from the 2012 Cen- tion increased by 1/3 from $10.1 bilsus of Agriculture. The growth has lion to $13.5 billion. allowed Iowa to move Iowa moved from Additional in to second place nathird nationally in each category in to tionally in each category preliminary second place nasince the last Census of Census of tional, passing Texas Agriculture in 2007. â€œThe impact of Iowaâ€™s Agriculture data in the total value of production, passing agriculture industry is tremendous, and it con- can be found at Illinois in the value tinues to grow,â€? said www.AgCensus. of crops sold and passing California in Iowa Secretary of Agriusda.gov the value of livestock culture Bill Northey The growth over the last five years is a sold. Additional preliminary Census testament to the hard work, creativity and persistence of our farmers. of Agriculture data can be found at Even with the recent softening of www.AgCensus.usda.gov. The final commodity prices, Iowa agriculture census results will be released in is well positioned to continue to be a May and will include U.S., state and key driver of the stateâ€™s economy.â€? county data on livestock inventory, Iowaâ€™s total value of agriculture crop acreage and production, energy, production increased more than 50 land use practices, and production percent from $20.4 billion in 2007 to expenses.
season review, ISU FARM project. - Matt Helmers, ISU Extension Ag Engineer - Iowaâ€™s Nutrient Reduction Strategy. - Area farmers Tim Smith and Arliss Nielsen - experience with cover crops. - Bruce Voigts, Natural Resources Conservation Service MRBI Project Coordinator - cover crops. - Dennis Schwab, President of the North Iowa Research Farm association - annual meeting. - Chad Hart, ISU Extension Economist â€“ grain market outlook. First Citizens National Bank of Clarion will provide the morning refreshments. Gold-Eagle Cooperative, MaxYield Cooperative and North Central Cooperative will sponsor the lunch. The meeting is open to the public.
Winnebago County Courthouse News MARRIAGE LICENSES Dwight Jones, legal age, and Brandy Beier, legal age, both of Forest City. Rebecca Franks, legal age, and Ryan Fjelstad, legal age, both of Lake Mills. SENTENCES AND PLEAS Joshua Anderson, 21, Harris, MN, pled guilty to OWI-First Offense, a serious misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Winnebago County Sheriffâ€™s Office, July 24, 2013. Anderson was granted a deferred judgment and was ordered to pay a $1,250 civil penalty, applicable surcharges, and court costs. Anderson will be on probation for one year. He must follow through with all substance abuse treatment recommendations and will have his license revoked by the DOT. Christian Burress, 20, Lynnwood, WA, was found in contempt of court for a probation violation and sentenced to serve 28 days with credit from time served in treatment. Scott Church, 21, Joice, pled guilty to Possession of Marijuana, a serious misdemeanor, and OWI-First Offense, a serious misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Forest City Police Dept., May 28, 2013. Church was granted a deferred judgment and was ordered to pay a $1,250 civil penalty for
the OWI, and a $315 civil penalty for the Possession of Marijuana, applicable surcharges, and court costs. He will be on probation for one year. Church shall obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow through with all treatment recommendations and will have his license revoked by the DOT. Larry Hanson, 35, Madison, WI, pled guilty to Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Lake Mills Police Dept, March 23, 2013. He was ordered to pay a $100 fine, applicable surcharges, and court costs. Chantae Heenan, 22, Elmore, Minn., pled guilty to OWI-First Offense, a serious misdemeanor, and Possession of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine, a serious misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Winnebago County Sheriffâ€™s Office, July 24, 2013. Heenan was granted a deferred judgement and was ordered to pay a $1,250 civil penalty for the OWI, and a $315 civil penalty for the Possession of Methamphetamine, applicable surcharges and court costs. She will be on probation for 12 months. Heenan must follow through with all substance abuse treatment recommendations and will have her
license revoked by the DOT. Paul Hylland, 27, Lake Mills, pled guilty to OWI-First Offense, a serious misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Winnebago County Sheriffâ€™s Office, Oct. 19, 2013. Sentencing has been set for March 18, 2014. Tricia Penning, 24, Lake Mills, was found in contempt of court for a probation violation. Penning was sentenced to serve 14 days in jail, ordered to pay a $315 fine, applicable surcharges, and court costs. Gary Preteroti, Jr., 34, Forest City, pled guilty to OWI-Second Offense, an aggravated misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Forest City Police Dept, Oct. 20, 2013. Preteroti was sentenced to serve 365 days in jail, with all but 10 days suspended, and was ordered to pay a $1,875 fine, applicable surcharges and court costs. He will be on probation for one year. He must follow through with substance abuse treatment recommendations and will have his license revoked by the DOT. Jason Thompson, 37, Forest City, pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine, a serious misdemeanor, stemming from a traffic stop by the Iowa State Patrol, March 26, 2013. Thompson was granted a deferred
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executor to Steven Nelson and Gregory Nelson, an undivided 1/2 interest in a tract of land in sections 13 and 27, Mt. Valley Township. Gorden Anderson, Sharon Anderson, and Sharon Anderson attorney-in-fact to Gordon Anderson Jr and Denise Anderson, an undivided 1/2 interest in a tract of land in section 13, Newton Township. Gorden Anderson, Sharon Anderson, and Sharon Anderson attorney-in-fact to Geoffrey Anderson and Jodie Anderson, an undivided 1/2 interest in a tract of land in section 2, Newton Township. Heidi Obermeyer to Ramona Eggum, lot 11, auditorâ€™s resurvey of section 11, Center Township.
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weight violation (three counts), $89.70, $89.70 and $74.85. Joshua Anderson, Harris, MN, violation of conditions of restricted license, $132.50. Thomas Preyer IV, Lake Mills, failure to have valid license/permit, $472.50. Tristan Boehm, Buffalo Center, careless driving, $112.25. Matthew Ward, West Des Moines, speeding, $119. Linda Clarson, Buffalo Center, speeding, $119. Kaleb Phelps, Forest City, minor using tobacco-first offense, $50. Victor Ambros, Buffalo Center, no insurance, $397.50; failure to have valid license, $330. Brandy Crail, Lake Mills, driving while license denied/suspended/ cancelled, $397.50. Eric Doyle, Clear Lake, failure to maintain a reasonable and proper speed, $195. LAND TRANFERS Bety Krull to Jeremy Hobbs, a tract of land in section 24, Logan Township. Kevin Sheimo and Jill Sheimo to Jordan Brod, lot 2, block 94, Forest City. Gordon Nelson Estate, Steven Nelson executor and Gregory Nelson
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Gassman Announces Re-Election Plans Rep. Tedd Gassman (R-Scarville) announced last week he will be running for re-election to the Iowa House in district 7 ,which is made up of Emmet and Winnebago Counties, as well as portions of Kossuth County. Gassman, who is seeking a second term, spent many years as a teacher, businessman, farmer and school board member. He was elected to the Thompson Community School Board and served as president of the board. Gassman and his wife, Jodee, reside on a farm near Scarville and have been married for 51 years.
They have three grown children and 14 grandchildren. In the Legislature, Gassman is the Vice Chairman of the Administration and Regulation Budget committee. Additionally, he serves on the Education, Environmental Protection, Judiciary and Local Government Committees. â€œIt is an honor to serve the constituents of the 7th district. I believe our state is made truly great by the people in rural Iowa,â€? said Gassman. â€œI am committed to working to preserve our rural Iowa values and priorities and strengthening our town squares.â€?
Rep. Gassman, right, files his petitions with an election official in the Secretary of Stateâ€™s office.
Winnebago County Board of Supervisors February 18, 2014 The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors met in session at 9:00 A.M. February 18, 2014 adjourned from February 11, 2014. Present: Supervisors Wubben, Durby and Stensrud Absent: On a motion by Durby and seconded by Stensrud the Supervisors moved to approve the minutes for the February 11, 2014 Board Meeting and to amend the agenda for February 18, 2014 to move Scott Meinders, Engineer discussion of secondary road matters and the Engineerâ€™s contract to item #2 on the agenda. All voted aye. Motion carried. Scott Meinders, Engineer discussed secondary road matters including a bridge posting. On a motion by Durby and Seconded by Stensrud the Supervisors moved to approve a 1.5% wage increase for Scott Meinders, Engineer. His wage will increase from $85,000 to $86,275 retroactively to February 4, 2014. All voted aye. Motion carried. The following claims were approved and ordered to be paid: A & B Welding Inc Supplies .....................19.02 Albert Lea Electric Co Repairs ..............188.53 Alliant Energy Utilities ..............................48.36 Barnes Distribution Supplies ..............1,737.54 Bernau & Sons Inc Parts ....................3,145.92 Black Hills Energy Utilities ..................1,169.10 BMC Aggregates LLC Supplies ..........1,797.54 Calhoun-Burns And Assoc Inc Services A-28-W1 .............................................1,521.00 City of Buffalo Center Utilities ..................18.53 City of Forest City Utilities .....................417.01 City of Lake Mills Utilities .......................412.74 City of Thompson Utilities ........................69.75 Clear View Auto Glass Repairs .............282.32 Crysteel Truck Equipment Parts ............103.12 Dave Syverson Inc Parts .......................424.31 Dave Syverson Truck Center Parts .........42.40 Farmers Coop Assn Fuel ....................7,673.87 Fastenal Parts .........................................95.99 Five Star Cooperative Supplies ...............25.60 Force America Inc Parts ........................371.48 G & H Motor Parts Parts ........................306.66 H & S Autoparts Supplies ......................771.38 Heartland Power Utilities .......................737.50 Hi Yield Products Supplies .................1,219.13 Hotsy Corp Parts ...................................499.62 Huber Supply Co Supplies ....................276.85 Injectech Diesel Service Parts .................18.71 Interstate Battery Of Upper IA Batteries ............................................311.90 Iowa Dept of Transportation Supplies .........................................2,819.79 Iowa State University Registrations .......450.00 Johnson, Mark Reimbursement.............130.00 Johnsonâ€™s Food Center Supplies.............36.54 K & H Coop Oil Fuel .........................18,076.42 Lichtsinn Motor Inc Parts .......................654.82
Marco Inc Services ................................155.42 Marshall & Swift Services ......................291.48 Mason City Tire Service Supplies .......6,887.30 Midwest Wheel & Equip Co Parts.......1,166.46 Murra Hardware Supplies ........................58.43 Napa Auto Parts Parts ...........................227.33 Peterson Sanitation Inc Services.............55.00 Ransom Marketing Co Parts ..............2,952.00 Ronâ€™s LP Gas Service Fuel ................5,247.08 Shropshire Lumber Inc Supplies .............37.81 Singelstad Hardware Supplies ................32.38 Sioux City Foundry Co Supplies .........6,765.30 Thompson Supermarket Inc Fuel ............79.36 United States Cellular Telephone ............61.57 UnityPoint Clinic Services......................185.00 Voyager Fleet Systems Inc Fuel .........2,431.61 Wagner Tire Supplies ..............................16.00 Waytek Inc Parts ...................................311.33 Winnebago Coop Telecom Telephone ...437.52 Winnebago County Health Ins Premium.........................................1,253.20 Ziegler Inc Parts ....................................846.72 A1 Excavating & Drainage Inc Repairs..............................................538.96 Abele, Brian Meeting ...............................30.00 AH Hermel Co Supplies.........................157.21 Ahlers & Cooney Pc Services................193.00 Alliant Energy Utilities ..............................75.96 Almelien, Jodi Mileage.............................50.69 American Lung Assn Supplies ...............125.00 Arnevik, Dan Meeting ..............................15.00 Austin Office Products Supplies ............376.66 Bartleson, Debra Meeting ........................50.00 Baumann, Cheryl Mileage .....................104.24 Benson, Judy Mileage ...........................297.87 Bills Family Foods Jail Food ...............1,280.53 Black Hills Energy Utilities ..................3,575.07 BMC Aggregates LLC Supplies .............246.85 Body Works Services ............................825.00 Bomgaars Supplies ...............................663.95 Briggs Corp Supplies ...............................39.31 Carlson MD, Byron Medical Examiner Fee....................................150.00 Carpenter Uniform Supplies ....................30.17 CDW Government Supplies ..................325.94 Century Link Telephone ...........................14.00 Cerro Gordo Co Sheriff Services .............32.00 Chose, Jeff Meeting.................................15.00 Cintas Corp Supplies ...............................69.43 City of Forest City Utilities .....................125.36 City of Lake Mills Utilities .......................139.80 Clouse, Beth Mileage ............................195.36 Coffman, Thomas Reimbursement ..........32.31 Confirm Delivery Supplies .....................124.07 Dan Olson Contracting Supplies .............75.00 Determann, Nicolas Reimbursement.......51.28 Durby, Terrell Mileage ............................160.16 E B S Health Ins ...............................84,330.66 Engebretson, Fred Meeting .....................15.00 Farm & Home Publishers Supplies........140.00 Farmers Coop Assn Fuel ....................3,799.61 Fleet Fueling Fuel ..................................441.18 Forest City Foods Jail Food...................265.45
Forest City Post Office Postage ............606.85 Forest City Vet Clinic Supplies ................41.52 Franks, Rebecca Mileage ......................182.04 G & H Motor Parts Supplies ..................126.34 Galls An Aramark Co LLC Supplies .......299.74 Gasper, Terry Mileage .............................16.64 Gerdes, Matthew Reimbursement ...........54.85 Globe Gazette Circulation Dept Subscription Renewal .........................41.00 Green Canopy Inc Services...................370.00 Grovhac Inc Supplies ............................173.61 GRP & Associates Services ....................40.00 Hancock Co Auditor Salary.................7,448.38 Hancock Co Memorial Hospital Services .........................................2,385.96 Hassebroek, Steve Mileage.....................47.84 Healthcare First Maintenance Contract ............................................660.00 Heartland Power Utilities .......................626.21 Hovland, Bruce Meeting ..........................15.00 Hr-One Source Education .....................380.00 I & S Group Inc Services .......................378.75 IACCVSO Training...................................60.00 Insight Public Sector Inc Maintenance Contract .......................794.60 Iowa Dept of Public Safety Services......600.00 Iowa Hospital Assn Supplies ...................50.00 Iowa Immunization Coalition 2014 Dues.........................................100.00 Iowa Law Enforce Academy Training ....155.00 Iowa Outdoors Subscription Renewal .....30.00 Iowa Weed Commission Education .......120.00 ISAA Dues .............................................350.00 ISAC Education .....................................140.00 It Savvy LLC Supplies ........................2,680.00 John Deere Financial Fuel.....................837.11 Judicial Dialog Systems Maintenance Contract .......................837.90 Klosterbuer, Christa Mileage ...................38.20 Krull, Mark Meeting..................................15.00 Kvale, Ron Mileage ...............................150.82 Lackore, Kevin Services ........................135.00 Lake Mills Graphic Inc Advertising.........912.42 Lake Mills Lumber Co Supplies ...............39.00 Lamping, Colleen Reimbursement ..........77.00 Loveland, Carmen Services ..................370.50 Mail Services Services ..........................296.17 Malek, Laura Mileage ............................132.12 Marco Inc Maintenance Contract...........177.49 Marshall Co Sheriff Services ...................62.00 MBT Insurance Agency Surety Bond.....799.00 McColloch, Suzanne Reimbursement ...396.56 Melby, Ruth Mileage ................................48.88 Merchant, Ruth Mileage ........................125.36 Mid-America Publishing Corp Advertising ..........................................75.20 Midwest Const Consultants Services .........................................3,081.58 Mittelstadt Funeral Home Services.....1,900.00 Moskalski, Kathy Mileage ........................28.32 Murra, Dennis Meeting ............................70.47 NB Theiss Shirts Inc Supplies ...............164.50 NG-911 Maintenance Contract ..............323.25
Niederkofler, Karla Mileage ...................159.59 North Iowa K-9 Re-Certification Fee......150.00 North Iowa Media Group Advertising ..1,541.72 Office Depot Supplies ............................193.34 Olien, Roger Meeting...............................15.00 Olsen, Irven Meeting ...............................15.00 Ostrander, Jon Meeting ...........................15.00 Parmater, Benjamin Mileage .................144.56 Peterson, Darris Meeting .........................15.00 Plunketts Inc Services .............................29.17 Rippentrop, Dolores Mileage .................266.28 Roper, Andrew Meeting ...........................45.00 RSM McGladrey Inc Services..................90.00 Rygh, Thomas Meeting ...........................15.00 Schickel, Candila Services ....................126.00 Schneblyâ€™s 66 Fuel ................................286.25 Schumacher Elevator Company Maintenance Contract .......................193.30 Shopko Inc Supplies ..............................158.24 Solomonson, Roger Meeting ...................30.00 Spahn & Rose Lumber Co Supplies ........17.30 Standard Exchange Postage ...................37.36 Staples Credit Plan Supplies .................155.92 Stat Technologies Inc Supplies................48.53 State Hygienic Lab Supplies....................61.50 Swalve, Dennis Services .......................240.00 Thorson, James Meeting .........................30.00 Throne, Michael Meeting .........................15.00 Titonka Savings Bank Supplies ...............41.13 Tjelle, Denise Mileage ...........................479.82 TSP Court Reporting Services ..............170.75 US Police Canine Assn Inc Training ........50.00 Van Hove, Allan Meeting .........................15.00 Veenstra & Kimm Inc Services ..............968.44 Verizon Wireless Telephone ..................302.32 Visa Supplies ......................................1,573.53 Wagner, Carl Meeting ..............................60.00 Waste Mgmt Of WI-MN Services ...........167.89 Winnebago Co Fair Assn Transfer.........431.30 Winnebago Co Sheriff Services.............284.90 Winnebago Coop Telecom Telephone ......................................3,276.80 Yegge, Dennis Mileage ............................28.08 Youth Shelter Care Services .................979.65 John Torbert, IDDA to discussed drainage updates. On a motion by Durby and seconded by Stensrud the Supervisors moved to set the date for FY 2014/2015 Budget Hearing for March 11, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. All voted aye. Motion carried. The Supervisors tabled the Housing Authority Board and City Representative to NIACOG Board of Directors appointments. The Supervisors discussed budget amendments for the current fiscal year 2013/2014. The Supervisors discussed budgets for fiscal year 2014/2015. The session was adjourned until 9:00 A.M. February 25, 2014. Warren Wubben, Chairperson Attest: Karla Niederkofler, Auditor Published in the Buffalo Center Tribune on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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Doug Penning of Buffalo Center rolled his first ever 300 in Twin City League bowling action at Buffalo Lanes on Thursday, Jan. 16. He bowled games of 201, 184 and 300 on lanes three and four for a 685 series on the night. Penning, center, is congratulated by teammate Andrew Loucks, left, and Eric Knudson, co-owner of Buffalo Lanes.
City Tournament winners at Buffalo Lanes
The StateLine Coop team won the City Tournament at Buffalo Lanes held January 6-12, with a team total of 2973. Team members include, from left: Rick Meyer, Arvid Boyken, Dan Hassebroek, Warren Wubben and Doug Penning. Right: Doubles winners for the 2014 City Tournament are Jeremy Smith, left, and Andrew Loucks, who scored 1541.
Mike Baumann is the singles winner of the City Tournament at Buffalo Lanes with a total of 847 pins. Baumann was also the All Events winner in both handicap and scratch, with a handicap score of 2329 and a scratch score of 2041.
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Bowlers finish season at qualifier meet The North Iowa bowling teams traveled to Waterloo on Tuesday, Feb. 18, for the boysâ€™ and girlsâ€™ State qualifier meets. Both teams saw their seasons come to an end, as the girls took fifth place and the boys came in sixth. Waverly Shell-Rock won the girlsâ€™ meet with 2480, followed by Waterloo Columbus 2168, Tripoli 2035, Forest City 2024, North Iowa 1909 and Denver 1702. Alyssa Knudson was North Iowaâ€™s top bowler, placing second at the meet with scores of 172 and 171 for a 343 total. She was fol-
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Wed. Ladies Night February 26, 2014 W L Heidiâ€™s Hair Care 29 15 Emporium Furniture 28 16 K & H Coop Oil 25 19 Pioneer Bank 24 20 Parts Plus 22 22 BYE 3 41 Highs Posted: team game, Heidiâ€™s Hair Care (434), team series, Heidiâ€™s Hair Care (1263), ind. game, Nicole Baumann (203), ind. series, Nicole Baumann (557)
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Two Forest City Indians made it to the State wrestling semifinals this February for the first time since 1989. Senior Tyler Putney capped off his wrestling career on Saturday, Feb. 22, by taking the State Title at 285 pounds in Class 2A. Meanwhile, the Indianâ€™s other qualifier, Beau Sorenson, climbed the rankings to a sixth place finish at 160 pounds at State during his first appearance in the tournament. â€œWhat a great weekend for Forest City Wrestling!â€? remarked Indians Head Coach Steve Staudt. â€œTwo state qualifiers - two state placers.â€? Staudt says Sorenson got a tough draw in the first round, as he faced fifth ranked Dylon Vanâ€™t Hof from Sioux Center, who went into the tournament with a 37-0 record. Sorenson rose to the occasion, as he got four takedowns to win a 9-4 decision. In the quarterfinals, Sorenson pinned Tayler Pettit of Creston in 2:36. â€œBeau wrestled another great match, staying aggressive and dominating the match,â€? said Staudt. In the semifinals, Sorenson ran into fourth ranked Jacob Holschlag from Union, as he lost by a tech fall, 16-0. He faced Jake Voss from West Delaware in the consolation semifinals, where he lost by fall in 1:50. Sorenson would wrestle one more time in the fifth place match, where he faced Alex Oswald from Webster City for the third time this season. â€œBeau was the aggressor the entire match, but he wasnâ€™t able to finish takedowns in bounds,â€? said Staudt. The match went into overtime, where Sorenson lost, 3-1. â€œOverall, Beau had a great tourney,â€? said Staudt. â€œHe made it to the semifinals to guarantee himself a medal and then tried working his way up the podium. He ended his great season at 45-11 and is already back in the weight room with goal of being a state champ next year.â€? Putney opened the tournament with a pin over Nathan Heath of ADM-Adel in 3:32 in the first round. He followed up with a major decision over Greg Palma of Boyden Hull-Rock Valley in the quarterfinals, 8-0. Putney then wrestled Logan Linderbaum of Solon in the semifinals, winning a 3-1 decision. In the finals, Putney faced Mario PeĂąa of Hampton-Dumont for the fourth time this season. After winning two of those prior matches in an ultimate tie breaker, history repeated itself on Saturday, as Putney won 3-2 in the ultimate tie breaker after wrestling for eight and a half minutes. â€œBoth boys did an outstanding job,â€? said Staudt. â€œThey stay focused on the next match they had and wrestled their style. They pushed the pace and went to war out there. Beau was disappointed in his finish, but the coaching staff is proud as heck of his accomplishments this season and down at state. â€œTyler wrapped up a great senior season, going 49-4 and avenging two of his losses during the season,â€? said Staudt. â€œBoth boys are examples of what our younger wrestlers
Ag Performance 36 47 Nickâ€™s Auto Body 36 44 Murra Hardware 29 45 Stateline Coop 26 54 BYE 11 72 Highs Posted: team game, Buffalo Lanes (798), team series, Buffalo Lanes (2348), ind. game, Douglas Aukes (248), ind. series, Mike Baumann (676)
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Tyler Putney, right, and Hampton-Dumontâ€™s Mario PeĂąa battled four eight and a half minutes in the 285 pound State championship match before Putney escaped for the win in the ultimate tie breaker.
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Pizzas bring in $2,000 for Youth Football The North Iowa Youth Football program raised about $2,000 this February through a fundraiser held in conjunction with Godfatherâ€™s Pizza. The kids sold nearly 500 pizzas, which they put together themselves with the help of parents and volunteers. Godfatherâ€™s provided the ingredients, which 37 helpers combined to make the takeand-bake pizzas on Saturday, Feb. 22 in the North Iowa school commons. The money raised will go toward the Youth Football playersâ€™ registration fees, which pay for everything from equipment to referees.
Good guesser gets $100 from FTSB Ingrid Oftedahl, right, is the winner of the Employee Baby Picture Guessing Game held this February at Farmers Trust and Savings Bank. The contest is part of FTSBâ€™s 100th anniversary celebration, and as the winner with the most correct guesses, Ingrid received a cash prize of $100 from Jill Engelbarts of FTSBâ€™s Lakota branch. The bank will continue its celebration in the month of March with a Website Scavenger Hunt contest.
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continued from page 1 ing for additional ways to provide opportunities to our students,â€? said Myer. â€œThis will have a positive impact on our athletic programs, but I believe the potential for additional fine arts and student leadership opportunities is the greatest contribution a super conference provides.â€? The athletic directors from both conferences plan to sit down for a meeting this Wednesday to review the two-division concept and to look at how they would schedule games and events. The plan is to leave opportunities for non-conference games, as well as cross-over games between the two divisions. If the plans move forward, students from each of the schools involved would be given an opportunity to help name the new super
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County officials address public on new safety center continued from page 1 Durby says a sharing agreement with the City of Forest City canâ€™t be completed before the bond referendum is approved, but the size of the facility can be reduced if an agreement is not reached. He estimates the cost to include administrative space for the Forest City Police Dept. to be about 6.8% of the current project cost. Currently, Durby says the county does not have adequate jail space to house all of its inmates, and if the jail closes, it will cost an estimated $4.2 million to house inmates outside the county over the next 15 years. â€œIf we do nothing, our tax revenue will go to another county,â€? said Durby. He said a study by the South Iowa Crime Commission showed the county currently needs a 12-15 bed jail, with a projected need for 22 beds in the next 15 years. Durby and Peterson took questions from the public following the presentation, and Gary Garst of Buffalo Center asked why a site in Forest City was chosen over a site in Thompson. In particular, he asked why the vacant school building in Thompson wasnâ€™t chosen. Garst said that, in his view, a central location in the county would make more sense. Durby said that, while the existing school structure could make for good office space, a new jail facility would still need to be built if that site in Thompson were chosen. Regarding a central location, Peterson said that most of the crimes in Winnebago County are committed in the eastern portion of the county, and he has deputies patrolling the entire county. Durby said the Forest City site, located along Highway 69, was chosen from among 20 possible sites in the county. Advantages he listed for the location include proximity to the Forest City paramedics, ambulance, police department and fire department, as well as primary highway access to the entrance and exit of the facility. Polls were set to close at 8 p.m. Tuesday for the special election, with local polling places including the Heritage Town Center in Buffalo Center, the Thompson Public Library and Rake City Hall.
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