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News at a Glance
Clear snow from fire hydrants
GARNER - The Fire Department is asking for the publicâ€™s help in clearing away snow from fire hydrants. Clearing snow away from the hydrants makes it much easier for the fire department to hook up to one in the event of an emergency.
Wesley Medical Clinic BRITT - Hancock County Health System would like the residents of Wesley and the surrounding communities to be aware that the Wesley Medical Clinic will be closed Monday, March 10 through Monday, March 17, 2014. Should you need to speak to a healthcare provider during this time, please call the Britt Medical Clinic â€“ 641843-5050 or if it is a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
Goodwill trailer GARNER - A Goodwill Industries collection trailer will be in Garner at the Billâ€™s Family Foods parking lot from March 14 through 21. Donations are to be placed inside the trailer. House wares, books, CDs and video tapes, collectibles, useable toys, small appliances, furniture, clothing, and shoes will be accepted for resale. Items should be in good condition. Items that will be accepted for recycling include: computers and accessories, metal, cardboard, paper, cell phones and accessories, ink cartridges, clothing/material (damaged), old or bad shoes, old purses, belts and hats. Donations will be processed and sold in your local Goodwill stores to support the programs and services for people with disabilities and disadvantaging conditions.
College Night at GHV GARNER - College night at Garner-Hayfield / Ventura is Wednesday, March 5. Educational costs, financial aid and scholarships, application procedures, placement after graduation, etc., will be available. Individuals needing additional information are encouraged to contact Angie Bierle, high school counselor at 923-2632.
Community Calendar Thursday, March 6 Lake Area Quilters Guild will meet at 7 p.m. in the Clear Lake City Hall Community Room. Clear Lake Senior Center dance begins at 1:30p.m. Friday, March 7 World Day of Prayer: Streams in the Desert program at 1:30 p.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Garner. Wesley First Responders Fish Fry from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Wesley Community Center. Monday, March 10 GH School Board - 2nd Monday of month. Tuesday, March 11 Corwith Council - 2nd Tuesday of month. Garner City Council meeting at 7 p.m. City Hall. (2nd & 4th Tuesday each month). The Commission of Veteran Affairs will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Hancock County Courthouse, Board of Supervisorâ€™s Room. Wednesday, March 12 Kanawha Council - 2nd Wednesday of month. Thursday, March 13 Friends of the Garner Library will be hosting Master Gardener Patricia Fencl at 7 p.m. 0DUFK
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Senator Charles Grassley spoke to employees at Stellar Industries in Garner, following a tour of the facility. Steve Schnieders, operations manager, is at right. (Leader photo) theyâ€™re in the House of Representa- or revise it,â€? he stated. â€œIâ€™m not go- Grassley said the question is who is tives. We have a Republican House ing to stand here and tell you our going to maintain oversight of data and thatâ€™s where most of the infor- health care system is 100 percent and information collected by the mation will come from. But it will okay and nothing needs to be done NSA.â€? be a long time getting there.â€? to it. But it needs to be done in an â€˘Farm Bill - â€œI worked for ten â€˘Health care: Grassley said the Af- incremental way, not with the mas- years to get a hard cap on what one fordable Health Care Act (â€œObama sive overhaul that happened.â€? farmer can get,â€? he said. Grassley Careâ€?) will stay as long as President â€˘NSA Surveillance: â€œWe cer- said more than 70 percent of the Obama is in office. tainly need more transparency and farm program payments go to 10 â€œWe need to repeal it, replace it, congressional oversight,â€? he said. percent of the wealthiest farmers.
Corwith-Wesley to pursue dissolution By Rebecca Peter CORWITH - The Corwith-Wesley School board has voted to pursue dissolution of the school district, effective beginning with the 2015-16 school year. Corwith-Wesley and the LuVerne school districts have been whole grade sharing partners since 1984-85. The two boards of education initially intended to pursue a whole grade sharing arrangement with Algona School District. The proposal included closing the building at Corwith and have CWL grades 7-12 attend school at Algona, while keeping a PreK-6 elementary open at LuVerne. A letter from the Corwith-Wesley Board of Education to school district
patrons said that Corwith-Wesley CSD appeared before the School Budget Review Committee (SBRC) this year and in 2013. â€œThe SBRC has made it very clear to the district that a better option than whole grade sharing exists, and that option is dissolution,â€? the letter reads. â€œThe SBRC has stated that CorwithWesley is not a viable district when it does not actually educate any students. Chapter 6 of the Code of Iowa fully explains this dissolution process; the entirety of Chapter 6 can be found at the Iowa Department of Education website. In essence, dissolution means the district will no longer exist, the district property will be portioned to contiguous districts, the debts and
Students in grades 7-12 at Corwith-Wesley and LuVerne currently attend classes at Corwith. (Leader photo by Emilie Jensen) assets of the district will be portioned out to contiguous districts.â€? A seven-member dissolution commission from the Corwith-Wesley
By Rebecca Peter A number of capital improvements projects are in the works for the City of Garner for the 2014-15 budget year. The public hearing for the proposed $5.5 million city budget will be held 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 11, in the council chambers. â€œThe City of Garnerâ€™s proposed FY15 budget projects $5,549,290 in income and $5,593,654 in expenses,â€? said Randy Lansing, city administrator. â€œThe $44,364 difference will be covered by reserve funds on hand.â€? The city property tax levy will stay the same at $13.23767 per $1,000 valuation. â€œThe cityâ€™s taxable value did increase 5.6 percent between FY14 and FY15 from $89,924,955 to $95,246,296, which will bring in about $40,000 more for the general fund over last year,â€? Lansing said. The increase is due to new construction and growth coming on to the tax rolls. â€œThe city is in good financial shape,â€? said Lansing. â€œIt was a fairly routine budget year. We have three projects n the works: the sludge lagoon storage project at the treatment plant; completion of the 2013 street and utility project; and storm sewer intake projects at various locations in the city.â€? Lansing said the proposed budget contains several projects: â€˘A $367,000 housing rehabilitation program to rehabilitate ten owneroccupied houses; â€˘$900,000 for half of a library remodeling/addition project. (The other $900,000 will be in FY16.) â€˘$475,784 for half of a $751,567 downtown revitalization project to renovate storefront facades. (The other half will be in FY16.), pending 6+2:7,0(6 0RQ6DWSP 6XQGD\VSP SP $GXOWV &KLOGUHQXQGHU
approval of an Iowa Economic Development Gant. â€˘$114,000 for a new dump truck. â€˘$47,000 to resurface tennis courts. â€˘$29,500 for improvements to
Reichardt Park. Budgeted Expenditures: Budgeted expenditures for FY201314 are as follows: â€˘Public Safety - 505,043. Public
The chart illustrates the percentage of expenditures for the various budget categories in the total general fund FY15 budget for the City of Garner. safety involves the budgets for the police, fire, ambulance, animal control, and other protective services. â€˘Public Works - 686,746. This category includes the budgets for roads, streetlights, garbage collection, street cleaning, and snow removal. The budget includes $114,000 for a new snowplow/dump truck. â€˘Health and Social Services $5,455. Health and social services includes the budget for mosquito control. â€˘Culture and Recreation - $665,698. The culture and recreation budget
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area includes the aquatic center, public library, community center, parks and city recreation programs, and rec center operation. Improvements for Reichardt Park and resurfacing the tennis court are included in this budget. â€˘Community and Economic Development - $833,433. This involves city beautification, planning and zoning, and economic development programs. The budget also includes $367,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to rehabilitate ten owner-occupied homes.
Grassleyâ€™s provision more clearly defined who are eligible for farm program payments. Three of the four Senate conferees were from Southern agricultural states. â€œAnd they didnâ€™t like my cap and took the whole thing out. So I voted against it out of protest that something was that shouldnâ€™t have been negotiable was negotiated away and it cost the taxpayers $387 million dollars by taking that out.â€? â€œBasically, whatâ€™s good about it is, it did away with â€˜red tapeâ€™,â€? he said. â€˘Federal debt ceiling: â€œI think we learned in October it doesnâ€™t do much good to shut down the government,â€? he said. The senator favors a constitutional amendment requiring a federal balanced budget. â€œWe donâ€™t have a taxpayer problem. We have a spending problem,â€? he said. â€˘EPA regulations: â€œThis president is committed to shut down coal,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s bad and not right, and it will affect us in rural Iowa. Eighty percent of the electricity generated by the RECs is by coal. Particularly in agriculture if you raise the cost of energy, itâ€™s going to be very costly for rural Americans.â€? Other topics were the Keystone pipeline, road tax, raising the minimum wage, and immigration.
Water woes wrought by winter weather By Emilie Jenson
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By Rebecca Peter GARNER - Congressional approval ratings, Benghazi, the Affordable Health Care Act, and the Farm Bill were among the topics covered during discussion between Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and employees at Stellar Industries in Garner, recently. Grassley is on his annual tour of all 99 Iowa counties. He was given a tour of Stellar Industries prior to meeting with employees for an informal question and answer session. He noted that a recent poll shows Congress has an 81 percent disapproval rating. â€œThey said thereâ€™s 13 percent approval of Congress,â€? Grassley said. â€œI wonder if itâ€™s even that high.â€? â€˘Benghazi attack: A question early in the session was about the September 2012 attack on an U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya that killed four including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and injured four Americans and seven Libyans. The question was asked, â€œWill we ever get to the bottom line of what really took place?â€? â€œI think it will be after this president leaves office, quite frankly,â€? Grassley said, â€œWeâ€™re going to be able get more information. We have two committees looking into it but
â€˘General Government - $238,420. The general government category includes the city administrator, mayor, city council, city clerk, and boards and commission expense, legal services, and municipal building operations. The city also budgeted $15,000 for golf course capital equipment expenditures. â€˘Debt Service - $476,193. Debt service includes the bonds for the aquatic center and the rec center. â€˘Capital projects - $1,308,099. Capital projects for FY15 include $900,000 for library renovation project, downtown revitalization (faĂ§ade improvements), $32,000 for the Garner Golf Course; and $65,000 for the on-going sidewalk improvement project. February 25 meeting In addition to setting the date for the city budget hearing, the Feb. 25 Garner City Council meeting also included the following: â€˘Reviewed the golf course insurance policy and statement of fund balances for the Garner Golf Course with Bill Paulus and Doug Cottington of the Garner Golf Course Foundation. â€˘Approved an application for a $10,000 grant for improvement for Reichardt Park. â€˘Amended the cityâ€™s personnel policy in regard to filling vacancies. The cityâ€™s policy is to fill vacancies at all levels of city employment with the most qualified individual for the position when a vacancy occurs. Appointment and promotion to position are based on qualifications of the applicant. Employees seeking promotion shall be expected to meet the minimum qualifications for the position they seek.
Several Britt residents have found themselves without water in recent weeks due to the bitterly cold conditions. Britt City Clerk Jeanie Purvis said the city is aware of as many as a dozen homes that have reported having frozen pipes, which have consequently left them without running water. â€œWe were aware of probably 10 to 12 homes without water last week,â€? said Purvis. Purvis said that number may have since changed as water is restored to the homes. â€œSome of them, I am sure have gotten water service back, she said. Purvis said some homeowners have contacted city officials to inquire about what can be done. â€œUnfortunately, those water lines are private lines into the homes and there is nothing the city can do,â€? she said. â€œItâ€™s not something we donâ€™t want to have happen in the community, but it is not something we can control.â€? Purvis said the city informed residents via newspaper, television and radio to leave a small stream of water flowing from sinks to prevent frozen lines. â€œWeâ€™ve done what we can do to keep people informed,â€? she said. â€œIt is good to keep your water running or dripping.â€? Purvis said the problem has not been unique to Britt this winter. â€œ It has been all over the North Iowa area this year,: she said. â€œMason City, Northwood, Buffalo Center, they have all had the same problem.â€? The frozen lines do not appear to be localized in one particular neighborhood, Purvis said. â€œThey have been all over town,â€? she said. â€œSo far they seem pretty isolated, but you donâ€™t know until you hear of the next case.â€? The city of Britt has been fortunate, having no broken water mains related to the weather this season. â€œThere was only one, and it was very early on,â€? said Purvis. â€œSo far everything has been good, but we know it is no fun to have to be without water.â€?
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The Leader â€˘ Wednesday, March 5, 2014
2014 West Hancock Middle School Science Fair results Leader expands editorial staff The West Hancock Middle School The Leader, the Kanawha Reporter and their parent company Mid-America Publishing are pleased to announce the addition of Emilie Jenson to their writing staff. Emilie joins the group as a regional editor in Hancock County. Her primary areas of responsibility will be in Kanawha, Britt and the western side of the county. â€œWeâ€™re thrilled that Emilie is returning to the Hancock County area,â€? said Ryan Harvey, publisher of The Leader. â€œWhile we were patient with our search, Iâ€™m very comfortable in our choice to serve our readers. Emilieâ€™s vast knowledge of journalism, along with her familiarity of the area, makes her the right choice to serve the area. I look forward to watching the newspaper prosper with Emilieâ€™s help. Sheâ€™ll only enhance the quality news coverage that current news editor Rebecca Peter already provides.â€? Peter will continue to work full-time out of our Garner office while focusing her efforts on the eastern portions of Hancock County. â€œSince the merger of the Corwith and Garner papers a few years ago, along with the acquisition of the Kanawha Reporter in 2012, our mission has been to become the go-to source for news, advertising, and commercial printing in the Hancock County area,â€? Harvey said. â€œEmilieâ€™s addition only reinforces this commitment to what we strive for each issue of each day. Weâ€™ve never lost sight of that goal and will continue to focus our efforts in providing a stronger newspaper as we move forward.â€? Emily began work this past week and has already gotten quickly up to speed.
Meet Emilie Jenson... Itâ€™s funny how things just fall into had some roots. place and work out in life. The demands of being a new That is something I have learned mom paired with the busy work in recent weeks as I prepared to of being at a daily paper were tellstart my new position with The ing me it was also time for a career Leader and Reporter. change. But I enjoy journalism and Both Britt and Kanawha, along did not want to change fields. I was with western Hancock County are browsing an online job site one familiar territory evening when I came for me. I have lived across a reporter job and worked in the at a weekly paper area before. It was in Clarion, another a life change that Mid-America pubbrought me here in lication, and was 2011. I was recently offered the position. engaged at the time, However, knowing and moved from it would leave us in Gowrie, my homeHumboldt, I turned town and my job in down the job, almost nearby Fort Dodge certain something to be closer to my fiwould come along Jenson ancĂŠe, an Algona nathat would bring us tive. A lot has happened since then. back to the Algona area. And someI returned to my job with the Fort thing did. A few weeks later, on Dodge Messenger in the spring the same website I saw the ad for of 2012 after a year with the Britt the position in Britt, made a few News Tribune and married my hus- contacts and things began to fall band, Scott in September that year. into place. We would finally get We relocated to Humboldt, a good to move back to where we really halfway point from both our fami- wanted to be. Even my husband lies and workplaces while my hus- was able to return full-time to Hyband continued to work at a new Vee in Algona, the job he worked job in Algona. before we moved to Humboldt. We It was yet another life change that now live just outside of Algona and brought me back. We welcomed look forward to raising our family our daughter, Hannah Josephine in the region for years to come. Jenson, to the world on Oct. 7, I look forward to getting reac2013, and from the day she was quainted with familiar faces and born we knew it was time to settle places in the coming weeks. If you down somewhere. Not knowing have news from school, commumuch about the community we nity, church or have any story ideas, were living in, we decided it was feel free to contact me at the Britt best to leave Humboldt and estab- office at 843-3241 or by e-mail at lish a home somewhere we already email@example.com.
science fair was held Thursday in the middle school gymnasium. A total of 54 exhibits were displayed in consumer, biological science, physical science and chemical/earth science. Awards were given for first, second and third place to seventh and eighth grade winners and overall category winners. The following studentsâ€™ exhibits placed. Seventh grade: Abby Melohn, third place, â€œStopping the Popping;â€? Jade Oberhelman and Kristian Hamma, second place, â€œAmosferica Precion;â€? Bennett Bruns, first place, â€œMetal or Wood.â€? Eighth grade: Third place, Chase Eisenman and MaCoy Yeakel, â€œNow You Seal It, Now You Donâ€™t;â€? Second place (tie), Steph Melohn â€œPopping To Perfectionâ€? and Sydney Zamago â€œGot Clean;â€? First place, Zack Clark, â€œGotta Filter That Water.â€? Consumer: Third place, Dalton Subject, â€œThe Bigger Battery Theory;â€? Second place, Sydney Hudspeth and Katlyn Ohrt, â€œKeep It Clean;â€? First place, Steph Melohn, â€œPopping to Perfection.â€? Biological: Third place, Brigid Smith, â€œCloth or Sponge;â€? Second place, Zack Clark, â€œGotta Filter That Water;â€? First place, Sydney Zamago, â€œGot Clean.â€? Physical: Third place: Gavin Becker, â€œCan You See The Light;â€? Second place: Ryann Hagen and Kelly Leerar, â€œNothinâ€™ But Net;â€? First place, Bennett Bruns, â€œMetal or Wood.â€?
Kanawha Christian School will be hosting an all school open house and Kindergarten Round Up on Thursday, March 13 from 4-6 p.m. All families interested in Christian education are encouraged to come see what KCS has to offer, including small class sizes, great teacher-to-student ratio, a wonderful family oriented atmo-
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Kindergarten-Prep/Kindergarten Roundup An informational meeting will be held March 13 at 6:30 p.m. for parents of Britt and Kanawha kindergartenprep and kindergarten children who are eligible for the 2014-2015 school year. To be eligible children must be 5 years old by September 15, 2014. Doors will open at 6 p.m. This meeting is designed for parents only. Parents are asked to bring a copy of the childâ€™s birth certificate and immunization records, if not already on file. Please bring your completed information sheets to the roundup meeting. If you have questions please call West Hancock Elementary at 843-3833.
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West Hancock Community School District Pre-School Roundup An informational meeting will be held March 11 at 6:30 p.m. for parents of Britt and Kanawha 3 and 4 year-old preschool children who are eligible for preschool. To be eligible children must be 3 or 4 years old by September 15, 2014. Doors will open at 6 p.m. This meeting is designed for parents only. Parents are asked to bring a copy of the childâ€™s birth certificate and immunization records, if not already on file. Please bring your completed information sheets the night of roundup. If you have questions please call West Hancock Elementary at 843-3833.
peted in at Districts to move all 15 individuals onto state. Those individuals include: Nathaniel Jackson (Radio), Cassi Jackson (Lit Program), Rachel Francis (Radio, Acting), Tre LeHoe (Improv, Prose), Nicole Burgardt (Storytelling), Paige Thompson (Poetry, After Din-
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West Hancock eighth-grader Cody Leerar arranges his display on his science project, â€œHow Greasy Are Your Potato Chipsâ€? during the West Hancock Middle School science fair Thursday evening. Using the scientific method, Leerar tested four types of chips and discovered that Baked Lays were the least greasy and Lays Kettle Cooked contained the most grease. (Leader photo by Emilie Jenson) Chemistry and Earth Science: Third Qualifiers for the state science fair leb Eckels and eighth graders Sydney place, Jade Oberhelman and Kris- April 3-4 at Hilton Coliseum on the Hudspeth, Katlyn Ohrt, Steph Melohn, tian Hamma, â€œAmosferica Precion;â€? Iowa State University campus in Ames Zack Clark, Brigid Smith, Sydney Second place, Abby Melohn, â€œStop- are seventh graders Dalton Subject, Zamago, Ryann Hagen, Kelly Leerar, ping The Popping;â€? First place, Chase Bryce Baker, Gabby Bell, Gavin Beck- Chase Eisenman, MaCoy Yeakel, and Eisenman and MaCoy Yeakel, â€œNow er, Abby Melohn, Bennett Bruns, Jade Dawson Goodrich. You Seal It, Now You Donâ€™t.â€? Oberhelman, Kristian Hamma and Ca-
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many people are not being screened according to national guidelines. Precancerous polyps and colorectal cancer donâ€™t always cause symptoms, especially at first. You could have polyps or colorectal cancer and not know it. That is why having a screening colonoscopy is so important. Symptoms for colorectal cancer may include: â€˘ Blood in or on the stool (bowel movement). â€˘ Stomach pain, aches, or cramps that do not go away. â€˘ Unexplained weight loss. These symptoms may be caused by something other than cancer. If youâ€™re having any of these symptoms, the only way to know what is causing them is to see your doctor. 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 641-8435150.
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Rayhons Welcomes Social Host Advocates
(DES MOINES) â€“ Rep. Henry Rayhons (R-Garner) welcomed members of the Garner Asset Project who were in the Capitol advocating for the state Social Host legislation. Pictured here is Sandy Rayhons (Garner), Courtney Field (Garner), Rep. Henry Rayhons (Garner), Ellie Meyers (Garner), Zac Schold (Garner), and Deb Quintes (Garner).
The Whole Darn Process This past week was â€œfunnel weekâ€?, when all bills that are to be considered on the House and Senate floors must pass out of their perspective committees. Those that do not make it out of committee fall by the wayside, maybe to be redrafted and reconsidered by the new General Assembly next year. Over the next few days, bills that have survived the first funnel will wait to be placed on the debate calendar. During debate, legislators will be looking to see what needs to be amended and what can pass without change. In the push to consider bills before the deadline, many are far from perfect. Often it is said that a bill is a â€œwork in progressâ€?, with the understanding that more work will be done as the process moves on. They will be perfected by amendments when they reach their House or Senate floor for initial debate. Not every bill that passed out of a committee gets debated on the floor. All bills go to the majority leader for consideration. Legislators and advocates will lobby the majority leader trying to move their bills forward for consideration. While no bill will come to the floor without the approval of the majority leader, amendments are another issue. Amendments can be submitted without prior approval, but they must specifically address the bill. Do I think this whole process up to
State Representative Henry Rayhons House District 8 firstname.lastname@example.org / (641)430-2863 now is acceptable? I do. Good bills on important issues will make it to the floor for discussion. Those that are not as vital will be sent back to committee, where they will wait for another session to be considered. It is separating the wheat from the chaff, and only those bills that have importance should be considered. This whole process illustrates just how difficult it is to pass a law, because once a bill moves out of one body, the other has to repeat the entire process. Ideas are easy, but to turn those ideas into successful legislation is difficult. The next deadline will be in less than three week--about eleven working days. Bills that want to continue their path to becoming law need to have passed the House or Senate, and be out of the other chamberâ€™s committee by Friday, March 14th. After that date, only the Appropriations and Ways and Means Committees will continue to meet regularly, as bills coming out of these committees are not subject to these deadlines. Through this process, we have al-
ready passed several bills out of the House including the Kathlynn Shepherd Bill, HF2235, which boosts penalties for kidnapping of children aged 15 and younger to up to 25 years and eliminates the possibility for early released under â€œearned timeâ€? laws for offenders who commit violent or sexual felonies against children 15 or younger. My Natural Resources Committee wrapped up our committee work the week of February 21. We had several small bills this year, but nothing earth shattering. Our main bill concerned the four-wheel, two and four seated recreational vehicles that has been in the works for some time. We also hosted several speakers who spoke on issues regarding Iowaâ€™s natural resources including an update from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. I continue to encourage you to contact me if you have any issues or concerns. Be sure to include your name and address with any communications to my office. henry.rayhons@legis. iowa.gov
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structure. 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 over-collection 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 dennis.guth@legis. iowa.gov
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 three-year-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 infra-
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QUESTION: I have a co-worker who was just diagnosed with Colon Cancer, what are the symptoms I should be looking for to know if I should get screened? ANSWER by: Harry Condoleon, DO, General Surgeon, performs outpatient surgical procedures for Hancock County Health System patients at Hancock County Memorial Hospital and Garner Medical Clinic. Among cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon or rectum) is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Every year, about 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and more than 50,000 people die from it. The risk of getting colorectal cancer increases with age. More than 90% of cases occur in people who are 50 years old or older. Colorectal cancer screening does saves lives, but unfortunately
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George Burns alive and in Concert Join Broadway and film actor Duffy Hudson as he takes you on a stroll along nostalgia lane. George Burns sings, dances and tells stories like only George Burns can. This 75 minute, oneman, musical, comedy performance of our beloved George Burns is sure to delight the entire family. This performance will be held Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m. It is free to the public and brought to the community of Britt by the Friends of the Britt Public Library. ,Q0HPRU\
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The One On One Mentoring Project sponsored 25 mentors and mentees for an afternoon of bowling, Sunday, Feb. 23. The Mentors and their mentees enjoyed two hours of entertainment of bowling, enjoying all the treats the mentors brought and having fun sharing good times at the Super Bowl in Forest City. The group thanks Super Bowl for their donation of shoes for this event, and the mentors for bringing goodies to the event for all to partake in. If you are interested in becoming a mentor contact Shirley Brown 923.2648 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Submitted photo)
The Ten Tenors to perform at NIACC The Ten Tenors will take the stage at the North Iowa Community Auditorium on the NIACC campus at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 16. The producers of The Ten Tenors have put together a special treat for Broadway fans for the 2013-2014 season. This will be a limited run opportunity to present a wonderful collection of Broadwayâ€™s greatest hits sung by 10 of Australiaâ€™s hottest tenors. Amidst incredible international success, this Australian troupe has become known as one of the hardest working touring acts, performing an average of 250 shows a year across seven continents. They have sold more than 3.5 million concert tickets, have four gold CDs and two platinum; two gold DVDs and one
Iowa Science Center to visit Lime Creek The Science Center of Iowa will present a special program at the Lime Creek Nature Center during Mason City spring break week. On Tuesday, March 11 from 1 â€“ 3 p.m. they will provide two demonstrational presentations for a variety of ages. Earth Plays Rough (grades 2nd through 8th) will be held at 1 p.m. Witness the drama of natural disasters in a crash course on the moving and shaking of our planet. Learn about severe weather from earthquakes to volcanoes.
Deer Antler Measuring There will be a free Deer Antler Measuring Workshop on Wednesday evening, March 26, from 7-9 p.m. at 1970 340th Street, Forest City, 1.5 miles east of the Bear Creek Golf Course, on the south side of the road. During the workshop attendees can get their deer antlers scored. Deer mounts, as well as shed antlers will be measured. Those who donâ€™t have antlers to be scored are still welcome to attend and observe the scoring process. For more information about the Deer Antler Measuring Workshop, people can contact the Winnebago County Conservation Board at 641-565-3390.
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Discovering Dinosaurs (preschoolers through 4th grade) will be held at 2 p.m. Put your knowledge to work as you identify different dinosaurs with a hands-on fossil find. This free program is sponsored by the River City Kiwanis. There is no charge but registration is required â€“ please call 423-5309 to register or for more information.
Rayhons announces election plans (GARNER) â€“ Rep. Henry Rayhons (RGarner) announced he will be seeking re-election to the Iowa House in district 8 which includes all of Hancock and Wright Counties and portions of Kossuth County. Rayhons is a retired farmer who was born and raised on the family farm in Garner. Prior to his service in the legislature, he served as the President of the Hancock County Farm Bureau and the Hancock County Soil and Water Commissioner. Henry is a member of the Lionâ€™s Club, Iowa Dairy Association, Farm Bureau, Iowa Beef Producers, Iowa Corn Growers Association, Iowa Soybean Association, and the Iowa Taxpayers Association. In the House, Rayhons is the Chairman of the Natural Resources committee. He also serves on the Local Government, Public Safety and Transportation Committees. â€œI look forward to continuing my work to protect farmers and rural Iowans from government burdens and increased taxes,â€? said Rayhons. â€œWe need a conservative voice in the state-
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Garner Public Library News Sweet Reads: The results are in and the adults have won by a landslide! Geranium Sale: the Friends of the Garner Library will be holding a Geranium and Bake Goods Sale on Saturday, May 3. All proceeds will go toward the purchase of new laptops for the library. It Starts With A Seed: Thursday, March 13 @ 7 p.m. the Friends of the Garner Library will be hosting Master Gardener Patricia Fencl. Come and learn how to start plantings now in preparation for spring. New Material - Fiction Andrews, V.C.; Roxyâ€™s Story - After sixteen years of trying to discipline Roxy, their father snapsâ€”and kicks her out of their Manhattan town house. A chance meeting with a stranger opens the door to a whole new life when he introduces her to the tantalizing world of high-class escorts, where Roxy will be taught how to walk, talk, and dress to seduce Banks, Maya; Rush - When Gabe Hamilton saw Mia Crestwell walk into the ballroom for his hotelâ€™s grand opening, he knew he was going to hell for what he had planned. After all, Mia is his best friendâ€™s little sister. Except sheâ€™s not so little anymore. Bowen, Rhys; Murphyâ€™s Law - Molly Murphy always knew sheâ€™d end up in trouble, just as her mother predicted. So, when she commits murder in selfdefense, she flees her cherished Ireland, and her identity, for the anonymous shores of America. Doyle, Roddy; The Guts - In the 1980s Jimmy Rabbitte formed the Commitments, a ragtag, blue-collar collective of Irish youths determined to bring the soul music stylings of James Brown and Percy Sledge to Dublin. Time proves a great equalizer for Jimmy as heâ€™s now approaching fifty with a loving wife, four kids, and a recent cancer diagnosis that leaves him feeling shattered and frightened. Robb, J.D.; Concealed in Death In a decrepit, long-empty New York building, Lieutenant Eve Dallasâ€™s husband begins the demolition process by swinging a sledgehammer into a wall. When the dust clears, there are two skeletons wrapped in plastic behind it. He summons his wife immediatelyâ€” and by the time sheâ€™s done with the crime scene, there are twelve murders to be solved. New Material - Non-Fiction Connelly, Joan Breton; The Parthenon Enigma - In this revolutionary book, Joan Breton Connelly challenges
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Mr Atha presented the INS Grant to members of the Corwith Prayer Shawl Team with matching funds from Comm1. The grant was presented on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at the Corwith Public Library. Front row l to r: Deanna Sloan, Katheryn Quebe, Wava Geary. Back row l to r: Randy Yeakel, Comm1 Kanawha, and Kent Atha, INS Des Moines.
Prayer Shawl Team receives grant The Corwith Prayer Shawl Team received a grant from INS with matching funds from Comm1 on Feb. 19 at the Corwith Public Library. Receiving grant money will help this organization continue their mission of helping men, women, and children during a health issue, loss of a family member, or other stressful
event. The funds from the grant will enable the group to purchase yarn, fleece for the lap robes, patterns, hooks, knitting needles, and other needed material and supplies. Members of the Corwith Prayer Shawl Team are: Cathy Lloyd, Deanna Sloan, Diane Nall, Deb Studer (Britt),
Dorothy Studer, Kathryn Quebe, Marcia Frey, Mariann Cram, Wava Geary, and Linda Lane (Renwick). The group meets each Monday afternoon at the Knit Shop in Corwith. The past year the team has given away 14 shawls, 30 lap robes, three baby blankets, and two taggies blankets.
World Day of Prayer will meet at St. John Lutheran Church on Friday, March 7 at 9 a.m. ** Ash Wednesday was observed at Corwith United Methodist Church for the Corwith Community on March 5, at 7 p.m. ** Lenten Services will be held at St. John Lutheran Church on Wednesdays during Lent beginning March 12 at 5:30 supper with the Worship Service starting at 6:30. All are welcome to attend. United Methodists will be assisting the Lutherans. ** Jonathon and Stefan Chambers went to Japan and returned home on Saturday, March 1. ** On Saturday, March 1, The Sons of Legion served a meal to the public at the Corwith Legion Hall for a free will offering. Results of a community club meeting held afterward with election of officers and setting dates for upcoming activities will be reported as soon as possible. ** The Corwith Fire Dept will be having a fish fry on Saturday, March 8 at the Legion Hall.
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** There will be an informational meeting concerning the Fire Station at the Corwith Community Center on March 10 at 7 p.m. ** The CWL Drama Production will be held at the Corwith High School on March 21 and March 22 at 7:30 p.m. There will also be a matinee on Thursday, March 20. ** The Corwith Community Club will be sponsoring a Chilli and Soup cook off contest on Saturday, March 22 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Corwith Community Center. Cash prizes will be awarded. Please contact Judy Nall @641-430-3099 or Ryan Wagner @515-341-2882 for details on the contest. They need your entries by March 10th. Admissions are $5 for adults and $1 for kids under 10. All proceeds will go to the local food banks, Corwith Fire Departments and Corwith Emergency Services. ** The Corwith Fire Dept. and the Royal Neighbors will be having a breakfast on Sunday, April 13 (Palm Sunday). Royal Neighbors will be using matching funds for the Fire Dept. ** The Corwith Public Library hosts a movie every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. It is open to the public and starts at 1:30 p.m. The Library is also doing
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CWL Science and History Fair There were many good projects, and students received many compliments about their work. It was an extremely close completion this year. Honorable Mention: Macy Grein, Kennedy Halsrud, Abby Yokimishyn, Halle Lawson, Aly Yokimishyn, Josh Hanselman, Payton Garman, Trent Heginger. 7th Science Fair: 1st Alexia Tebben,
2nd Chloe Carroll, 3rd Taylor Krieps 8th History Fair:1st Alex Fullerton, 2nd Abby Foth, 3rd Alexus Witham Overall Winners:1st Alexia Tebben, 2nd Alex Fullerton State Science Fair qualifiers were: Alexia Tebben, Chloe Carroll, Taylor Krieps, Macy Grein, Kennedy Halsrud, Halle Lawson, Abby Yokimishyn, Aly Yokimishyn.
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The Leader â€˘ Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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Prophecy of Scripture So I will always remind you of these things, even though you know them and are firmly established in the truth you now have. I think it is right to refresh your memory as long as I live in the tent of this body, because Baptist BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (GARBC) 480 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3110 Pastor Greg Baum Sunday, March 9 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Church 6 p.m. Sunday Evening Service Wednesday, March 12 6 p.m. Awana Clubs
I know that I will soon put it aside, as our Lord Jesus Christ has made clear to me. And I will make every effort to see that after my departure you will always be able to remember these things. For we did not follow cleverly devised stories when we told you about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in power, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. He
Church of Christ IMMANUEL REFORMED UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST North Fourth & Elder, Klemme Phone 587-2462 Pastor Donna Buckmann Sunday, March 9 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Coffee Fellowship *Dorcas 1st Wednesday each month. *Womenâ€™s Fellowship 2nd Wednesday. Evangelical Free
Catholic THE CATHOLIC PARISHES OF HANCOCK COUNTY ST. BONIFACE CATHOLIC CHURCH 660 Bush, Garner - Phone 923-2329 ST. WENCESLAUS CATHOLIC CHURCH Duncan ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH Britt Fr. Dennis W. Miller, Pastor Fr. Paul E. Lippstock, Sacramental Priest Thursday, March 6 8 a.m. Mass at Garner Friday, March 7 No Mass at Britt 5:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross, Garner Saturday, March 8 10 a.m. Holy Hour & Reconciliation at Garner 3:45 p.m. Reconciliation at Duncan 4:30 p.m. Mass at Duncan Sunday, March 9 7:15 a.m. Reconciliation at Britt 8 a.m. Mass at Britt 10 a.m. Mass at Garner Monday, March 10 8 a.m. Mass at Garner Tuesday, March 11 No Mass Wednesday, March 12 8 a.m. Mass at Duncan 5 p.m. Reconciliation at Britt 5:30 p.m. Mass at Britt ST. BENEDICT CATHOLIC CHURCH 2003 190th St., Algona, 50511 Phone 515-679-4279 Tuesdays & Thursdays 8 a.m. Mass Saturdays 6:30 p.m. Mass ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH 403 East St., S., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4279 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. Mass Saturdays 5 p.m. Mass Sundays 8:30 a.m. Mass
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EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 810 Second Ave SW, Britt, 50423 Pastor Stan Johnson Pastor Mark Stevens Phone 843-3861 Sundays 9 a.m. Services 10:15 a.m. Sunday School EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 502 Reed St., W., Wesley, 50483 Phone 515-679-4460 Jason Boomgarden, Pastor Sundays 9 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School 6 p.m. Evening Service (1st & 3rd Sunday) GARNER EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 580 Hwy 18 E., Garner, 50438 Phone 923-6092 www.garnerefree.org Haddon Anderson, Pastor Thursday, March 6 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study 6 p.m. Young Families Group Friday, March 7 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study Sunday, March 9 8 a.m. Worship Team Practice 8:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. WIRED (Jr High) 7 p.m. SOJOURN (High School) Monday, March 10 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study Tuesday, March 11 6:30 a.m. Prayer/Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Elder Meeting 7 p.m. Woman Bible Study Wednesday, March 12 6 a.m. Menâ€™s Outreach & Bible Study 4:30 p.m. Trustee Meeting 7 p.m. Teen Small Group Lutheran FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 1985 290th St., Miller, Garner, 50438 Handicap Accessible Phone 927-4413 Friday, March 7 World Day of Prayer 1:30 Prayer Service Sunday, March 9 8:25 Sunday School/Confirmation 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 Coffee Wednesday, March 12 5 p.m. Supper 6 p.m. Lenten Service FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 70 5th Ave, NW, Britt, 50423
received honor and glory from God the Father when the voice came to him from the Majestic Glory, saying, â€œThis is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.â€? We ourselves heard this voice that came from heaven when we were with him on the sacred mountain. We also have the prophetic message as something completely reliable, and you will do well to pay attenSundays
Phone 843-3172 Pastor Lee Nelson Sunday, March 9 7:30 a.m. Men In Mission 9 a.m. Sunday School/Confirmation 10 a.m. Contemporary Service Sunday School Sings Chili & Sweet Roll Lunch 7 p.m. AA Meeting Monday, March 10 9 am-3 pm Do-Day/Potluck Dinner Tuesday, March 11 12-1 Community Prayer Wednesday, March 12 5:45 p.m. Confirmation 6 p.m. Luther League 6:30 p.m. Praise Team 6:30 p.m. Lenten Supper 7:30 a.m. Midweek Lenten Service 8:15 p.m. Church Council Meeting
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9 a.m. Worship UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 214 Clinton St., Box 217, Corwith, 50430 The Rev. Beatrice Kinzler Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Food Pantry by Appt.
ST. JOHN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 2405 260th St., Garner Phone 829-4493 The Rev. Carl Hedberg Sunday, March 9 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH PO Box 212, 517 SE Elm St., Corwith, 50430 Barbara Chapman, Pastor Sundays 9:30 a.m. Worship ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) and Little Lambs Preschool 810 State Street, Garner Phone 923-2261 The Rev. Scott A. Kozisek 641-923-2261, Email: stpauloďŹƒceatmchsi.com OďŹƒce Hours: M-F 8 a.m.-noon & 1-4 p.m. Thursday, March 6 7 p.m. Trustees Saturday, March 8 7:30 p.m. Menâ€™s Ministry Sunday, March 9 Service may be heard at 12:30 p.m. on 107.3 KIOW-FM 9 a.m. Worship /Communion 10 a.m. Fellowship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School & HS 10:15 a.m. Know Your Bible 10:15 a.m. James & Other Stuff 3 â€“ 4:30 p.m. Jr High Youth Monday, March 10 6 p.m. LWML (R) Joint Meeting Day of Prayer Service Tuesday, March 11 8:30 a.m. Pastorâ€™s Conf. 9 a.m. Quilting 5:45 a.m. Preschool Board 6:30 p.m. Council Meeting Wednesday, March 12 5:15 p.m. CE Meal 5:45 p.m. CE Classes 5:45 p.m. Love Languages 6 p.m. Lenten Meal 6 p.m. Bell Choir 7 p.m. Lent II 7:40 p.m. Senior Choir
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 885 Maben, Garner Phone 923-2191 Pastor Paul Evans Thursday, March 6 7:30 am Menâ€™s Prayer Breakfast at Concord Care 9:30 am Bible Study at Prairie View 1:30 pm Bible Study with Pastor Paul at Prairie View 4-6 pm Godâ€™s Pantry 7:00 pm Disciple II Friday, March 7 1:30 pm World Day of Prayer at St. Boniface Church Sunday, March 9 8:45 am Cookie Club 9:00 am Sunday School 10:15 am Worship Celebration Hospitality & Fellowship following Worship 2:00 pm Mission Trip Meeting in Fellowship Hall 6:30 pm Disciple I Monday, March 10 9-11 am Godâ€™s Pantry 10:00 am Staff Meeting 1:00 pm Quilters Wednesday, March 12 1:00 pm Quilters 3:45 pm Confirmation 6:45 pm Choir Practice UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 201 Willow St., Goodell Phone 641-495-6102 Pastor Michael ShaďŹ€er Thursday, March 7 World Day of Prayer 1:30 p.m. UMW Streams in the Desert Sunday, March 9 Sunday School 11 a.m. Worship Service 5 p.m. Lenten Supper 6:30 p.m. Lenten Service at UCC Tuesday, March 11 1:30 p.m. Bible Study
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Klemme Phone 641-587-2540 Pastor Michael ShaďŹ€er Thursday, March 7 World Day of Prayer 1:30 p.m. UMW Streams in the Desert Sunday, March 9 9:30 a.m. Worship Service Sunday School 5 p.m. Lenten Supper 6:30 p.m. Lenten Service at UCC Monday, March 10 1:30 p.m. Bible Study Tuesday, March 11 7 p.m. Missions/Outreach Meeting Wednesday, March 12 4-5:30 p.m. Confirmation 7 p.m. Prayer Group Meeting
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 707 4th St. SW, Britt Phone 843-3523 The Rev. Robert Dodge
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 306 3rd St., LuVerne, 50560 Phone 515-882-3509 Sundays
tion to it, as to a light shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts. Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophetâ€™s own interpretation of things. For prophecy never had its origin in the human will, but prophets, though human, spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.
St. Boniface Catholic Church in Garner will host a World Day of Prayer event titled Streams in the Desert on Friday, March 7 at 1:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Refreshments will be provided following the service. The church is located at 660 Bush Ave. in Garner. 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School Wednesdays 7 a.m. Prayer Breakfast Non-denominational OPEN ARMS CHRISTIAN MINISTRY CHURCH Garner Ed. Center, 325 W. 8th Street Church OďŹƒce: 425 State Street, Garner Phone 641-425-4095 Email: oacmcatlive.com Pastor Keith Hood Thursday, March 6 7-9 p.m. Pastorâ€™s Office Hours Sunday, March 9 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Praise & Worship 11:30 a.m. Fellowship & Coffee 4 p.m. Worship Service at Concord Care Monday, March 10 Bible Study at Maxine Upmeyerâ€™s Tuesday, March 11 7-9 p.m. Pastorâ€™s Office Hours Wednesday, March 12 4-5 p.m. 1st Year Confirmation 5-6 p.m. 2nd Year Confirmation 6:30 â€“ 9 p.m. Monthly Pot-Luck Dinner 7:30 -8:30 p.m. Council Meeting Presbyterian UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 475 Maben Ave., Garner Phone 923-2274 Justin Asche, Pastor www.facebook.com/GarnerUPC Thursday, March 6 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office Friday, March 7 1:30 p.m. World Day of Prayer at St. Boniface Sunday, March 9 8:30 a.m. Adult Study 9:00 a.m. Youth Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Choir Practice 10:00 a.m. Worship/Communion 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Monday, March 10 7:00 p.m. Circle Tuesday, March 11 9:00 a.mâ€“5:00 p.m. Pastor Justin in Office Wednesday, March 12 Pastor Justin at Ackley
PEACE REFORMED CHURCH 3 mi. S. Hwy 69, Garner, 50438 Phone 923-3060 Pastor Harvey Opp www.peacereformedchurch.com Wednesday, March 5 Covenant East Classis Meetingâ€? - concludes at noon Sunday, March 9 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Wednesday, March 12 4 p.m. Catechism 7 p.m. Youth League 7 p.m. Womenâ€™s Bible Study ZION EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCH 760 W. 8th, Garner Phone 923-3152 Brian Lund, Pastor www.zionerchurch.com Thursday, March 6 1:30 p.m. Womenâ€™s Fellowship 5 p.m. Mission & Outreach Meeting Friday, March 7 1:30 p.m. World Day of Prayer Service at St. Boniface Church Sunday, March 9 8 a.m. Menâ€™s Breakfast 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship 5 p.m. Youth Committee 5-6:30 p.m. Zionâ€™s Fun Night at GH Elem. Gym Tuesday, March 11 9 a.m. Prayer Group 2 p.m. Concord Bingo Wednesday, March 12 2:30 p.m. 7/8 Confirmands 5:30 p.m. New Life Supper 6 p.m. New Life Kids Club 6 p.m. 9th Gr Confirmands 6:15 p.m. Sr. High/Adult Bible Study 7:25 p.m. Choir Practice *To have your church calendar published in The Leader please email Kelly. mapatqwestoffice.net, fax 923-2685, or bring a copy to the Garner office by noon on Friday. Schedules are printed one week in advance.
Reformed At the Crossroads Ministries BRITT CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 569 Main Ave. N, Britt, 50423 Phone 843-3308 Pastor Joel De Boer Sundays 10 a.m. Worship Service 11:15 a.m. Sunday School
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5HSRUWLQJIURPWKH+DQFRFN&RXQW\&RXUWKRXVH MAGISTRATE COURT No Driverâ€™s License: Kevin John Kraft, Kanawha, $335. No Insurance: Andrea Claire Lee, Belmond, $1,080; Brent J. Quigley, Klemme, $402.50. Speeding (16-20 over): Lindsay Ann Davis, Clear Lake, $242.25; Zachary Alan Colombo Seger, Mason City, $181. Speeding (11-15 over): Dustin Jeffery Fehr, Whittemore, $168. Speeding (6-10 over): Joshua James Penning, Algona, $141; Lori Ann Niichel, Joice, $141; Michael Stephen Schmid, Chanhassen, MN, $114. Speed: Larry Lynn Walker, Algona, $108. Failure to Maintain Control: Andrea Claire Lee, Belmond, $270; Anthony Duane Babcock, Wesley, $270. Stop Sign Violation: Darold Duane Dodd, Klemme, $195. Provide Tobacco To a Minor: Lora Jeanne Hunt, Britt, $195. Hunting Violation: John Jacob Anderson, Ventura, $4,195. DISTRICT COURT Edward Roy Schaff, 47, Forest City, pled guilty to â€œOperating While Intoxi-
cated - First Offense,â€? a serious misdemeanor stemming from a traffic stop by the Hancock County Sheriffâ€™s Office on July 27, 2013. Schaff was sentenced to serve four days in jail and pay $1,687.50, plus court costs and attorney fees. Tyrel James Finger, 33, Forest City, was convicted of â€œPossession With Intent To Deliver A Controlled Substance,â€? a class C felony stemming from an investigation by the Forest City Police Department with assistance from the Hancock County Sheriffâ€™s Office on April 25, 2013. Finger was sentenced to serve up to ten years in prison and pay $1,350, plus court costs and attorney fees. The prison sentence was suspended, and Finger will be on probation for three years to the Department of Correctional Services. Dusty William Jones, 22, Belmond, appeared for probation revocation proceedings on the underlying charge of â€œBurglary In The Third Degree,â€? a class D felony stemming from an investigation by the Hancock County Sheriffâ€™s Office on August 31, 2011. Jones was found in contempt of court and he was sentenced to serve ninety days in jail.
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Caleb Martin, 19, Klemme, pled guilty to â€œOperating Without Ownerâ€™s Consent,â€? an aggravated misdemeanor stemming from an incident investigated by the Hancock County Sheriffâ€™s Office on November 10, 2013. Martin was sentenced to serve ten days in jail and pay $843.75, plus court costs and attorney fees. Kenny Garcia-Valle, 21, Albert Lea, was convicted of â€œPossession Of A Controlled Substance (Marijuana),â€? a serious misdemeanor stemming from an investigation by the Forest City Police Department on November 5, 2013. Garcia-Valle was sentenced to serve two days in jail and pay $270, plus court costs and attorney fees. ARRAIGNMENTS The following persons were arraigned: Tyler James Dirksen, 23, Woden, three counts of â€œBurglary In The Third Degree,â€? a class D felony; Blake Russell Evans, 18, Britt, â€œPossession Of A Controlled Substance (Marijuana),â€? a serious misdemeanor; James Dean Finch, 23, Burt, â€œOperating While Intoxicated -- First Offense,â€? a serious misdemeanor; Jacklyn Joy Haverly, 47, Forest City, â€œPossession Of A Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine),â€? a serious misdemeanor; Blake Edward Hoover, 24, Klemme, â€œOperating While Intoxicated -- First Offense,â€? a serious misdemeanor; Steven Glenn Hugo, 53, Woden, â€œDomestic Abuse Assault,â€? an aggravated misdemeanor; Trevor Davis Kix Jackson,
21, Klemme, â€œPossession Of A Controlled Substance (Marijuana),â€? a serious misdemeanor; Joshua James Langfald, 36, Forest City, â€œDomestic Abuse Assault,â€? an serious misdemeanor; Caleb Martin, 19, Klemme, â€œOperating Without Ownerâ€™s Consent,â€? an aggravated misdemeanor; James Wayne Peterson, 65, Britt, â€œOperating While Intoxicated - First Offense,â€? a serious misdemeanor; Daniel Scott Sexton, 29, Ames, â€œDriving While Barred,â€? an aggravated misdemeanor; Brianna Dean Taft, 19, Garner, â€œDriving While Revoked,â€? a serious misdemeanor; Zachary Scott Vulich, 23, Crystal Lake, two counts of â€œSexual Abuse In The Third Degree,â€? a class C felony; Jacob Christian Wolf, 30, Britt, â€œPossession Of A Controlled Substance -- Second Offense (Marijuana),â€? a serious misdemeanor. SMALL CLAIMS Credit Acceptance Corp. vs. Misty Starbird, Kanawha, and Anthony L. Lindley, Garner. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $4,259.94 plus interest and costs. 2-20 H&R Accounts, Moline, Ill. vs. Johnny A. Mattis, Garner. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $2,685 plus interest and costs. 2-20 CIVIL CASES County Auditor, payee, Baylee Nichole Lindberg, Forest City, interested party vs. Skylar Douglas Vega, defendant. CSRU payments, withholding of income. 2-21
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The Leader â€˘ Wednesday, March 5, 2014
by Olivia Hackbarth
Being in college and making new memories and friends is what Caitlin Hanson is looking most forward to after high school. Caitlin Hanson, who was born on July 19, 1996, is the daughter of Jason and Patti Hanson; she has two younger brothers, Jace and Blaine. She has a number of pets including dogs Hank, Bandit, Selena and Sam and cats Chevy, Scooter and Jax. Her favorite childhood memory is going for rides in the semi with her grandpa. A fun fact about Caitlin is that her right eye crosses without her contacts or glasses on. Some of Caitlinâ€™s favorites include the television show One Tree Hill, the movie Fast Five, the book Two Kisses for Maddy, rooting for Iowa State, listening to country music and the color bright blue. She enjoys eating walking tacos, and her favorite ice cream flavor is cookies and cream. Her favorite celebrity crush is Luke Bryan, and going to his concert is her favorite high school memory. The number one thing on Caitlinâ€™s bucket list is to go to the Bahamas and
swim with dolphins. Her favorite quote is â€œSome of the best moments in life are the ones you canâ€™t tell anyone about.â€? If she could change anything about herself, it would be to be taller and have longer arms. Her biggest pet peeve is when peopleâ€™s jeans are not long enough and stop right at their ankles. Caitlinâ€™s favorite part about her senior year has been taking cadet teaching with Mrs. Greiman, and she will miss taking classes with Mrs. Greiman most about high school. Her advice to underclassmen is donâ€™t let bullying hold you back; it will make you stronger and a better person in the end. Caitlinâ€™s high school achievement that she is most proud of is that she is graduating. Caitlinâ€™s nervous habit is biting her lip and getting kind of shaky. The best advice she has been given this year is to not give up and go after her dream. She enjoys being outdoors, babysitting and taking pictures. She was involved in basketball, volleyball and dance during high school. Caitlin plans to attend Hawkeye Community College to become an occupational therapy assistant.
Garret Dean Foster by Mallory Johnson Green Bay Packers fan Garret Dean Foster loves this quote by their legendary coach, Vince Lombardi: â€œThe Green Bay Packers never lost a football game. They just ran out of time.â€? Garret was born on June 3, 1996, and his family includes his parents Brandee and Tony Henderson and siblings Zane and Mackenzie Henderson and Morgan Westendorf. Garret also has four pets: Furball, Speckles, Bear and Bugsy. Some of Garretâ€™s favorites include the music group Matchbox 20, the book The Lightning Thief, tacos, gorillas, the color turquoise, the movie Riddick, the television show Castle, GameStop, banana ice cream and the high school course CAD II. As a Packers fan, he loves to hate the Minnesota Vikings. Garretâ€™s celebrity crush is Angelina Jolie. A fun fact about Garret is that he can rap to music. Garretâ€™s hobbies include playing video games and watching movies. The number one thing on his
bucket list is to drive a 1964 GT 500, and if he could change one thing about himself, it would be his goofiness. Garretâ€™s role model is Eric Williams because he taught Garret about God. If Garret could walk in someone elseâ€™s shoes for a day, it would be his birth fatherâ€™s because he wonders what is going through his head. The celebrity Garret thinks he looks most like is Morgan Freeman. Garretâ€™s favorite childhood memory is his first birthday, and his favorite high school memory is playing soccer. Garretâ€™s favorite part of his senior year has been being with his friends, and what he will miss most about high school is his family and friends. In high school Garret has been involved in soccer and football. The achievement he is most proud of is the fact that he will be graduating high school. Garretâ€™s advice to underclassmen is â€œNever give up, achieve your goals and keep moving forward.â€? Garret looks forward to attending college after high school.
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by Meg Finley
How our school came together as a family in a tough time in response to the passing of two classmates this year is Haley Blakesleyâ€™s favorite high school memory. Haley was born on Feb. 5, 1996, and is the daughter of Dorothy and Gary Blakesley. Haleyâ€™s siblings are Asa Blakesley, Stan Blakesley, Nick Ulrich and Brooke and Brad Bakken. Haley also has two nieces, Bristelle and Tori. Haley has four dogs, Jax, Gracie, Mia and Ginges, and one cat, Angel. Haley enjoys watching Soul Surfer, Teen Mom 2 and Sing Off. Other of Haleyâ€™s favorites include Justin Bieber, Brantley Gilbert, the color purple, monkeys, the Iowa Hawkeyes, Coco Puffs, cookies and cream ice cream, the book A Child Called â€œItâ€? and shopping at State of Wear. Haleyâ€™s favorite quote is â€œSometimes you gotta fall before you fly.â€? A fun fact about Haley is that her mom and family lived in Japan. Haleyâ€™s favorite part of senior year has been being in the stands and cheering on the Cardinals, but she missed being a cheerleader. The number one thing on Haleyâ€™s bucket list is going to Hawaii and swimming with the dolphins. If Haley could change one thing
the varsity readers theater, varsity group improv and JV group improv groups. The readers theater featured Miranda Frederick, Sydney Ades, Mikah Millard, Shelby Schroeder, Tiara Van Gerpen, Rene Kadrlik, Michael Chizek, Katie Rasmuson, Samantha Luscombe, Miranda Jackson, Gracie Hulbert, Morgan Graham, Brett Formanek and Holden Oulman. They performed 99 Balloons, a powerful piece based on the real experiences of Matt and Ginny Mooney whose son Eliot was born with Trisomy 18. This group also received a I at state contest. The varsity group improv of Shelby
about herself, it would be her nose. Haleyâ€™s biggest pet peeve is when people donâ€™t take care of their teeth, and her nervous habit is biting her nails. Haley thinks that the celebrity that she most looks like is Carrie Underwood. If Haley could walk in someoneâ€™s shoes for a day, she would choose Natasha Molencampâ€™s. Haley says that Natasha is very strong and a great best friend. The best advice that Haley has been given this year is from her mom, who told Haley that she doesnâ€™t need a guy; college is coming up, and she will have fun and find the right guy down the road. Haleyâ€™s role model is her aunt Donna because of how strong and courageous she is. Haleyâ€™s favorite childhood memory is going to Branson, Missouri, to a cabin on Table Rock Lake every summer. All of her great friends and the hugs from Angelle Becker are what Haley will miss most about high school. Haley tells underclassmen to pay attention, have fun, but still try hard. While in high school, Haley participated in FCCLA and football cheerleading. After high school Haley is looking forward to making new friends while she attends NIACC for two years and then a four-year school to major in human services.
Sola Stephenson by Whitney Watson
Going to the Four Corners is the number one thing on Sola Stephensonâ€™s bucket list. Sola was born on Sept. 21, 1995, to Daniel and Michelle Stephenson. Sola has five siblings: Amanda, James, Sierra, David and Isaiah, and one dog named Peaches. Sola enjoys watching the TV show Nikita and the movie Quigley Down Under. Other favorites are the music group Newsboys, spaghetti, Gold Rush ice cream, the color purple, cheetahs, the high school course Old Testament and shopping at Finish Line. Her favorite quote is â€œThere is nothing worth living for unless it is worth dying forâ€? by Elisabeth Elliot. Solaâ€™s favorite childhood memory is going to the sand dunes in Colorado. These days, Solaâ€™s hobbies include hiking, camping and playing the piano. A
Large Group Speech Recap Speech students at Garner-Hayfield/ Ventura High School recently completed the large-group portion of speech season. Five groups competed at district large group contest at Forest City High School on Jan. 25, and three groups who received I ratings advanced to state contest held at Waterloo West High School on Feb. 8. Students received a rating of I, II, III or IV (I being the highest) from one judge at the district contest and from a panel of three judges at the state level. Judging criteria varied within the categories. Receiving Iâ€™s at district contest were
fun fact about Sola is she has been in 24 states. Her nervous habit is a restless leg. If Sola could change one thing about herself, she would want to be taller, and her biggest pet peeve is when people tell her about movies before she sees them. Solaâ€™s role model is Lolo Jones because when she was faced with trials, she didnâ€™t give up but tried harder and was never ashamed of her faith. During high school Sola has been involved in track, volleyball and basketball. â€œDonâ€™t compare yourself to the worst, compare yourself to the bestâ€? is the best advice Sola has been given this year, and it came from her mom. Sola looks forward to going to college after high school. After high school Sola plans to attend Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, to study law enforcement.
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Schroeder, Tiara Van Gerpen and Taylor Vossberg drew the situation â€œin a karaoke class for people who canâ€™t singâ€? at districts and earned a I. â€œAt an early morning fitness classâ€? was the groupâ€™s situation for state, where they also earned a I. The JV group improv that advanced to state featured Anna Williams and Carlie Knutson. The situation they drew at districts was â€œparanoid youâ€™re being followed.â€? They drew the situation â€œfilming a documentaryâ€? at state contest and earned a II rating. A third improv group of Sydney Childress, Rachel Weaver, Mallory John-
son, Alek Goll and Brett Formanek were unable to advance to state. The choral reading group of Sydney Ades, Miranda Frederick, Dane Neuberger, Mikah Millard, Sara Hoover, Samantha Luscombe, Gracie Hulbert, Katie Rasmuson, Mallory Johnson, Morgan Graham, Rachel Weaver, Alek Goll and Holden Oulman prepared Superville. It is about a city made of famous heroes and villains. They received a II at districts. Speech students are coached by Mrs. Kerry Neuberger and Mrs. Heather Baumgard.
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Going to Boys State at Camp Dodge has been Jeff Oâ€™Brienâ€™s favorite memory of his senior year. Jefferson Oâ€™Brien, the son of Jennifer and Mike Oâ€™Brien, was born on Jan. 14, 1996. Jeff has one brother, Patrick, and two dogs. Some of Jeffâ€™s favorites include the television show Lost, reading Fahrenheit 451, the Green Bay Packers, the Miami Heat, chocolate ice cream and the color blue. If Jeff
could change one thing about himself, he would want to be taller. Going to New Orleans his sophomore year for the band/vocal trip is his favorite high school memory, and his celebrity crush is Taylor Swift. Skydiving is at the top of his bucket list. While in high school, Jeff has been involved in cross country, basketball, jazz band, concert band, marching band and National Honor Society. Jeff plans to attend Iowa State University to major in aerospace engineering.
Mitch Lunning by Mikah Millard During his four years at GHV, Mitch Lunning has made quite a few memories. Whether it was P.E. with Mr. Burzacott, being a member of the legendary Cardinal Cage (especially his sophomore year) or just hanging out with his friends, Mitch has plenty to look back on after he graduates. Mitchell Lunning, son of Teri and Kenny Engstler and brother of Bryan and Nicole Lunning, was born on Nov. 27, 1995. While in high school, Mitch has participated in football, golf, baseball and chorus. He is most proud of getting second at conference golf his junior year. Some of Mitchâ€™s favorites include spaghetti, vanilla ice cream, NSYNC, Sports Illustrated and lions. Mitchâ€™s favorite show is Blue Mountain State, and his go-to movie is Stepbrothers. He loves to hate the Green Bay Packers. His favorite quote is â€œDonâ€™t take life
too seriously. Youâ€™ll never make it out alive.â€? You can find â€œhanging with Snoop Doggâ€? at the top of Mitchâ€™s bucket list, and at a close second is meeting Mila Kunis, his celebrity crush. Mitch thinks he looks most like David Beckham, and if he could walk in anyoneâ€™s shoes for one day, he would choose Seth Roganâ€™s because â€œhe has the life.â€? One of Mitchâ€™s biggest pet peeves is when people waste his time, and if Mitch could change one thing about himself, he would want to procrastinate less. Of everything in high school, Mitch will miss seeing his friends every day the most. After graduating, Mitch looks forward to meeting new people while he attends Hawkeye Community College in the fall. The best advice heâ€™s been given this year is to live your own life, not the life someone else wants you to live. Mitch advises underclassmen to have fun but not too much fun.
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A fun fact about Nolan Turner is that he has been called â€œobsessedâ€? with Captain America numerous times. Nolan Turner, the son of Wayne and Lesley Turner, was born Feb. 28, 1996. Nolan has a sister, Elizabeth, and a brother, Samuel, as well as a dog, Daisy. Nolanâ€™s role model is his dad because â€œheâ€™s strong, responsible and has a great sense of humor.â€? One of Nolanâ€™s favorite childhood memories is riding with his dad in a big Cat loader. Nolanâ€™s favorites include reading about Captain America, the television show Agents of Shield, the movie Captain America, the Steve Miller Band, pizza, blue, band, vanilla ice cream, monkeys and Finish Line. His celebrity crush is Scarlett Johansson. Nolanâ€™s favorite quote is â€œDo or do not. There is no tryâ€? by Yoda. His favorite sports team is the New England Patriots, and the team he loves to hate is the Iowa State Cyclones. The celebrity Nolan thinks he looks most like is Will Poulter. The number one thing on Nolanâ€™s
bucket list is to ride in a Blue Angels jet. His biggest pet peeve is when people chew with their mouths open, and his nervous habit is getting really quiet. Nolanâ€™s hobbies are listening to and playing music. If he could walk in someone elseâ€™s shoes for a day, Nolan would choose Tony Starkâ€™s because he would have an unlimited amount of money and iron suits. If he could change one thing about himself, Nolan would have an unbelievable vertical. During high school Nolan has been involved in baseball, wrestling, track, soccer, choir, band, jazz band, football and pep band. Nolanâ€™s favorite part about senior year has been jazz band. His favorite high school memory is going to State Jazz his junior year, which is also his proudest high school achievement. Nolan advises underclassmen to respect the upperclassmen and not to talk back. After graduation he plans on attending NCC for heavy equipment and operations. Having Mrs. Halsneâ€™s psychology class with Josh, Bri and Colton will be the thing Nolan will miss most about high school.
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Five West Hancock Eagles earned places among the North Iowa Conference All-Conference Teams for the 2013-2014 season. Connor Sonius was named to 1st Team All-Conference for the boysâ€™ basketball team, while fellow teammates, Trevor Nalan and Nate Paulus also earned conference recognition. Nalan with 2nd Team honors and Paulus Honorable Mention. For the girls, Maria Gonzalez was voted to 2nd Team by conference coaches and Cara Francis earned Honorable Mention. The boysâ€™ basketball team finished the season 13-9 overall and 7-7 in the NIC, while the girls finished 6-16 overall and 4-10 in conference play. Sonius, a sophomore, led the Eagles and the conference with 140 assists. He scored the second most points for West Hancock and ranked seventh in the NIC with 329 points. Sonius also finished third in the conference in steals with 52 and grabbed a total of 91 rebounds (15 offensive and 76 defensive). Nalan, a junior, led the Eagles at the boards with 191 rebounds (59 offensive/132 defensive) ranking him second in the NIC. Nalan scored the third
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most points for the Eagles with 290 and stole 35 times. Paulus, a sophomore, led West Hancock in scoring with 335 points, averaging 16 points per game and ranking him fifth overall in the NIC. He drained the second most three-point shots in the conference and led the Eagles with 63 on the season. Paulus also dished out 48 assists, stole 32 times and recorded 63 rebounds (20/43). Gonzalez, a sophomore, led the lady Eagles in scoring with 329 points, including 20 three-pointers and averag-
ing 15 points per game. She finished third in the NIC in total points scored. Gonzalez also earned a top five ranking in the conference with third in steals at 93. She went to the boards for a total of 91 rebounds (49/42). Francis ranked 9th in the conference in both blocks and rebounds with 17 and 136 respectively. The sophomore scored the third most points for the Eagles with 119, sinking 13 threes. She also handed out 18 assists and stole 27 times for West Hancock.
Five Eagles Earn NIC Honors The CWL girls 7th and 8th grade basketball players include front left to right Megan Krieps, Abby Foth, Sydney Thursten, Chantal Carroll. Middle: Coach Kira Carroll, Kennedy Halsrud, Aly Yokimishyn, Abby Yokimishyn, Halle Lawson, Manager Judy Kiefer. Back row: Macy Grein, Chloe Carroll, Alexia Tebben, Taylor Krieps. (Photo by Joella Leider)
A few of the danz kids thought it would be fun to pose after their performance with the CWL Danz Team during half time of the CWL vs North Union game on Feb. 4. (Photo by Joella Leider)
NIC and CBC Agree to Proceed with New Super Conference West Hancock wraps up wrestling season With a goal of creating long term Algona Garrigan, Eagle Grove, and conference options. This was imporpartnerships and stability, superintendents from the Corn Bowl Conference and North Iowa Conference met Tuesday morning to discuss the creation of a new super conference made up of 18 school districts from across the top of Iowa. The concept has been in discussion mode for a little over a year, but it took less than two hours for the superintendents of both conferences to reach consensus that a 2-division concept with some flexibility for scheduling was the go-ahead plan. Pending approval of the local school boards, the new super conference of 18 schools will take effect fall of the 20152016 school year. Although this new union may be referred to as an â€œathletic conferenceâ€?, it is the intent of the superintendents to create more opportunities for combined fine arts activities and student leadership events as well. Districts in the 2015-2016 merger include Algona Garrigan, Belmond-Klemme, 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. Changes are already in place to the 8-school NIC beginning fall of 2014 with the addition of three new partners
North Union. Riceville will no longer remain a member of the current 8-school Corn Bowl Conference, having submitted a request to opt out earlier this year. The athletic directors from each school are scheduled to attend a joint meeting on March 5 to review the 2-division concept, discuss important details, and begin the scheduling and contracting of games and events. The super conference concept will allow for some cross-over games within the 18 schools, and several â€˜inâ€™ or â€˜outâ€™ of
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tant to the athletic directors not only for scheduling, but for keeping relationships with schools played in the past. A list of ideas for a possible new name for the conference was generated at the meeting, but it was determined that students from each of the schools should be tapped for their suggestions as well. At some point in the future, a new name will be offered for approval by the 18 superintendents. The next step in the process is for the 18 local school boards to approve a resolution at their March meeting calling for the creation of the merger.
student body has won with 48 percent participation compared to 28 percent of the students in Garner-Hayfield/Ventura schools. No one loses as everyone participating is helping to make Hancock County a healthy county. Everyone in Hancock County is invited to celebrate the end of the 10 Week Challenge and participate in the 5K Run/1K Walk on April 12, 2014 in Britt. More details about the celebration event will be available soon. To learn more about the Hancock County Wellness Coalition and the activities supporting healthier communities, visit their Facebook page.
finished the season with a record .500 or higher. Both JJ Holland and Clayton Brown competed at 106 recording 6-6 and 14-12 records respectively. Jordan Weiland posted a 17-16 record at 160 for the Eagles. â€œOur guys need to use the off-season to increase both their strength and wrestling repertoire,â€? encouraged Sanger. â€œI am excited about what our guys will be able to do here in the near future. However, our guys need to understand the work that is required in the off-season to be able to attain their/our goals as
a team and individuals. Improvement does not just happen, it is a process achieved through hard work and dedication in the off-season.â€? In addition to the three wrestlers already mentioned, the following also put in a season full of hard work and improvement; Aaron Askren (113), Hunter Hiscocks (120), Nick Lemmon (126), Dakota Peterson (126), Mike Myers (132), Logan Brown (138), Sam Smith (145), Klayton Lamoreux (152), Brice Kudej (182), Uziel Romero (220), and Abe Guido (285).
BRITT - Hancock County Health Systemâ€™s Relay for Life Team is hosting a 9-Pin No Tap Bowling Tournament to raise money for Hancock County Relay for Life. The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, March 29 at the Sidetrack Lanes bowling alley in Britt. Registration is $60 for a four-person team with four shifts of bowling to select from - 12:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prizes will be given away at each shift, along with 50/50 drawings and colored head pin contests. Lots of opportunities to win prizes and have fun while raising money to â€œstrikeâ€? out cancer! For more information or to register a team, call Ron Bauer at 641-860-0711.
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The West Hancock Eagle wrestling team recently concluded their 2013/2014 season, a season that was jam packed with meets that exposed the young Eagle wrestlers to valuable experience. â€œWe have a young team that is working toward bigger and better things in the future,â€? said Coach Mark Sanger. â€œWe will have a solid nucleus coming back next year and will also add some solid wrestlers from the junior high program.â€? Three Eagle grapplers, all freshman,
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Supervisors approve county budget By Rebecca Peter GARNER - Hancock County supervisors approved $12.3 million county budget for fiscal year 2014-15 on Monday, March 3. The budget goes into effect July 1. The rural and urban tax levies for FY15 are basically the same as for the current fiscal year. The tax rates per $1,000 taxable valuation are $3.79598 for urban property and $6.9671 for rural property. The public hearing on the budget proceeded with little fanfare and no comment from the public. Sis Greiman, board chair, commended the department heads â€œfor doing an excellent job with the budget this year.â€? â€œThere are things we canâ€™t help,â€? she said. She cited the cost of â€œof doing businessâ€? including purchasing new computer software as well as increases in fuel, electricity and postage. Greiman said she and supervisors Jerry Tlach and Ted Hall were pleased with how the budget turned out in the end. Mondayâ€™s agenda also included approval of the countyâ€™s long-term plan to commit $107,000 from the General Basic Fund for the following projects: â€˘$12,000 over the 3-4 years to purchase a vehicle for the Emergency Management. â€˘$40,000 for aerial photography over the next 4-5 years. â€˘$40,000 for election machines over the next 2-3 years. â€˘$15,000 for tuck-pointing the courthouse over the next 4-5 years.
Road Use Tax resolution At the Feb. 24 meeting, supervisors supported a resolution from the Iowa State Association of County Supervisors calling for an increase in the State of Iowaâ€™s Road Use Tax Fund. The fuel tax has not been significantly increased since 1989 while maintenance and construction costs have more than doubled, according to the Association. The resolution calls for the following: An increase in the state fuel tax rates across the board by 10 cents over a period of no less than three years and resulting in an estimated $184 million to $230 million in additional annual revenue. Increase the fee for new registration from 5 to 6 percent, resulting in an estimated $50 million in additional revenue. Allocate the new funding to go to the TIME-21 Fund (up to a $225 million cap). Remaining new funding should be distributed consistent with the Road Use Tax Funding distribution formula. Hancock County Engineer Bill Waddingham said a significant portion of the local secondary road budget receives state Road Use Tax funding. Hancock County has $2.8 million in road use tax funds budgeted for secondary road construction projects for the current fiscal year. The county also has budgeted $763,286 in Farm-to-Market funds for various road projects for FY14. Farmto-Market funds also come from road use tax, but are administered by the Department of Transportation in Ames.a
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Alek Goll won 1st place out of more than 127 students livestock judging at the Minnesota Spring Barrow show. (Submitted photo)
Jake Pringnitz (left) was reserved Grand Champion pen of three market hogs and Grand Champion. The Garner FFA and Hancock County area had eight student showing and swine judging at the Spring Barrow Show. (Submitted photo)
Emerald Ash Borer: In Iowaâ€ŚNow what? MASON CITY - The emerald ash borer (EAB) is a small beetle that kills all species of ash trees, including green, white, black and blue. This federally regulated insect has been found in eight Iowa counties and has the potential to spread across the state. A public meeting directed toward homeowners and other concerned citizens will be held at 6:30-8 p.m. on March 25 at the Lime Creek Nature Center, 3501 Lime Creek Rd., Mason City, to provide information concerning the presence of emerald ash borer (EAB) in Iowa. â€œThis meeting is designed to provide helpful, usable information to prepare
for one of the most destructive insects to hit the urban forest in decades,â€? said Mark Shour, Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Entomologist. The meetings will be presented by a panel of Experts: Greg Heidebrink and Jason Walker, Iowa Department of Natural Resources District Foresters; Mike Kintner EAB Outreach and Regulatory Coordinator with Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship; Mark Shour Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Entomologist; Trivon Feeley, Iowa Department of Natural Resources Forest
Health Program Leader. They will share EAB and ash tree information to help you learn: How to identify EAB, How to identify an ash tree, Signs of EAB infestation, If the tree is safe, If a tree is a candidate for treatment, EAB treatment Options, How the spread of EAB is being restricted, Ash Tree replacement options. EAB has been found in Allamakee, Black Hawk, Bremer, Cedar, Des
DOT Plow Cams now online for all to see from the dash of the vehicles to visually show conditions drivers would experience on the roadway. Initially the camera images were only available to Iowa DOT employees. â€œDuring the initial phase of the project we found that having the images available helped our supervisors evaluate road conditions without having to drive every route
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Congratulations go out to a number of Ventura Elementary Art Students. Their work will be displayed at the Clear Lake Art Center during the month of March. The Art Center is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (17 South 4th Street in Clear Lake). The following Ventura Elementary students will have projects included in this yearâ€™s student art show; Makayla Linahon, Avery Moritz, Kody King, Chloe Hagenow, Parker Moritz, Ali Hess, Jada Meixell, Maddy Linahon, Austin Richardson, Owen Pueggel, Carly Joynt, Kinzie Patton, Jake Burress, Liz Richardson, Anthony Canchola, Madison Eischen, Morgan Ryerson, Colt Steenhard, Cade Steenhard, Abby Pannhoff, and Chase Moorehead. A reception for the students, their families, and friends was held at the art center on Saturday, March 1. (Submitted photo)
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The Orthel Jolly Workers recently donated to area food banks. Pictured are members of the Club presenting their donation check to Dean Stromer of the Garner Food Pantry and Bill Friedow of the Britt Food Bank. Orthel Jolly Worker Members are left to right Maddie Tusha, Grace Tusha, Bri Bier, Cassie Engstler, Nicole Lampe, Alyssa Tegtmeyer, Katey Tegtmeyer, Anna Chizek, and Amanda Chizek. (Submitted photo)
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The artwork of two Ventura Elementary students will be on display at MacNider Art Museum in celebration of Youth Art Month. Ben Larsonâ€™s Native American Indian portrait and Vanessa Olsonâ€™s Japanese fish print were chosen to be included in the Elementary Art Exhibition, Young at Art! The student exhibit will run from February 21 - April 26. A reception for exhibiting students, their family, and friends will be held Saturday, March 22 at 1 p.m. with a recognition ceremony beginning at 1:30. (Submitted photo)
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West Hancock weight room nearly complete By Emilie Jensen Students and athletes at West Hancock High School have a new and updated facility for working on their strength and conditioning. A new weight room has been under construction for several months in a space formerly occupied by family and consumer science classrooms, which has allowed for the addition of more equipment and more room for usage. The $35,000 project has been funded by donations from the Hancock County Foundation, the West Hancock Class of 2013 and alumni and community members, WHHS Principal Jeff Recker said. The new facility has given the weight room and those who use it a permanent home, Stacey Goepel, West Hancockâ€™s strength and conditioning coach said. â€œâ€™Before we were moving equipment around from season to season,â€? said Goepel. â€œIâ€™ve moved equipment back and forth between the old weight room and multipurpose room at least twice
U of Iowa deanâ€™s list Nissen receives IOWA CITY - Some 4,000 undergrad- degree from BVU uate students at the University of Iowa were named to the Deanâ€™s List for the 2013 fall semester. The list below includes students from your area: Krista Sweers of Garner, and Abigail Reding of Wesley. Undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the Tippie College of Business who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or higher on 12 semester hours or more of UI graded course work during a given semester or summer session and who have no semester hours of I (incomplete) or O (no grade reported) during the same semester are recognized by inclusion on the Deanâ€™s List for that semester.
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Hannah Hejlik does sit-ups during an after school workout session in the new weight room at West Hancock High School
Abe Guido lifts weights on one of the new benches in the newly renovated West Hancock High School weight room. Since the 1,700 square foot weight room was finished student participation in weight lifting has increased. (Leader photos by Emilie Jenson)
a year in the spring and again during wrestling season for 13 years.â€? â€œOur old weight room wasnâ€™t a permanent thing,â€? Recker said. â€œOur school really needed that.â€? The new room features several weightlifting stations and benches, new weight racks, and fitness equipment. The room has been in use since late fall, but improvements have continued to be made including a new mat floor. â€œWeâ€™ve been using it 100 percent,â€? said Goepel. â€œThe new mats went in over Christmas break and weâ€™ve made room for new equipment and removing older equipment as it comes in.â€? Goepel said the new room is nearly double the capacity of the old. â€œWe have about 1,700 square feet, that is nearly double what we had.â€? More room has also meant more participation, he said. â€œWe have been averaging quite a few kids,â€? said Goepel. â€œUsually about 30 to 40 kids, even 50 since we are between seasons. That is definitely up from the old room. We just couldnâ€™t accommodate that number of kids before.â€?
STORM LAKE - Misty Nissen, from Corwith, was named to the Deanâ€™s List for the fall semester at Buena Vista University. Students named to the Deanâ€™s List must have a minimum 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.
Centrum is looking for a Warehouse Delivery Assistant for the maintenance department. Candidate will assist with shipping and receiving, inventory, and eTuipment deliveries. 4ualiÂżed candidate will need to possess a valid driverâ€™s license, computer skills, general maintenance knowledge, and be a self-starter who can work with minimal supervision. Position physical requirements include being able to bend and lift and twist on different surfaces, including concrete and must have physical strength to move 5 gallon pails and lift up to 75 pounds. Previous warehouse/inventory or poultry production e[perience a plus. 7his is a fulltime hourly position with beneÂżts. Please apply at CENTRUM VALLEY FARMS CENTRAL AVE. EAST Â‡ CLAR,2N ,A Send resume to: ATTN +UMAN RES2URCES CENTRUM VALLEY FARMS 3.2. %2; Â‡ CLAR,2N ,A or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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FOREST CITY â€“ Waldorf College will be hosting their eighth annual food packaging event, 2-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 12 in the Waldorf College Atrium. The organization, formally known as Kids Against Hunger, is now titled Stop Hunger. Start Hope. Waldorf College has been raising money over the past year to purchase supplies to fill boxes. Students,
organizations, and local youth groups. Those interested in getting involved in the annual Stop Hunger. Start Hope. food packaging event should contact PĂ¸tt Van Auken at email@example.com or call (641) 251-4603 to reserve a packing time. The Immanuel Lutheran Church in Forest City, IA is also accepting monetary donations year round.
Dakotah Kellenberger, of LuVerne received his diploma in Welding from Iowa Lakes Community College for Fall 2013 semester.
along with members of the community, will spend their evening filling boxes with food to send to those in need. For every box of food packaged and donated, 216 children will be fed. â€œThis is such a big day on campus, one will feel left out if not involved,â€? Smith said. Typical community participants include senior citizen groups, church
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Waldorf College to host annual Stop Hunger event
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STORM LAKE - In December 2013, Jay Nissen, from Corwith, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science.
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Storm Chasers, a Lego League 4-H team consists of (left to right) Jenna Pringnitz, Ahren Sindt, Eric Williams-coach, Avery Williams-helper, Aden Williams, and Nolan Balk. Missing from picture are Eli Johnston and Kaydn Banse. (Submitted photo)
Storm Chasers Lego League competes at state Storm Chasers, a Junior FIRST LEGO League 4-H team from Garner, presented at the State JrFLL competition on Saturday, Jan. 18, at Iowa State University in Ames. They had to build a LEGO model using a simple machine and motors to show the before, during, and after of a natural disaster. The team chose a tsunami. They also had to
make a Show Me poster with the information they researched and tell about their team. Judges interviewed the team to ask about what they had done and learned. Storm Chasers received the â€œSimply Awesome Machine Awardâ€? for their efforts. Junior LEGO League is a part of the FIRST program that lets students,
March 26 deadline to file nomination papers for Primary
Michelle Eisenman, Hancock County Auditor, reminds that the filing period for candidates for county office for the June 3, 2014 Primary Election is March 3-26. Iowaâ€™s Primary Election is held for the members of political parties to nominate candidates for Novemberâ€™s 2014 General Election. There are two political parties in Iowa: Democratic and Republican. Voting will be in all 10 precincts of Hancock County. Local offices in Hancock County to be on the ballot this year are County Treasurer, County Attorney, County Recorder, and two seats on the Hancock County Board of Supervisors. Candidate filing period for the County Candidates is March 3 until March 26 at 5 p.m. at the county courthouse in Garner, in the office of Hancock County Auditor & Commissioner of Elections Michelle K. Eisenman. For more information as to the number of signatures and to obtain nomination papers, contact County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Michelle K. Eisenman at (641) 923-3163, office is located at the courthouse, 855 State Street, Garner or email hanaudme@ hancockcountyia.org. CW CSD from page 1 chair), Missy Krieps (secretary), Jodi Grein, Renee Burma, Pete Wilhite and Dan Hilbert. The Corwith-Wesley Board of Education hopes to have a recommendation from the Commission by May 1. The board hopes to have with a public vote on the proposed dissolution of the district in September of 2014. Potentially, dissolution of the district would not take place until the 2015-2016 school year. Superintendent Jon Hueser is putting together information concerning dissolution and whole grade sharing for Corwith-Wesley and LuVerne. A community meeting to explain the process will be announced at a later date. Hueser said, all sports at CWL will be shared with Algona starting in 2014-15. â€œIf we have enough students interested, we will still have speech, Danz and FFA (along with band, choir and drama),â€? he said. The LuVerne board intends to sign an agreement with Algona for whole grade sharing beginning with the 201516 school year, at their March meeting, according to Hueser. The current enrollment for the Corwith-Wesley District is 109 student. The enrollment for LuVerne is 76 students.
ages 6-9 years old, learn about a challenge, build a LEGO model with moving parts, create a poster, and speak to others about what they have learned. Storm Chasers JrFLL is sponsored by Hancock County Extension. If anyone is interested in learning more about JrFLL they can call 923-2856.
Beach party beats the winter blahs
Preschoolers at Little Lambs Preschool in Garner swapped snow boots, mittens, and coats for swimsuits and flip-flops last week. An indoor â€œbeach partyâ€? helped chase away the winter doldrums and provided a fun break to a l-o-n-g winter season, according to Maureen Kozisek, preschool director. Youngsters got to â€œlimbo,â€? dig in the sand, and play games. Ice cream sundaes topped off the session. The rest of us can take heartâ€Śspring is officially just 15 days away (March 20). LEADER photo by Rebecca Peter
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