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Vol. 43, No. 16 Ida Grove, Iowa

News GLIMPSE O-A/BC-IG prom theme Pg. 3

RV spring play this weekend Pg. 3

Scout for Food postponed Pg. 3

Prairie Pedlar hosting program Pg. 6

BC Women’s Club learns about clowns Pg. 7

Ida Grove Library programs scheduled Pg. 7

Falcon girls, boys track begins Pg. 8

BC-IG Elementary attendance awards Pg. 9

Community, Availa banks merger agreement Pg. 10

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OABCIG board okays budget The Odebolt Arthur Battle Creek Ida Grove School Board approved the iscal year 201819 budget and calendar April 9 following public hearings. The board also approved bids to replace the HVAC system at the high school. The budget calls for total revenues of $13,763,447. The beginning fund balance is $5,063,640 with $498,406 in transfers in for total resources of $19,325,493, which is down from total resources of $21,611,685 in the current iscal budget. Total expenditures and other uses for 2018-19 are $15,302,185, which compares to the current budget total of $16,548,045. The 2018-19 tax levy rates for O-A district patrons is $10.57 and $10.99 for BC-IG patrons, down from the current rates of $12.03 and $12.28, respectively. The calendar calls for classes starting Aug. 23 and ending May 23, 2019 (a total of 1,128.5 hours). Fifteen early outs are scheduled for professional development, winter break is Dec. 24-Jan. 1 and spring break is April 19-22. Snow days built into the calendar are April 22, May 24, 28, 29, 30 and 31. The board approved the $485,981 bid from Drees Plumbing and Heating in Carroll and awarded contracts

for the high school HVAC system replacement project. Approved were the base bid of $460,000 for prime construction and $25,981 for temperature controls. Superintendent Terry Kenealy noted a change order would be submitted deducting $12,000 for ductwork that was listed twice in the bid. A three-year agreement of service was approved with Timberline Billing Service LLC for iling for Medicaid funding. School nurse Tiffany Lindberg iles the forms and submits them to Timberline for review and submittal. Kenealy said, “As a combined district, we are projecting netting approximately $60,000 in Medicaid funding based on this year’s data.” The web-hosting contract with JMC Computer Services and OABCIG School District for iscal year 2018-19 was approved. Kenealy said, “After reviewing bids for health insurance plans for iscal year 2018-19 from three vendors, it is the administration’s recommendation to approve the following four options for employees offered by Mercer Trust: Copay 500 (employee deductible is $500), Copay 1250 (employee deductible is $1,250), Select 2000 and MV6350E (continued on page 2)

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Trombone section: The Battle Creek-Ida Grove Elementary fifth grade band presented a concert April 12 in the elementary gym, showcasing what they’ve learned in band the past year. Here, the trombone section plays a round during one of the songs. From left, trumpet player Sawyer Larsen, Skylee Rohlk, Matthew Todd, Anthony Santana and Jaiston Jung. Benjamin Mauritz directed the band.

Ida County supervisors approve road budget, bond maers Several secondary road matters were discussed by Ida County supervisors April 9. Regarding the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget, the secondary road department budget was approved to be iled with the Iowa Department of Transportation. The beginning fund balance is $1,764,000 for re-estimated FY 2017-18; total receipts are $6,175,751 and administration-engineering costs are $1,076,000. Expenses are expected to total $4,876,000, leaving a balance of $1,299,551. Secondary Road Engineer Jeff Williams explained the Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Urban Renewal Bond-funded projects are handled separately. “There have been some changes in the fed-

erally-funded projects. The state will handle it, because they have more staff plus that will cut down on the red-tape. It will be cheaper to manage projects. We will still have to do things like a report for endangered species,” said Williams. The supervisors took action on the loan agreement for the $9 million in general obligation county urban renewal bonds, providing for the levy of taxes and also adopted policies and prodedures regarding municipal securities disclosure. Bankers Trust Company of Des Moines was designated as the registrar and paying agent for the bonds. (continued on page 2)

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Galva-Holstein and SchallerCrestland School Boards established a dead week during July for student athletes during a joint meeting in Schaller April 9. Superintendent Jon Wiebers noted during the dead week school facilities will be closed and coaches are to have no contact at all with athletes. This includes no weight lifting, open gyms, camps, workouts or drills. Wiebers said the purpose of the dead week is to give student athletes a break and allow parents to plan vacations. It will also allow coaches time to spend with their families. In the future the school will use the dead week to reinish gym loors. The dead week this summer will be Sunday, July 22 through Saturday, July 28. The week following the dead week will allow coaches time to have camps before the start of volleyball and football practices begin. Wiebers said the only conlict that may occur is if the

Ridge View baseball team would qualify for the state baseball tournament. If that were to occur, the baseball players would be allowed to practice and participate in the state tournament. The boards agreed to establish the dead week period beginning this summer. The boards briely discussed if there is a need to have any more work sessions to discuss possible changes in the whole grade sharing agreement and what that would mean in terms of building utilization and costs. The boards have conducted several joint work sessions in recent weeks to discuss possibly moving the middle school to Schaller and including the ifth grade in the whole grade sharing agreement. The S-C board noted they would have to ind out what it will take to get the Schaller building upgraded, including getting the boiler in the building ixed permanently, before moving forward with a plan to move the middle school to Schaller.

The boards agreed additional work sessions might be needed. No additional work sessions have been scheduled. Prior to the joint meeting April 9, both boards held separate public hearings on their proposed budgets for the next iscal year. The budgets were approved as published by the respective boards. Galva-Holstein’s proposed budget has total revenues of $7,512,609, which is up from the reestimated current iscal year total of $7,399,325. The beginning fund balance is $3,476,748, which gives the district $10,989,357 in total resources, which is up from total resources of $10,641,675 listed in the current iscal budget. Total expenditures and other uses for 2018-19 are listed at $7,623,251, which compares to the current budget total of $7,164,927. The 2018-19 tax levy is $12.18 per $1,000 of assessed valuation, which is up from the current level of $12.01. (continued on page 2)

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(continued from front page) and authorize board secretary Kathy Leonard to proceed with the renewal process to meet the April 27 deadline. The premium costs from Mercer and ISEBA will be reduced approximately 1-5 percent to 2 percent due to some Affordable Care Act regulations. Keep in mind the rates shown are the full premium costs, the employees will pay 5 percent of the base plan ($1,250 deductible plan) premium, the district will pay 95 percent.” The board approved the Administrative Services

Agreement for 403b Plan Administration between the State of Iowa Department of Administrative Services and OABCIG School District and authorized board president Stephanie Konradi to sign it. Future meeting dates are as follows: Monday, April 16, 10:30 a.m. pre-bid award meeting at Odebolt; April 16 at 6:30 p.m. combined facility/board work session at Ida Grove; Monday, April 23, at 6:30 p.m. special O-A/OABCIG meeting to consider bids in Ida Grove and Monday, May 14, at 6:30 p.m. regular meetings at Odebolt.

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RV prom court: Ridge View High School’s junior-senior prom was held April 7. This year’s prom royalty court were, front queen Kaitlyn Currie and king Andrew Snyder. Back from left: Kyra Martin, Katie Brinkman, Macy Wunschel, Olivya Vondrak, Klint Blum, Kolton Blum, Trent Moeller and Michael Zobel. This year’s theme was “Winter Wonderland.”

more about — (continued from front page) In other business •G-H Elementary Principal Mike Richard said 37 students had signed up (as of April 9) for kindergarten roundup, which was slated for Thursday, April 12. He added there are 17 children signed up for preschool. •High School Principal Bret

. . . G-H, S-C boards Warnke informed the board that the Cube service that broadcasts the school board meetings has been sold. The April meeting is the last that will be available to viewers under the current system. It will be this fall before the new service is up and running. Until then Warnke is hopeful the meetings will be available via

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(continued from front page) Policies and procedures regarding municipal securities disclosure were approved. In other secondary road matters, Doug Dausel was hired for roadside mowing this summer at a 4 percent raise from last year, or $14.40 per hour. If duties with the turbine road projects come earlier than expected, another person may be named. Beneits Inc. representative Phil Waniorek of Decorah explained the county’s employee beneits package for health insurance. The supervisors awarded Beneits Inc. a oneyear contract to continue to provide the service. “You’re rate increase was 6 percent, which is below the national trend,” said Waniorek. “Your total claims that we handled last year were $21,123.” Quarterly reports were reeceived from the auditor, recorder, clerk of the court and sheriff’s ofice.

Weed Commissioner Joe Lageschulte discussed obtaining a bid for roadside tree spraying for Grant and Garield Townships. Tom German told the supervisors he will try to prevent and control the weed problem he had in 2017 in Battle Township. Also a discussion was held on a roadside vegetation management plan. Authorization was granted for chairman Rhett Leonard to sign the wellness program agreement between Iowa State Association of Counties and Ida County. Leonard was authorized to sign a records retention policy for electronic manure management plans stating electronic plans are available on the DNR website or printed copies are available upon request at the auditor’s ofice. Paper copies will still be iled and maintained in the auditor’s ofice. The Iowa DNR rules do not require cxounties to retain a copy of the manure management plan.

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the schools’ Facebook page. Warnke said with the new Cube system there is the possibility of broadcasting school sporting events, but there will be additional cost due to the type of cameras and other equipment that is required. He noted no decisions have been made relating to the sports broadcasts. In his report to the boards, Warnke also noted that the Ida County Canine Drug Unit did a routine search of the high school building and parking lots. One locker and one vehicle were searched, but no controlled substances were found. •Outside audits of both districts inancial operations were approved. Wiebers noted both districts had minor deiciencies in how inances are handled and the auditors accepted that the schools’ responses to the audits. •Shannon Tesch’s resignation as middle school boys’ basketball coach was accepted by the S-C board provided a suitable replacement could be found. •Melanie Pyle has accepted the Schaller Elementary secretary position at $12.35 per hour and single insurance. The S-C board approved hiring Pyle. •Wiebers reported an Iowa House of Representatives

subcommittee approved the extension of operational sharing funds (money districts receive for whole grade sharing), but as of April 9 neither the full House nor Senate had approved the funds as of April 9. S-C and G-H both receive around $140,000 a year in operational sharing funds. •Wiebers added he has been in contact with area legislators regarding proposed legislation that would require bond issues to be voted on in the November general election instead of separate special elections. Wiebers said it would not be beneicial to schools to lump bond issues into general elections. •Wiebers said if the districts have any more school days called off due to the weather, students will have to return to classes the day after Memorial Day. •The next regular joint meeting of the boards will be Monday, May 14 in Holstein.

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Prom royalty: Ridge View High School’s junior-senior prom was held April 7. This year’s prom royalty were queen Kaitlyn Currie and king Andrew Snyder. This year’s theme was “Winter Wonderland.”

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‘A Great Night at the Gatsby Mansion’ prom theme The Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek junior-senior prom is Saturday, April 21, at Skate Palace in Ida Grove. This year’s theme is “A Great Night at the Gatsby Mansion,” featuring 1920s art deco inspired decorations with geometric designs and repetition of elements. Repeating themes with black, silver and gold accents are highlighted on the tables, while columns and geometric backdrops are used throughout to accent the mood of the time and spotlight some life size features representing the jazz age. There is an open house from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at Skate Palace. The grand march is from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. (The public must park and enter from the north doors or east doors by the high school ofice). The reception with appetiz-

ers runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Skate Palace (all guests must be to the Skate Palace by 6:30 p.m.). The arrival reception will feature Shirley Temples with appetizers, including pizza rolls, bacon-wrapped smokies and pickle wraps. Pictures will be taken from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The meal, catered by Best of Barb’s, begins at 7 p.m. with Carraway (Caesar) salad with croutons. The main course features West Egg Windsor Chop, J. Baker Cheesy Potatoes, Green Light Beans and East Egg Dinner Roll. Dessert is mini Daisy Cheesecake with chocolate drizzle and strawberry garnish, prepared by the food cuisine class. The program follows dinner and includes a senior slide show. Prom servers are Sarah Petersen, Teah Tollufsen, Jordan Diimig, Abigail Bender, Ryder

Cranston, Taylor Sorensen, Kylee Weber, Krystal Bettin, Savannah Wych, Elijah Gebel, Macy Nicholson, Kaitlyn Riessen, Rylie Hedberg, Bailey Newman, Isaac Newquist and Autumn Schrieber. After the meal, the students will dance from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., with music provided by Jam’n Audio Service. After Prom will be held at the high school gym, with checkin time at the high school at midnight. A comedian/hypnotist will entertain the kids around 3:30 a.m. Kids will be dismissed around 5 a.m. Activities include mechanical bull, archery attack and bonker balls. There will also be games, such as Family Feud, Cash Cube, an obstacle course and video games. Multiple prizes donated by area businesses will be distributed to prom attendees.

O-A/BC-IG boards approve project bids The O-A and BC-IG School Boards approved bids for a ire alarm system and an HVAC project April 9 during their joint meeting in Ida Grove. O-A approved a $68,225 bid from Feld Security to replace the ire alarm system at the middle school in Odebolt. BC-IG approved the bid from Drees Plumbing and Heating in Carroll to replace the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at the high school building in Ida Grove for $460,000 (prime construction) and $25,981 for base bid two (temperature controls) for total cost of $485,981. Superintendent Terry Kenealy reported the bids were 21 percent higher than the engineer’s estimate, which could be attributed to it being a small project, that only two general contractors submitted bids and the timing of the project. He reported the engineer found the ductwork was bid twice in the bid from Drees. Once approved, Drees will come back with a change order deducting $12,000 from the original bid. CW Suter and Son of Sioux City submitted

a prime construction bid of $467,000. Other temperature control bids were from Interstate Mechanical Corporation of Sioux City ($27,295) and Star Controls of Sioux City ($30,272). Both boards approved their district’s iscal year 2016-17 audits. O-A approved the resignations of bus driver Dick Bloyer and high school counselor Megan Dooley, at the end of the current school year. Board president Brad Lundell publicly thanked them for their years of service to the district. The following 2017-18 contracts were approved: Patricia Winterrowd—middle school girls’ head track coach (BC-IG), LaVon Houk— kitchen (O-A), Cindy Wilcke—head softball coach (BC-IG) and Chancey Wilcke—assistant softball coach (BC-IG). The BC-IG board approved an out-of-state trip for fourth graders to go to the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Neb., April 19 and the list of graduating seniors pending the successful completion of graduation requirements. The next regular meeting is May 14 at 6:30 in the O-A elementary media center.

Galva okays $500 to promote town The Galva City Council discussed wastewater plant upgrade during its meeting April 7. The council talked about the location for the new wastewater plant. Tom Grafft of I & S Group updated the council on the wastewater plant upgrade and noted the city would need to stay away from any flood plains. Rita Frahm was present to give information on an Ida County Housing Needs Analysis prepared by Viewpoint Consulting Group, Inc. She also gave updates on Ida County

Economic Development and Western Iowa Advantage (WIA). Following discussion, the council approved giving $500 to Western Iowa Advantage to promote Galva. Following discussion, the council approved allowing Sizzlin’ J and B & C Melody’s Inn to close Main Street following a car show for a street dance. Ida County Sheriff Wade Harriman talked about the recent happenings in the county. Mike Anson’s building permit application for an

accessory building and deck was approved. Ken Langle’s building permit application for a fence was tabled until more information is obtained. The council decided to remove the water service line at 208 Monona St. so the property owner can install a driveway. In other business, the council discussed paving, service lines and marking property lines for Phase III of South View, Little League, trees on Main Street hanging lower than 15-feet and junk vehicles.

Conservaon board juggles several items The Ida County Conservation Board reviewed a number of items at its meeting Thursday, April 5. Naturalist Danielle Bennett updated the board on environmental education programs. The bird-banding program on March 9 was well attended. The naturalist added six canoes from the boy scouts were delivered and paddles and life jackets have been purchased. The canoe trailer will be repaired, including a new wooden storage box to hold the life jackets. Bennett will attend a canoe training where she will become a certified instructor by the Iowa DNR. Bennett updated the board on her recent IAN conference. Parks Director Paige Alesch and Bennett recently submitted an Iowa Ornithologists Union grant to obtain binoculars and a spotting scope to use for programming. There will be an Earth Day event held on April 22 at Moorehead Park. Participants will help plant trees north of the playground.

Xstream Air submitted a new proposal for the installation of Internet at Crawford Creek Recreation Area. The board decided to make no decision at this time and table the matter for six months. Alesch presented the board with bids to purchase a tree shear attachment for the tractor. The board briefly discussed different attachments and options. Alesch will look at more companies and email the information to the board. Replacing the dividers between the parking lot and playground was discussed. Alesch informed the board that the board can purchase 6x8 inch square posts that are six feet long for $35 each. The cost to replace all 50 will be approximately $1,700. Alesch will facilitate the purchase of the dividers. Alesch gave the board an update on the park roads and gravel hauling. In new business, Alesch informed the board that there will be a master gardener updating the plantings around the entrance sign at Crawford Creek Recreation

Area. Alesch will work with the gardener to complete the project. Invenergy is seeking the board’s input on phase two of the wind turbine project. Board member Gary Brummer made a motion to advise Invenergy to keep towers at least two miles from any Ida County Conservation park. The motion was approved. The next meeting will be on Thursday, May 3 at 7 p.m. at the Conservation Center in Moorehead Park. The board’s monthly meetings have been changed to the first Thursday of each month.

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An individual will be present drawing caricatures of students. A variety of food and drinks will be available throughout the event. Prom sponsors are Kate Beyke and Donna Rasmussen.

Galva, Holstein host community garage sales Galva and Holstein are teaming up to host community wide garage sales on the same weekend this year to attract more shoppers. The garage sale dates are Friday, May 4, and Saturday, May 5. Registration forms and $14 prepayments payable to the Holstein Advance must be returned to Anne Johnson at Sole 2 Soul in Galva or Amy Forbes at the Ida County Courier in Ida Grove by April 20 to be included in oficial printed advertising the last week of April. If you want to host a garage sale, contact Johnson at 712282-4426 or Forbes at 712364-3131 soon. Residents of both communities are encouraged to clean out attics, basements, closets, garages and sheds to get ready for summer. Location maps and individual sale descriptions will be available a couple days in advance. The public is invited to travel to both towns to shop for bargains.

IG Heritage Days planning connues The Ida Grove Heritage Days Committee met March 26 to continue planning for this year’s event June 28-30. Justice Bruce Snell Jr. has been selected as the parade’s grand marshal. Plans are being made to have four inlatables set up on Friday and Saturday. Kidzone will be doing the duck race. King Theatre is planning on an open house. The Heritage Days’ Committee will have a rafle for $500 in Chamber Bucks and a 50/50 rafle with proceeds going to defray Heritage Day expenses. Other activities include a car show, cribbage tournament, horseshoes, beanbag toss, Girl Scouts’ Color Run, Little Miss and Mr. Heritage Days and cutest baby contests. The committee is also looking at having an ecumenical church service in the city park on Sunday. The Ida Grove Ambulance Service will sponsor an omelet brunch on Sunday at the community hall. To volunteer to help with Heritage Days, contact Ron or Zanet Thies at 712-364-9693. The committee met again April 16.

Scout for Food The Scout for Food was postponed to April 21. Scouts will be around Ida Grove this Saturday to pick up canned food donations. If anyone wishes to donate canned food and wants a pick up, contact Stacy at 712-797-0118.

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RV play: Ridge View drama students will present their spring play this weekend, April 20-21 at the Rosemary Clausen Center for Performing Arts in Holstein. Rehearsing for the performance are, front from left, Kyra Martin as Anytime/Christine and Jill Galvin as Elizabeth. Back row: Jack Henderson as Montgomery and Cameron Steffen as the chief of police.

RV to present ‘Whodunit… and to Whom’ this weekend Looking for the “Whodunit” to end all “Whodunits?” Then look no further. The Ridge View drama department’s presentation of the play “Whodunit……..And to Whom?” is Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21, at 7 p.m. for both performances. This play within a play will be sure to provide an evening of enjoyment. If you’re a carpet salesman, a paint salesman, a writer, a criminal mastermind or even if you aren’t; it will be a show that you will forget. This spoof of the classic “gumshoe story” has more twists than a loop of licorice. Henpecked paint salesman Harold Finnegan is trying to pound out his umpteenth thirdrate detective story on his typewriter. As he writes, the audience sees the actions played out by actors on stage. And as he corrects his writing, the actors are forced to revise their actions. Finnegan’s story introduces the

audience to the Russian painter nicknamed Anytime, and hero, Detective Grip. As the Russian spins her tale, she faints and when the “pizza guy” shows up, he believes that Grip has killed her, though he does pause long enough to accept a generous tip. From there, the tale really goes wild — from policeman wielding rubberbands (Finnegan doesn’t like violence in his plays) to Sheila Crylinski (a villain modeled after Finnegan’s arch-enemy at work) to Grip’s vengeful daughter, the electronic genius Bitsy. Strange characters keep cropping up...characters with the power to stop the play and freeze the other characters. Who really is writing this play anyway? Is it Finnegan? Or has he lost control of his own thoughts? And who are Elizabeth and Montgomery, who seem to have devilish plans for writing Finnegan himself out of the script?

Battle Creek council handles light agenda The Battle Creek City Council handled a light agenda April 10. Tim Burrow presented the inancials for March and reported the ambulance has two new members. Lynne Bjorholm inquired and was given permission to close Maple Street along Annie Laurie Park’s north side from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. on June 9. Several complaints have been received regarding nuisances

throughout town. The clerk was directed to send out several letters. Everyone is encouraged to clean up their properties and remove junk vehicles. Craig Young reported that chopper pumps have been installed at the lift station. He has and will be blading alleys and illing potholes. Sparky’s cigarette and liquor licenses were approved. The liquor license for Fred’s Place’s was approved.

Spirit of Extension Community Service Project ISU Extension and Outreach Week April 16-21, 2018 Ida County Extension and Outreach will be devoting this week to serve as a collection site for The Community Basket of Ida County. The Community Basket is an organization dedicated to helping those in need by acquiring and distributing food and self-care items. Items can be brought to the Extension Office in Ida Grove (209 1/2 Moorehead Avenue) during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm) or from 8-10am on Saturday, April 21. Everyone who stops in with a donation can register for door prizes, and grab treats and goodies! Items needed: x Non-Perishable Food Items

Book Signing Sat., April 28, 2018 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Ida Grove Public Library (Cookies and coffee will be served) Author Kim Claussen, of Ida Grove, will be signing copies of her second book “Becoming Me”. Books will be available for purchase ($16.05 - including tax)

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Wert’s brickyard: Wert’s brickyard employed nine men in the 1890s at the east end of Ida Grove and had a production capacity of 80,000 bricks per day. Nearly all the store foundations constructed between 1887 and 1945 were said to have been made of Wert bricks.

Out of the Past Forty years ago Three old business fronts on the corner of Second and Main Street in Ida Grove started coming down to make room for a new commercial building. The old buildings used to house Pete’s Grocery Store and the Ida Grove Bakery, but have been vacant for several years. This corner, along with the old Noble Lumber Yard property, should be cleaned up in time for Ida Grove’s centennial in June. King and queen inalists have been named for the Ida Grove centennial celebration. King candidates are George Hoffman Sr., Reuben Johnson, Earl Stryker, Bill Suiter and Vierl McClow. Queen inalists are Clara Beckman, Anna Lantz, Catherine Harto, Margaret Ford and Anna Johnson. The Battle Creek School District has illed three teachings position for the 1978-79 school year. Byron Hartwig of Dunlap will teach industrial arts, replacing Gary Nystrom; Jim Klein of Remsen will replace Jim Miller as physical education instructor, and Wayne Maass of Humboldt replaces John Frederick as middle school science and high school biology teacher. In addition, current staff member Steve Brown will move up to head girls’ basketball coach. Brown has been the assistant coach. Don Rice, a sophomore at Holstein High School, is one of the best drivers in Iowa and, in a couple of weeks, he’ll try to become one of the best in the nation. Rice earned the best driver distinction Saturday when he won the state driver’s excellence competition in Waterloo. Rice placed irst in the driver’s excellence program, which is composed of a written test, an obstacle course and

emergency situations. The national competition will be held in Nashville, Tenn. Thirty years ago Ida County will have races for Ida County Sheriff and for District I and District II supervisors’ openings this fall. Filling papers for sheriff are Don Bremer of Battle Creek, Kevin Frank of Arthur and Larry Brosamle of Holstein. Filing for the District I seat are Cliff Friedrichsen and Arnold Else Jr. Filing for the District II position are Floyd Greenwald, Dawn Petersen, Thomas Phillips Sr., Gerald Huss, Arlynn Schug, LeRoy Graham and Keith Oberreuter. The Ida Grove School Board received resignations from Superintendent Kent Schwiesow and long time music teachers Dave and Elaine Neeley and John Withhart Tuesday. Schwiesow has accepted a position at Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn. Dave Neeley has accepted a position with the Creston district while Withhart said he is going to pursue “other avenues.” The Ida Grove swimming pool committee selected an engineer and design alternates for pool improvements Thursday. The Ida Grove City Council approved the recommendations Monday. The goal is to renovate the current pool, enlarge the baby pool and add more sun deck area. Twenty years ago Law enforcement oficials continued their investigation into the disappearance of Ida Grove resident Connie Ruddy with two searches. The searches included a drive Sunday at gravel pits at Eden Prairie Restoration Area east of Schaller and a ground search at a farm near Battle Creek on Monday. Janette Bohlke and Leone

Godbersen were recognized for their contributions to the Ida Grove Public Library open house Sunday. The open house commemorated the 20th anniversary of the current library building dedication. Bohlke was recognized as an active volunteer and member of the Friends of the Library. Godbersen was recognized for the generous inancial support of the library through the Harold and Leone Godbersen Family Foundation. A recent report on county population estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau shows Ida County’s population has dropped an estimated 430 people or 5.1 percent from 1990 to 1997, placing it sixth among Iowa counties losing the most residents. Ida County’s population estimate in 1997 was 7,935. The 1990 census listed the county’s population at 8,365. Ten years ago The Ida Grove City Council pledged $100,000 over the next three years to proposed changes at the Ida Grove swimming pool. The slide committee has chosen a combination water slide and double tubes for the northwest corner of the pool and a small frog slide for the baby pool. The pool committee is hoping to break ground on the improvements at the end of the 2009 pool season. The Galva City Council approved selling lots in South View Addition for $1 each in Phase I or II through Dec. 31, 2008. A house must be built on the lot within one year of purchasing the lot. Odebolt Mayor Ron Rex met with a location manager for the movie “Peacock,” which will be shot in Iowa this spring. Filming in and around Odebolt will be held May 6-9.

by Chelsea Gross Recreation director Summer rec forms are due. You may download them off our website as well as pick them up at the rec center. Our golf and hunting simulator is available for use. We ask that you be 16 to use it. Anybody under 16 must be accompanied by a parent. There is a rental fee. All itness classes are offered with a paid membership. Pilates are held on Mondays at 8 a.m. Tabitha Bockelman is the instructor. Step aerobics are held on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. Bockelman is the instructor. Water aerobics are held on Thursdays at 8:45 a.m.

125 South Main St., Galva 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily 712-282-4426 www.Sole2SoulGalva.com Chair yoga: NETA certiied trainer Donna Mogensen Lee started a six-week chair yoga class April 12. The classes are held on Thursdays at 9 a.m. All ages, genders and itness levels are welcome. Learn how to crochet: Melissa Ausborn will give a program on crocheting at The Meeting Place in Galva on Saturday, April 21 at 9 a.m. Prairie Pedlar spring program: Jane Hogue, owner of Prairie Pedlar in Odebolt, will present “Entertaining in the Garden” at

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The Meeting Place in Galva on Thursday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. During the one-hour program, Hogue will demonstrate simple and creative ways to entertain in the garden this summer. Register by April 20 to 282-4426. There is a fee. Galva city-wide garage sales: Galva is teaming up with Holstein to host city-wide garage sales the same weekend this year on May 4 and 5. If you would like to participate, contact Amy Forbes at the Ida County Courier at 364-3131 or Anne Johnson in Galva at 282-4426 by April 25 for advertising forms. Personal training: Bria Miller is offering one-on-one personal

training to individuals and/or small groups of two to three people at Sole 2 Soul at 5:30 a.m., 6 a.m., 6:30 a.m. and other scheduled times by appointment. For information, call Sole 2 Soul. Yoga: An eight-week session of yoga started April 2 and runs through May 21. Barb Gebers teaches the 50-minute classes on Mondays at 6 p.m. Tabata: An eight-week Tabata session started April 3 and runs through May 22. Classes are taught by Miller on Tuesdays at 5:45 p.m. The Meeting Place is the ideal place to host your special event. Call 282-4426 for information.

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Singers help singers The Ridge View High School Music Boosters were the recipients of a $300 donation from the Happiness Express Chorus of Denison April 10. Dennis Cook of Schaller, a member of the Happiness Express Chorus, made the presentation to Kris Kistenmacher and her vocal music class. The donation is part of the chorus’s program of “Enriching Lives Through Singing.” The donation represents a portion of the $2,700 the singers plan to donate to area vocal music programs this year. “It costs money to run school music programs,” said John Haselhoff, a member of the chorus from Schaller. “The chorus has stepped in to help. Our show patrons and our business sponsors have been very supportive in the past years, so we are returning a portion of our past spring show receipts to the communities in which our members

live.” Area business sponsors helping to make this possible in the past include: Rod’s Fertilizer, Galva; Schaller Telephone Company, State Bank Agency, DC Specialties and Remington Seeds, all of Schaller; Kevin L. Murray, P.C. of Sac City; Hy-Vee Food Store, Storm Lake Pizza Ranch, Edwards Chevrolet Buick GMC, Security Savings Bank, The Citizen First National Bank and Fareway Stores, all of Storm Lake. The Happiness Express is the performing a cappella chorus of the Denison Barbershop Harmony Society. Members come from a 60-mile radius of Denison. Now in its 54th year, the chorus welcomes all men, high school age and up who enjoy singing as a hobby. They meet each Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Denison High School vocal music room, 819 North 16th St. For more information, Google search for “Happiness Express Chorus.”

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Happiness donation: The Ridge View High School Music Boosters were the recipients of a $300 donation from the Happiness Express Chorus of Denison April 10. Dennis Cook of Schaller, a member of the Happiness Express Chorus, made the presentation to Kris Kistenmacher and her vocal music class.

Schultz from the Senate by: IA State Senator Jason Schultz (R) District 9

The Iowa Legislature took a strong position on illegal immigration this week. Senate File 481, the Sanctuary City bill, applies a penalty to cities and counties that refuse to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) when a detainer request is submitted to a local law enforcement agency holding a suspected illegal alien. This bill was passed in the Senate last session, was amended and passed on April 3 in the House, and then the Senate agreed to the House changes on April 4. Specifically, SF 481 requires an Iowa law enforcement agency having custody of a person subject to an immigration detainer request to fully comply with any instruction and legal document provided by a federal agency, requires actions by the court in relation to a defendant who is the subject of an immigration detainer request at the time of sentencing, prohibits a local entity from taking any action discouraging the enforcement of immigration laws, including adopting or enforcing a policy, requires each state or local law enforcement agency to have policies in writing related to enforcement of federal immigration laws by Jan. 1, 2019, and prohibits discrimination while enforcing immigration laws except to the extent permitted by the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution

of the State of Iowa. But, the debate is broader than what is found in the bill. The bill, soon to be signed by the governor, only applies to a person who has already been arrested for committing a separate crime. This is not a bill forcing local law enforcement to work federal immigration law. It simply requires law enforcement with a criminal suspect in custody cooperate with federal immigration enforcement if they think the suspect may be in the country illegally and may have reason to be deported. Why wouldn’t law enforcement want to deport the criminal element in their hometowns? Most law enforcement agree and cooperate willingly, if not enthusiastically. But, even here in Iowa, we have elements of the progressive movement who want to re-engineer Iowans into citizens of the world. This movement wants no borders, no celebration of American exceptionalism and a desire to reduce Iowa and the U.S.A. to the world average. The Senate Democrats voted unanimously to allow politically-motivated communities to release criminals who are suspected of being in the country illegally back into our communities. We are Iowans and citizens of the United States of America. Our forefathers, legal immigrants themselves, built a city on top of a hill for the world to aspire or to legally enter and become an American themselves. While we can welcome those who legally enter and become part of the great American culture, we should never ac-

cept officials who turn their head and refuse to protect the lives, families and property of citizens and legal immigrants. This policy didn’t work for the Sarah Root family of Council Bluffs. Sarah was killed by a 19-year-old illegal alien who was racing down an Omaha street with a blood alcohol content of .241, three times the legal limit. He was released after a relative paid $5,000 bond, and he hasn’t been seen since. It didn’t work for the family of Kate Steinle of San Francisco. She was shot by an illegal alien who had been previously deported five times. But, it gets worse. Several weeks before Steinle was killed, Garcia Zarate was released from a San Francisco jail—despite a federal request to detain him for a sixth deportation. The primary purpose of government is to protect and preserve the rights of the people. It is our moral duty to protect the rights of the citizen. Not to protect the criminal who is in this country illegally and then continues to break our laws and hurt Iowans. If you need to contact me, please email jason.schultz@ legis.iowa.gov. I currently serve as the chair of the labor and business relations committee and serve on the judiciary, state government and ways and means committees. Additionally, I serve on the education appropriations subcommittee. Please feel free to contact me at 515-281-3371 or by email at jason.schultz@legis. iowa.gov.

O-A/BC-IG releases contest results O-A/BC-IG High School band and vocal students participated in State Solo/Ensemble Contest April 7 at Westwood High School in Sloan. Band students receiving I (superior) ratings were: Lea Williams (lute), Ellie Diersen (trumpet), Kelsey Dausel (trombone), Trust Wells (euphonium) and Bailey Newman (percussion). Instrumentalists receiving II ratings included: Rylie Hedberg (lute), Lindsey Kruse (clarinet), Maddie Schiernbeck (alto sax), Kirsten Dausel (tenor sax), Ryder Cranston (trumpet) and Peyton Miller and Josie Wulf (clarinet duet). Vocal students receiving Division I ratings included: the Chamber Choir; duet—Ethan Ernst and Jarrett Bumann; duet—Kirsten and Kelsey Dausel and soloists Taylor Oldham, Kirsten

Dausel, Madison Schiernbeck and Ethan Ernst. Vocal groups/soloists receiving Division II (excellent) ratings were: Junior 7—Alyssa Mason, Emma Endrulat, Kirsten Dausel, Kelsey Dausel, Ethan Ernst, Grant Conover and Jarrett Bumann; Sophomore 8—Taylor Oldham, Ryder Cranston, Kiera Ladwig, Josie Wulf, Macy Nicholson, Autumn Schrieber, Sarah Petersen and Corin Bower; duet—Lillian Hoffman and Isabelle Schroeder and soloists—Kelsey Dausel, Lindsey Kruse, Emma Endrulat and Ashly Gunderson. Division III (good) ratings were given to: Freshmen 9—Marley Hewitt, Kylee Dausel, Mia Mortensen, Cade Ernst, Zach Dunker, Mahala Kruse, Amber Hoeling and Ashly Gunderson; duet—Kylee Dausel and Marley Hewitt; duet— Mahala Kruse and Amber Hoeling and soloist Hunter Maass.

Lohff-Schumann by Libby Bagenstos Recreation director Theatre arts camp: Join us June 5-8 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. or noon to 2:30 p.m. to learn acting techniques, games and participate in a performance with us. Available to students in first through eighth grade. Registration due May 1, 20 students per session. Filmmaking camp: Join us June 12-15, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or noon to 2:30 p.m. to learn the art of filmmaking and create your own premiere short film. Available to students in first through eighth grade. Registration due May 1, 20 students per session. Monday cards: Join us every Monday from 1-3 p.m. to play euchre and 500. Prizes and a light snack are provided. Members play for free and non-members will be charged the daily admission fee. Facility fund-raiser: If you

have empty pop cans you’d like to donate to a good cause, you can drop them off at Lohff-Schumann anytime. Money collected will be put towards new equipment. Birthday parties: Let LohffSchumann make your child’s birthday party a hit. The fee includes admission for your entire group, use of our gym, community room and children’s room, which now includes an eye play system and games for all ages, for three hours, a decorated sheet cake and ice cream. If interested contact Bagenstos. Personal training: Personal training is always available at your convenience with Libby, Mel, Barb, Keely and Rayven. Stop in today and check out our specials. Fitness schedule Monday—5:45–6:30 a.m. spinning, 5:45–6:30 a.m. full body fit and 9:45–10:30 a.m. retired but not tired.

Tuesday—5:45–6:30 a.m. core cardio and 5:30–6:15 p.m. spinning. We d n es d a y — 5 : 4 5 – 6 : 3 0 a.m. TRX and weights and 5:30–6:15 p.m. Zumba. Thursday—5:45–6:30 a.m. weights and cardio, 9:45– 10:30 a.m. retired but not tired and 5:30–6:15 p.m. bodyweight burner. Friday—5:45–6:30 a.m. medball and weights, 12– 12:45 p.m. TRX mix and 5:30–6:15 p.m. Zumba. Sunday—1:30–2:15 p.m. treadmill/strength.

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FAMILY & FRIENDS Ida Grove Chamber News The Ida Grove Chamber of Commerce met at Remer Realty on Tuesday, April 10. The meeting was called to order by Dan Remer, president. The following oficers and directors were present: Remer, Lisa Witten, Patti Haack, Grant Patera, Ryan Goodman and Chelsea Gross. Minutes from the meeting on Jan. 9 were approved. Remer talked about wrapping up the Easter party, city-wide garage sales June 1 and 2, the golf outing July 11, grilling at the Farmers Market, grilling the Friday of Crazy Days and the membership drive. Old business: The membership list is being updated, the grant application for Fund for Siouxland has been submitted for funding to help with beautiication and there was a good turnout for the Easter party.

Easter party information—Businesses donated door prizes, the Chamber borrowed games from O-A/BC-IG Music Boosters, Catholic religious groups illed 3,000 eggs and the Key Club helped with games. New business: city wide garage sale dates are June 1 and 2; a ribbon cutting will be held May 4 at 10 a.m. for Dr. Pick and Gary’s Barbershop, Haack will represent the committee for the city hall renovation, lowers have been ordered for the downtown lowerpots and the FFA kids will help plant them and the Chamber will have an entry in the Heritage Days’ parade. The next monthly meeting is Tuesday, May 1, at noon at Remer Realty. Lisa Witten Board secretary

Birth Andy and Amanda Mildenstein of Tripoli are the parents of twin sons, Keaton David and Kaiser Dee, born March 22, 2018, at Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo. Keaton weighed 4 lbs., 3 oz., and Kaiser weighed 3 lbs., 10 oz. Grandparents are Randy and Cindy Mildenstein of Ida Grove and Dean and Kim Harmening of Tripoli. Keaton and Kaiser are welcomed home by Kaden, 9, and Kolten, 3.

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Engaged: Mr. and Mrs. Lou Covelli of Kenosha, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rickert of Ida Grove announce the engagement of their children, Michaela Covelli and Alex Rickert of Elmhurst, Ill. Michaela received her BS in nutrition and dietetics at the University of Minnesota. She continued studying dietetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received her master’s degree in physician assistant practice at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. She is currently employed as a physician’s assistant and registered dietitian in endocrinology, metabolism and diabetics at DuPage Medical Group. Alex graduated from Iowa State University with a BS in liberal arts and is currently director of Logistics Supply Chain for Pro-Line Safety Products. The couple is planning a June 15 wedding at the Pilot House at Discovery World in Milwaukee, Wis.

Prairie Pedlar hosng program Prairie Pedlar in Odebolt is sponsoring a lunch and learn program Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is a fee to attend the program. Designing with Bicolors will be the theme for the morning. Discussion and demonstrations will center around floral combos and color schemes. Floral demonstrations and container planting presentations will

provide all the secrets for spring planting. After lunch, the world of succulents: how to select and plant perfect combos, how to care for them and how to winter them will be discussed. Call 712-668-4840 to reserve your spot for the day– reservations are limited. Each participant will receive a $20 gift certificate to be used at the gardens.

Get your daily fiber fix Quick. When was the last time you added up how many grams of fiber you get in your daily diet? Everyone is talking about carbohydrates and fats and sugars, but who thinks about fiber? Fiber has all kinds of health benefits to men, women, teenagers and children. It lowers your cholesterol, prevents heart disease, it keeps your blood sugar stable and can help lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes. Not enough? It also lowers the risk for certain types of cancers and promotes healthier gut bacteria. No one wants to talk about this taboo subject, but constipation is the number one gastrointestinal complaint in the United States and fi-

ber can reduce that. What’s more, fiber helps fill you up faster at mealtime and keeps you satisfied longer which can help individuals lose weight and keep it off. It is recommended that women get 25 grams of fiber a day and men be in the 38 gram per day range. Most Americans only get about 15 grams of fiber in a day, so we have work to do. Here are some fiber-rich foods to incorporate into your diet slowly: Fruits: Apples, bananas, oranges, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and mangos. Vegetables: Broccoli, kale, spinach, asparagus, carrots, beets, beans, peas, collard greens and artichokes, avocados and sweet potatoes. Whole grain breads, wheat pasta, nuts and seeds, popcorn, oatmeal and quinoa. Water, fiber fortified orange juice and yogurts. Fiber is something the body needs but never actually digests. For the next 30 days, try to increase your fiber intake and see if you feel better.

Volunteer coffee Morningside Healthcare Community in Ida Grove is hosting a volunteer coffee Thursday, April 19, at 3 p.m. All volunteers at the facility are invited to attend.

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Dance party: A father/daughter dance sponsored by the Ridge View dance team, Cherokee Regional Medical Center and Cherokee Regional Clinic in Holstein drew a big crowd to Boulders Inn and Suites in Holstein April 6. Here, the girls get into “Y.M.C.A.” by the Village People. Proceeds from the dance benefited the Ridge View dance team.

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Circus fun: Eleven residents at Morningside Healthcare Community in Ida Grove attended the Shrine Circus in Sioux City April 12. From left are Ladonna Lalone and her sister, Carolyn Bieschke, Gus Behrendsen and Mildred Carlson, and Myron Corbin is in the back. The tickets were donated for the residents to attend the circus.

Holstein Cub Scout recruitment Holstein’s Cub Scout program is conducting a recruitment effort Sunday, April 22, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Veterans’ Memorial Hall. A supper will be provided. The Scouts are looking for members in grades irst through ifth grade to join the Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Webelos. For more information, contact Keith Carstens 712-3684733 or Kim Fraser 712-8307905.

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BC Women’s Club learns about clowns The Battle Creek Women’s Club met April 12 in Phyllis Groth’s home. The program was presented by Robin Thornhill and her other self, “Binky� the clown from the Horn Aux-silliary clown group. The clown troupe began in the 1980s with a suggestion from Barb Pfaltzgraff, then president of Horn Auxiliary. Thornhill formed the group about 20 years ago and found it to be a blessing in her life. The Shriner clown ‘Chuckles’ helped the clowns get started. They began using white faces, but evolved to the aguste’ style of clown face, which is more natural. The caring clowns performed at area nursing homes and in the hospital, also for area organizations, birthday parties, church, school and community activities. Even though the clown group has become inactive in recent years, Thornhill still tries to spread the joy with her other self. The meeting was called to order by president Dixie Brueck. Fourteen members and one guest, Deb Uhl, answered roll call, ‘What I like about a circus.’ The flowers of the month, daisy and sweet pea, were reviewed and some circus jokes and riddles gave members some laughs. The pledge of allegiance and the club collect were recited in unison. The minutes of the March meeting were read by Secretary Sharon For-

Robin Thornhill – “Binky� thum and approved. The treasurer’s report was not available. In old business, a thank you was extended to members Donna Groth, Phyllis Groth, Cindy Peters, Betty Petersen, Shirley Morrice, Lois Jensen, Dixie Brueck and Linda Wingert for helping fill 300 plastic eggs and about 100 small bags on Friday, March 30. A round of applause was given to Phyllis Groth for her performance as the Easter Bunny for the annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 31, at the Battle Creek Community Center. Phyllis reported about 38 children attended the annual event and

that she enjoyed her work on this event, sponsored by the Women’s Club and American Legion and Auxiliary. In new business, Brueck reported that the Fund for Siouxland grant was not funded. A grill-out at Food Pride in Ida Grove has been set for Friday, May 25, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., with proceeds for the town signs. Members were asked to help with setup, serving and clean up. New officers for 2018-20 were announced: Phyllis Groth-president, Forthumsecretary, Marcella Segebart-treasurer, Peggy Lee Fick-historian, Jensen and Forthum-program committee and Brueck-publicity. The petunias for the town planters will be picked up on April 30 and planted on Friday, May 11. Members approved the purchase of planter tags, flags and wires for the 30 planters and silk flowers and a flag for the Battle Hill monument. Forthum suggested the club create a promotional pamphlet for the city of Battle Creek. Georgine Krayenhagen gave an update on the garden and museum trip planned for June 21. The next meeting will be May 17, with the program by Jan Grell on flowers of the Bible. Hostesses Phyllis and Donna Groth, Krayenhagen and Deb Uhl served fresh fruit, cookies, candies, nuts and coffee from a spring dÊcor table.

OSC Schedule by Crystal Hopkins Activity director The Odebolt Specialty Care activity calendar for April 18-25: Wednesday, April 18: 10:15 a.m. Catholic communion; 10:30 a.m. Bible chat with Kris; 2:30 p.m. bingo. Thursday, April 19: 10 a.m.

WESCO; 2:30 p.m. trivia. Friday, April 20: 10 a.m. volunteer brunch; 2:30 p.m. bingo. Saturday, April 21: 3 p.m. movie and popcorn; 7 p.m. Lawrence Welk. Sunday, April 22: 2:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church; 3 p.m.

social. Monday, April 23: 10 a.m. Earth Day; 2:30 p.m. nails. Tuesday, April 24: 10 a.m. music and dancing; 2:30 p.m. bingo. Wednesday, April 25: 10:15 a.m. Catholic communion; 2:30 p.m. Price is Right.

WDWV Schedule The Willow Dale Wellness Village activity calendar for April 18-25 is: Wednesday, April 18: 9:30 a.m. Catholic rosary communion; 10:30 a.m.

trivia; out to lunch; 2 p.m. Kid’s Zone visit. Thursday, April 19: 10:30 a.m. balloon toss; 2 p.m. Lutheran Church with Pastor Salcido; 3 p.m. surf

the net. Friday, April 20: 10:30 a.m. local news review; 1:30 p.m. bingo. Saturday, April 21: 3 p.m. banana splits and chit chat; 4 p.m. prom queens. Sunday, April 22: 9:30 a.m. Catholic communion activity room; church TV—1 p.m. Lutheran and 2 p.m. Presbyterian. Monday, April 23: 10:30 a.m. discuss and recall; 2 p.m. golf/king’s corner; 4 p.m. ladder ball; 5:30 p.m. men’s only supper. Tuesday, April 24: 10:30 a.m. music in motion; 11 a.m. OWLS outing; 2:30 p.m. sift and stir with Fern; 3 p.m. Bible study. Wednesday, April 25: 9:30 a.m. Catholic rosary and communion; 10:30 a.m. Taboo; 2 p.m. to Greece with the Georgopoulos’.

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Advertise with us! Superhero craft: The Ida Grove Rec Center held its first annual mother-son superhero night Friday, April 6, at the rec center. Approximately 90 people attended. The event kicked off with a meal and concluded with several games and crafts for children of all ages. Here, Jerrica Brenner (back) helps Brantley paint his hand for a superhero handprint while Bryce looks on. The rec center plans to make this an annual event.

Ida Grove Library by Angela Scales Ida Grove librarian Are you looking for something to keep you entertained until it’s inally nice outside? Stop on by the library; we have some great programs scheduled for April and May. First in our line-up of great opportunities‌a book signing with local author Kim Claussen. Claussen will be here Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to noon with copies of her second book, “Becoming Me.â€? Books will be available for $16.05 each (tax included). Make sure to stop down to pick up the book and meet Claussen. Coffee and cookies will be served. On May 11 at 2 p.m., we will host historian Kathy Wilson of Historical Perspectives for “Downstairs at Downton.â€? Join us for an inside look at what life was really like below the stairs at places like Downton Abbey. Program is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served. Starting in May, the library will also host Monday Movie Matinees at 1 p.m. in the Heritage Room. Movies will be held on May 7, May 14 and May 21. We supply the movies; you supply your own non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. For information on what movies we will be showing, stop down to pick up the latest program schedule. Coffee and Coloring ends on May 10. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, we welcome you to stop by and see what it’s all about. All supplies are provided; it’s a great way to reduce stress and get to know others in our community. Coffee and Coloring will resume in the fall. Children’s programs are also winding down for the school year. We have two scheduled programs left. Join Danielle, Ida County Naturalist, at 1:30 p.m. on April 25 to learn all about animals and nature. On May 9, at 1:30 p.m., join Deb and Steve Loger and their Comfort Shelties– Toby, Meeka and Sunday–to spend some time reading. Storytime runs through May 16 and is open to all children not enrolled in school yet. Stop in for great stories, singing, dancing and games every Wednesday at 10 a.m. We are also preparing for a fantastic summer at the library. This year’s theme for our summer program is “Libraries Rock.â€? Registration begins on May 1, so be sure to stop by to get signed up

and pick up your summer schedules. We have a new line up of presenters and can’t wait for you to meet them. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming weeks, and make sure to check your child’s bag as we’ll be sending more information home with them from school. Another great way to ind out what’s going on at the library is through our website (www.idagrove.lib.ia.us) and the library’s Facebook page. Of course, you can always give us a call for more information as well. We will also have these programs posted on the city’s website (www.idagroveia.com), so make sure to check that out. New adult iction for the past month includes: “Raspberry Danish Murder� (Joanne Fluke), “The Bad Daughter� (Joy Fielding), “Down the River Unto the Sea� (Walter Mosley), “His Risk� (Shelley Shepard Gray), “The Woman Left Behind� (Linda Howard), “A Stranger in the House� (Shari Lapena), “A Dangerous Game� (Heather Graham), “How I Lost You� (Jenny Blackhurst), “The Rising Sea� (Clive Cussler), “The Dry� (Jane Harper), “Accidental Heroes� (Danielle Steel), “Red Alert� (James Patterson), “The Road Home� (Beverly Lewis), “Too Close to Breathe� (Olivia Kiernan), “Before I Let You Go� (Kelly Rimmer), “After Anna� (Lisa Scottoline), “The Cutting Edge� (Jeffery Deaver), “The Sixth Day� (Catherine Coulter) and “I’ve Got My Eyes on You� (Mary Higgins Clark). New DVDs include: “Wonder,� “Justice League,� “Murder on the Orient Express,� “Ferdinand,� “Coco,� “Just Getting Started,� “Jumanji,� “Pitch Perfect 3,� “Downsizing,� “All Saints,� “American Grafiti� and “Small Town Crime.� As always, the book sale continues in the front lobby, and we’ve just added quite a few new items; feel free to browse through there on your way in. We gladly accept any donations of new/ gently used books, DVDs, magazines, audio books and like materials. Our donors and volunteers are greatly appreciated for their continued support and their time and skills provided. Library hours are: Monday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday 11 a.m-5 p.m., Wednesday noon-5 p.m., Thursday noon-7 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Please stop by and see us or give us a call at 712-364-2306 for more details on the services we provide or with any questions you may have. We hope to see you soon at the library.

OES sponsors golf tournament hole Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, met in stated session April 2 at the Carroll Masonic Temple. Worthy Matron Chris Brown presided. The chapter will be sponsoring a hole for the 18th annual OES Charity Golf Tournament scheduled for July 20 at Terrace Hills Golf Club in Altoona. All proceeds from the event will go to the Worthy Grand Matrons’ special project, “Reach Out and Read Iowa.� The project is part of a nationwide program that prepares America’s youngest children to succeed in school by partnering with

doctors to prescribe books and encourage families to read together. Doctors, nurse practitioners and other medical professionals incorporate Reach Out and Read’s evidence-based model into regular pediatric checkups by advising parents about the importance of reading aloud and giving developmentallyappropriate books to children. The program begins at the six-month checkup and continues through age five, with special emphasis on children growing up in lowincome communities. The golf tournament is

The Morningside Healthcare Community (Ida Grove) activity schedule for April 1825 is: Wednesday, April 18: 8 a.m. devotions; 10:15 a.m. current events; 11 a.m. music and motion; 2:30 p.m. church with Pastor Lierman; 3 p.m. Methodist communion. Thursday, April 19: 8 a.m. devotions; 9:30 a.m.

manicures; 3 p.m. volunteer coffee. Friday, April 20: 8 a.m. devotions; 9:30 a.m. reading; 1:30 p.m. movie and popcorn. Saturday, April 21: adult coloring. Sunday, April 22: Noon to 7 p.m. Church services on Channel 3. Monday, April 23: 8 a.m. devotions; 10:30 a.m.

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not limited to Eastern Star members. Information and registration forms may be obtained from the chapter secretary, Jewel Kline. The chapter’s charter is draped for 30 days in memory of members Donald Maschino, Arline Horton and Past Grand Patron John E. Thompson. Coming events include: school of instruction April 21 at 12:30 p.m.; temple cleaning April 28 at 9 a.m. and the next stated meeting May 7 at 7:30 p.m. Lunch was served by Segna Birkhofer and Rachel Lode during fellowship time before the meeting.

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SPORTS O-A/BC-IG boys second at M-NW, girls fourth

Falcon boys win golf triangular, girls second O-A/BC-IG traveled to Mapleton April 10 for boys’ and girls’ golf triangulars with MVA-O/CO-U and West Monona. The Falcons boys won their outing while the girls’ team placed second. Boys O-A/BC-IG’s Ty Warnke had the runner-up medalist round of 44 to lead the Falcon boys to victory. As a team, O-A/BC-IG shot a 184. MV-A-O/CO-U was second with a 184 and West Monona was third with a 235. The tie between O-A/BC-IG and MVA-O/CO-U was broken by the ifth individual score (Austin Wardrip’s 49), which went in the Falcons’ favor. The Falcon varsity scores were Warnke, 44; Ethan Zobel, 45; Blake Anderson, 47; Reed Godbersen, 48; Wardrip, 49, and Kaden Ladwig, 56. In JV play, O-A/BC-IG topped MV-A-O/CO-U 204-218. O-A/ BC-IG’s scores were Jace Krayenhagen, 46; Gavin Parks, 51; Isaac Newquist, 52; Own Luft, 55; Austin Newquist, 57, and Troy Hilmer, 58. Girls O-A/BC-IG placed second behind MV-A-O/CO-U in a varsity triangular in Mapleton. Final team scores were MV-A-O/ CO-U, 209; O-A/BC-IG, 218, and West Monona, 276. O-A/BC-IG’s Lauren Schwade shot a 47 to inish as runner-up medalist. Also scoring for the Falcons were Corin Bower, 52; Kelsey Dausel, 57; Jenna Henderson, 62, and Emma Endrulat, 62. O-A/BC-IG defeated MVA-O/CO-U 251-297 in the junior varsity match. Liz Zobel and Carly Murphy both scored rounds of 61 to tie for medalist honors. The runner-up medalist was Elle Lansink with a 62. Sara Bergman shot a 67.

Fresh start for the North Iowa Knights by Ryan Schmidt Voice of the Knights Semi pro football is coming to Early. The North Iowa Knights have a new home and new league for 2018 season; they have joined the Midwest Football League. Knights’ rival, NW Iowa Bulldogs, also joined the new league along with other teams from Iowa, Nebraska, and Missouri. The Knights did not stop there; they also added a new head coach as irst-year coach Waylan Shoesmith takes over the helm for the Knights and Marty Hart returns as defensive coordinator. Returning leaders for the Knights from this area include Justin Witzke (Schaller), Tristin Hayden (Ida Grove), David Bloyer (Schaller), Kenny Wiltse (Ida Grove) and Josh Williams (Ida Grove) mixed with a group of irst-year players. The Knights open their season May 12 at 7 p.m. at Northwest Iowa Bulldogs in Aurelia. The irst home game is June 9 at 7 p.m. against the Northwest Iowa Bulldogs in Early. Like the North Iowa Knights on Facebook, or visit www. htosports.com/northiowaknights for all your Knights’ news and updates.

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Line up: Ridge View’s Kennedy Mason lines up a shot from the number one tee box on the Holstein golf course during a conference golf tournament Thursday. Mason carded a 50. Ridge View placed sixth as a team with a 231.

WVC golf teams open tournament play Western Valley Conference golf teams were able to get on the golf course for their first conference meets of the season Thursday. Four more tournaments are slated over the next few weeks. The MV-A-O/CO-U girls won the initial girls’ tournament in Holstein while Woodbury Central prevailed in the boys’ tournament in Onawa. In girls play, O-A/BC-IG placed third and Ridge View was sixth. O-A/BC-IG placed fourth in the boys’ event and Ridge View was sixth. Boys The boys team scores from Onawa were Woodbury Central, 165; Westwood, 166; Kingsley-Pierson, 177; O-A/ BC-IG, 181; MV-A-O/CO-U, 203; River Valley, 217; West Monona, 220; Lawton-Bronson, 227 and Ridge View, 253. Medalist was Sam Miller of Westwood with a 36. Elijah Lamoureux of Westwood was runner-up with a 37. The Falcons counted rounds from Ty Warnke, 43; Austin Wardrip, 44; Ethan

Zobel, 47 and Reed Godbersen, 47. Kaden Ladwig shot a 48 and Blake Anderson had a 53. Ridge View counted scores from Zach Wood, 52; Brandt Price, 65; Grant Schmidt, 66 and Brayden Stowater, 70. Girls MV-A-O/CO-U had the best team score in the tournament in Holstein. Team scores were MV-A-O/CO-U, 198; Woodbury Central, 213; O-A/BC-IG, 219; Westwood, 224; Kingsley-Pierson, 225; Ridge View, 231; LawtonBronson, 242; River Valley, 245 and West Monona, 245. Sallie Gallagher of Woodbury Central and Haylee Halbur of MV-A-O/CO-U tied for medalist with rounds of 43. Alabama Sulsberger of Westwood was runner-up with a 48. Lauren Schwade, 49; Kelsey Dausel, 54; Jenna Henderson, 58 and Corin Bower, 58 posted O-A/BCIG’s score. Ridge View’s score came from Kennedy Mason, 50; Julie Wood, 52; Viv Leonard, 61 and Tori McDanel, 68. Rayann Volkert shot a 72.

O-A/BC-IG’s track teams competed in the Manson-Northwest Webster coed meet in Manson Thursday. The Falcon boys placed second as a team while the girls were fourth. Boys Ryder Meek won the shot put with a throw of 49-9 to claim the Falcons’ only event championship. Meek’s title helped the Falcons amass 100 team points, which was good for second place out of 12 schools. South Central Calhoun was first with 133 points. Other placing in the top six were: Second—Tyler Anderson, discus, 129-8 ½; Cooper DeJean, long jump, 19-1; 4x200 (Philip Brooks, Austin Lindner, Carson Godbersen, Kolton Krajicek) 1:38.17. Third—Ryder Meek, discus, 127-6 ½; Tyler Anderson, shot put, 44-6 ½; sprint medley (Eli Gebel, Philip Brooks, Austin Lindner, Isaac Endrulat) 1:41.82; shuttle hurdle (Quintin Cranston, Ryan Kolpin, William Grote, Chase Devitt) 1:02.50. Fourth—Isaac Endrulat, 400, :54.94; Austin Lindner, 200, :24.56. Fifth—William Grote, high jump, 5-8; 4x800 (Dylan Hemer, Ben Bergman, Evan Veltri, Caleb Reitz) 9:39.08; distance medley (Eli Gebel, Cam Sharkey, Truman Clark, Grant Conover) 4:09.33; Quintin Cranston, 110 hurdles, :17.07; Cameron Sharkey, 400

Falcon boys’ track team opens at Harlan After a cold start to April, the O-A/BC-IG boys’ track team had their first outdoor track meet of the season April 10 at Harlan. As a team, the Falcons placed sixth out of 15 teams at the Cyclone Invitational in Harlan. The Falcons scored 52.5 points in a meet that featured several 3A schools. Atlantic won the meet with 111 points. While O-A/BC-IG didn’t win any events, Coach Travis Chizek noted there were a lot of great performances for the first outdoor meet against some tough competition. “We were proud of how

Low score: O-A/BC-IG’s Lauren Schwade recorded the Falcon girls’ low score of 49 in a conference golf tournament on the Holstein golf course Thursday. O-A/BC-IG placed third as a team with a 219.

our kids competed,” said Chizek. “Their performances have us really excited to see what the rest of the season has in store for us. Hopefully, we can build off of this great start to the outdoor season.” O-A/BC-IG placings that scored team points were: Second—Isaac Endrulat, 800, 2:06.67; sprint medley (Austin Lindner, Ryan Kolpin, Cooper DeJean, Isaac Endrulat) 1:39.90; Cooper DeJean, long jump, 18-08; Ryder Meek, shot put, 51-2½. Third—shuttle hurdle (Quintin Cranston, Ryan Kolpin, William Grote, Chase Devitt) 1:03.17. Fourth—William Grote,

high jump, 5-10. Sixth—4x100 (Chase Devitt, Quintin Cranston, Carson Godbersen, Ryan Kolpin) :47.14; Tyler Anderson, discus, 146-11. Seventh—Quintin Cranston, 110 hurdles, :17.03; 4x200 (Chase Devitt, Carson Godbersen, Ethan Mortensen, Cameron Sharkey) 1:40.57. Eighth—William Grote, 110 hurdles, :17.10; 4x800 (Ben Bergman, Grant Conover, Evan Veltri, Dylan Hemer) 9:36.46; distance medley (Austin Lindner, Ethan Mortensen, Cooper DeJean, Grant Conover) 4:04.94; Austin Lindner, high jump, 5-4.

O-A/BC-IG girls win five events at West Monona The O-A/BC-IG girls won five events at the Spartan Invitation hosted by West Monona High School April 10. The victories helped the Falcons place third out of 10 teams. O-A/BC-IG scored 111 points. KingsleyPierson/Woodbury Central was first with 169.5 points. Coach Bob Saunders noted it was a good day weather wise to run track after a cold start to the season. The West Monona meet was the first outdoor meet this season for the Falcons. “We had several personal records in individual events, which is nice to see the first meet of the season,” said Saunders. “Our sprint relays ran excellent times. We had a couple of exchanges that we can improve on and possibly qualify for Drake. “I can truly say we were all happy to have such a perfect day for a meet.” O-A/BC-IG events that scored team points were: First—Madison Schiernbeck, 3,000,

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hurdles, 1:03.51. Sixth—William Grote, 110 hurdles, :17.56; Caden Wareham, 400 hurdles, 1:03.55; 4x100 (Chase Devitt, Ryan Kolpin, Cooper DeJean, Kolton Krajicek) :46.36. Girls The Falcon girls won one individual event and two relays at Manson. As a team, O-A/ BC-IG placed fourth out of 12 teams with 76.5 points. Alta-Aurelia was the champion with 147 points. Sydney Durbin was the top jumper in the high jump with a height of 5-4. The 4x100 (:51.25) and the 4x200 1:48.66 relays crossed the finish line first. The 4x100 and 4x200 teams were composed of the same four runners, Jordyn Fredericks, Sarah Cotton, Anna Winterrowd and Sydney Durbin. Other placings in the top six were: Second—Shuttle hurdle (Sarah Petersen, Ashley Lindner, Kirsten Dausel, Mia Mortensen) 1:15.10. Third—4x800 (Madison Schiernbeck, Alyssa Mason, Kaitlyn Riessen, Brooklyn Hoffman) 11:22.68. Fourth—Bethany Rehse, discus, 87-11; sprint medley (Sarah Petersen, Kirsten Dausel, Morgan Godbersen, Calli Wareham) 2:02.77; Morgan Godbersen, 100, :13.74; Ashley Lindner, 100 hurdles, :17.82. Fifth—Lexi Neville, 100, :14.60.

The cold, wet start to spring has sidelined the Ridge View boys’ and girls’ track teams. All of the Raptors’ scheduled meets through Friday, April 13, have been canceled. Weather permitting, the Raptor boys will compete in the O-A/BC-IG boys’ meet on Tuesday, April 17, and the boys’ and girls’ teams are entered in the O-A/BC-IG coed meet in Ida Grove Thursday, April 19.

12:04.05; Calli Wareham, 400 hurdles, 1:12.24; 4x100 (Jordyn Fredericks, Sarah Cotton, Anna Winterrowd, Sydney Durbin) :51.37; 4x200 (Jordyn Fredericks, Sarah Cotton, Anna Winterrowd, Sydney Durbin) 1:49.54; Sydney Durbin, high jump, 5-2. Second—Jordyn Fredericks, 100, :13:06 (tie); Sarah Cotton, 100, :13.06 (tie); shuttle hurdle (Ashley Lindner, Sarah Petersen, Kirsten Dausel, Mia Mortensen); Kirsten Dausel, high jump, 4-4. Third—Morgan Godbersen, 200, :27.81; 4x400 (Jordyn Fredericks, Sydney Durbin, Madison Schiernbeck, Calli Wareham). Fourth—Ashley Lindner, 100 hurdles, :17:37; distance medley (Kirsten Dausel, Calli Wareham, Lexi Neville, Alyssa Mason) 5:00.34. Fifth— Sarah Petersen, 100 hurdles, :17.39; sprint medley (Mia Mortensen, Sarah Petersen, Lexi Neville, Alyssa Mason) 2:06.78. Sixth—Alyssa Mason, 1,500, 5:56.78.

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First grade attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in first grade are, front row from left: Sam Parks, Brooke Samway, Danika Shupe, Owen Forbes, Kolt Spotts and Camden Holzer. Back row: Bodi Eason, Jake Siebrecht, Briaunna Ackerman, Avery Ernst, Preston Hinkeldey and Peyton Kinnaman. Photo by: Amy Forbes | Ida County Courier

Kindergarten attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in kindergarten are, front row from left: Keira Baughman, Wayne Baker, Tegan Susie and Colt Blackmore. Back row: Brodie Cranston, Natalie Siegner, Jaiden Knight and Kaydee Frank.

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Third grade attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in third grade are, front row from left: Jenna Miller, Niyalla Reitz , Lauren Siegner, Brynley Smith, Caitlin Todd and Josiah Ladwig. Back row: Ella Byers, Creighton Cadwell, Savanna Gigaroa, Xavier Hansen, Sam Lansink and Jenessa Kolar.

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Second grade attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in second grade are, front row from left: Bella Mancilla, Quinlan Halle, Lane Howard and Breanne Wilcox. Back row: Carson Jordan, Dustin Riessen, Keaton Ullrich, Jayton Bral and Izabelle Rohlf.

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Fourth grade attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in fourth grade are, front row from left: Sydney Schreiber, Hailey Bender, Kade Spotts and Blaise Wilcox. Second row: Jackson Groth, Hunter Moser, Leah Sholty, Marshall Skinner, Dominick Hammer and Tynan Reitz. Back row: Jacob Claussen, Jack Gilbert, Mia Mancilla, Dalton Mefferd, Carter Moser, Quincy Smith and Conrad Curiel.

Greetings, moviegoers. This weekend see “Paul Apostle of Christ” (PG-13) at the Holstein State Theatre. Risking his life, Luke ventures to Rome to visit Paul -- the apostle who’s bound in chains and held captive in Nero’s darkest and bleakest prison cell. Haunted by the shadows of his past misdeeds, Paul wonders if he’s been forgotten as he awaits his grisly execution. Before Paul’s death, Luke resolves to write another book

Fifth grade attendance: BC-IG Elementary School recognized students for third quarter perfect attendance. Receiving awards in fifth grade are, front row from left: Quintin Samway, Marley Smith and Andrew Parks. Second row: Matthew Todd, Calli Ulrich, Blake Weir and Sierra Jepsen. Back row: Allie Lund, Jayms Williams, Brysen Kolar, Maddox Lantz and Sawyer Larsen.

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Community, Availa banks enter into merger agreement During the annual shareholders’ meeting on April 10, the shareholders of Nevada Community Bancshares, Inc. (NCB) approved the merger of NCB, with and into Carroll County Bancshares, Inc. (CCB), its parent company. Merging the holding companies is the irst step to merging Community Bank, NCB’s wholly-owned subsidiary, into Availa Bank, CCB’s wholly-owned subsidiary. Merging the companies will streamline the corporate structure, improve eficiency, reduce costs and provide new services to Community Bank customers, according to bank oficials. The transaction is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close in the fourth quarter 2018. Community Bank President and CEO Bob Butcher stated, “Since its inception on Sept. 3, 1996, when Dan Engler and his team opened the doors of Community Bank for the irst time, Carroll Co. Bancshares Inc. has been a committed owner and inancial partner of our organization. Over the years, the bank has done very well in serving the needs of the Nevada and Holstein communities.” Butcher stated members of both banks will work together to make the merger process and transition as seamless as possible for its customers. The name will change to Availa Bank, but the same employees will be here to serve the public. The merger will also provide additional products and services, such as mobile banking and business banking, to Community Bank customers. Availa Bank President and CEO Jeff Scharfenkamp stated, “Community Bank has been an afiliate of Availa Bank since its inception, so both organizations know each other well. Availa Bank operates in other agricultural-based communities very similar to Holstein and Ne-

vada and understands the importance of local decision making and support for the communities we serve. “The merger will result in improved eficiency of our internal operations by combining two separate bank charters into one charter, allowing our staff to spend more time with our customers,” he said. Availa Bank’s roots date back to 1870, when it was originally chartered. Last year, the bank adopted the

Availa name to unify its branch locations under one name. Availa is the irst three syllables of the word available, a word that deines the bank’s mission—to always be available to customers, communities and employees with competitive products and responsive service. Scharfenkamp will be the president and CEO of the merged bank, and Butcher will oversee the former Community Bank locations as market president.

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RV prom servers: Prom servers at Ridge View High School’s junior-senior prom April 7 were front from left: Bailey Graff, Beau Blackmore, Anya Kistenmacher, Colton Dutler, Eric Johnson and Mikayla Kolpin. Back from left: Caleb Kistenmacher, Viv Leonard, Jadyn Schmidt, Kole Winkel, Hannah Grieme and Bo Clausen.

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Derby weigh-in: Thirty-two pigs that will be shown in the derby hog show at the Ida County Fair in July were weighed in April 7. Here, Don Friedrichsen of Holstein, right, and Joe Friedrichsen of Holstein lift one of the pigs on to the weigh scale.

March brought 2.5 inches of rain to Iowa, the third month in a row of wetter than normal conditions. Despite this moisture, an area of persistent dryness remains in southern and southeast Iowa. “The state is entering into the normally wetter months, so hopefully we will see improvement in the driest parts of the state, while avoiding any extensive spring flooding,” said Tim Hall, Hydrology Resources Coordinator for the Iowa DNR. This March was wetter than normal, with some areas getting more than 150 percent of normal rainfall. Temperatures across Iowa were generally cooler than normal, especially in eastern and southeastern Iowa, where temperatures were, on average, four to five degrees cooler than normal. These cooler temperatures have slowed vegetative growth, helping to maintain soil moisture levels for the

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Obituaries To keep our readers better informed, funeral information will be posted on our website (www.idacountycourier.com) within hours of receiving it at our ofice. Ferdinand A. Boger Jr. Nov. 22, 1928 – April 6, 2018

Michael “Mike” Knop April 21, 1958 – April 11, 2018 ARTHUR – Services for Michael C. Knop, 59, of Arthur were April 15, 2018, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ida Grove. The Rev. Richard A. Salcido officiated. Burial services will be at a later date in the Ida Grove Cemetery in Ida Grove. Christensen-Van Houten Funeral Home in Ida Grove was in charge of arrangements. He died April 11, 2018, at his Arthur home. Michael “Mike” Craig Knop, son of Herb and Beatrice “Trixie” (O’Donnell) Knop, was born April 21, 1958, in Denison. He grew up on a farm near Woodbine and graduated from Woodbine High School in 1976. After high school, he attended Scott Community College in Davenport and received his certification in solar technology. In 1979, Mike relocated to Ida Grove and met the love of his life, Susan Kay Petersen. They married June 28, 1980, in Moorehead Park. They were blessed with a daughter, Nicole. The family moved to Tulsa, Okla., in 1981, where Mike was employed as a heavy machinery operator. There, the couple welcomed their son, Nathan. In 1987, they returned back to the Ida Grove area and made their forever home in Arthur. While

living in Arthur, the family welcomed three sons: Austin, Aidan and Mason. Mike will always be remembered as a devoted husband, father, brother and uncle. He relished taking trips on his motorcycle with his wife to Sturgis and Yellowstone, as well as spending time with his family camping. A hard worker and a jack-of-all-trades, Mike enjoyed tinkering, as well as spending time customizing his Harley. One of his proudest achievements was designing and remodeling their family home. He also appreciated collecting 1:16 scale model cars and all types of eagles. Left to cherish his memory include his wife, Susan Knop of Arthur; and his children: Nicole Knop (special friend, Brent Wessel) of Ida Grove; Nathan Knop (fiancée Crystal Thomsen) of Wichita, Kan.; and Austin, Aidan and Mason Knop of Arthur. Also surviving are his brother, Gary Knop of Wisconsin; his sisters: Patricia McDaniel (special friend, Steven McDaniel) of Ida Grove, Jacquie (Randy) Struck of Schleswig, Linda Knop (special friend, Tina Naid) of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Tracey (DJ) Newman of Odebolt; numerous nieces and nephews; extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herb and Trixie Knop. Condolences may be sent online at www. christensenvanhouten.com.

Jesus and Elvis Presley by: Deacon Derick Cranston Pastoral Associate St. Mary Parish-Riverside Holy Trinity Parish- Richmond St. Joseph Parish-Wellman

(Deacon Derick Cranston, formerly of Odebolt, is pastoral associate for St. Mary Parish in Riverside, Holy Trinity Parish in Richmond and St. Joseph Parish in Wellman. He can be reached at derickcranston@ gmail.com.) This article, the second in a series of articles regarding the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, is reprinted with permission of The Catholic Messenger, newspaper of the Diocese of Davenport. In the previous article, we highlighted three methods used to help us determine if a claim is valid or not: the scientiic method, the historical method and the forensic method. The scientiic method depends on experiments that are reproducible and have the same results. Obviously, we

cannot go back and crucify Christ over-and-over again to see if he is raised each time. In the historical method, the most reliable evidence is examined to determine the authenticity of an historic event. Documentation has much more weight if it is made by witnesses closest to the event in question. Most historians agree - for reasons too numerous to go into detail here - that there was a man named Jesus who was cruciied 2,000 years ago on a hill outside of Jerusalem. Some claim, however, that Jesus was not divine and try to explain it away in one of three theories: the Mythic Theory, the Conspiracy Theory and the Hallucination Theory. The Mythic Theory claims sightings of Jesus were unreliable and embellished over time. Some historians point to the many “sightings” of Elvis after he died, as an example. However, there are some dificulties with this analogy.

Note that no family or friends of Elvis ever claimed to see him. All the sightings of Elvis were made by people who had never met him in person and who had convinced themselves Elvis was still alive. They expected to see him if they just looked hard enough. In addition, the sightings were leeting, lasting only a few seconds. We know from scripture that the disciples never expected to see Jesus. For example, two disciples had a long and extended conversation with Jesus before it dawned on them that this was Jesus in the lesh. Thomas, even though he saw Jesus with his own eyes, doubted it was really Jesus until he touched the wounds in his side and on his hands. In addition, Jesus spent 40 days with the disciples, eating, conversing and even making them breakfast. These were not leeting glances by people who had never met Jesus in person.

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PFLUGERVILLE, TEXAS – Graveside services for Ferdinand A. Boger Jr., 89, of Plugerville, Texas, were April 13, 2018, at Ida Grove Cemetery in Ida Grove. The Rev. Richard A. Salcido oficiated. Military rites were by McNamaraMoore Post No. 61 of American Legion of Ida Grove. Christensen-Van Houten Funeral Home in Ida Grove was in charge of arrangements. He died April 6, 2018, at Baylor Scott and

Paul V. Voge Oct. 12, 1954 - April 9, 2018 GALVA – Services for Paul V. Voge, 63, of Galva were April 12, 2018, at United Methodist Church in Holstein, w i t h the Rev. Doresa K. Collogan oficiating. Burial was in the Holstein Cemetery at Holstein. Nicklas D. Jensen Funeral Home in Holstein was in charge of arrangements. He died April 9, 2018, at Buena Vista Regional Medical Center in Storm Lake. Paul Vincent Voge was born Oct. 12, 1954, in Alta to Walter Eggert and Geneva May (Leonard) Voge. He was a lifelong Galva resident and graduated from Galva High School. Then, he spent one year at the University of Iowa. He married Debra Jean Thompson Dec. 27, 1975. To this union, three children were born: Matthew, Philip and Bethany. Debra died in 1989. Paul married Lois Ann Miller Brockman July 27, 1991, and gained two more children, Shari and Travis. He farmed on his family farm for 44 years and worked at Jacques Seed for 25 years, as well as being a federal meat inspector for many years. Family was the most important item to Paul. He spent countless hours watching his children and grandchildren participate in their many events. He loved to golf and was proud of his hole-in-one on hole #4 at the Holstein Country Club. He enjoyed hunting and horseshoes and was a collector

of guns, comic books, baseball cards and antique pop bottles. You could hear him playing his trombone in community bands. Paul had an unmistakable voice and was well known to Galva-Holstein Pirate and Ridge View Raptor fans as the voice in the press box for their football games, as well as helping with ield events at track meets. He was the recipient of the IHSAA Mo Kelley award to recognize his 25 years of service as an announcer. He also served on the Galva-Holstein School Board for many years. Paul was a “Keeper of Useless Knowledge,” always willing to enlighten others with his trivia. He was a longtime member of Galva First United Methodist Church, where he served as president of the Ad Council for many years and portrayed Jesus Christ in the Living Last Supper for 13 years. Paul is survived by his wife, Lois of Galva; a daughter, Shari (Craig) Head of Panama, Neb., and children, Christopher, Brooklyn and Colton; a son, Travis (Kris) Brockman of Holstein and children, Andrew, Mabel and Ethan; a son, Matthew (Kallie) Voge of Holstein and children, McKenzie and Addison; a daughter, Bethany

FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Mark Aurand 330 S. MAIN ST. - 712-364-3630 712-369-0852 Sunday – 9 a.m. Bible Class 10:30 a.m. worship FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Chad Lierman, Pastor 312 MAIN ST. - 712-364-2412 Sunday – 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. worship WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Shari O’Bannon, CRE 321 MAIN ST.- 712-364-3829 Sunday – 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. worship, followed by fellowship coffee

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White Medical Center in Round Rock, Texas. Ferdinand August Boger Jr. was born Nov. 22, 1928, to Ferdinand and Sussana (Nepper) Boger in Ida Grove. He was an Army veteran, serving honorably during the Korean War as tank driver. His profession was with the telephone company in California. He retired in 1987 and moved to Plugerville, Texas, in 1990. Ferdinand is survived by his sister, Betty Lou Peterson, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Faye Varner; a sister, Arlene, and ive brothers. Condolences may be sent online at www. christensenvanhouten.com.

ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Martin Davis 2326 STORY AVE. - 712-365-4328 Sunday – 10:30 a.m. worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday school

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IDA GROVE, IOWA APRIL 9, 2018 The Board of Supervisors convened in adjourned session, members present Chair Rhett Leonard and Creston Schubert. Raymond Drey was absent. Minutes of the meeting held March 26, 2018, were read and approved. County Engineer Jeff Williams was present to review the FY-19 DOT Budget and the 5 year DOT plan . Schubert moved and Leonard seconded a motion to approve said budget and authorize the Chair to sign the 5 year DOT plan. Motion carried, all voting Aye. Schubert moved and Leonard seconded a motion to approve the resignation of Dale Hinrickson, Assistant Engineer, effective April 20, 2018. Motion carried, all voting Aye. Doug Dausel, Roadside Mower, was present to discuss maintenance on the mower and his contract. Schubert moved and Leonard seconded a motion to approve and authorize the Chair to sign said agreement for the summer of 2018 at a rate of $14.90 per hour. Motion carried, all voting Aye. Phil Waniorek, Benefits, Inc., presented a Self Funding Contract for FY19 in the amount of $16.00 per month per employee. Schubert moved to approve and authorize the Chair to sign said contract. Leonard seconded the motion and it carried, all voting Aye. Weed Commissioner Joe Lageschulte was present to discuss obtaining a bid for roadside tree spraying for Grant and Garfield Townships. Tom German was present to inform the Board that he will try to prevent and control the weed problem he had in the previous year in Battle Township. A discussion was also held on a Roadside Management Plan. Schubert moved and Leonard seconded a motion to approve the Auditor’s, Recorder’s and Sheriff’s quarterly reports. Motion carried, all voting Aye. Leonard moved to approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Wellness Program Agreement between ISAC and the County. Schubert seconded the motion and it carried, all voting Aye. A motion to approve the Clerk of Court report was made by Schubert and seconded by Leonard. Motion carried, all voting Aye. A motion by Schubert and seconded by Leonard to approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Records Retention Policy for Electronic Manure Management Plans stating that electronic plans are available on the DNR website or printed copies are available upon request at the Auditor’s Office. Paper copies will still be filed and maintained in the Auditor’s Office. The DNR rules do not require counties to retain a copy of the manure management plan. Schubert moved to approve Resolution 18-15 Authorizing and Approving Certain Loan Agreement, and providing for the issuance of $9,000,000 General Obligation County Urban Renewal Bonds, Series 2018A and providing for the levy of taxes to pay the same and authorize the Chair to sign said resolution. Leonard seconded the motion and it carried, all voting Aye. RESOLUTION NO. 18-15 Resolution authorizing and approving a certain Loan Agreement, providing for the issuance of $9,000,000 General Obligation County Urban Renewal Bonds, Series 2018A, and providing for the levy of taxes to pay the same WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors (the “Board”) of Ida County (the “County”), Iowa heretofore proposed to enter into a General Obligation Urban Renewal Loan Agreement (the “Primary Loan Agreement”) and to borrow money thereunder in a principal amount not to exceed $25,000,000, pursuant to the provisions of Section 331.402 and Section 331.441(2)(b)(14) of the Code of Iowa, for the purpose of paying the costs, to that extent, of undertaking urban renewal projects in the Ida County Urban Renewal Area consisting of constructing highway, bridge and culvert improvements (the “Projects”), and in lieu of calling an election upon such proposal, has published notice of the proposed action and has held a hearing thereon, and as of February 26, 2018, no petition had been filed with the County asking that the question of entering into the Primary Loan Agreement be submitted to the registered voters of the County; and WHEREAS, the County has determined to split the proposed borrowing under the Primary Loan Agreement into one or more loan agreements; and WHEREAS, a Preliminary Official Statement (the “P.O.S.”) has been prepared to facilitate the sale of General Obligation County Urban Renewal Bonds, Series 2018A (the “Bonds”) in evidence of the obligation of the County under an initial loan agreement (the “Loan Agreement”), and the Board has made provision for the approval of the P.O.S. and has authorized its use by Northland Securities, Inc. (the “Underwriter”); and WHEREAS, a certain Bond Purchase Agreement (the “Bond Purchase Agreement”) has been prepared to set forth the terms of the Bonds and the understanding between the County and the Underwriter, and the Board of Supervisors has made provision for the approval and delivery of the Bond Purchase Agreement to the Underwriter; and WHEREAS, it is now necessary to make final provision for the approval of the Loan Agreement and to authorize the issuance of the Bonds; NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Ida County, Iowa, as follows: Section 1. This Board of Supervisors hereby determines to enter into the Loan Agreement with the Underwriter, in substantially the form as has been placed on file with the Board, providing for a loan to the County in the principal amount of $9,000,000, for the purpose or purposes set forth in the preamble hereof. The Chairperson and County Auditor are hereby authorized and directed to sign the Loan Agreement on behalf of the County, and the Loan Agreement is hereby approved. Section 2. The Bonds, in the aggregate principal amount of $9,000,000, are hereby authorized to be issued in evidence of the County’s obligation under the Loan Agreement. The Bonds shall be in the denomination of $5,000 each, or any integral multiple thereof, shall be dated April 25, 2018, and shall mature on June 1 in each of the years, in the respective principal amounts, and bear interest

at the respective rates, as follows: Date Principal Interest Rate 2022 $170,000 3.000% 2023 $475,000 3.000% 2024 $485,000 3.000% 2025 $500,000 3.000% 2026 $515,000 3.000% 2027 $530,000 3.000% 2028 $550,000 3.000% 2029 $565,000 3.000% 2030 $580,000 3.000% 2031 $600,000 3.100% 2032 $620,000 3.200% 2033 $635,000 3.300% 2034 $660,000 3.250% 2035 $680,000 3.375% 2036 $705,000 3.500% 2037 $730,000 3.550% Section 3. Bankers Trust Company, Des Moines, Iowa, is hereby designated as the Registrar and Paying Agent for the Bonds and may be hereinafter referred to as the “Registrar” or the “Paying Agent.” The County shall enter into an agreement (the “Registrar/Paying Agent Agreement”) with the Registrar, in substantially the form as has been placed on file with the Board; the Chairperson and County Auditor are hereby authorized and directed to sign the Registrar/Paying Agent Agreement on behalf of the County; and the Registrar/ Paying Agent Agreement is hereby approved. The County reserves the right to optionally prepay part or all of the principal of the Bonds maturing in each of the years 2028 to 2037, inclusive, prior to and in any order of maturity on June 1, 2027 or on any date thereafter upon terms of par and accrued interest. If less than all of the Bonds of any like maturity are to be redeemed, the particular part of those Bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by the Registrar by lot. The Bonds may be called in part in one or more units of $5,000. If less than the entire principal amount of any Bond in a denomination of more than $5,000 is to be redeemed, the Registrar will issue and deliver to the registered owner thereof, upon surrender of such original Bond, a new Bond or Bonds, in any authorized denomination, in a total aggregate principal amount equal to the unredeemed balance of the original Bond. Notice of such redemption as aforesaid identifying the Bond or Bonds (or portion thereof) to be redeemed shall be sent by electronic means or by certified mail to the registered owners thereof at the addresses shown on the County’s registration books not less than 30 days prior to such redemption date. Any notice of redemption may contain a statement that the redemption is conditioned upon the receipt by the Paying Agent of funds on or before the date fixed for redemption sufficient to pay the redemption price of the Bonds called for redemption, and that if funds are not available, such redemption shall be cancelled by written notice to the owners of the Bonds called for redemption in the same manner as the original redemption notice was sent. All of such Bonds as to which the County reserves and exercises the right of redemption and as to which notice as aforesaid shall have been given and for the redemption of which funds are duly provided, shall cease to bear interest on the redemption date. Accrued interest on the Bonds shall be payable semiannually on the first day of June and December in each year, commencing December 1, 2018. Interest shall be calculated on the basis of a 360-day year comprised of twelve 30-day months. Payment of interest on the Bonds shall be made to the registered owners appearing on the registration books of the County at the close of business on the fifteenth day of the month next preceding the interest payment date and shall be paid to the registered owners at the addresses shown on such registration books. Principal of the Bonds shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of America to the registered owners or their legal representatives upon presentation and surrender of the Bond or Bonds at the office of the Paying Agent. The Bonds shall be executed on behalf of the County with the official manual or facsimile signature of the Chairperson and attested with the official manual or facsimile signature of the County Auditor, and shall be fully registered Bonds without interest coupons. In case any officer whose signature or the facsimile of whose signature appears on the Bonds shall cease to be such officer before the delivery of the Bonds, such signature or such facsimile signature shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as if such officer had remained in office until delivery. The Bonds shall be fully registered as to principal and interest in the names of the owners on the registration books of the County kept by the Registrar, and after such registration payment of the principal thereof and interest thereon shall be made only to the registered owners or their legal representatives or assigns. Each Bond shall be transferable only upon the registration books of the County upon presentation to the Registrar, together with either a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the Registrar or the assignment form thereon completed and duly executed by the registered owner or the duly authorized attorney for such registered owner. The record and identity of the owners of the Bonds shall be kept confidential as provided by Section 22.7 of the Code of Iowa. The Bonds shall not be valid or become obligatory for any purpose until the Certificate of Authentication thereon shall have been signed by the Registrar. Section 4. Notwithstanding anything above to the contrary, the Bonds shall be issued initially as Depository Bonds, with one fully registered Bond for each maturity date, in principal amounts equal to the amount of principal maturing on each such date, and registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee for The Depository Trust Company, New York, New York (“DTC”). On original issue, the Bonds shall be deposited with DTC for the purpose of maintaining a bookentry system for recording the ownership interests of its participants and the transfer of those interests among its participants (the “Participants”). In the event that DTC determines not to continue to act as securities deposi-

tory for the Bonds or the County determines not to continue the bookentry system for recording ownership interests in the Bonds with DTC, the County will discontinue the bookentry system with DTC. If the County does not select another qualified securities depository to replace DTC (or a successor depository) in order to continue a bookentry system, the County will register and deliver replacement bonds in the form of fully registered certificates, in authorized denominations of $5,000 or integral multiples of $5,000, in accordance with instructions from Cede & Co., as nominee for DTC. In the event that the County identifies a qualified securities depository to replace DTC, the County will register and deliver replacement bonds, fully registered in the name of such depository, or its nominee, in the denominations as set forth above, as reduced from time to time prior to maturity in connection with redemptions or retirements by call or payment, and in such event, such depository will then maintain the bookentry system for recording ownership interests in the Bonds. Ownership interests in the Bonds may be purchased by or through Participants. Such Participants and the persons for whom they acquire interests in the Bonds as nominees will not receive certificated Bonds, but each such Participant will receive a credit balance in the records of DTC in the amount of such Participant’s interest in the Bonds, which will be confirmed in accordance with DTC’s standard procedures. Each such person for which a Participant has an interest in the Bonds, as nominee, may desire to make arrangements with such Participant to have all notices of redemption or other communications of the County to DTC, which may affect such person, forwarded in writing by such Participant and to have notification made of all interest payments. The County will have no responsibility or obligation to such Participants or the persons for whom they act as nominees with respect to payment to or providing of notice for such Participants or the persons for whom they act as nominees. As used herein, the term “Beneficial Owner” shall hereinafter be deemed to include the person for whom the Participant acquires an interest in the Bonds. DTC will receive payments from the County, to be remitted by DTC to the Participants for subsequent disbursement to the Beneficial Owners. The ownership interest of each Beneficial Owner in the Bonds will be recorded on the records of the Participants whose ownership interest will be recorded on a computerized bookentry system kept by DTC. When reference is made to any action which is required or permitted to be taken by the Beneficial Owners, such reference shall only relate to those permitted to act (by statute, regulation or otherwise) on behalf of such Beneficial Owners for such purposes. When notices are given, they shall be sent by the County to DTC, and DTC shall forward (or cause to be forwarded) the notices to the Participants so that the Participants can forward the same to the Beneficial Owners. Beneficial Owners will receive written confirmations of their purchases from the Participants acting on behalf of the Beneficial Owners detailing the terms of the Bonds acquired. Transfers of ownership interests in the Bonds will be accomplished by book entries made by DTC and the Participants who act on behalf of the Beneficial Owners. Beneficial Owners will not receive certificates representing their ownership interest in the Bonds, except as specifically provided herein. Interest and principal will be paid when due by the County to DTC, then paid by DTC to the Participants and thereafter paid by the Participants to the Beneficial Owners. Section 5. The Bonds shall be in substantially the following form: (Form of Bond) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IOWA IDA COUNTY GENERAL OBLIGATION COUNTY URBAN RENEWAL BOND, SERIES 2018A No. _____ $_____ RATE, MATURITY DATE, BOND DATE, CUSIP ____%, June 1,_____ April 25, 2018 451053_____ Ida County (the “County”), State of Iowa, for value received, promises to pay on the maturity date of this Bond to Cede & Co. New York, New York or registered assigns, the principal sum of _____THOUSAND DOLLARS in lawful money of the United States of America upon presentation and surrender of this Bond at the office of Bankers Trust Company, Des Moines, Iowa (hereinafter referred to as the “Registrar” or the “Paying Agent”), with interest on said sum, until paid, at the rate per annum specified above from the date of this Bond, or from the most recent interest payment date on which interest has been paid, on June 1 and December 1 of each year, commencing December 1, 2018, except as the provisions hereinafter set forth with respect to redemption prior to maturity may be or become applicable hereto. Interest on this Bond is payable to the registered owner appearing on the registration books of the County at the close of business on the fifteenth day of the month next preceding the interest payment date and shall be paid to the registered owner at the address shown on such registration books. Interest shall be calculated on the basis of a 360-day year comprised of twelve 30-day months. This Bond shall not be valid or become obligatory for any purpose until the Certificate of Authentication hereon shall have been signed by the Registrar. This Bond is one of a series of General Obligation County Urban Renewal Bonds, Series 2018A (the “Bonds”) issued by the County to evidence its obligation under a certain loan agreement, dated as of April 25, 2018 (the “Loan Agreement”), entered into by the County for the purpose of paying the costs, to that extent, of undertaking urban renewal projects in the Ida County Urban Renewal Area consisting of constructing highway, bridge and culvert improvements.

The Bonds are issued pursuant to and in strict compliance with the provisions of Chapters 76, Section 331.402 and Section 331.441(2)(b) (14) of the Code of Iowa, 2017, and all other laws amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, and in conformity with a resolution of the Board of Supervisors adopted on April 9, 2018, approving the Loan Agreement and providing for the issuance and securing the payment of the Bonds (the “Resolution”), and reference is hereby made to the Resolution and the Loan Agreement for a more complete statement as to the source of payment of the Bonds and the rights of the owners of the Bonds. The County reserves the right to optionally prepay part or all of the principal of the Bonds maturing in each of the years 2028 to 2037, inclusive, prior to and in any order of maturity on June 1, 2027 or on any date thereafter upon terms of par and accrued interest. If less than all of the Bonds of any like maturity are to be redeemed, the particular part of those Bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by the Registrar by lot. The Bonds may be called in part in one or more units of $5,000. If less than the entire principal amount of any Bond in a denomination of more than $5,000 is to be redeemed, the Registrar will issue and deliver to the registered owner thereof, upon surrender of such original Bond, a new Bond or Bonds, in any authorized denomination, in a total aggregate principal amount equal to the unredeemed balance of the original Bond. Notice of such redemption as aforesaid identifying the Bond or Bonds (or portion thereof) to be redeemed shall be sent by electronic means or by certified mail to the registered owners thereof at the addresses shown on the County’s registration books not less than 30 days prior to such redemption date. Any notice of redemption may contain a statement that the redemption is conditioned upon the receipt by the Paying Agent of funds on or before the date fixed for redemption sufficient to pay the redemption price of the Bonds called for redemption, and that if funds are not available, such redemption shall be cancelled by written notice to the owners of the Bonds called for redemption in the same manner as the original redemption notice was sent. All of such bonds as to which the County reserves and exercises the right of redemption and as to which notice as aforesaid shall have been given and for the redemption of which funds are duly provided, shall cease to bear interest on the redemption date. This Bond is fully negotiable but shall be fully registered as to both principal and interest in the name of the owner on the books of the County in the office of the Registrar, after which no transfer shall be valid unless made on said books and then only upon presentation of this Bond to the Registrar, together with either a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the Registrar or the assignment form hereon completed and duly executed by the registered owner or the duly authorized attorney for such registered owner. The County, the Registrar and the Paying Agent may deem and treat the registered owner hereof as the absolute owner for the purpose of receiving payment of or on account of principal hereof, premium, if any, and interest due hereon and for all other purposes, and the County, the Registrar and the Paying Agent shall not be affected by any notice to the contrary. And It Is Hereby Certified and Recited that all acts, conditions and things required by the laws and Constitution of the State of Iowa, to exist, to be had, to be done or to be performed precedent to and in the issue of this Bond were and have been properly existent, had, done and performed in regular and due form and time; that provision has been made for the levy of a sufficient continuing annual tax on all the taxable property within the County for the payment of the principal of and interest on this Bond as the same will respectively become due; and that the total indebtedness of the County, including this Bond, does not exceed any constitutional or statutory limitations. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Ida County, Iowa, by its Board of Supervisors, has caused this Bond to be executed with the duly authorized facsimile signature of its Chairperson and attested with the duly authorized facsimile signature of its County Auditor, all as of April 25, 2018. IDA COUNTY, IOWA By: (DO NOT SIGN) Chairperson Attest: (DO NOT SIGN) County Auditor Registration Date: (Registration Date) REGISTRAR’S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION This Bond is one of the Bonds described in the within-mentioned resolution. BANKERS TRUST COMPANY Des Moines, Iowa Registrar By: (Signature) Authorized Officer ABBREVIATIONS The following abbreviations, when used in this Bond, shall be construed as though they were written out in full according to applicable laws or regulations: TEN COM-as tenants in common UTMA_______________ (Custodian) TEN ENT-as tenants by the entireties As Custodian for _______________ JT TEN-as joint tenants with right of survivorship and (Minor) not as tenants in common under Uniform Transfers to Minors Act_______ (State) Additional abbreviations may also be used though not in the list above. ASSIGNMENT For valuable consideration, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the undersigned assigns this Bond to (Please print or type name and address of Assignee) PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE and does hereby irrevocably appoint _____________________________ ___, Attorney, to transfer this Bond on the books kept for registration thereof with full power of substitution.

Dated: ________________________ Signature guaranteed: (Signature guarantee must be provided in accordance with the prevailing standards and procedures of the Registrar and Transfer Agent. Such standards and procedures may require signatures to be guaranteed by certain eligible guarantor institutions that participate in a recognized signature guarantee program.) NOTICE: The signature to this Assignment must correspond with the name of the registered owner as it appears on this Bond in every particular, without alteration or enlargement or any change whatever. Section 6. The Bonds shall be executed as herein provided as soon after the adoption of this resolution as may be possible and thereupon they shall be delivered to the Registrar for registration, authentication and delivery to or on behalf of the Underwriter upon receipt of the proceeds, including any original issue premium (the “Loan Proceeds”) from the sale of the Bonds, and all action heretofore taken in connection with the sale and award of the Bonds is hereby ratified and confirmed in all respects. A portion of the Loan Proceeds ($126,000) shall be retained by the Underwriter as the underwriter’s discount. A portion of the Loan Proceeds ($8,470,000) received from the sale of the Bonds, plus the additional proceeds ($2,114.50) (the “Project Proceeds”), shall be deposited in a dedicated fund (the “Project Fund”), which is hereby created, to be used for the payment of costs of the Projects and to the extent that Project Proceeds remain after the full payment of the costs of the Projects, such Proceeds, shall be transferred to the Debt Service Fund for the payment of interest on the Bonds. The Loan Proceeds received as capitalized interest proceeds ($456,776) shall be deposited into the Debt Service Fund for payment of interest on the Bonds as the same becomes due. The remainder of the Loan Proceeds ($32,900) (the “Cost of Issuance Proceeds”), received from the sale of the Bonds shall be deposited in the Project Fund, and shall be used for the payment of costs of issuance of the Bonds, and to the extent that Cost of Issuance Proceeds remain after the full payment of the costs of issuance of the Bonds, such Cost of Issuance Proceeds shall be transferred to the Debt Service Fund for the payment of interest on the Bonds. The County shall keep a detailed and segregated accounting of the expenditure of, and investment earnings on, the Loan Proceeds to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Internal Revenue Code, as hereinafter defined. Section 7. For the purpose of providing for the levy and collection of a direct annual tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Bonds as the same become due, there is hereby ordered levied on all the taxable property in the County the following direct annual tax for collection in each of the following fiscal years: For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $285,485; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $285,485; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $455,485; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $755,385; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023; sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $751,135; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2024, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $751,585; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2025, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $751,585; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2026, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $751,135; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2027, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $755,235; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2028, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $753,735; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2029, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $751,785; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2030, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $754,385; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2031, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $755,785; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2032, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $750,945; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2033, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $754,990; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2034, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $753,540; For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2035, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $755,590; and For collection in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2036, sufficient to produce the net annual sum of $755,915. Section 8. A certified copy of this resolution shall be filed with the County Auditor of Ida County, and the Auditor is hereby instructed to enter for collection and assess the tax hereby authorized. When annually entering such taxes for collection, the County Auditor shall include the same as a part of the tax levy for Debt Service Fund purposes of the County and when collected, the proceeds of the taxes shall be converted into the Debt Service Fund of the County and set aside therein as a special account to be used solely and only for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds hereby authorized and for no other purpose whatsoever. Any amount received by the County as accrued interest on the Bonds shall be deposited into such special account and used to pay interest due on the Bonds on the first interest payment date. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 76.4 of the Code of Iowa, each year while the Bonds remain outstanding and unpaid, any funds of the County which may lawfully be applied for such purpose, including incremental property tax revenues as provided for in Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa, may be appropriated, budgeted and, if received, used for the pay-

ment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds as the same become due, and if so appropriated, the taxes for any given fiscal year as provided for in Section 7 of this Resolution, shall be reduced by the amount of such alternate funds as have been appropriated for said purpose and evidenced in the County’s budget. The Board of Supervisors hereby declares and reaffirms its intention to use incremental property tax revenues, pursuant to Sections 403.12 and 403.19 of the Code of Iowa for the payment of principal of and interest on the Bonds. The Projects, as described in the preamble hereof, are hereby declared to be urban renewal projects of the County undertaken pursuant to the urban renewal plan for the Ida County Urban Renewal Area and the provisions of Chapter 403 of the Code of Iowa, and all action previously taken in this regard is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 9. The interest or principal and both of them falling due in any year or years shall, if necessary, be paid promptly from current funds on hand in advance of taxes levied and when the taxes shall have been collected, reimbursement shall be made to such current funds in the sum thus advanced. Section 10. It is the intention of the County that interest on the Bonds be and remain excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes pursuant to the appropriate provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and the Treasury Regulations in effect with respect thereto (all of the foregoing herein referred to as the “Internal Revenue Code”). In furtherance thereof, the County covenants to comply with the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code as they may from time to time be in effect or amended and further covenants to comply with the applicable future laws, regulations, published rulings and court decisions as may be necessary to insure that the interest on the Bonds will remain excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes. Any and all of the officers of the County are hereby authorized and directed to take any and all actions as may be necessary to comply with the covenants herein contained. The County hereby designates the Bonds as “Qualified Tax Exempt Obligations” as that term is used in Section 265(b)(3)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 11. The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has promulgated certain amendments to Rule 15c212 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (17 C.F.R. § 240.15c2-12) (the “Rule”) that make it unlawful for an underwriter to participate in the primary offering of municipal securities in a principal amount of $1,000,000 or more unless, before submitting a bid or entering into a purchase contract for such securities, an underwriter has reasonably determined that the issuer or an obligated person has undertaken in writing for the benefit of the holders of such securities to provide certain disclosure information to prescribed information repositories on a continuing basis so long as such securities are outstanding or unless and to the extent the offering is exempt from the requirements of the Rule. On the date of issuance and delivery of the Bonds, the County will execute and deliver a Continuing Disclosure Certificate pursuant to which the County will undertake to comply with the Rule. The County covenants and agrees that it will comply with and carry out the provisions of the Continuing Disclosure Certificate. Any and all of the officers of the County are hereby authorized and directed to take any and all actions as may be necessary to comply with the Rule and the Continuing Disclosure Certificate. Section 12. All resolutions or parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. Section 13. This resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its adoption and approval, as provided by law. Passed and approved April 9, 2018. /s/Rhett Leonard, Chair ATTEST: /s/ Lorna Steenbock, Auditor Leonard moved and Schubert seconded a motion to approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 18-16 Authorizing Adoption of Policies and Procedures Regarding Municipal Securities Disclosure. Motion carried, all voting Aye. RESOLUTION NO. 18-16 Resolution Authorizing Adoption of Policies and Procedures Regarding Municipal Securities Disclosure WHEREAS, pursuant to the laws of the State of Iowa, Ida County, Iowa, (the “County”) has publicly offered, and likely will issue and publicly offer in the future, its notes, bonds or other obligations (the “Bonds”); and WHEREAS, the County deems it necessary and desirable to adopt certain Policies and Procedures Regarding Municipal Securities Disclosure to be followed in connection with the issuance and on-going administration of publicly offered Bonds; and WHEREAS, the proposed Policies and Procedures Regarding Municipal Securities Disclosure are attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Disclosure Policies and Procedures”); NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Ida County, Iowa, as follows: Section 1. The Disclosure Policies and Procedures attached hereto as Exhibit A are hereby adopted and shall be dated as of the date hereof. Section 2. All resolutions or parts of resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. Passed and approved April 9, 2018. /s/Rhett Leonard, Chair; ATTEST: /s/Lorna Steenbock, Auditor

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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City of Battle Creek

Odebolt Arthur Battle Creek Ida Grove Community School District SUMMARY OF THE APRIL 9, 2018, REGULAR MEETING OF THE ODEBOLT ARTHUR BATTLE CREEK IDA GROVE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Odebolt Arthur Battle Creek Ida Grove (OABCIG) School Board met Monday, April 9, 2018, at 6:52 p.m. in the Elementary Media Center in Odebolt. The meeting followed the joint board meetings of the O-A and BC-IG Boards. Stephanie Konradi called the meeting to order. Board Secretary Kathy Leonard conducted a roll call as follows: Tony Bennett, present; Crystal Endrulat, present; Stephanie Konradi, present; Brad Lundell, present; Myra Meek, absent; Stacy Raasch, present; and Jeff Rasmussen, present. Also in attendance were Terry Kenealy, superintendent, and Kathy A. Leonard, Business Manager, and a few district patrons. It was moved by Lundell and seconded by Raasch to approve the agenda as published and the motion carried 6-0. At 6:53 p.m., Konradi opened the public hearing on the proposed FY 1819 school calendar. No one spoke for or against the issue. Kenealy answered board member questions regarding the calendar. Konradi closed the hearing at 7:04 p.m. Konradi welcomed visitors. No one spoke during the public forum portion of the meeting.

It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Raasch to approve the consent agenda consisting of minutes and the motion carried 6-0. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the bid from Drees Plumbing and Heating and award contracts in the amount of $460,000.00 for Base Bid 1 (Prime Construction) and $25,981.00 for Base Bid 2 (Temperature Controls) or a total bid cost of $485,981.00. The motion carried 5-0 for BC-IG. It was noted there was a $12,000 error in the base bid that would be submitted as a change order. It was moved by Rasmussen and seconded by Raasch to approve the FY 18-19 school calendar as presented for the OABCIG Community School District and the motion carried 6-0. It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Lundell to approve the agreement of service between Timberline Billing Service LLC and the OABCIG School District for 3 fiscal years, beginning July 1, 2018. The motion carried 6-0. It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the web hosting contract with JMC Computer Services and the OABCIG School District for the FY 18-19 school year and authorize the board president to sign the contract. The motion carried 6-0. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the health insurance plans proposed by Mercer Trust for OABCIG for FY 18-

19 and authorize Board Secretary to complete the necessary forms prior to July 1, 2018. The motion carried 6-0. The plans offered will be Copay 500, Copay 1250, Select 2000 and MV6350E with the district paying 95% of the copay 1250 plan for qualified staff. It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Lundell to approve the Administrative Services Agreement for 403b Plan Administration between the State of Iowa Department of Administrative Services and OABCIG School District and authorize the board president to sign. The motion carried 6-0. The next regular OABCIG board meeting will be held Monday, May 14, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in Odebolt. It was noted a joint work session with the boards and facilities’ committee will be held Monday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the elementary music room in Ida Grove. The OA and OABCIG boards will hold a special meeting Monday, April 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the elementary music room in Ida Grove to approve accessibility project bids. It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Lundell to adjourn. The motion carried 6-0 and the meeting adjourned at 7:16 p.m. Kathy A. Leonard, OABCIG Board Secretary

City of Galva

Patricia Niemeier, Enrich Iowa $62.99 Paul Larson Insurance, Bond $100.00 Quill, Office Supplies $202.01 Library Supplies $17.98 Region XII COG, Western Ia. Advantage Banquet $20.00 Schaller Telephone,, Library Phone Bill $41.68 City Hall Phone $26.85 SIMPCO, Western Ia. Housing Trust $2,032.00 Treasurer State of Iowa, State W/H Tax $718.00 Treasurer State of Iowa, 1st Qtr. Sales Tax $1,580.00 United Bank of Iowa, Water Meter Loan Pyment. $7,160.54 USA Bluebook, WW Plant Supplies $163.41 Walmart Community/GECRB, Books $323.21 Woman’s Day, Subscription $8.56 Mark Vogt, Salary-Snow Removal $93.53 Mike Vondrak, Salary-Snow Removal $97.43 Brad Pedersen, Salary $621.56 Jim Rasmussen, Salary $1,253.84 Insurance Stipend $221.40 Anita Brandt, Salary $2,750.00 Insurance Stipend $583.33 Patricia Niemeier, Salary $972.04 Insurance Stipend $230.00 Judy Whitmer, Salary $95.00 Cindee Lichter, Salary $76.00 Mary Wiese, Salary $28.50 $57,913.94 RECEIPT SUMMARY BY FUND – GENERAL–$5,434.42; ROAD USE– 2,801.37; EMERGENCY–13.35; LOST– 5,396.94; TRUST & AGENCY–49.66; WATER UTILITY–11,861.79; RESERVE FUND–153.00; DEPRECIATION FUND– 249.00; SEWER UTILITY–5,072.12; SOLID WASTE–$4,567.39. DISBURSEMENT SUMMARY BY FUND–GENERAL–$17,655.68, ROAD USE FUND–2,059.25, WATER FUND– 17,734.77, SEWER FUND–3,848.99, SOLID WASTE–10,608.95, T & A–11.00; LOST–$4,392.70. IDA COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT–Sheriff Harriman talked with the council about the recent happenings in the county. RITA FRAHM–HOUSING NEEDS

APRIL 10, 2018 BATTLE CREEK, IA The Battle Creek City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Hall. Mayor Holmes presided over the meeting. Council members present were: Judy Schau, Dan Hedberg and Jill Wingert. Myra Meek and Todd Riessen were absent. Mayor Holmes called the meeting to order. Motion by Schau, seconded by Wingert to approve the agenda and minutes. Motion approved. Tim Burow presented the financials for March and reported that the ambulance has two new members. Lynne Bjorholm inquired about closing Maple Street along Annie Laurie Park’s north side from 10 a.m.–8 p.m. on June 9th. Motion by Wingert, seconded by Schau to approve this request. Motion carried. Several complaints have been received regarding nuisances throughout town. The clerk was directed to send out several letters. Everyone is encouraged to clean up their properties and remove junk vehicles. Craig Young reported that chopper

ASSESSMENT–Ms. Frahm talked with the council about an Ida County Housing Needs Analysis prepared by Viewpoint Consulting Group, Inc. RITA FRAHM –IDA COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/WESTERN IOWA ADVANTAGE–Following discussion, motion by Wiese second by Freese to give $500 to Western Iowa Advantage to promote Galva. All ayes. Motion carried. WASTEWATER PROJECT–Tom Graft of I & S Group updated the council on the wastewater plant upgrade. The council also talked about location for the new plant. Tom noted that the city would need to stay away from any flood plains. BUILDING PERMIT–MIKE ANSON– ACCESSORY BUILDING–Following discussion, motion by Freese second by Wiese to approve the application for an accessory building and deck. All ayes. Motion carried. BUILDING PERMIT–KEN LANGLE– FENCE–Following discussion, motion by table by Freese second by Wiese until more information can be obtained. All ayes. Motion carried. POSSIBLE STREET DANCE–Following discussion for both, Sizzlin J and B & C’s Melody Inn, to participate in a street dance following the car show in the park, motion by Brosamle second by Freese to allow the bars to close Main Street. All ayes. Motion carried. WATER SERVICE LINE AT 208 MONONA STREET–It was decided to remove the water service line at the above address so the property owner can install a driveway. IN OTHER BUSINESS, THE COUNCIL DISCUSSED: •Paving, service lines and marking property lines for Phase III of South View. •Little League. •Trees on Main Street hanging lower than 15’. •Junk Vehicles. There being no further business, the council adjourned upon motion by Wiese. Mayor Stan Nading ATTEST: City Clerk/Treasurer Anita Brandt, IACMC/MMC (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

pumps have been installed at the lift station and he has and will be blading alleys and filling potholes. Motion by Wingert, seconded by Hedberg to approve Sparky’s cigarette and liquor license and to approve Fred’s Place liquor license. Motion carried. Motion by Schau, seconded by Wingert to approve the bills and reports. Motion approved. Hedberg moved to adjourn at 7:50 p.m. Schau seconded and motion approved. Diane Lansink, City Clerk/Treasurer Lloyd Holmes, Mayor CLAIMS: 03/15/18 – 4/11/18: Allied Systems, equipment $36,487; Battle Creek Ambulance, support $5,500; Battle Creek Library, support $8,750; Bomgaars, supplies $459.02; Brown Supply, supplies $915; Craig Young, uniform allowance $160.32; DEMCO, supplies $51.23; Diane Lansink, supplies $118.63; EFTPS, taxes $2,111.36; Ferguson, supplies $40.40; Frontier, utilities $844.23; Good Housekeeping, subscription $32.07; HACH, supplies $301.70; Hallett Materials, supplies $317.31; Hoffman Agency, insurance $18,683.81; Hundermark Cleaning Systems, equipment $2,800; Ida County Sanitation, monthly

bill $5,062.83; Ida County Sheriff, law $25,928.75; Iowa Dept. of Revenue, sales tax $383.96; IPERS, pension $1,349.45; Jeremy Krayenhagen, refund $60.38; Lloyd Holmes, mileage $15.24; Mangold, testing $129; Mid-America Publishing, publications $69.42; MidAmerican, utilities $2,453.70; Overdrive, subscription $83.36; Postmaster, postage $105; PQL, lighting $1,918.21; Selections, supplies $76.35; Stan Houston Equipment, supplies $599.25; Treasurer, withholding $1,087; USA Bluebook, safety equipment $985.69; WITCC, fire school $450; Payroll (3/6/18) $3.208.10; Payroll (3/20/18) $3,682.71. DISBURSEMENTS: General $13,781.03; Library $1,214.90; RUT $7,219.67; T&A $577.44; Water $6,807.20; Sewer $6,386.28; Garbage $6,294.60; Storm Water $11.55. REVENUE: General $10,679.66; Library $7; RUT $6,349.81; T&A $178.72; Emergency $73.96; LOST $9,902.36; Debt Service $35.68; Sign Project $1,611.63; Water $7,033.39; Sewer $5,665.16; Garbage $5,259.52; Storm Water $1,669.27. (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

PUBLIC NOTICE Battle Creek-Ida Grove Community School District

(Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

PUBLIC NOTICE APRIL 9, 2018 The Galva City Council met in regular session on the above date with Mayor Nading presiding. Council members present: Brosamle, Freese, Wiese and Wood. Absent: Schossow. Guests: Wade Harriman, Rita Frahm and Tom Graft. Motion by Brosamle, second by Wood, approving the agenda. All ayes. Motion carried. Motion by Brosamle second by Wood, approving the Consent Agenda. All ayes. Motion carried. Consent Agenda: a. minutes of March 12, 2018; b. Clerk/ Treasurer’s Financial Reports, c. Mayor Proclamation–Home Rule; d. Allow Bills Presented. CLAIMS REPORT 4-9-2018 VENDOR, REFERENCE AMOUNT Agnew Soseman Insurance, Insurance Premium $12,514.00 Anita Brandt, Reimburse Mileage $152.60 Badger Meter, Beacon Services $199.36 Baker & Taylor, Books $232.55 Builders Sharpening, JD Mower/Filter/Blade $4,267.70 Busch Systems Int., Recycling Tubs $308.10 Council Bluffs Online, LLC, Website & Domain Name $125.00 Country Sampler, Subscription $19.98 Cherokee Rural Water, Purchase of Water $5,980.50 Demco, Library Supplies $25.65 EFTPS, Fed./FICA Tax $1,482.93 Foundation Analytical Lab, WW Testing $18.00 G & C’s Full Service, Repairs $288.62 Fuel $93.69 Galva Post Office, Postage $255.00 Gaylord Brothers, Office Supplies $190.36 Holstein Sanitation Inc., Residential Contract $9,634.04 IPERS, IPERS $874.43 IRS, Penalty $11.00 Mangold Environmental, Testing Water $39.00 Mid-America Publishing, Publications $109.35 MidAmerican Energy, St. Light Utilities Gl. 1599.24 Patricia Niemeier, Mileage $23.98

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BC-IG SCHOOLS’ APRIL VENDOR REPORT GENERAL FUND #10: Vendor Name, Description Check Total Amazon, Instructional Supplies $52.89 Auditor, State of Iowa, Annual Audit Fee 625.00 BMO Harris Mastercard, District Supplies 4,261.72 Bomgaars, General Supplies 705.46 C.W. Publishing, Instructional Supplies 181.00 Cengage Learning, Textbooks 3,443.70 Centerpoint Energy Services Inc., Natural Gas 2,273.43 Central Iowa Distributing Inc., District Maintenance Supplies 317.90 City of Battle Creek, Water & Sewer/BC Bldgs. 30.50 City of Ida Grove, Water & Sewer/IG Bldgs. 381.43 Cornerstone Geospatial Consulting, Contracted Service 450.00 DHS Cashier 1st Fl., State Portion Medicaid 6,468.25 Franck & Sextro, P.L.C., Legal Services 630.00 Frontier Communications, Phone Service 575.07 Grote, Kendra, Staff Reimbursement 86.40 Ida County CourierReminder, Inc., Advertising/Legal Notices 582.22 Ida County Sanitation Inc., Garbage Collection Services 534.50 Ida Grove Cenex/HASH Inc., General Supplies 2,215.41 Ida Grove Food Pride, General & Food Supplies 285.91 Iowa Communications Network, Long Distance/ ICN/Internet 264.09 Iowa High School Music Assoc., Dues/ Registrations 405.00 Iowa High School Speech Assoc., Dues/ Registrations 83.00 J.W. Pepper & Son Inc., Music Supplies 223.45 Jones School Supply Company, Drama Awards 204.75 KCK’s Food & Fuel, Supplies 34.00 Leonard, Kathy, Reimbursement 86.88 Malcom’s Paint & Hardware, Maint.

Supplies 303.13 Matheson Tri Gas Inc., General Supplies 37.19 MBW Products LLC, Contracted Serv., Ice 706.64 MidAmerican Energy, Electricity & Nat. Gas 9,625.50 Mile 2 Tire & Lube, Tires & Repairs 34.00 Neal Moeller Nature Center, Admission 52.00 Nolte, Cornman & Johnson P.C., Auditing 3,960.00 Odebolt Lumber, General Supplies 110.24 Odebolt-Arthur Comm. School, Misc. Reimbursements 165,459.54 Plank Road Publishing Inc., Instructional Supplies 50.40 Pronto-Phillips 66, General Supplies 3,655.84 Quill Corporation, General Supplies 108.39 Reis Auto Parts and Service, Bus/Auto Service 6,277.56 Renze, Brian, Reimbursement 64.00 Rutten Vacuum Center, Maint. Supplies 35.98 Schau Towing & Salvage, Inc., Towing Service 300.00 Sioux City Community School District, Tuition Reimbursement 5,324.04 Smith Construction, Contracted Service 797.00 Timberline Billing Service LLC, Contracted Service 546.63 Ullrich, Dale, Reimbursement 267.25 United States Cellular, Cellular Phone Service 59.44 Vetter Equipment Co., Mower Parts 433.77 Wunschel’s Service, District Vehicle Fuel 83.45 Fund Total 223,693.95 GENERAL FUNDDONATION ACCOUNTS #12: Dollar General Charge Sales, Miscellaneous Supplies 36.50 Northwest AEA, Copies/ Regist./Gen. Supplies 45.65 OABCIG Dollars for Scholars, Donation 40.00 Fund Total 122.15 BC-IG HS ACTIVITY FUND #21: Amazon, Instructional Supplies 970.46 BC-IG C.S.D.- General Fund, Hot Lunch Payroll Expense 50.40 BMO Harris Mastercard, District Supplies 2,606.93 Buena Vista University, Registration/ Scholarships 325.00

Dannco Inc., Athletic Supplies 1,476.00 Graphic Edge, Screen Printing 335.00 Hyvee #1224, Supplies 10,583.51 Ida Grove Cenex/HASH Inc., General Supplies 208.51 Ida Grove Food Pride, General & Food Supplies 5,431.39 Jam’n Audio Services, DJ 300.00 Mumm Soft Water, Supplies 35.00 Nieman, Randy, Reimbursement 27.94 Pepsi-Cola, Pop 2.35 Selections, General Supplies 19.57 Fund Total 22,372.06 SAVE FUND #33: CW Suter & Son, Inc., Contracted Service 1,990.53 Edsen Electric, Inc., Electrical Services 1,014.54 Fund Total 3,005.07 PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT LVY #36: Alloy Specialty Inc., Contracted Services 450.00 EDA Engineering Design Associates, Building Repairs 28,340.53 Matheson Tri Gas Inc., General Supplies 786.80 Unite Private Networks, LLC, Tech Service 7.00 Fund Total 29,584.33 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND #61: BC-IG C.S.D.- General Fund, Hot Lunch Payroll Expense 15,016.62 Hiland Dairy, Dairy Products-Nutrition 1,927.69 Keck, Inc., Storage Fees/ Commodities 1,075.63 Martin Brothers, Food Supplies 7,979.38 Mumm Soft Water, Supplies 67.60 Renze, Mary, Employee Reimbursement 130.48 Roger’s Pest Control LLC, Contracted Service 123.00 Sara Lee Bakery Group/ Earthgrains, Hot Lunch Bread Products 752.35 Fund Total 27,072.75 GRAND TOTAL ALL FUNDS 305,850.31 MARCH PAYROLL Wages 410,169.66 FICA 25,104.43 Medicare 5,871.24 IPERS 36,354.01 Insurance 46,876.79 TOTAL PAYROLL $524,376.13 (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

PUBLIC NOTICE Ida County Board of Supervisors

(continued from page 12) The following claims were approved: GENERAL BASIC: Adams Motor Co., Vehicle Repairs $856.68 Amazon, Supplies 646.84 Bohlmann Inc., Bench/Pad 600.00 Bomgaars, Supplies 365.50 Century Business Products Inc., Copier Maintenance 43.75 Cherokee County Sheriff, Service Fee 34.00 City of Ida Grove, UtilityCourthouse 167.09 Clay Co. Sheriff-Ia., Ag7450 Service Fees 37.00 Counsel, Copier Lease 204.24 Culligan of Ida Grove, Chlorine Packets 132.44 Custom Made Products Co., Box Scraper 2,900.00 Danielle Bennett, Mileage/ Lodging 262.47 Election Source, Pollbook Bags 371.25 Frontier, April Phone Charges 375.42 Grinnell Police Dept., Court Services 57.89 Hemer Plumbing & Heating, Jail Repairs 500.95 Horn Public Health, Ph. th Grant/4 Qtr. 29,871.77 Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Service Fee 75.00 Ida County Sanitation Inc., Services-March 159.78 Ida County Secondary Rds., July-Mar. Fuels 2,156.00 Ida County Sheriff Dept., Court Services 721.31 Interstate Mechanical Corp., Pump Repair-Courthouse 359.06 Iowa County Attorneys’ Association, FY2019 Dues 336.00 Iowa Office Supply Inc., Office Supplies 282.70 Iowa Prison Industries, Signs 35.90 Iowa Secretary of State, NCOA Cards 46.97 ISACA Treasurer, 2Registrations/Dues 325.00 Karen Maricle, Cleaning

03/29/18 50.00 Kelly Young, Cleaning 02/04/18 50.00 Linn County Sheriff’s Office, Service Fee 41.90 Long Lines Internet, April Internet 55.45 Lorna Steenbock, Lodging/ Meals/Mileage 486.12 Malcom’s Paint & Hardware, Custodial Supplies 19.97 Mapleton Vet Clinic, Dog Quarantine 146.00 Marion Police Dept., Court Services 25.00 Mid-America Publishing Corp., Notices/Ads 1,221.60 MidAmerican Energy, Utility 3,073.50 Monona County Sheriff’s Office, Service Fee 53.98 North West REC, UtilityCCRA 497.00 Noteboom Implement LLC, Parts/Maintenance 245.19 Odebolt Lumber, Lumber 798.00 Office Systems Company, Copier Contract 87.00 Pathology Medical Services of Siouxland PC, Services 200.00 Pitney Bowes Global Financial Services LLC, Jan.-Mar. 2018 Postage Meter Lease 331.32 Postmaster, Postage-Co. Attny. 142.00 Public Safety Agency Fun., FY18 4th qtr. 148,657.25 Rachel A. Johns, Interpreter Fees 855.00 Roger’s Pest Control, Pest Control 40.00 Sac County Sheriff’s Office, Service Fee 92.80 Siouxland Regional Transit th System, 4 Qtr. FY2018 3,718.25 Solutions Inc., Subscription Office365 181.63 Super 8 Ida Grove, LodgingConservation Program 111.99 Supplyworks, Custodial Supplies 521.10 Thies Printing LLC, Printing Services 45.00 Thomson Reuters-West Payment Center, January

Services 912.87 U S Cellular, Cell Phone 119.76 US Postal Service, Postage Paid Envelopes 290.30 Valley Veterinary Center, Dog Quarantine 200.00 Wibe & Phillips, Postage Reimbursement 69.03 General Basic Total: 205,264.02 MH-DD SERVICES FUND: Rolling Hills, 4th qtr. FY2018 57,401.25 MH-DD Services Fund Total: 57,401.25 RURAL BASIC: Arthur Public Library, FY2018 2nd-Half 421.00 Battle Creek Library, FY2018 2nd-Half 1,458.00 Galva Public Library, FY2018 2nd-Half 887.00 Holstein Public Library, 2,854.00 FY2018 2nd-Half Ida Grove Library, FY2018 nd 2 -Half 4,380.00 Rural Basic Total: 10,000.00 SECONDARY ROAD: Aramark, Sundry 237.20 Bomgaars, Tools/Parts/Oil/ Safety/Other 436.15 Calhoun-Burns & Associates Inc., Outside Engineering 7,467.40 City of Arthur, Utilities 128.78 City of Battle Creek, Sundry 15.25 City of Holstein, Utilities 32.66 City of Ida Grove, Utilities 33.69 CJ Cooper & Associates Inc., Safety 70.00 Counsel, Sundry 166.53 Equipment Blades Inc., Blades 2,549.45 Fastenal Company, Parts 49.80 Frontier, Utilities 77.44 Frontier, April Phone Charges 97.66 Hallett Materials, Materials 3,117.40 Horn Memorial Hospital, Safety 585.00 Ida County Sanitation Inc., Utilities 18.56 Ida Grove NAPA, Parts/Tools/ Supplies 420.00 Independent Salt Company, Materials 4,629.00 Inland Truck Parts Co., Parts 89.31 Integrity Freight & Logistics LLC, Materials 2,323.50

Interstate Power Systems Inc., Parts, Sundry, Outside Service 1,516.00 Iowa Office Supply Inc., Supplies 740.95 Iowa Prison Industries, Signs 642.30 Jebro Inc., Used Oil 49.20 Jeo Consulting Group Inc., Consultant 46,510.00 Jim Hawk Truck Trailers Inc., Parts 162.48 Little Falls Machine Inc., Parts 263.74 Martin Marietta Aggregates, Granular 6,104.40 MBW Products LLC, Parts 672.22 Mid-America Publishing Corp., Publications 191.90 MidAmerican Energy, Utilities 765.16 Midwest Wheel Company, Parts 531.85 Mile 2 Tire & Lube, Tires 88.00 North American Truck and Trailer, Parts 73.37 North West REC, Utilities 830.06 Noteboom Implement LLC, Parts 2,577.80 Pomp’s Tire Service Inc., Tires 4,236.00 Powerplan, Parts 520.07 Rees Mack Sales & Service, Parts 223.25 RFG Logistics, Material 1,603.48 Schau Towing & Salvage, Outside Services 7,501.83 Sexton Oil Co, Diesel 17,556.63 Sioux City Foundry Co., Parts 101.51 Sundquist Engineering PC, Outside Engineering 6,505.50 TNT Brush, Sundry 194.00 Verizon Wireless, Supplies 40.01 Vetter Equipment, Brush Cutting 93.19 Ziegler Inc., Parts 57.65 Secondary Road Total: 122,897.33 REAP: Danielle Bennett, Mileage/ Lodging 96.79 Iowa DNR, Certification 25.00 Reap Total: 121.79 IDA COUNTY SELF FUNDING: Benefits, Inc.-ACH, PSF Medical 76.32 Benefits Inc., SF Medical

Premium 672.00 Ida County Self FundIng Total: 748.32 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: Frontier, April Phone Charges 6.23 Pronto, Fuel Acct30 203.82 3,162.60 SIMPCO, 2nd Half Hazmat Emergency Management Total: 3,372.65 E911 SURCHARGE AGENCY FUND: Amazon, Video Card/Switch 56.18 Centurylink, Lines 712-233-0022 286.26 Frontier, April Service 56.23 Frontier Comm. of Iowa (213), Lines 524.25 E911 Surcharge Agency Fund Total: 922.92 PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY: Adams Motor Co., Vehicle Maint. 50.08 Advanced Systems Inc., Copier Maint./Copies 104.15 Bob Barker Company Inc., Jail Supplies 81.16 Bomgaars, K9 Supplies Acct. 070566 42.99 Casey’s General Store Inc., Fuel 1,158.36 Dept. Criminal Investigations, Registrations-2 120.00 Frontier, April Phone Charges 223.20 Gorden’s Body Shop Inc., Parts/Labor 1,093.00 Hawkeye Comm. CollegeCedar Falls, Registrations-2 190.00 Horn Memorial Hospital, Prisoner Meals-Easter 60.00 Ida County Clerk of Court, Court Costs 120.00 Ida Grove Cenex/HASH Inc., March Fuel 1,586.35 Ida Grove Food Pride, Jail Meals/Supplies Acct.166 2,513.22 Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, Registrations 1,300.00 Iowa Narcotics Officers Assoc., Memberships-3 75.00 Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment, Uniform 249.69 Keltek Inc., Vehicle Equipment 5,733.58 Long Lines Internet, InternetSheriff 7.75

Lovett Enterprises Inc., Storage-May 60.00 Marco Inc., Copier Lease 150.15 Marlin Business Bank, Computer Lease 4,764.18 Mercy Business Health Services, Employee Evaluation 220.00 Mile 2 Tire & Lube, Vehicle Maintenance 91.54 Postmaster, Stamps-Sheriff 75.00 Pronto, Fuel 1,069.15 Selections, 2 Hubs 19.98 Shopko Stores Operating Co. LLC, Jail Supplies 31.46 Solutions Inc., Backup April 659.40 Stew Hansen Dodge City, 2018 Dodge Charger 24,408.00 Treat America Food Services, Meals-Jail School 36.67 U S Cellular, Air Cards 485.00 Valley Veterinary Center, K9 Office-Nera 146.34 VISA, Fuel/Postage/Meals/ Lodging 2,060.36 Vollmar Motors Inc., Vehicle Maint. 139.29 Public Safety Agency Total: 49,125.05 COUNTY ASSESSOR: Counsel, Copier Maintenance 55.68 Frontier, April Phone Charges 20.76 Joe Cronin, March 2018 Mileage 154.52 Long Lines Internet, Internet Service-Assessor 7.75 COUNTY ASSESSOR TOTAL: 238.71 $450,092.04 The Board acknowledged receipt of manure management plans from Tri R Pork. There being no further business, the Board adjourned to meet again at 9:00 a.m., Monday, April 23, 2018, or on call of the Chair. /s/ Lorna Steenbock Auditor /s/ Rhett A. Leonard Chair

(Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)


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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Ida County Courier

From the Ida County Sheriff ’s Log Thursday, April 5 Oficers received 13 calls for service. Among the calls were two trafic stops. 1:42 p.m.: Road hazard at 130th Street/Highway 59 2:35 p.m.: Brush/grass ire in the 2400 block of German Avenue 3:06 p.m.: Test in the 700 block of Second Street 3:25 p.m.: Non-family civil dispute in the 100 block of Crawford Street 5:28 p.m.: Reckless driving, speeding, at German Avenue/ Highway 175 6:26 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 700 block of Elm Street 6:35 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 2600 block of Market Avenue 6:37 p.m.: Unconscious, breathing, in the 500 block of Second Street 6:58 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 1300 block of Indian Avenue 7:18 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 300 block of Altona Street 9:53 p.m.: Warrant check in the 300 block of Walnut Street Friday, April 6 Oficers received 27 calls for service. Among the calls were seven trafic stops, three abandoned 911 calls, one 911 transfer, one Basic Life Suppert (BLS) transfer and one call to talk to an oficer. 8:08 a.m.: Vehicle unlock in the 800 block of Maple Street 9:21 a.m.: Welfare check 9:59 a.m.: Civil paper service in the 1500 block of Kiel Street 10:09 a.m.: Urinalysis at the courthouse 10:15 a.m.: Civil paper service in the 5000 block of 110th Street 2:55 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 1100 block of Fifth Street 3:11 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 100 block of Main Street 3:56 p.m.: Urinalysis at the courthouse 4:41 p.m.: Urinalysis at the courthouse 4:50 p.m.: Civil paper service in the 400 block of Moorehead Street 5:23 p.m.: Suspicious person/activity in the 2200 block of Highway 59 7:44 p.m.: Motorist assist at Jasper Avenue/Highway 20 8:28 p.m.: Reckless driving, speeding, in the 5400 block of Highway 20 8:47 p.m.: Animal complaint in the 5600 block of Highway 175 Saturday, April 7 Oficers received 32 calls for service. Among the calls were 15 trafic stops, two calls to talk to an oficer, one BLS transfer and one 911 wrong number. 4:59 a.m.: Hit and run at Noble Avenue/Highway 175 8:09 a.m.: Criminal mischief in the 1900 block of Highway 59 8:12 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 2400 block of Carriage Avenue

8:50 a.m.: Fraud/scam in the 5600 block of 255th Street 11:26 a.m.: Warrant at the courthouse 12:12 p.m.: Property found at the courthouse 2:34 p.m.: Domestic disturbance in the 200 block of Monona Street 4:35 p.m.: Brush/grass ire in the 6400 block of 10th Avenue 5:06 p.m.: Animal complaint in the 400 block of First Street 8:29 p.m.: Brush/grass ire at Eagle Avenue/Highway 20 8:57 p.m.: Reckless driving, speeding, in the 5400 block of Highway 20 11:14 p.m.: Warrant at the courthouse Sunday, April 8 Oficers received 19 calls for service. Among the calls were six trafic stops, two abandoned 911 calls, one Advanced Life Support (ALS) transfer and one call to talk to an oficer. 8:29 a.m.: Fall/back injury in the 400 block of First Street 11:27 a.m.: Accident, property damage only, at 200th Street/Highway 59 12:15 p.m.: Controlled burn at 270th Street/Jasper Avenue 5:46 p.m.: Parking complaint in the 100 block of Main Street 6:58 p.m.: Health and safety check 7:46 p.m.: Animal complaint in the 100 block of Altona Street 8:16 p.m.: Non-family civil dispute in the 100 block of Crawford street 9:07 p.m.: Harassment/ threats in the 100 block of Crawford Street 9:54 p.m.: Jail activity Monday, April 9 Oficers received 26 calls for service. Among the calls were three trafic stops, two calls to talk to an oficer, one ALS transfer and one abandoned 911 call. 12:53 a.m.: Suspicious person/activity in the 600 block of Walnut Street 1:09 a.m.: Chest/heart pain in the 6200 block of 210th Street 5:21 a.m.: Motorist assist at market Avenue/Highway 175 5:24 a.m.: Motorist assist at 220th Street/Highway 59 5:39 a.m.: Motorist assist at 250th Street/Alpine Avenue 6:14 a.m.: Vehicle unlock in the 5400 block of Hillside Way 6:41 a.m.: Accident, property damage only, in the 5600 block of Highway 20 8:04 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 1600 block of Orchard Avenue 8:24 a.m.: Warrant at the courthouse 8:37 a.m.: Motorist assist at 270th Street/Jasper Avenue 10:04 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 2200 block of Carriage Avenue 10:11 a.m.: Civil paper service in the 600 block of Morningside Street 11:22 a.m.: Warrant at the courthouse 3:35 p.m.: Sick/lu-like symptoms in the 500 block of

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Storm Water Discharge PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM WATER DISCHARGE Doppler Farms, Inc., plans to submit a Notice of Intent to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to be covered under the NPDES General Permit No. 2, Storm Water Discharge associated with Industrial Activity for Construction Activities. The storm water discharge will be from construction of confinement located in NW¼, NW¼ Section 18, T88N, R40W, Ida County. Storm water will be discharged from 1 point source and will be discharged to the following streams: Battle Creek. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, 502 E. 9th Street, Des Moines, IA, 503190034. The public may review the Notice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the above address after it has been received by the department. (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Your Right to Know LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Hearing To: ZACHARY THOMAS You are hereby notified that an Adjudicatory hearing is scheduled in the Child in Need of Assistance proceedings, Case Number JVJV001250, involving L.A. An adjudication hearing will be held on April 24, 2018, at 1:00 p.m. at the Ida County Courthouse. You are further notified that failure to be present for the hearings may result in your rights being affected. This case has been filed in a County that uses electronic filing. You must register through the Iowa Judicial Brand website at http://www.iowacourts.state. ia.us/Efile and obtain a log in and password for the purpose of filing and viewing documents on your case and of receiving service and notices from the Court. Published by: Meghann Cosgrove Whitmer Ida County Attorney 401 Moorehead Street Ida Grove, Iowa 51445 (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Sunset Avenue 4:22 p.m.: Trafic control in the 1600 block of Kiel Street 4:24 p.m.: Trafic control in the 1600 block of Kiel Street 5:43 p.m: Vehicle unlock in the 400 block of Lamp Kastner Drive 5:48 p.m.: Non-family civil dispute in the 400 block of Moorehead Street 5:57 p.m.: Theft/shoplifting in the 400 block of Second Street Tuesday, April 10 Oficers received 38 calls for service. Among the calls were 20 trafic stops, two BLS transfers, one 911 wrong number and one abandoned 911 call. 12:30 a.m.: Sick/lu-like symptoms in the 500 block of Lubeck Street 6:22 a.m.: Warrant at the courthouse 7:40 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 6000 block of Highway 175 8:55 a.m.: Motorist assist in the 2000 block of Indorf Avenue 9:53 a.m.: Welfare check 10:35 a.m.: Fall/back injury in the 600 block of Second Street 11:57 a.m.: Vehicle unlock in the 1400 block of Sixth Street 1:21 p.m.: Suspicious person/activity in the 5700 block of 330th Street 3:46 p.m.: Reckless driving, speeding, at Orchard Avenue/ Highway 175 5:08 p.m.: Assistance in the 2200 block of Hidden Avenue 8:05 p.m.: Animal complaint in the 500 block of Sixth Street 9:06 p.m.: Assist outside agency at the courthouse 9:22 p.m.: Stolen vehicle in the 100 block of Kiel Street 9:38 p.m.: Warrant check in the 1100 block of Alpine Avenue Wednesday, April 11 Oficers received 31 calls for service. Among the calls were 12 trafic stops, three calls to talk to an oficer, two 911 transfers and two abandoned 911 calls. 1:39 a.m.: Motorist assist at Jasper Avenue/Highway 20 9:17 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 6100 block of 260th Street 10 a.m.: Trafic control in the 300 block of Second Street 11:36 a.m.: Assist outside agency at the courthouse 11:52 a.m.: Controlled burn in the 3100 block of Eagle Avenue 1:24 p.m.: Fraud/scam in the 800 block of Byron Godbersen Drive 2:13 p.m.: Assist outside agency in the 200 block of Monona Street 2:20 p.m.: Burglary in the 400 block of Main Street 3:36 p.m.: Alarm in the 1600 block of Landmark Avenue 4:18 p.m.: Fall/back injury in the 400 block of Iowa Street 5:29 p.m.: Reckless driving, speeding, at 220th Street/ German Avenue 11:22 p.m.: Warrant at the courthouse.

PUBLIC NOTICE City of Ida Grove CITY OF IDA GROVE BOWLING ALLEY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEETING APRIL 6, 2018 - NOON Transportation Chairman, Scott Tomlinson, called the meeting to order at 12:00 p.m. with the following Council Members present: Paul Cates and Gregor Ernst. Others in attendance were: Mayor-Devlun Whiteing, Deputy Administrator-Heather Sweeden and City Attorney-Peter Goldsmith. Motion by Council Member Cates to approve the agenda, second by Council Member Ernst. On a unanimous vote, motion carried. Motion by Council Member Ernst to have Sweeden discuss with the City Maintenance crew to attempt to minimize the amount of snow pushed on the sidewalks because of the unique situation at Twin Pines. Second by Council Member Cates. On a unanimous vote, motion carried. Motion by Council Member Ernst to adjourn, second by Council Member Cates. On a unanimous vote, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 12:22 p.m. /s/ Devlun Whiteing, Mayor Attest: /s/ Heather Sweeden, Deputy Administrator (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

Depues make warrant, drug, mimus arrests The Ida County Sheriff’s Ofice has released information on arrests made during the past week. On April 6, Justin Allan Nystrom, 37, of Battle Creek was arrested on an outstanding Cherokee County warrant for burglary in the irst degree and obstructing an emergency 911 call. He was taken into custody by Ida County deputies and later released into the custody of the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Ofice. On April 6, Angela Ann Whaler, 25, of Sioux Falls, S.D., was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The charges were iled following a trafic stop in rural Ida County. She was released pending a court appearance. On April 7, Drew Michael Hardiman, 24, of Galva was arrested and charged with domestic abuse assault following an incident that occurred in Galva. He was transported to the Ida County jail where he was held overnight. He was released the following day after appearing before the magistrate. On April 7, Shannon Marie Neumann, 38, of Carroll was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The charges were iled following a trafic stop in Ida Grove. She was released pending a court

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PUBLIC NOTICE City of Ida Grove CITY OF IDA GROVE BOWLING ALLEY POLICY AND PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING APRIL 6, 2018 – 12:30 p.m. Policy and Planning Chairman, Gregor Ernst, called the meeting to order at 12:23 p.m. with the following Council Members present: Paul Cates and Ryan Goodman. Others in attendance were: Mayor-Devlun Whiteing, Deputy Administrator-Heather Sweeden and City Attorney-Peter Goldsmith. Ida County Economic Development Representative, Rita Frahm, later joined the meeting. Motion by Council Member Cates to approve the agenda, second by Council Member Ernst. On a unanimous vote, motion carried. Discussion was held concerning a possible housing development located off of W. 5th Street. No motions were made regarding the matter at this time. Council plans to meet in the future to continue discussions. Motion by Council Member Goodman to adjourn, seconded by Council Member Cates. On a unanimous vote, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 1:15 p.m. /s/ Devlun Whiteing, Mayor Attest: /s/ Heather Sweeden, Deputy Administrator (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

appearance. On April 9, Mark Arlen Nannen, 35, of Le Mars was arrested on an outstanding overdue 10-day mittimus. The original conviction against him was for trafic related offenses. He was transported to the Ida County jail where he is currently being held. On April 9, David Allen Wieling Sr., 57, of Ida Grove was arrested on an outstanding Ida County warrant charging him with sexual abuse in the second degree; lascivious acts with a child and possession of a irearm by a felon.

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PUBLIC NOTICE TRUST NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE TRUST: Schafer Family Revocable Trust, To all persons regarding Donald L. Schafer, deceased, who died on or about March 23, 2018: You are hereby notified that Craig Donald Schafer is the successor trustee of the Schafer Family Revocable Trust. Any action to contest the validity of the trust must be brought in the District Court of Ida County, Iowa, within the later to occur of four (4) months from the date of the second publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice to all heirs of the decedent settlor and the spouse of the decedent settlor whose identities are reasonably ascertainable. Any suit not filed within this period shall be forever barred. Notice is further given that any person or entity possessing a claim against the trust must mail proof of the claim to the trustee at the address listed below via certified mail, return receipt requested, by the later to occur of four (4) months from the second publication of this notice or thirty (30) days from the date of mailing this notice if required or the claim shall be forever barred unless paid or otherwise satisfied. Dated on April 3, 2018. Schafer Family Revocable Trust /s/ Craig Schafer Craig Donald Schafer 201 Green Street Ida Grove, IA 51445 Laurel L. Boerner #AT0001050 Attorney for Trustee Boerner & Goldsmith 500 Second Street Ida Grove, IA 51445 Date of second publication 18th day of April, 2018. (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

PUBLIC NOTICE Odebolt Arthur Battle Creek Ida Grove Community School District SUMMARY OF THE APRIL 9, 2018, SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ODEBOLT ARTHUR BATTLE CREEK IDA GROVE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Odebolt Arthur Battle Creek Ida Grove (OABCIG) School Board met in special session Monday, April 9, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Elementary Music Room in Ida Grove. The purpose of the special meeting was to approve the FY 18-19 budget. Stephanie Konradi called the meeting to order. Board members present were: Tony Bennett, Crystal Endrulat, Stephanie Konradi, Brad Lundell, Stacy Raasch and Jeff Rasmussen. Myra Meek was absent. Also in attendance were Terry Kenealy, superintendent, and Kathy A. Leonard, Business Manager. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Lundell to approve the agenda as published and the motion carried 6-0. At 6:00 p.m., Konradi opened the public hearing on the proposed FY 1819 budget. No one spoke for or against the issue. Kenealy answered board member questions regarding the budget. Konradi closed the hearing at 6:08 p.m. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the District Budget for the 2018-2019 School Year for the OABCIG Community School District and the motion carried 6-0. The tax levy is $10.57/1,000 for former O-A District Patrons and $10.99/1,000 for former BC-IG District Patrons. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to adjourn. The motion carried 6-0 and the meeting adjourned at 6:08 p.m. Kathy A. Leonard, OABCIG Board Secretary (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)

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SUMMARY OF THE APRIL 9, 2018, REGULAR JOINT BOARD MEETING OF THE BATTLE CREEK-IDA GROVE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE ODEBOLT-ARTHUR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT The Battle Creek-Ida Grove (BC-IG) Community School District Board and the Odebolt-Arthur (O-A) Community School District Board met in regular joint session April 9, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the Music Room at the BC-IG Elementary in Ida Grove. The BC-IG board meeting was called to order by Stephanie Konradi, Board President. Both boards recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Kathy Leonard, Board Secretary, conducted a roll call vote as follows: Stephanie Konradi, present; Tony Bennett, present; Danika Hinkeldey, absent; Myra Meek, absent; Crystal Endrulat, present; Ryan Goodman, present; and Jeff Rasmussen, present. Leonard acknowledged a quorum. The O-A board meeting was called to order by Brad Lundell, Board President. Kathy Leonard, Board Secretary, conducted a roll call vote as follows: Traci Bengford, present; Chris Boyle, present; Brad Lundell, present; Stacy Raasch, present; and Trish Winger, present. Leonard acknowledged a quorum. Terry Kenealy, shared superintendent, was also present. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Endrulat to approve the agenda as presented and the motion carried 5-0 for BC-IG. It was moved by Raasch and seconded by Winger to approve the agenda as presented and the motion carried 5-0 for O-A. Konradi opened the public hearing for the proposed High School HVAC project at 6:31 p.m. No one spoke for or against the proposed plans, specifications and form of contract. Kenealy reviewed the

bids and presented the bid documents. Konradi closed the public hearing at 6:41 p.m. Konradi welcomed visitors. No one spoke during the public forum. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the consent agenda for BC-IG. The consent agenda consisted of board minutes, contract approvals for Patricia Winterrowd, middle school head girls’ track coach; Cindy Wilcke, head softball coach; and Chancey Wilcke, assistant softball coach, and claims totaling $305,850.31. The motion carried 5-0. Out-of-state field trip for 4th grade to Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha on April 19th was approved. It was moved by Raasch and seconded by Bengford to approve the consent agenda for O-A consisting of board minutes, resignations from Dick Bloyer, bus driver, and Megan Dooley, high school guidance counselor; letter of assignment approval for LaVon Houk, kitchen, and claims totaling $349,966.06. The motion carried 5-0. There was no curriculum presentation due to the snow day for staff. Kenealy updated the boards on pending legislation. It was moved by Bengford and seconded by Winger to approve the bid from Feld Security for $67,225 to replace the fire alarm system in the Odebolt building. The motion carried 5-0 for OA. It was moved by Bennett and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the bid from Drees Plumbing and Heating and award contracts in the amount of $460,000.00 for Base Bid 1 (Prime Construction) and $25,981.00 for Base Bid 2 (Temperature Controls) or a total bid cost of $485,981.00. The motion carried 5-0 for BC-IG. It was noted there was a $12,000 error in the base bid that would be submitted as a change order.

It was moved by Endrulat and seconded by Bennett to approve the FY 16-17 audit for the Battle Creek-Ida Grove School District and the motion carried 5-0. It was moved by Boyle and seconded by Bengford to approve the FY 16-17 audit for the Odebolt-Arthur School District and the motion carried 5-0. It was moved by Rasmussen and seconded by Goodman to approve the list of 2018 Graduates for O-A/BC-IG High School, pending their successful completion of graduation requirements. The motion carried 5-0. Discussion and correspondence items included Lundell thanking Dick Bloyer and Megan Dooley for their service to the districts. The next regular joint board meeting will be held Monday, May 14, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in Odebolt. It was noted a joint work session with the boards and facilities committee will be held Monday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the elementary music room in Ida Grove. The O-A and OABCIG boards will hold a special meeting Monday, April 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the elementary music room in Ida Grove to approve accessibility project bids. There being no further business before the BC-IG board, it was moved by Rasmussen and seconded by Endrulat to adjourn. The motion carried 5-0 and the Battle Creek-Ida Grove Board adjourned at 6:50 p.m. There being no further business before the O-A board, it was moved by Bengford and seconded by Raasch to adjourn. The motion carried 5-0 and the OdeboltArthur Board adjourned at 6:50 p.m. Kathy A. Leonard, BC-IG Board Secretary Kathy A. Leonard, O-A Board Secretary (Published in the Ida County Courier on Wednesday, April 18, 2018)


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Card d of Thanks nks THANK YOU: The Ida Grove Chamber would like to thank our community for their support & the following businesses for their donations, as well as the following people who volunteered their time to help with our annual Easter event: Ida Grove Farm BureauDenise Van Dusen, First State Bank, North Star Community Credit Union, Subway, Pizza Hut, Selections, Ida Grove Community Rec Center, Ida Grove Food Pride, Horn AuxSiliary Clowns, United Bank of Iowa, Zimmy’s Bar & Grille, Remer Realty & Appraisal, Hoffman Agency, Patera Family Dentistry, Cenex, Ida Grove Skate Palace, Noteboom Implement, Robin Thornhill, Vetter Equipment, Trendue Salon & Spa, Ida Bowl, Edward Jones, Lewis Family Drug, Ida County Courier, Janelle Moser, GOMACO, Horn Memorial Hospital & Midwest Industries. Thanks to Sharon Krambeck, Robin Thornhill, Julie Phillips, Dana Meyer, Patti Haack, Lisa Witten & Katie Chisholm for donating cupcakes for our Cupcake Walk. Also, thank you to the O-A/BC-IG Music Boosters for the use of the games. A special thank you to Christensen-Van Houten Funeral Homes & GOMACO for donating the bicycles, the Key Club kids for helping with the games & face painting, the Horn Aux-Silliary Clowns for donating their time & for doing tattoos & stickers, to Tammy Lansink & the Sacred Heart Catholic Religious Classes for stuffing the eggs & Sheila Redenius & her helpers at the Skate Palace. One last thank you to our helpers that day-for helping with the drawing, face painting, helping with the cupcake walk & helping out where needed. A HUGE thank you to the Easter Bunny for being there to take pictures with the kids. We want to thank anyone whom we may have missed for your help in making our annual Chamber Easter Party a success. It takes a community & teamwork for this to happen. We truly appreciate the generosity & support of everyone who helped. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate next year for us to be able to have all age groups hunt eggs outdoors, where there is much more room for everybody! Thank you! 16-1t/cra

Even vents $5 JEWELRY SALE: The Horn Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is hosting a $5 Jewelry Sale on Friday, April 20th, in the HMH Conference Center in Ida Grove, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Over 10,000 pieces of jewelry & accessories will be on display & sold for just $5 each! 15-2t/cra BEAN BAG TOURNAMENT: Sat., April 28, 2018. Jock’s Bar, Odebolt, Iowa. Need to be registered by 1:45 p.m. Bags fly at 2 p.m. 100% payout, based on entries. $20/team. Contact Burr at 712-269-7227 after 5 p.m. Raindate: Sunday, April 29. 16/2t/cra

Reall Estate Re FOR SALE: Four-acre home by Moorehead Park, Ida Grove. Three-bedroom, three-bath, pool, two garages heated shop, by appointment only. Ph. 712-371-3626. 13-4t/cra*

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THANK YOU: The Arthur Emergency Medical Responders & the Arthur Fire Dept. want to thank everyone who attended, donated or helped in any way to support us with our omelet brunch. Thank you to the Arthur Library board for the use of the building. Thanks, also, to our families & everyone else for their help. Thanks again The Arthur Responders & Arthur Fire Dept. 16-1t/cra

Forr Sale FOR SALE: Two-story house in Holstein to be moved off lot. Optional lot that it can be moved to. Separate, four-car garage also to be moved. Ph. 712-490-3079. 16-3t/cra

BAKED GOODS: It’s time to be thinking about graduation & other events. Whether it be cookies, cupcakes, cakes or any other baked goodies you may want, we have lots of ideas for that special day. Call to see what’s available! Delivery available. *Call early for graduation! This ‘n That, Judy Bubke, 712-300-6676 or 712371-3230. 15-4t/cra FOR SALE: In the market for a new mattress? Stop in at Malcom’s & check out our selection. We have sets in all price ranges. Restonic mattresses are made right here in Iowa, with great quality. We can now order adjustable beds. Malcom’s, Ida Grove. 1-tfc/cra FOR SALE: New, never used, 15’ batwing mower. Discounted price. Ph. 712-898-2205. 16-2t/cra* FOR SALE: 2000 American Star 34’ 5th wheel. Three slides. New tires & hitch. Call 712-830-3958 or leave a message. 16-1t/cra* FOR SALE: Crushed concrete. Can deliver. Michaelsen Construction, Ida Grove. Ph. 712-364-3202 or 712-210-1749. 15-tfc/crags LANSINK COMPLETE TREE SERVICES: Call us for trimming, removal, stump grinding. Over 40 years’ experience. Aerial bucket. Free estimates. Ph. 712-883-2437, Danbury. 16-1t/crags

Forr Rent FOR RENT: Arthur apartments. One- & twobedroom. Ph. 712-830-3211. 48-tfc/cra

FOR RENT IN IDA GROVE: Two fully-furnished apartments. Two-bedroom, one-bath. Call 712-371-2577. 48-tfc/cra

FOR RENT: Single-bedroom apartments in Battle Creek & Ida Grove. Also, one-bedroom, furnished apartment in Battle Creek. Call 712-371-2367. 2-tfc/cra

APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Battle Creek. One, one-bedroom furnished apt., living room, bath, kitchen. No pets. Rent by the week or month. Cheaper than motel! One, one-bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath. 2nd floor, $300 plus deposit; no pets. Call Bev 712-371-2367. 15-tfc/cra

Help lp Want W nted BUS DRIVERS WANTED: The OABCIG School District will have openings for REGULAR BUS & SHUTTLE ROUTE drivers for the 2018-2019 school year. Requirements include: Valid Class B license, air brake, school bus & passenger endorsements & must pass DOT physical. The district will pay for 17-hour, online class & training, if needed. Benefits include paid sick leave, personal leave & IPERS. Part-time & fulltime routes available. Subject to background check prior to hiring. The district will also need Substitute Drivers. If interested, please call Kim Bleckwehl, Transportation Director, at 712371-2148 (cell) or call OABCIG Central Office in Ida Grove at 712-364-2255. 15-2t/cra

DRIVER: Have a CDL, driver open position to delivery of propane grill tanks. Requires a good driving record & valid driver’s license. One night overnight, four nights back to Battle Creek. Family-owned business, customer focused! Send resume to: Cylinder Express, P.O. Box 138, Battle Creek, IA 51006. 15-tfc/cra

PART-TIME BANK TELLER: United Bank of Iowa is taking applications for a part-time Teller for our Ida Grove location. Must have a basic understanding of debits & credits, be able to work accurately, enjoy a customer service/sales environment & have a satisfactory credit & criminal history. Apply online at www.unitedbk.bank, click on careers under the resource tab in the upper right corner & follow the instructions. Hours: MondayFriday, 9:30-3:30. EOE/Minority/ Female/Disability/Veteran. 16-2t/cra

HELP WANTED: Engineering Technician\Aid: Cherokee County is seeking applicants for an Engineering Technician position. •Duties include: but not limited to preliminary site survey & related design. Serves as inspector on various projects; samples & analyzes materials being used in a variety of construction & maintenance projects; checks compliance of work performed; compiles reports for management of quantity & quality of materials used on projects; performs duties related to surveying, design, drafting & planning; is familiar with GPS & robotic survey equipment. •Required to follow all safety rules & policies for Cherokee County. •Qualifications: A minimum of a two-year Associate’s Degree or Civil Engineering Technical Degree or an equivalent combination of education & experience which provides the required knowledge, skills & abilities. Required to hold a valid Iowa driver’s license & obtain CDL if required. Required to have or be able to obtain & hold the Iowa DOT certifications for inspection. Candidate must successfully pass job physical capacity profile & drug screening by a designated physician. Work reporting location is in Cherokee, Iowa. Special emphasis will be placed on drafting & surveying experience. •Starting salary: Shall be commensurate with experience. Position open until May 21, 2018. Cherokee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications may be found online at www. Cherokeecountyiowa.com or by calling the Cherokee County Engineer’s Office at 712-225-6712. Resume & a completed application should be sent to the Cherokee County Engineer’s Office, Attention: Brandon Billings, P.E., 5074 Hwy. 3, Cherokee, Iowa, 51012; Telephone number 712-2256712. 16-2t/cra

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HELP WANTED: Temporary Office Help Wanted. The Ida County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Office, located in Ida Grove, is accepting applications to fill a temporary office (Program Technician) position. Required job skills include: computer experience, ability to follow directions, pleasant personality & ability to work well with others. Interested persons can submit a resume to Leslie.Feekes@ ia.usda.gov, or an application form may be obtained at the USDA Service Center, located at 5973 Highway 175, east of Ida Grove, or by calling 712-3642126 (select option 2), MondayFriday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The deadline for filing an application is May 1, 2018. USDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 16-2t/cra WANTED: Energetic lawn person with a pickup. To mow large areas. Start spring early April & throughout the year. Weed whip & maintain equipment. Must be 18 or older & dependable. Badger Creek Apartments, Ida Grove. Ph. 712364-2571. 16-tfc/cra HELP WANTED: Kidzone Child Care in Ida Grove has immediate openings for childcare providers. Training provided. Also looking for parttime summer help. Contact Jayne or Sara at 712-364-2061 for more information. 16-3t/cra *IMMEDIATE HIRE*: Growing homecare agency needs Anthon caregivers to assist clients with housekeeping, meal prep. & personal care. Once a week for four hours. $10/ hr. plus hiring bonus! Caretech. 1-800-991-7006. 16-2t/cra*

NOTICE: Mt. Hope Cemetery near Battle Creek will hold a cleaning day on Saturday, April 21, from 9-11 a.m. Faded & loose decorations, branches & sticks will be removed to prepare for the upcoming mowing season. Volunteers are invited to help with this process. 16-1t/cra

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Courthouse Report Real Estate Transfers Nels and Joyce Johnson, warranty deed to Steven Johnson, S ½ NE ¼, Section 11, T-89-N, R-41-W, Ida County. George Sokolowski trust, trustee warranty deed to Christine Titcomb, Elizabeth Wiese, Patrice Sokolowski, Jay Sokolowski, Timothy Sokolowski and Daniel Sokolowski, an undivided one half interest in part of the NE ¼ NW ¼, Section 5, T-89-N, R-39-W, Ida County. Mary Sokolowski trust, trustee warranty deed to Christine Titcomb, Elizabeth Wiese, Patrice Sokolowski, Jay Sokolowski, Timothy Sokolowski and Daniel Sokolowski, an undivided one half interest in part of the NE ¼ NW ¼, Section 5, T-89-N, R-39-W, Ida County. Christine Titcomb, Elizabeth and Merritt Wiese and Patrice Sokolowski, warranty deed to G D Sokolowski LLC, part of the NE ¼ NW ¼, Section 5, T-89-N, R-39-W, Ida County. Jay and Irene Sokolowski, Timothy and Pamela Sokolowski and Daniel and Diane Sokolowski, warranty deed to G D Sokolowski LLC, part of the NE ¼ NW ¼, Section 5, T-89-N, R-39-W, Ida County. Steven Schubert, quit claim deed to Steven Schubert and Aaron Schubert, SE ¼, Section 8, T-88-N, R-39-W, with exception, Ida County. Vicky and Rusty Olson, quit

claim deed to Steven and Aaron Schubert, SE ¼, Section 8, T-88-N, R-39-W, with exception, Ida County. Larry and Gaylene Schubert, quit claim deed to Steven and Aaron Schubert, SE ¼, Section 8, T-88-N, R-39-W, with exception, Ida County. Frieda Vohs, Kenneth and Jane Vohs and Rodney Vohs, warranty deed to Loren Dittmer trust a one-half interest and to Audrey Dittmer trust a one-half interest in Lot 7, Block 4, Kastner’s Second Addition, Holstein. Clerk of Court Due to a change in procedures at the Ida County Clerk of Court ofice, information is only provided electronically. The following information is from data iled by the Ida County Clerk of Court ofice. Trafic and other charges might include charges that were dismissed. For more information on speciic cases contact the clerk of court or visit www.iowacourts.gov. Trafic charges Speeding Sonya Rumbly, Des Moines; Jacob Hibma, Orange City; Emma Endrulat, Battle Creek; Ambria Miller, Galva; Kirk Koinzan, Elgin, Neb.; Shirley Planz, Sioux City; Miles Veltkamp, Hull. Other Bret Woodman, Le Mars, operation without registration. Bret Woodman, Le Mars, failure to provide proof of i-

nancial liability. Casandra Guttau, Cherokee, expired license. Dane Kofoid, Holstein, operating non-registered vehicle. Paul Baldwin, Chicago, Ill., no valid driver’s license. Troy McGee, Sioux Falls, S.D., no valid driver’s license. Kitt Mallin, Sioux City, failure to display registration plate. Michael Clousing, Ida Grove, no valid driver’s license. Michael Clousing, Ida Grove, dark windows. Vincente Lopez, Storm Lake, maximum group weight violation. Alyssa Murphree, Arthur, driving while license under suspension. Odyssei Wildridge, Marathon, driving while license under suspension. Criminal Rachel Behrendsen, Ida Grove, interference with oficial acts, deferred judgment, one year unsupervised probation, $250 civil penalty. Bradley Zybarth, Sutherland, possession of drug paraphernalia, $100. Robert Ware Jr., Claremore, Okla., violation of a no contact order, $65, seven days in jail. Thomas Conlon II, Holstein, possession of drug paraphernalia, $100. Michael Clousing, Ida Grove, interference with oficial acts, $250. Judgments and Liens Against Mari Bauer, in favor of Midland Funding.

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Depues invesgate 14 accidents last month The Ida County Sheriff ’s Office has released information on 14 accidents investigated in March. All accident information is taken from the investigating officer’s report. On March 5 at 2:18 p.m., Justin Ryan Ames, 29, of Aurelia lost control of his vehicle on Main Street in Galva due to icy road conditions. The vehicle entered the ditch and struck an engine brake ordinance sign. There was $2,250 damage to Ames’ 2014 Kia and $250 damage to the sign. On March 6 at 9:47 a.m., Sara Mae McCormick, 25, of Cushing was northbound on Alpine Avenue, lost control of her vehicle, left the roadway and rolled two times. The Cushing Ambulance transported McCormick to Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City. There was $15,000 damage to her 2005 Ford pickup. On March 7 at 6:30 a.m., Humberto Loera Mireles, 44, of Galva was westbound on Highway 20 near the Highway 59 intersection, lost control due to icy conditions and crossed the centerline. Mireles sideswiped another vehicle then slid into the ditch. There was $2,000 damage to Mireles’ 2001 Chevrolet Suburban. There was $1,000 damage to the 2014 Mack truck driven by Andrew Joel Henry Crissey, 51, of Sioux City. On March 9 at 6:45 a.m., Monica Marie Brodersen, 40, of Battle Creek hit a deer on Highway 175 near Indian Avenue. There was $2,500 damage to her 2007 Ford. On March 11 at 8:30 p.m., Elijah Wesley Gebel, 16, of Ida Grove hit a deer on Highway 175. There was $2,500 damage to his 2006 Chevrolet. On March 12 at 9:31 p.m., Katie Ann Knudsen, 18, of Ida Grove struck a deer on Dodge Avenue. There was $500 damage to her 2005 Chevrolet pickup. On March 15 at 1:14 p.m., Deborah Lynn Koziol, 60, of Battle Creek was driving on Highway 175, took evasive

action to avoid an animal in the roadway, crossed into the north ditch and came to a stop in a field. There was $1,500 damage to her 2002 Chevrolet pickup. On March 15 at 10:26 p.m., Laci Elaine Pierson, 32, of Ida Grove struck a deer on Highway 175. There was $5,000 damage to her 1997 Ford Explorer. On March 17 at 11:54 a.m., Alyssa Lynn Murphree, 23, of Arthur struck a legally parked vehicle in the Dollar General parking lot in Ida Grove as she backed from a parking space. There was $100 damage to Murphree’s 2003 Toyota and $1,200 to the 2010 GMC Yukon. Murphree was cited for driving while license under suspension. On March 23 at 8 a.m., Dearl Jackson King, 83, of Galva backed from a parking space at the Galva Post Office, turned to go south and struck a vehicle. There was no damage to King’s 1990 Ford pickup. There was $200 damage to the 1998 Ford pickup owned by James Peter Blanchard, 49, of Odebolt. On March 23 at 4 p.m., unit one was legally parked at Shopko in Ida Grove and was struck by an unknown vehicle. There was $1,500 damage to the 2014 Hyundai. On March 24 at 2:20 p.m., Mary Elley Renze, 55, of Ida Grove was southbound on Jasper Avenue, north of 280th Street, when she lost control of her vehicle and entered the west ditch continuing into a farm field. There was $1,000 damage to her 2008 Ford. On March 28 at 5:50 a.m., Kary Jon Reis, 46, of Ida Grove was southbound on Washington Street in Ida Grove and due to frost on his windshield drove off the

road and struck a culvert and sidewalk. There was $1,000 damage to his 2003 Mercury and $100 damage to the MidAmerican Energy utility pole support. On March 28 at 8:26 a.m., Taylor Marie Oldham, 16, of Ida Grove was southbound on Rohwer Street in Ida Grove and crossed the centerline due to her windshield being iced/fogged over. A vehicle ahead of Dennis Dale Meek Jr., 44, of Battle Creek was able to avoid a collision by steering to the right and off into the ditch. Meek attempted to avoid Oldham by jerking to the right. The Oldham vehicle struck Meek’s trailer. There was $1,500 damage to Oldham’s 2004 Dodge and $500 damage to Meek’s trailer.

Fire calls Two area ire departments were called out during the past week. On April 7 at 4:30 p.m., the Galva Fire Department responded to a hay bale ire north of town on Roger Meier’s farm. Fire Chief Randy Vogt reported embers from burning trash ignited the bales on ire. The department was at the scene 90 minutes. On April 8 at 11:30 a.m., the Odebolt Fire Department and Odebolt EMS service assisted at a rollover accident. According to the Sac County Sheriff’s Ofice accident report, Michelle Renee Fowler, 36, of Milford was southbound on M-43 in Sac County, lost control of her vehicle, crossed the centerline, entered the ditch and rolled. Three juvenile passengers were transported to Horn Memorial Hospital in Ida Grove. There was $5,000 damage to Fowler’s 2006 Cadillac.

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