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Community Calendar Wednesday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. Noon Alva Kiwanis Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 6 p.m. The Alva Utility Authority will hold a special meeting in the council chambers. 6:30 p.m. “Leap Into Health” is free weight loss support at the First United Methodist Church in Alva. People can join anytime. Current session finishes Aug. 29 and next session begins Sept. 12. 7 p.m. Alva Moose Lodge men’s meeting is held every Wednesday. Thursday 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. Noon Alva Rotary Club meets at Champs Restaurant. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 5 p.m. Alva High School fast pitch softball team will play

at Hennessey. 5:30 p.m. Alva Weight Watchers meet at College Hill Church of Christ. 6 p.m. Heart of Healing Grief Support Group will meet the third Thursday of the month in Suite C of the Alva Professional Building. Open to the public, the group offers support before, during and after the loss of a loved one. 7 p.m. The Alva Elks Lodge meets the first and third Thursday of each month except July & August when they meet only the 3rd Thursday. Meeting 8 p.m. during daylight saving time. 7 p.m. La Leche League meets the third Thursday of the month at the Alva First Baptist Church. LLL is a breastfeeding group supporting pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 1027 8th (Wesley House) in Alva every Monday and Thursday. Friday 8 a.m. Alva Chamber Community Coffee will be held at the Daisy Village. 9 a.m. The Woods County Senior Citizens Center, 625 Barnes, Alva, is open for games and other activities. Exercise is scheduled each day at 11 a.m. Transportation provided upon request. 2-5 p.m. The Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva is open every day except Monday. For information or arranged tours, call 580-327-2030. 6 p.m. Alva High School football will host Fairview for a scrimmage.

Cherokee toddler critically injured By Julie Whiteman One-year-old Grace Ann Flaherty, daughter of Cherokee Police Officer Tyler Flaherty, was critically injured Sunday afternoon. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Nancy Lee Mathis, 32, of Cherokee, was backing from a private drive in the 100 block of South Colorado in Cherokee at approximately 5:50 p.m. Mathis apparently failed to see 1-year-

old Grace in the driveway and backed over her with a 1991 Chevy pickup. Grace was was transported to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid, and later flown to OU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City, with head and external trunk and leg injuries. She was listed in critical condition. Mathis’ condition was listed as normal, and alcohol did not appear to be a contributing factor in the accident.


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Man charged with Spending assault after pointing gun spree results By Marione Martin A man reported to be making threats and pointing a gun has been charged in Alfalfa County. David Belter, 55, has been charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, a felony. According to documents in the case, Alfalfa County Deputy Sheriff Blake Trekell was contacted by Deputy David Gebers on Aug. 11, who said a man had been waving a rifle at truck drivers. Gebers had taken a written statement from a Jericho services truck driver, Shawn Duperron, who said he had just finished spreading his second load of drilling mud and, as he was leaving, saw a man at a residence waving a gun at him from the side of the road. The location was three miles south from Highway 11 and CR 360, then west to the dead end. Duperron stopped to talk to the man. As he approached, the man took the gun down from his shoulder and held it next to his waist. Duperron asked him how he was doing, and he replied not too good cause you guys keep driving by my house and you better get back in your truck and leave. Gebers also spoke on the phone with Theodore Barnes who said he was leav-

ing a pasture in the area and found a doghouse in the middle of the road. The first time he drove by, the doghouse was not in the roadway. Barnes said he saw a man standing next to a mailbox not far from the doghouse, with a black rifle slung over his shoulder. Barnes got out of his truck to move the doghouse out of the road, when the man approached him. Barnes moved the doghouse and stated that he didn’t run over it. When he did this, the man lowered the gun to his side. Barnes felt threatened. He got into his truck and left the scene. Trekell spoke with Debbie Marsalf, who said she was Belter’s girlfriend. She said on Aug. 10 she saw Belter talking to a man who had just finished spreading drilling mud in a field. Belter was holding his black gun. Marsalf said Belter told her that he would kill a lot of people and then himself. He also told her he wanted to kill her ex-husband for the way he treated her and her kids. She also wrote in a statement that the following deer season, Belter had shot at deer hunters. Deputy Gebers attempted to speak with Belter over the phone but he refused, stating that he wouldn’t talk to anyone.

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By Marione Martin Amy Lynn Webb, 33, is charged with obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check, a felony, in Alfalfa County. According to documents on file, Webb is alleged to have written two checks on a closed bank account, for a total of $2800.27. Alfalfa County Deputy Sheriff Blake Trekell spoke with an employee, Ashly Smith, at Alco in Cherokee on April 6. She showed him a check written to the store by Webb for $2,480.77. The cashier who accepted the check said Webb filled two shopping carts and made a comment that her husband gave her a $3,000 spending limit. A Central National Bank representative confirmed that the account had been closed prior to the check being written. On Aug. 6 Donna Irwin of Alley Kutz Salon reported to the sheriff’s office that she had also received a returned check from Webb. The check was for $319.50, and she said Webb made a similar comment that her husband gave her a $500 spending limit.


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South Barber School Board approves budget, student handbook, tennis coach and more By Yvonne Miller South Barber’s Board of Education approved a $1,974,651 budget for 201213 at their August meeting Monday night. The meeting opened with a brief budget hearing with no comments or protests from the public. Board President Kent Swartz presided over the meeting with members: Deb Helfrich, Dana Roark, Janet Robison and Michael Anderson. Members Jeff Black and Bob Schrock were absent. Superintendent Brad Morris also sat at the table as did Luke McKinney who acted as secretary in the absence of board clerk Julie Johnson and deputy clerk Mary Lynn Meyers. Presenting the budget, Morris said he anticipates student enrollment to be around 215 which is about the same as last year. He reminded the board that September 20 is the official day student enrollment is set for the year, which determines state budget funding per student. Morris said the Local Option Budget for this year is $670,791. The school district’s millage last year was 12 mills. He anticipates the millage to be “just slightly increased this year.” South Barber’s capital outlay fund is $1,515,000 for 2012-13. The superintendent said the school’s estimated tax revenue for 2012-13 is $1.5 million. Because of oil and gas protested taxes, the projected loss to USD 255 is $91,518.44. South Barber Hires and

Other Business Board approved hiring Dennis Blake as the head boys and girls tennis coach for the 2012-13 school year. Blake retired as principal at Medicine Lodge in 2009 and has 31 years as an educator, including coaching tennis. He had 14 years in administration – at Udall before Medicine Lodge. At Greensburg, he coached girls tennis for 17 years and boys tennis for 13 years. In 2011, Blake and his wife Nancy moved to Hazelton and started a boys ranch in the former school building there. The Blakes continue to prepare the ranch, and currently are primarily offering foster care for six boys. When Morris asked him to take the tennis coach position, Blake said, “I had to think about it, but not for long, because I enjoy working with kids so much.” After two mornings of 6:30 practice, Blake said, “I have a great bunch of girls. It’s going to be a fun year.” Board approved rehiring longtime band teacher and district librarian Jill Daughhetee. For paperwork/KPERS reasons, she had resigned at the end of the school year and now will continue her role at South Barber. Auditor Randy Ford gave USD255 a clean audit. He thanked the superintendent and clerk Johnson for their cooperation. Use of the high school football field for Saturday youth football was approved. The Class of 1962 received board ap-

proval to use a school bus for a tour of Barber County September 2. Payment of current bills of $198,730.96 was approved. Head lice checks were discussed at length. Principal Marcia Cantrell is to contact the health department about having a nurse do some checks. New Principal Recommended Jr/ Sr High School Handbook Changes Approved New Jr/Sr High Principal Brent Shaffer introduced himself at the meeting, showcasing his straight-forward approach and easy-going nature. He thanked retired principal Fred Gillig for “being helpful” in the transition. “I’m coming from a 3A School with 250 kids,” Shaffer said. He would like to try some of the successful ideas from there at South Barber. Some of the academic proposals he listed on his report were: dual credit classes; online classes; independent study; work/study (in the community); and semester classes. Shaffer said, “Our role is to not just give our kids an education – but an opportunity.” “We need to look at changes we can make for the better.” Shaffer suggested new additions to the Jr/Sr High School Handbook which the board approved. One of those is a 12-point discipline system. Acts of behavior that count for points range from dresscode violations, disruptive behavior, unexcused absences to cheating, possession of firearms and drugs. Electronic devices (pagers/cell phones, Ipods/MP3) will be allowed in the building, but NOT in the classroom. Cell phones may be used before school and in between classes, but not for calls. Calls can be made only in the office or foyer of the commons during lunch with permission from staff. No Action on Janda Sewer Line Request At last month’s meeting, the board directed Superintendent Morris to check and see who would be responsible for the cost of a land survey for the southwest end of the high school property and access road. This is from the Justin and See S.

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Lynn Says

North Dakota oil boom brings blight with growth as costs soar By Lynn L. Martin (This article was edited down in length by me. All writing is by Jennifer Oldham of the website Bloomberg.com. However, I think it is important as many things sound familiar.) The gravel road that borders Dave Hynek’s North Dakota farm is designed to carry 10 tractortrailer trucks a day. In a recent 24-hour period, about 800 passed by. Some are traveling 90 minutes west to Williston, where School Superintendent Viola LaFontaine expects as many as 3,800 students this fall, about 57 percent more than her primary schools were built to hold. North Dakota’s economy outpaced every other state in 2011, with the fastest personal income, employment and home price growth, according to Bloomberg Economic Evaluation of States, or BEES, index data. Yet the oil boom fueling the nation’s lowest unemployment rate, also has a dark side. It’s pushing rural North Dakota’s housing, electric, water, police and emergency services to the breaking point. “It’s absolutely destroying our infrastructure,” said Hynek, a Mountrail County commissioner, as he sat in a pickup truck on the 1,400 acre farm where his family has grown wheat, flax and sunflowers for four generations. “A few years ago, our board set a goal that Mountrail County would be a better place to live and work as this oil play works itself out over the next 30 years,” he said. “Right now, I would be hard-pressed to find people who agree with that.” Drilling in the Bakken formation, a 360-million-year-old shale bed two miles underground that geologists believe holds a 15,000 square-mile region of oil in North Dakota alone, foisted big-city concerns onto rural communities where everyone knew each other, no one locked doors, and business deals

were sealed with a handshake. Fracking Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in which water is pumped down a well with sand and chemicals to crack rock and release oil, allowed companies such as Marathon Oil Corp. (MRO) and Continental Resources Inc. (CLR) to extract the energy. Prices for gasoline and groceries in Mountrail and Williams counties — the heart of the boom — are 30 percent higher than in the state’s largest cities. Lines to eat at local restaurants often top an hour. Finding a plumber or a handyman can take weeks, and often costs three times as much as it did three years ago. In Stanley, about eight miles north of Hynek’s farm, an argument between two men over lunch at Joyce’s Cafe in late August ended when one of them ran outside and punched a wall-sized plateglass window, shattering it and injuring diners. ‘Now It’s Dangerous’ “There were three rapes here last summer — that’s in a town with one assault in its history,” said Cory Rice, who bought the restaurant from his grandparents. “It used to be a quiet community. Now it’s dangerous.” Residents are forced to reconcile

their declining quality of life with undeniable gains in prosperity. North Dakota reported the nation’s lowest unemployment rate in December at 3.3 percent, compared to 8.5 percent nationwide, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The state is also seeing significant wage gains, with the average annual salary growing 79 percent in Williams County, to $56,857 in 2010 when compared to 2005, and 67 percent in Mountrail County over the same period, according to the bureau. Higher tax receipts fostered by oilindustry revenue are helping finance a new water pipeline, rehabilitation of the state penitentiary and renovation of the state’s heritage center — even as calls for more housing and funding for school construction go unheeded. The state’s three-year-old boom, which attracted thousands of workers to 17 western counties, is progressing so quickly that studies commissioned to determine infrastructure needs are outdated the moment they leave the printer. ‘Population Explosion’ “It’s almost an unmanageable population explosion,” said Vicky Steiner, a Republican state legislator and executive director of the North Dakota AssoSee Says Page 35

The darker counties are the one’s in North Dakota impacted by the oil boom.


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Constien praises Football Waynoka staff equipment Gym floors finished, elementary repairs complete By Julie Whiteman Waynoka school buildings are whipped into shape and ready for the new school year. Superintendent Peggy Constien praised staff members during the monthly school board meeting for preparing the Waynoka school buildings which included completing the new gym floor and repairs on the elementary after a broken toilet flooded the building. Constien also brought good news to the board meeting when she announced that an increase in district valuation resulted in an increase of approximately $68,000 in ad valorem tax. In the Principal’s report, Michael Meriwether announced that as of August 9 there were 252 students enrolled in pre-K through grade 12. Meriwether said it was his goal in the 2012-2013 school year for 100% of students in grades 3-6 to pass the reading test. Board member Clint Olson was appointed as the voting delegate for the Waynoka Public Schools for the OSSBA Delegate Assembly that will be held at the OSSBA Conference on August 25. The yearly inspection on the heating

and cooling system with Luckinbill was unanimously approved. All board members agreed to rent out the old shop building, with a clause to be added that stipulates that the renter assumes liability and responsibility of personal contents in case of theft or fire. Resignations were accepted by head cook Shawna McKinley and academic coach Ashlee Smart. McKinley will be replaced by Latona F. Merrill and Jordan Taylor will serve as the new academic coach. The board also approved four emergency transfer applications. The short agenda for the board did not produce a short meeting for board members, as lengthy discussion was made over the first three sections of the schools policy handbook. Constien said the policy handbook will be reviewed and discussed in three seperate sections, to ensure the book is up-to-date and correct. The next meeting of the Waynoka Public School Board is scheduled for September 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Board of Education Room.

checkout for AMS players The football staff at Alva Middle School will conduct an equipment checkout for all seventh and eighth grade students interested in playing football. The checkout will be held on Thursday, Aug. 16, for eighth graders from 9-10 a.m. and for seventh graders from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Alva Middle School gym. A parent-player meeting with the coaches will be held in the school cafeteria that evening starting at 7 p.m.

Hunter Safety Class A hunter safety class will be offered on August 18th, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cherokee Senior Citizen Center, 200 South Grand, in Cherokee, and on August 25th, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Northwest Technology Center in Alva, 1801 South 11th Street. For more info, call Ben Bickerstaff at 580-541-0820 or Terry Swallow at 580-430-5158.

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passed away August 11, 2012, at Huntsville, Alabama, at the age of 89 years and 29 days. Dorlene graduated from Cherokee High School. On June 6, 1955, she was united in marriage to James H. Hutson. They moved from Cherokee to Alva in 1964, where they owned and operated the Woods County Abstract Corporation until 1977. She moved to Huntsville, Alabama, in 2001 to be near her son. She was a member of the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and lifetime member of Beta Sigma Phi. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Col. James H. Hutson; and two brothers, Darryl McConnell and Delmer McConnell. Dorlene is survived by her son, Danny Hutson of Huntsville, Alabama; two step daughters, Karen White and husband, Ray, of Chicago, Illinois and Linda Gipson of Fayetteville, Arkansas; one grandson, James Hutson of Madison, Alabama, three nieces, Patricia Faurot and husband, Jim, of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, Cinda Parenti of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Jana South of Amarillo, Texas; one nephew, Mike McConnell of Mineral Wells, Texas; other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Remembrances may be shared with the family at www.marshallfuneralhomes.com.

GERALD ‘JERRY’ WILLMS MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS — Gerald “Jerry” Willms, 48, died Sunday, August 12, 2012 at his home in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. He was born December 4, 1963 in Great Bend, Kansas, the son of Dan and Connie (Ginest) Willms. On December 6, 2008 he married Tammy L. Bishop at Medicine Lodge, Kansas. She survives. Other survivors include his father Dan, Medicine Lodge, Kansas, his stepfather, Tom Keenan, Great Bend, Kansas; a son Weston Groth, LaCrosse, Kansas; a daughter Rachelle (Jeremy) Bergstrom, Scranton, North Dakota; a stepdaughter, Ashley McAllaster, Medicine Lodge, Kansas; a sister Beverly (Paul) Nobrega, Overland Park, Kansas; three brothers, Terry (Julie) Willms, St. Paul, Minnesota; Mike Willms, Haysville, Kansas; Brian (Dawn) Willms, Dublin, Ohio; two step-brothers, Josh Sandoval, and Shawn Sandoval, both of Dodge City, Kansas; two grandchildren, Conner and Bentley Bergstrom, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother Connie Ginest, paternal grandparents, Wallace “Wally” and Gertie Willms, maternal grandparents, Harley and Mary Everett . Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, August 17, 2012, at the First Christian Church, Medicine Lodge, Kansas, with Pastor Tom Walters officiating. Cremation has taken place. Private family Internment will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Jerry Willms Memorial Fund in care of Larrison Funeral Home, 120 E. Lincoln, Medicine Lodge, KS 67104.

Obituaries BETTY DORLENE HUTSON Graveside services for Betty Dorlene Hutson will be 10 a.m. Thursday, August 16, 2012, at the Pond Creek Cemetery with Rev. Ron Pingelton officiating. Interment is under the direction of Marshall Funeral Home of Alva. There will be a visitation with the family from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at the funeral home. Betty Dorlene Hutson, daughter of the late Mason Orval and Zola Pauline (Potter) McConnell, was born July 12, 1923, at Cherokee, Oklahoma, and


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Sanders out, Phillips takes over as Alfalfa Emergency Management Director By Roger McKenzie Vernon Sanders is now the former Alfalfa County Emergency Management Director. He was removed from his position by unanimous vote on a motion by County Commissioner Toby Walker at Monday’s meeting of the Alfalfa County commissioners. The vote followed an executive session to discuss the situation. Neither Sanders, nor Diane Phillips, his deputy, were present, although both were invited to attend, according to commissioners. The matter was to have been decided at last week’s meeting, but a clerical error on the agenda prevented action from being taken at that time. Phillips was immediately tabbed to take over as the emergency management director. She will have full responsibility, instead of the shared responsibility that was part of the problem. Commissioners described the problem as primarily one of communication — or more specifically, the lack of it. The emergency management director has to be available 24 hours a day. Because Sanders works at the Crabtree Correctional Center in Helena, where phones are not allowed in the general

population area, he could not be reached at all times. Moreover, a shared responsibility arrangement worked out between Sanders and Phillips, was apparently not working. Communication between Sanders and Phillips was lacking and confusing, according to Commissioner Chad Roach. “It had to be resolved somehow,” said Commissioner Walker. Monday’s vote was the resolution. A policy handbook, updated for 2012, was approved for Alfalfa County. By updating the book, the county will receive a discount on its liability insurance policy from the Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma (ACCO). The last change made in the handbook came at Monday’s meeting, when Commissioner Roach moved that the allowed accumulation of sick leave be expanded from 300 hours to unlimited. His motion was approved. Sick leave expires when an employee leaves county service and is not eligible to be paid out. The chief benefit of unlimited sick leave accumulation is, in addition to protection for catastrophic

illness or injury, to make it easier for an employee to give up some sick leave for a fellow county employee without being seriously affected. Associated with the handbook, but in a separate document, the county’s drug policy and testing procedures were also modified slightly due to state-mandated changes. All county employee’s must sign a form that they have read the drug policies and testing procedures of the county. Twenty-two road crossing permit requests were approved. The fees for those requests totaled $17,500. The majority of the permits (11.5) and the fees ($9,500) were for District 1. Four permits ($3,750 in fees) were for District 2, while District 3 had 6.5 permits ($4,250 in fees). A correction was made and a redo on a transfer of appropriations from one bridge account to another. The misnaming mistake occurred last week, when action on the matter was originally taken. The transfer will help keep the county’s bridge construction program functioning smoothly. In other business, the commissioners signed off on county officers’ monthly reports. They approved minutes of their previous meeting, maintenance and operations warrants and blanket purchase orders. No action was taken on a burn ban agenda item because Gov. Mary Fallin has declared a burn ban for the entire state.


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Waynoka FFA hosts Back to School Breakfast By Josiah Darr On Wednesday, August the 8th the Waynoka FFA Chapter hosted the second annual Back to School Breakfast for teachers, administrators and support personnel. The chapter wanted to show their appreciation to them for their support throughout the year. The FFA members served eggs, sausage, bacon, pancakes, and juice. The teacher breakfast was a big success. The Waynoka FFA enjoyed serving and spending time with all in attendance. They look forward to hosting it again next year. The Waynoka FFA would like to thank all those who came, and wish the faculty good luck for the new school year.

Freedom Rodeo hosts summer blood drive Donors with Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) can not only give back with their donation, but can also further pediatric medical research. OBI will host a blood drive with Freedom Rodeo from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, August 18, at the City Park on an OBI bloodmobile. Anyone who is healthy and 16 years of age or older is encouraged to donate. Donors will receive two tickets to the Oklahoma City Zoo, a “Feel Wild” summer T-shirt and Donor Rewards points. Donors who wish to support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals — locally, through Children’s Hospital Foundation — can forgo the “Feel Wild” T-shirt and, in turn, OBI will make a monetary donation of similar value to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. It’s a chance to doubly-give to Oklahoma children battling critical health conditions — through the life-saving gift of blood and also through support for pediatric medical research, community outreach and treatment initiatives. “There will be children who need blood in the coming weeks as a result of life-threatening health issues,” said John Armitage, M.D., Oklahoma Blood Institute president and CEO. “They are See Blood Page 30

Curan Olson and Colton Budy cooking bacon for breakfast.

Waynoka faculty enjoying a delicious breakfast.


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A few raindrops welcome a happy From Page 6 day for Medicine Lodge Hospital S. Barber

By Yvonne Miller Welcome raindrops fell and smiles were on the faces of everyone who attended the ground breaking for a $10.5 million project at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital in Medicine Lodge, Kan. Since 2007 the hospital board had a vision to improve their facility. August 14, 2012 shovels turned over the first dirt to be moved, signaling the beginning of

the project. MLMH is building 17,000 square feet new, and remodeling 17,000 square feet. Project contractor is Hutton Construction and the architect is Health Facilities Group, both from Wichita. “This is a great day for Medicine Lodge,” Hospital Administrator Kevin White said, as he stood in front of the See Hospital Page 30

THOSE WHO MADE THIS DAY REALITY – Most in this group worked since 2007 in anticipation of the day ground would be broken for renovation of the Medicine Lodge Hospital: (l-r) Richard Raleigh, Board Chairman; John Clarke, Board Member; Kevin White, Hospital Administrator; Mike Dierking, project supervisor-Hutton Construction; Tim Dudte, Architect-Health Facilities Group; Betty Buell, Board Member; Lennes Rankin, Board Member; Melvin Cunningham, Board Member; Dr. Pete Meador. Photo by Yvonne Miller

Megan Janda request to go across some school property to access a city sewer line for their housing property known as Rusty Spur Lodging. There is a question of exactly where property lines are concerning the access road. The school would be responsible for the cost of Garber Surveying Service which would not exceed $2500. School board members said they are not interested in spending that money. Both Megan Janda and Swartz agreed they are at a point that both sides are not sure what direction to proceed. Although Roark asked if they could enter a contract with Jandas, restricting the number of RV hookups, etc., and Megan said their attorney said that was a possibility, no action was taken. Swartz moved on to the next agenda item. Superintendent Update, Drug Policy and Upcoming Events Morris updated on many buildings and grounds projects: window repairs; carpet projects; elementary roof replacement work began Monday; gym floors rewaxed; new sound system installed in auditorium; improvements in administrative offices about complete. Deputy Sheriff/Sheriff Elect Justin Rugg took his drug dog on an initial run through the high school Monday. He’ll return periodically. The board reviewed the proposed drug policy and the changes to it recommended by attorney John Klenda. Before giving final approval, the board wants site council to review the policy again since they had so much input in creating it. The document can be implemented anytime during the school year. Principal Cantrell said special education para replacements hired were: Vincent Fink and Jeanine Cloyd. Cantrell said 28 Pre-Kindergarten students enrolled – 19 age 4, and nine 3 ½ year olds. Of those, nine students are new to Kiowa, Cantrell said. Enrollment dates and the numerous sports schedules are all listed on the school’s website www.southbarber.com Principal Shaffer gave the following student numbers for sports: SBHS football – 18 (don’t yet have jr hi numbers); SBHS Volleyball, 15; Tennis 13; SBJH Volleyball – 14.


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Don’t have time to attend all the community meetings? Most are posted in video form on our newspaper web site. At top is the Alva Football Team car wash with a video narrated by the coach.

Below that is a menu of the recent meetings such as Woods or Alfalfa county commissioners, and Alva city council, and various school boards for you to observe. www.AlvaReviewCourier.com


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small crowd on the hospital lawn for the ground breaking. Besides some townspeople, the crowd was comprised of hospital board members, county commissioners, members of the Public Building Commission, hospital employees and friends. “The real winners are the patients we will serve,” White said. Hospital Board Chairman Richard Raleigh reminded they’ve worked diligently since 2007, with ups and downs, to make this joyful day happen. Saying the hospital has always been there for his family, Raleigh said, “It wasn’t the building, but the people who work here,” which drew applause from the crowd. Raleigh said now the people of Medicine Lodge have to meet another challenge. That is to raise $500,000

matching money. Lloyd E. Clarke challenged the MLMH and ML Community Health Foundation to raise $500,000 by June 12, 2013 for the remodeling and equipping of the hospital. Clarke will match them dollar for dollar for a total of $1 million. Raleigh said Clarke made this generous challenge grant in recognition of the long standing dedication of his father Lloyd Clarke and his brother John Clarke. They worked to insure the availability of the best medical care and the best equipment possible for Medicine Lodge. Improvements in this project include: On the upper floor – increasing ER from one-bed to four; moving X-ray, CT and Ultrasound to a new area adjacent to ER; new patient rooms will be added and existing ones renovated, for a total

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of 19 private rooms and three semiprivate; operating room air circulation and humidity will be brought up to meet requirements. On the lower floor – renovations to the outpatient surgery area, including office and exam rooms, procedure rooms, etc.; business office, medical records and administration; kitchen and dining area. The entire facility will be brought up to code; get new heating and cooling; and more. This project is funded through a few avenues; the Barber County Commissioners approved $6 million of taxpayer funded bonds; and the hospital applied for and received a $4.5 million USDA loan. White said plans are to start construction Wednesday.

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counting on you to give. The need for blood impacts all ages, often unexpectedly as a result of accident or illness.” Oklahoma Blood Institute is the ninth largest, non-profit blood center in America, providing every drop of blood needed by patients in 144 medical facilities across Oklahoma. During summer months, it is especially important to increase fluid intake the entire day before giving blood and to eat a complete meal within six hours of donating. Plenty of air-conditioned comfort in an indoor setting is required at all blood drives. For more information or to make an appointment to donate, contact Oklahoma Blood Institute at 877-340-8777 or visit us at www.obi.org.


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ciation of Oil and Gas Producing Counties. Williams and Mountrail counties recently banned construction of “man camps” — temporary developments for oil workers — until they can expand sewer, electrical and water systems. The move put pressure on an already tight housing market, where rents for a two-bedroom without utilities skyrocketed from $350 a month to $2,000. Some workers report paying $4,000 a month for a three-bedroom apartment in Williston, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) south of the Canadian border. Five hotels are being built in Williston — home to 14,500 people in 2010 and about 20,000 today — and officials expect 1,200 apartments and singlefamily homes to be completed by summer. With 4,000 job openings, even that won’t be enough. ‘Five Steps Backward’ “It’s like you take four steps forward and five backward,” said E. Ward Koeser, the city’s mayor. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT)’s local outlet, Taco John’s and other retailers and restaurants — as well as the city itself — have trouble finding workers because of the housing shortage, Koeser said. Two recent applicants for publicworks jobs in Williston were living in their cars. Officials anticipate that housing slated to be completed later this year will prompt oil workers to bring their families, who in turn will take restaurant and retail jobs. Yet the boom is causing some families to split up. Minnesotan Denise Hanson, 32, whose husband got a job driving trucks last spring, moved from Williston back to her home state with her 7-year-old daughter in January,

leaving her husband behind in a 12-by40-foot mobile home. Safety Concerns “I was driving home from school and I saw a one-ton pickup shoot across the median pulling a trailer without tail lights,” Hanson said. “Do we risk getting injured and stay here and make money? Or do we go back home and do with less and be safe?” State housing officials say escalating rents are forcing longtime residents to leave. They can’t find developers interested in building new affordable housing, they add. “Housing costs of all types are escalating much faster than income growth,” said Mike Anderson, executive director of the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency. Williston Public School District #1 is scraping to locate housing for 100 homeless students. One family with seven children lives in a recreational vehicle behind a gas station, said Betsy Kelley, the district’s liaison to the homeless. City and county officials say they’re not getting enough money back from the state — which collects an 11.5 percent tax on oil — to finance infrastructure upgrades. Funding Gap “No one ever anticipated this type of impact,” said Donald W. Longmuir Jr., a planner and emergency coordinator for Mountrail County. “We’re actually three to five years behind in funding.” Calls to the county’s volunteer ambulance and fire services tripled since 2009, Longmuir said. Mountrail’s 1,600-mile road system — which became so overloaded last spring that officials ran out of “road closed” signs, and postal carriers were

unable to deliver the mail to some places — needs to be rebuilt at a price tag of $600 million, Hynek said. Williston received $1.5 million in 2011 from the oil extraction tax, which Koeser said “doesn’t even come close” to paying for its infrastructure needs. LaFontaine, the Williston schools superintendent, said she needs about $87 million to build two elementary schools and one intermediate school and to hire new teachers. State lawmakers voted down a bill last year that would have provided some funding. LaFontaine, who based her estimate of 1,200 new students this fall on new housing construction, asked oil company executives to meet with her recently and asked for help paying for new facilities. Begging for Money “I don’t know where else to go to beg for money,” she said. “I’m desperate.” LaFontaine and Koeser recently visited Governor Jack Dalrymple to request aid and ask that the formula used to return oil taxes to municipalities be revised. “It’s too early to say whether the Legislature would respond to that,” Dalrymple said in an interview. “About 30 percent of the taxes are returned to the counties and they return those to the cities and townships. Revenue is going up dramatically and that means their share is also going up dramatically.” See Says Page 42


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Alfalfa road crossing Parenting through separation and divorce permit fees top $55,000 Divorcing parents are often faced with many new problems during this difficult time for the entire family. Although their marriage is ending, their role as parents continues through their lives. To help make this transition easier, Northwest Family Services Inc. staff member Nicole Martens, M.S., LPC will be teaching their Parenting Through Separation and Divorce class Monday night, August 20, 2012. The class will be in Fairview from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Northwest Technology Center southwest of Fairview. To enroll, please call 580-327-2900. Participants must pre-enroll; the class will be canceled if there is inadequate pre-enrollment. Class costs $30.00 per person. This class was designed at the request of the courts to help divorcing couples understand the problems their children may experience during, and after, a divorce or separation. It will fulfill the court order for all divorcing parents. Parents will learn skills to parent cooperatively, even though they are divorced. In the class, parents will learn how to effectively communicate with their children and with their former spouse. They will practice reflective listening skills, and will study various active communication techniques and non-verbal communications. They will also practice workable negotiation styles for dealing with conflict and rules for effective expressions.

By Roger McKenzie Road crossing permits fees provided a big haul to all three Alfalfa County districts this week. At Monday’s meeting of the Alfalfa County commissioners, 34 permits with fees totaling $55,125 were approved. District 1, as it usually does, garnered the most permits and total fees — 15.5 permits and $23,875 in fees. But District 3, with only eight permits, generated nearly as much in fees with $21,000. District 2 had 10.5 permits and $10,250 in fees. No bidders for CDBG improvements For the second time, the county received no bids on improvements to accommodate the handicapped at the courthouse. The county has received a community development block grant to make bathroom, sidewalk, and front door improvements to make the courthouse more accessible for the handicapped. The grant administrator will now be given the task of coming up with bids. County signs leases Even the county is getting in on the oil and gas leasing boom. Two leases of county owned land were approved at Monday’s meeting. The commissioners approved leasing offers from Chesapeake and Canyon Land, LLC. The county accepted Chesapeake offer of a three-year lease at $1,000 per acre and a 3/16th royalty for about five acres it owns in Section 10, Township 26 North, Range 11 West. For another third of an acre in Section 26, Township 28 North, Range 11 West, the county will get $1,500 per acre and a 3/16th royalty from Canyon Land. Brush rig The county’s fire fighting capability will be improved after action taken to seek bids for a brush rig for Cherokee Rescue. Alcoholic beverage tax Alcoholic beverage tax allocations for the month produced $7,616.17 for the counties 10 communities. Cherokee and Helena topped the list with revenues of $2,748.85 and $2571.43, respectively. As usual, Lambert got the least amount--$11. Other business In other business, the commissioners • approved appropriations and two lapsed appropriations from the past year. The money from the latter will go back into categories for this year’s budget. • accepted the monthly officers report of the election board. • approved a private property easement in District 3 to allow the county a place to put debris from cleaning out ditches. • approved a resolution for disposing of old and outdated office equipment. • approved minutes of their previous meeting, maintenance and operations warrants, and blanket purchase orders.


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Hardtner Library-Dream Big Hardtner’s Summer Reading Program “Dream Big” gave children and adults a chance to read amazing books, win a laptop, and even attend space camp. This year was Hardtner Librarian Joy Helmer’s 25th year of summer reading. Joy’s passion is truly making the library an exciting place for all who enter. Joy always encourages every summer reading participant to read any kind of book that they find enjoyable. Through the years, library participants have been able to attend trips to the zoo, salt museum, water park, and plays. Readers have also been able to enjoy prizes for reading. Prizes included new books, show and pizza passes, and webkinz. But, this year was an exciting year because new laptops were given for individuals/families who read the most chapters. Bayli Hyde was the only reader who read individually. Her favorite books were Jane Eyre, Moby Dick, Insurgent, Divergent, Eggs, Shug, and To Kill a Mockingbird. Bayli said, “Thank you to the Hardtner Library Board, Joy Helmer, Suzanne Mitchell for donating the computers, and all of the Friends of Hardtner Library who make the Hardtner Library one of my favorite places in the world.”

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The North Dakota Legislature set aside $1.2 billion last spring to help counties cope with the oil boom’s impacts. About $885.3 million remains to be distributed. Demand for aid is high. The state received 167 applications last fall for $50 million in road improvement grants alone, said Gerry Fisher, assistant director of the state’s energy infrastructure and impact office. Oil Companies Oil companies say they’re doing their part to help western North Dakota cope. Houston-based Marathon gave $1 million in Dickenson; Continental donated $500,000 in Crosby; and New Yorkbased Hess Corp. (HES) contributed $25 million to the state for public education, said Ron Ness, president of the Bismarckbased North Dakota Petroleum Council. “Economic opportunity brings growing pains and changes to a very rural area

that hasn’t seen significant economic opportunity for decades,” Ness said. “It’s difficult, certainly, for any of us to keep up with the pace at which people are moving here.” With 5,349 producing wells in 2010 — compared with 3,367 three years earlier — North Dakota is the nation’s fourth- largest oil producer behind Texas, California and Alaska. The boom also brings other benefits. Last spring, Legislators allocated $110 million for the Western Area Water Supply Authority to build a pipeline from the Missouri River to deliver drinking water to five western counties. The $150 million project — which will require the authority to ask the Legislature for more funding — is expected to be complete in three years. ‘Unique Opportunity’ “We have a unique opportunity,” said Jaret Wirtz, the authority’s executive di-

rector. “This was never feasible before; there was never enough water or money available.” Like school superintendents who recently banded together to lobby for state funds, farmers are joining forces in the Northwest Landowners Association to push for more regulated growth. “I don’t think any of us want it to go away,” said Troy Coons, 48, a farmer and the group’s vice chairman. “We just want it managed and not a free-for-all. Most people want to be treated fair and respectably.” Hynek and other commissioners in the state’s largest oil producing county expect service needs to continue exploding as more workers flood the area. “We have 800 wells — they tell me there’s going to be 6,000 more in five years,” Hynek said. “It scares the hell out of me. They say you’d better get prepared for 50,000 more people.”


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Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Log August 6, 2012 10:10 a.m. ambulance needed ¾ E of Amorita for a non emergency transfer, CPD & A/B was advised. 12:14 p.m. vandalism at ½ S of Woods/Alf Co line on Hwy 45, vandalism to his property, advised officer. 1:40 p.m. speeder northbound from Cozy Curve, white pickup pulling a trailer, officer advised and enroute, respondent advised officer got him stopped and the man jumped out and was giving the officer fits about stopping him, officer was cool and did nothing wrong, info in case the man comes in and wants to sign a complaint. 3:09 p.m. reckless driver on Hwy 6 between Jet & Nash, silver or tan chevy tahoe or suburban is swerving all over the road and driving in the ditch running vehicles off the road, vehicle is eastbound. 4:42 p.m. black calf out S of Cherokee on W side of hwy eating grass, he is in the ditch after the bridge at Lambert Rd, called possible owner, says it is probably his, he will check. 6:05 p.m. cattle out on 5th St E of Dacoma Rd, on N side of road, looked like more were coming, called Woods Co dispatch, they would take care of it. 6:07 p.m. speeding car on S Grand Ave, white Lincoln continental just sped past his house going 100 mph, called officer & city PD, they were unable to catch up to it. 7:07 p.m. cattle out N of town 3 miles W of vet clinic, called possible owner with no answer, left message on his machine. 9:05 p.m. fire 1 W 2 S of Carmen, Carmen Firefighter called to advised they were on the way to fire. 11:09 p.m. cow hit S of CR 640 & Hwy 11, small amount of damage to vehicle, no injury, concerned about cow, he has already left the scene, advised officer & OHP. August 7, 2012 9:53 a.m. bull on wrong property, respondent advised that I call owner and advise him if bull is still on his property within 2 hours the bull will be loaded up and taken to the sale barn, also that owner is to call respondent ASAP, left message on owners voicemail. 10:35 a.m. medical call to A/B Cemetery, a lady has passed out, need A/B Rescue, requested no ambulance, cancelled the ambulance, respondent is tak-

ing her to Alva to hospital, back at station. 12:52 p.m. medical call to 3 E of Byron on Latimer Rd to CR 680 S, a man is possibly having a heart attack, CPD and A/B Rescue was advised, back at station. 2:21 p.m. possible domestic at 600 block of W Broadway in Aline, her and her husband is getting a divorce, she is at her daughters house, husband is on his way to Aline, wants an officer to come so he will not hurt her or take anything from her daughters house, advised them this is a civil matter, going to call when person comes back to residence and will advise them that it’s criminal trespassing and not to return to the property. 5:22 p.m. cattle out on 5th St between CR 530 & 540, 5 calves are scooting under the electric fence, that is how they are getting out, advised possible owner, said they were his and that he is gonna get them put up. 5:47 p.m. house alarm went off in Nescatunga, advised officer, enroute to Nescatunga, false alarm. 6:44 p.m. black wild horse was running toward their house, tore down one of their fences, got the horse contained, gave phone number in case someone calls, called back, said they found the owner, horse was returned to them. August 8, 2012 12:48 a.m. car abandoned E of Kiowa, KS, looked like it had been in a field, just checking to see if someone had already reported it, advised respondent to call Kiowa PD. 11:19 a.m. vandalism in Aline, individual went to court today and he or they went to house in Aline and broke windows out, officer enroute to Aline. 1:16 p.m. fire at Hawley Cemetery, advised Woods Co. 1:18 p.m. major accident at Johnston Rd/Hwy 281, roadway is blocked, advised Woods Co. 4:00 p.m. hit & run on Hwy 11, 3 white oil field trucks were going westbound and he was going eastbound, they passed each other on a narrow bridge, first truck clipped the side of his truck, the trucks didn’t stop, asked how fast they were going, at least 90 mph, asked if needed an ambulance, he was fine just wanted to report a crime, advised OHP to get a trooper in the area to keep an eye out for the trucks.

7:43 p.m. medical call to Jet for cardiac and breathing problems, advised Helena Amb & Jet Fire & Rescue and are enroute, ambulance enroute to Bass in Enid. 10:13 p.m. car on side of road 4 miles W of Helena 3 miles E of McWillie, advised unit, he would go take a look at it. August 9, 2012 7:00 a.m. minor accident 2 E of Jet on Hwy 64, OHP was advised. 9:03 a.m. suspicious vehicle on Greer Rd & CR 580, just wanted us to know since we have had things stolen, officer advised he is out that way, he never seen it but if he does he will check it out. 9:39 a.m. stolen fuel at Kegelman Base, someone has stolen 1500 gallons of fuel, request an officer out there and they are bringing in their investigation team, officer was advised. 10:00 a.m. reckless driver 6 E on Hwy 11, pickup pulling a 5th wheel camper ran him off the road and almost ran a semi off the road, officer was advised, officer is behind the pickup following him, at Woods Co line, never caught the vehicle or got the radar on him. 3:02 p.m. missing items in Cherokee, respondent lived in Cherokee and moved back to Texas, when they came to get their items some of them were missing, wanted to talk to a deputy, advised respondent to call CPD and gave him the phone number. 5:29 p.m. locked keys in pickup at Chaparral Apts, call him when they start to unlock and he will come out, officer enroute, pickup unlocked. 7:17 p.m. loud music in Carmen 1 block N of bank, when we broadcast over the radio the music stops, wife goes to bed about this time so she can get up at 3 to go to work, advised officer & he is enroute, unable to hear. 9:34 p.m. bail bondsman serving a warrant to 1000 block of S Okla, advised CPD. 10:06 p.m. truck with gas leaking on Hwy 8 coming into Cherokee, she was approx 2 car lengths behind him and could smell it, when she turned she quit smelling it, advised OHP & CPD, no contact with tanker. 11:08 p.m. fire in Ringwood at a pipeline plant, advised Major Co, advised they are blowing out a line, it’s See Sheriff Page 56


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Alfalfa County Court Filings According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be obtained by anyone during regular hours at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. The Alva Review-Courier will not intentionally alter or delete any of this information. If it appears in the courthouse public records, it will appear in this newspaper. Criminal Filings Amy L. Webb, 33, no address listed: Obtaining cash and/or merchandise by bogus check ($340.50). David Belter, 55, no address listed: 2 counts of Assault with a dangerous weapon ($599.40).

Misdemeanor Filings Taylor Dane Waugh, 19, Cherokee: Driving while under the influence of alcohol under 21 yrs of age ($916). Brandon Lee Jarolim, 26, Okarche: Driving while license is under suspension ($296.50). Jay Austin Powers, 42, no address listed: Domestic abuse in presence of child ($296.50). Jeremy Lynn Evans, 34, Cherokee: Disturbing the peace ($266.50). Kasandra Jean Villarrell, 35, Cherokee: Disturbing the peace ($266.50). Daniel William Drew, 29, Cherokee: Disturbing the peace ($266.50). Civil Filings Shirley J. Shaklee vs. Derlin D. Buller and Jeff Parsons: Declaratory judgment ($223.70). Marriage Filings David Douglas Wessels, 55, Cherokee and Tina Marie Foltz, 53, Cherokee: Marriage license ($50). Traffic Filings Angel Varges-Jimenez, 41, OKC: Operating a M/V w/out a valid driver’s license ($256.50). Angel Varges-Jimenez, 41, OKC: Failure to carry insurance verification ($231.50). Angel Varges-Jimenez, 41, OKC: Failure to register used vehicle within 30 days ($211.50). Brandon Lee Jarolim, 26, Okarche: Failure to carry insurance verification (state dismissed w/out fine or costs). Jetta Iesha Ray, 26, Wichita, KS: Operating a M/V w/out a valid driver’s license ($256.50).

Aaron Michael Beagley, 20, Enid: Improper U turn ($211.50). Julian Cervantes Martinez, 48, McAllen, TX: Improper turn at intersection ($211.50). Scotty Monroe Dickens, 19, Burleson, TX: Transporting open container of beer ($316). The following individuals received a citation for speeding: Jimmy Wayne Curtis II, 26, Crowley, TX: 16-20 over ($276.50); Dylan Dean Willey, 19, Enid: 16-20 over ($241.50); Brandon Lee Jarolim, 26, Okarche: 16-20 over ($241.50); Phillip Ray Oliver, 63, Woodward: 15 over ($226.50); Michel Ramon Guzman, 38, Dover: 11-14 over ($227); Jetta Iesha Ray, 26, Wichita, KS: 1-10 over ($188.50); Curtis Lewis Thomas, 45, Ardmore: 1-10 over ($188.50); Wesley R. Shrum Jr., 58, Bartlesville: 11-14 over ($226.50); Terry Norman Lawson, 58, Throckmorton, TX: 15 over ($226.50); Jesus Guillermo Sanchez, 50, Iuka, KS: 1-10 over ($188.50); Scotty Monroe Dickens, 19, Burleson, TX: 1-10 over ($188.50); Joe Curtis McMillian, 60, Dilley, TX: 31-35 over ($361.50); Michael Dion Green, 50, Tulsa: 1-10 over ($188.50); Lance Edward Heaton, 27, Alva: 15 over ($226.50). The following individuals received a citation for failure to wear seatbelt ($20 fine): Cody Dean Lewis, 25, Arnett; Vencil Leroy Green, 80, Carmen; Terry Don Hughes, 43, Joneboro, LA; Landon Cole Schanbacher, 17, Cherokee.


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Barber County Sheriff’s Log 08-09-12 Deputy Rugg investigated an oil field theft north of Hazelton. 08-09-12 Deputies English and Hutfels responded to a domestic disturbance east of Pixley. 08-09-12 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire east of Pixley. 08-10-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from Walnut Street to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 08-10-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transported patient from southeast of Sharon to Medicine Lodge Hospital. 08-10-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 08-11-12 Hazelton, Kiowa Rural, Sharon, and Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Departments responded to a grass fire about 4 miles northwest of Hazelton. 08-06-12 Medicine Lodge Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded

to a grass fire on the northwest corner of Medicine Lodge. 08-07-12 Layne Garten, Lake City, driving a 1998 Ford SUV overturned on the Lake City Road about 2 miles north of Lake City. Over $1,000 damage, minor injuries, accident investigated by Deputy Rugg, assisted by Medicine Lodge Ambulance and Lake City Volunteer Fire Department. 08-07-12 Sharon Volunteer Fire Department aided Kingman County units at a fire in Nashville. 08-07-12 Medicine Lodge Ambulance transferred patient from Medicine Lodge Hospital to Hutchinson. 08-08-12 Kiowa Ambulance transferred patient from Kiowa Hospital to Wichita. 08-08-12 Kiowa Rural and Hazelton Volunteer Fire Departments responded to a grass fire near Kochia and Bluestem Roads. 08-08-12 Union Chapel and Elwood Township Volunteer Fire Departments

responded to a bale fire southeast of Union Chapel. 08-12-12 Isabel Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire about 4 miles southwest of Isabel. 08-12-12 Craig Eubank Jr, Mesa, Arizona, driving a 2006 Ford PU struck a deer on the River Road near Turkey Creek. Over $1,000 damage, no injury, accident worked by Deputy Hall. During the week officers received 14 reports of cattle out; one report of horses out; two report of goats out; one report of sheep out; performed 14 Public Assists; and assisted three other agencies. Arrests: 08-09-12 Cory L Reasoner, Sharon, W/M, 22. Arrest by BASO. Charges: Disorderly Conduct 2. Two Counts – Violation of Burn Ban. Released 0810-12 on $2,000 Surety Bond. 08-11-12 Rex J Masters, Wichita, W/M, 24. Arrest by BASO. Court Committed.

Alfalfa County Real Estate Transactions Start Book 687, page 202 Real Estate Transfers • The Driftwood Cemetery Association to Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M. Berard, Trustees of the Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M Berard Revocable Trust dated Dec. 21, 2000: the Northwest 1/40 of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM, aka described as the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM; quit claim deed.. • Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M Berard, Trustees of the Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M Berard Revocable Trust dated Dec. 21, 2000, to Shane Morgan and Tonya Morgan: all that part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM lying North and West of the railroad right of

way, containing 155 acres, more or less; warranty deed. • Mary-Blue Ster and John Ster to Lynn Puffinbarger: the Southeast Quarter of Section 31, Township 27 North, Range 10 WIM, warranty deed. • Ken Allen Hungerford, Marilyn Hungerford, Trustees, and Rip Len Hungerford, Craig Allen Hungerford, Kird Jay Hungerford and Colette McBride, formerly Colette Hungerford, successor surviving Co-Trustees, of the Revocable Inter Vivos Trust of Marilyn Hungerford dated May 12, 1983 and of the Revocable Inter Vivos Trust of Ken Allen Hungerford dated May 12, 1983 due to the death of Kim Erroll Hungerford on May 18, 2012 to Kip Hungerford and Rhonda |Hungerford: the South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26, Township 24 North, Range 10 WIM; warranty deed. • Amanda Leigh Stephens as attorney in fact for Carolyn Ann Berry to Andrew Kroh Stephens: Section 30, Township 26 North, Range 12 WIM; quit claim deed. Mortgages • Jeff Waugh and Regina Waugh to Farmers Exchange Bank (Chero-

kee, OK): a tract of land as described in the Northwest Quarter of Section 2, Township 26 North, Range 11 WIM, $191,000. • Shane Morgan and Tonya Morgan to Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M Berard, Trustees of the Nick R. Brooks and Barbara M Berard Revocable Trust dated Dec. 21, 2000; all that part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 28 North, Range 11 WIM lying North and West of the railroad right of way, containing 155 acres, more or less; $116,100.$238,450.09. • Lynn Puffinbarger and Winona Puffinbarger to ACB Bank (Cherokee, OK): the Southeast Quarter of Section 31, Township 27 North, Range 10 WIM; $238,450.09. • Stanley D. Pedersen and Dayna J. Pedersen to Bank Chartered (Fort Washington, PA); a tract of land as described in Section 32, Township 29 North, Range 10 WIM; $59,500. • Lyman Cobb and Krista Robin Cobb to Oklahoma Employees Credit Union: Southwest Quarter of Section 20, Township 24 North, Range 11 WIM; $18,000.


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not a fire. 11:23 p.m. gas line blow out N of Byron, his son made contact with gas co and they are taking care of it, thought we should know what was going on, he will be staying out for a while. August 10, 2012 2:53 a.m. accident ½ S on Hwy 45 on CR 710, respondent advised her friend fell asleep and her car is in a ditch, she is not injured, car is off roadway, advised OHP & officer. 11:00 a.m. fire 1 W of Ingersoll 2 S west to dead end, send Cherokee FD, CFD was advised. 11:04 a.m. fire at Helena Coop, smoke is coming out of elevator, advised and sent HFD. 1:49 p.m. grass fire between 5th & 6th in Goltry, fire is out. 2:07 p.m. grass fire 1 E 1 N of Goltry, Goltry FD is responding, GFD taking another brush rig, fire out headed back to station. 4:00 p.m. dogs barking in Nescatunga, neighbours dogs have been barking all night and all day, wants something done about it, officer tried to contact respondent and no one answered. 6:31 p.m. goats out in Burlington, advised possible owner, said that they

belonged to them and that she could see them out of her window and they were not out at all. August 11, 2012 2:22 a.m. cattle out 2 N of Hwy 11 on Fish Hatchery Rd, advised possible owner, he will check, found the cows, they are not his but he put them in a little pen near his house, he will call in the morning with a better description to see if we can locate an owner. 8:35 a.m. cattle out 1 ½-2 miles E of 4-way stop on Hwy 11, advised officer, went to CR 650 and never seen any cattle out. 11:51 a.m. threats with a gun in Byron, a guy threw a large dog house and other stuff in the middle of the road and the man was standing in the road pointing a gun at oil field truck drivers, advised officer & trooper to go to CR 630, officer advised needs backup officers, ACSO talked to unit to contact the mans sister, officer advised they were moving in on a suspect, another officer joined on scene, prisoner in custody, contacted respondent and let him know roads were clear. 9:10 p.m. guy on roof of grain elevator in Aline, advised officer no one was able to get there, said he was on it, no contact was made, headed back to

Cherokee. 9:55 p.m. suspicious pickup driving up and down the road in Cherokee, stopping and getting out, wants an officer to come check it out, would go by and check things out. August 12, 2012 3:05 a.m. suspicious vehicle at campsite at Sandy Beach, a car pulled up by their tent, person got into the backseat, would like it checked out, advised they are just going to move down the road a little bit and sleep there. 10:35 a.m. horses not fed on N side of Jefferson in No Hope, have not been fed in over a week, advised officer, said he would take care of it Monday morning. August 13, 2012 12:05 a.m. domestic between a hired hand and his wife, they are in Kansas, advised Harper Co. 2:04 a.m. 911 call, motorcycle vs cow in Goltry, thinks he broke his back, he is on Jet blacktop, does not know where his bike is, he is in the middle of the road, paged Goltry & Jet FD’s, advised Life requested ambulance, Enid advised they already let OHP know, Goltry enroute 1 rig 2 persons, cows are on the road, advised possible owner of cattle, he will go check, trooper released him from the scene, he will be enroute to Goltry softball field to help spotlight for the med-flight coming in, patient loaded in helicopter, going to St. Mary’s, back at station. 2:30 a.m. fire S of Ingersoll, can see fire from Hwy 64, advised CPD, PD also got a 911 call on same fire.


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Animals and Pets

“Enjoy Life”

Missing

Pop-Up Travel Trailer. Very good cond. 2 slide-outs. Has refrig, 1100 pound Black Heifer. MR stove, sink, electric AC, water brand on L hip. Yellow ear tag and propane. Call 580-327-6825 #10. 5 miles N of Helena. Call Michael Ross at 580-852-3336 Business Services Border Collie Pup

Pasture Tree Clearing

One female, 3 males left, out of Save moisture and Grass. Let me working parents. 580-541-1444. clear trees in your pasture. Skid Steer and Marshall Tree Saw. Ed Automotive Grover. 580-474-2465 or 580For Sale 542-0298 ‘97 32ft Carri-Lite 5th Wheel Need New Sidewalks? Trailer. Lg slide-out. 620-697Driveway perhaps, we do all 2401 types of concrete work. Give us For Sale a call for estimate. 580-732-1028 ‘05 Chevy Equinox, 85,000 Alva Sewing Center miles, $10,000 obo. 580-2732 Fat Quarters, 1 Zipper, batting 3820 and you have a cool bag. Please For Sale come conquer your zipper fears! Easy beginner level but exp Excellent condition. ‘03 Montana sewers will love as well. Have 32ft Big Sky Edition, artic a Christmas present done in no package, 3 slide-outs, 5th wheel time! Come see the store sample! trailer. Call for info and email Tue Sept 25 9:30-11:30am or pictures. 580-748-3124 5:30-7:30pm. Class fee is $28 For Sale and includes everything to make this bag. Your machine or mine 2010 Ford Fusion Sport, 29K, (reserve early) class limited. Sangria Red. $17,000. Wedding Deadline is Sept 15 Dress sz 16/18. Lace up back. Lots of bling $250. 580-596Conversational Spanish 6793 (CLEET Certified). Tues and For Sale Thurs 6pm-7pm Aug 21 - Dec 20 at Northwest Technology Center‘02 Honda Shadow 1100cc. Low Alva. Cost is $85 Tuition and $25 miles. New tires. Adult owned. Fees. Call 580-327-0344 to enroll $3300. 580-327-4919 after 6pm

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Massages

T-Shirt Quilting Class

Call Vanna today to book your Massage or Foot Detox appointment. Evening and Weekend appointments available. 580-727-5209. www. alvamassages.com. The Heat Wave Alva, OK

Saturdays 9am-5pm. Sept 8 and 22 at Northwest Technology Center, Alva. Tuition $35. Call 580-327-0344 for a supply list and to enroll 30 Days

to get your “stuff” together for the Hunting Country Big Cruise opening in September. Located in and Car Show Alva. Openings avail for 1 child New Laundry under 2 years and 4 children over Open 24 hrs a day, every day. 2 years. 580-484-9057 6 new washers, 6 new dryers. 1 Time Walk-Thru Buffet Open to public. 2 blocks south Sun Aug 19 11am-1pm. of NWOSU. Aspen Apartments, Boulevard Bistro. 503 E Okla 602 Hart. Blvd Quality W/O Compromise Depot Bar & Grill Your new home or remodel Wed Lunch Special-Hamburger is calling. It will be quality Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, or we won’t do it. WFM Construction, LLC. Broccoli and Cauliflower Bake, Total www. Pumpkin Sheet Cake. Thur-Steak 580-327-7935. Sandwich, Coleslaw, Chips, wfmtotalconstruction.com Coconut Pie. Fri-Chicken Fry, Kasie Mae’s Cafe Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Roll, Spice Cake. Full menu 412 N. Park ST, 1 block west of everyday. Carry-Out available. the bank. Come enjoy an Iced 580-327-2212. Immediate Cold Beer, a game of pool, and some famous Fried Catfish! 580opening for Daytime Waitress 438-2259 Need Relief?? Professional Upholstery Legacy Magnetics help stop the pain and bring healing to the area. with all types of furniture. Over Call 620-296-4449) to order now 55 yrs experience. Goltry, OK. 580-496-2351 English/Second Language Pony Boy Lures Tues and Thurs 7:15pm-8:15pm Aug 21 - Dec 20 at Northwest 600 Mimosa, Alva, OK. 580Technology Center-Alva. Cost 327-1233, 580-430-5547. P.S. E. is $85 Tuition and $25 Fees. Call Archery. Buy-Sell-Trade Pistols, Rifles, Shotguns, All Types 580-327-0344 to enroll Ammo Candy Bouquet Guns-Buy/Sell/Trade Get your “Back to School” bouquets at Candy Bouquet! 326 Glen Hasty. Aline, OK 580-4305400 7th St. Alva. 580-327-0588 Small Home Daycare

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Digital 3-D

Need Retired Lady

Starting Friday at Rialto “ParaNorman� PG 105 minScreen 1. Showtimes 1:30-6:458:45. Plug in your cell phone. Call us 24 hours at 580-327-1900 or live voice at 580-327-0535. Rialto Cinema 3

to watch children from 11am to 4pm. 580-829-3275

Carpentry

Help Wanted

Interior-Exterior improvements. Room additions. Plaster Repair & Painting. Handicap Upgrades. Will also accommodate Farm & Ranch. 580-307-4598 or 620825-4285.

Motivated Office Manager with moderate computer skills. Submit Resume to PO Box 21, Alva, OK 73717

Farmers Market Cherokee Main Street Farmers Market Every Thursday, 5-7 pm at the Armory Building at 2nd and Kansas. For Your Const Needs From A-Z, New Construction, Roofing, Additions, Remodeling, Siding, Windows, Int/Ext, Painting, All Work Guaranteed. Improve the value of your home. Call 580-732-1028 All Knotted Up Therapeutic Massage is now taking appointments beginning Sept. 10. Reserve your appointment today @ 580-7480189 or book online @ www. allknottedup.appointy.com. Jamie Kilmer RN, BSN, CMT Employment Help Wanted

Help Wanted Depot Bar and Grill is looking for Bartender. Apply in person at 3 N College. 580-327-7011

Help Wanted Alan Ritchey, Inc. is looking for a Diesel Mechanic. Primary responsibility is performing preventative maintenance. Would prefer someone ASE certified and with at least 3 years experience. Benefits include Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance. 401K, Cafeteria Plan, Holiday and Sick Pay. If you are interested please apply online at www.alanritchey. com. EOE M/F/H/V Help Wanted Part-Time Housekeeping/ Custodial position available at Alva Presbyterian Church beginning September 1. Contact Church Office in person or by phone 580-327-3895 for job description and details Haskin Healthcare Is seeking RN/LPN at $20-$30/ Hour. CNA/CMA at $12-$14/ Hour. Apply in person at 2501 N Van Buren, Enid. 580-237-5444

Journeymen and Apprentice Help Wanted Electricians for commercial job in Alva. Exp required. Must Daytime Waitress. Wed, Thur and have valid State of Oklahoma Fri. Depot Bar and Grill. 580Electrical license. Call John at 327-7011 or pickup application 918-830-1680 at 3 N College

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Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Merchandise

Full-Time at Lehl and Son Water Well. Pick-Up application at 132 E Okla Blvd

Gambino’s is now taking applications for all shifts. Pick-Up applications at 720 Okla Blvd

Quick Lunch

Help Wanted Lite-N-Nite. Apply in person. 1624 Okla Blvd

Office Assistant Needed

Share Medical Center job openings. Certified Nurse Aides, Full-Time Night Shift RN. Applications available at 800 Share Drive in Alva. Call 580-327-2800 for more information.

We are looking for an Office Assistant in Alva, OK who is competent in excel/email/ scanning/etc and who is willing to learn and can multitask. Full-Time position with health/life/dental/vision benefits package available after 1st 90 days. Please send Resume to ashley@dkstransport.com or Fax to 580-327-4401

Help Wanted

Farm Supplies

The Smok Shak is now hiring for full time positions immediately - cooks, waitresses, and dishwashers. Must be dependable and hard working. For information, contact 580-596-3584.

For Sale

Help Wanted

Truck Mechanic Nicholas Services has expanded their fleet and is now seeking a highly motivated mechanic that takes pride in their work. Duties include truck maintenance, brake work, A/C, electrical and general shop maintenance, organizational skills a must. Paid hourly based on experience, position includes exceptional benefits package. Job is located in Medicine Lodge, KS. 620930-7511

2000 Featherlite Trailer. 3 horse slant, weekend package. Call 580-430-1737 Farmer’s Please Help! 64 Yr old looking for a hunting lease for deer. Preferably on river system. Will pay top price for good place. 580-554-0999 For Sale 5 x 8 Tilt Utility Trailer. 580-829-1359

Noon Buffet Daily at Boulevard Bistro starting Sun Aug 19. 503 E Okla Blvd Miscellaneous Meeting Southern Cruisers. Come see about or Fall Ride Wed at 7pm at Gambino’s Mary Kay 50% Off Instock items only. Pick up a list at 412 Flynn St. Alva. 20% off items ordered. Sale ends 9/8. Amber Kohlrus 580-7481755 Coldest Drink in Town ICEE (coke or cherry) available “Happy Hour” priced all day everyday (carryout only) also regular drinks available featuring all flavors. Popcorn “Happy Hour” priced also. Open everyday. Rialto Snack Bar. Next door west of theatre downtown square Vendors Wanted

Garage Sales

Hardtner Trade Show Sept 8th. Call 620825-6130 for more information

Garage Sale

Nice Camper for Sale

1103 Maple 8am-noon Garage Sale 1455 Young. Fri 5pm-? Sat 8am-noon Garage Sale 1332 Fair on Corner. Prices greatly reduced. Lots of crafts and material. Come look. Sat 8am-? Rummage Sale Thur 12-4, Fri 12-4, Sat 10-2. Inside Sale. Almost everything different! Lutheran Church at 212 Maple St.

2006 Dutchmen 26B-DSL Travel Trailer, 28’ Long, Full Slideout, Bunks, Very Clean, $8900. Call 580-977-4981 For Sale Single Bed with Box Springs and Mattress. 580-430-6593 Wanted To Buy Glass Gallon Jars or larger. Also Fruit Press. 580-748-1053 or 580-327-5611. Rose Blunk

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For Sale

Paying Ca$h

For Rent

Dining Room Table w/6 Chairs and Treadmill. 580-327-2921

for all Coin, Token, & Currency Collections. Top prices paid for gold & silver. Coins-Jewelry-Flatware. Call 580233-0007 or come by CC Coins at 813 W. Maine, Enid, OK

in Medicine Lodge, KS. Newly remodeled 2bdrm apartments. CH/A. Stove, refrig, microwave, dishwasher, 6 month lease, city bills paid. no pets, no smoking, $750/ Mo. 877-684-5277

For Sale

Home For Sale

Starting Sun Aug 19 Lunchtime Buffet at Boulevard Bistro. 503 E Okla Blvd 10% Off Scentsy

Colorado Peaches. 580-829-1359

All orders now until Sept 1. Call Jaci at 620-825-6130 For Sale Several Autograph 1st Edition books, G. Bush, B. Clinton, B. Obama, Harry Potter, M. Phelps, J. Carter, R. Nixon, G. Vidal, B. Aldrin and a lot more. Several Guns and Coins. The items are not cheap. Must call for appointment to view. 580-748-3897 For Sale CB-Power Supply $5.00, (7) orange fencing T-posts $24.00 for all. 580-7481258 Leadership NW Okla Now accepting applications for Leadership Northwest Oklahoma. Application deadline is Aug 22. Call 580-829-1475, email codyerikson@hotmail.com or stop by Alva City Offices (415 4th) to obtain an application

Real Estate Truck Parking For Rent. 2 ac lot in Alva Industrial Park. 580-670-1362 Room For Rent

10 acres mol, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bth, 5 car garage/shop, 11.3 miles W of Fairview, OK. Call Greg Jensen at Smith Real Estate 580-548-4895 For Rent RV Spaces in Carmen, OK. All bills paid. 580-541-3540 For Rent

580-370-6872 For Sale or Lease in Medicine Lodge, KS. 3bdrm house avail Sept 1. CH/A, fenced yard, no pets, no smoking. 877-684-5277 For Sale Jet, 2 homes on a 1/2 blk, both 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 living, 4 car garage, plenty of room for several RV’s, highway frontage. 580554-4436 or 580-554-4437. For Sale ‘09 3bdrm 2bth Mobile Home set up in Alva. 806-228-0568

Bunkhouse 2bth, 3bdrm. Game Room. Very Nice. $2500/mo. Utilities Paid. 580594-2408 Home for Sale 321 S 6th, Medford, OK. Move in Ready! Must See! 3bdrm, 2bth, 3 car garage, RV Hook-Up, Fireplace, Cellar, Corner Lot, new CH/A Unit in 2010, includes Refrigerator, Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher, Water Softener. 580-7411108 For Rent Students or Corporate. Starting at $350 per person. View them at www.nwokrental. com. 580-594-2408 Home for Sale in Carmen. 2bdrm, 1bth, double car garage w/basement/storm cellar under garage, single car garage in fenced back yard. 580554-8149 after 5pm Lease Hunting Land for Deer. Gary Clay 918-685-5400 For Rent RV spaces w/ full hookups. 580-430-1389 Open Now! Bonderosa RV Park. Byron, OK. 50amp elec. Water. Sewer. 580-474-2649 or 580732-0313. Martin and Judy Bond For Sale By Owner 730 Thunderbird Rd. $215,000. Cash buyer only. Open House Thur, Aug16, from 5:30-7:30pm. 580-541-8436


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