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Clarke Superintendent Benita Gonzales is resigning her position. Clarke Community School Board approved her resignation during a school board meeting Monday night. The board room was packed during the meeting and seating became limited to standing room only. Jim Audlehelm, former

Clarke school board member, was also in attendance. Gonzales’ letter of resignation to the school board states, “I am sub- Gonzales mitting my letter of resignation effective June 30, 2014, so I may pursue other professional opportunities. It is also my hope that notice at this point

will give the district appropriate time to conduct their search for a replacement. I have had the pleasure of working with many quality people and have enjoyed the time spent at Clarke. I appreciate the opportunity to have been a part of Clarke CSD and wish the very best for the future of this learning community.” Public comment During the public comment section of the school board meeting, Janine Nelson was the only person

to speak about the superintendent’s resignation. Nelson said she has been present during open board meetings and is aware of the leadership criteria in what makes a good superintendent. “As a dedicated member of this taxpaying public, I expect no less from each of you,” Nelson said to the school board members. Nelson requested the board pull Gonzales’ resignation from the other personnel resignations and

recommendations and be voted on as a separate item during the meeting. However, that didn’t happen. Gonzales spoke to the crowd when addressing her resignation. “I would like to say that I have very much appreciated working with many of the people here,” she said. “It’s been an outstanding experience. Some excellent people Please see SUPERINTENDENT, Page 4

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Clarke’s club soccer program draws interest from potential coaches By AMY HANSEN

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It’s time to get the ball rolling with soccer. According to Ryan Sweeney, Clarke activities director, there are two members of the community who are interested in coaching a club soccer team for Sweeney Clarke Community High School. A meeting was scheduled this week for the interested coaches. “The idea is to have a club this spring and see where interest level is and go from there,” Sweeney said.

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Sweeney said, of the two potential coaches, one has a coaching certification, and the other is taking coaching classes. “The intention is to have them both certified by the time the season starts. They have a passion for soccer and would like to be involved,” Sweeney said. The soccer club teams would be open to male and female high-school students. Practices/games As for when club practices would start, Sweeney said soccer is a spring sport and practices would start sometime before spring break, like most other spring sports. If there’s enough interest in club soccer, who would Please see SOCCER, Page 4

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pleasant experience,” Clark said. He joked, if the crowd asked nicely, maybe they would play some Scottish music. According to Clark, one of the few differences from Dire Straits to The Straits is when he looks over his shoulder while performing and sees a different musician playing. Once the U.S. portion of the tour is finished, Clark said the band will fly back to London and spend a night

1980, and he has played on every Dire Straits record from “Love Over Gold” onward and co-produced their last studio album “On Every Street.” Clark said he remembered the popularity of the band becoming extremely huge as the years went on. “Everything was on a huge scale with Dire Straits,” Clark said. “The scale is smaller with this band, and I welcome that because it makes life simpler. It’s more fun with this band.”

The Straits will perform 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8, at Lakeside Casino’s Event Center. Tickets are $10, $20 and $30, and are available at www.redtrucktickets. com, at the Lakeside Ticket Counter or by calling the ticket counter at 641223-8544. People must be 21 years of age or older to attend.

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there. The next day, they will travel to Russia — or more, specifically, Siberia — for their next leg of the tour. “At one point, we wouldn’t have been able to do that,” Clark said. Later this year, The Straits intend to record some of their own original material. Clark said the “whole process is well under way.” The Straits It has been 34 years since Clark joined Dire Straits in

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A damaged vehicle sits at the intersection of Fillmore and Grant streets after an accident Feb. 19. According to an Iowa State Patrol report, law enforcement investigated the accident in Osceola. Kyle Sutton, 23, driving a Dodge Ram pickup south on Fillmore Street, lost control of his vehicle and struck a pole just south of Grant Street. Sutton left the scene of the accident and ran to his residence at 624 S. Fillmore St. Christopher Elben, 40, was an injured passenger who was transported to the Clarke County Hospital. Damage estimate is $5,000. The accident is still under investigation. To see Sutton’s charges from Feb. 19, go to page 2. SINGLE COPY PRICE: 75¢

“Money for Nothing.” “Sultans of Swing.” “Walk of Life.” These popular Dire Straits songs were all over the airwaves in the 1980s, and can still be heard on many radio stations today. Now, that music is coming to Osceola with the band The Straits, which features Dire Straits’ Alan Clark and Chris White with other talented, hand-picked musicians. “People can expect to see Dire Straits music played extremely well by a superb band of word-class musicians,” said Clark during a telephone interview with the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune Feb. 20. The show is 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8, at Lakeside Casino’s Event Center. How it began The band The Straits was formed when Clark and White, a saxophonist, were having breakfast at a hotel in Rome. They’d been presented with an opportunity to play a charity show. “I had no idea what this would become,” Clark said. “I was completely openminded about it.” The charity show soon evolved into a world tour for the band. During the time of the phone interview, The Straits were performing shows throughout the United Kingdom. Touring They travel to the United States this week for their tour, which will be the first U.S. tour for The Straits. “It’s going to be a very

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Christopher Michael Schaeffer, 39, of Des Moines was charged with three counts of fifth-degree theft 5:08 a.m. Feb. 14 On Feb. 19, Schaeffer was released from Clarke County Jail as per the clerk of court. —————— Arturo Manuel Olivero, 26, of Osceola was charged with disorderly conduct

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11:45 p.m. Feb. 14. On Feb. 15, Olivero was arraigned and released from Clarke County Jail as per the magistrate. —————— Kyle Patrick Sutton, 23, of Osceola was charged with public intoxication 2:25 a.m. Feb. 19. Sutton was arraigned and released from Clarke County Jail after posting bond.

POLICE REPORT Kyle Patrick Sutton, 23, 624 S. Fillmore St., was charged with criminal mischief noon Feb. 12. —————— Cody Alan Smith, 26, Decatur, was charged with fifthdegree theft 3:40 p.m. Feb. 17.

Roberto Lopez, 27, 529 S. Jackson St., was charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 15. —————— Candido Morales, 28, 529 S. Jackson St., was charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 15.

ACCIDENT Nicole Elise Ruth, 26, of Murray was cited for not having insurance after an accident 2:12 p.m. Feb. 9 on Kansas and Kendall streets in Clarke County. According to a Clarke County Sheriff’s report, Jennifer Sue Decker, 34, of Murray, driving a 2007 Ford, was attempting to turn north onto Kendall Street when her vehicle was struck by a 1992 Chevrolet pickup driven by Ruth. Damage estimates are $3,000 to Decker’s vehicle and $3,000 to the 1992 pickup owned by Richard Merlyn Bonde. —————— No citations were issued after an accident 5:45 p.m. Feb. 19 on Interstate 35 near

mile-marker 34. According to a Clarke County Sheriff’s report, Charlotte Ann Brien, 69, of Des Moines, driving a 1996 Pontiac, attempted to turn north onto Interstate 35 and lost control of the vehicle in the left lane of the road. Brien’s vehicle went into the path of a 2012 Volvo semitrailer driven by Gerald Edwin Meffero, 56, of Slickville, Penn., and slid under the trailer. Meffero’s vehicle returned to the left lane of the road and came to a stop on the left side of the interstate. Brien was transported to Clarke County Hospital. Damage estimates are $6,000 to Brien’s vehicle and $500 to Meffero’s vehicle.

COLLEGE NEWS Saint John’s University COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. – Joseph Lampe, the son of Brad and Amy Lampe of Osceola, has earned the distinction of being named to the dean’s list for the 2013 fall semester at Saint John’s University (SJU). Lampe is a senior mathematics major at SJU. To be included on the dean’s list, students must have a semester grade-point average of at least 3.80 and have completed 12 credits for which honor points (A, B, C,) are awarded. Students included on the dean’s list cannot have any “unsatisfactory” or “incomplete” grades for that semester. —————— University of Iowa IOWA CITY — Some 4,000 undergraduate students at the University of Iowa were named to the dean’s list for the 2013 fall semester. • Travis Thornburgh of New Virginia • Mickey Halverson of Osceola

Undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the Tippie College of Business who achieve a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher on 12 semester hours or more of UI graded course work during a given semester or summer session and who have no semester hours of I (incomplete) or O (no grade reported) during the same semester are recognized by inclusion on the dean’s list for that semester. Undergraduate students in the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine may qualify for the dean’s list with fewer than 12 semester hours of graded credit if deemed appropriate by the college. College of Nursing students participating in clinical courses must have a total of 12 semester hours of earned credit, with eight semester hours of graded credit with a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher.

American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Clarke County will host a kickoff event 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Osceola Senior Center, 114 S. Fillmore St., as volunteers and participants launch fundraising efforts for the year. The kickoff will provide information on registering for the event, as well as fundraising ideas. Those interested will also be able to register to participate for the overnight event to be held on Friday, June 13, beginning at 6 p.m. at Clarke Community High School track. The world’s largest grassroots fundraising movement, Relay For Life, mobilizes communities throughout the country to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost and provide participants with an opportunity to fight back against cancer. This year, Relay For Life will take place in nearly 6,000 communities in the United States and 20 other countries and will raise funds to support the mission of the American Cancer Society to save lives by helping people stay well, by helping people get well, by finding cures, and fighting back.

For more information about the upcoming kickoff, contact Karen Irwin at 641-572-0100 or kirwinmin@aol.com or visit www. relayforlife.org/clarkecountyia or www.facebook. com/RelayForLifeClarkeCountyIA Sign up for Relay For Life of Clarke County today and help the community finish the fight against cancer. About the American Cancer Society American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of more than 3 million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the society’s efforts have contributed to a 20 percent decline in cancer death rates in the U.S. since 1991, and a 50 percent drop in smoking rates. Nearly 14 million Americans who have had cancer and countless more who have avoided it will celebrate more birthdays this year. For more information, to get help, or to join the fight, call anytime, day or night, at 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org.

A free-will donation soup supper fundraiser is planned March 8 at Clarke County Fairgrounds Event Center, 2070 Highway 34. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The menu includes chili, ham and beans with cornbread and chicken noodle. There will be a silent

auction with plaques for livestock exhibitors and assorted items. There will be a live auction to raise funds for the events at the county fair. For directions, go west of Osceola on Highway 34. For more information, go to www.clarkecountyfair.org.

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Billy Mongar Osceola

Billy Mongar, 80, of Osceola died Feb. 19, 2014, at Southern Hills Specialty Care. Services were 2 Mongar p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St. The Rev. Dwayne Henrichs officiated. Interment was in Maple Hill Cemetery with military rites presented by American Legion DavisPence Post No. 69 of Osceola. Memorials may be direct-

Vera Klemme Osceola

Vera Klemme, 93, of Osceola died Feb. 18, 2014, at Clarke County Hospital. Services were 10 a.m. Satur- Klemme day, Feb. 22, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St. Chaplain Emery McDonald officiated. Interment was in Maple Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to Broadhorn Community

Dorthy Bowlsby Osceola

Dorthy Bowlsby, 83, of Osceola died Feb. 11, 2014, at her home. Services were 11:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17, at Kale Bowlsby Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St. The Rev. Cass Young officiated. Interment was in Maple Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be given to Ronald McDon-

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ed to his family for a fitting tribute to be decided on at a later date. Online condolences may be left at www. kalefuneralhome.com. Billy Lorraine Mongar, son of Eva (Leeps) and Elias Mongar, was born Jan. 22, 1934, in Osceola. He received his education at Osceola schools and graduated from Osceola High School in 1952. Billy served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1958, serving most of that time in Germany. Other than his years in the Army, he has been a lifetime resident of Osceola. On July 19, 1959, Billy married Letitia Utley at the First Christian Church in

Osceola. Before joining the Army, Billy helped his father in his cement and masonry business. After the Army, he was a gas station attendant for five years, a milkman for five years and owned and operated a gas station for four years. His last job was with a heavy moving and rigging company from which he retired on disability in 1988. Billy was a member of the First Christian Church in Osceola. Billy is survived by his wife Letitia “Tish� of Osceola; children, Michael (Stacy) Mongar of Sioux Falls, S.D., Teresa Mongar of Venice, Fla., and Larry

(Lori) Mongar of Osceola; grandchildren, Courtney, Jessica and Jacob Mongar of Sioux Falls, S.D., Trevor Mongar of Venice, Fla., and Kayci Mongar and Chelsi (Zach) Lamb, all of Osceola; sister Karalee (Norman) Cook of Osceola; sisters-inlaw, Loretta (Cliff) Reeves of Murray, Margo Utley of Des Moines and Doris Townsend of Osceola; nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends. Billy was preceded in death by his parents, parents-in-law, daughter Tammy, brother Robert, sister Roberta in infancy and brother-in-law Kenneth Ronald “Ron� Utley.

Church or Clarke County Animal Shelter. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com. Vera Maxine Klemme, daughter of Mary Edith (Marshall) and James Milton Mart, was born June 26, 1920, in Garden Grove. Vera was raised by her grandmother Julia Marshall after her mother died when Vera was six months old. Vera received her education at LeRoy and Weldon schools. On Aug. 20, 1936, Vera married Paul Edward McWilliams. After Paul’s death, she later married Raymond

Hoyt Klemme on Sept. 6, 1958. Vera and Hoyt owned and operated Klemme Motel and Cafe in Osceola, and then she also worked at Robinsons for several years. Vera played the piano and taught Sunday school at Weldon Christian Church and later attended the First Christian Church in Osceola and most recently Broadhorn Community Church. Vera is survived by her sons, Richard “Dick� (Juanita) McWilliams of Osceola and Don Klemme of Des Moines; daughters, Bette (Denny) Farlow-Miller, Kathy (Jim) Richards and

Marilyn (Steve) Wilkins, all of Osceola; 15 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren; 25 great-greatgrandchildren; nieces, Anne (Jack) McDonough of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Mary Ellen Mart of Indianola, as well as many other nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Vera was preceded in death by her parents, first husband in 1955, second husband in 1990; brothers, Murray (Virginia) Mart and Leland (Mary) Mart; stepson Bill Klemme; and grandparents, Owen and Julia Marshall.

ald House in Des Moines. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com. Dorthy Marie Bowlsby, daughter of Ida Pearl (Driver) and Milo Clifton Smith, was born Aug. 2, 1930, in Clarke County. On Nov. 17, 1951, Dorthy married Clyde Wilber Bowlsby at Highland Park Christian Church in Des Moines. Dorthy worked in the home. Dorthy attended Calvary Bible Church in Osceola. Dorthy is survived by her daughters, Katherine (Greg) Martin of Allendale,

Mich., Sharon (Carl) Mattson of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Susan (Steve) Proctor of Webster City; son Jerry (Faith) Bowlsby of Hospers; grandchildren, Kim (Doug) Short, Kris (Casey) Wyatt, David (Alex) Adair, Daniel Adair, Ashley Slowinski, Jessica (Josh) Kelly, Michael Mattson, Leah Mattson, Sarah (Michael) Andrews, Elisha (Daryn) Bates, Brad (Holly) Proctor, Jeremy (Courtney) Bowlsby, Josh (Carrie) Bowlsby, Justin Bowlsby, Jared (Crystal) Bowlsby and Hailey Bowlsby; greatgrandchildren, Darian, Kailey, Kiera, Brianna, Daniel,

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Ramona Stogdill, 79, of G r a n d R i v e r died Feb. 20, 2014, at Mercy Hospice in Johnston. Cremation was Stogdill arranged by Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., Osceola, and no services are planned. Online condolences may be left at www. kalefuneralhome.com. Ramona Mae Stogdill, daughter of Martha (Kleiwer) and John Munyon, was born Feb. 22, 1934, in Huxley. Ramona grew up in the Grand River area and graduated from Grand River High School.

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that are really fired up about what’s going on at Clarke, and I think that there’s some really fantastic things that are happening and I’d like to see that continue.” Talk about town For the past week, the office of Osceola Sentinel-Tribune has received many questions about the rumor of Clarke Community School Board not renewing Gonzales’ one-year contract. Gerard Linskens, Clarke School Board president, said he wanted to address the rumors. “These are the facts,” Linskens said. “We did have a closed session during the last board meeting regarding the mid-term performance evaluation of the superintendent, which is customary for us to do. No actions can be taken in a closed session, and of course, no action was taken during a closed session.” According to Linskens, no more information about the closed session can be shared. “It’s pertinent just like with anyone else’s performance in any particular job. It’s confidential information,” he said. Contract It’s been less than a year since

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the school board hired Gonzales. In April 2013, the board announced a one-year superintendent contract was awarded to Gonzales, who was the shared superintendent of Sigourney and Tri-County Community school districts. The board offered Gonzales a one-year contract starting July 1. This included a salary of $130,000 and cafeteria plan for insurance — a type of employee benefit plan — of $1,000 per month. The contract also included 30 days of sick leave, which would consist of 20 days of sick leave from Gonzales’ former school districts, and 10 days of sick leave Clarke offers for the first-year position. The contract also had 20 vacation days and $5,000 toward moving expenses. Positions In 2013, Clarke School Board had to replace four administrative positions within the district — superintendent, curriculum director, activities director and elementary principal. In 2014, the board will once again have to look for a new superintendent. Linskens said the process of a superintendent search will begin soon.

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the club teams play against? “We’d probably end up playing JV (junior varsity) teams in the area,” Sweeney said. “We’d have to figure that out on our own.” If the club soccer season proves to be a success, what comes next? If Clarke soccer does well, Sweeney said he has been recommended by the state to then start the program as a junior-varsity program for two years so the district can become more accustomed to the state’s structured environment and scheduling. After that period of time, the next step would be for Clarke to create a

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The Governor’s Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP) confirmed on Tuesday, Feb. 28, that in 2013, the drug compound 5F-PB-22 was responsible for the death of three Iowans in their late teens and early twenties. Synthetic cannabinoids continue to plague the nation, even with tough laws, Iowans are still risking their lives with these drugs. In the past several years, the House Public Safety Committee has focused on stopping synthetic drug use in Iowa. Synthetic cannabinoids are often sold as “fake weed” or K2 or Spice. They are created by using a mixture of chemicals sprayed on dried plants. These products are marketed as a “legal high” and sometimes are disguised as plant food and incense. Unfortunately, no one knows what actually goes in to these products. The manufacturers constantly change the chemical compounds, in an attempt to keep their dangerous product on the market. Last week, the Drug Enforcement Agency used emer-

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varsity soccer program. JV next year? One of Sweeney’s goals is to have soccer become a junior-varsity sport by next year. He said the program would be evaluated on a “year-byyear basis.” However, Sweeney did say he was nervous about club soccer, especially as it gets closer to spring. “I have my reservations about it, but we have a lot of, especially, young interest,” Sweeney said. “I’m all for anything that gets kids involved.” When students do ask Sweeney about club soccer, he said he replies, “It’s a work in progress.”

Timber Ridge Cattle Company creates impact Peter Woltz, owner of Timber Ridge Cattle Company, is changing the face, as well as the feed in farming. Timber Ridge Cattle Company, located in Osceola, is not a typical runof-the-mill cattle operation. Woltz’s cattle are grass-fed, as well as fed flax. Timber Ridge Cattle Company sells beef jerky, beef sticks and summer sausage made from their flax-fed cattle. Omega-3-loaded flax boosts the omega-3s traditionally found in grass-fed beef. Quick refresher: Omega-3 fatty acids are essential to the human body, but because the human body doesn’t naturally produce omega-3s, they must be found from outside food sources like grass-fed beef, walnuts or salmon. Omega-3s not only reduce inflammation, but they may also lower risk of chronic diseases. In addition to being high in omega-3 fatty acids, flax is also high in fiber. With the support of his wife Cindy, Woltz has put a lot of effort into this business venture that he started back in 2006. “I am passionate about creating a product that has a better health profile than what we’ve been used to,”Woltz said. “I’m passionate about flax seeds.” Timber Ridge snacks are low in calories and saturated fat, high in

proteins and are shelf stable. These snacks may appeal to health conscious people, as well as active people who need snacks that travel easily. Woltz said he is proud his products contain no unhealthy additives or preservatives. “We don’t use sodium nitrates or msg (monosodium glutamate) in the products, so it’s a good, safe protein snack for kids. Kids seem to love the flavor, too,” Woltz said. People not only benefit from the flax, but so do his cattle. “The cattle are more healthy. There’s a dramatic difference in the health of the cattle being fed flax to those that are not being fed flax,” Woltz said. Woltz’s flax-fed cattle are “Never Ever 3” USDA certified, which means they are never given hormones, antibiotics and feed additives. Timber Ridge Cattle Company products can be found at Des Moines Downtown Farmers’ Market and Iowa Food Coop (www.iowafoodcoop.com) or they can be purchased online at www.timberridgecattle. com. Like “Timber Ridge Cattle Company” on Facebook. For more information contact Southern Iowa RC&D food coordinator, Alexi Groumoutis at 641-7824033. Like “Southern Iowa Local Food Initiative” on Facebook.

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Fishing tournament: Pictured are Steven Sereg, left, and Cody Mundy during the West Lake Ice Out:

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Heilman on podium at state wrestling By SCOTT VICKER

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DES MOINES — Last week’s State Wrestling Tournament featured a range of emotions for Interstate 35 senior Bobby Heilman. There was elation. There was disappointment. And, finally, there was a sense of validation. Validation in that all of Heilman’s hard work had paid off in the form of a sixth-place medal at the 2014 Iowa High School State Wrestling Tournament. “It feels amazing,” Heilman said. “I’ve never experienced it before. It’s indescribable how amazing it feels.” Heilman’s tournament started with a loss to eventual runner-up Mario Pena of Hampton-Dumont by fall in 3:25 on Friday. With the senior 285-pounder needing to win two matches or face elimination, Heilman went on a run, recording three straight pins spanning Friday into Saturday, guaranteeing himself at least sixth place, and giving himself a shot at third place. “He had himself a great tournament,” Interstate 35 head coach Randy Calvert said. “Heavyweights, it’s all about who falls first sometimes. The last couple of days, he’s wrestled so well. The last two weeks he’s improved so much with his hips and his movement, we’re just so proud of him. Where he started at and where he finished at, it was unbelievable.” Heilman pinned Atlantic’s Jezidiah Phippen in 3:37 and then decked North Fayette Valley’s Dalton Lape in 1:33. That’s when he got a familiar opponent in Benton Community’s Quintin Taylor, who Heilman pinned in just 58 seconds.

“It’s my sister’s boyfriend, so that made it interesting,” Heilman said with a smile after the match. “I came out, I wanted to be tough right off the whistle. I got my foot stuck in the mat and he pushed me back and I kind of bailed out. I built my base, and I felt his weight wasn’t on me and was pushing into me, so I went for the roll and I stuck him.” That gave Heilman two matches on Saturday to determine where he’s place, from third to sixth. Heilman lost to Monticello’s Daniel Pike by fall in 2:45 and then was pinned by Solon’s Logan Linderbaum in 2:25 in the fifthplace match. “I knew I was going to have tough kids,” Heilman said. “It’s top eight. That’s all you can expect is tough matches. You’ve got to come out prepared, and I felt like I was prepared, but I didn’t wrestle to my full potential. Sixth place, starting as a freshman never wrestling before — I’m never satisfied, but I’m happy.” “He had a great tournament,” Calvert said. “He had those three falls in a row. We knew coming back today (Saturday) was going to be tough, because we knew he had good kids. Sometimes you hit it and it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Today, they didn’t work for him like they did yesterday.” Calvert said the key to Heilman’s success at the state tournament was how much he had improved in just the two weeks since sectionals. “Some of the things he used up here at the state tournament, he couldn’t use three weeks ago, because technique wise, he didn’t use them right,” Calvert said. “But he worked on it and worked on it, and he executed them really well up here. That’s the part that we’re really proud

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DES MOINES — It might not have been the finish Jacob Bair wanted, but it was still a successful end to his high school wrestling career here at the 2014 State Wrestling Tournament, as he advanced to the quarterfinal round. “Obviously a little disappointing to him to not make the podium, but I thought he wrestled really well,” Clarke head coach Brian Reece said. “He was pretty aggressive in his matches and the thing I told him afterward is he has nothing to be ashamed of. He has a lot to still be proud of.” The senior 170-pounder opened his first career appearance in the state tournament by pinning Sioux Center’s Mitchell Sandbulte Bair in 2:21 to advance to the quarterfinal

round. In the quarterfinals, Bair ran into a tough opponent in second-ranked Trevor Frain, who would go on to place sixth. Frain won an 8-1 decision over Bair to send him into the consolation bracket. “He just never could get his offense going,” Reece said about the match against Frain. “Trevor’s really hard to get out of position and score on. He’s a strong wrestler. Jacob Knew that. Knowing that Trevor is really difficult to score on kind of got in our head a little bit.” Needing just one win on the consolation side to guarantee himself a spot on the podium, Bair ran into a stroke of bad luck in his match against Wahlert Dubuque’s Weslee Haynes in a 5-4 decision. “He turned him with 22 seconds left to tie the match 4-4 and then went out of bounds,” Reece said. “Had a couple more restarts and the last restart with 10 seconds left, he wrestled him and heard a whistle and stopped wres-

tling on the whistle and the kid got an escape to win 5-4. “I know he’s upset about that. That’s one of those things, this being his first time down there, that’ll happen sometimes the first time there. I thought he wrestled well again, just one of those things where he was about three seconds away from being in overtime.” Even though his career ended without a state medal, it’s still been a successful career for Bair, who has topped 100 wins and will go down as one of the winningest wrestlers in school history. “Now that the season is over and his career is over, we can look back and reflect on what sort of career he had,” Reece said. “I know he’s in the top three or four in terms of program wins for a career. He’s meant a lot to the wrestling program over the last four years. He’s been a good voice for us and a good recruiter. He’s going to be hard to replace next year for sure.”

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The one-hour workshop will take place at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 3, at the Community Health Centers of Southern Iowa, 302 N.E. 14th St., in Leon. Through the Smart Choice Health Insurance workshop, attendees will: • Understand the im-

OSCEOLA LIFEPOINT ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 801 N. Fillmore, 641.342.2334, Chuck DeVos, Lead Pastor, Jason Gibson, Youth Pastor. Sunday - 9 am & 10:30 am, Worship, 9 am, Bible Classes. Wednesday - 7 pm - Kid’s Activities, Focal Point Youth & Prayer Meeting. Web site: www.lifepointministries.net CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH, 2225 N. Main. Matt Floyd, pastor. Transportation provided by Church if needed. 641-342-4778. Sunday - 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Morning Worship. 6 p.m. - Sunday Evening Services. 7 p.m. - Wednesday, Bible Study & Prayer. Web site: www.calvaryosceola.org CHRIST’S WAY CHURCH, Shane Simpson, pastor, 201 Leann Drive, 641-342-6181 or Sunday 9 a.m. - Sunday School, 10 a.m. - Worship Service. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. - Youth Groups & Adult Bible Study. Sunday - 6:30 p.m. - Worship. Bible Studies are offered throughout the week. Call for schedule. CHURCH OF CHRIST, Douglas Berry, evangelist, 3310 West McLane, 641-342-2720. Sunday 7:30 a.m.-”Search” on Channel 23 KCWI. 9:30 a.m.-Bible Classes. 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. - Worship. Wednesday - 7 p.m. - Worship and Bible Study. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER-DAY SAINTS, East on Highway 34, 641-342-6333. Sunday - 10 a.m. -Sacrament meeting. 11:20 a.m. - Sunday School and Primary. 12:10 p.m. - Relief Society-Priesthood. Wednesdays - 2:00-8:00 p.m. Family History Center. COMMUNITY OF CHRIST CHURCH, 414 East McLane, Elder Tom Meyer, pastor, 342-2553. 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. FAITH FELLOWSHIP, Evangelical Free Church, 230 S. Fillmore, Pastor Sheldon Lorenson, 342-6603. Youth Pastor Darrin Baumfalk. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. - Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. - Morning Worship. Wednesday - 7 p.m. - Mid-week Bible study and prayer service. Weekly small groups - call for info. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Southern Baptist, 900 South Fillmore. 641-414-3740. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship Service - 6:00 p.m. Bible Study. Wednesday evening services - 6 p.m. Point of contact — 641-4143740. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ), 300 South Main St., The Rev. Dr. Al Adams, minister, Sunday - 9 a.m. Sunday school for all, 10 a.m. - Worship, Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. Soul Cafe worshipful supper. GRACE BIBLE CHURCH OF SOUTHERN IOWA, meets at 410 N. Dewey Osceola. Cass Young, pastor. 641-342-7110. 10:00 a.m. Church Service. LIGHT OF GRACE, 400 E. Cass St., 641-745-7257, Victor Lochman, pastor, worship Sunday, 10 a.m.

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Church tax By The Rev. Dr. Al Adams

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When they reached Capernaum, the collectors of the temple tax came to Peter and said, “Does your teacher not pay the temple tax?” He said, “Yes, he does.” (Mt. 17:24) A rather heated discussion of taxes – sales, income, city, state, you name it, was going on at the next table. All of a sudden, a young voice chipped in with “I don’t pay any tax!” A quick answer came back. “Well, it’s a good thing the rest of us do. Why, taxes pay for services and things we all need.” The young man thought a minute. “Well, I wonder then,” he ventured, “about that ten percent the Bible talks about. I mean, don’t we all need God? Don’t we all need to know about Jesus? And, don’t we all need church because we’re supposed to lean on each other and help each other? Isn’t that ten percent supposed to support all that? That’s a lot for just ten percent. Don’t you guys pay more than that for these taxes you’re talking about? Seems to me what we get from, well, call it ‘church tax’ if you want, lasts a whole lot longer than anything we get from all those other taxes.” Thus launched a rather interesting discussion of what a “tax” really is. A woman, obviously exhausted from work, stopped by the table. “I’ll tell you what’s taxing”, she added to the mix, “work is taxing!” They all looked up at her. “Yeah,” she continued, “ever think that the tax you’re talking about isn’t just money? What taxes your time? This young man’s got something there. Ever let God tax your time? I mean, the government takes it off the top, right? Can’t easily get out of the store without paying tax, and just try not paying that April 15 tax – oh yeah, right! So, how about giving God that 10 percent – right off the top – money, time, you name it. Now THAT time might just grow on you!” And with that, she said goodbye and left, a new spring in her step. Silence fell over the table. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 101 E. View Place, Rev. J.R. Wheeler, pastor, 641-3423121. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. God’s Service. 10:15 a.m. - Sunday School. Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Elders & Deacons meeting. OSCEOLA FULL GOSPEL CHURCH, 700 Colorado, Osceola, IA. Pastor James R. Sheesley. Sunday - Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. - Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. - Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Wednesday - Bible Study, 7 p.m. Website: www.osceolafullgospelchurch.com SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST, corner of Hwy. 69 and 152, SDA50213@yahoo.com. Saturday - 9:30 a.m. - Sabbath School. 11:00 a.m. - Church Service. ST. BERNARD CATHOLIC CHURCH, 222 East Pearl. 641342-2850. Fr. David Polich. English mass on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Spanish mass on Sundays at noon. Misas espa-

noles los domingos 12 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 130 W. Grant St. Osceola, 641342-2830. Julie M. Poore, pastor. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. www (Wonderful Wednesday Worship). Sunday: 8 and 10:15 a.m., Worship; 9 a.m. Sunday School. Nursery available.

Four men sat looking at the door after she left. “Never thought of it that way,” one finally said. “Yep, seems like the church does a whole lot more with a whole lot less than the government ever did. I’m really thinking about that.” The young man spoke up again. “I’m gonna do more than think and talk. I’m gonna DO. I figure God gives 100 percent; the least I can do is 10 percent.” And he got up, waved at the other three, and left. That made me think. And think. As it should all of us. How many of us give God what’s left (if there IS anything left) after we’ve taken care of everything else? God gave – and gives – off the top. God gave his most precious son. What if God gave us what was left, if there was anything? Oh my. You know, in many ways we’re just like the “foreigners” Jesus spoke about. In many ways, a God-centered, Jesus-centered life is foreign to us. Let’s think about this together. When you think of your “to-do” list for the day, does prayer or read scripture go at the top? When you plan your vacation, do you say to yourself, “Now I’ll have some more time with God!” Or is it more like, “Later, God, later I’ll have time for You.” But does later REALLY ever come – that often? How about spending one morning a week in church? Let’s see, four hours out of perhaps out of 84 (or more) waking hours in your week is about 4.7 percent of your time. Why that leaves another 5.3 percent for prayer, Bible study and getting equipped to be the hands and feet of Jesus wherever you go. And the young man was right, you know. “Church tax” is so much more joy-filled, fulfilling and much longer lasting. How about it? I know, it might be a big priority shift, but there are many of us growing into living a church-tax life. Won’t you join us? How about this week? Servicio. Martes - 6:00 p.m., Oracion. Jueves - 6:00 p.m., Misioneros. Viernes - 6:00 p.m., Hogares. MEDORA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Keith Putney, pastor, 641-449-3544. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. - Worship, 9:15 a.m. - Church School.

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ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1112 Hillcrest Court, Chariton, IA (North on Highway 14). Rev. Sue Palmer. 641-7744911. Sunday Worship Service: 9:15 a.m.

LACELLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Dwayne Henrichs, pastor. Sunday - 11 a.m. - Morning Worship Service. LA IGLESIA DE DIOS DE LA PROFECIA, Lilia Perez, Pastora. 1215 S. Main St, Osceola. Dia de Cultos: Domingo - 10:30 a.m., Escuela Dominical. 11:30 a.m.,

MURRAY CHURCH OF CHRIST, 430 Third St., Murray, IA 50174, 641 4472569. Minster - Brian McCracken. Activities: Sunday - 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship; 6 p.m. - Bible Study. Wednesday - 3:30 p.m. - J.A.M. 7

p.m. - Bible Study/Youth Groups. MURRAY BAPTIST CHURCH, 641-447-2487. Corner of 3rd and Grant Streets. Pastor Alex Bauman. Sunday - 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Morning Worship. 6 p.m. - Sunday Evening Service. 7 p.m. - Jr./Sr. High Youth Group. Wednesday 7 p.m. - Prayer and Bible Study. 3rd Thursday each month - 7 p.m. -Ladies Missionary Group. MURRAY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 707 Maple St., Pastors Brandon Campbell, Sandy Smith. Sunday Worship 11 a.m.-12 p.m., children’s church during worship; Fellowship and Adult Lessons 10 a.m.

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OTTAWA BETHEL CHAPEL CHRISTIAN UNION CHURCH- 8 miles north of Ottawa, Dan Newell, pastor. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. morning worship.

TRURO PERU-TRURO UNITED METHODIST PARISH, Truro, 641765-4782. Sandy Smith, Pastor. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School - Worship-11:00 a.m. Peru 8:30 a.m. Worship. TRURO CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Truro, Shonda Deranleau, pastor, 641-765-4524. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School -10:30 a.m. Worship.

VAN WERT VAN WERT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Rev. Lyle Ball, pastor. Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship Service. 9:30 a.m. - Children’s Sunday School. VAN WERT ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, Pastor Butch Black, Sunday - 10 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - Worship. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. - Bible Study.

WELDON SMYRNA FRIENDS CHURCH, 6 miles E. & 1 mile N. of Weldon, Charlie Coffey, minister. Sunday - fellowship and coffee 10 a.m. Church starts at 10:30 a.m. Worship. WELDON CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Weldon, Dennis Huffman, Ed West and Mary Case, co-pastors. Sunday - 9 a.m. - Sunday School. 10 a.m. - Church Service. CWF meets first and third Wednesdays at 7 p.m. WELDON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Rick Hawkins, pastor. Sunday 9:30 a.m. - Church Service.

WOODBURN WOODBURN CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Willa Heaberlin Pastor, Gary Parsons, Sunday School superintendent. Morning Worship - 9:30 a.m., Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. WOODBURN METHODIST CHURCH, Tom Murr, pastor. Sunday - 8:45 a.m. - Worship Service.

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Iowa OneCall......................................14.40 Dixon Snow Removal......................997.75 TOTAL (HCE)................................1255.07 THURSDAY • FEBRUARY RECEIPTS 27, 2014 GENERAL..........................................49.91 ROAD USETAX............................1272.19 FIRE DEPARTMENT..........................4.28 PROPERTYTAX................................94.92 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX....2407.23 FOR CLARKE COUNTY NATIONWIDE ADVANTAGE TOTAL............................................3828.53 DISBURSEMENTS MORTGAGE COMPANY, Plaintiff HUMAN DEVELOPMENT................0.00 vs. SHANA D. SKROH; SPOUSE OF COMMUNITY PROTECTION.......531.26 SHANA D. SKROH; CLINTON L. POLICY ADMINISTRATION.....3852.23 SKROH AND JACKIE LYNN KERNS, HOME & COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT...........................1255.07 Defendants. TOTAL............................................5638.56 EQUITY NO. EQCV011944 ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR INTERSTATE 35 COMMUNITY PUBLICATION SCHOOL DISTRICT TO: SHANA D. SKROH 405 E. NORTH STREET SPOUSE OF SHANA D. SKROH TRURO, IA 50257-0079 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and SPECIAL BOARD MEETING required to serve upon Belin McCormick, MINUTES P.C., Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is 5:30 P.M. 666 Walnut Street Suite 2000, Des High School Library Moines, Iowa 50309-3989, telephone February 10, 2014 number 515-283-4676; facsimile number AGENDA 515-283-4653, an appearance, motion or I. Call to Order - President Julie Brownpleading to the Petition which is now on file on or before the 27th day of March, lee called the meeting to order at 5:34 p.m. II. Roll Call - Bryan Arzani, Julie 2014, and within a reasonable time thereafter to file a duplicate with the under- Brownlee, Leah Gray, Dan Kirkpatrick, signed Clerk of Court of Clarke County, at and Ken Stanley - present. Absent - None. III. Pledge of Allegiance the County Courthouse in Osceola, Iowa. IV. Welcome and recognize visitors If you need assistance to participate in Six visitors including staff and community court because of a disability, contact the disability coordinator at 515-286-3930. members were present. Linda Brock and Persons who are hearing or speech im- Randy Nichols, representatives from Ray paired may call Relay Iowa TTY (1-800- and Associates, were also present. Ad735-2943). Disability Coordinators can- ministration present: Jeff Snider, High School Principal; Dr. Jeff Craig, Superinnot provide legal advice. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, JUDG- tendent; and Ted Bauer, Business ManagMENT BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN er. V. Approval of Agenda - Motion to apAGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF DEprove the agenda by Dan Kirkpatrick, secMANDED IN THE PETITION. onded by Leah Gray. Motion carried YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the Petition of the Plaintiff filed January 7, Ayes 5, Nays 0. Board President Julie Brownlee asked 2014, in the above-entitled action is now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the visitors if they had any questions or comDistrict Court of the State of Iowa, in and ments (Open Forum). A community memfor Clarke County, asking judgment in ber offered his time to serve on district rem against the mortgaged property here- committees in the future. VI. BOE Self-Assessment - Superinteninafter described for: 1. The sum of $84,489.32, with interest dent Dr. Craig handed out Board Goals at amount stated in Note, being the and Priorities 2013-14 that the Board had amount due plus interest upon the Promis- previously set. Board members commentsory Note in the principal sum of ed that they really like having work ses$91,670.00 dated March 20, 2006; which sions on a regular basis. It makes board Note was made and executed by Shana D. meetings go smoother and board members Skroh and Clinton L. Skroh and now expressed that they felt they understood ispayable to the Plaintiff, which Note the sues and situations much better because of Plaintiff has declared due and payable the additional time spent collaboratively. forthwith because of the default of the De- They also discussed ways to continue to fendants in failing to make payment of enhance and strengthen community relamonthly sums of principal and interest tions and board involvement including endue. The said sum includes delinquent in- couraging people to attend board meetings terest and advancements to and including regularly, having board members available December 5, 2013, and represents the total during conferences, and having one or two sum due after allowing Defendants all just board members available to talk to parents credits; also asking for judgment for any and other community members prior to further or future advancements Plaintiff work sessions. They also felt it was immay be required to make for continuing portant for board members to continue to the abstract of title, or for any other pur- attend meetings, conventions, and workpose authorized by the terms of said Note shops to stay informed and educated in their roles and responsibilities. The Board and Mortgage and by Iowa law. 2. Also asking judgment for costs, in- agreed to survey the community again this Spring to gauge the progress in some of cluding reasonable attorney fees. 3. Also asking as against the Defen- these areas. VII. Organizational Chart - Superintendants above named a Decree of Foreclosure of Mortgage made and given by dent Dr. Craig handed out a proposed orShana D. Skroh and Clinton L. Skroh, ganization chart that he has been working The organization chart includes which Mortgage is dated March 20, 2006, on. recorded in Book 163, Page 67 of the Of- grouping individuals that have similar fice of the Recorder of Clarke County, skills and knowledge to optimize the reIowa; said Mortgage being given to secure sources of the district. More discussions the above-mentioned Note and other sums will take place at future board meetings. VIII. Approval of Personnel -- Motion claimed; which Mortgage covers the folto accept the resignation of Dr. Jeff Craig lowing described real estate to-wit: The South 71 1/2 feet of the W 1/2 of effective June 30, 2014 by Leah Gray, secLot 3, in Block 1, in the Original Town of onded by Dan Kirkpatrick. Motion carried Ayes 5, Nays 0. Osceola, Iowa IX. Search Firm Process - Ray and AsNOTICE THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED sociates Consultants, Linda Broch and FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMP- Randall Nichols, were present to discuss TION. THIS MEANS THAT THE SALE the potential timeline and process for hirOF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY ing a new superintendent. The Board WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER EN- members shared very positive comments TRY OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU regarding their experience with Ray and FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN Associates last year. Motion by Bryan DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE. IF Arzani, seconded by Dan Kirkpatrick to YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, retain Ray and Associates as the search THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL firm for hiring a superintendent to begin TWELVE MONTHS (OR SIX MONTHS July 1, 2014. Motion carried, Ayes 5, IF THE PETITION INCLUDED A Nays 0. At 7:10 p.m., Brownlee announced that WAIVER OF DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT) FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT there would be a break before entering into closed session. At this time, visitors IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE- left the library. X. Superintendent Evaluation (Closed FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS Session, Iowa Code, Ch. 21.5.i) - Leah FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE Gray moved to enter closed session, “To MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT evaluate the professional competency of YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS YOUR RESI- an individual whose appointment, hiring, DENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR performance, or discharge is being considTWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU ered when necessary to prevent needless WILL HAVE NO RIGHT OF REDEMP- and irreparable injury to that individual's TION AFTER THE SALE. THE PUR- reputation”, seconded by Dan Kirkpatrick. CHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE EN- Motion carried, Ayes 5, Nays 0. Closed TITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION session commenced at 7:36 p.m. Motion OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. to enter back into open session by Leah Gray, seconded by Bryan Arzani. Motion YOU MAY PURCHASE AT THE SALE. PLAINTIFF WAIVES ITS RIGHT TO carried, Ayes 5, Nays 0. Opened session A DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT HEREIN. resumed at 8:23 p.m. XI. Board Comments Plaintiff also asks for the appointment of a XII. Adjournment - Bryan Arzani Receiver to take charge of the Mortgaged moved to adjourn, seconded by Leah property and to collect the rents, issues and profits arising or which may be had Gray. Motion carried, Ayes 5, Nays 0. therefrom and to apply them as by Court Meeting was adjourned at 8:25 p.m. Julie Brownlee, Board President directed. No money judgment is asked Ted Bauer, Board Secretary against any Defendant herein. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, FUND 10 OPERATING FUND AD-VANCE CHEMICAL CO, LTD SEE THE PETITION NOW ON FILE. WEED KILLER/ICE MELT...........318.20 Dated this 10th day of February, 2014. ADA BADMINTON & TENNIS /s/ Linda Graves SUPPLIES.........................................248.57 CLERK OF THE DISTRICT ADVANCED REHABILITATION COURT/BY DEPUTY SYSTEMS OTHER EQUIPMENT.....................122.65 CITY OF WOODBURN AGRILAND 607 SIGLER BOX 26 FUEL............................................11,629.90 WOODBURN, IA 50275 AHLERS & COONEY, P.C. 641-342-7198 The regular council meeting was held LEGAL SERVICES.........................977.50 Monday, February 10, 2014, at Woodburn ALLIANT UTILITIES INC City Hall, Woodburn, Iowa. Mayor, ELECTRICTY & GAS Randy Wright called the Council Meeting USAGE........................................19,754.34 to order at 7:05 P.M. Council members BANK OF MONTREAL present - Joy Durham, Tim Pollard, and MISC. CHARGES............................443.21 Teresa Wright. Vickie Brown and Gary BRASS, BART K Kent were absent. Jodi Carson City Clerk, REPAIR SERVICE..........................200.00 Christian Dekker Clarke County Sheriff BREEDING'S TRUE VALUE Deputy and Dave Reynolds were present. SUPPLIES.............................................7.98 Tim Pollard made a motion to approve CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY, INC the minutes as read. Seconded by Joy SUPPLIES...........................................75.00 CHANNING BETE COMPANY Durham. All Ayes. Motion carried. The Street Signs will be discussed after MISC EXPENDITURES.................117.05 a bid is received. CITY OF TRURO Council's Pay raise will be tabled to WATER & SEWER EXPENSES....................................1,115.70 March. Joy Durham made a motion to have the CITY STATE BANK public hearing for the FY 2014-2015 Bud- SERVICES..........................................18.00 get hearing March 10th 2014 at 7:00 P.M. CLARKE COUNTY SHERIFF at Woodburn City Hall. Seconded by PURCHASED SERVICES................18.00 CONGER, ROBERT Teresa Wright. All Ayes. Motion Carried. Teresa Wright made a motion to ap- REPAIR PARTS & SUPPLIES.......459.27 prove the bills. Seconded by Joy Durham. CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY All Ayes. Motion carried. GAS DIVN Teresa Wright made a motion to ad- HEATING EXPENSES................6,264.38 journ. Seconded by Joy Durham. Motion CRESTON PUBLISHING carried. Meeting was adjourned at 7:37 ROADRUNNER REPORT..............279.84 P.M. DEMCO INC. LIBRARY SUPPLIES.....................158.33 Randy Wright/Mayor DES MOINES COMMUNITY Jodi Carson/City Clerk EXPENDITURES APPROVED BY PLAYHOUSE GENERAL SUPPLIES....................105.00 COUNCIL JANUARY, 2014 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION 2020 TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE........150.00 **PARKS** TOTAL(HD).........................................0.00 FAREWAY STORES GROCERIES AND SUPPLIES.......122.35 COMMUNITY PROTECTION FICKES, CLYDE W **STREET LIGHTS** Alliant Energy...................................494.08 SUPPLIES.........................................590.55 FIER, MICHAEL J. **FIRE DEPARTMENT** Alliant Energy.....................................37.18 EQUIPMENT REPAIR......................60.00 TOTAL(CP)......................................531.26 FINLEY, RICK REIMBURSEMENT..........................50.00 POLICY & ADMINISTRATION **CITY HALL** FOLLET LIBRARY RESOURCES, INC. Creston Publishing Co. - legal pub.......................................................36.96 LIBRARY SUPPLIES........................15.31 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT Windstream - phone/fax/long distance................................................98.12 SUPPLIES...........................................32.00 Safe Dep Box Rental..........................24.00 HEARTLAND AEA XI Alliant Energy.....................................86.74 SUPPLIES.........................................151.20 SIRWA - Water/Sewer.......................37.00 HILLYARD/DES MOINES IMFOA -Annual Dues........................40.00 SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT........1,037.42 Solutions - computer repair................94.50 HOGLUND BUS CO. INC Hy-Vee - supplies.................................6.78 BUS EQUIPMENT & Postmaster - Roll of Stamps...............92.00 SUPPLIES......................................1,362.86 TOTAL..............................................516.10 INTERSTATE COMMUNICATIONS TELEPHONE...................................988.41 **CLERK & FINANCIAL** Jodi Carson - Payroll........................458.40 IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL Treasurer - State of Iowa....................60.00 BOARDS EFTPS - 941 Tax..............................321.22 DUES & FEES..................................130.00 IPERS..................................................89.28 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS Local Option Sales Tax..................2407.23 NETWORK TOTAL (PA)...................................3852.23 INTERNET...........................................2.75 IOWA NOTARY SUPPLY HOME & COMMUNITY SUPPLIES...........................................75.00 ENVIRONMENT IOWA SCHOOL COUNSELOR **LANDFILL** CLARKE COUNTY LANDFILL.. .242.92 ASSOCIATION **CEM**...................................................0 MEMBERSHIP AND ADMISSION....................................125.00 **ROADS, BRIDGES, SIDEWALKS** Iowa OneCall......................................14.40 IPARADIGMS,LLC Dixon Snow Removal......................997.75 SOFTWARE/MAGNETIC TOTAL (HCE)................................1255.07 MEDIA...........................................1,335.00 RECEIPTS J P AUTO SUPPLY GENERAL..........................................49.91 REPAIR PARTS & SUPPLIES.........11.29 ROAD USETAX............................1272.19 J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC FIRE DEPARTMENT..........................4.28 MUSIC SUPPLIES...........................358.98

IPARADIGMS,LLC SOFTWARE/MAGNETIC MEDIA...........................................1,335.00 J P AUTO SUPPLY REPAIR PARTS & SUPPLIES.........11.29 J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC MUSIC SUPPLIES...........................358.98 MAKE MUSIC, INC SUPPLIES.........................................499.95 METHODIST OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH EMPLOYEE PHYSICAL..................80.00 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICITY & GAS USAGE......11.07 MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES PURCHASE SERVICE...................197.00 NASCO ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLIES.........................................112.95 NEBRASKA SCIENTIFIC SUPPLIES...........................................78.50 NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS TUITION........................................1,500.25 OFFICE DEPOT INC SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT..............56.86 ORKIN EXTERMINATING COM. PEST CONTROL...............................64.00 PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING SUPPLIES.........................................192.36 QUILL.COM TEACHING SUPPLIES...................264.66 RIEMAN MUSIC TEACHING MATERIALS.............140.10 RISER INCORPORATED BLEACHER REPAIR......................865.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES PARTS.................................................49.58 SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC. SUPPLIES.........................................783.83 SE WARREN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS OPEN ENROLLMENT..............10,501.75 SIMPLEX TIME RECORDER COMPANY EQUIPMENT REPAIRS...................45.00 SMITH, ART MILEAGE.............................................9.94 SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENTRY FEE.......................................35.00 SPRING VALLEY WIRELESS RADIOS............................................540.99 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT...........680.11 TRAVIS MECHANICAL BUILDING REPAIR.....................2,110.12 TREEFARM PRODUCTS.COM SOIL PROBE....................................115.10 TRUGREEN UPKEEP OF GROUNDS................743.65 TRURO POST OFFICE POSTAGE...........................................54.71 U S POSTAL SERVICE POSTAGE.........................................631.74 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA DISPOSAL........................................390.00 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCHOOLS OPEN ENROLLMENT BILLING........................................1,500.25 WILDWOOD HILLS RANCH & CONFERENCE CTR PURCHASED SERVICES..............100.00 WINGSPAN DUES & FEES..................................650.00 WINTERSET CSD OPEN ENROLLMENT BILLING......................................24,004.00 TOTAL.................................... $95,919.51 FUND 33 CAPITAL PROJECTSLOCAL OPTION SALES TAX BANKERS LEASING COMPANY COPIER RENT.................................696.00 CPMI, INC. CONSTRUCTION SERVICES................................220,931.05 KOCH BROTHERS SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT........1,786.36 OPN ARCHITECTS PURCHASED SERVICES...........1,314.25 STRUXTURE ARCHITECTS ARCHITECT & ENGINEER.......6,905.01 TOTAL................................. $231,632.67 FUND 81 SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUND CAITLIN WEEKS & GRACELAND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 JAKELA WHITE & ISU SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 JESSISCA DEUEL & ISU SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 KATELYNN BURKHEAD & KIRKWOOD COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 KRYSSA BROWN & KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 MIKAYLA YOUNG & IOWA CENTRAL COM COL SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 NICHOLAS SCHAFFER & DMACC SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 NICOLE TRAVIS & DMACC SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 TAYLOR JONDALL & DMACC SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 TRAVIS THORNBURGH & U OF IA SCHOLARSHIP TUITION..........1,000.00 TOTAL.................................... $10,000.00 FUND 61 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO MILK..............................................3,916.95 ATLANTIC COCA-COLA BOTTLING CONCESSION DRINKS.................529.20 FARNER BOCKEN CO SUPPLIES......................................1,256.20 HARRIS COMPUTER SYSTEMS TRANSACTION FEES......................73.75 LOFFREDO FRUIT/VEG...................................1,824.56 PARKER, CHRISTINA REIMBURSEMENT..........................25.00 US FOODS FOOD/SUPPLIES.........................9,647.84 TOTAL.................................... $17,273.50 FUND 21 ACTIVITY FUND 4 SEASONS FUND RAISING FRUIT............................................2,408.00 ALEXANDER, TERRY OFFICIAL...........................................70.00 AMOS, T. J. OFFICIAL.........................................180.00 ATLANTIC COCA-COLA BOTTLING CONCESSION DRINKS..............2,314.66 BACK, JASON OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 BAIER, TIM OFFICIAL...........................................85.00 BANK OF MONTREAL MISC CHARGES..........................5,683.48 BLAZER ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT GENERAL SUPPLIES......................43.06 BOBS CUSTOM TROPHIES SUPPLIES...........................................95.00 BOLTON & HAY, INC CONCESSION EQUIPMENT........621.17 BSN SPORTS, INC. EQUIPMENT...................................915.00 CJGA, FUND RAISERS..............................125.34 COON - RAPIDS - BAYARD ENTRY................................................70.00 DANNCO TRACK SUPPLIES..........................417.70 DAVIS, CARL OFFICIAL...........................................85.00 DECKER SPORTS GOODS, INC. SPORTING SUPPLIES................1,001.00 DILLARD, CARLOS OFFICIAL...........................................75.00 FAMILY TABLE RESTAURANT, THE MEAT..................................................81.46 FAREWAY STORES SUPPLIES.........................................109.53 FAREWAY STORES GROCERIES AND SUPPLIES.......254.04 FARMERS COOPERATIVE COMPANY FERTILIZER......................................18.00 GIBSON, BRIAN OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 GILGE, DAN OFFICIAL.........................................120.00 GRAPHIC EDGE, THE T-SHIRTS, ETC...............................165.20 GUTHRIE CENTER COMM SCHOOLS ENTRY FEE.......................................75.00 HAMILTON, JOSH OFFICIAL...........................................85.00 HAWBAKER, TODD OFFICIAL...........................................75.00 IHSSA MEMBERSHIP DUES.....................234.00 IOWA SCIENCE OLYMPIAD OTHER GENERAL SUPPLIES.....100.00 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY Lego Leauge......................................100.00 ISU BANDS FEES....................................................72.00 JENSEN, BLAKE OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 KNUDSON, DANIEL OFFICIAL.........................................145.00 KONRAD, DEREK SECURITY.......................................245.00 KSIAZEK, BRENT OFFICIAL.........................................180.00 KUBERSKI, JIM OFFICIAL.........................................180.00 LESHER, ERIC OFFICIAL.........................................180.00 MARY'S MEALS USA DONATION........................................10.50 MAURO, NICK OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 MEALS FROM THE HEARTLAND DONATION........................................23.18

Notice is hereby given that the GovernKeck Inc, commodities.....................167.50 Koch Bros, service........................3,145.93 ing Body of Clarke County Hospital, whose principal office is in the city of Lego Edu, supplies.............................64.49 OSCEOLA SENTINEL-TRIBUNE Osceola in Clarke County, Iowa will meet Martin Bros, supplies....................4,020.88 McCoy, Rachel, services....................45.00 at the Clarke County Hospital AdministraMidAmerica Books, supplies...........151.60 tion Building conference room, 800 South Miller, Alan, travel/phone................145.78 Fillmore, east of the hospital, in said City, Murray General Fd, supplies...........151.60 on the 14th day of March, 2014, at 1:00 Murray Sch Nutrition, meals...........543.60 pm., at which time and place a hearing Neff Co, supplies...........................3,109.88 will be held on the proposed DRAWOsceola F&H, supplies.......................23.36 INGS, SPECIFICATIONS, form of CONPepper, JW, supplies...........................86.49 TRACT and ESTIMATE of COST for the Pepsi Cola, supplies..........................604.52 construction of materials management renPorters Prints, supplies.....................380.00 ovation and generator replacement. Any Postmaster, postage............................92.00 interested party may appear to be heard. The extent of the WORK involved conRDS Vinyl/Leather, repairs................50.00 Roberts Dairy, supplies.................1,808.23 sists generally of: Renovation of existing Robinsons, supplies............................12.99 clinic space for a new Emergency DepartSchool Bus Sales, parts....................505.44 ment, renovation of the existing EmergenSchool Health Corp, supplies..........173.43 cy Department for new business offices, Snyder Plumbing, snow removal..1,735.20 (2) 2-story additions containing Specialty, SC Comm Inc, phones........................14.07 Outpatient, and Unity Point Clinics, a new Special Markets Ins, ins...................235.00 entrance, and lobby. Sitework includes a Staples Adv, supplies.........................83.83 new parking lot on the East side of FilTerracon Consultants, service.......3,605.24 more St, extending existing parking on the US Cellular, phones..........................198.65 East and West sides of the hospital, and a Vernier, supplies.................................27.00 new helipad. At the hearing, members of the GovVisa, supplies.................................1,145.61 Wal-Mart, supplies...........................584.60 erning Body will receive and consider any Winterset CSD, supplies...............4,500.75 objections made by any interested person, Zellmers Soft Water, supplies..........163.38 to the DRAWINGS and SPECIFICATIONS proposed form of CONTRACT Notice is hereby given that the Board and the ESTIMATE of COST for the of Trustees of Clarke County Hospital, WORK. whose principal office is in the city of Published by order of the Governing Murray Community School District Osceola in Clarke County, Iowa will meet Body. Murray, IA 50174 at the Clarke County Hospital, 800 S. FillBy: Brian Evans January 16, 2014 more, in said City, on the 27th day of (Chief Executive Officer) The Murray Community School Board March, 2014 at 11:00 o'clock a.m., at ATTEST: Michael Thilges (CFO) of Directors met in open session January which time and place the Board of 16, 2014. The meeting was called to order Trustees will receive and consider BIDS Special Council Meeting at 6:00 pm by President Dennis Jeter. for the Clarke County Hospital Additions February 11, 2014 Present: Terri Jones, John Siefkas. Absent: and Renovations Phase 2. 6:00 PM Aaron Peterson, Trevor Robins. Also At this time, bids will be received for: Murray City Hall present: Supt. Miller, Principals Jensen A. Bid Package 1: Sitework, Utilities, Mayor Busick called the meeting to orand Brown, Secretary Justice. and Landscaping der at 6:00 PM. Present: Jeannie Crees, Siefkas/Jones moved to approve the B. Bid Package 2: General Construc- Dean Robins, and Lois Hamilton. Absent tentative agenda. Motion carried 3-0. tion Greg Clark and Ken Harrison Peterson arrived at 6:05 pm. C. Bid Package 3: Masonry Motion by D Robins seconded by L Susannah Miller and FFA student, D. Bid Package 4: Steel Fabrication Hamilton to approve the agenda. All yes, Michaela O'Grady presented information and Erection motion carried. on the FFA project, "Be the Seed: Murray E. Bid Package 5: Roofing D Robins introduced Jim Mayne, Brad FFA Feed the Hungry." F. Bid Package 6: Glass and Glazing Lyons and Joe Frankl from H R Green to The Murray Engineering Club and adG. Bid Package 7: Framing, Drywall, the City Council. Brad Lyons gave a previsor, Andy Hitz, demonstrated the robot EIFS, Paint, and Ceilings sentation of what they see is the problems constructed by the club. The club adH. Bid Package 8: Elevator with the sewer system in Murray. vanced to the state championship February I. Bid Package 9: Sprinkler, HVAC, G Clark arrived at 6:33 PM. 21-22. Plumbing, and Controls After a lengthy discussion H R Green Joel Fry discussed the upcoming legJ. Bid Package 10: Electrical and Com- gave the Council seven (7) recommendaislative session and proposed legislative munication tions to move forward with the sewer priorities. The anticipated construction start for project. Peterson/Jones moved to approve the these packages is April 21, 2014. Motion by L Hamilton seconded by D following items on the consent agenda: Graham Construction is the ConstrucMinutes of the December 19, 2013 tion Manager- Advisor for Clarke County Robins to adjourn the meeting at 7:30 PM. All yes, motion carried. meeting. Hospital. Scott Busick, Mayor 2014-15 Open enrollment request. By virtue of statutory authority, preferRitha Wolfe, City Clerk Motion carried 4-0. ence will be given to products and proviThese minutes are not Council apSiefkas/Jones moved to approve bills sions grown and coal produced within the submitted for payment. Motion carried 4- State of Iowa and to Iowa domestic labor proved. 0. to the extent lawfully required under Iowa THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT The board tabled action on the adminis- Statutes, providing that the award of the CLARKE COUNTY trative regulation pertaining to mobile CONTRACT will be made to the lowest IN THE MATTER OF learning devices. responsible BIDDER submitting the lowTHE ESTATE OF Principal reports: est acceptable BID, which shall be without Evelyn V. Henrichs, Deceased MAP testing completed this week. regard to state or local law whereby prefProbate No. ESPR009892 Student attendance increased to 95% erence is given on factors other than the NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, this year. amount of the BID. OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, Bluegrass Conference art fair scheduled Bid forms, DRAWINGS and SPECIFI- AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS for May. CATIONS may be obtained from the ofTo All Persons Interested in the Estate Americorp workers planning food fice of Beeline + Blue Printing, 2507 Inof Evelyn V. Henrichs, Deceased, who drive for Clarke Co Food Pantry. gersoll Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50312 ; died on or about February 12, 2014: Supt. reports: Phone: (515) 244-1611, Omaha Builders You are hereby notified that on the February board meeting date will be Exchange, 4255 South 94th Street, Oma14th, day of February, 2014, the last will changed to February 27, 2014. ha, NE 68127 ; Phone: (402) 593-6908, and testament of Evelyn V. Henrichs, deBuilding delivery scheduled for Jan- Construction Update Plan Room & iSqft, ceased, bearing date of the 21st day of uary 30. 221 Park Street, Des Moines, IA 50309; IASB district meeting will be February Phone: (515) 288-8904, from Graham January, 2009 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Paul E. 20, 2014 at Clarke CSD. Construction located at 421 Grand Ave, Representatives from Mormon Trail Des Moines Iowa 50309; Phone (515) Henrichs and David L. Henrichs were apand Murray board will meet to discuss su- 699-7176 from Clarke County Hospital pointed executors of the estate. Any action perintendent sharing on February 11, located at 800 S. Fillmore, Osceola, IA to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the lat2014. 50213; Phone (641) 342-2184. er to occur of four months from the date of The meeting adjourned at 7:50 pm. A bid bond is required with each bid. the second publication of this notice or The next regular meeting of the Murray Each successful Bidder will be required to Community School Board will be 6:30 pm furnish Performance and Payment one month from the date of mailing of this on February 27, 2014 at the Murray Com- BONDS acceptable to the Board of notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are munity School. Trustees on forms provided in the specifi- reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be Dennis Jeter, Board President cations in amounts equal to one hundred forever barred. Elizabeth Justice, Board Secretary percent (100%) of the contract price. Notice is further given that all persons 4 Seasons Fund Raising, supplies....355.22 indebted to the estate are requested to Agriland FS, fuel...........................7,115.62 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING make immediate payment to the underArnold Motor Supply, supplies....1,357.29 REGARDING PROPOSED signed, and creditors having claims Bower, Jeanie, travel..........................19.39 VACATION OF ALLEY IN BLOCK 1 against the estate shall file them with the Brandt, Mark, official.........................65.00 OF THE ATKINS ADDITION clerk of the above named district court, as Capital Sanitary, supplies...................31.54 The City Council of the City of Osceo- provided by law, duly authenticated, for Cerebral Group, construction.. .209,785.40 la, Iowa, will meet on the 4th day of City of Murray, utilities...................613.69 March, 2014 at the City Council Cham- allowance, and unless so filed by the later Civic Ctr of DM, field trip.................40.00 bers, Osceola, Iowa, at 7:00 o'clock p.m., to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month Clarke Co Sheriff's Reserve, for the purpose of holding a public hearsecurity..............................................300.00 ing on a proposal to vacate the west half of from the date of mailing of this notice (unCook Video, repairs..........................112.42 the east west alley in Bock 1 of the Atkins less otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Cope Plastics, supplies.....................495.27 Addition. Dated this 14th day of February, 2014. Creston Publish Co, ads...................125.08 All members of the public are invited Paul E. Henrichs D&D Pest Control, service...............120.00 to attend and may make statements con2707 160th St. Dannco, supplies...............................271.36 cerning the matter of the alley vacation. Traer, IA 50675 Dept of Adm Services, annual fee...350.00 In addition, comments may be submitted David L. Henrichs DM Register, subscription.................37.50 in writing at that time, or before and said 304 W. Michigan Design Alliance, architect.............2,694.95 comments shall be made part of the public Lenox, IA 50851 Fareway, supplies...............................68.27 record concerning this hearing. Executors of estate Follett Ed Services, supplies............122.90 By order of the City Council of the Unes J. Booth Fry Electric, repairs..........................356.80 City of Osceola, Iowa. Attorney for executor G&D Electric, parts..........................180.00 Ty Wheeler Booth Law Firm Grainger, supplies.............................272.63 City Administrator/Clerk 122 W. Jefferson St. Green Hills AEA, fees........................27.00 Osceola, IA 50213 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Haddock Computer Ctr, repairs.......479.96 Date of second publication: March 6, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON Hispanic Flamenco Ballet, 2014. field trip.............................................108.00 PROPOSED DRAWINGS AND SPECIHy-Vee, supplies..............................454.36 FICATIONS, PROPOSED FORM OF Inland Truck & Parts, repairs........3,152.68 CONTRACT AND ESTIMATE OF IA HS Speech Assn, fees....................97.00 COST FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF Ia State University, fees......................50.00 CLARKE COUNTY HOSPITAL ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS PHASE IA Workforce Dev, unemployment..................................375.91 2. Notice is hereby given that the GovernKeck Inc, commodities.....................167.50 Phone: 641-342-2131 Koch Bros, service........................3,145.93 ing Body of Clarke County Hospital, FAX: 641-342-2060 Lego Edu, supplies.............................64.49 whose principal office is in the city of 111 East Washington Martin Bros, supplies....................4,020.88 Osceola in Clarke County, Iowa will meet Osceola, Iowa 50213 McCoy, Rachel, services....................45.00 at the Clarke County Hospital AdministraMidAmerica Books, supplies...........151.60 tion Building conference room, 800 South ccpads@osceolaiowa.com Miller, Alan, travel/phone................145.78 Fillmore, east of the hospital, in said City, Murray General Fd, supplies...........151.60 on the 14th day of March, 2014, at 1:00 Iowa Department of Management pm., at which time and place a hearing Murray Form 600Sch Nutrition, meals...........543.60 Neff Co, supplies...........................3,109.88 will be held on the proposed DRAWOF PUBLIC HEARING SPECIFICATIONS, form of CONOsceola F&H, supplies.......................23.36 INGS,NOTICE County Pepper, JW, supplies...........................86.49 TRACT andClarke ESTIMATE of COST for the THE BOARD OF construction SUPERVISORS INTENDS TO LEVY GENERAL of materials management ren- BASIC AND Pepsi Cola, supplies..........................604.52 RURAL BASIC PROPERTY TAX RATES WHICH EXCEED STATUTORY MAXIMUMS Porters Prints, supplies.....................380.00 ovation and generator replacement. Any interested party may appear to and be heard. Postmaster, postage............................92.00 The accompanying budget summary requires General Basic Rural Basic property tax maximum rates that exceed the The maximum asWORK established by theconGeneral Assembly. extentrates of the involved RDS Vinyl/Leather, repairs................50.00 Roberts Dairy, Comparison supplies.................1,808.23 sists generally of: Renovation of existing3.50000 General Basic tax rate of the proposed General Basic rate with the statutory maximum space forbetween a new Emergency Robinsons, supplies............................12.99 and the dollar amount ofclinic the difference the proposedDepartrate and the maximum rate: renovation of theValue: existing EmergenProposed General Basic Tax Ratement, per $1,000 of Taxable School Bus Sales, parts....................505.44 5.19739 Maximum General Basic Tax Rate per $1,000 of Taxable Value: 3.5 School Health Corp, supplies..........173.43 cy Department for new business offices, General Tax Dollars to be Generated Excess of containing Maximum: Specialty, 610,519 (2) 2-storyinadditions Snyder Plumbing, snowBasic removal..1,735.20 SC Comm Inc, Major phones........................14.07 Outpatient, and Unity Point Clinics, a new reasons for the difference between the proposed General Gasic tax rate and the maximum tax rate: entrance, lobby. includes Special Ins, ins...................235.00 A reduced orMarkets unusually low growth rate in the property tax base of the county. Unusualand need for additionalSitework monies to permit continuanceaof a program which provides substantial benefit to county residents. Staples Adv, supplies.........................83.83 new parking lot on the East side of FilTerracon Consultants, service.......3,605.24 more St, extending existing parking on the Comparison of the proposed general basic rate with the statutory maximum 3.95000 Rural Basic tax rate and Westbetween sides ofthe theproposed hospital, rate andand a the maximum rate: US Cellular, phones..........................198.65 and the dollar amount ofEast the difference Vernier, supplies.................................27.00 new helipad. Proposed Rural Basic Tax Rate per $1,000 Taxable members Value: of the GovAt the ofhearing, 4.5748 Visa, supplies.................................1,145.61 Maximum Rural Basic Tax Rate per $1,000 of Taxable Value:and consider any 3.95 erning Body will receive Wal-Mart, supplies...........................584.60 Rural Basic Tax Dollars to be Generated in Excess of Maximum: 117,162 objections made by any interested person, Winterset CSD, supplies...............4,500.75 tobetween the DRAWINGS Zellmers Soft Water, Majorsupplies..........163.38 reasons for the difference the proposed and Rural SPECIFICABasic tax rate and the maximum tax rate: TIONS proposed form of to CONTRACT A reduced or unusually low growth rate in the property tax base of the county. Unusual need for additional monies permit continuance of a program which provides substantial benefit to county residents. and the ESTIMATE of COST for the WORK. PublishedNOTICE by order of theHEARING Governing COUNTY NAME: OF PUBLIC -- BUDGET ESTIMATE CO NO: Body. Fiscal Year July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015 Clarke 20 The County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on theEvans proposed Fiscal Year County budget as follows: By: Brian Meeting Date: Meeting Time: Meeting Location: (Chief 03-10-2014 10:00 a.m. Executive Officer) Board of Supervisors Room, Courthouse ATTEST: Thilgesin (CFO) At the public hearing any resident or taxpayer may present objectionsMichael to, or arguments favor of, any part of the proposed budget. This notice represents LESHER, ERIC OFFICIAL.........................................180.00 MARY'S MEALS USA DONATION........................................10.50 MAURO, NICK OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 MEALS FROM THE HEARTLAND DONATION........................................23.18 MEGGERS, SUE REIMBURSEMENT........................169.04 MILLER, KEVIN BODY FAT COMPOSITION.........224.00 OMNI CHEER CHEER CLOTHING........................364.46 OUSLEY, ART OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 RIEMAN MUSIC TEACHING MATERIALS.............378.00 SAM'S CLUB FOOD/SUPPLIES.........................1,018.29 SHELLMYER, CHAD OFFICIAL...........................................90.00 SIMPSON COLLEGE BANDS DUES/FEES........................................77.00 VOGEL, BRIAR OFFICIAL.........................................140.00 WARTBURG HONOR CHOIR ENTRY FEE.....................................100.00 WUESTEWALD, ADAM BASKETBALL OFFICIAL...............75.00 YOUNG, JOHNATHAN OFFICIAL.........................................210.00 TOTAL..................................... $19,938.11

PUBLIC NOTICES

a summary of the supporting detail of revenues and expenditures on file with the County Auditor. A copy of the supporting detail will be furnished upon request. Average annual percentage changes between "Actual" and "Budget" amounts for "Taxes Levied on Property", "Other County Taxes/ TIF Tax Revenues", and for each of the ten "Expenditure Classes" must be published. Expenditure classes proposing "Budget" amounts, but having no "Actual" amounts, are designated "NEW". County Web Site (if available): County Telephone Number: 641-342-3315 Iowa Department of Management Budget Re-Est Actual AVG Form 630 (Publish) 2014/2015 2013/2014 2012/2013 Annual % CHG REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Taxes Levied on Property* 1 4,564,963 4,101,289 4,166,829 4.67 Less: Uncollected Delinquent Taxes - Levy Year 2 2,993 2,993 3,647 Less: Credits to Taxpayers 3 191,935 182,024 182,419 Net Current Property Taxes 4 4,370,035 3,916,272 3,980,763 Delinquent Property Tax Revenue 5 960 960 700 Penalties, Interest & Costs on Taxes 6 45,000 45,000 39,364 Other County Taxes/TIF Tax Revenues 7 335,520 340,341 368,386 -4.57 Intergovernmental 8 2,697,593 3,178,247 2,687,663 Licenses & Permits 9 11,550 10,550 14,200 Charges for Service 10 278,520 265,600 376,203 Use of Money & Property 11 27,004 26,884 29,834 Miscellaneous 12 232,750 231,850 388,148 Subtotal Revenues 13 7,998,932 8,015,704 7,885,261 Other Financing Sources: General Long-Term Debt Proceeds 14 0 0 0 Operating Transfers In 15 623,959 643,141 540,000 Proceeds of Fixed Asset Sales 16 0 0 Total Revenues & Other Sources 17 8,622,891 8,658,845 8,425,261 EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES Operating: Public Safety and Legal Services 18 1,731,915 1,674,401 1,561,495 5.32 Physical Health and Social Services 19 850,208 1,017,370 988,682 -7.27 Mental Health, ID & DD 20 540,936 443,262 612,622 -6.03 County Environment and Education 21 341,851 260,275 250,817 16.75 Roads & Transportation 22 2,811,150 2,603,047 2,840,867 -0.52 Government Services to Residents 23 548,982 427,703 401,709 16.9 Administration 24 1,091,820 966,197 872,496 11.86 Nonprogram Current 25 0 0 0 Debt Service 26 393,348 398,916 397,160 -0.48 Capital Projects 27 120,000 525,014 2,539 587.48 Subtotal Expenditures 28 8,430,210 8,316,185 7,928,387 Other Financing Uses: Operating Transfers Out 29 623,959 643,141 540,000 Refunded Debt/Payments to Escrow 30 0 0 0 Total Expenditures & Other Uses 31 9,054,169 8,959,326 8,468,387 Excess of Revenues & Other Sources over (under) Expenditures & Other Uses 32 -431,278 -300,481 -43,126 Beginning Fund Balance - July 1, 33 2,557,958 2,858,439 2,901,565 Increase (Decrease) in Reserves (GAAP Budgeting) 34 0 0 0 Fund Balance - Nonspendable 35 0 0 0 Fund Balance - Restricted 36 85,137 123,920 0 Fund Balance - Committed 37 0 0 0 Fund Balance - Assigned 38 27,215 27,145 0 Fund Balance - Unassigned 39 2,014,328 2,406,893 2,858,439 Total Ending Fund Balance - June 30, 40 2,126,680 2,557,958 2,858,439 Proposed property taxation by type: Proposed tax rates per $1,000 taxable valuation: Countywide Levies*: Urban Areas: 3,660,876 10.41828 Rural Only Levies*: Rural Areas: 904,087 15.41076 Special District Levies*: Any special district tax rates not included. 0 TIF Tax Revenues: 0 Utility Replacmnt. Excise Tax: Date: 132,913 02-15-2014 Explanation of any significant items in the budget:


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Employment

Card of Thanks

DRIVERS: *FULL TIME DRIVERS NEEDED* to haul U.S. Mail in Des Moines, IA. Positions open for safe, reliable drivers. Excellent Hourly Pay. $18.58p/h + $4.23 H&W. Class A CDL & 2yrs Experience required in the past five years. EOE/AA. Salmon Companies 800-251To everyone who has 4301 or apply online supported us following www.driveforsalmon.com the death of Marvin, we express heartfelt appre- For Rent ciation. Your many acts of kindness continue to be great comfort. Noth- 3-BR DUPLEXES FOR ing is nicer than friends. Rent: 1 bathroom, 1100 Special thanks to sq. ft., Washer/dryer nurses and doctors at hookups. 1 car attached Veterans Hospital in garage. Handicap AcAmes. cessible. 515-276-9384. Marilyn, Angela, Ed, 1-BEDROOM EFFICIENMaryAnn, BJ, Katie, CY apartment for rent, Carter, & Caden, $400 rent, $300/de& the family of posit. Utilities included. Marvin Woolsey 641-414-3637 I want to thank all for the cards, calls, flowers, and gifts, great supper and a beautiful cake. My 5 great grandsons got in on all the action. It was great and I sure didn't expect so much. A big thanks to my family- you're the best. Marian Stearns

Employment

For Sale

EAST PENN MANUFACTURING Co. Inc. Industrial Maintenance Mechanics. 2nd & 3rd shift, full time positions, comprehensive benefits available. Apply in person, 2185 Hwy. 2, Corydon, IA 50060. Physical and drug screening required.

HAY FOR SALE: $40-$60/bale. NE of Woodburn 10 miles. Small fee to load if necessary. 641-766-6790. johno@iowatelecom.net

EAST PENN MANUFACTURING Co. Inc. Production Line Workers, 2nd & 3rd shift, experienced industrial maintenance. Apply in person, 2185 Hwy. 2, Corydon, IA 50060. Physical and drug screening required. LOOKING FOR A JOB? Every day there are jobs advertised in the Classified Ads.

Auctions FOR SALE: JOHN DEERE Tractors and brand new skid loader attachments at www.chambersauction.com

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Apartment community in Osceola is seeking a detail oriented Property Manager with skills in office administration and customer service. This is a part-time position, approx. 20 hours. Must pass criminal background check.

Maintenance Tech Part-time

Apartment community in Osceola is seeking a qualified maintenance technician with experience in construction or residential property maintenance. This is a part-time position, approx. 20 hours. Must pass criminal background check and have your own transportation and tools.

To be considered for either of these positions, apply online at JESholdings.com/careers OR email hireme@jesholdings.com

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Please send your application or resume to: SCICAP Early Childhood Program, ATTN: Nancy P.O. Box 715, Chariton, IA 50049

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director , Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250 -9410 or call (800) 795 -3272 (voice) or (202) 720 -6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Must be able to read and understand the County Plat book, legal descriptions, weed laws, attend weed commissioners training and have a valid Iowa Driver’s License. Employment begins March 17. Employment applications may be picked up and returned to the County Auditor’s office in the Courthouse. Applications must be submitted by 4:00 P.m., March 7, 2014. Clarke County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

641-895-3503 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Westview Acres has an exciting opportunity for a Nurse as the MDS Coordinator. The MDS Coordinator works under the supervision of the Administrator focusing on reimbursement and quality assurance of the resident assessment process. The MDS Coordinator oversees the entire resident assessment process, including accurate and timely completion of all areas of the assessment and Care Plan development and maintenance.

Interested parties should stop by and fill out an application or send resume to:

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Clarke County has one seasonal position for Weed Commissioner.

CASH FOR CARS: Any Make, Model or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not Sell your Car or Truck TODAY Free Towing! Instant Offer: 1-888-420-3805 (MCN)

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COUNTY WEED COMMISSIONER

CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid. We Come To You! Any Make/Model. Call For Instant Offer: 1-888-417-1382 (IOWA ONLY) (MCN)

SCICAP Early Childhood Program currently has an opening in the Osceola Head Start Center for a

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WANTED: MACK TRUCKS, 1979-1999. Also CAT graders, wheel loaders, generators. Have cash. 816- 380-1034

PAID IN ADVANCE! MAKE $1000 A WEEK mailing brochures from home! Genuine Opportunity! No experience required. Start Immediately! www.localmailers.net (VOID IN SD) (MCN)

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

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Help Wanted: Osceola Travel Plaza is now accepting applications for the following positions: ASSISTANT MANAGER

Approximately 40 hours per week. Responsible for managing the store in managers absence. Duties will include reconciling daily books, pricing, ordering and customer service. Must be flexible, willing to work weekends and holidays, team-oriented and sales driven. We offer a competitive wage, quarterly bonuses, paid vacation and a 401k profit sharing plan.

SWING SHIFT Approximately 28-40 hours per week. Duties will include customer service, stocking, cleaning and checking in vendors. Must be flexible and willing to work weekends and holidays.

3RD SHIFT Approximately 32-40 hours per week. Duties will include stocking, cleaning, deli prep and getting store prepared for the next days business.

Applications are available at 105 Ariel Circle, Osceola, Iowa 50213 Elliott Oil Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DISPATCH/BIOSECURITY

MANAGER

Iowa Select Farms is looking for a Dispatch/ Biosecurity Manager for a trailer wash located near Thayer, Iowa with additional on-site responsibilities at a trailer wash located near Shannon City, Iowa. This individual is responsible for ensuring biosecurity, animal well-being, and Iowa Select Farms’ biosecurity protocols are followed by all CDL drivers, gooseneck drivers and wash personnel. Hours are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon. - Fri. and some weekends in the event of an emergency. This position will “float” as needed between both job sites ensuring all company protocols are being met. In addition, the Dispatch/Biosecurity Manager will take dispatch phone calls alternating weekly to cover the night shift. The position will oversee and manage scheduling drivers and loads as well as process contract driver payments and staff payroll. Additional responsibilities include some aspects of repair and maintenance of wash equipment, supply ordering, scheduling maintenance and repairs for company-owned equipment and performing daily DOT inspections.Valid driver’s license a must. Iowa Select Farms offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package. EOE.

Apply online at www.iowaselect.com or contact Craig Ward at 641-648-4479 to request an application.

FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER

Lifeguards

Must be fifteen (15) years old and certified/certifiable by American Red Cross, Boy Scouts of America, or YMCA before June 13, 2014. Also, must be certified/certifiable before June 13th in CPR and Basic First Aid.

Concessions Staff

Limited number of individuals dealing directly with the food service aspect of the facility.

Parks & Cemetary

Parks and Cemetary Grounds Maintenance

Must be sixteen (16) years old and hold valid driver’s license. Experience with mowing equipment, trimmers, and mechanical ability preferred.

Courtesy Golf Cart Attendant - Youth Baseball/Softball Fields Must be sixteen (16) years old and hold valid driver’s license. Responsible for courtesy golf cart and other minor duties as assigned.

Applications may be picked up at City Hall or printed off from website: www.osceolaia.govoffice2.com under the City Jobs tab. Application Deadline: Parks & Cemetary Ground Maintenance - Friday, March 28th Courtesy Golf Cart Attendant - Friday, April 18th Family Aquatic Center - Friday, April 25th

CHS Inc., a Fortune 100 company, is expanding in Creston! The following positions are available:

Maintenance Technician • $18.50/Hr. Perform all mechanical maintenance functions including troubleshooting and preventive maintenance. Mechanical aptitude needed.

Process Technician • $19.25/Hr.

Operate processing plant equipment. Perform general cleanup and material handling. Processing background desired.

Warehouse Technician • $16.50/Hr. Perform warehouse operations of finished product. Insure accountability for all products scheduled to be shipped. Forklift and material handling experience desired.

Instrument Technician • $26.00/Hr.

Install, replace, troubleshoot, repair, test and calibrate instruments and control devices. Four years combined schooling and experience desired. Process and warehouse technician positions are on 12-hour shifts. The plant will operate 365 days per year. Working on nights, weekends, and holidays required. Benefits include: 401k with match, pension, bonus potential, medical, dental, vision insurance, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, and holidays. Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check are required.

Check us out at: www.chsinc.com Qualified applicants should apply in person at:

Iowa Works 9215 N. Elm Creston, IA 50801

(641) 782-2119 EEO/AAP Employer


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