Crystal M. Fredericks appeared Feb. 6. She stipulated to the allegations contained in plaintiff's Motion to Revoke Probation. After inquiry, the Court found that Defendant's stipulation was knowingly and voluntarily made with the advice and assistance of counsel. The Court found that Defendant had violated the terms and conditions of her probation and the same should be revoked. She was remanded to the custody of the Cloud County Jail to serve 180 days and was ordered to pay an additional lab fee to the Court Services Fund in the amount of $7. Following the service of her 180 days sanction, the Court found that Defendant's probation should terminate as unsuccessful.
Police Dept. Report Accidents—Officers investigated an accident at 3:30 p.m., Sept. 29, which had occurred at the intersection of 12th and Cedar involving vehicles driven by Hayden Losh and Debra Sterrett, both of Concordia. Officers investigated an accident at 2 p.m.,... [More]
District Court TRAFFIC All Subtypes, Sept. 22-28 The following people received fines for Speeding: Sylvia L. Atcitty, $177; Alyssa M. Champlin, Cameron J. Coleman, Johnnie L. Epps, Jacob R. Nielson, Margarita Ochoa, Scott A. Smith, $153; Colton J. Halfhide, $603; Merrill A. Holden,... [More]
In just three months as executive director of the Cloud County Resource Center and Food Bank, Tonya Merrill has heard a lot of stereotypes about people in poverty and why some people are unwilling to help. She shared some of these comments as part of a presentation Tuesday at... [More]
CLAY CENTER — The Concordia High School girls' golf team placed fifth in the Clay Center Invitational Thursday at Clay Center Country Club. Concordia posted a team score of 225. Thomas More Prep-Marian won the tournament with a 182. Clay Center finished second with... [More]
BELOIT — The Concordia High School girls' cross country team finished fifth in the Beloit Invitational Thursday at Beloit Country Club. Bennington, led by the top two individual finishers, won the meet with 30 points. Beloit was second with 54 points and Minneapolis was... [More]
One friendship at a time . . . Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, which Miss Fletcher thought I should have instead of the older one to which I was referring at the time, describes a friend as one attached to another by affection or esteem. It has several... [More]
Dear Editor, Picture your town with a newly-sprouted forest of ugly communications towers, lattice bare-metal structures with supporting wires in every direction, stark against the Kansas sunset, spoiling the view in every direction. A landscape reduced to third-world-country... [More]