The case of Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Mary L. Ramsey et al, Concordia, has been dismissed without prejudice.
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. received a judgment of $2,566.54 plus interest and costs from Catrina K. Affolter, Clyde.
Abmulance Dist. #33 County of Jefferson seeks a judgment of $633.30 from Donna Marie Pearson, Concordia.
Scott Condray Chartered seeks a judgment of $3,010.31 plus interest and costs from Kelsey Renae Trost, Concordia.
Scott Condray Chartered seeks a judgment of $653.92 plus interest and costs from Randy L. Turner, Cawker City.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $211.32 plus interest and costs from Angela K. Sjogren, Concordia.
All Subtypes, Feb. 12-18
The following people received fines for Speeding: Timothy J. Benoit, Ann E. Brichacek, Caden M. Callaway, Jerry F. Croxen, Ardeth S. Gardiner, David E. Hammett, Elmer A. Leiva-Lopez, Christopher Andrew Middleton, $141; Natalie B. Bussing, Fouad H. Hachem, $171; Sheila A. Copple, $210; Karen M. LeDeaux, $177; Iesha L. Walker, $165.
Receiving $10 fines for failure to wear seat belts were: Zachary R. Allen, Timothy S. Hicks, Krisitna M. Jensen, Michael J. Orabuena, Kenny R. Schmidt.
Receiving fines for other violations were: Zachary R. Allen, child passenger safety, restraining systems and seat belts $156; Mark T. Bietz, driving under the influence, first conviction, $946; Lacie Ulene Haas, driving while license canceled/suspended/revoked, $196; Lacie Ulene Haas, liability insurance coverage required, $300; Rodney Eugene Mosher, failure to yield at stop or yield sign, $252; Leslie M. Padgett, driving while canceled/suspended/revoked, second or subsequent conviction, $277; Anthony Scott Sheely, driving while canceled/suspended/revoked, second or subsequent conviction, $196.
Lynn Craig Larson appeared Feb. 19 and was found Guilty and convicted of Driving While Suspended, second offense. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay a fine of $100 and costs of the action, $96, by April 23. His sentence was suspended with the exception of a five-day term on the condition that all fines and costs are paid in full by April 23. Defendant shall reappear before the Court at 9 a.m., April 23, if all costs and fine are not paid in full.
Martin Jimenez-Correa appeared Feb. 19 and was found Guilty and convicted of Speeding, 82/70 and Driving While Suspended. For the speeding infraction he was ordered to pay a fine of $57 and costs of the action, $96 forthwith. For the driving while license suspended violation, he was ordered to pay a fine of $100 forthwith.
U.S. Marshal's Deed:
U.S. Marshal, District of Kansas to U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Housing Service, the south 84 feet of lot 1 and the south 84 feet east 13 8/9 feet of lot 2 all in block 6 of Gaylord and Matthews addition to the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Marvin Fairbanks and Mary Fairbanks to David Eaphram Hughes Jr. and Ashley Ilene Hughes, the north half of the east half of lot 18 and the north half of lot 19 an 20 in block 87 in the original town of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
James M. Koch and Jacqueline D. Koch to James M. Koch, trustee; Jacqueline D. Koch, trustee; and James M. Koch living trust, grantee, west half east half 15-6-1, Cloud County Kansas; west half east half 5-6-1 Cloud County Kansas.
Theresa Grennan, fka Theresa Frazier to Theresa Grennan, the north half of lot 6 of block 120 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; lots 8 and 9 in block B Forster's addition to the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas; the east 11' of lot 16 and the west half of lot 17 in block 115 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; lot 3 in block 11 in Elmhurst addition to the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Rose M. Pearce to Raymond F. Kindel, trustee, Kathie Jolene Kindel, trustee and Raymond and Jolene Kindel trust, northwest quarter 13-7-3.
Garry P. McGinnis and Julia A. McGinnis to Paul R. McGinnis and Lynell I. McGinnis, the north half of lots 10-11-12 all in block 90 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas and all of lot 5 and the east half of lot 6 in block 28 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; a tract of land in the southwest quarter of section 32-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas.
Security State Bank to Chance A. Bieker, lot 11 and the west 22 feet of lot 12 in block 74 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Quit Claim Deeds:
Terry W. Golbek to Kevin Thrasher, east 52 feet of lot 8 block 4 city of Clyde Cloud County Kansas per the recorded plat thereof.
Mary Williamson-Lavy to Melissa Williams, first addition Glasco aka Del Ray Block 2 lot 2.
Dara G. Linton and Richard E. Linton to Jona K. McDaniel, Kelli M. Spear, Erin Oertel and Lori Ann Hess, a tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3, see record.
Diane McKain aka Diane A. McKain and Gary McKain, aka Gary R. McKain to Diane McKain, trustee, Gary McKain, trustee, and Diane McKain trust, "Hughs" all of the south half
northeast quarter of section 23-8-3 west of the 6th PM, Cloud County Kansas
Savage all of the northeast quarter, southeast quarter and the south half southeast quarter, northeast quarter and the east quarter southeast quarter southeast quarter all in section 27-8-3 west of the 6th PM cloud County Kansas; Baldock all of the southeast quarter of section 29-8-3 west of the 6th PM cloud County Kansas See record
Pearl B. Rizzi estate and Carole E. Blixt, administratrix C.T.A. to Brian C. Forshee and Ashley R. Forshee, the east half of lot 18 and all of lot 19 all in block 31 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof subject to easements and restrictions of record.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
The Adventures of Marquette
On the 13th of May this band of seven men, in two birch canoes, commenced their adventurous voyage. They took with them some Indian corn and jerked meat, but were to live mainly upon such food as they could obtain by their way..
On the northwest of Lake Michigan there is a sheet of water running south called Green Bay. It is one hundred miles long by twenty or thirty broad. The boatmen paddled their frail canoes along the western border of this lake until they reached its southern extremity, where they found a shallow river flowing into it from the south, which they called Fox River. They could propel their canoes about thirty miles a day. Each night they selected some propitious spot for their encampment. Upon some dry and grassy mound they could speedily with their axes construct a hut which would protect them from the weather. Carefully smoothing down the floor, they spread over it their ample couch of furs. Fish could be taken in abundance. The forest was filled with game. An immense fire blazing before the open side of the hut gave warmth and illumined the sublime scene with almost the brilliance of noon-day. Here they joyously cooked their suppers, with appetites which rendered the feast more luxurious to them probably than any gourmand at Delmonico's ever enjoyed.
Each night Father Marquette held a religious service, which all reverently attended. Prayers were offered, and their hymns of Christian devotion floated sweetly through those sublime solitudes. The boatmen were men of a gentle race, who had been taught from infancy to revere the exercises of the church.
They came upon several Indian villages. The natives were friendly as brothers. Many of them had visited the station at St. Ignatius, and all of them had heard of Father Marquette and his labors of love. These children of the forest begged their reverend friend to desist from his enterprise.
"There are," they said, "on the great river bad Indians who will cut off your heads without any cause. There are fierce warriors who will try to seize you and make you slaves. There are enormous birds there whose wings darken the air and who can swallow you all with your canoes at a mouthful. Worst of all there is a malignant demon there who, if you escape all other dangers, will cause the waters to boil and whirl around you and destroy you."
Register of Deeds
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