Courthouse 3-14-14

District Court
CIVIL
Filed:
State of Kansas seeks forfeiture of a 2010 Ford F150 Raptor, VIN 1FEX1EV6AFA52551, property is a conveyance that was used to facilitate or was intended to facilitate violation of the uniform controlled substance act.
Dismissed:
The case of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Lucas R. Hinzman, et al, has  been dismissed with prejudice.
Settled:
Midland Funding LLC received a judgment of $1,758.03 plus interest and costs from David Douglas, Glasco. 

LIMITED CIVIL
Settled:
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $382 plus interest and costs from Steven Kohl, Miltonvale.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $1,421.70 plus interest and costs from Karen Meyer, Miltonvale.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $378.20 plus interest and costs from James Swenson, Miltonvale.
Filed:
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $303.42 plus interest and costs from Amy Waterman, Concordia.
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. received a judgment of $7,762.40 plus interest and costs from Mark A. Fraser, Concordia.
Nex-Tech Wireless, LLC seeks a judgment of $1,024.69 plus interest and costs from Brandin M. Tate, Miltonvale.

SMALL CLAIMS
Settled:
Reliable Heating & Air Conditioning LLC received a judgment of $208.31 plus 64.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Jason Kreiter and Jaimie Kreiter, Clifton.
Reliable Heating & Air Conditioning LLC received a judgment of $451.49 plus $64.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Ken Jackman, Concordia.
S & P Farm Repair received a judgment of $352.40 plus $64.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Jane Poley, Concordia.
Brown Enviro-Control received a judgment of $261.42 plus $64.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Jim Lynn, Concordia.

CRIMINAL
Dylan L. Martin appeared March 12 and was found Guilty of Driving While License Suspended. 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. His sentence shall be suspended on condition that all fines and costs are paid in full by April 2.

TRAFFIC
All Subtypes
March 5-11
The following people received fines for Speeding: Frederick Daniel Anguish, $165; Shannon Barnett, Melanie A. Buehler, Tonya J. Dishman, Curt W. Epp, Dalton Lee Forshee, Michael A. Luper, Maria C. Michele, Darian T. Perez, David A. Tyson, Brian W. Wood, Kenneth J. Zook, $141; Evan Ann Boose, Daniel James Day, $159; Esteban A. Garza, $177; Alex Ramirez, $237; Yanet Sanchez, $246.
Receiving fines for other violations were:  Devon James Adam, David S. Chavarria, Joanna M. Novak, failure to wear seat belt, $10; Adryan C. DeBey, driving under the influence, first conviction, $806 (DUI only) deferred adjudication ; Alex Ramirez, operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $100; Timothy M.E. Rowland, driving while canceled/suspended/revoked, first conviction, $196; Jack W. Schwab, Cortne VanCampen, purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor, $296; Troy D. Weeks, operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $195; Michael Kenneth Woods, operating vehicle without liability insurance, $396.

LEGAL TRANSFERS
Trustee's Deeds:
Sandra J. Detrixhe trust No. 1, Sandra J. Detrixhe, trustee, Joseph B. Detrixhe, trustee to Joseph B. and Sandra J. Detrixhe trust, Joseph B. Detrixhe, trustee, and Sandra J. Detrixhe, trustee, an undivided half interest in northeast quarter 12-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in southwest quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in northwest quarter southeast quarter 13-6-2; an undivided half interest in the northeast southeast quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in southwest quarter 18-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the west 20 acres of the northeast quarter 19-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in northwest quarter 29-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the east half northwest quarter 20-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in govt. lot 1 of northeast quarter, the same being fractional north half northeast quarter 1-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in south half northeast quarter 1-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in gov. lots 3 and 4 in northwest quarter, same being the fractional west half northwest quarter and the southeast quarter northwest quarter, 6-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the west half southwest quarter southeast quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in fractional northwest quarter 19-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in govt. lot 5 otherwise described as west fractional half of southwest quarter 6-6-1, see record.
Joseph B. Detrixhe trust No. 1, Sandra J. Detrixhe, trustee, and Joseph B. Detrixhe, trustee, to Joseph B. and Sandra J. Detrixhe trust, Joeph B. Detrixhe, trustee, and Sandra J. Detrixhe, trustee, an undivided half interest in northeast quarter 12-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in southwest quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in northwest quarter southeast quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in the northeast southeast quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in southwest quarter 18-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the west 20 acres of the northeast quarter 19-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in northwest quarter 29-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the east half northwest quarter 20-6-1, see record;an undivided half interest in govt. lot 1 of northeast quarter, same being fractional north half northeast quarter 1-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in south half northeast quarter 1-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in govt. lots 3 and 4 in northwest quarter, same being the fractional west half northwest quarter and the southeast quarter northwest quarter 6-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in the west half southwest quarter southeast quarter 13-6-2, see record; an undivided half interest in fractional northwest quarter 19-6-1, see record; an undivided half interest in govt. lot 5, otherwise described as west fractional half of the southwest quarter, 6-6-1. see record.
Trustee's Corrective Deeds:
Ellen Seifert, co-trustee, Andrea Stovall, co-trustee, Vincent Seifert, co-trustee and Allan and Ellen Seifert irrevocable credit shelter trust to Ellen R. Seifert, southwest quarter northeast quarter 36-5-2, southeast quarter northwest quarter 36-5-2, northeast quarter southwest quarter and south half southwest quarter 36-5-2, northwest quarter southeast quarter and southwest quarter southeast quarter 36-5-2, see record.
Ellen Seifert, co-trustee, Andrea Stovall, co-trustee, Vincent Seifert, co-trustee and Allan and Ellen Seifert irrevocable credit shelter trust to Ellen R. Seifert, east half southeast quarter 23-5-1.

Quit Claim Deeds:
Robert Gruenberg, Hitomi Gruenberg, Robert Gruenberg, attorney in fact to Everette Eastman and Claudine Eastman, lots 6-9 in block 42 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Christopher L. Stupka to Christopher L. Stupka and Karla J. Stupka, the east half of the west half of lot 3 in block 27 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recored plat thereof.
Howe Landscape Inc. to Republican Valley Landscape LLC, a tract of land in the west half northwest quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3, said tract contains 0.183 acres more or less, see record.
Howe Landscape Inc. to Republican Valley Landscape LLC, all that part of the northwest quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3, see record.


Corp JT Warranty Deed:
Unified School District 333 to James W. Kindel and Rebecca L. Kindel,
Tract I
Block 5 in east Concordia an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof;
Tract II
The southwest quarter of block 4 in east Concordia, an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof except the east 110' thereof and also except the south 82.75 feet thereof and subject to the alley across the north 10' thereof;
Tract III
The south 82.75' of the southwest quarter of block 4 in east Concordia, an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof except the east 110' thereof.

Warranty Deeds:
Randy LeDuc and Angie LeDuc to James L. Morrissey and Miranda M. Morrissey, the west 22 feet of lot 6 and the east 33' of lot 7 in block 72 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Casselberry Development LLC to Olive Branch Properties LLC, the east 6' of lot 20 and all of lot 21 in block 123 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; the west 40' of lot 4 in block 115 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; the east half of lot 14 and all of lot 15 in block 61 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Martin Gale Murphy and Pam Murphy to NationStar Mortgage LLC, the north half of lots 11 and 12 in block 29 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Transfer on Death Deed
Eldon Wisdom and Anita M. Wisdom to Jared D. Wisdom, Jessica A. Jueneman and Grant M. Wisdom, the west 44' of lot 14 in block 41 and the east 88 feet of lot 14 in block 41 all in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; all of lots 2 and 17, and the west 1 foot of lots 3, 4, 5, 14, 15 and 16, all in block 18 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; all of lots 2 and 17, and the west 1 foot of lots 3, 4, 5, 14, 15 and 16, all in block 18 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; the northeast corner of the east half of the northwest quarter 23-5-4 west of the 6th P.M. in Cloud County Kansas; being 21.07 acres more or less with an easement described in record.

EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
The Adventures of Marquette
Again the prairie would spread out its ocean-like expanse, embellished with groves, garlanded with flowers of gorgeous colors waving in the summer breeze, checkered with sunshine and the shade of passing clouds, with roving herds of the stately buffalo and the graceful antelope. And again the gloomy forest would appear, extending over countless leagues, where bears, wolves and panthers found a congenial home.
Having descended the river nearly two hundred miles they came to an Indian trail, leading back into the country. It was so well trodden as to give evidence that a powerful tribe was near. It speaks well for the Indians—for the reputation which they they then enjoyed—that Marquette, with his French companion, M. Joliet, far away in the wilderness, seven hundred miles from any spot which a white man's foot had ever before trod, should not have hesitated alone to enter this trail in search of the habitations of this unknown tribe. They left all their companions, with the canoes, on the bank of the river.
For six miles they followed the narrow track, when they came in sight of a large Indian village. It was on an open plain, so that the Indians saw them approaching at quite a distance. They knew, of course, that two strangers unarmed, could not be advancing with any hostile intent. Four of the patriarchs of the village immediately came forward, bearing a pipe of peace, which was highly ornamented with brilliantly colored plumes. As these chiefs drew near they saw, to their surprise and delight, that the strangers were palefaces. Though none of them had ever before seen a white man, the knowledge of his arrival had spread widely through all the tribes. The French had pursued such a course of justice and friendliness with the Indians that, wherever they went they were hospitably received.
One of these gentlemen of the barbarian school, as he led the guests into his cabin, said "How beautiful is the sun, Frenchmen, when it shines upon you, as you come to visit us. Our whole village greets you with a welcome. You shall find a home in all our dwellings."
The strangers were entertained with the utmost hospitality. As they were about to take their leave, a venerable chief approached Marquette and suspending, by a cord, a richly decorated pipe about his neck, said.
"This is the sacred calumet. It signifies that, wherever you bear it you are the messengers of peace. All our tribes will respect it, and will protect you from every harm."
Register of Deeds
Judy Lambert
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NEWS

Concordia man arrested for attempted murder

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For the record 8-29-14

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SPORTS

Former CCCC coach remembered

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OPINIONS

Prairie Pondering

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Letter to the Editor 8-26-14

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