A transfer of structured settlement payment rights from Tiffany Detterline to Peachtree Settlement Funding LLC was approved.
Meritrust Credit Union seeks a judgment of $9,586.14 plus interest, costs and attorney fees of $1,437.92 from Rose M. Loeffler, Aurora.
Nex-Tech Wireless LLC received a judgment of $1,947.10 plus interest and costs from Kim Matthews, Concordia.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $2,848.40 plus interest and costs from Lance E. Mason, Concordia.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $1,197.14 from Krista K. and Donald R. Barnes, Jamestown.
Educational Credit Union received a judgment of $3,395.21 plus interest, costs and fees from Bobby Ryan Dillow, Concordia.
Meritrust Credit Union seeks a judgment of $10,762.82 plus interest and costs from Tricia Lee Hayne, et al, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $402.91 plus interest and costs from Cilby Rogers, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $206 plus interest and costs from Lisa Ratliff, Clyde.
Kroger, Inc. dba Kwik Shop #1574 seeks a judgment of $525 plus costs, fees and interest from Samantha Parson, Aurora.
The Citizens National Bank seeks a judgment of $659.30 from Derek Buss and Kari Buss, Concordia.
All Subtypes, Aug. 28-Sept. 3
The following people received fines for Speeding:
Adam C. Bayless, John C. Garmin, Barbara J. Ham, Walter A. Heisen, Elizabeth A. Hoover, Genaro L. Lopez, Jason L. Luebbe, Deedra M. Morris, Joseph A. Poff III, Michael D. Trobaugh, Rodney E. Williamson, $141; Alonzo Juan Bocanegra, Joseph M. Hrupek Jr., $189; Amber L. Drury, $159; Kevin P. Obrien, $219; Cory A. Ritter, $201; Robert Randal Salazar, $171; Brett A. Sheridan, $165; Jordan L. Underwood, $381; Ian D. Valentine, $179 deferred adjudication; Brian A. Willis, $147.
Receiving fines for failure to wear seat belt were: Drake K. Hake (14-17 yoa), $60; Austin J. Virus, $10.
Receiving fines for other violations were: Ricky D. Bogdanovich, unlawful acts; e.g., vehicle registration $146; Amber L. Drury, license to be carried and exhibited upon depand, $50; Jason L. Howey, driving on left in no-passing zone, $171 and operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $50; Faustino Sarinana-Soto, improper driving on laned roadway, $171, and operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $100.
Sharon McLauchlin to Harold G. Mildrexler, lot 5 in W.S. Hermon's sub-division of lot 1 Heller Addition, city of Clyde.
Charline Louise to Harold G. Mildrexler, lot 5 in W.S. Hermon's sub-division of lot 1 Heller Addition, city of Clyde.
Heidi A. Resco to Heidi A. Resco revocable living trust, the north half of lots 5 and 6 except the west 70 feet of the north half of said lot 6 all in H.E. Gardner's Addition in the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; all of the south half of lot 5 and the south half of lot 6 except the north 1.5' of the west 70' of the south half of said lot 6 and further except the west 50' of the south half of said lot 6 all in H.E. Gardner's addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas; a tract of land in government lots 1 and 2 in the southeast quarter of 26-5-1. see record; a tract of land in government lots 1 and 2 in the southeast quarter of 26-5-1, see record.
Jeanne Yenni aka Jeanne M. Yenni to James Dwyer inter vivos trust, James Dwyer trustee, and Carolyn J. Dwyer, trustee, southeast quarter of northwest quarter of 29-8-4, see record; northeast quarter of northwest quarter of 29-8-4, see record.
Jeanne Yenni, aka Jeanne M. Yenni to Carolyn J. Dwyer inter vivos trust, Carolyn J. Dwyer, trustee, and James Dwyer, trustee, southeast quarter of northwest quarter of 29-8-4 see record; northeast quarter of northwest quarter of 29-8-4, see record.
Carol L. Schroeder-Dahlsten and David E. Dahlsten to Staab Real Estate LLC, south half of southwest quarter of 4-6-3, see record.
Merlen Lynn Turley and Merlen L. Turley aka Merlen L. Turley Jr. to Harry L. Kitchener and Laureli K. Kitchener, a tract of land in the southwest quarter 32-5-3, see record.
Jeanne Yenni to Justin Schmidt and Darlene A. Schmidt, east half of southwest quarter of 29-8-4 W 6th P.M. See record.
Erik C. Rasmussen and Pamela S. Rasmussen to Erik C. and Pamela S. Rasmussen family trust, Erik C. Rasmussen, trustee, and Pamela S. Rasmussen, trustee, south half northeast quarter 16-7-4, see record.
Lloyd E. Erickson, trustee, Vivian M. Erickson, trustee, to Lloyd and Vivian M. Erickson revocable trust to Karas Breeding, the east 53' of lot 9 and the west half of lot 10 block 4 in Armstrong's Addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas.
Dennis L. Koch and Mary C. Koch to Dennis L. Koch revocable trust and Dennis L. Koch, trustee, northwest quarter 13-5-1.
Dennis L. Koch and Mary C. Koch to Dennis L. Koch revocable trust and Dennis L. Koch, trustee, all of the southeast quarter 11-5-1.
Merlen L. Turley Jr., trustee, and Merlen L. Turley revocable trust to Harry L. Kitchener and Laureli K. Kitchener, a tract of land in the southwest quarter 32-5-3, see record.
Robert G. Ramsey, co-trustee, and Judy A. Ramsey, co-trustee and Ramsey family trust to Dawn R. Brown, lot 13 and the west half of lot 14 in block 95 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
John R. Ferguson, trustee, Bonnie Lou Ferguson, trustee, and Ferguson Family trust to Bradley L. Sorell and Chi Kim Sorell, lot 14 in north Clyde, an Addition to the city of Clyde except tracts, see record; a tract of land in northeast quarter, northwest quarter 26-5-1, see record.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
The Lost Wager
He dreamed of blue-eyed Mary Thorne that night, and arose decidedly pleased that he should have reasonable excuse for calling at her father's house so soon. "I certainly can't be in love!" quoth he, mentally. "How Minnie would tease me if she thought I was in danger of suing for not only a farm but a wife."
Old Jabez Thorne was busily engaged of lance of wrath which he found impossible to shape into words. "Upon-my-word-sir!" he began; "you talk as if this was a mere matter of business!" Jack was puzzled enough. "It is the way in which I have always heretofore been accustomed to treat such affairs, sir."
"Heretofore you have been accustomed! And pray, sir, how many such little affairs have you had on your hands?" shrieked old Thorne, growing purple in the face.
"Oh, several, sir. I am not so inexperienced as you suppose," replied Jack, smiling.
"Are you not ashamed to confess it?"
"No; why should I be?"
"Get out of my garden, you young reprobate!" screamed Jabez, leaping up with lightning rapidity. "To come here and offer to buy my daughter, as if she were a patch of potatoes! Go, I say!"
"Your daughter, Mr. Thorne!"
"Yes my daughter, you Jack-a-dandy!"
"But I'm not bargaining for your daughter. I'm bargaining for that land across the river."
"Don't tell me!" said Mr. Thorne, tugging away at the fastening of his pocketbook; "your uncle's letter has informed me of your atrocious intention."
"Will you allow me to see the letter, sir?" Thorne jerked it out of the compartment where it lay, and tossed it angrily toward Lacy. He opened it, and in spite of his annoyance and mortification burst into laughter at the sight of Minnie's dainty handwriting.
"It's nothing to laugh at, sir," exclaimed Thorne. "My dear Mr. Thorne, we are all the victims of a ridiculous mistake," said Lacy. "My uncle never wrote this letter; it is the work of my mischievous cousin Minnie. The genuine document must have been left behind."
"You didn't cme to look for a wife?"
"I came to purchase real estate."
"Whew-w-w!"!" old Jabez Thorne whistled loud and long, then offered his hand to his guest with a hearty laugh. "Well, my boy, I'm heartily sorry I called you so many opprobrious names, but Mary and I supposed you were after her. I must go and tell the little minx what blunder we've made."
"Stay a moment, sir," said Jack, laying a detaining hand on the old gentleman's arm, as his quick eye detected the distant flutter of Miss Thorne's light dress among the trees; "will you allow me to make the necessary explanations myself? I am not at all certain that, after I have selected a home, I shall not enter into business-like negotiations for a charming young wife to preside over it."
Register of Deeds
District Court CIVIL Denied The request of Bryan Douglas Sprung, Hutchinson Prison, for an appointed attorney was denied and his motion for relief pursuant to K.S.A. 6-1507 was denied. Settled: American Express Centurion Bank received a judgment of $3,517.88 and costs from Carroll... [More]
Police Dept. Report Accident—Officers investigated an Accident at 8:10 p.m., April 23, in the 300 block of West 16th involving a vehicle driven by Thomas Pudge, Delphos, and a vehicle owned by David Redmond, Concordia. Arrest—Officers arrested Amber Wogomon, 23, Concordia,... [More]
Police Dept. Report Damage to property—Darci J. Elliott, Concordia, reported Damage to Property at 7:35 a.m., April 22. Damage occurred sometime in the last 48 hours in the 400 block of West 16th St. Fire Dept./EMS Report At 9:12 p.m., Tuesday, Medic-5 responded to the... [More]
Cloud County Community College sophomore Jordyn Alexander has signed to play basketball at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. Alexander led Cloud County in scoring (16.4) and rebounding (7.9) this past season. She shot a team best 54.7 percent from the field and 41.2 percent... [More]
SALINA – Kylie Trobee scored three runs and drove in four in the Cloud County Community College softball team's 18-0 win over Brown Mackie here yesterday. The win completed a doubleheader sweep; the T-Birds won game one 13-0. Cloud County got started early in the finale... [More]
- Rimrodt wins Abilene tournament
- CJHS track team compete in Beloit
- Swanson, Wallace record first-place finishes
- Panthers split doubleheader with Sacred Heart
- CHS softball gets first win of season
- JV softball gets one win
- Two ConKids wrestlers place first
- Wrestling club has six place in state tournament
Dear Editor, Questions that need answers? 1. Why should we sign up for the Special Civility Pledge? 2. Isn't the “Bill of Rights” still acceptable? 3. Aren't the Ten Commandments still taught? 4. What happened to the... [More]