For the record 3-3-14
Police Dept. Report
Lost and found—A number of items have been turned in to the Concordia Police Department to be identified and claimed. The items, date and location found are as follows: Jan. 20, bicycle, Circle B building; Feb. 16, Samsung phone, 300 block West 8th; Feb. 18, vehicle key, 600 W. 6th.
Items found at Dollar General and held for a month before being turned in were: keys on Koch excavating key ring, Samsumg flip phone, LG slider phone, all found on Jan. 29 and pay stub and car keys, found Jan. 13.
Accident—Officers investigated a two vehicle accident at approximately 3 p.m., Feb. 28, in the intersection of East 11th Street and Matthew Street involving vehicles driven by Judd Kindel, Aurora, and Kenneth Richard Walker, Concordia. Walker was charged with leaving the scene of an accident. No injuries were reported.
Unified School District 333 will enter into negotiations with Cloud County Community College on a proposal to lease a portion of the USD 333 Service Center, formerly the Concordia Middle School. The USD 333 board of education, during its February meeting Monday night,... [More]
Cloud County board of commissioners received three resignations from the Local Emergency Preparedness Committee when they met Monday morning. Bob Gering, LEPC president discussed the committee and presented the board with his resignation. Gering was one of the founders... [More]
Sheriff's Dept. Report Arrests–At approximately 7 p.m., Feb. 5, deputies arrested Matthew Steward, Concordia, on a Cloud County Warrant. Steward was transported to Cloud County Law Enforcement Center. At approximately 1:30 a.m. Feb 6, deputies received... [More]
Cooper Holmes shot his way into the 2,000-point club. Needing 14 points to reach the 2,000-point plateau for his career, Holmes, a Concordia High School senior, poured in 33 in the Panthers' 89-66 win over Riley County Tuesday night in the Concordia Junior-High School gymnasium.... [More]
Putting together one of their grittier performances of the season, the Concordia Panthers couldn’t quite close the deal. Battling back from a five-point deficit in the third quarter, Concordia led Riley County for nearly the entire fourth quarter. A three-point... [More]
Winter Memories . . . As I sit here typing, I can look out at the approaching night, a picture for a Christmas card! Brrr! Snowy nights bring back a host of memories down the years. My dad and brother would stamp snow... [More]
“Organized, autocratic religions give people a source of stability and community. They bind people together with a sense of belonging and offer a clear vision of right and wrong. They teach children at an impressionable age a values system that, alone, parents may... [More]