For the record 9-17-13
Police Dept. Report
Damage to property—Machelle Barleen, Concordia, reported at approximately 8:30 a.m., Sept. 12, that sometime after 1:20 a.m. someone had damaged property in the 500 block of East 16th Street. Investigation continues.
Arrest—Officers arrested Mark Allen Redd, 30, Concordia, at approximately 2 p.m. in the 100 block of East College Drive. Redd was arrested on a Cloud County Warrant for Theft and transported to Cloud County Corrections.
Theft—Alejandro Esteban, Concordia, reported the Theft of a Vehicle at 2 a.m., Sept. 15. Vehicle was taken from the 200 block of West 2nd Street. It is a 2005 Chevy C2500 truck, gray in color with Texas license plates BW45665. Anyone seeing this vehicle or having information on its whereabouts is asked to call Concordia Police Department, 785.243.3131.
Hit and run—Greggory Germann, Clifton, reported his vehicle was struck and damaged at approximately 6:30 p.m., Sept. 16. Vehicle was parked and unattended in the 400 block of West 9th Street when damage occurred.
Arrests—Officers arrested Stephanie A. Carlson, 38, Waterville, at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 16 during a traffic stop on U.S. 81 and Trail Road. Carlson was charged with Driving While Suspended, Expired Driver's License and Expired Tags. Carlson also was found to have a Shawnee County Warrant for Failure to Appear. She was transported to Cloud County Corrections.
Officers conducting a traffic stop at 12:15 a.m., Sept. 17 in the 600 block of Valley Street arrested Jace Alexander Moore, 18, Concordia, and a 17-year-old juvenile. Moore and the juvenile were both charged with two counts of Burglary, Felony Theft, Theft, Criminal Damage to Property, Felony Obstruction and Minor in Possession. Moore also was charged with Felony Resisting and was transported to Cloud County Corrections. The juvenile was seen by Juvenile Intake and transported to Junction City Detention Center.
Doing their “thousand dollar repairs” on a combine, farmers Galen Deneault of D and G Farms and Mark Boley prepare for another long hot day of wheat harvest. “Farmers don't really like to give out yields because it can affect prices. You don't want to brag,... [More]
District Court CRIMINAL Harold George Mildrexler appeared in person and by his court-appointed attorney James M. Johnson, June 13, and was convicted of Battery. He was sentenced to six months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, an alcohol/drug... [More]
Nick Coil, Trade Wind Energy Development Manager, discussed the Skyview Wind Project at the Monday morning meeting of Cloud County board of commissioners. Coil said typically, it takes approximately five years to develop a wind farm. The project in the Glasco area would... [More]
Rolling Hills, Belleville, defeated Funk Pharmacy 16-4 in Concordia Recreation Girls' Softball play Tuesday night at the Concordia Sports Complex. Funk Pharmacy trailed 4-2 after one inning of play. Four runs in the top of the second inning gave Rolling Hills an 8-2 advantage.... [More]
Taking advantage of 10 walks, Citizens National Bank racked up 11 runs in the bottom of the first inning on its way to a 14-4 victory over Republic County in the opening game of a K-18 Baseball doubleheader Tuesday night at the Concordia Sports Complex. Republic County won the... [More]
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- Co-op holds on to beat Funk Pharmacy
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- Blues split twinbill with Marysville
- Trost named outstanding senior
- Acree places fifth at regional tourney, qualifies for state
- Abilene hands CHS pair of league losses
- Campbell breaks CCCC discus record
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Dear Editor, Last week, Gov. Sam Brownback announced his solution to the state’s budget problem, which includes significant cuts in KanCare, the state’s Medicaid program. There has been a flurry of inaccurate or incomplete information, and we need to set the... [More]