GMAC Mortgage LLC received a judgment of $31,535.66 plus interest and costs from Brandon J. Belvill, et al, Concordia.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA seeks a judgment of $3,345.77 plus interest and costs from Michelle Brummett, Miltonvale.
Joe A. Fakler and Ruth M. Fakler seek quiet title to real estate from Mary Katherine Heyne Seifert and Joseph Seifert, Austria, Europe.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA received a judgment of $1,688.33 plus costs and interest from Bradley D. Czapanskiy, Clyde.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA received a judgment of $1,213.81 plus interest and costs from Anna L. LaBarge, Jamestown.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $604.85 plus interest and costs from Brendon Wayne Thiessen et al, Concordia.
State of Kansas Department of Transportation seeks a judgment of $1,835.17 plus interest and costs from Brandon Michael Gatiss et al, Colorado Springs.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $715.74 plus interest and costs from Mary Ann Bonetti, Aurora.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $454 plus interest and costs from Roberta M. Gustas, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $344.62 plus interest and costs from Robyn L. VandenBroeder, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $315 plus interest and costs from Victoria A. Walters, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $189.15 plus interest and costs from Brandon Callihan, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $852.01 plus interest and costs from James L. Lund, et al, Concordia.
The case of Bruce R. Brown dba Brown Enviro-Control Inc. vs. Lela Haswell, Clyde, has been dismissed without prejudice.
Koch CPA, Chartered received a judgment of $734.75 plus costs of $81.50 and interest of 12 percent per annum from Carol Padgett Beloit.
James C. Walker DVM received a judgment of $211.05 plus $61.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Shawn and Sarah Reed, Concordia.
James C. Walker DVM received a judgment of $84.61 plus $66.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Katie and Dannie Lavoie, Concordia.
Ashley Weber received a judgment of $3,500 plus costs of $81.50 and interest of 12 percent per annum from Harold McNeely and Samantha McNeely, Concordia.
All Subtypes, Jan. 9-15
The following people received fines for Speeding: Nicole A. Aiken, Colleen L. Fischer, $179; Jeffrey S. Bard, Ana A. Borja, Nathaniel J. Boyd, Bryan A. Cless, Michelle L. Foote, Dane A. Fugleberg, Christopher R. Halpenny, Elizabeth C. Harper, Chien-Xian Hung, Alicia M. Maberry, Ben Moses, Joel Orthmann, Cody K. Petersen, Melanie L. Reeve, Montgomery J. Stumps, John W. Suvmane, Alford Dale Thompson, $143; Derek W. Clark, $173; Jennifer L. Emly, $155; Gregory P. Gorman, $149; Sarai B. Immohotichey, $155;Jacquelyn Marmaduke, $221; Blake A. Mikesell, Christi D. Taylor, $155; Rebecca L. Timmons, $185.
Receiving $10 fines for failure to wear seat belt were Blake A. Mikesell and Carrie S. Thompson.
Receiving fines for other violations were Shaun M. Botonis, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, $293; Colleen L. Fischer, operating motor vehicle wthout a valid license, $100; Lydia K. Hynek, driving under influence of alcohol or drugs, first conviction, $423, deferred adjudication; Sarai B. Immohotichey, child passenger safety, restraining systems and seat belts, $60; Edin O. Ramirez-Retana, operating motor vehicle without valid license, $198; Brady Michael Read, unlawful age <18 yoa to possess or attempt to possess cigarettes/tobacco, $123; Rebecca L. Timmons, unlawful registration, $50.
Brandi N. Jones appeared Jan. 15 and was found Guilty and convicted of Unlawful Possession or Consumption of a Cereal Malt Beverage by a Minor. She was sentenced to the custody of the Cloud County Jail for 10 days, ordered to pay a fine of $200 and costs of the action, $98 by Feb. 27. The Court ruled that Defendant's sentence shall be suspended upon full payment of all costs and fine. The Court directed the Division of Motor Vehicles to suspend Defendant's driving privileges pursuant to statute. The Court finds that Defendant may perform pre-approved community service work, at the rate of $6.00 per hour, to offset the costs of this action. Defendant must pay $8.50 for a community service work insurance fee prior to the performance of any work.
Darrell D. Haley, trustee and Darrell D. Haley family trust to Michael Haley, Section 33 Township 8 Range 3, Northeast Quarter Northeast Quarter; Section 33 Township 8 Range 3, East 857' of the West half Northeast Quarter. See record.
Nolan Buckley and Patricia Buckley to Daniel L. Haist, Section 15 Township 6 Range 3, tract in Northwest Quarter Northwest Quarter containing 8 acres more or less.
Bruce Steven Snyder aka Bruce S. Snyder and Dawn M. Snyder to Richard T. Serafin, the East half of lot 23 and all of lot 24 in block 122 in the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kanas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Nolan Buckley and Patricia Buckley to Randy LeDuc and Angie LeDuc, Section 15 Township 6 Range 3, tract of land in the Northwest Quarter Northwest Quarter. See Record.
Tom O. Zugelder to Marilyn L. Louis, all of lot 13 and all of lot 14 except the North 8 feet thereof in Block 4 in College Heights Addition to the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas subject to easements and restrictions of record.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
In a Tunnel
The wildest commotion ensued. Everybody else feeling that it devolved upon each as men and brothers to do something, and succeeding only in creating inextricable confusion. None of the passengers had the vaguest idea what had happened. Each man grappled with his neighbor, suspecting him of some deadly villainy in that obscure night.
"I have got him," cried a cheerful voice from the door, proceeding from a stout and valiant traveler, who, indeed, held in an iron grip a slender, writhing form that indignantly rebelled against his assault. But when light dawned to a comforting brightness again, the stout gentleman was found to hold captive an innocent and much injured newspaper and pop-corn boy who had entered the car just in the nick of time to be made prisoner, while the thief slid noiselessly away to vanish forever.
Then each passenger was morally certain that the thief had crept past him while he was pursuing the gentleman opposite, and the newsboy was surest of all that he had been propelled into their midst by some unseen power on the platform. The inevitable result of so much excitement was a chilling doubt if Miss Mayhew's alarm had not been only a woman's scare, after all.
"Look at her for yourselves," she said indignantly, reading scepticism on every side. The old lady's appearance was certainly dilapidated and battered, while her beautiful beads were lying in her lap. Ruth replaced them preparatory to her getting out at the crowded terminus where she changed cars. The old lady fluttered away almost before the train had stopped, and when she had been gone fully five minutes, Miss Mayhew rattled the beads on the floor with a sudden crash. The thief had loosened the clasp in his effort to secure them. Something must be done.
Again she appealed to selfish men; they were not going to leave their places. Much good but vague advice was volunteered about keeping the necklace until she could forward it sometime, which she cut short with a decisive.
"I will go myself." The emergency required prompt action and she was equal to the emergency. Without a moment's hesitation she rushed out. "How long do we stop?" she inquired, of a brakeman, who exhaled hot oil from his very countenance.
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