In the case of Allan and Ellen Seifert Trust vs. Vincent Seifert et al, a settlement agreement and reforming trust was approved with both parties bearing their own costs and fees not provided for in the settlement agreement.
The case of Lee Roy Cada vs. Everett L. Ford, Concordia, was dismissed with prejudice.
The case of Credit Management Inc. vs. Jason Barleen, Concordia, has been dismissed with prejudice.
The case of Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Michelle Treanor, Concordia, Cause 1 in the amount of $651 owing Cloud County Health Center was dismissed without prejudice.
The case of Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Michael Nelson, Concordia, has been dismissed with prejudice.
Ann Kipp received a judgment of $2,125 plus interest and costs from Brad Czapanskiy, Clyde.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $410.65 plus interest and costs from Melissa Seward, Concordia.
Carter D LLC seeks a judgment of $1,607.50 plus interest and costs from James Stalnaker, et al, Concordia.
Credit Management Services, Inc. seeks a judgment of $1,135.01 plus interest and costs from Robert Mason et al, Glasco.
Portfolio seeks a judgment of $2,473.84 plus interest and costs from Dennis D. Price, Clyde.
David Hoerner seeks a judgment of $2,625 plus interest and costs from Kelsey Guy et al, Miltonvale.
Gerard Tank & Steel Inc. seeks a judgment of $3,000 from Ryan R. Robbins, Clyde.
The following people received fines for Speeding: Phani T. Adidam, Joseph Akpofure, Daniel D. Bougman, Christopher Collins, Veronica Gonzalez, Maria T. Jabo, Melissa Maser, Anita Miller, Han T. Nguyen, Seth Schoming, Willie J. Simkins Jr., Adam D. Taisey, Robert L. Wagner, Jeffery L. Welch, Derek L. Wiggers, Joseph G. Ynesta, $143; Jacqueline A. Filippi, $239; Aubrey W. Hier, $167; Tracy M. Jamison, $173; Seth L. Kisby, $134; Darren J. Kosel, $167; Willian Linares, $203; Marietta K. Ortiz, $149; Starleen Renee Pearce, $155; Paul P. Prohaska, $161; Rick Reeves, $203; Bhakta Riddish, $361; Christopher B. Steinshouer, $185; Joseph S. Steward, $173; Nyla R. Wilson, $197.
The following people received $10 fines for Failure to Wear Seat Belt: Stephanie L. Armstrong, Daniel A. Barnes, William H. Barnett Jr., Angela K. Bloomer, Charles W. Bowers, Corby J. Brown, Thomas M. Brown Jr., Monica Lee Cairns, James V. Carver, Kayla Renee Clark, Deborah D. Czapanskiy, James M. Dillen, Brittney A. Dorman, Sondra G. Douglas, Jevonte J. Dyke, Jack L. Eakins, Katie L. Eakins, Brandy L. Edgemon, Michael G. Feight, Charles C. Finkbiner, Boyd R. Gower, Lance W. Gropp, Brendan C. Hardaway, John L. Kearn, Darrell L. Martin Jr., Becky J. Mason, Tosha S. Mason, Kaitlin K. Moore, Christian D. Newell, Jake Y. Newmeyer, April Parsons, Terra A. Revell, Mary L. Snavely, Billy Lee Spear, Tyson K. Spohn, Craig M. Stensaas, Noah D. Strait, Dennis J. Streit, Sheena L. Thrasher, Katherine Tiffany.
Also receiving fines for Failure to Wear Seat Belt were Timothy M.E. Rowland and Randy William Ryals, each $91.
Receiving fines for other violations were: James V. Carver, operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $198; Brittney A. Dorman, child passenger safety, retraining systems and seat belts, $158; Boyd R. Gower, operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $198; Justin L. Menhusen, driving while canceled/suspended/revoked, second or subsequent conviction, $598; Matthew S. Pruitt, operate motor vehicle without a valid license, $100.
Penny M. Nease appeared June 6 and was found Guilty and convicted of Criminal Damage to Property. She was sentenced to six months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $160, and restitution as later determined by the Court. Her sentence was suspended with Defendant being placed on supervised probation with Court Services for six months following specific terms and conditions.
Lester Lyle Eugene Gray appeared June 12 and was found Guilty and convicted of No Liability Insurance. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $98, and a fine of $300 by July 31. His sentence was suspended with Defendant being placed on unsupervised probation for six months following specific terms and conditions.
Dakota Scott Mendenhall appeared June 13 and was found Guilty and convicted of Possession of a Hallucinogenic Drug, Marijuana. He was sentenced to 12 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $160, a fine of $300, an alcohol/drug testing fee of $40, a probation supervision fee of $60, a community service work insurance fee of $8.50 and all other assessed fees. Defendant's sentence shall be suspended with the exception of a five-day term with Defendant being placed on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months following specific terms and conditions.
Diane McKain, aka Diane A. McKain and Gary R. McKain to David L. Carver and Jenna Carver, east half southeast quarter, 28-8-3. See record.
Alexis Corporation to Terry Franz and Rachel Franz, Tract 1: a tract of land in the northeast corner of lot 2 in block B in northeast industrial park, see record; tract 2: a tract of land in the northwest corner of lot 2 block B in northeast industrial park, see record.
Alisha D. Sipe, Alisha D. Sipe, fka Alisha Atwell and Jerry L. Sipe to Alisha D. Sipe and Jerry L. Sipe, the east 11 feet of the south half of lot 12 in block 29 and lot 13 in said block 29 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Merna F. Carlin, Gregory S. Carlin, Jana G. Carlin, Grant O. Carlin, Leann R. Carlin and Pamela K. Carlin, fka Pamela K. Bridges, to Jerry F. Carlin and Elaine R. Carlin, west half northwest quarter of section 19 township 7 range 5 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas.
John L. Fischer Jr. and Rachael A. Fischer to Matthew S. Kueker DDS LLC, lot 10 and the west half of lot 11 in block 89 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Brenda Nauman to Tucker Liby, lot 4 in block 8 city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
Jewell Naumann to Tucker Liby, lot 4 in block 8 city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
David R. Loucks to Logan Brown, Tract 1: Lot 4 of block 1 of Kennedy's Annex, an addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas described in record; Tract 2: Lot 5 in block 1 Kennedy's Annex, an addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas except and subject to easements visible and of record. See record.
Sharon Ann Dean, trustee, and Sharon Ann Dean revocable trust to David L. Carver and Jenna Carver, an undivided quarter interest in and to the east half southeast quarter of 28-8-3, Cloud County, Kansas.
Sheriff of Cloud County to Rebecca Duford, lots 37 and 38, Heller's Addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County, Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Quit Claim Deeds:
Kristina L. Edin, aka Kristina Edin and Christopher D. Edin aka Chris Edin to Central National Bank, lot 27 and the west 20 feet four inches of lot 28, block 148 of the City of Concordia, Cloud County, Kansas.
Kristina L. Edin aka Kristina Edin and Christopher D. Edin, aka Chris Edin to Central National Bank, lot 27 and the west 20 feet four inches of lot 28 block 148 of the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
Serving the Writ
"There!" muttered the Squire in disgust after making this discovery; "I never thought of him; why in Sam Hill didn't I remember he was here, and saved all this trouble? Nearly spilled my clothes, too!"
He turned about and was preparing to go back, when a movement down in the shrubbery arrested his attention and downward progress at the same time. For a minute or two he remained perfectly still; then he peered carefully over the roof's edge. He saw a man standing below among the trees, but who he was the Squire couldn't make out. Howbeit, whoever he might be he seemed to be scanning the upper front window very closely. Indeed, this view did not seem to satisfy him, and like his "illustrious predecessor" he, too, passed round back of the little kitchen. The Squire became alarmed. He would be discovered now certainly! What should he do? He glanced about hopelessly until he caught sight of the chimney—a large, old fashioned one, running up from the kitchen close against and on the outside of the main building. With a quick movement he scrambled to his feet into the shadow of its deep corner and stood close against the wall.
"Maybe," he thought, "the man will go 'way pretty soon, confound him!"
But the stranger seemed in no hurry to leave; on the contrary he moved about a few minutes, and then, to the consternation of our friend on the roof, he began to ascend the ladder. If ever Squire
Butterfield perspired in his life, he did then. Although it was a cold night, he was in a profuse sweat from head to foot. He gritted his teeth, clenched his hands, bit his lips until the blood came, but nevertheless the intruder made his way slowly but surely up the slippery incline.
"Goodness gracious! What in Sam Hill shall I do? murmured the Squire in his desperate fear. "I'd give anything, yes, anything, if I was safe at home. I wish all the widows were in Guinea. I wish . . ."
But the sentence never was completed. The ice—alas, the treacherous ice on the roof! Unexpectedly, suddenly, without premeditation or malice aforethought, the Squire's feet shot forward from under him, and with accuracy of aim and swiftness of motion seldom surpassed, he bore down upon the stranger. That individual's hold was very weak and uncertain at best, and he was ill prepared for such an onslaught. Therefore when the Squire struck him, he, too, assumed an unexpected momentum, and both passed over the roof together, the stranger descending feet foremost into the rain barrel and the Squire making sad havoc with the widow's grapevines and arbor.
Register of Deeds