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Alfalfa County court filings

According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be...

 

Marriage License Filings

Marriage License Filings Austin Lane Schmidt and Kilee Jane Shepard, both of Helena, filed for a marriage license ($50)....

 

Alfalfa County Sheriff's Office Logs

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 5:30 a.m. Reporting party (RP) called to report a vehicle speeding up and down Ohio. Notified officer. No contact was made. 6:38 a.m. RP advised of cattle loose on SH-8. 7:24 a.m. RP advised of cattle loose on Dewey and...

 

Barber County court filings

Limited Civil Filings Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital & Physicians Clinic vs. Barbara Well: debt collection. Galt Ventures, LLC vs. Katelyn Mackenzie Parmelee: debt collection. Domestic Relations State of Kansas vs. Jeremy Robertson: non...

 

Barber County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 143 page 88: Rusty Spur Lodging, LLC, grantor, unto the First State Bank, Kiowa, Kansas, grantee. A tract of land lying in outlot 25 to the City of Kiowa, Barber County, Kansas. Warranty deed. Book 143 page 90: Jared A....

 

Barber County Sheriff's Office log

November 27, 2017 Medicine Lodge ambulance responded to Abbey Circle. No transport. Kiowa ambulance transported patient from Rumsey Street to Kiowa Hospital. William Robert Feely, Medicine Lodge, rolled his vehicle on old SH-160 east of Sharon. Over...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve burn ban

The Alfalfa County Board of Commissioners met Monday morning for its regular meeting, in which they approved a county-wide burn ban, among other topics. All commissioners were present, as well as Laneta Unruh, Nancy Lambert, Stephanie Lambert, Kyle...

 

Alva School Board decides to do their own superintendent search

The “elephant in the room” on the Alva School Board agenda was a proposal to hire the OSSBA to assist in the search for a new superintendent to fill the position being left by Superintendent Steve Parkhurst's retirement. That agenda item was...

 

Cherokee schools lose new board member

The Cherokee School Board held two meetings last month. One was the regular meeting on Nov. 6, where the board addressed an agenda item to replace Jeff White, who had resigned. After an executive session, Kurtis Goodwin was approved to fill White's...

 

'People are fed up'

Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett (R) is running for governor. On Dec. 1 he spoke with the Alva Review-Courier about the correctional system, rural hospitals, education and the state budget....

 

Grant awarded to Aline-Cleo teacher

New things are coming to Aline-Cleo Elementary thanks to a grant funded by 4RKids. New special education teacher Gena Davis applied for the grant to help create a Sensory room. "While the room is...

 

KDH lab gets needed equipment, contracts with Cerner for electronic health records

The Kiowa District Hospital Board of Directors met for their November meeting the last evening of the month. President Pat Myers called the meeting to order with members present including: Jeff Miller, Chantae Simpson and Jim Parker. Miranda Allen...

 

Northwestern Fine Arts Department to present 'Holiday Gala' concert Dec. 9

The traditional Northwestern Oklahoma State University Holiday Gala Concert presented by the Fine Arts Department is set for Saturday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. in Herod Hall Auditorium followed by the annual tree lighting ceremony. The event is free and...

 

Second hearing scheduled in officer-involved shooting and death of Sun City man

There was standing room only in the Barber County Courtroom in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, Dec. 1 as local folks and others wanted to learn more about an officer-involved shooting Oct. 6 that resulted in the death of Steven Myers, 42, of Sun City....

 

School board filing continues until 5 p.m. today

Filing for school board seats opened Monday at the Woods County Election Board and will continue until 5 p.m. today, Dec. 6. As of Tuesday afternoon, the only race developing was in Waynoka. Duane Shanks and John Hanson both filed for Seat 3. In...

 

Waynoka School Board approves new members to Cooperative Board

The Waynoka Public School Board of Education met Monday night at its regular time of 7:30 p.m. All board members were present for the meeting. The main topic on the agenda was the decision to approve or not to approve four new members to the...

 

Woods County commissioners move toward helping arena project

By Lynn L. MartinThe Woods County commissioners approved a couple of agenda items that would cause a portion of Woods County to be included in a TIF (Tax Increment Finance) district to help fund the proposed arena project. The county would be a...

 

IOC: Russians can compete at Olympics, but without flag

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Russian athletes will be allowed to stand on the medal podium at the Winter Olympics — just not with their anthem playing or their nation's flag rising above them. The International Olympic Committee barred Russia...

 

Conyers resigns from Congress amid harassment allegations

DETROIT (AP) — Democratic Rep. John Conyers resigned from Congress on Tuesday after a nearly 53-year career, becoming the first Capitol Hill politician to lose his job in the torrent of sexual misconduct allegations sweeping through the nation's...

 

Saudi strikes rock Yemeni capital after ex-president slain

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Heavy airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition rocked Yemen's capital Tuesday, striking Sanaa's densely populated neighborhoods in apparent retaliation for the killing of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh by the Shiite rebels...

 

Trump forges ahead on Jerusalem-as-capital despite warnings

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump forged ahead Tuesday with plans to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital despite intense Arab, Muslim and European opposition to a move that would upend decades of U.S. policy and risk potentially violent...

 

California suburbs again under siege from wind-driven fires

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — For second time in two months, wind-driven fires tore through California communities in the middle of the night, leaving rows of homes and a psychiatric hospital in ruins Tuesday and sending tens of thousands of people fleein...

 

Detentions spike, border arrests fall in Trump's first year

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown has produced a spike in detentions by deportation officers across the country during his first months in office. At the same time, arrests along the Mexican border have fallen...

 

Freedom Caucus deals brush-back pitch to House GOP leaders

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Freedom Caucus has been on its best behavior these past few months. The group of about three dozen hard-right Republicans has a penchant for fighting with GOP leaders over tactics and strategy, and helped topple Speaker...

 

UN: Myanmar's Rohingya likely faced crimes against humanity

GENEVA (AP) — Myanmar's Rohingya minority has "very likely" faced crimes against humanity and possibly genocide at the hands of Myanmar security forces and their helpers, the U.N.'s top human rights body and a top U.N. official said Tuesday. The...

 

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