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_A'r'eaj high school students to perform at Yodth forMusic ; High schodl students from area high schools will perform at the 46th annual Youth for Music event Saturday co- sponsored by Cloud County CoMu- nityCollege’s Music Department and Tom’s Mllle House. There will be a free concert open the public at 6 pm. at the Brown Grand Theatre, downtown Concordia. Students from Southern Cloud, Minneapolis, Smith Center, Kingman, Cheney, Stockton, Phillipsburg, Logan, Concordia, Pike Valley, Republic CourityQRock Hills, Wilson, and Wash- ington County schools will be partici- pating; ‘ B‘andjstudents will practice all day Saturday at the Brown Grand, while the choir participants will rehearse at Cloud County Community College. Conductors will be Patrick Sieben and Hannah Draper Burnett, music instruc- tors at‘Cloud. Guest conductor for the band will be Roger Wilson from Kingman High School, and guest con- ductor for the choir will be Renata Knox from Pike Valley. The public is alsoinvfited to attend rehearsals at no charge. Séréna Meier, a junior at Rock. Hills High School, has been named to the 201 5 Kansas Cross Country Track and Field Coaches Association Aca- demic Alb-State Classes 1A-4A. Sarenais1 of 11 athletes to be listed in 1A. There were a total of 46 ath- letes listed throughout the total State of Kansas for Classes 1 A-4A. MANKATO . Sports Preview Monday, Feb. Saturday, Feb. 13 Feb. High School Basketball vs. Natoma at Natoma feta},.12f..7..fligh School Basketballszsc l . . ._ Lincoln at Lincoln Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- anCe, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashingj'ATM Cards, 1 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Deposi- tory, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, No— tary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- ance, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Re- sPons'e Unit, lntemet, Member Access, ATM and Debit Card Available. Your Savings muted to $250,000 ENCUA National cranium Adminslmtion. a us. GovsmmanlAper-cy RHHS Grizzlies lose in overtime then win their next game The Tescott Trojans made their stand in overtime and it cost the Rock Hills High School Grizzlies dearly. Rock Hills went down 55-53 in over— time. They survived a close encounter with Wilson, at Mankato, Friday, and emerged with a hard fought 54—48 vic- t0 r)II‘he Grizzlies held the upper hand when the first half ended at Tescott, last Tuesday, leading 21- 19. The Tro- jans exploded for 21 points against The Grizzly defense while Rock Hills tallied 13. The Grizzlies roared back in the fourth overcoming a six point deficit to tie the game at the end of regulation play. Their dream of realiz— ing a come from behind win evapo- h . x' Lawn moms-mm PO BOX 246, Oakley, KS 37748 Concrete Superintendent/ F 0 rem an Well established Northwest Kansas '- c’otrtra’etorin business since 1961. hiring 21 Concrete Paving Super- intendent. Applicant should have experience and knowledge of all aspects ofconcrete paving. Desire to lead & train personnel to produce quality work in a safe environment. with a high degree oforganizational skills. Successful applicant can expect a generous salary. relocation expenses, health & life insurance. matching 401 k retirement plan along with paid holidays and vaca— tions. Apply at mvwsporerland. com. email: sporerr‘é"sporei‘lalid. com or call 785/672-4319. Equal Opportunity Employer. Kansas Press Association It Can WaitTM Editorial Contest ‘jThe It Can Wait editorial contest is open to students enrolled in any Kansas public or private middle school or high school. entries will be submitted to It Can Wait Essay "Contest, Kansas Press Association, 5423 SW. 7‘h St., ‘ Topeka, KS 66606. The contest entry deadline is Feb. 25. {Entries may also be sent by email to ' 'daiistacttfchks rcsscom . Visit \A’XV’W.ltSpI‘CSSCOln for more information Eyes on the road, not on your phone For: SALE BY SEALED BID Original Louis Copt Framed Oil on Canvas Sunset Glow 30” x 40” (excluding frame) Albrilliant sunset over the Kansas Flint Hills View www.kspress.com/1 077/bid-painting Sealed bids will be accepted through 2/28/2016 3 Mail to: Kansas Press Association 5423 sw 7'“, Topeka, KS 66606 Questions: 785-271-5304 _ j . Reserve must be met. KPA, reserves the [right to terminate bidding at anytime and/or remove item from sale. it can wait Tucker Johanek (25), Tycen Higer (23) lower right and Drew Beam (11), defend the unbound pass. rated when the Trojans scored nine points during the over time period while Rock Hills put up seven before time expired leaving the Grizzlies with a 55—53 loss. The Wilson Dragons proved to be a formidable foe for the Grizzlies. Rock Hills held a 23-15 lead at the half. Mindful of their previous experience at Tescott, Rock Hills stepped up their defensive pressure for the remainder of the game as Wilson came roaring back and pulled within two points of the Grizzlies at the end of the third period, 32-30. A dug in defense and a successful offensive outpouring en- abled the Grizzlies to pull away in the final frame and gain a 54-48 win and improve their record to 9-5. Tucker Johanek paced the Griz- zlies in the Tescott game with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Tycen Higer pumped 1 0 points through the hoop and grabbed four rebounds. Spencer Callaway to- taled seven points for the contest and provided two rebounds. Grant Davis joined in with six points and domi- nated the boards with 14 rebounds. Jacob Spiegel was good for six points , and two rebounds. Drew Beam scored five points and took care of three re- bounds. Luke Broeckelman handled a rebounds and dished out three assists. Brady Jeffery contributed four re- bounds; :‘3"! 3:1} 51" .. Mm); J ohanek toppedtherGrizzly scoring.» list against Wilson with 16 points. Spiegel netted 15 points for the Griz- zlies. Higer dropped through 12 points. Callaway landed five points. Davis joined in the scoring with four points. Broeckelman and Jeffery hit a free throw each for one point. Head coach Matt Hesting said he was “ pleased with the overall aggres- siveness of the team.” The junior varsity squad improved its record to 6-2. Next up for the Grizzlies is a trip to Downs, Friday, for a game with Lakeside. The team heads to Natoma Tuesday. RHHS Lady Grizzlies fall to Tescott, Wilson The Rock Hills High School Lady Grizzlies are still in search of their first win of the season. They fell to Tescott 55-43, at Tescott, last Tuesday. Wil- son paid a visit to Mankato, Friday, and dealt Rock Hills a 48-26 loss. The Lady Grizzlies were unable to keep pace with Tescott’s fast-paced offense and dropped the game 55—43. Allison Railsback led Rock Hills scor- ers with 18 points while Baylee Dunstan added 12. ' Rock Hills couldn’t keep Wilson in sight after trailing 29—12 at the half. ‘7’ «'5 Wilson "theit‘offehsive pace in the third and added more points to their Rock Hills High School Cheerleaders and Dance Team . . willybe delivering ($2 Charge ) ,u . Hunts Brothers Pizza " from Bob’s Inn Football Championship Sunday 0 Sunday, Feb. 7 Call 785-378-3201 to place an order Delivery Times: Mankato - 10 am. to 7 pm. Jewell 6 pm. ( meet at Bohnert Welding to pick up) Money raised will be used to help defray our travel expenses for our March 2016 State Performance You are invited to Northern Plains League Concert Rock Hills High School Gymnasium Mankato, Kan. More than 200 band members will be in attendance 5.16 , The Atwood Police Department is taking applications for a full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be 21, Wild driver’s license and no criminal record. High school diploma or GED required. Salary is 000. Excellent benefits including BC/BS insurance, KPERS retirement plan, paid vacation and sick leave. KLETC certification is preferred but not required. Applicant must pass a background check, psychological exam and drug screen. Applications may; be obtained from the City Clerk’s Office, 106 S. 3rd, Atwood, KS 67730. 785-626-9462. Position is open until filled. The (ity of Atwood is on EOE. The City of Marion Kansas is accepting applibations for a JOURNEYMAN LINEMAN Position is responsible for the'maintenance, repair, and construction of the city's electrical distribution system, Successful applicant will possess a strong technical mechanical aptitude, communications and public relation skills. For more information contact Electrical Supervisor Christian Patterson, 620-381-6670. Submit resume to City 01 Marion 208 E. Santa Fe, Marion Kansas 66861 cos Thursday, February 4, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A lead and was pulling away with the score 39-16. Rock Hills could not find their offense in the final quarter, scor- ing three points while Wilson tallied seven to take home a 48-26 win and leave the Lady Grizzlies with an 0—13 record for the season. Jalee Ortman and Railsback were the high point getters with nine apiece. Emilee Whelchel and Dunstan scored four points apiece. Bergen Mauerhan, Sydny Ryba and Caitlyn May all re- corded playing minutes The team heads to Downs, Friday, for a match-up against Lakeside. An- other road trip for the team comes Tuesday when they visit Natoma. Comnu'ssioners J cwell County Commissioners met Monday. Travis Garst, solid waste director, provided an update on the operations of the department. He also reviewed the monthly activity report for Janu— ary. Shannon Meier, ambulance direc— tor, reviewed the billing report for J anu- ary. He reported on operations of the department. The commissioners discussed re— pairs with Chris Petet, courthouse cus— todian. The commissioners reviewed the quote from Associated Insulation In; corporated for removal of the tile on the second floor of the courthouse for a total not to exceed $4,800.00. Com— missioners approved the quote to re- move the floor tile up to the black tile on the second floor hallway of the courthouse. Gail Bartley, noxious weed direc— tor, reviewed the annual weed eradica— tion progress report for 2015 to be submitted to the state. He also reviewed the Jewel] County Weed Management Plan for 2016 with no changes. Please join us at the Jewell County Conservation District Annual Meeting Wednesday, Feb. 17 Community Building, 214 N. High, Mankato, Kan. Doors open at 6 pm. Meal served at 6:30 pm. —.h¢__y._..~_....+r_ Bankers Awards Elect One Board Member Entertainment: M &M Sisters For reservations call (785) 78-3961 h h _Lady Grizzlies lost to Wilson Friday night but they did not go down without a fight. Jalee Ortman (25) watched to see if her shot fell, while Bailey Dunstan (33) was held out of a rebounding position. Emily Whelchel (right), looking for an open pass to a Lady Grizzly. Commissioners approved signing _ the annual weed eradication progress Report for 2015 and the Jewell County Weed Management Plan for 2016. Don Jacobs, sheriff, provided an update on the operations of the depart- ment. J oel Elkins, general superintendent, reported on road and bridge mainte- nance. Commissioners reported road concerns. Commissioners approved Resolu- tion 16—01 for the Jewell County High- way Department’ 5 2016 summer hours of March 13 through Nov. 6. - Interior and Exterior Painting 0 Pasture Clearing Call Spencer Mohler at 785-648-01 22 Free Quotes Board Certified Heol’rh Core Providers ADA Certified Andy Walker, MD. I Nolan Beavers, M.D. Clinc staffed daily by physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner. Services Acute inpatient care. Swing beds, Outpatient core, Pediatrics, Long Term Care, Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, DlngOI Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRls, Holter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous dnd Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocordiogroms, Annuol Heolth Fdir Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kdn Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductdtion, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care Unit Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-351 l Jewell County Hospital 100 Crestvue, Monkdto, Kon. 66956 785-378-3137