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Mankato hosts Jewell County Middle School Track Meet Mankato hosted the Jewell County Middle School Track Meet April 15. Girls' results The Jeweli girls won the A-team meet with 67 points. Mankato was 2nd with 30 points and White Rock came in 3rd with 24 points. A girls' individual results Duffy, White Rock, won the high jump going 4'. Roberts and Snell, Jewell, took 2nd and 3rd, clearing the bar at 3' 10". Jewell swept the triple jump. Wil- son took I st going 25' 8". Roberts was 2nd with a distance of 24' I". Bray came in 3rd going 22' 11.25". In the shot put, Peck, Jewell, won the gold with a heave of 27' 10". Saw- dash in 14.78. Sawyer,. White Rock, was 2nd in '15.72. Bauer, Mankato, came in 3rd in 15.80. Slier and Jones, Jewell came in 4th and 5th respec- tively in 17.12 and !9.43. Newell, Mankato, won the 1600 meter run in 6:39.30. Duffy, White Rock, was 2nd in 7:54:65; Heel, Jewell, was 3rd in 7:56:00. There were no entries in the 4 x 100 meter relay. Bauer and Elkins, Mankato, won the gold and silver respectively in the 400 meter dash with times of !:15.96 and I: 18.32. Roberts, Jewell, took the bronze in .1:25.83. There were no entries in the 4 x 200 meter relay. yet, White Rock, came in second with Newell, Mankato, won the 800 a throw of 24' 1.5". Heel, Jewell, took meter run. Hoe1, ]ewell, was 2nd in the bronze with a distance of 22' 3". 3:34.89. Jones, Jewell, took 4th going 2 ! '. Reiter, Jeweil, won the gold medal Sawyer, White Rock, won the long jump with a leap of 14' .5". Wilson, Brey and Slier, Jeweil, took 2nd, 3rd and4th going 12' I I", I I' 2.5"and 1 I' 1" respectively. Duffy, White Rock, threw the dis- cus 60' 3" to claim the gold medal. Brey an~l Jones, Jeweil, placed silver and bronze respectively with throws of 57' 3" and 48' 3". Elkins, Mankato, won the 100 meter hurdles in 21.86. Peck and Snell, Jewel l came in 2nd and 3rd in 22.52 and 23.73 respectively. Reiter, Jewell, :won the 100 meter The dewell County Commissioners,' Jewell County, Kan. have allowed and paid the following payrolls and billS for the Quarter ending March 31,2003 Salaries: General Jan. 27,652.46 Feb. 25,661.63 March 27,84425 Public Health Jan. 7,934.36 Feb. 9,025.92 March' 8,795.14 Appraiser Jan. 3,462.51 Feb. 3,458.91 Mar. 3,444.53 Road and Bridge Jan. 41.356.28 Feb. 37,318.36 March 39,114.24 Noxious Weed Jan. 1,382.67 Feb. 1,243.85 March 1.378.33 Solid Waste Jan. 3,558.33 Feb. 3,543.44 March 3,629.24 Ambulance Jan. 9,433.36 Feb. 8,634.68 March 8,531.75 Clearlno Account." KS BC/BS Jan. 24,478.96 Feb. 24,478.96 " March 24,478.98 Jw. Co. rl~x Plan Jan. 519.22 Feb, 519.22 March 519,22 KS BC/BS Dental Jan. 946.88 Feb. 945.88 March 945.88 KPERS Jan, 3,719.70 Feb. 3,421.77 March 3,678.01 KPERS-EmpL Jan. 4,384.94 Feb, 4,057.85 March 4,33620 Nationwide Retire. Jan. 1,596.30 Feb. 1,626.30 March T.626.30 Fed W/H Jan 9,365.25 Feb. 8,938.63 March 9,376.67 KS W/H Jan. 3,312.68 Feb, "3,023.55 March 3,185.50 Social Security Jan. 19,331.94 Feb. 18,300.76 March 18,946.68 Cenlral United Life Jan. 101.52 Feb. 101.52 March 101,52 Conseco Health Ins. Jan. 408.00 (Capitol American) Feb. 372.30 March 372,30 Colonial Life Jan. 95.51 Feb. 95.51 March 95.51 Nail Travelers Life Jan. 557,07 Feb. 657.07 Match 489.86 AFLAC 1,259.90 Clerk of District CT Jan. 581.68 in the 200 meter dash in 31.05. Bauer and Elkins, Mankato, won the 8liver and bronze respectively in 32.92 and 34.86. Jewell won. the medley relay in 2:28.77. Peck, Jewell won. the 3200 meter run in 19:38.47. Girls' remits The Jewell girls won the B-team meet with 54 points. White Rock t~Jok second with 44 points. Mankato came in 3rd with 29 points. B girls' individual malts Brockelman, White Rock won the high jump by clearing the bar at 3" i 0". Koster, Jeweil came in 2nd with a leap of 3' 6". Leinberger, Jewell, won the triple jump going 26', Koester, Jewell came in 2nd with a distance of 23' 10". Barrett and Stafford, Jeweli, won the gold and silver respectively in the shot with puts of 33' 3.5" and 27'. 10". McSpadden, Mankato, took the bronze with a throw of 26' 5". Frazier, White Rock, took 4th with a heave of 25' 9". Wacker, Jewell, took 5th with a throw of 24' 4.5". Kriley, White Rock, won the long jump going i I' 7.5". Ernst, Mankato, came in 2nd with a leap of I I' 1". Dusk.i, Jewell, took 3rd going 10' 8.5". Peters and Gronewaller, Jewell camb in 4th and 5th respectively with distances of 10' 7.5" and 8' I". Frasier, White Rock, won the gold medal-in the discus with a throw of 63' 7". Bata'ett, Jewell, claimed the gold with a distance of 60' 10.5". Bryant and Finnelt, White Roqk, claimed 3~ and 4th respectively wi(h throws of 56 3" and 54'3.5". Wacker, Jewell was 5th with a throw of 5 I' 4.75". Duskie, Jewell, won the 100 meter hurdles in 26.5. Colson and Ernst, Mankato, took the gold and silver medals respeetiv.ely ~ in the-100 meter dash in 14.99 and i 6.42. Lienberger, Jewell, claimed the bronze with a, time of 16.70. Cleary, Jewell, and Kriley, White Rock, took 4th and 5th respectively in 17.75 and 18.40. Eakins, White Rock. won the 1600 meter run in 7:15.85. Koster, Jewell, came in 2nd in 8:36.00. White Rock won the 4 x 100 meter Sugar Shack candles and Electric candle warmers are at "Get-A-Tan" We now have 48 different kindsl Stop by any time and see the new display - FREE GIFT BAGS! Remember that special someone on , ~'s Z~y , Ea,er , Gra~#on , ~ Doy WILL I~,WEI:Illl 6et- an Rodney & Linda Payne Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3802 relay in ! :09.42 and Jewell was 2nd in 1:!7.71. Colson and McSpadden, Mankato, won the gold and silver medals respec- tively in the 400 meter dash in I: 18.4 I and 1:23.50. Hermereld, Jewell, took the bronze in 1:26.33. Cieary, Jewell, took 4th in 1:33.34. $ White Rock won the 4 x 200 meter relay with a time of 2:31.58. Jeweli came in second by posting a time of 2:3 i .93. Eakins, White Rock, .won the 800 meljer run in 3:12.16. cleary, Jeweli, came in 2nd in 3:56.84. In the 200 meter dash, Colson Mankato, took I st in 32.33. Lienberger, Jewell, won the silver in 33.59. Ernst and McSpadden, Mankato, came in 3rd and 4th respectively in 33.76 and 37.62. Hermereld, Jewetl, claimed 5th with a time of 40.50. White Rock won the medley relay with a time of 2:37.98. Jeweil came in 2rid in 2:49.57. Boys' results The mankato boys won the A-team beys meet with 83 points. White Rock claimed 2nd with 28 points. Jewell came in 3rd with 21 points. A boys' individual results Smith, Jeweil, won the high jump by clearing the bar at 4' 10". Gardner, White Rock, took the gold medal in the triple jump with adistanee of 31' 3.5". Duskie, Jewell, claimed the silver with a distance of 26' 5". Waugh, White Rock, came in for the bronze with jumps of 2 I' 6.75". Mad)in, White Rock, put the shot 45' ! 1" to take thegold medal. Duskie, Jewell, came in 2nd with athrow of 35' 8". Banks, Mankato, claimed 3rd with a heave of 31' 4.5". Reiter, Jewell, took 4th with a throw of 27' 4". Tucker, White Rock, won the long jump going 16' 4.5". Smith, Jeweli, claimed the silver with a leap of 15'. Wilson, Mankato, took the bronze wittr a jump of 10' 9". Pierce, Jewell, came in 4th going 9' 10". Wagner and Waite, Mankato, claimed the gold and silver medals respectively in the discus with throws of 104' .5" and 99' 5.25". Modlin, White Rock, took ,the bronze medal with a heave of 86' 9". Reiter and Duskie, Jewell, took 4th and 5th re- spectively with throws of 74' 3.5" and 59' 6.25". Bedford, Mankato, won the 100 meter hurdles in ! 8.04. Cheek, Mankato, took the gold medal in the 100 meter dash in 14.72. Smith, Jewell, i:laimed the gold in 16.07. Bohl. Mankato, grabbed the bronze with a time of 16.49. Pierce, Jeweli, and Waugh, White Rock, came in 4th and 5th respectively with time of 18.87 and 18,91, Mankato swept the ! 600 fneter run. Melby took the gold in ~06.92, Bartholomew claimed the silver in 6:09.84 and Bohl grabbed the bronze in 6:50.85. Mankato won the 4 x 100 meter relay in 55.58. Banks, Jansen and Wilson, Mankato, won the gold, silver and bronze respectively in the 400 meter dash with times of 1:10,39, 1:!0.98 Sun=Mon & 2pm Tues-Fri: 11am, 2pro, 5pro & 7pro I~ 11ran, 211~m & ff~ LEWIS & CLARK Sun|. 12130pro & 3pm Men & Sail 12:30pm & 3:30pro T~-F~ 12:30pro, 3:30pro & 6pro and 1:32.17. " : Mankato wendell.4 x 200 meter relay in 2:05.20.L Zadina, Mank~t~ won the gold medal in the 800 ~r run in 2:35.67. Gardner, White R'~k,, claimed the sil- ver with a time'~0f~:50.88. Banks, Mankato, came ifit~e bronze with a time of 3:06.00,]~,Mankato,took 4th with a time of3:~1 E50. In the 200 meter dash, Wagner, Mankato, elaimed~th~ gold with atime of 28.14. Tucker, White Rock, took the silver in 28.16. C :.~k, Mankato, was good for the l~ropze in 30.92. Bartholomew and ~ilson, Mankato came in 4th and 5t]q~respectively in 32.93 and 42.37. Mankato won the medley relay in 2:07:01. White Rock took 2nd in ,~ 2: i 7.53 .... Melby, Mank~o~' won the 3200 meter run in 13:5f2,74. Bartholomew, ' Mankato, took 2n'd ha 15:33.80. Boys' results The White Rock boys won the B- team meet with 59 points. Jewell came in 2nd with 45 poirits. Mankato was 3rd with 38 points, B boys' individual results McEntee, White Rock, won the high jump by clearing thebar at 5'. Wilson, Jewell, came in 2nd by going 4' 8". Sholtz, White Rock, was 3rd going 4' ,,. Sholtz, White Rock, won the gold in triple jump going 29' 1.25". McMillan, Jeweli, took the silver with adistance of 27' 7.15". Peroutek, White Rock, claimed the bronze with jumps of 24' 1.5". Jeffery, Winslow and Martin, Mankato, took the gold, silver and bronze respectively in the shot put with heaves of 27' 10.5", 26' 1.5" and 23' 9". Stephens, Jeweil, took 4th with a throw of 21' 5". Gardner, White Rock, came in 5th with a distance of 19' 5.5". Eilert, Jewell, won the long jump with a leap of 14' 6.5". Christie and Simon, Mankato, took the silver and bronze respectively with distances of 14' and 13' 8.75".Colson,Jewell,came in 4th by going 10' I". Jeffery, Mankato, won the gold medal in the discus with a throw of 79' ! 1.5". Stephens, Jewell, took the silver with a distance of 70' 9". Martin, Mankato, grabbed the bronze with a distance of 65' 9". Michels, White Rock, and Winslow, Mankato, came in 4th and 5th respectively with throws of 63' 9.5" and 62' 1 i". Wilson and Smith, Jewell, came in for the gold and silver respectively in the 100 meter hurdles with times of 18.46 and 19.86. ,~nderson and Marihugh, White Rock,",t_ook 3rd and 4th respectively with time ~ 1.45 and 21.61. Eilert. Jewell, posted a time of 21.76 to claim 5th place. McEntee and Boyles, White Rock. took the gold and silver medals respec- tively in the 100 meter dash with t~mes of 15. ! 5 and 16.26. Reiter. Jewell, won the bronze medal with a time of 17.02. Winslow, Mankato, came in 4th with a time'of 18.00 and Colson, Jewell. took 5th with a time of t 8.12. White Rock swept the 1600 meter run. Anderson won the gold in 7:23.90, Callaway took the silver in 7:36.32 and Underwood claimed the bronze in 8:17.28. White Rock won the 4 x 100 meter relay in 1:13.66. Jewell came in 2nd in i:23.34. Christie, Mankato, won the gold in the 400 meter dash in !:06.07. J Feb, 1,039.25 March 1,214,38 Ame~ipride Jan. 3,34.50 Feb. 362.75 March 283.00 4th Quaaer Unemployme~ Dec. 1,527.37 Bills: General Jan, 62,000.09 Feb. 20.464.72 March 16,444.86 Public Health Jan. 3,324.59 Feb, 3,902.09 March 1,448.84 Appraiser Jan. '1,681.14 Feb. 1,428.86 March 3,595,98 Road and Bridge Jan. 75,028.09 Feb. 27,931.21 March 32,912.37 Noxious Weed Jan. 2,593.75 Feb. 393.41 March 398.02 Solid Waste Jan, 3,080.60 Feb. 43,356.47 March 4,420.51 Ambulance Jan. 4,124.71 Feb. 3,508.11 March 1,950.19 Ambulance Equipment Jan. 756.79 Feb. 75839 March 758.79 Employee Benefits Jan. 63,827,98 Feb, 199.98 Tower Fund Jan. 65.36 Feb. 467.26 9-1-1 Fund Jan. 1,264.32 Feb. 4,453.22 March 7,624.19 Total: 1910,383.48 A detailed statement of expenditures is available for public inspection at the County Clerk's office. Brd Ce Ar~voilH~l/thD~re Pr~ Dr. Dan Caldron, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Servlces Acute Inpatient care, Swing beds,.Outpatlent care. Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic anl3 Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Speclally Provlders Dan Calderon, M,D ................................ Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ................................................................................. Cardiology Gary Chlngren, M.D ............................................................................ Orthol~edics Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Madlyn Dunston, A.R.N.P .................. ; ............................................ Family Practice It Jewell County Rural Health Clinic~ Jewell County Hospital 102 South Center, Mankato ~ 100 CrestVue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 785-378-3137 McEntee, White Rock, was good for the silver in 1:06.22. Simon, Mankato, claimed the bronze in 1:09.76. Reiter and Colson, :leweii, came in 4th and .5th respectivdy in I: 18.00 and i :20.12. Jeweil won the 4 x 200 meter relay in 2:09.70. White Rock came in 2nd in 2:23.56. McMillan and Smith, Jewell, won the gold and silver medals respectively in the 800 meter run by posting times of 2:52.51 and 3:06.53. Eaton, Mankato, claimed the bronze with a time of 3:!5.09. Marihugh, White Rock, came in 4th with a time of 3:20;93. Boyles and Sholtz, White Rock, took the gold and silver medals respec- tively with times of 31.05 and 31.13. Reiter, Jewell, won the bronze with a time of 33.07. Eaton and Martin, Mankato, came in 4th and 5th respec- tively with times of 33.87 and 33.91. Mankato won the medley relay win 2:23.39 and White Rock came in 2nd witk a time of 2:58.21. Mankato Karen Figgins met Jennifer (Figgins) Harris at Salina and they attended a 'Taste of Home' cooking school at the Bi-Centennial Center last Wednesday. Karen went on to Wichita and met George Osterhammerof Ger- many, who will be working for C&K Figgins Harvesting this year. Carl Figgins met two more employees at a Salina bus station last Wednesday. They are Mark Howard-Smith, of En- gland, and Maurice Groat of the Neth- erlands. Erin Kelley, Beloit, entertained her grandmother, Verla Houser, for three days of the Easter vacation. Many Eas- tereggs were decorated, hid and found. Wayne and Jo Dempsey were week- end guests of their daughter and hus- band, Darcy and Jim Schmidt, Blue Grass, Iowa. Daughters, Shawna Dempsey, Dallas, Texas; and Heather Dempsey, Overland Park, were also weekend guests along with Shawna's fiancee, Jeff Mathison, his parents, JoAnn and Tom Mathison, Canada, and sister, Chantele. Sunday dinner guests of Rick and Sheila Diamond were Bert and Audrey Diamond, Richard Diamond,.Ralph Hooton and Bonnie Hamilton, Ashley Diamond, Derek Clark, Becky Butts, Kearney. Jennifer Burkhart, Dr. Farghat Mehmood, Bruce and Patty Burkhart, Brandy Burkhart, Jerod Johnson and Shirley Minear, were dinner guests of Edith Love. Dick and Nita Burns visited Nita's sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Seven Peterson, at Central City, Neb. Many family members were there. Verla Houser visited her son and family, Darrell and Terri Kelley, Dane, Matt and Erin, Beloit. Lyle and Cathy Dauner and Tanner were weekend guests at the home of ' " "" W Cathy smother, CatJaermeRdftey,Sa - yer, Kan They also ~,isitedin I;fie home of Lyle's parents, Lothair diad Carol Dauner. They attended the wedding of Cathy's nephew Saturday evening. Nora Decker, Burr Oak, joi ned Jim and Clarice Decker for lunch at a Supe- rior cafe. Dinner guests of Wayne and Judy Dunn were Diana and Jerry Webb and family. Dennis and Jeremiah Webb were both home from college. Tim and Denise Gouldie, Jake and All. Garden City, were weekend guests of Jim and Velma Gouldie.Tim,Denise and family also visited Bert and Evelyn White Rock April 29: Middle School Southern Cloud Track Meet at Beloit, 9:30 a.m. High School Trackat Beloit, 3p.m. High School PTL Golf at Mankato. High School JV Golf at Lebanon. ! p.m. May !: High School Golf at Cawker. 3 p.m. May 2: High School Track at Beloit. I0 a.m. Mankato April 29: High School Golf at Mankato, Varsity, i p.m. High School Golf at Lebanon White Rock JV, I p.m. May !: Junior'Higl~ Track at tgelleville, 1 p.m. High School Golf at Downs, Varsity, 3 p.m. High School Gotf at Tipton. JV, 3 ).m. May 2: High School Track at Beloit, Beloit Relays, i0 a.m. Jeweil April. 29: Golf at Mankato, 1 p.m. High School Track at Beloit, 3p.m. Junior High Track at Beloit. 9:30 a.m. May 2: High School Track at Beloit, Beloit Relays, !0 a.m. Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances, Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, Amencan Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fag Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insurance, Treasury Tax and Loan Depository, Ddve Thru in Beloit, Voice Response Unit, Intemet Member Access. ~ i [ Thursday. April 24, 2003 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Wame. Jim and Velma were dinner faUeSts of John and Thelma Beam and mil~., Esbon. Mike, Phyllis and Reba Liggett were Sunday afternoon visitors of Phyllis's brother and family, Doug Daugherty, Beloit. Dinnerguests ofLeRoy andMarilyn Eaton were Richard and Margaret Colson; Mark Colson; Milch and Crys- tal Cosand, Kylene and Clay; Alan and Tiffany Eaton, Cody and Zaeh; Mike and Linda Eaton, Jessica and Heather; Ross, Jaci and Cortney Jeffery; Wilma Eaton; Katherine Grimes; Brad Keeler and Ann Keeler, Formosa. John and Diana Belay joined them in the afteroon. Rod Hancock was a weekend guest of his motherGayl Hancock. Rod, Gayl, Marvin and Linda Chilcott attended Easter Sunrise Services and church services at the Christian Church. The Chilcotts later left for their summer job at Lake Perry. Dinner guests of Delvin and Nancy Hanson were Susan and Lyndell Hanson, Kelley, and Kyle Hanson, Sarah Bauman, Shelly Alcorn, Joshua, Phillip and Kendra, Daniel and Briana Hanson, Millard Voorhees, Ann Breeden and family, Rita Everhart, Tracy Everhart, Audra McMichel and Mary. An Easter egg hunt was held following dinner. Howard andMarthaHerrmann were guests last week ofWayne Herrmann and family, Wichita. Wayne had sur- gery and is recovering. Weekend guests of Alberta Dia- mond were Jay, Brooke and Kaitlyn Diamond. Patrick" Johnson and Candace Anguiano, Hoyt, were also guests. -- Chet and Virginia Hanson were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Walt and Vergaline Holdren. Brock Garman and deughter were Saturday visitors at the home of Chet and Vir- ginia Hanson. Lorna McMillan, Beloit, was a weekend guest of Don and Audrey Hamilton. Dinner guests of George and Marlys Jensen were Clair and Learn Jansen, Hastings, Scott Boyles and Brady Alexander, Manhattan, Janae Jensen, Overland Park, Esther Jensen, Supe- rior, Deb and Marvin Boyles. Martha Herrmann is working most of this week at the Town and Country Variety and Lynette Koester's father died. WeeKend guests of Jerry and Alice Kinsey were David and Molly Swank and family, Wichita, David and Michelle Schmidt and Mark, Pratt, Alison Nailer, Hays. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Jerod Kinsey, Gale and Kathleen Jeffery, Burr Oak, Am- ber Dewey and Jason Gleason, Salina. Dinner guests of Lloyd and Donna Johnson were Aietha Logan, Amory and Ann Neal and A.J., Park, Colo., Lloyd W. Johnson. Amory, Ann and A.J. stayed the weekend. Dinner guests of Betty May were Doug, Janie and Caleb Hall, Bill and Linda May and Trisha, Burr Oak, Roy, Cindy, Augustus and Caitlyn May. Steve, Terri and Aaron Melby went to Kansas City to pick up Ericka Satur- day at the airport. She arrived from South Africia. On the way home they were dinner guests of Steve's sister and family, Paul and Lydia Steinlage, Alex, Thee, and Tate, at Corning. Also at the dinner were Steve's parents, Harvey and Betty Melby, Bethany Meiby and Cole Modlin. Jack and Myrtle Roe were Saturday supper guests at the home of Ken and Diane Roe, Glen Elder. Others attend- ing were Anna Roe, Hutchinson, and Obed Roe, Glen Elder. Mark Ruthstrom was a dinner guest of Dewey and Ruth Underwood. Shana Ruthstrom was unable to attend as she had to work at the hospital. Mitch and Cheryl Woerner, Arnold and Doris Woerner, Burr Oak, Shiann and Shawnee Schoenrock, Terry, Janice and Justin McCutcheon, Leon and Krystal Love, had dinner at a Guide Rock cafe. Arthur and Lorrine Cockroft at- tended a family dinner at the home of Darrell and Deb Bohnert, Jewell. Bill and Shirley Wood were week- end guests of David and Connie Win- ter and family, Newton. Dale and Joanna Freeman were weekend guests of Adam Freeman, Salina. Weekend visitors of Roger and Linda Zeigler were Brant Zeigler. Kim Clark and De Shawn, Holton. JC conduct business (Continued from Page 1) pack the road but they were i i moisture. Foster said that it would a substantial amount of rain they could work on the road. If it worked on while too dry, the goodl will blow away. Members of the group asked rock be brought in and packed in places. They discussed the gravel. Foster replied that gravel make a good base and said the a grinding priority after an period of rain. Wanda Backstrom reviewed partment of Corrections and Authority plans. She also the burn grant application to be ., mitted to the corrections Linda Woerner, county partment director, presented job descriptions for the sitions in the health de ministrator and health nurse nurse and child care health nurse. commissioners reviewed this and approved the rewritten and job descriptions for the health ment. The commissioners and clerk attended a joint meetin Republic County the Republic County Courthouse? other county personnel present. discussed KWORCC HIPAA regulations, Jewell Bridge grant, appraiser and staff. Republic County is cross training courthouse em: so that department's can ees. Republic County's health ance, is capped with a 5 perce~ crease the county will pay for Any additional increase will be the employees.. Other thin were budgets and ways to reduce c in different department~ advised about the road and bric partment four day work week duce expenses. It was decided that the will be June 16 at the Jeweli Courthouse. Commi, ings were Fi'ank Lan and Stanley Colson. County Carla Waugh was also present. NRCS seeks price The Natural Resources tion Service CNRCS) is mation on current market conservation technical services existing and potential technical vice providers. "The pricing information we lect will help us establish rates for eal service providers," Harold state conservationist. The 2002 Farm Bill ex availability of technical producers by third parties, called providers to help landowners meet conservation goals. As a result,1 dueers can select NRCS service providers to help them conservation goals. Conservation elude conservation planning design, layout, installation of approved conservation The work completed by these eal service providers standards and specifications requirements and relevant regulations. The Natural Resources lion Service has established a based registry of technical ex The on-line registry is help build a new industry conservation professionals private sector and public agencies to technical assistance and deliver servation services to landownerS others." Information on services at http://www.sc.e ditional' information on available at httI Where buyers meet sellers, irt Express Classifieds. Mankato City Assistance Clean-Up. Tuesday, April 29 Mankato city workers will pick up bagged leaves, small limbs and small pieces of boards. You must have items at curb by 9 a.m. The Tree Board thanks those persons who responded to our "Letter to the Editor" INSTANT INTERNET ACCESS VIA available anywhere Contact Wct's N, 106 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Kan. 66956 r 785-378-3123