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Thursday, February 7, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Norwalk Community School District January 2019 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name Description Total 1ST INTERIORS, INC CONSTRUCTION 63,551.20 ACHESON, JARED OFFICIATING 125.00 ADM CSD ENTRY FEES 185.00 ADVENTURE LIGHTING SUPPLIES 1,233.48 AGRILAND FS, INC SUPPLIES 530.30 AHLERS & COONEY, PC LEGAL SERVICES 5,086.00 AHRENS, PAIGE SERVICES 100.00 ALISON'S MONTESSORI SUPPLIES 629.56 ALLEGRA SUPPLIES 281.46 ALLENDER BUTZKE ENGINEERS INC SERVICES 3,315.53 ALONS, JASON OFFICIATING 105.00 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES SUPPLIES 9,764.97 ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY CO DAIRY PRODUCTS 5,679.60 AUDIO VIDEO ELECTRONICS SERVICES 500.00 BLICK ART MATERIALS SUPPLIES 374.77 BOND, BRANDON OFFICIATING 75.00 BOONE GLASS COMPANY NEW 2/3 BLDG - BID PKG 08-1 8,691.55 BOOZELL, LOREN OFFICIATING 125.00 BREEZE, GARRE'I-r SERVICES 1,200.00 BROOKLYN PUBLISHERS SUPPLIES 12.50 BURGETT, JULIE REFUND 465.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES 6,688.98 CAPPEUS ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES 577.52 CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST SERVICES 201.00 CARTER, KELSEY SERVICES 262.41 CASEY'S BUSINESS MASTERCARD SUPPLIES 276.16 CEDAR FALLS HIGH SCHOOL DUES/FEES 95.00 CENGAGE LEARNING SUPPLIES 567.33 CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE 1,545.24 CHAPMAN, JON SERVICES 265.00 CLAIMAID FEES 3,096.37 CLARK GLASS INC MS/HS RENOVATIONS-BP 8-1 34,456.02 CLARK, BILL OFFICIATING 80.00 COMMUNICATION INNOVATORS INC SUPPLIES 525.00 CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORP SUPPLIES 234.42 CORE STRUCTURAL SERVICES, LLC CONSTRUCTION 131,115.75 COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDR MATERIALS 365.00 CRAYONS 2 PENCILS SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 4,540.29 CUSTOM CONCRETE & DESIGN, INC SERVICES 2,471.00 DANNCO SUPPLIES 3,650.00 DAVIS, ZELDA SERVICES 120.00 DDVI INC MS/HSRENOVAT!~:,NS-BP6-1 89,415.04 DEAF SERVICES UNLIMITED SERVICES 595.00 DECKER SPORTING GOODS SUPPLIES 824.90 DEMCO SUPPLIES 272.76 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERMITS 840.00 DES MO~NES AREA COMMUNITY COLL EDUCATION 183,569.00 DES MOINES STAMP MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES 36.40 DEVRIES ELECTRIC CONST SERVICES 375,457.10 DtNA-MtGHTADVENTURES, LP SUPPLIES 19.45 DRAKE ATHLETICS REGISTRATION FEES 40.00 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES, INC FOOD 1,156.26 EKLUND, BENGT SERVICES 6,000.00 EKLUND, PETER SERVICES 0.00 ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS 651.58 ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES CREDIT CARD 8,203.61 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING ERB'S TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS, INC SUPPLIES 230.00 EVAN-MOOR EDUCATIONAL PUBLtSHE SUPPLIES 81.99 EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC HVAC SERVICES 14,080.19 FANGMAN FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC PC EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS 190.00 FAREWAY STORES SUPPLIES 243.52 FARM & CITY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 79.90 FELLOWSHIP~ITYCI-EJRCH SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 13,351.09 FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC SUPPLIES 2,612.04 FORREST & ASSOCIATE CONSTRUCTION 51,866.20 FORSYTHE, KAY REFUND 110.00 FOWLER, LINDSAY SERVICES 100.00 FRANKLIN COVEY CLIENT SALES DUES/FEES 13,210.00 FRK ARCHITECTS-ENGINEERS ARCHITECT SERVICES 90,662.05 FRONTLINE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP, LLC SOFTWARE GARDNER, THOMAS OFFICIATING GASE, RYAN OFFICIATING GEAR, KELLI REFUND GENESIS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES GLAZIER CLINICS LLC REGISTRATIONS GOODWlN TUCKER GROUP REPAIRS GRAPHIC EDGE, INC SUPPLIES GRINNELL-NEWBURG CSD ENTRY FEE HANDS UP COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES HANSON SERVICES SERVICES HARDING, TERRY OFFICIATING HARRIS, DOUG OFFICIATING HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC PARTS HAVICK, SHANE HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEETLAND, LYNN HEINEMANN HELTMAN, JEFF HILSABECK SCHACHT INC HINK, ERIC HOGLUND BUS & TRUCK CO HOLCOMB, LEAH HORTON, STACIE HOSIER, DARCY HOUSLEY, ANGELA HY VEE STORES HY-VEE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE IDENTISYS IHSBCA INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT INVENTORYTRADING COMPANY COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 1,237.71 1,190.00 85.00 140.00 47.50 2,166.21 197.00 525.74 1,087.28 0.00 182.23 762.50 190.00 120.00 IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IOWA ASSN SCHOOL BUS OFFICIAL REGISTRATION 358.00 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK SERVICES 1,317.06 IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN SERVICES 240.00 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSN DUES 356.50 REFUND 125.00 SERVICES 2,691.85 OFFICIATING 80.00 REGISTRATION 547.20 REIMBURSEMENT 100.28 NEW 2/3 BLDG - BID PKG 9-1 72,692.08 OFFICIATING 105.00 SUPPLIES 101.00 REIMBURSEMENT 47.50 SERVICES 100.00 REFUND 62.50 REIMBURSEMENT 46.80 SUPPLIES 470.84 SUPPLIES 88.39 SUPPLIES 252.50 DUES 625.00 DUES/FEES 100.00 SUPPLIES 257.00 1,300.00 34,504.73 IOWA NET HIGH ACADEMY JARRE'I-r, KATIE JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JUICEBOX INTERACTIVE JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD JW PEPPER & SON INC KArs OBEDIENCE DOG ACADEMY KANOST, MELISSA KELLY CORTUM INC 310.00 ED PROGRAMMING 6,057.90 REIMBURSEMENT 97.37 SUPPLIES 717.21 SUPPLIES 387.92 SERVICES 690.00 BOOKS 385.40 SUPPLIES 1,122.33 SERVICES 400.00 REIMBURSEMENT 14.86 CONSTRUCTION 5,975.00 KINUM, INC DEBT COLLECTION SERVICES300.00 KLAASSEN, DERECK OFFICIATING 105.00 KNOXVILLE HS ENTRY FEES 120.00 KRAMER, JARED OFFICIATING 105.00 KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS, INC SERVICES 669.12 KRUCK P & H CO, INC NEW 2/3 BLDG - BP 15-2 314,456.65 KRUGER, JEFFREY OFFICIATING 75.00 L & L KILN MFG INC SUPPLIES 142.16 L.A. FULTON & SONS, INC MS/I-ISRENOVAT1ONS-BP15-2 104,715.65 LAKE, MELISSA REIMBURSEMENT 56.46 LAMMERS, ALAN REIMBURSEMENT 187.77 BB LEARNfNG A-Z SUPPLIES 374.90 LIMINEX INC SOFTWARE 8,544.00 I LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC FOOD 2,601.44 LRI GRAPHICS SERVICES 900.00 LUCAS, JEFFREY OFFICIATING 65.00 MAKE MUSIC INC SUPPLIES 149.00 MARION HIGH SCHOOL DUES/FEES 300.00 MARSHALLTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ENTRY FEES 125.00 MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO INC NUTR FOOD 6,462.55 MENARDS-DES MOINES SUPPLIES 185.81 MENKE, NICK REIMBURSEMENT 88.85 MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES 45.00 MID AMERICAN ENERGY ELECTRICAL SERVICE 39,227.72 MIDWEST AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER CO NEW 2/3 BLDG - BID PKG 15-1 35,055.00 MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES PARTS 119.56 MOBYMAX, LLC SOFTWARE 199.00 MOSAIC FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER INC SERVICES 1,106.35 NAEYC DUES/FEES 150.00 NARBER, BARBARA REFUND 62.50 NATL PLAYGROUND COMPLIANCE GROUP LW PLAYGROUND 8,147.00 NICHOLS, KELSEY SERVICES 100.00 NIELSEN, LORI REIMBURSEMENT 39.00 NORTH HIGH SCHOOL ENTRY FEES 90.00 NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS SERVICE 326.24 NORWALK ACTIVITIES BOOSTERS REIMBURSEMENT 753.30 NORWALK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE r~IEMBERSHIP 935.00 NORWALK CSD CASH-HS FETTY CASH 46.79 NORWALK CSD NUTRmON FUND REIMBURSEMENT 200.00 NORWALK SHOP, THE SERVICES 1,060.00 NORWALK, CITY OF rATER/SEWER SERVICE 8,734.08 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CTRS C= THE SW "E STING 39.00 OFFICE DEPOT SJPPLIES 1,240.27 OLESON BUCKTON, BARBARA REIMBURSEMENT 140.97 ONENECK IT SOLUTIONS LLC SJPPLIES 300.00 ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC SJPPLIES 40.75 OSTLUND, SHAWN FFICIATING 75.00 PAGE, WAYNE R SERVICES 125.00 PAULSEN, JOSEPH FFICIATING 100.00 PE II LLC SJPPLIES 3,931.10 PEIPER, ZACHARY FEIMBURSEMENT 655.26 PELLA CSD ENTRY FEES 95.00 PERC SOURCE SJPPLIES 69.00 PITSCO SJPPLIES 122.98 PLAYSCRIPTS INC S EECH SUPPLIES 90.00 PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY SJPPLIES 301.50 POINDEXTER FLOORING INC SERVICES 89.50 POPPEN, JOEL SERVICE 125.00 PROJECT LEAD THE WAY, INC SJPPLIES 51.00 QUANDT, MCKENNA ~ERVICES 100.00 R. H. GRABAU CONSTRUCTION, NC flEW 2/3 BLDG - BID PKG 6-1 142,964.24 RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYST[MS INC P-lONE SYSTEM SERVICES 790.40 RENCH, JONI REIMBURSEMENT 172.66 REVTRAK WEBSTORE FEES 1,940.56 RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES 614.97 RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES INC SUPPLIES 3,272.00 RSP & ASSOCIATES SERVICES 12,000.00 SAFRIS, KAREN REFUND 62.50 SAYDEL HIGH SCHOOL FEES 100.00 SCHIRO, DAWN REIMBURSEMENT 52.47 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS - 08 BOOKS 1,348.83 SCHOOL BUS SALES E~)UIPMENT 131.19 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 9,858.16 SOCCER MASTER TEAM SALES SUPPLIES 570.00 SPORT CONSTRUCTION MIDWEST EQUIPMENT 300.00 STEVE'S MOBILE MUSIC INCSERVICES 1,980.00 STOCHL, NOAH OFFICIATING 105.00 STORY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CONST MGMT SERVICES 146,515.01 SULLIVAN, NICOLE REFUND 47.50 SWCC ADMISSION 500.00 SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON SUPPLIES 467.54 TCI SUPPLIES 480.00 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC E~UIPMENT/SUPPLIES 1,680.02 TK CONCRETE, INC NEW2/3 BLDG- BID PKG 0~-2 16,179.67 TOWNSEND PRESS BOOK CENTER SUPPLIES 110.29 TUXEDO WHOLESALER SU PPLI ES 102.95 UNITYPOINT AT HOME SERVICES 282.00 US FOODS, INC FOOD 21,502.36 VAN METER CSD OETUITION 6,987.36 VANFLEET, LINDSEY REIMBURSEMENT 264.42 VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS UUIFORMS 167.50 WALSH DOOR & SECURITY SIrPPLIES 526.98 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SIRVICES 2,357.13 WEDEMEYER, DAX OIFICIATING 105.00 WENGER CORPORATION SIPPLIES 484.00 WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITI)N SIPPLI ES 220.00 WEST MUSIC SIPPLIES 198.00 WESTHOFF, THOMAS OFICIATING 155.00 WEX BANK FIEL 156.05 WHITE, NIKOLE SRVICES 100.00 WILSON LANGUAGE TRAINING CL'-tP SPPLIES 13,277.52 WlNCHELL, JAMIE RFUND 31.25 WINGSPAN, LLC DES/FEES 325.00 WOOD ROOFING SRVICES 195,738.95 WOODMAN CONTROLS SRVICES 4,380.57 2,4227142.38 Agronomy Linch and Learn Farmers and those wh, advise farmers will want to join ISU Extension aft Outreach and the Iowa Corn Growers Associatiorat Sports Page in Indianola on February 14th, 2019 fc an Agronomy Lunch and Learn with Meaghan Anerson, ISU Extension and Outreach Field Agronorist for central Iowa and Carrie Dodds, Iowa Ccn Growers Association District 5 Field Manager. Have you heard of the nw corn disease tar spot or the new insect pest the scbean gall midge? Do you have questions about irerpreting your soil test results? Meaghan and ',arrie will have helpful resources for planning fc 2019, as well as lead a discussion on how ISU E ension & Outreach might help you answer these qestions and more in 2019 and future years. This meting and lunch begins at 11:30 and is free and open;o the public. Please RSVP to Warren County Io a State Extension and Outreach Office at 515-90-6237 at least three days prior to the event as seatng is limited. Warren County Sheriff's This information was obtained directly from the Warren County Sheriff's Office. Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Report January 21st Greenfield Township - recovered property or vehicle. Recover stolen vehicle from West Des Moines in Greenfield Plaza. January 22nd Greenfield Township - recovered property or vehicle. Deputies recovered drug related items from a residence in Greenfield Plaza. January 24th Cumming- assault. Jeffrey Poush, 49, Cumming, was arrested for burglary 1st, harassment 1st, assault causing bodily injury and public intox 2nd offense. January 25th Linn Township - animal-dog. Michelle Sams, 40, Norwalk, reported a dog bite in rural Warren County. January 26th Greenfield Township- traffic stop. Matthew David Daugharthy, 34, Des Moines, was arrest for driving while barred. Greenfield Township - theft report. Katie Mills, 29, Norwalk, reported a theft of her vehicle. Case remains under investigation. January 27th Linn Township - burglary. Louis Miller, 74, rural Norwalk, reported a burglary to his residence. Case remains under investigation. ACCIDENTS January 25th 4:07, 3rd Street, Bevington: VIP Legistics, Countryside, IL (a semi pulling a flatbed trailer with a metal frame and tarp cover), was legally parked in the parking lot of Kum & Go gas station at 101 E. 2nd, Bevington, IA. VIP Legistics was in the rear lot off of 3rd St. facing south. The driver was in the sleeper cab of the truck. Logan Sink, Des Moines (a semi pulling a livestock trailer), was traveling west on 3rd St. He turned south into the parking lot and attempted to park on the west side of VIP Legistics also facing south. Sink made too sharp of a left turn causing the left rear of his trailer (at approximately the rear axle) to strike the right rear corner of VIP Legistics' trailer. Sink had minor damage to his trailer; VIP Legistics sustained minor damage to their trailer and to the tarp cover on the trailer frame. Both vehicle drivers were uninjured. VIP Legistics and Sink remained at the scene after law enforcement left. Both vehicles were able to be driven under their own power. January 26th 11:11, State 5/Iowa 5: Hunter Anderson, Milo, was traveling northbound in the 23000 block of Hwy 5. Anderson was driving on a bridge and started to lose control. As Anderson's vehicle left the bridge it slid off the roadway. The vehicle rolled onto the driver's side and came to rest. 15:15, G050/50th Ave: Larry Skalberg, Emerson, was driving eastbound and the road was icy at the bottom of the hill. Skalberg was unable to make turn in, went sideways in the ditch. Once the truck was stopped it rolled on its side and then the airbags went off. 18:04, G016/Scotch Ridge Rd: Katelyn Burnett, Carlisle, was traveling south on Scotchridge when she hit a patch of ice. Burnett began to slide and went into the east ditch sideways. When the vehicle got to the bottom of the ditch it rolled over onto its top. Burnett had no injuries and was out of the vehicle by the time deputies arrived. Burnett was asked if she wanted EMS to respond and she declined. The vehicle was towed out of the ditch. January 27th 19:20, Interstate 35/I 35: John Alessio, West Des Moines, was driving northbound on 1-35 in the outside lane. Cherokee Sims, Truro, was driving northbound on the outside lane behind Alessio. Sims tried to pass Alessio. Because of weather conditions Sims began to fishtail when she tried to pass and side swiped Alessio. Sims lost control and ended up in the median. January 31st 15:19, State 5/Iowa 5: Benjamin Burgin, Pleasantville, stated he didn't know why he went into the ditch, possibly due to ice, however the officer did not observe any ice on the roadway. Burgin struck a utility pole causing heavy front end damage. Burgin left the scene before the officer arrived and had to be called back. Mid American utility pole #128. 22:35, US 65, Indianola: Sierra Dale, Indianola, is unsure what happened. She advised that she thinks she hit something slick and the next thing she knew she was in the ditch. Pictures were taken at the scene and officers on scene are unsure how the vehicle lost control.