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4 m Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, March 5, 2015 Juliana Stahle NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES [ Des Moines Area Com- munity College (DMACC) Boone Campus student Juli- ana Stahle of Norwalk was recently inducted into the Tau Phi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (I'qK) Interna- tional Honor Society. She was among the 15 DMACC Boone Campus students who attended the recent in- duction ceremony on the DMACC Boone Campus. PTK has recognized aca- demic excellence in two- year colleges since 1918. To be eligible, a student must be enrolled in a two- year college, have complet- ed at least 12 hours of Paige Dickel Paige Dickel, a fresh- man, plays 2B on the Cen- tral College softball team in Pella. She is a graduate of Norwalk High School. The Dutch return 14 let- ter winners, including eight starters, from last year's 30-12 squad that ad- vanced to the NCAA play- offs for the 26th time in school history. The 2015 team will have 10 seniors and two NFCA all-Ameri- cans in pitcher Mallory Schulenberg (senior, Kan- sas City, MO, St. Pius X HS) and DP Abbey Strajack (senior, Daven- port, Assumption HS). coursework leading to an .................................. associate degree program Des Moines Area Com- and have a grade point av- munity College (DMACC) erage of 3.5 or higher, students from Norwalk .................................. have received scholarships from the DMACC Foun- dation for the spring se- mester. The recipients include Sarah Braun, Associate General Studies, $1,000 Honors Program Scholar- ship and Samantha Brooner, Liberal Arts, $600 Mary and H. Garvey Goldthwaite Trust Endow- ment. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or bet- ter on a 4.0 scale and must complete at least 12 credit hours with 10 hours of conventional grades (A, B, C, D). Luther College in Decorah has announced the 2014 fall semester Dean's List. Included on the list was Branden Moreau of Norwalk. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! CLEANING Locally Owned & Operated www. ha wkeyefreshair, corn Did You Know? 15,500 fires are caused by clothes dryers annually* Foil and plastic venting materials are a major fire hazard. If it takes more than one cycle to dry a load, you may have a clogged or obstructed dryer vent. POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. February 19 Theft Report, 800 block High Road. Information was taken and a report was made; case is being devel- oped. Harassment, 600 block Center S eet. Information was taken and a report was made. Spoke with all par- ties; no charges filed at this time. Vehicle Crash, Sunset Drive and Colonial Park- way. A vehicle driven by Michelle Eblen, Des Today Schedule Your ppoirltment! *U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Incident Rqpor ing System 2012. Moines, struck a vehicle driven by Randall Woody, Nampa, ID. A report was made and forwarded to the Department of Trans- portation. Subject was also cited for Fail to Maintain Control, Possession Sched- ule I Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia. February 21 Identity Theft, 900 block Redwood Drive. In- formation was taken and a report was made. For- warded to IRS for investi- gation. February. 23 Identity Theft, 2800 block Jaden Lane. Informa- tion was taken and a re- port was made; case is be- ing developed. February 26 Warrant Arrest, 900 Pio- neer Road. Natalie Spyder, Des Moines, was picked up on an active Norwalk warrant for Theft 2nd re- lating to a check fraud in- vestigation. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jail. Call 911 for emergencies ! .-Yll Helping You Stay Active & Vibrant. Regency Assisted Living has been a respected part of the Norwalk community for more than 40 years. We offer a complete range of services and amenities, all with the goal of helping residents stay as active and vibrant as possible. Services offered: One- and two-bedroom apartments Three delicious meals per day On-site therapy program providing physical, occupational & speech therapies Medication Management & Round the clock care from certified nursing staff and licensed RN Housekeeping . Laundry service Private dining area for private parties or special occasions Robust activities calendar Call Patty at (515) 423-8461 at Regency Assisted Living today for more information. You'll be glad you did!