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Thursday, June 13, 2013 N/Warren Town and ounty News Page Fifteen OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Nol~valk Community School Dlltrlct MaV 2013 Paid htvolcel Report Vendor Name ACCURATE LABEL DESIGNS ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES ADVENTURE LIGHTING AGOCS JR. LOUIS F AHLERS & COONEY. PC AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AIRGAS USA. LLC ALLEN• MARV ALTERNATIVE OUTDOORS APPLE INC ARTEAGA ALVARADO. EDICSON ASTS CORPORATION ATHERTON. CHERI AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP BALDWIN CONSTRUCTION UNLIMITED BARATrA'S RESTAURANT & CATERING BAUER BUILT INC BAXTER. JOSHUA O BAXTER. PATRICK J BEENEN. ANGELA BEHRENS. GARY BEV1NG. CHRISTIE BIEHN. JAMES MICHAEL BIRDSLEY. JEFFREY S SLICK ART MATERIALS BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC BOONE CSO BOUCHARD. STACEY BROMMEL ALAN BUCKTON. BARBARA BUHROW. LUKE STEVEN CACEK. PHILIP CAMBIUM LEARNING INC CA#ITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CAPP. STEVE CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST CASE'S GENERAL STORES. INC COW GOVERNMENT INC CENTURYLINK CHARITON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CIRCLE B CASHWAY CITY STATE BANK CITY SUPPLY CORP CLAIMAID CLARK & SMITH COLLEGE. LILY CLARK. RUSSELL CLASSROOM DIRECT COLEMAN. SARA CONFERENCE TECHNOLOGIES. INC CONTRACT SPECIALTY. LC COOK & UTAH STATE. MEGAN COUNTRYSIDE GOLF COURSE CUSTOM ARRANGEMENTS DAVIS, NICHOLAS ALAN DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DES MOINES IND CSD DES MOINES PERFORMING ARTS DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA DIGITAL RIVER EDUCATION SERVICES. INC DISCOVERY EDUCATION DOLDER. KIPTON D DOLLAR GENERAL CORP DRIVE TEK LLC F-J~GAN. ANDY EAGLE SIGN EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES. INC ECHO VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB ! EDGENUITY EDWARDS. PATRICK J ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELMER. JIM EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC FARE'WAY STORES PASTENAL FASTSIGNS FC ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTS LLC FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCH FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS C~SPORTS WRESTLING GARVEY. RANDY GECRB/AEEa~ON GENESIS DEVELOPMENT GEYER. TIM GOLDSMITH• CORY GONZALEZ SANTOS. MANUEL GORDEN. PATRICK J GOSCH. RANDY GOSHON. KELLY, GRAINGER GRAPHIC EDGE. INc GRAYBAR GRBAT AMERICAN OUTDOOR GROUNDS FOR PLAY HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC HEARTLAND AEA 11 HINGL. JOE HM RECEIVABLES CO. LLC HOBART SERVICE HODZiC. MURIZ HOFMAN. JOHN HOLMES CHEVROLET HUDL HUFFMAN. ROBERT ILNIASL IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER INTERSTATE MUSIC IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA HEALTH DES MOINES IOWA HEALTH HOME CARE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC IOWA INTERNATIONAL CENTER IOWA ONE CALL IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES IOWA SCHOOLS B&G ASSOCIATION IOWA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION IOWA STATE UNWERSRY IRLMEIER. JODIE ITEC ITEC JACKSON. MALCOLM DOUGLAS JESTER INSURANCE SERVICES INC JJ DESIGNS JOHNSON HANSEN. CAREY JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JOSTENS JOTZKE. DOUGLAS JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF CENTRAL IOWA JUPIC. ENES JW PEPPER & SON INC KARIMI. SAEED KEENEY. HEATHER KELLY CORTUM INC KESSLER. MARY ANNE KLAGES. JESS/CA KOPF. STEVE KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC KUPRESANIN. VLADIMIR LAKE. MELISSA LARMIE RON LARSEN. KARRIE LASER RESOURCES LATHRUM. SANDRA LEEPER. LINDA LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY. THE LIBERTY HARDWOODS INC LIBRARIANS BOOK EXPRESS LOCAL GOVER~N~E~T SERVICES. INC LOFFREDO FRESH PRODUCE CO INC LOOKOUT BOOKS LUCHT. MICHAEL MAILBOX. THE MARTENSDALE-ST MARYS SCHL D/ST MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS MARTINEZ. JORGE MARTINEZ. RODNEY MAUCH. LOREN MAY. DAVID MAY. PAUL D MAYO. MARIANNE MENARDS-DES MOINES MENTAL HEALTH ASSN OF Mp, RYLAND MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC MID AMERICAN ENERGY MIDAMERICA BOOKS MIDWEST ALARM MODERNE GLASS COMPANY. INC MOORE MEDICAL CORP MUJIC. HARTS MULLINS. JOHN MURILLO. MARGO NASCO NCSS NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS NORWALK CSD CASH-HS NORWALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY NORWALK PURPLE CRUSH SOFTBALL NORWALK READY-MIX CONCRETE iNC NORWALK THUNDER BASEBALL NORWALK. CITY OF O'KEEFE Et~EVATOR COMPANY. LHC O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC OGDEN MS ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OVERBERG. ZACH PE II LLC PELLA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL PERFECTION LEARNING CORP PERMA-BOUND PERRY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DIST PETERS JEFF PETERSON. TIM Descriotlon SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING LEGAL SERVICES PSEO TUITION SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT OFFICIATING DRUG TESTING REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICE OFFICIATING OFFICIATING SERVICES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SERVICES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ENROLLMENT SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING OFFICIATING SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES REFUND SERVICES SUPPLIES COMPUTER SUPPLIES~ TELEPHONE ENTRY FEE SUPPLIES BANKING TRANSACTIONS SUPPLIES FEES SCHOLARSHIP REFUND SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES SCHOLARSHIP FEES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING COPIER LEASE SP ED TUITION TICKETS ADS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES DRIVER ED INST SERVICES REFUND SUPPLIES FOOD SERVICE SOFTWARE OFFICIATING MISCELLANEOUS CREDIT CARD OFFICIATING HVAC SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SVPP EXPENSE REIMB SUPPLIES TEXTBOOKS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIAL SUPPLIES SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING OFFICIATING OFFICIATING REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES PARTS SERVICES OFFICIATING INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES PARTS OFFICIATING REFUND REPAIR PARTS SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SERVICE DUES/FEES SUPPLIES BAND SUPPLIES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SERVICES MEDICAID ATC SERVICES SERVICES DUES SERVICES ULTILITY SERVICES SUPPLIES MEMBERSHIP DUES REGISTRATION REGISTRATION FEES REIMBURSEMENT REGISTRATION ENTRY FEES OFFICIATING INSURANCE SUPPLIES REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES OFFICIATING REFUND CONSTRUCTION REIMBURSEMENT REFUND OFFICIATING SERVICES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING SUPPLIES EQUIP MAINTENt~ICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REFUND DONATION SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICES FOOD SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUBSCRIPTION TUITION & FEES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT OFFICIATING OFFICIATING OFFICIATING SERVICES SUPPLIES • SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUP~SLIES OFFICIATING OFFICIATING REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE DUES SERVICE PETTY CASH SERVICE PARTS & SUPPLIES REFUND SUPPLIES REFUND WATER/SEWER SERVICE SERVICES MISC PARTS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ENTRY FEES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES FEES BOOKS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REFUND REFUND PIPER JAFFRAY & CO BOND SALE SERVICES., 1.OOO.00 PITSCO SUPPLIES 184.80 POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES 1.009.46 POLAR ELECTRO INC EDUCAT DW SUPPLIES 963.27 POTE. JOOI OFFICIATING 47.50 Total PREFERRED PEST CONTROL SERVICES 435.00 108.95 PROM NITE SUPPLIES 454.44 270.00 OUILT BLOCK SUPPLIES 39.60 113.16 RAH IC, NIHAT OFFICIATING 190.00 95.00 RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 1.400.35 338.50 RATIGAN. JODY REIMBURSEMENT 45.00 500.00 REDING. BRIAN OFFICIATING - 95.00 255.21 RICHTER. ANTONIO OFFICIATING 95.00 190.00 RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES 848.62 18.00 RIORI~AN & KSU, MELANIE SCHOLARSHIP 500.00 1.435.00 ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY DAIRY PRODUCTS 9.950.74 47.50 ROCHESTER100 INC SUPPLIES 667.00 165.00 RODRIGUEZ. CRISTIAN OFFICIATING 90.00 17.77 ROUSE. STEPHANIE REFUND 20.00 128.00 ROUSH. KENT OFFICIATING 90.00 11.377.88 SAMUEL FRENCH INC SUPPLIES 349.05 1.091.90 SCHEELS ALL SPORTS SUPPLIES 199.95 179.50 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OFIOWA DUES 95.00 105.00 SCHOOL BUS SALES EQUIPI~IENT 360.61 95.00 SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 1.863.28 60.00 SCIBA ENTRY FEES 670.00 90.00 SCIENCE CENTER OF IOWA SERVICE 1.089.00 25.00 SCOTT'S FOODS SUPPLIES 1.110.15 200.00 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMS 8.310.87 90.00 SIOUX CITY CSD TUITION 966.86 1.535.35 SKILLPATH SEMINARS DUES/FEES 199.00 974.50 SOCCER CONNECTIONS SUPPLIES 4.737.28 80.00 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 435.34 60.00 SOREY. ROBERT OFFICIATING 90.00 474.95 SOUTHEAST POLK CSO STUDENT TUITION AND FEES" 1.560.75 62.40 • STAPLEFORD. KEVIN OFFICIATING 95.00 185.00 STEDMAN. CHRIS REFUND 25.00 90.00 STERLING ATHLETICS SUPPLIES 1:218.32 1.506.58 STORY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CONST MANAGEMENT SERVICES 2.471.18 542.98 STUMPS/SHINDIOZ SUPPLIES 25.94 7.929.85 SUBWAY - NORWALK SUPPLIES 337.00 20.00 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 387.49 80.00 THELEN. ROBERT OFFICIATING 95.00 346.08 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EOUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 78.95 67.55 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 2.641 .B1 86.37 TICA. HIDAJET OFFICIATING 95.00 60.00 TIM HILDRETH COMPANY INC REPAIRS " 1.480.00 5B.99 TOLEDO PE SUPPLY CO EOUIPMENT 57.88 30.00 TOLLY. MARSHALL REFUND 110.00 221.00 TOMARK SPORTS SUPPLIES 485.99 733.27 TRANS IOWA. L.C. SERVICES 336.70 800.00 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC FEE COLLECTION 117.50 20.00 TROPHIES PLUS. INC AWARDS 203.66 36.37 TSIRULNIKOV. YEVGENY OFFICIAL 95.00 2.064.35 TUNENDER: DALE REFUND 25.00 4.262.50 ULTIMATE NURSING SERVICES INC SERVICES 1.420.00 341.00 URBANDALE ATHLETICS TUITION 100.00 300.00 US SCHOOL SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 27.45 2,960.00 VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL ENTRY FEES 100.00 175.00 VALLEY. AARON OFFICIATING 90.06 90.00 VAN DIEST. KAREN REFUND 20.00 2.983.21 VAN GINKEL ATHLETIC MFG INC SUPPLIES 1.100.00 17.649.00 VITAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS SUPPLIES 970.14 10.00 WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE CO SUPPLIES 453.S0 918.75 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 1.212•75 1.310.89 WATCH D.O.G.S SUPPLIES 465.18 88.40 WATSON. MICHAEL OFFICIATING 95.00 90.00 WAUKEE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT TUITION 2.941.50 21.00 WAUKEE CSD NUTRITION SERVICES SERVICES 129.00 346.00 WAUKEE CSD ENTRY FEES 100.00 20.00 WELDEN. RICKE REFUND 25.00 152.70 WERMERSKIRCHEN• STEVE REIMBURSEMENT 300.00 1.3~3 50 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 26.48 493.00 WEST DES MOINES CSD NUTRITION SUPPLIES 28•401.00 11.200.00 WEST MARSHALL CSD ENTRY FEES 65.00 90.00 WESTENDORF. JEFF OFFICIATING 105.00 2.863.94 WESTOWN SPORTS MARKETING SERVICES 300.00 761.36 WHITE. TOBY ANDREW OFFICIATING 95.00 90.00 WIEDMANN. GARY SERVICE 400.00 1.066.83 WINTERSET COMMUNITY SCHOOL ENTRY FEES 145.00 1.191.13 WOOD ROOFING SERVICES 1•491.23 106.70 YOUTH LIGHT INC SUPPLIES 174.35 146.84 ZAGGINC SUPPLIES 104.97 57.52 326.677.61 5.272.7B 770.99 2~20 207.70 169.00 95.00 1.108.90 2.058.75 13.00 104.30 90.00 90.00 47.50 20.00 Iowa Health and Wellness Plan 5•51 11.016.44563.88 Iwas a little surprised when the House and Senate Legislative News I 16-year-old female from Northeast Warren County. By State Representative Julian B. Garrett [ ACCIDENTS May-- 9:28 a.m.: Ve- 180BS agreed to a new plan to provide health insurance to low 1.030.000 40323 1.914.00 income Iowans, near the end of the session. The plan 90.00 414.00called the Iowa Health and Wellness Plan is a compro- 115.55 237.50 mise between expanding traditional Medicaid and the 28.15 46.49 Governor's original Healthy Iowa Plan. The new plan 1.405:00 ls3oo15.00 takes effect January 1, 2014. The plan expands coverage 118.00 150.00 beyond the current Medicaid program so all Iowans 35.25 243.80 from 19-64 with incomes below 138% of the federal pov- 210.00 822.97 erty level (FPL) will be covered. Single adults in that 8287.75 2.600.00 age group, with income 100% of the FPL ($1i,490.00) 215.00 42.80or less will be covered under Iowa,Medicaid. Single 294.91 SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. HEALTHY IDEAS the use of a child's own.cord blood stem cells to treat autism. To ensure consis- tency, only stem cells processed and stored with Cord Blood Registry, the world's largest stem cell bank, are eligible. Learn more at www.cordblood.com. 216.90 adults with incomes from 101% to 138% of FPL 201.10 100.00 1SO.DO ($15,856.00) will be covered by the new Health Benefits 288.00 3o.8, Exchange. They will have policies through commercial 125.00 4500 health insurance companies. The State is applying for a 90.00 284oo waiver from the federal government approving the new 1.870.00 20.004.40 program. 9soo3°46 There will be some out of pocket costs for a few 3.090.00 185.oopeople after the first year. There will be a co-payment 320.B7 9B00 for those using the ER when there is no medical emer- 25.00 3S3.B7genc but not otherwise. Monthly payments will be due 14.04 4s00 for those with incomes above 50% of FPL if they do not 327.50 009B00 complete preventative services and wellness activities. • glg However, out of pocket expenses cannot exceed 5% of hicle driven by Jeanine 317.00 4.173.06 income. Santen, 77, Newton, was 38.3B 1s80 The program covers physician services, emergency turning around in drive- 500.00 B Sa570.. services, hospitalization, mental health and substance way at 8007 Suncrest and 10.00 use disorders services, including behavioral health treat- hit property owner's mail- ~.832.12 677 590.80 ment, rehabilitative services and devices, laboratory I 29. services, preventative and wellness services, home and " 16.17825 . ~- ~. 725.51community based services for persons with chronic 47.50 I !#'~ 78.00 115.00 mental illness equivalent to the Medicaid benefit, pre- B5.N1 137. scription drugs equivalent to the Medicaid benefit and B0.00 652.12dental services. (NA_PS)--SIeep,, --., _apneais a 242.06 common amoraer urn1; causes 4o.oo Record State Revenues in May 36.080.39 people to stop breathing 258.78291"99 Gross state revenues exceeded $1 billion for the while they sleep. Untreated 1.646.10 151.00 - month of May, a record high. That amount exceeded sleep apnea can lead to a 185.80 multitude of other health 180.80 May of 2012 by more than $200'million. Part of the rea- s,6o4 issues such as diabeteS, high 724 39oo son was the uncertainty over federal income tax rates at blood pressure, heart disease 193.41 the end of last year, causing many taxpayers, both indi- and obesity. To learn more, 4500 66.09viduals and corporations, to take steps to realize as much visit www.wuts.org/FYI. 335.98 62.802506 income as possible in 2012, to avoid higher rates in 2013. * * * 25.oo Fast action can save lives. 16335 161 53 This resulted in more. taxes being due this year for the It's a good idea to know what 416.662012 tax year. As it turned out Congress did lower rates to do if someone experiences 1.810.32 349.16 . for many taxpayers so the difference was not as great as a heart attack or cardiac 100 OO 125 72 it could have been. arrest. You can learn how to 165.80 . help. save a life at www. 562 As always, feel free to contact me with your ideas or 70.00 heart.org/CPR. 993 96 1894.36 concerns at 515-281-3221 or Jutian.Garrett@legi *** 205.00 25.00s.iowa.gov. A clinical thai will assess 2000 a deer on the roadway. Evi- dence of a deer strike was present during inspection of vehicle. the crossover. May 23- 6 p.m.: Vehicle 1 was parked and not oc- cupied. Driver ]ames Di- hicle driven by Vicky miao (Vehicle 2), parked Purcell, 58, Indianola, was next to Vehicle 1 while going home after working putting air in trailer tire. a 12 hour shift. Road When vehicle 2 pulled curved back toward the away from where parked east but car didn't. When rear of trailer contacted vehicle dropped off road- front bumper of unit 1 way to shoulder it startled pulling bumper loose driver who jerked the from vehicle. No charges steering wheel to bring the filed. Parked vehicle car back on the roadway, owned by Tracy Atess, St. There is an approximately Charles. 6" drop from the pave- June4-9:43p.m.:Jeanette ment to the shoulder Shetterl3 76, Indianola, was where the car came back traveling southbound on onto the pavement. The Highway 65/69. Deer en- driver's jerking the steer- tered roadway from west ing wheel caused her to ditch area and vehicle over correct and ulti- strikes deer causing dam- mately lose control of ve- age to front of vehicle. hide. Vehicle left the road- Driver was uninjured and way and entered the right vehicle was drivable to hand ditch before striking Indianola, where report a wooden utility pole. was made. lndianola Po- May 22 - 1:40 p.m.: Ve- lice were unable to locate Ma_Mgy_ box with vehicle. 8000 block of Ridge- May 23- 7:07 a.m.: Clif- view Drive, Kimberly ton Johnson, 42, Norwalk, Craig and Michael Craig(vehicle 1) was north- were arrested and charged bound on Ridgeview with Possession of Meth- Drive when he struck the amphetamine and Drug rear of vehicle 2, which Paraphernalia. had been parked in front of 8009 Ridgeview Drive. 600 block of Franklin Vehicle I hit vehicle 2 with Drive, attempted burglary enough force to move it at a residence in Martens- forward 35' from where it dale. had been parked. Vehicle • 2 had been running and 9000 block of Butler the transmission was still Trail, Susan Lewiston, in "park." Driver of ve- Norwalk, reported an iPod hicle 1 said that he had belonging to Jaime Ulrich been distracted for a mo- stolen; $100 loss.' ment and when he looked Iune 1 back the parked car was Russell Cummings, 48, right in front of him. New Virginia, was at- Driver of vehicle 1 also rested for OWI 1st, Fail To said that when he brakes, Obey A Stop Sign and Nohis car pulls hard to the Insurance. right. 3000 block of Hwy 65/ May 23 - 7:34 a.m.: Ve- 69, report that two parked hicle 1, driven by Ulrike vehicles were damaged Gift, 49, Norwalk, pulled early on June 1. Investiga- into the crossover to turn tion continuing; $1,250left. Vehicle 2, driven by loss. Richard Sheffler, "63, ]June 2 Norwalk, didn't see that Tonja Hilgenberg, 45, vehicle I was stopped and Cumming, was arrested crossed the southbound for OWI 1st. lanes and struck vehicle 2 June 3 in the rear as he also in- Sex abuse investigation, tended to turn left from