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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 22, 2010 Gary Lehmer, Norwalk, won his first Summerfest Tournament outplaying his opponents on the sec- ond round during the 18th Annual Summerfest Disc Golf Tournament July 9, 10, and 11. The Profes- sional Disc Golf Associa- tion (PDGA) event was held at Heritage Park in Ankeny. Ellis Foust, Des Moines, won the 10 year old and under division and Briann Trammel, Des Moines, won her first disc golf tournament in the 13 and under girls division. Nick Culver, Ankeny, won the 13 and under boys divi- sion and Alex Geren and Patrick Fiedler, both of Ankeny, fought it out in the 16 and under division with Geren winning by two strokes. There were 22 interme- diate disc golfers playing two rounds of 18 holes with Taylor Hansen finish- ing first and TomLansing, Des Moines, taking sec- ond. Liz Gilbert, Des Moines, beat Becky Zallek, Des Moines, in the women's Intermediate di- vision. Matt Fausch, Ankeny, won the Open Pro Division by one stroke over Mikal Williams, Des Moines. Doug Foust, Des Moines, had ;z hot second round to come from the bottom of the Advanced 6rand Masters division to win by four strokes. There were 12 golfers battling it out in the Ad- I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I July 4 through July 11, 28 boys and seven leaders from Boy Scout Troop 301 attended Camp Mitigwa near Boone The boys worked on Merit Badges, honed their sports and outdoor skills, learned new skills and enjoyed the outdoors, including fighting gnats. Parents were invited to join the boys for an evening potluck meal on July 8. Photo submitted. POLICE REPORT Concluded from p.3 further investigative leads. Officer impounded a vehicle in the 9000 block of Golden Valley Drive that was in violation of the city parking ordinance. While on patrol, offiqer initiated a traffic stop and Winston Antoin Mills, 33, of Des Moines was charged with Driving While License Suspended and Operating Motor Ve- hicle With Expired Regis- tration. The vehicle was impounded. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Corbin Sodergren, 6, and Briley Sodergren, 9, recently brought tabs to the newspaper office for the Ronald McDonald House. Photo submitted. LIBRARY HOURS Monda~r- Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. (NAPS) Hunt's diced, whole and stowed tomatoes go from vi/le to can in mere how and fl h- t0amd to help keep their backyard garden-fresh taste. Canned tomatoes are a natural source of the important Officers received a re- port from Eber Kappel- man, rural Indianola, re- garding dogs running-at- large. He sustained a $25 loss when a Canadian goose On his property was killed; investigation con- tinues. Adam Mackhan, Pleas- ant Hill reported a con- struction site at rural Indianola was entered; taken were generator and other tools with a total loss of $3200. Officers investigated a domestic-related com- plaint at rural Indianola, southeast of Norwalk. As a result of the investiga- tt0n, it was determined there was approximately $105 damage to doors and windows at the residence; investigation. Gaberiel, 72, Indianola, July1! struck a deer; $2500 dam- James Gifford, Cum- age. ming, reported a window July I ,'12:30 a.m., Car- on his vehicle was broken penter Street west of R63 out; no damage estimate Hwy: a vehicle driven by given. Shawn Conn, 16, Des Douglas Jensen, Green- Moines, lost control and field Plaza, reported his went into the ditch; $5000 vehicle was entered; taken damage to the vehicle. A were a CD player, medica- passenger, Taylor Camp- tions and legal papers val- bell, 16, Des Moines, ued at $600; there was also sought treatment by pri- $400 damage in gaining vate vehicle for minor in- entry to the vehicle, juries. July 7 - 1 p.m., Hwy 65/ Officers investigating a 69 south of G-24 Hwy: a hit-and-run accident re- vehicle driven by Michael port of June 5 in Mar- Haynes, 40, Bellevue, NE, tensdale in which a vehicle entered Hwy 65/69 from registered to Karen G-24 going south when a Tomlinson was struck sus- second vehicle, driven by taining $1000 damage, Ryan Cooper, 38, charged Deborah Phillips. Indianola, was also south- 41, rural P ew Virginia, with striking an unat- tended vehicle and leaving the scene of an accident. striking the Haynes ve- hicle; $5000 damage to the Haynes vehicle, $3000 to vanced Division with Clint Sunday, 1-5 p.m. antioxidant lycopene as well. a 16-year-old female was June 29 - 7 p.m., Ford the Cooper vehicle; Coo- Evans, Newton, bringing Closed Sundays V'mit~.I-Iunta.eomfortlps referred to Juvenile Court Street west of 43rd Av- per was cited for driving in the best score in any di- ,- - " ,--- - , ,-- x " for criminal mischief and enue: a vehicle driven by while suspended, failure gvx nonal t Jay .Later vision to win in Advanced. - assault in connection with Joshua Bell, 20, Des to have insurance and the incident'. Moines, waseastbound, careless driving. Jll.[y~11 lost control and went into July 9 - 11:30 p.m., Hwy A rural Prole residentthe ditch; $5000 damage; 28 south of Norwalk: a ve- Serving BUFFET 5 - 8 p.m. reported an assault occur- he was cited for failure to hicle driven by Jordan Cra- ring at a rural Prole ad- have a valid driver's li- ven, 22, rural Norwalk, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY dress; officers requested cense, told officers he swerved to Salad Bar, Pasta Bar & Meat Item an arrest warrant for a 19- June 29 - 9:50 p.m., miss a deer, lost control just $9.95! Fullmenu also available, year-oldanda21-year-old Hwy 65/69 near Scotch and went into the ditch; *** female from Des Moines in Ridge Road: Richard $1500 damage. Open: Tue. & Wed., 5-9; Thur. thru Sat., 5-10 For a hghter and more fla- vorful alternative to candied yams and other marshmal- low-topped sweet potato dishes, try Mashed Sweet Potatoes made with olive oil. For recipes, as well as addi- connection with the incident. 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