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Thursday, AugustS, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Straw Poll to Include Presidental, House, Senate Candidates Secretary of State Paul Pate's annual Iowa State Fair Straw Poll will allow fairgoers to vote for their preferred candidate in the presidential, U.S. Senate and U.S. House races. The poll will be conducted on iPads at the Secretary's booth inside the Varied Industries Building hroughout the Iowa State Fair, August 8th- 18th. Fairgoers can choose between 25 Democrats and two Republicans in the presidential straw poll. Results will be broken down by party. All fairgoers, as well as the candidates and campaigns, are invited to visit the booth and cast a vote. "I want all eligible Iowans to register to vote and participate in our elections. The State Fair Straw Poll is a fun, easy way to people engaged in the process," Secretary Pate said. Real-time results will be available on the tablets in the Secretary of State's booth and online at sos.iowa.gov. The straw poll is un- scientific and intended for entertainment pur- poses only. Additionally, Iowans can join in the centennial celebration of women being granted the right to vote by picking up a Women's Suffrage "I'm A Voter" button and book- mark at Secretary Pate's booth. The Iowa League of Heroes will be visiting Secretary Pate's State Fair booth on Sunday, August llth from 2-4 p.m. They will be posing for pictures and en- coura.ging Iowans to register to vote. Special #BeAVoter trading cards featuring the League of Heroes will also be available. Secretary Pate is also continuing his part- nership with Google and Iowa's Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) to help busi- nesses grow their online presence. Represent- atives from SBDC will be on hand throughout the fair to provide entre- preneurs with valuable resources. "America's SBDC Iowa and the Secretary of State's office have built a strong foundation of tools and support for Iowa's small businesses," said Lisa Shimkat, state director for SBDC. '" e appreciate the opportunity to join up with their team to provide information and direct-ion for Iowa's small busi- nesses." Secretary Pate's booth, located in the northwest section of the Varied Industries Building, will be open from 9. a.m.-9 p.m. throughout the Iowa State Fair. Warren County Sheriff's Report 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. July 22nd Linn Township - accident-hit and run. Nichols Equipment reported a hit and run accident in rural Warren County. Investigation continues. July 25th Linn Township - identity theft. Courtney Brown, 70, rural Warren County, reported identity theft. July 27th Greenfield Township - shots fired. Neighbor target shooting with firearms unintentionally shoots other neighbor's shed. July 28th Greenfield Township - medical/ambulance call. Death investigation of a 93 year old male in Warren County. ACCIDENTS July 23rd 6:24, 4600 Blk State 28/Iowa 28: Jeanette Farlow, Saint Charles, was traveling n/b. Two deer ran out from the corn field. One deer missed the car and the 2nd one ran into the passenger side rear door handle area causing minimum damaged. Vehicle was able to be driven away. No injuries. July 30th 18:14, 159th Ave and State 92/Iowa 92: ***ReExam Reason: Claimed through third party he did not see the other vehicle coming. Paul Patterson, Johnston, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 92 and attempts to turn northbound onto 150th Ave, Patterson fails to yield to right of way to Amy Williams-McKern, Altoona, who is traveling westbound on Hwy 92 at the intersection of Hwy 92 and 150th Ave. Williams- McKern slows when she sees Patterson and attempts to avoid the collision by swerving to the north shoulder of Hwy 92, but is unable to avoid the collision. Patterson's driver side front end strikes Williams-McKern's driver side front causing Williams-McKern to spin onto the north shoulder of Hwy 92 west of 150th Ave coming to rest on the 1 shouMer/dltch facing south. Williams-McKern s vehicle sustaines disabling front end damage. The airbags of Williams-McKern's vehicle deployed. Patterson's airbags did not deploy. All passengers sustained injuries in the accident with only two passengers in the Patterson vehicle not being transported by EMS ground. Williams-McKern stated she slowed for balloon traffic to approximately 45mph and tried to avoid hitting the other vehicle as it crossed her lane of travel. The font passenger of the Patterson vehicle also stated that Patterson said he did not see the oncoming traffic (Williams-McKern) and turned north on 150th Ave causing the accident. Patterson is at fault for the accident. Warren County Sheriff Brian Vos, who was assisting with the National Balloon Classic, witnessed the incident. Both vehicles involved were towed from the scene: , Looking to Upgrade your Business or ,Workplace to L.E.D.s? 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For many family farmers to succeed, particularly those new to agriculture, they count on their neighbors to shop regularly at market. Farmers markets provide one of the only low-barrier entry points for new farmers, ranchers, and food entrepreneurs, allowing them to start small and test new products. According to a 2017 National Young Farmers Coalition survey, farmers markets "- and Community-Supported Agriculture represented the highest proportion of new and beginning farmers' sales. This support is important, as there are currently 3.5 times as many U.S. farmers over age 65 as there are under 35. At traditional food outlets, farmers and ranchers receive only 15 cents of every food dollar that consumers spend, according to the Farmers Market Coalition. At a farmers market, 100 percent of your food dollar goes to your local farmer. Find your market in USDA's national directory (there are 8,768 markets across the U.S.) at ams.usda.gov/local-food-directories/farmersmarkets, and join us in supporting farmers like Katie while we celebrate National Farmers Marke Week, which is this week through August 10th. Established in 1973, the Center for Rural Affairs is a private, non-profit organization working to strengthen small businesses, family farms and ranches, and rural communities through action oriented programs addressing social, economic, and environmental issues. 4th Donors The Norwalk Lions Club wishes to thank the following local businesses and individuals who supported our very successful July 4th event, through sponsorships, donations, and raffle prizes to the-Lions Club: 3-D Farms-Tom Dunn 4 Season Nails & Spa 804 Main Accounting & Tax Solutions Ace Cappe] Hardware Ad- 6nture Lighting Airport Signs & Graphics Admre Pets Athletico Hildreth G arage Iowa Cubs Jim Watts Johnson Photography Kansas City Royals Cortum Inc Kelly i. St Jolm's Knighls of Cohmdms Lakeside-Hotel & Casino Ken Zanker Barbers Unlimited Lancaster Painting Bedwell Gardens Lane Insurance Agency Big Al's BBQ Legacy Golf Club Mar & Linda Buss.aI masMaidrite Jim Cain Memorial N/ Tms &C p LyNevvs Capital City Fruit Ommber Carol's Child Care Norwalk Chiropractic Charter Accounting PLC Norwalk Family Dentistry Norwalk 4 Seasohs Car Wash China Dragon City of Cumming Norwalk Living Magazine City State Bank l 4ffx Oamre Consumer Credit Norwalk Styling Salon Cmmning Iegion Post O'Leary Celebration of Life Cummlng . Optometric Associates Derocher Chiropractic Produce Innovations Desm.ond Acco/mting -Jolm& lVlmmon D es. Momes Truck Broi ers Standridge Group Diligent Devel opment Group Subway Dixon F wms Taco John's Lance & Christine Eddie Ted Lare Design & Build Eggers Bilt Homes Tru Bank ' EITlaya Restaurant Unity Point Clinic Entity Nail Bar Veenstra & Kimm ,Inc Fareway Villaggio Restaurant Gregg Young Chevrolet Warrio. Run Golf Course Ground Breakers Homes Welgert Dispo II HamcoWalkeri Wendy's Ice Cream ! Harvey s Auto W'mn's ,Pi zza & Steak House I Haskin Chiropractic. Wright Storage Hiklrelh Dave & Carol Knoblauch If for some reason your name is not listed, we apologiz and please know that we thank you for your service. SPECIAL THANKS! Thank you to the Norwalk Police Department, City of Norwalk, Norwalk City Council, Norwalk Public Works, Norwalk Fire Department, Norwalk Park & Rec, Norwalk Public Library, City Park, our Lions families for their support, and all Norwalk Lions and volunteers who assisted: your dedication and hard work is greatly appreciated b : i ll! 11