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Thursday, September 3, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News BUSINESS REVIEW Page Seven luly 28 Shane Burns, Martens- dale, reported criminal mischief to vehicle tires; $100 loss. August 5 John Posey, Norwalk, reported identity theft. August 7 Kenneth Poppe, Nor- walk, reported damage to a large yard ornament; $200 loss. Travis Tibbits, Martens— dale, reported a theft of an STANDRI BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines 20th Anniversary! 1995-201 5 COME CELEBRATE US. Tues: Discounted homemade fried chicken Wed: Half-off pizza Thurs: Ali-you-can-eat spaghetti, no cork fee Tues-Fri, 11 am. to close; Sat, 4 pm. to close 225-4842 SHERIFF’S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. ATV; $2,600 loss. August 11 23000 Buchanan Trail, stolen vehicle out of DMPD Jurisdiction, recov- ered and turned over to the owner, Ruan Incorpo— rated. L1. ‘ Augu“st.13 Identity theft - Ora Pip— er, Greenfield Plaza re- ported identity theft. August 16 Troy Meier, Norwalk, reported identity theft. GROUP LEADERS iN COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS N. NEWTON STANDRIDGE (515) 229—5310 WWW.STANDRIDGEGROUP.COM 1304 Skylane Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 PRINTING AND PROMOTION providing solutions for print, design and specialties Large walkout lots backing to a. pond or Iowa’s countryside. 453-6403 ACCIDENTS August 21 — 4:55 p.m., US 65: Leonard Trecker, 60, Ackworth and David Robbins, 54, Indianola were traveling south- bound on Hwy 65/69 in Warren County. Approxi- mately 150 yards before the construction zone, ve- hicles were merging to the inside lane. This deputy was traveling northbound and watched as Trecker attempted to veer away from hitting Robbins, but was unable. Contact was made between the two ve- hicles. As officer gathered the information for the re- port, he asked Trecker what had caused the colli- sion. He stated that he was in too big of a hurry. August 23 — 6:52 p.m., 33rd Avenue: Jenna Rior- can, 16, Norwalk, was taveling southbound on 33rd Avenue in Warren County in the 5000 block. Sue stated that she lost control in loose gravel crusing the vehicle to spin out and enter the west dtch. She contacted the diveway at 5708 33rd Av- eiue where the vehicle overturned and came to the rest on its side on the south side of the driveway. Both driver and front seat passenger were transport- ed to Blank Hospital for minor injuries. August 24 — 10:59 a.m., joy at Des Moines address angattend Nalk Schools at Fox Valley. : Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, WestTo S - 20th Dr Drilla Rd, South Through Drilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. Call for more info: Allyn Brown John Akers Suzy Marker 453-5103 North from G076/Hwy G76 and 18th Ave: Lisa Carlson, 44, New Virginia states she swerved to get out of theway of a vehicle that was on her side of the road. She got sucked into the ditch striking the driveway embankment at 23499 18th. Vehicle was towed privately. August 24 — 4:20 p.m., 160th Avenue and Erbe Street: Sabrina Hedrick, 31, Indianola, was travel- ing southbound on 160th Avenue approaching Erbe Street in Warren County. Kerri Schumacher, 44, In- dianola, allowed her to cross into the southbound side of the roadway collid- ing with Schumacher caus- ing damage to both vehi- cles. Hedrick was cited for driving left of center and no insurance. Both vehi- cles required a wrecker to be taken from the scene. August 26 — 6:29 a.m., Inwood Street and 95th Avenue: Steven War- rington, 54, Saint Charles, was traveling southbound approaching thelcurve at 95th and Inwood. Codaniel Deetz, 26, Osage, was going around curve at Inwood and 95th was un- able to control his vehicle while going around the curve and struck War- rington in the drivers side front fender and hood area. Warrington had to be 453-6009 towed privately by Aub— erts. Deetz was cited for failure to maintain control. Norwalk Athletic Booster Club The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club would like to thank the following stu— dent athletes for volunteer- ing their time to take part in the club’s new informa- tional video: Angelo Bel- lizi, Abbey Bowles, Shea Campbell, Kason Crall, Brett Dawson, Jake Endres, Hunter England, Will Fras- er, Rachel Garner, Matt Guessford, Ryley Harris, Tyler Hirl, Miranda Hugh- es, Ryan Kennedy, Alli Kre- ider, Zack Kreider, Emma McDonald, Alan Moore, Blake Neil, Summer Onken, Matt Palen, Gabby Ridgeway, Tyler Robertson, Drew Rosonke, Tyler Scha- mel, Jocelyn Sperry and Luke Vaske. Test (SAT) was adminis- tered for the first time in 1926. 0 A : {mth ISU Extension Director Cortney arrington Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Warren County has wel- comed their new Executive Director, Cortney Gar- rington. Garrington graduated from Iowa State Universi- ty with a degree inAgricul- tural Education with mi- nors in agronomy, interna- tional agriculture and com- munications. Prior to ac- cepting her position with ISU Extension and Out- reach, she worked for Greene County Schools in Jefferson teaching agricul- ture and prior to that worked as the agronomy assistant and marketing di- rector for a family co-op. "I wanted to work for ISU Extension and Out- reach because of the quali- ty research-based informa- tion that comes from this organization to help people on vast amounts of topics,” said Garrington. "I appre- ciate the leadership and youth opportunities that are also available to Warren County residents through ISU Extension and Out- reach.” Garrington says she is most excited to meet the residents of Warren Coun— ty and find out what roles and programs Extension and Outreach can offer to improve quality of life. . "I hope to bring a fresh set of hands that are will- ing to dig in and get dirty," she said. ISU Extension and Out- reach’s core purpose is to engage citizens through research-based education, accomplishing these goals by developing diverse and meaningful partnerships. Through these goals, Ex- tension and Outreach is able to increase the ability of Iowans to make in- formed decisions by apply- ing relevant, needs-driven resources. Those wishing to get in contact with Garrington about potential program areas to offer locally or wel- come her to the Warren County community may contact her directly at cortneyg@iastate.edu or by _ calling the Warren County Extension and Outreach office at 515-961-6237.