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SM~\ -L IO;Nb~P'aPERS /d :21,7 WEST C, OTA. S[ ',:-JI-~EL lOf,J WA :_i55:,4-2:~!5t:; l,!li,,ll,li,l, lfi.,l!!l,t '' ll,I, ijll,I OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT w.mo. NSD Increase Property Tax Levy, see p. 10 Vol. 47 No. 18 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 email: news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, September 10, 2015 L 2015 Homecoming Court Pictured, left to right, Row 1: Matt Fraser, (senior), A.J. Tabatabai, (senior), Collin Kilgore, (senior). Row 2: Rachel Garner, (senior), Kiley Westhoff, (senior), Ellen Wines, (senior). Row 3: Paul Frederick, (senior), Taylor Voitel, (senior), Brady Brandsfield, (junior), Lauren Gavin, (junior), Kennedy Scallon, (sophomore), Max Hosier, (sophomore), Allison Heckart, (senior), and Will Fraser, (senior). Photo by Toni Johnson Photography. To Induct Six To NHS Hall of Fame The Norwalk Athletic/Activities Department is excited and proud to announce the selection of the inaugural class for the Norwalk High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Five former athletes and one coach were selected to be inducted into the first Hall of Fame induction ceremony which will take place at the community pep assembly Thursday, Sept. 10, beginning at 7 p.m. The inductees will then be recognized at halftime of the homecoming game Frida); Sept. 11, when the Warriors host the Carlisle Wildcats. The five former athletes who will be inducted include Scott Hermann (1993) Car- rie (Amsbaugh) Shippey (1998), Jill Martin (2003), Luke Frieberg (2004) and Jennie Clark (2007). Former longtime Head Football and Track Coach Dave Mineart will be inducted as well. We encourage all Warrior fans to join us September 10 to honor these outstanding individuals and their Hall-of-Fame selection. Senior Trooper Doug Cutts 170 School Permits The Iowa State Patrol wants to remind those who are driving on a School Permit. This permit allows you to drive back and forth from home to school and or activi- ties between the hours of 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. You cannot drive after 10 p.m. You must use the most direct route between school and home. You are allowed to stop for fuel at a station that is closest to your route. You are not allowed to stop along your route or detour off your route to pick up friends or riders. Doing so can cost you, your school permit. If it's not a school event you cannot drive to it. That includes after practice team dinners, non sanc- tioned practices or part-time jobs these are not school events. Lions Collecting Eye Glasses, Hearing Aids Members of the Nor- walk Lions Club are re- minding residents of their on-going project of collect- ing used eye glasses and hearing aids. They are col- lected and recycled. Several area businesses and churches allow the Li- ons Club to have dona- tions boxes at their estab- lishment in order for the public to drop off their donations. They include City State Bank, Optomet- ric Associates, Eye Glass World, O'Leary Funeral Home, St. John the Apos- tle Catholic Church, Nor- walk Christian Church, Norwalk Methodist Church and New Life Lutheran Church. Lions Club members also thank the following businesses for allowing them to have mint trays located at their business: City State Bank, Scott's Foods, Villaggios, Nor- walk Maid-Ride, Cal's Res- taurant, Olson's Bread and Breakfast and Warrior Run. They also thank the people who purchase the mints. Money raised goes toward service projects. Program On Alzheimer's Susan Callison, Pro- gram Specialist, Linn Grove Alzheimer's Association of Greater Iowa Chapter, will Free-Will present a program on Offering Meal knowing the 10 signs of Members of Linn Grove Alzheimer's Tuesda Sept. United Methodist Church, 15, 2 p.m. at the Regency 7483 50th, Prole, will host Assisted Living Activity their "free-will offering" Room, 815 High Rd. The community supper Thurs, public is invited. Sept. 10, from 5 to 7 The presentation will be beneficial if you or some- p.m. at the church. Meals can be dine-in or carry out. one you now is experienc- The menu includes ing memory loss or behav- soups, relish and dessert, ioral changes. It is time to There is no cost for the learn the facts about early meal, but a free-will offer- detection of Alzheimer's ing will be accepted, disease. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Three Council Seats Up for Election New process for submitting candidacy papers Three City Council seats will be up for election this fall. These seats all carry a four-year term and are cur- renfly held by incumbents Eric Delker, Kyle Jackson and Council appointee Tom Greteman. New this year, all completed candidacy papers are to be filed with the Warren County Auditor's office at 301 N. Buxton in Indianola. The filing period ends at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. Potential City Council candidates may still pick up their nomination papers and affidavits of candidacy at Norwalk City Hall or online at www.norwalk.iowa.gov. The top vote getter of the November 3, 2015 election will be seated at the November 19, 2015 Council meet- ing. Greteman, appointed by the council last fall to fill the seat vacated by Jamie Sylvester upon her untimely passing, currently fills this seat. Questions can be directed to Norwalk Cit3) Clerk Jodi Eddleman at 981-0228 ext. 2232 or the Warren County Auditor's Office at 961-1020. :uJath By Tom Phillips J It is hard to believe our summer is over, students are back in school and fall is just around the comer. Where has the time gone? I do hope you enjoyed your summer as much as I did. NCIS Project Updates The Holly Drive street reconstruction project should be wrapping up. Thank you to the residents in this area that put up with being without their street and drive- ways for most of the summer. New sidewalks on Happy Hollow are complete. The Wakonda Drive project is go- ing slow, but progress is being made as the City is work- ing with the contractor to get them back on schedule. Per the contract with the City, the contractor is to be finished with this project by theend of October. Compost It! Season Soon trees will be turning colors and leaves will be dropping. As a reminder, burning of leaves and other yard waste is prohibited within the city limits. Please bag your leaves and garden waste in the Compost It! lawn bags and place them at your curb for pickup on your normal trash collection day. Yard waste in plastic bags will NOT be collected. You can purchase the Compost It! bundle of bags at City Hall, ScoWs Foods and Fareway.) If you are trimming back your trees, you can bundle the branches up in four-foot lengths and set them at the curb. You will need to buy a green Compost It! sticker to put on the bundle so it will be picked up. This fall, if you plan to decorate with pumpkins, you can toss them into your Compost It! bags when you are ready to get rid of them. You can always find more information on our yard waste program at www.norwalk.iowa.gov/departments/ UtilityServices simply click on the "Trash Recyding Yard Waste" button on the left of the screen. Finally, my good friend Dr. Denny Wulf has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2016. As a teacher, a building administrator and as a superintendent, Dr. Wulf has had a tremendous impact on the students of Norwalk and their parents. Many of those students are now adult residents of Norwalk and have their own children in the Norwalk Community School District. The next time yon see Dr. Wulf, please congratulate him and let him know how much you appreciate everything he has done for the school and the City of Norwalk. --I[9.