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Page Four N/Warren Town and Count)' News Thursday, October 28, 2010 ,j t]ll - He!1 Bicl Spender! Over 100,000 Iowans are out of work and Staci Appel continues to spend Iowa into debt. .7 . ST000P Staci Appel and STt300P the Spending Spree Paid for by Sorenson for Statehouse / -qll. NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES J Chelsea Frazer, a senior at Norwalk High School, has been accepted for ad- mission to Northwestern College in Orange City for the 2011-12 school year. She is the daughter of Tami Wilson of Norwalk. Northwestern College is a Christian college of nearly 1,250 students. Rated the nation's second- best baccalaureate college by Washington Monthly and a top-10 Midwestern college by U.S. News & World Report magazine, Northwestern provides an education that combines academic rigor with a faith perspective. ! i i,iiiiiiiii ii ( SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Officers recovered a hay wagon parked along Hwy 28; investigation is continuing as o the owner- ship. Richard Kline, rural Indianola, reported at- tempted entry into his resi- dence; no entry was gained and nothing was taken. October 20 Officers conducting a traffic stop north of In- dian01a charged Bryan Chaplin, 49, Greenfield Plaza, with possession of controlled substance, pos- session of drug parapher- nalia, open container, fai!- ure to have valid license and failure to show proof of insurance. ACCIDENTS Oct. 8 - 7:50 p.m., Hwy 92 east "of R57 Hwy: a ve- hicle driven by Michael Croat, 44, Indianola, struck a deer; $4500 damage. Oct. 14 - 8:30 a.m., Beardsley Street northeast of Norwalk: a vehicle driven by Amber Telford- Ancona, 37, Des Moines, was westbound and began to turn into a private drive while operating her turn signal manually; a second westbound vehicle, driven by Donald Olson, 47, West Des Moines, did not see the vehicle slowing to turn and attempted to swerve around her, but made con- tact with the vehicle; $2500 damage to the 'lelford- Ancona vehicle and $2000 damage to the Olson vehicle. Oct. 15 - 7 a.m., Hwy 65/ 69 near Summer koad: a vehicle driven by jonathan Reetz, 38, rural lndianola, was northbound and Dear Editor, If/you've eaten in a restaurant with confidence that your meal was safe and nutritious... If/you've enjoyed a weed-/me lawn... If/you've ever taken your child to daycare and wondered where daycare providers get their training... If you've ever seen a blue ribbon and a broad grin at the county fair... If you've shopped at a Farmer's Market... I/f you've enjoyed a glass of/an Iowa-produced wine... If you've marveled at a Master Gardeners beautif/ul flower bed... If you've heard news stories about biodiesel, Emerald Ash Borer, flood recovery facts, safe use of eggs... Then your life has been touched by Warren County Extension! ISU Extension in Warren County needs your help! In order for Extension to meet the needs of our county's citizens, a property tax lew that has been frozen since 198S- that's right, for 2S years - must be lifted. This action requires a YES vote on the Extension Referendum in the Novembergeneral election. In Iowa: 94 of 99 counties have already passed this measure. Warren County is being left: behind. Please join us and vote YES for Measure C on November 2. Co-Chair air Vote YES for Measure C on November 2. Paid for by Friends of Extension, Mark McKee, Treasurer ! stopped in traffic to allow a vehicle to turn when he was struck by a second northbound vehicle driven by Jo Hunter, 54, rural Indianola; $1500 damage to the Reetz vehicle and $3500 to the Hunter vehicle: Oct. 17- 7:15 p.m., Hwy 92 east of 60th Avenue: a vehicle driven by Katrina Reasoner, 29, Winterset, struck a deer; $4000 dam- ag e to the vehicle. 317 Hawthorne Dr, $264,900 Call 771-8820 for appointment. Check out this 4 BR family home in The .egacy Development. Amazing landscaping, open floor plan, jacuzzi tub in master bath. Come check it out! S570, $300 Dubuque ' i ce:: n:i;Des Moines in :rain service $1; 1 Million on heated sidewalks STACI APPEL: WASTING OUR TAX DOLLARS