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bi» Lav-s' Page Four Thursday, October 29, 2015 Early Out Craft Club ou are ever too old for Halloween! Kids from Lakeood Elentary inade fes- tive Halloween pumpkins with the help from the Parks 8: Rec Department. Photo submitted. Pads The mystery of the paint marks and big holes throughout the parks have been solved. Concrete pads for the new recycled picnic tables have been completed. The project of purchasing the tables and the concrete work was made possible from a grant we were awarded from the Warren County Philanthropic Partnership grant. The concrete pads generated smiles from the city staff mowers. Photos sub- mitted. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk,. IA 50211 POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. “Hairs 01- |H\\'\, 1.\L'. October 16 Hit and Run Accident — 800 block East 17th Street. Vehicle owned by Kimber- ly Conkling, Norwalk, was struck by an unknown ve- hicle while legally parked on the roadway. A report was made and forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. Forgery Tina Gravitt, Norwalk, was charged with forging preliminary documents for rental assis- tance. October 19 Drug Violation —— 1300 block Hunter Drive. Tho- mas Hendricks, Norwalk, and Ihennell Rosado—Mar- tin, Prole, were arrested and charged with Posses- sion of Drug Parapherna- lia. Both were cited for ap- pearance at a later date. Qstohefll Theft from Motor Vehi- . ‘ 9000 block Maplecrest e. Checkbook, debit purse and miscella— us contents were re- :m fired from an unlocked vehicle. Information taken and a report was made. ()nl_\ 10 minutes lojordan Creek Mall and l 5 minutes to ('lmvmown. Enjoy a \V’cst Des Moines , address and attend Nomalk Schools at Fox CURBSIDE PUMPKIN COLLECTION walk or calling 515—244— 0021. Problem: The trick—0r- treaters have come and gone and you still have carved pumpkins on your doorstep. Solution 1: Toss that pumpkin (and any other) in your Compost It! bag or cart, along with your leaves and yard waste. Solution 2: If you have a garden, bury it (diced or whole) directly into your garden soil. The winter freeze and thaw cycle and bacteria will break the pumpkin down. Be sure to remove all seeds or you might end up with a few pumpkin seedlings sprout- ing. Learn more about our solid waste, recycling and yard waste curbside col- lection by visiting www.mwatoday.com/col— lection-information/nor- 1611 Sunset Dr. N orwalk 98 1-083 6 Dine In or Carry Out -Daily Specials 0Winn's Pizza Tuesday thru Saturday 11 am. 9 p.m. 'Sunday 11 a.m. 8 p.‘m. Closed Monday The month of April gets its name from the Latin "aperire," meaning “to open," as do the flower buds that month. . avid Lester- . is: Ci- y Canned November 3 p t tastier»: that it is time in ‘ ting that spending tract: to the taxpayer NOW RESERVING LOTS IN PLAT 2! {Britta Road