Thursday, June 6, 2013
Mount Ayr Record-News
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SIMPLE MISDEMEANOR ANDTRAFFIC CONVICTIONS
May 16 - 22, 2013
William Jared Munyon, Keller-ton, $566.25, violation of ﬁnancialliability coverage.Larry Charles Clark, Pleas-antville, $114.00, speeding 6-10m.p.h. over the speed limit.Justin Michael Liesener, Diago-nal, $168.00, speeding 6-10 m.p.h.over the speed limit.Taylor Sue Schaffer, Kent,$335.00, open container driverover 21.Curtis Ray Brooks, PleasantHill, $114.00, speeding 6-10 m.p.h.over the speed limit.Howard Harrison, Pine Bluff,AR, $114.00, speeding 6-10 m.p.h.over the speed limit.Adrian Dornall Richardson,Mount Ayr, $465.00, no valid driv-er’s license.Nathan Wade Nickle, Clear-ﬁeld, $127.50, seat belt violation.Neil Richard Weehler, Maloy,$127.50, seat belt violation.Darrell W. Adams, Kellerton,$114.00, speeding 6-10 m.p.h.over the speed limit.Benjamin Holt Saville, Del-phos, $127.50, seat belt violation.
FROM RINGGOLD COUNTY
• May 29 - A judgment was ﬁledin magistrate’s court ﬁnding NicoleDawn Supinger of Mount Ayr guiltyof simple assault.Supinger was ordered to be con-ﬁned in the Ringgold County Jail fortwo days and was given credit fortwo days served. Defendant shallpay restitution. A no contact orderwas cancelled. Court-appointed at-torney fees are to be determined.Supinger was ordered to paycourt costs of $60 and jail fees fortwo days at $40 per day for $80for a total of $140. Cash bond wasforfeited with balance to poster. Allﬁnes, surcharges, cots and restitu-tion are payable to the clerk of courtand must be paid by May 29, 2013.
FROM RINGGOLD COUNTYDISTRICT COURT
• May 29 - Trial informationwas ﬁled in district court chargingThomas Pierce Holland of Clarindawith count 1 illegal carrying of aweapon and count 2 possession of acontrolled substance/marijuana.Bond set previously continuesand a preliminary hearing was can-celled. Holland was ordered to ap-pear for arraignment on Monday,June 17, 2013, at the Ringgoldcounty courthouse.
RINGGOLD COUNTYSHERIFF’S LOG
(Call Origination Code: MA= Mount Ayr; KE = Keller-ton; EL = Ellston; TI = Tingley; DI = Diagonal; DE =Delphos; MO = Maloy; BE = Beaconsﬁeld; BO = Benton;SC = Shannon City; BL = Blockton; RE = Redding; SV= Sun Valley; CO = In County; OC = Out of County; OS= Out of State)
May 23-29, 2013Thursday, May 23
14:13 p.m., call for jail. (OC)3:45 p.m., call for jail. (OC)3:50 p.m., report of kid in themail box. (MA)4:31 p.m., call for jail. (OC)6:59 p.m., call for jail. (OC)7:20 p.m., caller looking for in-formation. (OC)7:56 p.m., call for jail. (MA)
Friday, May 24
9:41 a.m., call for jail. (OC)10:54 a.m., report of suspiciousvehicle. (MA)11:19 a.m., call for sheriff.(OC)12:03 p.m., 911 call, no onethere.12:12 p.m., call for clerk.(MA)12:32 p.m., call for clerk of court. (MA)12:34 p.m., ofﬁcer checking in.(MA)1:12 p.m., call for ofﬁcer. (OC)1:52 p.m., call about sheriff’ssale. (OC)2:01 p.m., call for sheriff.(MA)2:38 p.m., call for ofﬁcer.(MA)3:10 p.m., report of cows out.(CO)4:05 p.m., call for jail. (OC)4:58 p.m., call for ofﬁcer. (CO)5:46 p.m., report of power out-ages. (CO)5:56 p.m., caller reporting ascam. (MA)6:34 p.m., call for ofﬁcer. (OC)6:57 p.m., call for jail. (OC)7 p.m., call for jail. (OC)7:33 p.m., report of a suspiciousvehicle. (MA)8:16 p.m., caller with messagefor dispatch. (MA)8:20 p.m., caller reported hit-ting a deer. (CO)8:23 p.m., passerby concernedregarding the deer accident. (CO)8:50 p.m., REC call.9:07 p.m., caller with inmateinformation. (OC)9:22 p.m., caller reporting theyhad hit a deer. (CO)9:31 p.m., caller with informa-tion regarding a stolen tailer. (OC)11:06 p.m., ofﬁcer reportingthey had a ﬂat tire. (CO)
Saturday, May 25
12:39 a.m., caller advising theywere coming to the jail to bond outan inmate. (OC)4:19 a.m., 911 call, caller re-ported their car quit working.(CO)9:56 a.m., vehicle lockout.(CO)10:14 a.m., call for sheriff.(MA)6:11 p.m., caller reporting asuspicious driver. (TI)8:18 p.m., Worth county MOadvising they were bringing in afemale prisoner. (OC)9:13 p.m., sheriff checking in.(CO)9:20 p.m., 911 call, caller re-porting a car/deer accident. (OC)9:26 p.m., call for ofﬁcer. (CO)
Sunday, May 26
12:17 a.m., Decatur county ad-vising they were bringing in a maleprisoner. (OC)1:47 a.m., caller reporting aherd of horses hightailing it out of Kellerton. (KE)2:01 a.m., caller with informa-tion on horse herd hideout. (KE)6:45 a.m., 911 calls, severalfrom Missouri. (OC)8:05 a.m., 911 call, request foran ambulance. (MA)11:01 a.m., REC call, report of power line down. (CO)12 p.m., caller with informationon inmate. (OC)2;13 p.m., caller with informa-tion on inmate. (OC)2:58 p.m., caller with a roadcomplaint --- really big hole. (TI)3:32 p.m., caller with informa-tion regarding an inmate. (MA)4:38 p.m., caller with informa-tion regarding an inmate. (MA)4:44 p.m., bondman callingabout an inmate. (OC)6:05 p.m., caller reporting acontrolled burn. (RE)7:29 p.m., REC calls, severalcalls reporting storm related out-ages. (CO)8:17 p.m., 911 call, hang up -phantom dial due to weather. (DI)8:55 p.m., 911 call, request foran ambulance. (MA)9:27 p.m., report of a car in theditch. (KE)7:06 p.m., National WeatherService calling with storm infor-mation. (OC)7:20 p.m., caller inquiring aboutmessages for inmates. (OC)7:30 p.m., National WeatherService requesting an update.(OC)7:32 p.m., state radio with ques-tions regarding the weather. (OC)7:35 p.m., caller with questionsabout the sirens. (MA)7:41 p.m., caller with questionsabout the storm. (MA)8:02 p.m., caller with questionsabout the sirens. (MA)8:03 p.m., Des Moines Registerinquiring about the storm. (OC)8:06 p.m., caller with questionsabout bonding a prisoner out dur-ing the storm. (OC)8:08 p.m., caller with questionsabout the weather. (KE)8:13 p.m., Emergency Manage-ment with questions regarding theweather. (OC)8:18 p.m., caller with questionsabout the sirens. (MA)8:27 p.m., Worth county MOwith questions about the weather.(OC)8:46 p.m., Southern Iowa Trol-ley offering to help. (OC)8:50 p.m., sheriff checking in.(CO)8:58 p.m., Channel 5 requestinginformation regarding the weather.(OC)9:17 p.m., National WeatherService requesting an update.(OC)11:30 p.m., caller complainingabout ﬁreworks. (EL)
Monday, May 27
3:40 a.m., Emergency Man-agement checking on the weather.(MA)4:15 a.m., Emergency Manage-ment checking in. (MA)8:15 a.m., caller setting up visi-tation with inmate. (OC)9:04 a.m., call for jail. (MA)9:32 a.m., caller setting up visi-tation with inmate. (OC)10:40 a.m., caller asking aboutstorm damage. (OC)11:58 a.m., call for dispatch.(MA)12:14 p.m., REC call, report of power outage. (KE)12:39 p.m., caller reporting avehicle in the road. (DI)12:50 p.m., ofﬁcer checkingin - transporting a prisoner to jailfrom another county. (OC)1:20 p.m., caller reporting adisabled vehicle along the road.(MA)2:13 p.m., attorney calling tospeak to inmate. (OC)4:45 p.m., caller reporting astolen grave marker/stone. (DI)5:16 p.m., caller with questionsabout how to get information to in-mate. (OC)6:27 p.m., 911 call, hang up.7 p.m., cattle complaint. (OC)11:44 p.m., courthouse open forshelter. (MA)10:58 p.m., caller wanting tospeak with inmate. (OC)11:14 p.m., caller needing in-formation. (MA)
Tuesday, May 28
1:01 a.m., REC call, report of power outage. (KE)4:49 a.m., 911 call - out of county. (OC)8:44 a.m., call for sheriff. (OC)8:57 a.m., call for jail. (OC)9:44 a.m., call for siren test.(SV)10:26 a.m., report of a break-in.(CO)10:36 a.m., caller wanting aroad report. Dispatch suggests theycall 511. (OC)10:47 a.m., call for jail. (OC)10:50 a.m., call for dispatch.(MA)11:29 a.m., call for clerk. (OC)11:50 a.m., call for chief depu-ty. (OC)12:42 p.m., caller needing jailinformation. (OC)1 p.m., caller returning sheriff’scall. (MA)1:25 p.m., caller wanting tospeak to ofﬁcer. (MA)2:25 p.m., 911 call, dive teamneeded. (OC)2:49 p.m., call for chief deputy.(KE)3:29 p.m., call back requestedfrom chief deputy. (MA)3:44 p.m., 911 call, request foran ambulance. (RE)3:51 p.m. 911 call.3:53 p.m., call for ofﬁcer.(MA)4 p.m., call back requested foradvice. (MA)4:11 p.m., report of a recklessdriver. (KE)4:14 p.m., caller reporting ascam. (MA)4:28 p.m., 911 call, request foran ambulance. (MA)4:40 p.m., call for ofﬁcer.(MA)4:53 p.m., call for sheriff.(MA)5:11 p.m., caller with jail/in-mate information. (OC)5:23 p.m., caller with jail/in-mate information. (OC)5:51 p.m., REC call, (OC)6:20 p.m., caller with jail infor-mation. (OC)6:41 p.m., call back from ofﬁ-cer requested. (MA)6:44 p.m., weather service call-ing. (OC)6:49 p.m., 911 call. (MA)8:27 p.m., vehicle lockout.(MA08:38 p.m., weather update.(OC)9:19 p.m., caller wanting tospeak to an ofﬁcer. (CO)9:43 p.m., weather update.(CO)
Wednesday, May 29
6:36 a.m., caller checking aboutstorm damage. (OC)7:55 a.m., caller with civil is-sue. (CO)8:03 a.m., call for jailer. (MA)8:12 a.m., call for sheriff.(MA08:17 a.m., call for jail. (OC)8:34 a.m., call for dispatch and jail. (MA)8:59 a.m., call for sheriff orchief deputy. (MA)9:22 a.m., call for dispatch.(MA09:42 a.m., call about jail fees.(OC)9:43 a.m., call for chief deputy.(MA010:11 a.m., caller needing assis-tance. (OC)10:18 a.m., call for dispatch.(OC)10:27 a.m., call for jail. (OC)10:48 a.m., caller with civil is-sue. (OC)1:22 p.m., caller reporting cowsout. (OC)1:36 p.m., call for chief deputy.(KE)
Ringgold County Courthousehours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.to 4 p.m. unless noted otherwise.Ringgold county now has awebsite at www.ringgoldcounty.us.
Neil Morgan, 464-3233.•
Board of Supervisors:
DavidInloes, chairman, Royce Dredgeand Kraig Pennington, members,464-3244.Supervisors meetings are opento the public and are held in the su-pervisors conference room locatedon the second ﬂoor between theclerk of court and auditor’s ofﬁce.On days the board is not sched-uled to be in ofﬁce, please directall inquiries to the auditor’s ofﬁce.To schedule a meeting time withthe supervisors, contact the audi-tor’s ofﬁce.Regular board meetings areheld on Mondays with ofﬁcialpublic notice of the meeting agen-
das posted at the Ringgold county
courthouse, Mount Ayr RecordNews, Sun Valley Lake and Diago-nal city hall the day before.•
Clerk of Court (a state of-
464-3234; fax:464-2478. Ofﬁce hours: Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays, 8 a.m. tonoon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. andTuesdays and Thursdays, 8 a.m. -noon and 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.The clerk’s ofﬁce handles ali-mony and child support payments,probates, civil and criminal ﬁlings,magistrate’s court and records andservices of adoptions, conservator-ships, court proceedings, divorces,estates, grand jury, guardianships, judgments, juvenile proceedings,mechanic’s liens, mental healthadmissions, petit jury, suretycompany certiﬁcates, state hospi-tal, trafﬁc violations, trust funds,trusteeships. Certiﬁed copies canbe made of above listed records.Court records are also available atwww.iowacourts.gov.
• County ConservationBoard:
Kate Zimmerman, phone:464-2787, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.Please contact for informationon rules and regulations, parks,trail ways, camping, shelter reser-vations, environmental educationand more. Parks are open March15 - November 15. Walk-in trafﬁcis allowed year round.
• County Weed Commission-er:
Brenda Adams, 641-783-2348.•
Development and Tourism:
Karen Bender, Coordinator, 464-3704. If anyone has any calendarevents, please contact the develop-ment ofﬁce at 641-464-3704.
• E-911 Service Board:
MerleWalter, 307 N. Webster St., MountAyr, 464-3311.•
Teresa Jackson, Coordi-nator, 109 W. Madison St., Suite105, cell: 641-202-9671; phone:464-3344; fax: 464-0663, email:email@example.com. Hours:Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30p.m.The tornado sirens in MountAyr will be tested the ﬁrst Tuesdayof each month unless there is se-vere weather.•
Zach Gunsolley,P.E., 464-3232. 707 South Hender-son Drive. Ofﬁce hours: Monday -Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.•
Gary Smith,109 W. Madison St., 464-2397.Mondays and Thursdays, 7:30a.m. - 4 p.m.; Tuesdays, 7:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.; Closed Wednesdaysand Fridays. In case of emergency641-464-2397 or 641-202-1199.•
Karen Schaefer,464-3231. Passport applicationsare taken daily from 8 a.m. - 11a.m. and noon - 4 p.m. Certiﬁedvital records can be obtained from8 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.The recorder’s ofﬁce serves asa passport agent. Items needed toapply are: certiﬁed copy of birthcertiﬁcate, driver’s license or stateissued ID, two-inch square pass-port photos and passport applica-tion (both available at recorder’sofﬁce) and fees. Allow four to sixweeks from date of application toreceive passport book or card fromthe passport agency. Expeditedservice is available for an addi-tional fee.Individuals with recent namechanges can get their passportbook/card updated without a feewithin one year of issue. Formsmay be obtained at the recorder’sofﬁce. For additional informationcall the recorder’s ofﬁce or go towww.travel.state.gov/passport.•
Ringgold CountyPublic Health Agency, 464-0691.Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to4:30 p.m.
• Public Health Agency:
119 S.Fillmore, 464-0691. Hours: Mon-day - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.•
Emer-gency Only 911,
Non-Emergency(Available 24/7) 464-3921 or 464-2911.
New location at the Ringgold
County Law Enforcement Center,
801 West South Street.
Hours are8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Road Conditions- dial 511 or online at www.Io-waRoadConditions. org.•
Debbie Cannon,464-3230.Property taxes can be paid on-line at www.iowatreasurers.orgwith Visa, Master Card and Dis-cover credit cards or e-checks.Payments made in the ofﬁce maybe with cash, checks or with a Mas-ter Card, Visa or Discover credit ordebit card.All documents conveying realestate need to have the name andaddress of the person to whomthe property tax statement is tobe mailed. Please check renewalnotices and tax statements for thecorrect information. If the infor-mation is wrong, contact the trea-surer’s ofﬁce.Motorists can now renew mo-tor vehicle registrations online atwww.iowatreasurers.org if a re-newal notice is received throughthe United States Postal Servicethat contains a personal identiﬁca-tion number (PIN). Please be awarethat the PIN can only be used onetime. Contact the treasurer’s ofﬁcefor more information.Those with June birth dates arereminded to register their motorvehicles by July 31, 2013. Bring inthe renewal statement received inthe mail so renewals can be quick-ly processed.
• Driver’s License Ofﬁce:
Lo-cated in the Treasurer’s Ofﬁce.
Driver’s licenses may be re-newed any time during the period of 30 calendar days before and up to 60 calendar days after thedriver’s birth date.
The driver’s license stationhours are Monday - Friday, 8:30a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 3:30p.m. Phone 464-3230 with ques-tions.•
Gary Smith,109 W. Madison St., 464-2397.Mondays and Thursdays, 7:30a.m. - 4 p.m.; Tuesdays, 7:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.; Closed Wednesdaysand Fridays. In case of emergency641-464-2397 or 641-202-1199.
Anna Shervheim of Redding (above) and her brother Nathan Shervheim
(below) are shown receiving their awards for ﬁrst place in the Christo-
pher Columbus High School Essay Contest and American History SixthGrade Essay Contest, respectively. The contests are sponsored annuallyby the Daughters of the American Revolution. The awards were presented at the DAR state convention by JoAnn Peterson, state DAR chairman(left) and DAR state regent Barbara Halpin. In addition, James Hardy,history teacher at East Union, was named state Amercian history teacherof the year at the convention.
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The City Council of the City of Mount Ayr, Iowa will meeton the 17th day of June, 2013, at the City Hall, Mount Ayr,Iowa at 6 o’clock p.m., for the purpose of institutingproceedings and taking action to enter into a loan agreement(the “loan Agreement”) and borrow money in a principalamount not to exceed $850,000 for the purpose of paying thecost, to that extent of (1) acquiring a vehicle and bins for theCity’s solid waste disposal program and (2) current refundingthe G.O. Sewer Improvement Bonds, Series 2006.The Loan Agreement is proposed to be entered intopursuant to authority contained in Section 384.24A of theCode of Iowa and will constitute a general obligation of theCity.At that time and place, oral or written objections may befiled or made to the proposal to enter into the Loan Agreement.After receiving objections, the City may determine to enterinto the Loan Agreement, in which case, the decision will befinal unless appealed to the District Court within fifteen (15)days thereafter.By order of the City Council of the city of Mount Ayr, Iowa.PAMELA POORECity Clerk
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