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Well drilled at Smoky Gardens
The Goodland Star-News / Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Well drilled at Smoky Gardens
WELL, from Page 1
of Hoxie drilled the well.
“Armstrong services the wells,”
Thomas said. “No one in Sherman
County drills wells. You have to go
out of the county to get a well driller.
We have two companies who service wells and pumps.”
Thomas said caretaker Bob
McClure was pleased with the new
well.
In other business, the commissioners:
• Added a date line to a bidding
form for out-of-town purchases to
be used by all departments.
• Reviewed and approved two
neighborhood revitalization
projects, a house remodeling for
Gordon Colip, 321 Sycamore, and
a new garage for Kyle Parish, 212
E. Second.
• Discussed the Partners pro-
gram, with the Kansas Highway
Patrol that allows partners to purchase at a lower group rate, that
Sheriff Kevin Butts mentioned at
the previous meeting. Commissioner Kevin Rasure asked the other
commissioners what they thought
of the program.
Both Thomas and Mitch Tiede
said they thought it was more for the
sheriff’s equipment.
Tiede said it would be good to
check to see what the difference
might be in cost. Thomas said it
would be good to look at the program to see what it does.
Rasure said he felt that with cars
and other equipment, he wanted to
be sure they are buying from local
dealers.
“We would have to check about
service,” Tiede said. “There is lots
to look at.”
“We would get a price compari-
race track standings
Sherman County Speedway
tracks standings by classification
through the races of Aug. 19. There
will be races starting at 6:30 p.m. on
Saturday.
Sherman County Speedway
Race Points Sheet (Aug. 19)
Mini Stock
1. 1, Brian Kleine, 275
2. 71, Jacob Long, 275
3. 21, Don Kleine, 264
4. 16, Josh Frecks, 240
5. 12, Tryel Smith, 240
6. S09, Chris Dawdy, 206
7. 5, Dawn Kleine, 196
8. 6, Cory Navarro, 137
9. 9, Christopher Kleine, 134
10. 73, Jason Schwarz, 126
11. 77, Cassandra Dawdy, 120
12. 7d, Dale Delange, 120
13. 2, Jason McClung, 107
14. 07, Larae Reece, 54
15. 13, Scott Egerle, 38
16. 94, Andy Blackhart, 37
17. 91 Jake Eicher, 30
18. 88 Jason Troyer, 27
19. 55, Steve Ealey, 27
Bomber
1. 25, Jeremy Blackwill, 278
2. 21, Allen Snethen, 230
3. 3r, Kyle Rohleder, 228
4. 12, Steve Arntt, 228
5. S98, Joey Snethen, 226
6. 43, Tyler Henderson, 176
7. 11x, Ron Haremza, 112
8. 01w, Clint Hockersmith, 111
9. 3RT, Travis Bramun, 107
10. 21m, Matt Morris, 81
11. 97J, Jimmy Jenkins, 77
12. 00, Raymond Dechant, 75
13. Al, Bruce Plumisto, 75
14. 8, Adam Morris, 72
15. 72, Mike Nordyke, 69
16. 5K, Nick Keller, 63
17. R38 Robbie Wilger, 41
18. 43a, Camron Austin, 39
19. 166 Jeff Tubbs, 39
20, 29, Shawn Lopez, 35
21. 14, Chad Stutzman, 33
22. 53, Don Strecker, 32
23. 00, Dwayne Dechant, 31
24. 16, Adam Kimler, 31
25. 54T, Todd Lutters, 30
26. 2m, Parke Hawkins, 5
27. 05, Travis King, 5
28. 24J, Colby Jenkins, 5
29. 7, Larry Rogers, 5
Econo
1. S5, Roger Snethen, 261
2. 17, Justin Colby, 260
3. 57, Kevin Delano, 226
4. 4, Lee Hageman, 211
5. 71, Josh Colby, 208
6. 94, Brandon Nemechek, 200
7. 13, Ricky Pummer, 198
8. I1, JR Wolfrum, 196
9.14, Emanual Young, 135
10. 7, Adrianne West, 128
11. 06, Bryant Nemechek, 118
12. 2, Jason McClung, 111
13. 81, Diann Ross, 74
14. 88, Jason Troyer, 62
15. 99, Dustin Knox, 36
16. 27, Adam Amack, 33
17. Donovan Nicholes, 33
18. 82, Chad Delano, 32
19. 36, Matthew Phillippi, 31
20. S09, Chris Dawdy, 29
21. 00, TJ Yarger, 5
Stock
1. 9, Randy Tipton, 224
2. 77, Jason Stevens, 186
3. 30, Tom Nelson, 149
4. 100, Matt Mattox, 125
5. 1, Brian Kleine, 87
6. 44, Derrick Braudaway, 59
7. 00, Troy Plummer, 33
8. 65, Joe Shoup, 33
9. 1w, Kreg Welsh, 32
10. 111, Mike Geisenhagan, 30
11. 15, Brad Wagoner, 29
12. 7, Roger White, 10
Modified
1. 21, Darren DeLoach, 257
2. 37, Jeff Tubbs, 247
3. 3, Brady Coen, 245
4. 19, Keith Stegman, 237
5. 41, Ronnie Hill, 229
6. 86, Justin Beakley, 226
7. 10, Chris Remetes, 225
8. 4S, David Schemm, 182
9. 55, Wheat Lippelman, 178
10. 9, Monty Nordyke, 175
9. 33L, Chris Lueck, 168
12. 2d, Dwayne Dechant, 127
13. 21M, Jason Brees, 113
14. 81, Ricky Erickson, 98
15. 16Z, Jeremy Zorn, 98
16. 2M, Angel Munzo, 94
17. 38, KB Murphy, 92
18. 21Z. Mark Zorn, 82
19. 14b, Bill Brack, 65
20. 73, Nick Tubbs, 61
21. 13, David Solberg, 59
22. 16MB, Matt Brack, 54
23. 15W, Brad Wagoner, 52
24. 173, Joe Bellm, 40
25. 15W, Will Brack, 39
26. 17J, Jeremy Frenier, 37
27. 1, Chistropher Kleine, 35
28. 12, Chris Gould, 34
29. IC, Jim Clifton, 33
30. 21H, Jeff Hunter, 32
31. 15R, Lane Linthacum, 32
32. 96, Don Shepard, 31
33. 1M, Cody Gearhart, 30
34. 5, Scott Waterman, 29
35. 15, Travis Eggleston, 26
36. 26, Chuck Nachtwen, 26
37. 96, Eddie Edwards, 24
38. 16, Matthew Ratzlaff, 23
39. 46, Joe Mullins, 20
40. 61, DJ Banks, 19
41. 80, Clint Graves, 17
42. 6X, Kevin Massey, 5
43. 25, Mike Keiter, 5
44. C18, Brian Mosier, 5
45. 13B, Brian Bauman, 5
matters of record
District Traffic
The following fines were paid in
the Sherman County District Court:
May 31 — Steven W. Evans $180
for speeding.
June 2 — Jerry L. Means $175
reinstated for over weight load.
June 5 — Mark A. Babbles $168
for improper parking.
June 8 — Morgan K. Lofing
$132 for speeding.
Richard K. White $115 for speeding.
June 11 — Jeffrey D. Wolff $144
for speeding.
June 12 — Jason D. Williams
$172 for improper parking and $10
for no seat belt.
June 13 — Richard W. Decker
$114 for speeding.
June 18 — Dominick E. Yost
$126 for speeding.
June 20 — Tia R. Potts $159 for
speeding.
June 22 — Mohamud O. Dirie
$159 improper parking.
June 23 — Julia A. Engler $90
for speeding.
Eulalio C. Leal $222 for speeding.
Benjamin P. Matthews $195 for
speeding.
June 24 — Sean C. McNally
$114 for speeding.
Tina R. Richards $150 for speeding.
June 25 — Chauncey G. Kuhl $90
for speeding and $10 for no seat belt.
Kelly H. Kuhl $10 for no seat
belt.
June 27 — Maria I. Munoz $186
for speeding and dismissed for no
liability insurance.
June 30 — Mickel D. Richardson $159 for speeding and $10 for
no seat belt.
July 2 — Ricardo A. Rauda $138
for speeding.
July 4 — Daljeet K. Bansal $132
for speeding.
July 5 — Randall J. Wise $10 for
no seat belt.
July 6 — Michael J. Main $138
for speeding.
July 7 — Jeffery H. Deeds $126
for speeding.
Nicholas Jupin $181 for over
weight load.
July 8 — Robert C. Colvin $150
for speeding, dismissed for first
conviction driving while suspended
and $10 no seat belt.
Jason D. Cunningham $120 for
speeding.
July 10 — Patrick C. Miller $120
for improper parking.
Michelle E. White $144 for
speeding.
July 11 — Kimberly R. Tofft
$156 for speeding.
Roxie J. Walter $144 for speeding.
July 12 — Jamie L. Costello
$156 for speeding.
Roberta S. Williams $165 for
speeding.
July 13 — Joseph W. Botts $144
for improper parking.
David L. Kunze $156 for speeding.
Anthony J. Pera $120 for improper parking.
July 14 — Johanna M.
Kieniewicz $96 for speeding.
Ronald R. Sparks $126 for speeding.
son,” Thomas said.
“I feel our car dealers treat us very
well,” Rasure said.
“The price is only one factor in
the consideration,” Tiede said.
“There are many things that are part
of the decision.”
• Asked County Clerk Janet
Rumpel how she was coming with
the budget. Rumpel said she was
getting everything ready. There was
a glitch on salary amounts and the
first payroll of the year was not
pulled into the totals, she said, but
she is going back and adding the figures in.
She asked the commissioners if
they wanted to leave the $50,000 in
for economic development.
“Put it in for now,” Rasure said.
“I have left the rest alone at the
same rate we have been giving,”
Rumpel said.
All three commissioners agreed
to leave the requests by other agencies as they have been.
The commissioners will meet at
8 a.m. on Thursday to close the
month. They will not have a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5, but will
meet on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Rasure said if they need to review
the budget, they could meet sometime before Sept. 12.
The commissioners held a closed
session with Rumpel for three minutes on a personnel matter. When
they returned to open session, they
asked Rumpel to talk to County Attorney Bonnie Selby about putting
in an ad for help.
The commissioners held a 10minute closed session to discuss
land acquisition. When they returned, no action was taken.
The meeting began at 8 a.m. and
adjourned at 10:40 a.m.
Band shoots video
south of Ruleton
BAND, from Page 1
A portable lighting system provided illuminated the area in the
barn and around the outside to show
the band and the enthusiastic crowd
of fans.
It took several takes and a couple
of hours as the band members went
through the steps that will be edited
together to be the final video.
Rob Beckley said they had the
basic concept shots all done, and the
scene at the barn is the final piece
to put it all together. They arrived at
the Duell farm in the morning, and
spent most of the day setting up the
lights and shooting the other shots,
he said.
The video and song are part of an
album that is being released by
Flicker Records, the band’s fifth.
The band is based out of Tulsa.
For more information about them or
the album, go to www.pillar
music.com.
Crossword Puzzle
9
Wind farm proposed
southwest of Goodland
TOWERS, from Page 1
Simons said. “Probably 33 wind
towers. We believe we could
handle up to about 80 megawatts
on the Sunflower power line.”
He said the towers would be 80
meters (260 feet) tall and the arc
of the blades would be 400 feet.
The wind farm would cover
about four sections, depending
on the lay of the ground, he said.
“You have to spread them out,”
he said. ‘The major wind direction has a lot to do with how they
are laid out. The towers are in line
perpendicular to the main line of
wind and spread out three blade
widths.
“The lines are about a half mile
apart. The foundations are 30 feet
square and deep. You can farm up
to the edge. All the lines are underground and then we build a
substation …..”
“Anything we need to do special from the county?” Commissioner Kevin Rasure asked.
Simons said there may be
some environmental issues because the wind farm is about two
miles from a state wildlife area.
“We will do public meetings if
we get the contract from Sunflower,” he said.
Simons said the wind farm
would provide some jobs.
“Not a lot,” he said, “be a range
of five to six full-time working
on the wind farm. They would
handle daily maintenance and be
the permanent staff.”
Thomas asked about construction. Simons said a company
from Tennessee would handle
the construction, using as much
local help as possible.
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