High School Tennis Scoreboard Tuesday 04/26/2016

Sports

April 27th, 2016 by Chris Parks

GIRLS

Atlantic 8, Audubon 1 AtlanticGirlsTennisvAudubon04262016
Creston 9, Indianola 0
Shenandoah 5, Glenwood 1

BOYS

Audubon 5, Atlantic JV 4
Glenwood 9, Shenandoah 0
Harlan 6, Kuemper Catholic 3
Red Oak 8, Clarinda 1

High School Golf Scoreboard Tuesday 04/26/2016

Sports

April 27th, 2016 by Chris Parks

GIRLS

Audubon 229, Missouri Valley No team score (Medalist: Jorja Weitl, Audubon 52)
Clarinda 206, Red Oak No team score (Medalist: Grace Davidson, Clarinda 45)
Creston 186, Chariton 209 (Medalist: Madison Hance, Creston 44)
Kuemper Catholic 193, Harlan 194 (Medalist: Paige Powers, Harlan 45)
Lenox 247, CAM 264, Adair-Casey No team score, Riverside No team score (Medalist: Alyssa Brink, Riverside 53. Runner-Up: Haley Bals, Lenox 57) CAMACLenoxRiverside04262016
Nishnabotna 226, East Mills 248, Southwest Iowa 259, Heartland Christian No team score (Medalist: Jolean McClane, Southwest Iowa 48)

BOYS

CAM 185, Adair-Casey 256, Riverside No team score, Lenox No team score (Medalist: Tyler Krueger, Riverside 39. Runner-Up: Collin Giegerich, CAM 42) CAMACLenoxRiverside04262016
Clarinda 170, Red Oak 196 (Medalist: Carlton Rahn, Clarinda 36)
Creston finished 3rd at the North-South Classic at Centerville. Lead Golfer: Kyle Somers, 77.
Glenwood 153, Shenandoah 164 (Medalist: Kobe Rhodes, Glenwood 32)
Kuemper Catholic 159, Boone 164, Carlisle 190 (Medalist: Mitchell Ludwig, Kuemper Catholic 36)
Nishnabotna 182, Heartland Christian 199, East Mills 199, Southwest Iowa 214 (Medalist: Jared Williamson, Nishnabotna 39)
Treynor 172, St. Albert 192 (Medalist: Nathan Hill, Treynor 39)

(Podcast) KJAN 8-a.m. News, 4/27/2016

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April 27th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

More area and State news from KJAN News Director Ric Hanson.

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High School Track Scoreboard Tuesday 04/27/2016

Sports

April 27th, 2016 by Chris Parks

Audubon Co-Ed Wheeler Relays

GIRLS

  1. Panorama 108
  2. Guthrie Center 64
  3. IKM-Manning 50
  4. Missouri Valley 44
  5. Audubon 43
  6. Coon Rapids-Bayard 39
  7. Griswold 38
  8. Underwood 32
  9. CAM 28
  10. Exira-EHK 13
  11. Adair-Casey 3

Panorama won 4 individual events and the Shuttle Hurdle Relay on their way to the title. Guthrie Center had wins from Savana Fuller in the 100m and 200m.  Shyanne Sporrer of IKM-Manning won the 800m and Payton Sporrer won the 3000m.  Sarah Heck of Coon Rapids-Bayard won the Long Jump.

Griswold won the 4x800m Relay and Underwood won the Distance Medley.

Full results here.

BOYS

  1. Underwood 86
  2. Audubon 77
  3. Treynor 74
  4. Griswold 47
  5. Panorama 45
  6. Guthrie Center 31
  7. IKM-Manning 30
  8. Exira-EHK 21
  9. Coon Rapids-Bayard 20
  10. Tri-Center 17
  11. CAM 11

Underwood picked up their lone win from Gavin Crawford in the 200m but finished well in many other events in order to take the team title.

Audubon won the Shuttle Hurdle Relay and had Mitchell Nelsen win the 110m Hurdles.

Jadon Jahnke of Griswold won the High Jump and the Long Jump.  Exira-EHK’s Martin Olsen won the Shot Put.

Full results here.

Fremont-Mills Co-Ed Invitational

GIRLS

  1. Sidney 139
  2. Clarinda 78
  3. Fremont-Mills 75
  4. Glenwood JV 67
  5. Stanton 52
  6. East Mills 24
  7. Clarinda Academy 8
  8. South Page 8
  9. Nishnabotna 6

Lexy Larsen of Sidney won the 100m and 200m.  Mackenzie Daffer won the 400m and 400m Hurdles for the Cowgirls, Hannah Apperson won the 800m, Jaden Daffer won the 100m Hurdles, and Maryn Phillips won the Shot Put.

Full results here.

BOYS

  1. Fremont-Mills 112
  2. AHSTW 82
  3. Stanton 78
  4. Sidney 61
  5. East Mills 51
  6. Glenwood JV 38

Fremont-Mills won three events on their way to the team title.

Gage Clay of AHSTW won the 100m and 200m. Dalton Fischer won the 3200m Run for the Vikings.

Full results here.

Mt. Ayr Boys Raider Relays

Class A

  1. Clarinda 59
  2. Earlham 58
  3. Southwest Valley 41
  4. Mount Ayr 40
  5. Pleasantville 28

Class B

  1. Nodaway Valley 69
  2. Wayne 48
  3. Lenox 46
  4. Murray 30
  5. Lamoni 23

Nodaway Valley got wins from Jared Corder in the 400m and the Wolverines won the 4x800m Relay.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27th

Trading Post

April 27th, 2016 by Jim Field

WANTED:  A sway bar for a bumper hitch camper. Call 712-268-2713 or leave a message if no answer.  FOUND!

FOR SALE:  4  self-watering window boxes.   They are white in color and made of sturdy frost resistant  plastic.  Dimensions:  36″ long, 9″deep, 8″ high.  Mounting  brackets are metal.  They were purchased from Garden Supply.  Would like $20.00 each.  Can be viewed at 1503 Hazel, Atlantic, Iowa.  We will be painting the house soon and taking them down.  Phone # 712-243-3048.

FOR SALE:  A horse-drawn buggy.  Approximately 100 years old, in good shape.  Also a one horse harness.  Call Roger Nelson at 712-243-1822.

FREE:  We have a 10 year old Pride Jet 3 Ultra electric wheel chair to give away to someone who needs one.  We replaced the batteries 4 years ago when we got it.  It has maintained a charge and is charged up and ready to go.  Took it for a ride the other day and had no problem.  Does not have a head rest.  Comes with charging cord.  As is.  Is in pretty nice shape for an older model.  If you need one, we need to get it out of the way.  Unable to deliver so you would have to pick up.  If interested please call 712-243-6905.  If no answer please leave a message.  CLAIMED!

wheelchair

FOR SALE: Brand new 20″ boys black bike, brand is Micargi Jetta “Beach Cruiser” bike, $100 obo; Cozzia massage chair, product id #EC-618B, have owners manual, $3,000. 712-485-9071 Neola.

FOR SALE: Back brace and two knee braces in good condition, all for $50.  Also farm fresh eggs for sale for $2/dozen. Call 712-249-4005.

Special Weather Statement: Strong winds this morning

Weather

April 27th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

SAC-CRAWFORD-CARROLL-AUDUBON-GUTHRIE-DALLAS COUNTES…
745 AM CDT WED APR 27 2016

…BRIEF PERIOD OF STRONG WINDS WITH MORNING THUNDERSTORMS…

AS A LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS LIFTS NORTH THROUGH CENTRAL IOWA THIS MORNING…EXPECT WINDS TO INCREASE TO 25 TO 35 MPH SUSTAINED WITH GUSTS OVER 50 MPH. THESE WINDS SHOULD ONLY PERSIST FOR A SHORT TIME BEFORE DECREASING. MOTORISTS SHOULD BE ALERT TO RAPIDLY CHANGING WIND CONDITIONS IN AND AROUND THESE STORMS.

Creston Police amend charges against drug suspect

News

April 27th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

In an update to our report Tuesday morning, Creston Police today (Wednesday), said one of two women arrested Tuesday on drug charges, faces more charges. 40-year old Amy Crispin, of Creston, now faces two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance/3rd or subsequent offense. Crispin, and 21-year old Kami Hilton, also of Creston, were arrested between 2:15-and 2:25-a.m., Tuesday. Hilton still faces a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance with the intent to deliver. Both women were being held in the Ringgold County Jail on $5,000 bond, each.

Creston Police report also, 14-year old Nathan Rains, of West Des Moines, was referred to Juvenile Services Tuesday evening, after he was allegedly found to be in possession of marijuana in the 1200 block of N. Walnut Street, in Creston. The teens was subsequently released to the custody of his mother.

And, a Creston woman reported to police Tuesday afternoon, that sometime between 3-and 4:30-p.m., Tuesday, someone entered her apartment at 212 N. Oak Street, and stole an X-Box 1, 2 controllers, an X-Box 1 game, and a charger for the controllers. The culprit may have entered the apartment through a window. The loss was estimated at $500.

Atlantic School Board to discuss Special Election this evening

News

April 27th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

The Atlantic School District’s Board of Education will meet in a regular session this evening at the High School Media Center. Their meeting begins at 5:30-p.m.  During the session, the Board will act on hiring, transfers and resignations, along with approving the 2016-17 Non-Certified staff’s tentative contract agreement.

During the discussion phase of their meeting, the Atlantic School Board will hear presentations with regard to: The Home/School Program; ELL Program, and Spring 2016 Iowa Assessments Board. They’ll also talk more about a proposed Special Election for an income surtax.

During their meeting two weeks ago, the Board agreed they still want to bring an income surtax vote back before patrons of district. Board Secretary/District Business Manager Mary Beth Fast said at the time, that the earliest the surtax could be placed before patrons of the district, is a special election on Sept. 13th. The Board would need to have a ballot request submitted to County Election Commissioner Dale Sunderman by no later than July 29th. The next available dates for Special Elections are in December 2016, and February or April, 2017.

Last September, voters rejected a public measure to add an income tax surcharge component to the district’s Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL). Business Manager Mary Beth Fast has stated in previous meetings, that the maximum surtax the District could impose, if approved by the voters, is 10-percent. She said even if the District requested a nine-percent surtax, that would generate $300,000 and make for 67-cents difference in property tax relief.

Heartbeat Today 4-27-2016

Heartbeat Today, Podcasts

April 27th, 2016 by Jim Field

Jim Field visits with Lora Kanning about the Young Professionals of Atlantic Gala and awards.

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(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 4/27/2016

Podcasts, Sports

April 27th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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