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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - November 21, 2009, Atchison, Kansas INSIDE Lincolns NEK Page 4 November 2009 KANSAS YOUR YOUR YOUR SPORTS Globe players of the Page IB Volume 132 97 reward for Kimmi MARY Globe The children of Patricia Kimmi implore the public to come forward with infor mation Thursday at Horton Fire Gene and Tony far look on as David Kimmi and Rita show the type of rub ber memory bands their mother wears in honor of her deceased BY MARY MEYERS marymeyers@npgco.com AtchlsonGLOBE Despite sketchy a reward is on the table as an incentive to solve the mys tery that surrounds a rural Horton womans Along with a pledge to find their friends and family of Patricia Kimmi have offered a reward for information that leads to arrest and convic tion related to her recent sus pected An anony mous donor offered an addition al Friday wherever you we will get to you and bring you was the message Kimmis Rita read aloud Thursday on behalf of the missing womans We love you and we will never stop Boilers three and Tony surrounded Authorities believe was forcibly taken from her home about a mile and a half south of Horton in a west ern portion of Atchison County on 6 For whoever did you will have a day of Boiler Gods arms are around us at this Son Gene Kimmi said for mfli Patricia Klmml mal search efforts were sched uled to resume at 9 today as volunteers were poised to gather for direction at Horton Fire whatever it takes to bring her Gene Im ready to bring her He added that he expected weekend search efforts to be and that the quest for his mother would start about noon Sunday and continue until The Horton fire station is Please see 5 through water issues BY PATTY MOORE pattymoore@npgco.com M AtchlsonGLOBE One water issue is being absorbed by commissioners mopped up aMcnison City absorbing informa tion con tained in a proposal for estab lishment of a city storm water Ive recommended creat ing a storm water utility with preliminary funding through flat rate fees on utility starting in January said Mike utilities This would be in connection with storm water and EPA man dates for better control of flood or contamination Atchison is not current ly targeted for a storm water Mathews But it will to reduce flood risks through management pro grams on storm water con struction Atchison is under an EPAmandate to separate Please see 5 Turkey hurlirT KATY Globe Jean Miller bowling form during the Globes Thanksgiving Turkey Bowling at CpuntrffflarJWednesday Jean tied for downing eight Flrstpjace knocked down nine pins in one throw to receive a of Country Family hope endears for BY MARY MEYERS marymeyers@npgco.com AtchlsonGLOBE White ribbons tied to a fence along a country road are set to remain until Ninny comes home to her Patricia Kimmis Rita Tony and David agreed her grandchildren might not understand why their Ninny has not been at Please see 5 MARY Globe A Kimmi family vehicle displays a plea for information related to the disappearance of Patricia who was abducted within two days of the second anniversary of the day her granddaughter Taylor Nichple Kimrril unexpectedly died from a heart Flu vaccine scarce remains On the Kansas Department of Health and Environment report ed the Wednesday death from H1N1 complications of a 75yearold Topeka pattymoore@npgco.com AtchlsonGLOBE Flu activity in Kansas remains very high as a virus continues to circu late throughout the and H1N1 vaccine Please see 5 overtiiSioiney Creek stones BY MARY MEYERS AtchlsonGLOBE Ten vandalized tombstones in Corpus Christ Cemetery at Mooney Creek emerged as the cen ter of an ongoing investigation in Jefferson Paul cemetery caretak said it appeared the grave markers were shoved over by The stones were dislodged I think of foolish Lemke said of the van dalism Itsbeyond He estimated the repair work might cost more than He expected to contact family mem bers of the deceased whose mark ers were Two of the stones were and the others were The stones appeared to have dated back as early as and ranged to Kramer and Noll family members stones were Lemke said his grandpar an uncle and an aunts stones were He added that a similar crime occurred about 10 years ago in the opposite corner of the A spokeswoman from Jefferson County Sheriffs Department said authorities MARY Globe Several stones lay atop the grass in the northwest corner of Please see 5 the graveyard at Corpus Christ Cemetery in Mooney features BC A documentary featuring Benedictine College stu dents at the January 2009 March for Life will air at 9 on cable thine Eyes A Witness to the March for Life was filmed during the 36th annual event in where an estimated The crowd was gener ally comprised of generation Y which we are part BC junior Phil The prolife move ment is alive and well in the hearts of young Catholics in H1N1 clinics at Troy Those eligible for H1N1 vaccine can now receive immunizations at the Donipnan County Health 201 Main in Walkin clinics are scheduled from 14 every Wednesday for preg nant health care persons aged six months to 24 care givers or people who reside infants under six anyone 25 to 64 years of age With underlying health INSIDE Second MAIN NUMBER 6