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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Garden City, KansasFollow us on twitter at @ a Telegram and @ go sports for the latest local and sports news. Saturday july 11, 2015 $ 1.25 volume 86, no. 164 4 sections 26 pages lbs Bible school offering up fun Fellowship. Page b1 one for the Ages Federer tops Murray sets up rematch with Djokovic at Wimbledon. Page d1 whats inside annies advice. B4 classified. C2 comics. B5 obituaries. A2 opinion. A4 police blotter. A2 state. A6 to listings. B4 weather. A8 Market prices weather forecast Grain prices at the Garden City Coop wheat. 5.29 Corn. 4.45 Milo. 4.35 soybeans. 9.57 Schwieterman inc. Reported Chicago live cattle futures aug. Oct. Dec. High. 149.12 152.17. 153.20 Low. 147.35 150.30. 151.75 stand. 147.40 150.30. 151.80 today mostly sunny High 96, Low 68. Sunday sunny High 100, Low 71. 241233 Brad Nading Telegram Julie Johnson 15, left lays Down a card As she and Tessa Johnson 12, sit on a Blanket and play a game of dutch Blitz Friday night in Stevens Park while listening to music from the Garden City municipal band during its weekly concert. Concert in the cards by Alana Flinn Oflinn a Telegram. Com As Many of the area Grain elevators total their averages for the wheat Harvest a collective response is that Many yields Are All Over the Board while several test weights have been similar. Several co Ops throughout the Southwest Kansas area reported less than average yields while the Kansas wheat commission reported better than expected results. Kansas wheat commission program assistant Jordan Hildebrand said Farmers in Southwest Kansas who waited to Harvest until late june had the Best results from their crop with the Overall Southwest Kansas yield average being 20 to 30 bushels an acre with test weights ranging from 58 to 60 pounds per Bushel. A lot of folks who did not already rip up their wheat and waited it out ended up getting those late season Rains in May and Early june and that did help things out quite a bit Hildebrand said. That was really wheat yields vary James m. Dobson Telegram Grain elevator worker David Martinez controls the flow of Grain from a trailer at the Garden City Coop Grain elevator. The elevator has been seeing a constant Stream of traffic from trucks carrying Grain. James m. Dobson Telegram a trailer is filled with Milo at the Garden City Coop Friday. For the last three weeks a steady Stream of trucks unloaded and loaded wheat and Milo. Harvest a mixed bag by Molly Hennessy Fiske los Angeles times new Orleans tvs lawyers for the Obama administration and a coalition of states squared off in Federal court Friday Over whether president Barack Obama has the authority to launch programs that would shield millions of people from deportation. Texas and 25 other states have filed suit to halt the programs. Lawyers for the administration argued that the Federal government not the states sets immigration policy and that the president acted properly when creating programs that could affect up to 5 million people living in the country illegally. Texas believes it can haul the Federal government into court and prevent it from making changes to immigration policy Benjamin c. Mizer principal Deputy assistant attorney general for the Justice departments civil division told a panel of Federal judges. When the states operate in the realm of immigration policy they Are operating in a realm that is exclusively a Federal one. Texas argument Mizer said flips federalism and the supremacy clause on its head while its our position that were at the Apex of executive authority. Texas solicitor general Scott Keller later countered that one of the administrations programs known As Dapa would be one of the greatest changes in immigration policy in u. S. History. He added that we Are not trying to Block Federal statutes. Quite the contrary we Are trying to get the executive to abide by congressional statutes. Keller said that when states entered the Union they surrendered their Sovereign rights in the immigration context they did so with the understanding that Congress would regulate it. The arguments were heard by three judges selected at random from the 5th circuit court of appeals Jennifer Walker Elrod Jerry e. Smith and Carolyn Dineen King the first two conservatives appointed by Republican presidents the third a moderate appointed by a Democrat. The 15 judges on the 5th circuit which meets in new Orleans Are responsible for cases from Louisiana Mississippi and Texas. The conflict Over the presidents executive action on immigration began in december when Texas officials filed suit against the programs before they could Start joined by 25 other states. About a dozen states including California and new York by Michael Maresh Maresh a Telegram. Com the criminal arrest affidavit against a 38 year old Garden City woman who made National news after being arrested on drug allegations and having her 11 year old son put into protective custody details what her son told investigators about drug use in their Home. Shona Banda is charged with endangering a child unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school Possession of paraphernalia to use controlled substances and Possession of paraphernalia with intent to manufacture Plant or cultivate a controlled substance. According to authorities the drug investigation and child indeed of care Case came about As a result of comments Bandas son made during a drug education program March 24 at his school Bernadine Sitts intermediate Center that resulted in the department of children and families and Garden City police department being contacted. According to police the boy said his Mother and other adults in his residence were avid drug users and there was a lot of drug use occurring in his residence which led police to suspect drugs affidavit details boys account of drug use Bandas 11 year old son told police about rampant marijuana use in his Home. Coalition questions Obama authority on deportation see Banda Page a5 see Harvest Page a5 see Obama Page a5

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