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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Garden City, KansasBy Angie Haflich Haflich a Telegram. Com thanks to the generosity of others each year the Finney county United Way is Able to help a multitude of people in a multitude of ways. Because of cuts in state and local government funding and an increasingly competitive Grant application process the United ways annual fundraising Campaign is As important As Ever to nearly two dozen area agencies that provide health education or social services. This year 23 agencies Are requesting funds from United Way. Susan Escareno executive director of the Finney county United Way said go to a Telegram. Com to see a photo gallery from the first chs football game of the season. $ 1.25 volume 86, no. 212 4 sections 26 pages saturday september 5, 2015 fast Start buffs give coach Hill first opening win. Page d1 students pursuing studies no traditionally. Page b1 whats inside annies advice. B3 classified. C3 comics. C2 obituaries. A2 opinion. A4 police blotter. A2 state. A3 to listings. B3 weather. A8 Market prices weather forecast Grain prices at the Garden City Coop wheat. 3.98 Corn. 3.67 Milo. 3.12 soybeans. 8.02 Schwieterman inc. Reported Chicago live cattle futures oct. Dec. Feb. High. 142.62 144.70. 144.30 Low. 141.25 143.42. 143.35 stand. 141.30 143.55. 143.40 today Breezy warm sunny High 96, Low 69. Sunday partly Cloudy warm High 95, Low 65. 6 pm saturday september 12, 2015 questions 620 276 6243 friends of Lee Richardson zoo 10th annual Benefit auction a wild affair celebrating Funky Monkey style with 40 years of hip & happening friends 240935 by Austin Fisher Fisher a Telegram. Com raising a child even if they re not your first can be stressful especially if you dont know where to look for help. Thankfully there Are Many organizations programs and services in the Garden City area that Are available to help new parents keep their kids Happy and healthy. Renee Hulett director of maternal child services at St. Catherine said settling into a new family routine can be stressful. Welcoming a baby into your Home is a huge life event Hulett said. They need to realize that they re not a failure or a bad Parent if they get frustrated or if they cant handle something. Hulett said when parents Are admitted into the prenatal clinic they Are reminded that every baby needs to have a car seat. St. Catherine Hospital Russell child development Center and the Garden City police department work together to ensure that new families Are Safe when they leave the hospitals maternity Ward. At the hospitals monthly prenatal classes officer Troy Davis with the Cpd talks about How to secure babies in care seats Hulett said. Our staff know How to secure babies in straps. If parents dont have a car seat we partner with Russell child development to provide one she said. Martha Hernandez a certified passenger safety technician at Rcd said car seats and other child restraints Are often used incorrectly or not at All. She pointed out that in 2006, the National Highway traffic safety administration found that 72 percent of nearly 3,500 observed car seats and Booster seats were misused in a Way that could be expected to increase a Childs risk of injury during a crash. Francisca Devora also a certified passenger safety technician at Rcd said the problem gets worse As kids grow older because a larger percentage either parenting resources plentiful in area James m. Dobson Telegram certified passenger safety technician Francisca Devora helps Thomas Mcgrath demonstrate How to properly install a High Back Booster seat Friday at the Russell child development Center. By Jonathan Shorman the Topeka capital journal video shows officers at the Kansas juvenile correctional Complex did not Complete required checks of children at a higher risk of suicide even though the workers documented they had a state audit reveals. A performance audit released Friday of the Topeka facility found that in multiple cases officers who were assigned to perform checks of juvenile offenders in suicide precaution indicated on a log that they had performed the checks. In reality auditors said they had either simply not conducted them or had not performed the required number. In addition officers were either late or missed conducting visual checks on other parts of the facility yes population in the cases reviewed the legislative Post audit investigation found. The audit also shows several times where officers did not stagger the timing of their checks of juvenile offenders on suicide precaution As required by policy. Auditors were following up on a brutal 2012 audit of the juvenile correctional Complex that unearthed numerous problems at the facility. The new audit found the Complex had substantially addressed nine of the 12 recommendations made by the 2012 audit. But auditors also found Brownback Coy on Kypers privatization see Brownback Page a5 through local generosity United Way helps others. Brad Nading Telegram the United Way Campaign sign for this year located at Fleming Street and Kansas Avenue displays 30 percent of the goal achieved As of thursday. Community Impact see United Way Page a5 see parenting resources Page a5 Escareno a s medical clinic 620 408 9700 2200 summer Lon cir., suite a Dodge City on october 1st, 2015, c & s medical clinic will be under new management at the same location with the same staff. We will transition to the new management during the week of september 22nd, september 30th. We look Forward to continue giving you the service you deserve. We Are pleased to announce the addition of Richard a. Snodgrass m. D. To a full time practice. 242045

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