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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hays, Kansas
In other news a2 the Hays daily news thursday dec. 13, 2012 watch for breaking news at Calendar today a Healing hearts 7 ., Center for life experiences 2900 Hall. Support for family members who Are Healing from the death of a child. A thursday night pitch 7 to 9 ., Hays recreation Center 1105 Canterbury. A if you can to walk a straight line dial a straight line. If you be been drinking tonight Call Safe ride at 621-2580 to get Home safely. Service operates in Hays from 10 To 3 . Wednesdays to saturdays. Friday saturday a Vincent the annual Christmas display of the Little town of Bethlehem noon to 5 At St. Boniface Church Rural Vincent. Groups can Call 785 735-4836, or 785 735-9282 for an appointment during the week. A live nativity 6 First presbyterian Church 29th and Hall. Sponsored by to Luth Terian youth group. A habitat for humanity restore 9 to 2 ., the mall. Sunday a Healing after loss of suicide is a place where people who have lost loved ones to suicide can connect with each other and provide Hope support and encouragement. It meets the second and fourth mondays at 7 At the Center for life experiences 2900 Hall. For information Call 785 625-2847, a Grainfield Singer songwriter Stephanie Pauline Denver will perform a live Christmas concert 2 ., Grainfield opera House. Tickets $15. Contact Diana Kaiser 785 938-4416. A Rush Center Walnut Valley senior citizens will have a potato bar 11 . To 1 Walnut Valley senior Center. Serving baked potatoes salad bar dessert and drinks. Proceeds will maintain the former school building in Rush Center. For information Call 785 372-1212. A Phillipsburg a amp a Railroad Christmas train show 2 And 4 ., Huck Boyd Community Center. Make reservations at 785 543-5535. A live nativity 6 First presbyterian Church 29th and Hall. Sponsored by to Luth Terian youth group. Monday Grinnell Community blood drive noon to 6 ., vow. A monday night pinochle 7 to 9 ., Hays recreation Center 1105 Canterbury. Kin Cheung a associated press twelve couples take part in a mass wedding ceremony wednesday in Hong Kong. At least 700 couples were expected to get married in Hong Kong on the Date 12/12/12. A la Crosse Community blood drive noon to 6 City auditorium. A Wear red a Wear red shirt or tie in support of . Troops. Judge revokes Lohan s Proba Loii sets hear big los Angeles a a judge revoked Lindsay to hands probation wednesday and scheduled a hearing that could result in More jail time for the actress. The ruling in los Angeles came As the 26-year-old actress a who did not appear in court a faces Misdemeanour counts of reckless driving lying to a police of Cassidy among nouse leadership Lohan finer and obstructing an officer from performing duties after an Accident in which her porsche slammed into the Back of a dump truck in june. Lohan told police in Santa Monica her assistant was driving but detectives believe the actress was behind the wheel. Lohan was on probation at the time after being convicted of the Misdemeanour theft of a necklace. A probation violation hearing was set for Jan. 15. A judge could sentence the actress up to 245 Days in jail after the Santa Monica Case is resolved. Lohan was not required to appear in court wednesday. She was represented by her attorney Shawn Holley who did not immediately return an email message seeking comment after the hearing. Lohan also faces a Misdemeanour assault charge in new York after a woman claimed she was hit by the actress at a nightclub. In Opeka a the list of Kansas i Louse committee chairmen and chairwoman for 2013-14 is a mix of holdovers and newcomers. The Lone Northwest Kansas re resent Tive named a House chairman is state of a Ward Cassidy a St. Fri icis who will Lead the flu cation budget committee a a subcommittee of the a proper nations committee. Cassidy served on the taxi cation committee during his freshman term. He replaces Fordon Topeka who did no to seek re election and is now acting state labor Secretary. Incoming speaker Ray Merrick a Stilwell Republican the list tuesday. He also released a list of five a in privations subcommittee leaders. In he House will have 20 standing committees Down from 22. Merrick combined the children and family committee with the aging and Long term care committee and he merged the elections and local government committees. He eliminated the government Ellic ency committee. But he split the Energy ibid utilities committee into separate panels la r Energy anti environment Yuul for utilities ibid telecommunications. Cassidy All committee leaders Are republicans in keeping with the Gopas 92-33 majority. T he stailing committee chairmen and chairwoman a agriculture and natural resources Sharon Schwartz Washington. She replaces Larry Powell. Garden City who won a seat in the Senate. A appropriations Marc Rhoades Newton. A children and seniors Connie of Brien Tonganoxie. The children and families committee had been led by Mike Kiegerl Olathe who did no to see re election. The aging and Long term care committees chairman was the late Bob Bethell of Alden. A Commerce and economic development Marvin Kleeb of Overland Park. He replaces Anthony Brown Eudora who ran unsuccessfully for the Senate. A corrections and juvenile Justice John Rubin Shawnee he replaces Pat Colloton Leawood who ran unsuccessfully for the Senate. A education Kasha Kelley Arkansas City. She replaces Clay Aurand Belleville who lost his seat in this years elections. A elections and local government Scott Schwab Olathe previously chairman of the elections committee. The local government committee had been led by Steve Huebert of Valley Center. A Energy and environment Dennis Hedke Wichita. The Energy and utilities committees chairman was Carl Dean hol Mes. Liberal who lost his seat. A Federal and state affairs Arlen Siegfreid Olathe. He replaces Steve Brunk Bel Aire. A financial institutions Pete Degraaf Mulvane. He replaces Forrest Knox Altoona who was elected to the Senate. A health and human services David Crum Augusta. He replaces Brenda Landwehr Wichita who lost her seat. A insurance Clark Shultz Mcpherson. A judiciary Lance Kinzer Olathe. A pensions and benefits Steve Johnson Assaria. He replaces Mitch Holmes St. John who was elected to the Senate. A rules and journal Shultz. A taxation Richard Carlson St. Marys. A transportation Richard Proehl Parsons. He replaces Gary Hayzlett Lakin who did no to seek re election. A utilities and telecommunications Joe Seiwert pretty Prairie. A veterans military and Homeland Security Mario Goico Wichita. A vision 2020 Tom Sloan Lawrence. Fhe a subcommittee leaders a agriculture and natural resources Kyle Hoffman cold water replacing Schwartz. A education budget Cassidy St. Francis. A general government Degraaf who replaces Joe Mcleland Wichita who did no to seek re election. A social services Brian Weber Dodge City replacing Crum a transportation and Public safety Virgil Peck Tyro. Reports Hays police dept. Tuesday four animal Calls three traffic stops assist 100 Block West 12th motor vehicle Accident 22nd and general Custer welfare Check 2000 Block Patio abandoned vehicle 1300 Block East 15th abandoned vehicle 1300 Block Holmes Road unattended death 400 Block East 18th juvenile complaint 200 Block West 29th criminal damage to property 700 Block East seventh Domestic disturbance 100 Block East 19th motor vehicle Accident private property 4300 Block Vine motor vehicle Accident 100 Block East 43rd burglary vehicle 700 Block East sixth motor vehicle Accident private property 2700 Block Vine abandoned vehicle 200 Block East 18th unwanted person 500 Block West 19th warrant service failure to appear 4300 Block Vine drug offences 600 Block East seventh disturbance noise 1300 Block Douglas civil dispute 100 Block West 12th Ellis county sheriff tuesday criminal transport Norton Survey work starting soon in Decatur county special to the Hays daily news starting wednesday and continuing for approximately four weeks a Survey team from the Kansas department of transportation will Survey along . Highway 83 in Decatur county. The Survey work will take place just South of the . 36 Junction. Specifically the Survey will focus on the Bridge located Over the drainage tributary of Sappa Creek. The Survey is necessary for the detailed design of the replacement of the Bridge. For More information regarding the land Survey Call Kristen brands 785 877-3315 or email Kristen by . 3rugmaker plans another Stu by for alzheimer a drug 1n1 iana1 Lis a Eli 1 july a a exist mental alzheimer a Trug has flashed potential to help with mild rates of the disease hut patients and doctors will have to wait a Lew More years to learn whether regulate it is will allow the to s a ill it. 1 july said wednesday it will Launiu h anotln�?~1 late stage study of the drug Solan eur Nab no later than next year s third Quarter. T he company a Stock Sli it put a in mid Flay trading. I he Indianapolis dog Raker a Iid in August the intravenous treat it it i filed to slow memory decline in two late stage studies of a 1,000 patients each. But scientists saw a statist ally significant slowing when they Ctm shined Trizil data. Pooled results of Jund 34 pen edit mental decline in mild alzheimer a patients come it and with those on a Fiske treatment for 18 months. I Sean hers also saw a statistically significant result when they Exi mined a Suh gup of a patients with mild cases of alzheimer a disease. I july will attempt to on firm that Benefit in the new trial in fore it seeks . Regulatory approval something Ilia lists widely expected the drug maker to do alter it i bounced the Init id results. Fhe additional study could help 1 july build a better Case with . Regulators. But it Likely will take a few years to learn the results. Resean hers will hav it to measure Over time a patients rate of cognitive decline which involves the ability Rene Mem r things. Giti analyst Andrew Baum said in a Resean h note the study Likely will be compleat Ltd a l y the second half of 201.5. He expects the drug if approved to launch in 2017. Drug makers have tried and failed f it a years to do a Zelop successful treatments for alzheimer a and patients did doctors an ii pious for something that can slow its Progn . Solan Ezuma is one of the potential Alulu imers drugs in late Stagi testing. invited to apply for 2018 Grants special to the Hays daily news Topeka a the Kansas humanities Council recently announced Grant opportunities available to Kansas nonprofits in 2013. Kansas humanities Council Grants support projects that use the humanities to connect people with ideas and history. Eligible projects include efforts such As museum exhibitions Short films that strengthen Community and encourage discussions Oral history photograph digitization and research projects. The 2013 Grant deadlines Are feb. 27, May 29 and sept. 25. Grant guidelines Are available at wow. . For More information on the nonprofit Kansas humanities Council visit wow. . A a mme a a a a a a a Fri. 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