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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hays, Kansas It to to of15 1. R by ring spirit Kim Saaranen of great Plains manufacturing Sauna on wednesday sorts $26,000 Worth of toys donated by employees for St. Francis cok Unity services. Tom Dorsey special to the Hon a3 thursday dec. 13, 2012 the state briefs baby who Twal Weil Feather at Home Hutchinson a a Hutchinson baby who apparently ingested a Feather is Home from the Hospital and doing Well. Mya Whittington 6 months was hospitalized this weekend while doctors tried to determine Why her jaw swelled. Eventually a doctor pulled a 2-Inch Feather from her neck. The girls father Aaron Whittington said wednesday the baby was Home from the Hospital. Doctors decided not to treat an enlarged area on her neck that has a hard knot inside it. They said the area will heal on its own. The Little girl has become something of a Media Star. Whittington said the family has received numerous requests for interviews to discuss his daughters unusual medical drama. Pay you vehicle tax pick up a Park permit Topeka a two agencies Are teaming to make it easier to buy annual permits for visits to state Parks. The initiative of the Revenue department and the department of wildlife Parks and tourism will let residents buy annual Park permits when they Register vehicles in 2013. Previously buying the permit and registering a vehicle were two separate transactions. The Parks department also said a Kansas state Parks passport will Cost approximately $15 when bought during the vehicle registration process. The regular Price is $25. The Parks Agency sought the new arrangement in the 2012 legislative session As a Way to attract More Park visitors. One dead another critical i Wadi la shooting Wichita a Wichita police said a Man died and a woman is in critical condition after a wednesday shooting. Officers went to a Home in Southeast Wichita on wednesday evening and heard a gunshot. When officers arrived at the Home after receiving a report of a shooting they heard another gunshot. Upon entering they found the victims. No third party is believed to be involved. Fri a the Hays area chamber of Commerce will have a chamber Chat at 9 . Friday at threshold web amp graphic designs 203 e. Seventh Ste. , Kan. A these Kansas lotteries were drawn wednesday daily pick 31-8-9 super Kansas cash06-17-19-26-28 Cash Ball 21 Kansas 2 by 2red balls 7-25 White balls 16-17 hot lotto07-24-27-31-34 hot Ball 19 Power Ball 08-10-25-36-44 Power Ball 28corrections we encourage readers who find an error to Contact us at 785 628-1081. Ask for Patrick Lowry editor and publisher or Ron Fields managing editor or email the editors at or . Dancers raise Meney Fer ailing 2-year-old by Dawne Leiker contributing to the Community has become a Holiday tradition for the dancers at Jackie creamers the dance studio. For four years the studios vision dance company members have chosen not to participate in a customary gift Exchange instead pooling their resources for local causes. This year funds from the 84 members will go toward medical expenses for Liam Edwards a 2-year old Hays boy diagnosed with two rare diseases Ops clonus my clonus syndrome an autoimmune disorder and Carolis syndrome a disease of the liver. Jackie Creamer after Reading about Liam a medical challenges in a recent Hays daily news article proposed to her dancers this years donation go toward Liam a expenses. A when i read that Story about Liam in the newspaper it was so heartbreaking a a Creamer said. Updating his condition wednesday afternoon Ashley Edwards Liam a mom was encouraged at his Progress and said he now is walking. A fund for Liam a medical expenses has been established at Emprise Bank under Ashley and Ian Edwards names. Creamer and More than 20 of her upper level dancers discussed the dance company a donation process monday evening i before their rehearsal at creamers downtown Hays studio. Their christmastime donations began four years ago As a result of a suggestion from former vision dance company member Kylee Watts. A i think the parents were just ecstatic a a Creamer said of Watts suggestion. A a it a something everybody needs to think about. A since then we be just known that a what we re going to do every by contributing to worthy causes such As big Brothers big Sisters of Ellis county and others in need the Giris have gained a deeper sense of their own blessings. A obviously they have healthy bodies because they re Here using their bodies every Day a Creamer said. A and they have parents that have enough time and finances to support pretty much what they want to do. A when life is Good you just kind of go Day to Day living until something reminds you How fortunate you in addition to helping them appreciate their blessings working together to contribute to a cause has strengthened the members As a team. A we Are a very string team together and we get to share it wit i other people Liat done to get As much As we do a said Kristyn Hob key a Hays High school Sophomore. Its a Bond that might in stronger some of the members indicated because the team comes from a close knit Western Kansas Community. A i done to think you a find something like this Neces Dawne Leiker a Hays daily news members of Jackie creamers vision dance company discuss their donation to Liam Edwards fund before mondays rehearsal at the downtown Hays dance studio. Warily in a bigger City a said Reagan Kaiser an has Junior. A a it a something special about us. A a we re so connected to our Many of the dancers now in High school and College began dancing at the studio As Presch k lers or Kinder Gart ners. Their hours together have created a family Bond. In heir philanthropic efforts have not Only benefited the people the dance team has donated to but also have broadened the perspective of the dancers. A it makes us realize the season Isnit about what you get in gifts its what you can give to other people a said a Ici sonntag a fort Hays state University freshman. A even though some of us can Only give s5, All together we me a big Impact. And that a what matters in the a petition lands on no Eiskamp desk a Justin Lubbers lifts Alexa Hemmert above his head during wednes a rehearsal for the Holiday classic a the Nutcracker a which will be this weekend in Garden City. Brad Nading a special to the Hays daily news Ansas finance Council oks funding requests Topeka a Kansas officials wednesday a n a Ltd cd releasing $1 million to implement the states new system for administering medicaid services. The Kansas de Arti nent of health and environment asked the state finance Council to an give the Funtos for the Billing system for Kan care the states revised medic Aid program. Cd he a Kari Brulett who oversees the division of Heidith care finance said the Billing system will help with the trails Tion to the new Kiu icare format ally Wing pm viders to continue to Bill f r payment for services without intern option. The state arc Ady has awarded three year contracts to Kuisas subsidiaries of three multimillion Dollar out of state companies and assigned Eracli medic Iii Partick Pipit to one of them. The state cowers medical services for approximately 395,000 Kejr disabled and elderly kans . Brulett a Iid j providers will have the option to continue to f ill the state pc it a services or go through one of the managed care or Giulii nations As the new system begins functioning. By Mary Clarkin special to the Hays daily news copies of a petition bearing 1,306 names and urging Congress to a act now to support extending the wind Energy production tax c Redit Are being hand delivered to congressional offices in Kansas. On wednesday a do legation of seven fax Ciple took the Fie i Tion to . Rep. Tim a office in the first nation Al Bank building. Huells maj is in Washington but District scheduler Josh Bell met tie Gnup and acce Teci the petition i Long with a study stating 12,316 jobs Din t ibid indirect have been created by Kansas wind generation. The production tax credit is slated to expire at the end of the year. Uncertainty about the life of the tax credit has been blamed for layoffs in the Energy sector including at Siemens w5nd Power Hutchinson. Jason Ball in his first Day As president and chief executive officer of the Hutchinson Reno county Cal Dunber of Commerce was part of the delegation along with Firner Chamler Leader Jon Daveline. The Lix Al chamber sup xxi its a five year phas Ltd out of the tax in Dit. At the f it ref it wednesday were tie climate and Energy in Jectus Kate Van a an fort it immunizations and Sjma Ial a Nisei to dirty Tor. Huiskamp and acting executive director Dorothy Barnett. Vancantfort said most signers Are from Kuisas but the petition made available online also was signed by people in seven other states. Approximately 440 in Xinde who put their names on the petition live in the 3rd District represented by rep. Kevin Yoder a Overland Park. Those signers from the 1st District represented by Huiskamp a Fowler and hut Clinson numbered 432. Set veral Hundred plus a a Ople signed it in areas re u seated by rips. Mike Pompeo a Wichi i and Lynn Jenkins r-4b Eka. Each congressional District has Ai proximately 713,000 residents. The petition was taken to Jenkins office monday ibid to Acx Lerz a office . Porn eos a staff will receive their copy Tillay. Bell said a number of Federal Tivix credits Are expiring. He said it Likely was the tax credit actions would be included in one Overall package that also would address the a fiscal the White and congressional leaders Are working on a dial to avoid automatic tax hikes did spending cuts that l k in As tie a fiscal Pompeo has sponsored a Bill and Huiskamp is a co sponsor that would allow the Paul action tix credit exp ire. Remembering key found my founder on Bill of rights Day in the just completed 2012 presidential election Virginia played a key role As a the race la tween Barac k Obama and Mitt Romney was too close to Call in several states so the candidates spent a considerable amount of time jetting Back jul Forth trying to convince e voters in those a Battleground states they were the la St Choice fair president. The race went dim la to the wire and Virginia a electoral delegates eventually were awarded to the ii Umla it president. T his Isnit the first time Virginia has served a signify Civit role As a a swing in the Days leading up to the ratify action of the . Constitution in 1789, representatives from the a old Dominion led a Villiant Elbrt to include individual rights in the nations founding Dick Ament. Doug a sir kans pro a a Amo Catlon Wilile a Lis big of Liose rights we of Irish to Xian Nii Ike it into the Origi Cuil Dix Ament Virginia ski Legatt split Tel in sure on their frs to Promise Uliey would in addressed Liy the first . Congress. Serving As tie chief catalyst for the individual rights movement was a Tiu i who never got much credit for it. He a Lidiia to become president or vie e president and certainly was Seldom mentioned in the same breath with the other a finding fathers. In fait you be probably never heal his Nune except Fiir when his University advances in the Mcaa basketball tournament. But Ceorge Mason extrac Ted a Promise from Ferow virginian junes Millson a future president to ii Ike sure to lug in rights of Freedom of a Jet a piss and religion Freedom from St an he saturday is Bill of rights Day in recognition of the dec. 15, 1791, adoption of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. Did seizure Tow right to a Liiri trial Liy a jury of ones xxx is did the right to Ixia Arvils were a jelled out. Mason a Virginia Delegate to the 1787 constitutional convention in Philadelphia i ready had Signi fic Uit by Maffei Ted the americium revolution by writing the Virginia 1 fix la ration of rights. Many phrases from that dih unsent can in fining in slightly altered wonks in the declaration of in dept a Tidence and the . Constitution including a fall a wer is vested in and consent Uei uly Tler ived from the jux Ople a a Otlie enjoyment of life jul Lily try with the Means of acquiring and a assess Iii prox try ibid pursuing and of tuning happiness and safety Anil his Call for a frequent certain ibid regular elections. Mason in lived governia Keiit Power should in limited and that the rights of citizens should be Paramount. But his pro a Sal for a Bill of rights fashioned lifter Virginia so is Defi ated. At tie first session of the first Congress Madison also an elected representative from Virginia a Bill of rights that Refle Terl masons ideas. Besi Les the rights already mentioned alive those first 10 Luneed ments to the . Constitution also outlawed excessive bail fines and Cmel and unusual punishment and reserved some Iwers to the states. Today some 221 years later Aine Picans Exen ise those rights each and every Day. Mayx this year we so Koukl say a won of tha iils to the state of Virginia find Esix scially to the Delegate who take no Tor an answer on our most cherished rights Ceorge Mason. Doug Anstaett is executive director of the Kansas press association in Topeka r

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