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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasMonday August 31, 2015 75� newsstand y ear 144 no. 60 wow. Hut Chews. Com to l listings b6 c classifieds b5 l Ott eries a2 c comics b7 o obituaries a9 c crossword b8 s ports b1 s scoreboard b4 o Pinion a 8 dear friends with those Odds is a trip to vegas next Hilst family is Hole in one Luck 94 70 local 3 Day Outlook 95 71 today tuesday follow us intercepted letter 96 72 want More see a full weather report on Page a10 wednesday a two in one special b y t Ommy d Alk the Hutchinson news after Kent Keaton and Kalen Hilst teed off on the Par 3, 128 Yard fourth Hole at Cottonwood Hills on wednesday August 19, Kalen rolled his eyes at his dad and big brother and gave them a Stern look. Facetiously he told them something along the lines of i really dont like you Guys very much. Poor Kalen had hit his shot to around 25 feet from the pin. Head eventually make an easy to hum Par. But Kalen was the Man in the Middle of history. He was sandwiched in Between an astronomic feat a one Inmany millions occurrence. Right before his shot his older brother Keaton made his first career Hole in one. Immediately following his shot his dad Kent made his second career Ace. I hit it about 25 feet away Kalen said. But found out afterwards i was just taking the Boring and conservative approach. I kind of joked with them after they both went in that i was the Only one who had to pull the Putter out of the bag. Lots of factors were perfectly placed together to make this one in Many millions occurrence even More special. Below is the Oral history of the event through the Lens of the Hilst family and others who were involved. Usually the Hilst clan plays their Home course Prairie dunes. But for some reason they got the itch to try out the recently re opened Cottonwood Hills. Keaton is Job which moved him to Kansas City brought him to Hutchinson More frequently this summer. The Day after this gorgeous wednesday afternoon Kalen was set to go Back to Start his Sophomore year in Lawrence at the University of Kansas. Kent normally wed play at Prairie dunes. But my songs birthday Keaton is birthday was six Days before that. I said you want to go out to Cottonwood Hills and do something different for your birthday a or whatever. He said yeah that sounds like fun. So that was the first time weave been out there since they reopened. Kalen i dont think had Ever played there and Keaton and i had maybe played there once or twice when it was open before. It was a ins Ide what Are the Odds of this Hilst family feat a5 pro Brian Harman nails two holes in one in a round b1 Jason Day wins big at the Barclays b1 Airport bomb plot sentencing today b y r Oxana h Yegeman associated press Wichita a Kansas mans Odyssey into terrorism culminated when he tried to bring a Van filled with inert explosives onto the Tarmac at the Wichita Airport where he worked an attack prosecutors say was aimed at causing maximum carnage during which Terry l. Loewen would die As a Martyr. I expect to be called a terrorist which i Ama psychopath and a Homicidal maniac he wrote in a letter that investigators later found in his House. But the plot unravelled on dec. 13, 2013, when it was revealed to be an elaborate Fri sting operation in which two agents posed As co conspirators. At the time Loewen was an avionics technician for Hawker Beech crafts facility at mid continent Airport now called the Dwight d. Eisenhower National Airport. He was arrested As he tried to use his employee badge on a card Reader to bring the fake bomb onto the Tarmac. Loewen now 60, pleaded guilty in june to attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and is scheduled to be sentenced today. U. S. District judge Monti Belot has already said he was almost certain to accept the 20 year proposed sentence that came with the plea Deal. If he rejects it Loewen would be allowed to withdraw his plea. Loewens Case is among at least 462 terror crimes associated with groups such As Al Aida and the islamic state that the u. S. Q q Kansas mans attempt at a suicide attack is one of 462 terror crimes prosecuted since 9/ 11. They Are at the Post office in our Parks and at various businesses around town. But As this observant ask Hutch Reader Points out the Flag it seems has gone missing from this prominent Hutch building. Q ask Hutch City Hall does not Fly the american Flag because there is no Flag pole. Why is there no Flag pole there used to be. Ism sure City Hall is very much patriotic i thought. So Kathy Hanks and i jumped into her car and headed Over to the City offices to see if this were True. There a snot a Flag at City Hall nor was there one at George Pyle Park just across the Street. The nearest Flag was mounted to the fire station. Here Are the facts. Parks and facilities assistant director Craig Morrison told me the pole was removed about a year ago when the City began a remodelling project. That project has been done in phases. Part of the plan is to go in and redo sidewalks and landscaping. That phase was pushed Back a bit said Morrison. A new pole will be added at that time. City manager John Deardoff added his plan is for the project to be completed by the end of the year. He said the renovations will add a courtyard which will be highlighted by a sculpture donated by Ann and Bob Bush called gathering of the magnificent one of the works on Hutchinsons sculpture walk. The sculpture is by Gregory Johnson. Q is it unlawful to mow and throw grass clippings in City Street gutters no Flag outside City Hall for now Amy Bickel ask Hutch b y a Shley b poker the Hutchinson news Booker Hutch news. Com monday aug. 3, Felt like a Normal Day off for Lanny Crupper. He was heading toward his Sisters Home on Halstead Street in Hutchinson when he saw a vehicle nose Down in a ditch across the Street. At that moment this registered nurses training As a previous Reno county District 8 Volunteer firefighter and emt instructor at Hutchinson Community College kicked in. He knew he had to help. Crupper 63, of Hutchinson was either the first or second person there to find Melva Cummings 79, of Hutchinson trapped inside her car after hitting a driveway Culvert at 3503 n. Halstead Street. That Culvert its kind of Down in the ditch. The Way she hit it was like running directly into a Concrete Wall Crupper said. His adrenaline kicked in As he went to help her. After he got to her the Hutchinson police department fire department and Ems came. Cummings was pinned in her car for 45 minutes and after methods we rent working to get her out he officer Grant Ingram and either capt. Darren Schrock Brian Rife or Joshua Weber with had pulled at the heavy crushed door with their hands and pried it open. Officer Matthew Rucker was on scene nearby to help As the other men pried open the pretty rough looking car door. Although their strength was enough to open the door Crupper says the jaws of life would have been next to get her out. It took 45 minutes before she was freed from the vehicle. You just do what you have to do Crupper said. He does not remember it taking 45 minutes but time kind of stands still in a time like that. Its hard to gauge. Crupper says them prying open the door probably looked More amazing than it really was. Deputy fire chief Doug Hanen said each person of the three person fire Crew had their own responsibility. One was inside the car another off duty registered nurse part of team that saved woman from car Travis Morisse the Hutchinson news Lanny Crupper was one of the people to help Rescue Melva Cummings from her vehicle after an aug. 3 Accident. Time to Light it up after months of repair and a re installation aug. 18, Hutchinsons historic Fox theatre is ready to celebrate with a special delighting event featuring music food and More. Find out More on Page a7 father and son both hit a Hole in one within moments of each other l Owen acc football week 1 notes b1 de. Fund draws ire Money doled out comes from trimmed k 12 budgets and leftovers go to state general fund a7 photo Courtesy Debbie Hilst Kent Hilst left and his son Keaton pose after hitting holes in one at the fourth Hole of Cottonwood Hills Golf course on aug. 19. See nurse / a9 see bomb / a9 see special / a5 see Hutch / a10

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