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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hutchinson, KansasB y k Risten r Oderick the Hutchinson news Roderick Hutch news. Com o be of the Kansas cosm sphere and space centers first artefacts has made it Sway Back to the museum and it has nothing to do with space. A three toed Dinosaur foot is on display near the Entrance of the Hall of space museum. It is estimated to be Between 70 and 100million years old. Its Apt for the museums 50th anniversary bringing Back a display that the Cosmo spheres founder Patty carry said was More valuable than the average Dinosaur foot because the skin i mummified and still remains intact. Foothill end of january while the film flying cosm sphere has appendage display do with the foot will be on display through the intercepted letter dear Mya you certainly had your 15 minutes of Fame Early in life. Baby Mya whose Feather in neck situation caused a Media stir t he h Hutchinson n news c overing the better part of k Ansas blocking the flood better plumbing part of new jail push coming this week 57 34 catch up with a visit to our 7 Day news Archive miss a Story whats online thursday december 13, 2012 40� delivered 75� newsstand year 141 no. 163 Mobile. Hutch news. Com on wireless devices wow. Hutch news. Com Index to listings a7 business b4 classifieds b6 comics b5 lotteries a4 obituaries a9 opinion a8 crossword b7 sports b1 weather a5 Southwest flair for Capitol assignments b y m Ary c Larkin the Hutchinson news Mclarkin Hutch news. Com Twenty four year old sen. Garrett love r Montezuma Heads into his first full term in the Kansas Senate assuming two new roles. Chosen earlier this month by Senate republicans As majority whip he was named this week chairman of the Senate agriculture committee. Rep. Larry Powell r Garden City defeating Senate president Steve Morris r Hugoton this year will move to the Senate chamber in january. Powell is the Only incoming freshman named chairman of a Senate committee for 2013. He will Lead the Senate natural resources committee. The appointments of love and Powell put Southwest kansans As leaders of committees dealing with farm and water issues. The previous chairmen of the agriculture and natural resources committees were respectively Sens. Ralph Ostmeyer Northwest Kansas and Mark Taddiken North Central Kansas. Seiwert appointed rep. Joe Seiwert r pretty Prairie is the Only legislator l Ove inside budget chair had bankruptcy a4 above the Kansas cosm sphere and space Center is displaying a dinosaurs foot. Left the foot which is believed to be from a carnivorous Duck billed Dinosaur is now owned by Tom Zarnowski. Photos by Junru Huang the Hutchinson news foot finds Way Back Sandra j. Milburn the Hutchinson news a siberian Elm tree is Cut up by Mike Fazio with the City of Hutchinson Parks & forestry department along 11th Avenue wednesday morning. The tree was taken Down so that Drivers coming to the pedestrian crossing could better see the flashing sign. Tree removal first step toward fixing crossing b y t he n news staff City workers on wednesday Cut Down a Large tree on the North Side of 11th Avenue near the Entrance to the Kansas cosm sphere to improve visibility for Drivers approaching a pedestrian crossing that has been the scene of two serious accidents involving people trying to Cross 11th from a parking lot to the cosm sphere in the past year. Assistant City Engineer Fernando Zalles called it the first step toward improving the safety of the crossing which has been the subject of discussion in two recent City Council meetings. The next step will be to improve the visibility of the markings on the Street Zalles said. And then we will upgrade the lights. The new traffic signal at the pedestrian crossing East of Plum on 11th will be a pedestrian activated signal that includes a red stoplight on a Mast Arm suspended across 11th. The Light will be Black when not in use. When activated by a pedestrian the Light would first Flash yellow then solid yellow to Tell Drivers to prepare to Stop then a solid red to Tell them to Stop so pedestrians could Cross. It also will signal pedestrians when it is Safe to walk. Travis Morisse the Hutchinson news the marked area on the neck of 6 month old Mya Whittington is where a Feather that she ingested from a Pillow made its exit. Baby Mya mania is prevailing b y j Ohn g Reen the Hutchinson news Green Hutch news. Com baby Mya made suddenly famous after a Feather she apparently ingested emerged through her neck is Home now and doing Well her father said. But the Media Are calling. They actually said she was Good enough last night to Send Home said her father Aaron Whittington wednesday evening. We saw a specialist today to Cut the swollen area on her neck open and Drain it but he said it was sealed nicely and he did not want to open it to try to fix it. Girl doing Fine n. Korea rocket launch draws ire from in us t he a associated p Ress Pyongyang North Korea in Pyongyang North koreans clinked Beer mugs and danced in the streets to celebrate the country is first satellite in space. In Washington Seoul and Tokyo leaders pushed for consequences for wednesdays successful rocket launch widely seen As a test that takes the country one step closer to being capable of lobbing nuclear bombs Over the Pacific. The surprising successful launch of a three stage rocket similar in design to a Model capable of carrying a nuclear tipped warhead As far As California raises the stakes in the International standoff Over North see n. Korea / a3 see girl / a5 see leaders / a5 see foot / a3 cerebral crusader Buhler wrestler learns focus beats brawn sports
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