Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Hutchinson News Newspaper Archives Jul 27 2015, Page 2

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasA2 monday july 27, 2015 the Hutchinson news 620 694 57001 800 766 3311 published daily and sunday 300 West 2ndhutchinson, is 67504 0190outside Hutchinson fax 620 662 4186 uses 254820 periodical class postage paid at Hutchinson is 67504 0190. Postmaster Send address changes to the Hutchinson news p. O. Box 190, Hutchinson is 67504 0190. Accounting and human resources Rex Christner business & or director ext. 410, email Christner Harris business. Com newspaper delivery and digital subscriber services Sara Bass circulation operations mgr. Ext. 100, email Sass Hutch news. Com missed your paper Call 694 5730or 1 800 766 5730 news department Ron Sylvester managing editor and news director ext. 300, email Sylvester Hutch news. Com Overall company operations and editorial Page John d. Montgomery editor and publisher ext. 400, email Mont Hutch news. Com advertising sales and business marketing services Dave Gilchrist regional advertising director ext. 200, email Gilchrist Hutch news. Com Anita Stuckey marketing solutions manager ext. 222, email Stuckey Hutch news. Com company marketing Jade Piros de Carvalho director logic Maze 620 860 4237 subscription information single copy 75 cents daily sunday $ 2.00 newspaper printing Mike Heim press manager ext. 820, email Muheim Hutch news. Com newspaper production and commercial printing Gregg Beals production director ext. 700, email Beals Hutch news. Com Jarod Wannamaker repress manager ext. 500, email Wannamaker Hutch news. Com you should receive your newspaper in a designated place in dry readable condition by 7 00 every morning. If this does not happen please Call us by 11 a. And Well arrange redelivery of your newspaper. To Start a subscription Call 694 5730 or 1 800 766 5730 suggested news Home delivery 7 Day subscription renewal policy for your convenience subscriptions Are automatically renewed and delivery continues at the current full rate unless our office is notified otherwise. Sales & service 694 5700 dept. 2 1 800 766 5704 subscriber services 694 57301 800 766 5730 news 694 5700 dept. 3 1 800 766 5740 information technology Nick Hemphill it manager ext. 443, email Hemphill Harris business. Com newspaper packaging Jeremy Coen packaging manager ext. 701, email Coen Hutch news. Com Contact us for 3 month does not include tax Hutchinson $ 78.00 out of state mail $ 67.69 in state mail $ 52.58 news in a hurry correction policy the news takes care with its reporting and editing but sometimes errors occur. Corrections will be published Here promptly. If you spot an error please notify Ron Sylvester managing editor at 620 694 5700, ext. 300, or email Sylvester Hutch news. Com. Lotteries sundays numbers daily pick 3 6 3 8 2by2 red 17 20 White 14 26 world Obama Kenya at a Crossroads Between peril Promise Nairobi Kenya declaring Kenya at a Crossroads Between Promise and peril president Barack Obama on sunday pressed the nation of his fathers birth to Root out corruption treat women and minorities As equal citizens and take responsibility for its future. Closing his historic visit with an address to the kenyan people Obama traced the arc of the country is evolution from colonialism to Independence As Well As his own family is history Here. Today Obama said Young kenyans Are no longer constrained by the limited options of his Grandfather a Cook for the country is former British rulers or his father who left to seek an education in America. Senior Senate republicans rebuke sen. Cruz Washington senior Senate republicans lined up sunday to rebuke Texas Republican sen. Ted Cruz for harshly criticizing majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell an extraordinary display of intr party division played out live on the Senate floor. As the Senate met for a rare sunday session Sens. Orrin Hatch of Utah Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and John Cornyn of Texas each Rose to counter a stunning floor speech Cruz gave Friday accusing Mcconnell of lying. None of them mentioned Cruz by name but the target of their remarks could not have been clearer. The drama came As the Senate Defeated a procedural vote to repeal president Barack of amass health care Law and took a step toward reviving the Federal Export import Bank both amendments on a must pass Highway Bill. Turkey Calls for nato meeting on threats airstrikes Ankara Turkey Turkey on sunday called for a meeting of its nato allies to discuss threats to its Secu Rity and its airstrikes targeting islamic state militants in Syria and kurdish rebels in Iraq. The move came As turkeys state run Media reported that turkish f 16 jets again took off from the country is Southeastern Diyarbakir air base to hit Kurdistan workers party or pkg targets across the Border in Northern Iraq. Nato announced that its decision making body the North Atlantic Council will Convene tuesday after Ankara invoked the alliances article 4, which allows member states to request a meeting if they feel their territorial integrity or Security is under threat. Clinton urges tax credits to promote renewable fuel Ames Iowa democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled sunday a plan aimed at combating climate change that includes proposed re visions in the tax code to promote renewable Energy and goals for renewable sources for consumer electricity. In Iowa the nations second leading wind Energy pro Ducer Clinton said people Are just not paying attention if they dont acknowledge climate change. Climate change has become a key Issue in the democratic presidential primary where Clinton is the heavy favorite. Saudi led airstrikes halt As cease fire begins in Yemen Sanaa Yemen saudi led coalition airstrikes came to a halt in Yemen Early monday after a five Day humanitarian truce went into effect witnesses and Security officials said. However ground fighting broke out almost immediately in the restive City of Taiz following random shelling by shiite Chouthi rebels in three neighbourhoods they said. Officials said fighting has also erupted in Marib province and in the area surrounding the Al Anad military base. Random shelling by Louthis and their allies hit North Ern and Western areas of the port City of Aden after the cease fire Security officials and witnesses said. Calendars events want More find the Complete Calendar online at Hutch news. Com Calendar or scan the code. Have an event Yourd like to add submit it at Hutch news. Com Calendar. Please submit events at least a week in Advance. Local attractions 8 a. To 5 p. The Dillon nature Center 3002 e. 30th ave. 9 a. To 5 p. The Kansas cosm sphere and space Center 1100 n. Plum St. 9 a. To 5 p. Strata a the Kansas underground Salt museum venue g and Airport Road closed mondays. 9 a. To 5 p. The Hutchinson Art Center 405 n. Washington St. Closed mondays 9 a. To 5 p. The Reno county museum 100 s. Walnut St. Closed mondays p age t to things to do tomorrow 10 a. And 2 p. Childrens summer Story times held at the Hutchinson Public Library 901 n. Main Hutchinson. 9 a. To 5 p. Go 650 feet under the earths surface to strata a the Kansas underground Salt museum venue g and Airport Road. 9 a. To 5 p. Check out local Talent at the Hutchinson Art Center 405 n. Washington St. 9 a. To 5 p. Go Back in time at the Reno county museum 100 s. Walnut St. 9 a. To 9 p. Grab a Book and read at the Hutchinson Public Library 901 n main St. 8 a. To 5 p. Take a hike at the Dillon nature Center 3002 e. 30th ave., featuring a nature display gallery a wildlife observation deck and a childrens play scape. 10 a. To 4 45 p. Explore the Hutchinson zoo at Carey Park featuring the Prairie Thunder zoo train and friends of the zoo gift shop. 10 a. To 5 p. Travel to the Sedgwick county zoo featuring the Humboldt penguins. Noon to 5 p. Go see exploration place in Wichita Fea Turing exhibits and mini Golf. Roll up your sleeves to save a life in Community donors of All blood types Are needed to help ensure blood is available for patients in the Community. At 11 30 a. This morning the Hesston Community blood drive will be held at the Hesston mennonite Church 309 s. Main Hesston. Unable to give blood you can still support blood donations by participating in the sleeve sup virtual blood drive at Redcross blood. Org sleeve sup. To make an appointment to give blood visit Redcross blood. Org or Call 1 800 733 2767. Add some Jet fuel to your Day at or. Good Ards lab the Kansas cosm sphere and space Center 1100 n. Plum Hutchinson is a museum and educational facility in Hutchinson. It is Best known for the display and restoration of spaceflight artefacts and educational Camps. From 9 a. To 5 p. Monday Friday come Check out or. Good Ards lab a planetarium and the Carey digital dome theatre. Things to do today 10 things to know about this week 1. The Hutchinson sky ryders regained the state drum and Bugle corps championship on july 29, 1964. They took first in every Competition at the Kansas state american legion drum and Bugle corps contest at Kapaun stadium in Wichita. 2. In late july 1989an anti abortion group criticized gov. Mike Hayden for not taking a stand on abortion and was angry at what was said was his possible backing away from a 1986 Campaign pledge. Pat Goodson a spokesman for right to life of Kansas inc., sent a letter to Hayden asking for a meeting to demand he Clar Ify his stand on abortion. 3. Federal scientists said july 2012 was the hot test month Ever recorded in the lower 48 states break ing a record set during the dust bowl of the 1930 s. 4. Ten of the Best softball teams competed in softball warfare in the Southwest territory that broke out anew in Carey Park on july 30, 1939. It sixth annual championship tournament sponsored by the news Herald. 5. In july of 1946, French designer Louis Reard introduced the two piece bathing suit at a swimming Pool in Paris. He named it Bikini after hear ing a news report about a u. S. Atomic bomb test earlier that week at Bikini atoll in the Pacific Ocean. 6. On july 28, 1976, the deadliest earthquake in modern history hit the Industrial City of Tangshan in China. The earthquake struck so Early in the morning most of the Cit yes residents were trapped under collapsed buildings causing 250,000 deaths. 7. New York became the 11th state in the u. S. On july 26, 1788. 8. Monday july 27, is form a company quartet Day a Day to find co workers who like to sing. 9. Guardians of the children garage bake Sale will be held at 2714 King Street Hutchinson at 4 p. Friday july 31, and at 8 a. Saturday aug. 1. Proceeds Benefit local children. For More in formation visit guardians of the children Facebook Page or online at wow. . Com. 10. Dont forget to Cele brate emancipation Day in Hutchinson with events starting at 8 p. On Friday july 31. In Carey Park. The Celebration continues saturday aug. 1, in downtown and on sunday aug. 2 at the acc Stringer Fine arts building 1300 n. Plum. B y j Ohn g Reen the Hutchinson news Green Hutch news. Com Reno county commissioners will Likely vote tuesday to move to partial self funding for the count yes employee health insurance program. The main Benefit said Bob Charlesworth of Charlesworth benefits la Overland Park is that it could save the county thou Sands in administrative costs. Charlesworth and Reno county human resources director Renee Harris outlined the process and benefits of such a move to the commission this week. The county will cover the first $ 50,000 for individual claims but remain with Blue Cross Blue shield of Kansas to cover costs above that. Once you hit that per claim you re done and you dont pay any More you re at a comfortable level with reserves Charlesworth said. The count yes been with Blue Cross Blue shield for several years. The question was whether to Transfer the full risk by continuing As is or assume some risk. The county will budget $ 3.984 million for the pro Gram though it expects its costs to be Between $ 3.5 and $ 3.7 million based on historic claims. Thatus worst Case Charlesworth said of the $ 3.9 million. In a Good year there will be substantial savings. In a bad year youll see rates change some As you self fund but we still can manage the Money better. Dollars in the employee benefits fund funded in part through and Valorme tax As Well As $ 530,000 from the accumulated Oil and Gas depletion fund and receipts from employee insurance premiums will cover the first years costs. Employee premiums will climb next year Harris said after two years of going Down. An increase would have occurred regardless of whether the county went to self funding Harris said and it will be less Here than in Many places. Minimum deductibles will also go up from $ 2,500 to $ 2,650 for an individual and from $ 5,000 to $ 5,300 for family. The current Premium will be adjusted 15 percent for individuals and 18 percent for families Harris said. On the surface that looks like an extreme amount but on average it will be about $ 10 a month. We had to change it to fund and go to the self insurance plan i know some counties Are seeing a 30 to 40 percent increase. We did have some significant claims this year but you cant be perfect every year. Employees can continue to receive Premium discounts by participating in a health program which includes Points for not smoking for submitting to a biometric screening and doing regular exercise. There Are 384 county employees eligible to participate in the insurance program. Of those 312 Are signed up As Well As 23 retirees Charlesworth said. Of those 201 Are enrolled in the High deductible program. I get concerned that Only 125 of the 201 have set up health savings accounts Charlesworth said. He suggested the county look at setting up some sort of incentive program such As Matching a certain amount going into a savings account or providing seed Money to open one. Employees have done Well but we need to keep educating them on How it works Harris said. I dont understand it All but i like the concept said commissioner Brad Dillon. I do support it. If approved tuesday the new policy will take effect oct. 1. Partially self funded health insurance plan eyed in Reno one injured after vehicle crash in Ness county a Ness City woman was taken to the Hospital sunday. At 5 23 p. M., Mackenzie Stiawalt 19, was heading South on of Road in Ness county when she lost control on the gravel Road and drove across lanes of traffic before entering a ditch and rolling her vehicle. Although Stiawalt was not injured her passenger tristan Mcvicker 18, also of Ness City was taken to Ness county District Hospital for a possible injury. Both were wearing their seat belts. A boat and Jet ski collision leaves 2, maybe 3, injured three people May have been injured in a boat and Jet ski Accident at Cheney Lake on sunday evening. At 8 36 p. M., a boat and Jet ski collided at Cheney Lake near Hobie Beach according to Reno county dispatch officials. According to scanner traffic two females were in the boat with head injuries and possibly one other person with an injury. Cheney and pretty Prairie fire departments and Ems Are on scene. From staff reports briefs

Search all Hutchinson, Kansas newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for July 27, 2015

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.