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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasWednesday june 3, 2015 75� newsstand Yea r 143 no. 335 wow. Hutchie is. Com dear Tony we Admire your strength to say your goodbyes face to face. Tony Powers battling cancer to the end to l listings b7 c classifieds b6 l Ott eries a 2 c comics b9 o obituaries a 9 c rss Wrd b10 s ports b1 w Eather b5 89 68 intercepted letter legislative watch whats happened o o lawmakers continued grasping for a plan to close a $ 406 million projected budget shortfall tuesday but no action was taken. Whats new o o Senate eyes plan to Cut $ 450 million from government agencies. O o one new Senate plan would Cut 6 percent from state agencies. O o an alternative Senate plan would Cut $ 30 million but spare Public safety schools and hospitals. Read More on a9 the session Honor flight embezzler to prison Day 103 b y j Ohn g Reen the Hutchinson news Green Hutch news. Com great Bend a judge tuesday sentenced a woman convicted of embezzling More than $ 100,000 from a Kansas Honor flights program preventing a number of local veterans from making the honorary trip to Washington d. C. To serve two years in prison. A Barton county jury convicted Laveta Miller on March 9 of two counts of theft by deception. Because of the amount of Money involved both counts were severity level 7 crimes on the states sentencing Grid but still carried the presumption of probation. Barton county attorney Douglas Matthews however asked the court tuesday to depart from sentencing guidelines and Send Miller to prison. District judge Ron Svaty agreed with prosecutors on several grounds sentencing Miller to serve 25 months with the Kansas department of corrections and to pay nearly $ 130,000 in restitution. Miller was program director for Central Kansas Honor flight program which formed in april 2012 As a Kansas chapter of the National program that flew aging veterans to d. C. To visit National War monuments. By october of 2012, officials accused Miller of stealing from the program resulting in its dissolution. Q q judge goes against presumptive probation because of nature of crime. Barber county Hutchinson k a n s a s Dodge City Barber county 2 281 Medicine 160 Lodge Barton county 56 156 4 281 Barton county Hutchinson Salina k a n s a s great Bend 34 54 Clark county Dodge Hutchinson City Clark county k a n s a s 54 283 160 Ashland 160 183 Coldwater Comanche county Dodge Hutchinson City Comanche county k a n s a s Edwards county 56 50 183 Dodge Hutchinson City Kinsley k a n s a s Edwards county 23 156 Dodge City Hutchinson Finney county k a n s a s Finney county Garden City 50 83 Ford county Garden City Ford county Hutchinson k a n s a s Dodge City 56 56 54 283 400 50 Ellsworth county k a n s a s Hutchinson Salina 70 156 141 140 14 Ellsworth Ellsworth county 160 Grant county 25 Grant county k a n s a s Garden City Hutchinson Ulysses Barber Grant Sandra j. Milburn the Hutchinson news Tony Powers a Hutchinson optometrist smiles As he talks to visitors monday morning at hospice House. Mcpherson police arrest 17 year old suspected of by gun attacks b y a Shley b poker the Hutchinson news Booker Hutch news. Com Mcpherson police arrested a 17 year old boy monday evening in connection to 26 cases of property damage including two men shot by a by gun while mowing their lawns. Most of the cases spanning the past month involved business Home or car windows being damaged said Kevin Mckean Captain of investigations. But the most recent incidents involved the two men shot with bus saturday and monday. An 82 year old male resident shot saturday did not need medical attention Mckean said. But a 75 year old Man went to the Hospital with injuries. The by remained in his body and a doctor has decided to remove it Mckean added. The 75 year old and his wife were Able to take a look at the vehicle that shot god in charge As he goes b y k Athy h Anks the Hutchinson news thanks Hutch news. Com t he sign in the window of Tony Powers office says open for business. But Tony Powers is not there. Instead the longtime Hutchinson optometrist owner of Emerson Carey Vineyard and winery and registered beekeeper is living his final Days in hospice House where staff make him As comfortable As possible while a steady flow of friends pass through his room. His business remains open though he a snot been there for two weeks. He Hopes someone will buy it. Meanwhile staff continue to do eyeglass adjustments and take care of patients. Two years ago if anyone had asked Tony 61, How his Battle with cancer was going head have laughed at the thought of being in hospice House because he was pretty sure he was going to beat the disease. Now hers faced with the reality that he wont recover and is Frank about the situation. Its a trip we All have to go on Powers said. This is the its a trip we All have to go on. This is the Best Way. To say goodbye to people. As end looms mans friends buoy him Congress approved sweeping changes tuesday to surveillance Laws enacted after the sept. 11 attacks eliminating the National Security Agency yes disputed bulk phone records collection program and replacing it with a More restrictive measure to keep the records in phone companies hands. President Barack Obama signed the Bill. Read More on a10 see flight / a5 monarchs make winning comeback sports Patriot act see Powers / a10 see arrest / a10

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