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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasThursday june 18, 2015 75� newsstand year year year year year 143 no. 350 wow. . Com royals Batter Brewers with 12 hits 10 runs b1 dear friends what a Way to have your emergency skills emerge. Ems students in hands on prep to l is t Ings b7 c l Assifi eds b6 l o Tutt eries a a 4 c Omi c s b9 o b i t varies a a 8 c crossword b10 s por t s b1 b business b8 86 65 intercepted letter Dodge site needs title name for aquatics Park sought with old West ties eyed a2 s. Carolina shooting gunman opens fire at historic african american Church a8 g ooch Gooch is acc hiree new athletic chief did not take usual path to his Posi Tion b1 b y r Oxana h Yegeman and j o h n h Anna associated press Topeka Federal prosecutors have completed their investigation into Loans made to Kansas gov. Sam Brownbacks re election Campaign by his lieutenant Gover nor and plan to bring no criminal charges the u. S. Attorneys office said wednesday. Jim Cross spokesman for u. S. Attorney Barry Grissom said in an email statement that no Federal charges Are expected in the Case that involved the Loans from it. Gov. Jeff Colyer. Minutes earlier Brownback and Colyer released a joint statement saying they had been informed of the decision. As we have stated Many times our Campaign finances were conducted in full compliance with applicable Law and ethics regulations according to the statement by the Republican running mates. We will have no further state ments regarding this concluded matter. The associated press was first to report about the Federal investigation in january after obtaining through an open re cords request a copy of a grand jury subpoena sent to the executive director of the Kansas governmental ethics commission. Brownbacks office issued a statement at that time saying the investigation has no Merit and that any Loans were completed in n o charges in probe of Loans to gov b rown b ack g Eor g e b y j o h n Green the Hutchinson news Green Hutch news. Com if the upcoming hike in state sales tax has you thinking about shopping for a vehicle out of state dont bother. It does not matter where you buy it if you tag a vehicle in Kansas you will pay the Price. That has been the Law though Reno county treasurer Jan Hull Kan. Tags lock in sales tax b y m a r y c la r Kin the Hutchinson news Mclarkin Hutch news. Com Kansas Secretary of Commerce Pat George will leave that Post in july and become presi Dent and chief executive officer of Valley Hope association. Gov. Sam Brownback announced the resignation wednesday morning. Brownback first elected in 2010, had named George to head Commerce. Before Tak ing the Cabinet Job in january Commerce chief will exit Post b y a s h Ley b joke r the Hutchinson news Booker Hutch news. Com t he Kansas state fair Fairgrounds were full of commotion tuesday and wednesday during a Para medic Field operation in which paramedic students from Kansas and Missouri participated in saving the lives of both humans and dummies. With 420 registered participants 45 ambulances four firetrucks and two helicopters on scene the grounds were quite loud. The areas were barricaded and closed to the Public other than the administrative building according to psf officials. The operation used 18 locations on the grounds with 88 total scenarios to help students take their Book work to the Field according to Tina Peevyhouse committee member for the event put on by the Hutchinson Community College Ems department. Even volunteers were made to look like sick or injured patients As if it were the real Deal. We try to make it As dynamic As we photos by Jacob Byk the Hutchinson news top s Suzanne Brown a third year Volunteer at the e m s training on the Kansas s Tate Fairgrounds gets her pulse taken by Kim Kinderknecht a graduate of Wichita s Tate u University. A Bove a woman pretending to be a car Accident victim is fastened to a Gurney during the practice Drill for e m s professionals held at the Fairgrounds. Left Justin Luechtefeld a student at Cowley county Community College and an e m s responder with e la county checks the in for Kayla Crockett a Butler Community College student. A unique crisis prep hands on paramedic student event sees big attendance this year s Allee q q decision not to indict after fed investigation of Cash from Colyer to Brownback draws criticism. C Olyer q q buying an Auto elsewhere wont avoid state tax hike. H Ull see tax / a5 see probe / a8 q q Pat George whom gov had named to state position to run Valley Hope nonprofit. See exit / a5 see event / a6

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