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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasA4 thursday june 18, 2015 the Hutchinson news Overall company operations and editorial Page John d. Montgomery editor and publisher news department Ron Sylvester managing editor and news director advertising sales and business marketing services Dave Gilchrist regional advertising direct Oranita Stuckey marketing solutions manager company marketing Jade Piros de Carvalho director logic Maze newspaper delivery and digital subscriber service Sara Bass circulation operations manager audience director accounting and human resources Rex Christner business & or director newspaper production and commercial printing Gregg Beals production Directo Jarod Wannamaker repress manager information technology Nick Hemphill it manager newspaper printing Mike Heim press manager newspaper packaging Jeremy Coen packaging manager 1 800 766 3311 620 694 5700 published daily and sunday 300 West 2ndhutchinson, is 67504 0190 outside 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. Subscription information single copy 75 cents daily sunday $ 2.00 suggested news Home delivery 7 Day subscription renewal policy to Start a subscription Call 694 5730 or 1 800 766 5730 3 month does not include tax Hutchinson $ 78.00 out of state mail $ 67.69 in state mail $ 52.58 for your convenience subscriptions Are automatically renewed and delivery continues at the current full rate unless our office is notified otherwise. Contact us for 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 Man aging editor at 620 694 5700, ext. 300, or email sylves Ter Hutch news. Com. Lotteries wednesdays numbers daily pick 3 3 0 5 2by2 red 2 18 White 12 22 Kansas Cash 13 16 24 28 30 super Cash Ball 19 estimated Jackpot $ 1,200,000 hot lotto 2 6 10 12 47 hot Ball 16 Power Ball 20 21 22 41 54 Power Ball 7 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 11 45 a. Drum sax axe in concert Cool Beans 209 n. Walnut. 6 p. Live entertainment Cool Beans 209 n. Walnut. 7 p. American cancer society yes relay for life of Reno county at Gowans stadium. 7 30 p. Its a Bird. Its a plane. Its Superman Flag theatre 310 n. Main. 8 30 p. Keefer madness in concert a medleys tavern 317 n. Main. For More events visit Hutch news. Com Calendar. 5 p. Third thursday and Small Ville is festival be gins downtown Hutchinson. 2015 sculpture walk Hutchinson Art Center 405 n. Washington. 5 30 p. Walking Taco fundraiser Hutchinson school of Tae Kwon do 13 w. Ave. B. 7 30 p. Its a Bird. Its a plane. Its Superman Flag theatre 310 n. Main. Come get a look at redone planetarium if Yourd like an insider View of the new Justice planetarium at the Kansas cosm sphere and space Center 1100 n. Plum St., Hutchinson show up at 9 a. Today and enjoy Coffee at the Cosmo. Artefacts from the Muse umps collection education entertainment pastries and Coffee Are All free and open to the Public. All Reno county residents get free admission to the museum. Yoga plus event will be Good Way to detox do you want or need to feel More focused More disciplined More resilient How about the need to be physically stronger and More capable to receive All of the benefits and be better connected with your mind come to the Sunflower yoga studio 111a w. Second ave., Hutchinson at 5 p. Today for the ribbon cutting ceremony and stay for the summer solstice yoga Mala 108 Sun salutations follow ing at 5 30 p. This powerful experience will stretch you and change your yoga practice. Along with being an incredible Way to detox physically and mentally its a memorable gesture to Mark the end of Spring and the Start of summer. The Celebration and salutations will be free but donations will be accepted for the food for kids program. Things to do today b y t he n news s t Aff the Region experienced six earthquakes Over the past week including one the largest in the far Southeast Corner of Harper county. Earthquakes recorded through june 16, with quakes in Kansas in bold included 7 46 p. M., june 8, Magni tude 2.8, 6.21 Miles Ese of Medford Oklahoma 2 47 p. M., june 9, magnitude 3.3, 6.83 Miles East of Cherokee Oklahoma 5 55 p. M., june 11, magnitude 3, 5.59 Miles nne of Alva Oklahoma 2 35 p. M., june 15, Magni tude 2.8, 8.07 Miles wow of Medford Oklahoma 2 49 p. M., june 15, magnitude 3.4, 10.56 Miles be of Anthony 8 27 a. M., june 16, magnitude 2.4, 1.86 Miles wow of Medford Oklahoma earthquake tracker records just one in Kan. Kingma Sedgwick Sumner Noble Garfield Kay Lodge b y m Ary c Lark n the Hutchinson news Mclarkin Hutch news. Com Dodge City this City that became the destination of cattle drives and saw the likes of lawmen Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson is trying to Rustle up a name for its future aquatics Center. Currently the project is called the Dodge City Ford county regional aquatics Park. It will open in May 2016 under a name to be chosen by a contest. The period to submit entries runs through june 29. The Winner will receive a free fam ily pass to the aquatics Park for 2016. Dodge City and Ford county want a name that will capture the spirit of Dodge Cit yes Western heritage As Well As the excitement of this Premier destination for Southwest Kansas according to contest information at wow. Dodg City. Org. Costing Over $ 12.27 million the aquatics Park is being constructed in the heritage District. The Watermark will be South of Wyatt Earp Boulevard and adjacent to Wright Park. It will feature a 50 meter Lap Pool multiple slides including the Boomerang a rocks Cape with cascading Waterfall a wave Pool a Lazy River and a Zero depth entry Pool. The Pool House will have a West Ern theme design. This will be a regional and maybe even a statewide attraction. It really is a destination aquatics Park said Melissa Mccoy Dodge Cit yes project development coordinator. Were encouraging folks to keep in mind our Western heritage and also the grandeur of this great Park Mccoy said. Were getting some great entries she added. Contest rules it is open to All individuals. There is no age limit. Participants dont have to live in Dodge City. There is no limit on the number of entries an individual can submit. The name should be simple and lend itself to marketing. It cannot be a trademarked or copyrighted name. The chosen name will become the property of Dodge City and Ford county which Reserve the right to modify the name. Submissions must be on the naming contest entry form which can be Down loaded from Dodg City. Org. For More information about obtaining a form Call Mccoy at 620 225 8100. Completed forms May be sent electronically to Melis Sam Dodg City. Org or mailed to Melissa Mccoy City of Dodge City 806 North 2nd ave., Dodge City is 67801. The aquatics Park is a Why not Dodge project primarily financed by Dodge City and Ford county sales tax revenues. The Community facility advisory Board and City and county officials will be involved in selecting the name. Dodge City aquatics Park to Rustle up name b y St eve h a m o n this weeks instalment from the Hutch then and now collection takes us to Avenue g and Halstead Street. In 1915, air plane flight was in its infancy. Hutchinson had no Airport at the time but it did have Emerson Carey. He was Hutchinsons most notable entrepreneur and visionary. He took a Section of his Farmland and turned it into a Landing Field. He made his sister mrs. W. E Albright the live in manager of the property and the Albright Airfield was born. There were Many National As Well As state notables who made their Way through this facility. Carey even started an airline corporation As Well As a Pilot training school known As mid America air College. Carey named his son William As president of both the Airfield and the College with offices at 1326 e. Ave. A where interfaith housing is now located. The photo at the right is of the Hutchinson airways corp Pilot in his biplane in 1928 at the Albright Airfield. The photo at the top shows an Aerial View of where the abandoned Airfield was with appropriate markings. The Field was abandoned in 1930 and the current Airport location was started. # tit throwback thursday photos Courtesy of the Reno county museum around the blotter o o Matthew Tyson Yeakel 27, Mcpherson was travelling South on k 14 on his 2001 Harley Davidson motorcycle at 10 24 a. Tuesday. Yeakel was slowing Down and preparing to make a left turn into a private driveway. His motorcycle was struck from behind in the 8000 Block of South k 14 Highway by a 1996 Kensworth Semi driven by Jaris a Regier 40, Buhler. Re Gierus vehicle entered into a West ditch where it came to rest. Two Pas sengers were also in the Semi but they were not injured and wearing seat belts. Yeakel had a minor leg injury but declined treatment from Ems. He was not wearing a Hel met. Regier was cited for allegedly following too close and Yeakel was cited for an expired Drivers License and no motorcycle endorsement. O o Robert miller80, Hutchinson was treated by Ems at 3 53 p. Tuesday after the vehicle he was driving struck a Utility pole in the 300 Block of North Poplar Street and East Alley. O o Derek Mulkey 25, Hutchinson was cited at 2 p. Tuesday for alleged inattentive driving after the vehicle he was driving in the 400 Block of East 17th Avenue rear ended a car driven by Nathan Porter 36, Hutchinson. O o Jennalea king26, Hutchinson was cited at 12 56 p. Tuesday for alleged inattentive driving and failure to provide proof of liability insurance after the vehicle she was driving rear ended a vehicle driven by Jennifer Lang 36, Hutchinson. O o an employee of on Point transportation inc. Out of Fresno Calif. Reports his Utility atm Semi trailer was struck by a vehicle while it was parked at the Dillons warehouse 3200 e. Fourth ave. Tuesday. O o Charles Breitenbach 60, pretty Prairie reported at 12 05 a. Wednesday the criminal damage done to his four strand barbed wire Fence after finding it Cut open

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