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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasDear friends Arentt you glad some locals Are making their Mark by removing yours yours Hutch folks bidding tattoos Farewell saturday March 14, 2015 75� newsstand to l is t Ings b11 c l Assifi eds b7 l o Tutt eries a 2 c Omi c s b13 o b i t varies a 13 c crossword b10 s por t s b1 b business b12 y y e Arar 1 43 no. 254 wow. news. C of 66 37 local three Day Outlook 72 43 76 40 want More see a full weather report on Page b6 today sunday monday follow us Wiley workers recall an eventful Era b y k in s Tephen s the Hutchinson news Stephens Hutch news. Com Wileys department store closed nearly 30 years ago but former employees and memories still abound. They remember women wearing their Best dresses hats and gloves for a Day of shopping and a break for lunch in Wileys Tea room. They remember the anniversary sales and a tragic fire that killed two employees of Wileys Home furnishings store next door. They remember Wileys distinctive Green sacks that even from a distance told everyone where you had been shopping. They remember All the club meetings bridal show ers birthday parties and fashion shows in the Tea room. They remember the Wiley family or. Wiley As founder Vernon Wiley was called and his sons or. Phil or. Bob and or. Edas they were called. And they remember the store closing the victim of mall shopping and the general demise of main Street across the nation and the buildings slow steady decline Over the next three decades until the local landmark was saved by a redevelopment plan conceived by Manske and associates of Wichita. We were very concerned that they would demolish it said Rita Lingg who came to work in the Home furnishings store in 1978, then moved with Wileys to the Hutchinson mall in 1986 and stayed with the store until it went out of business in 1987. If that building had been q q from live Turkey display to fatal fire stores history vivid in minds of residents. Sandra j. Milburn the Hutchinson news former employees r Ita Lingg left and Phil c audillo laugh while reminiscing about working at Wileys d department store. Making Marks depart b y r Yan c h r i s the r the Hutchinson news Ryan Hutch news. Com to err is human. Unfortunately sometimes those mistakes involve Ink permanently embedded into your skin. But Alan and Judi Webster dont think you should have to live with those indiscretions forever. On thursday the longtime Hutchinson business owners opened their latest venture Tattoo b gon which offers removal of unwanted body Art through a sophisticated laser system. Its a burgeoning Industry Alan Webster said brought on by the Rise in popularity of tattooing. But mistakes both the decision to go under the Needle and even occasionally the execution of the artwork itself Are bound to be made. The first few Days of business at Tattoo b gon have been Busy with appointments scheduled every half hour. Just before noon thursday 53 year old Tawnya Sallee stopped in for her initial treatment to remove a Cross on her Finger she put there herself when she was 14. I cant remember i really cant Sallee said of Why she gave herself the Tattoo which she applied using a Needle wrapped in thread and dipped in India Ink. Her decision to remove the Tattoo was for both personal and professional reasons. Not Only is she tired of covering it up during her work As a hospice nurse she said but i dont like tattoos on hands. I just think it looks Tacky. Sallee has five other tattoos but she does not plan to remove any of those because they re All in locations that Are More easily concealed. The Tattoo removal pro Cess is very Quick roughly 3 to 4 minutes per session for a Palm sized Tattoo. On average and depending on photos by Sandra j. Milburn the Hutchinson news Judi Webster uses laser technology t thursday to remove a Tattoo from Linda l. Meyers Back at t Tattoo b gon. Webster puts ointment on Meyers Tattoo at t Tattoo b gon on t thursday. If y o u go business Tattoo b gon where 1303 n. Main St. Hours 10 a. M to 6 p. M. Monday through Friday Cost prices Start at $ 60 per treatment session. Six session discount packages also Are Avail Able. For More information or to schedule an appointment visit wow. Tattoo gon. Com or Call 620 960 6291. B y s eth b o r in s Tein a science writer Washington today is the Day when love of math and a hankering for pastry come full Circle. Today is i Day a once in a year Calendar Date that this time squares the fun with a once in a Century twist. Today is 3/ 14/ 15, the first five digits of the mathematical constant i 3.141592653. The Best times to celebrate Are at 9 26 and 53 seconds morning and evening. The next time that Hap pens is in March 2115. Its a Portal into this magical mysterious world of mathematics said University of California Berkeley mathematician and author Edward Frenkel. I is special. I is the constant used to calculate the area of a Circle As in i times the radius squared but it appears All Over other parts of mathematics. Its i Day plus some Date irony q q today is 3/ 14/ 15, the first 5 digits in the math term with the dessert adding flavor. Hutch Tattoo removal business touts laser erasure principal at Lincoln exits after 5 years b y m a r y c la Rork in the Hutchinson news Mclarkin Hutch news. Com Pam Bevan principal at Hutchinson us 308 s Lincoln elementary school since 2010, has abruptly left the $ 82,311 a year Job. A letter dated March 12 was handed to Lincoln students to take Home thursday. The letter written by executive director of student learning Cindy Cooprider said Bevan will not be return ing to the school effective March 12. Randy Roberts retired principal from Buhler us 313 s Union Valley elementary school will serve As interim principal until at least Spring break the letter said. Lincoln students will be dismissed Early on Friday March 20. Spring break for Hutchinson schools is the week of March 23. Bevan 48, previously submitted a resignation notice to the Hutchinson District to take effect at the end of the contractual year june 30. The Board accepted the resignation. Hutchinson us 308 superintendent Shelly Kiblinger said Little about the situation Friday. The school Board will conduct a special meeting at 8 p. M. Monday. It will be a very Short meeting Kiblinger said. Kan. H ouse passes school funding shift b y t i m c a r Pente r the Topeka capital journal Topeka House Security closed the Chambers doors and representatives sat at their desks for two hours Friday until legislators could return to Topeka and vote for a Bill converting Kansas to a Block Grant system for financing Public schools. The initial tally on Senate Bill 7, which deeply divided republicans in the House was 62 57 one vote shy of the required total to pass. After the lengthy delay reps. James Todd and Rob Bruchman both Overland Park republicans cast the deciding votes. Gov. Sam Brownbacks plane was dispatched to Fly rep. Virgil Peck r Tyro Back to Topeka from Southeast Kansas but his vote a snot necessary to reach the 63 vote threshold. A few other vote switches produced the 64 57 decision by the House. The legislation sent to the Senate and Likely to be considered next week in that chamber produced controversy because it would abolish the school finance b y t i m c a r Pente r the Topeka capital journal Topeka a Kansas District court panel engaged in litigation on Public Edu cation Friday declared that orders could be issued to Block repeal of the existing k 12 finance system and to enforce judicial edicts. Judge Franklin Theis part of the three judge panel in Shawnee county set a May 7 hearing on a request to re examine issues of funding equity that appeared to have been resolved to the satisfaction of the Kansas supreme court with passage of a school spending Bill by the 2014 legislature. Interest in returning to questions of equitable state financing of 286 school districts was prompted by movement in the 2015 legislature to dissolve the formula relied upon to allo Cate $ 4 billion in annual Aid. Court could Block finance measure see Wiley / a4 see Tattoo / a4 see principal / a4 see i / a11 q q Block Grant Bill goes to the Senate which Likely will take it up in coming week. See funding / a11 see court / a11

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