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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasSaturday May 2, 2015 75� newsstand y y e Arar 1 43 no. 303 wow. Hutu Chews. Com tricksters hurdle on Hutch invitational had plenty of sprint action sports dear friends your yield of per Severance must be at a record Peak. Wheat growers still drought hit to l is t Ings b11 c l Assifi eds b7 l o Tutt eries a a 2 c Omi c s b13 o b i t varies a a 13 c crossword b10 s por t s b1 b business b12 82 59 intercepted letter 6 officers charged in Baltimore a2 so Long to an a b legend Church moving into space at Cross Point site Ben e. King drifters Lead Singer co writer of classic hit stand by me a Dies a13 wheat tries to grow in dry cracked ground in u losses. Sandra j. Milburn the Hutchinson news b y a my b Nickel the Hutchinson news Bickel Hutch news. Com old timers say a wheat Plant has nine lives persevering through any ailment that Mother nature dishes out. But sometimes there is a Point when even the resilient Kansas wheat crop cant take another plague. If drought a snot enough Stanton county Farmer Jim Sipes dug into the soil around a Patch of wheat in March trying to see Why the crop looked like it was dying despite a re cent rain that brought his Fields a Little Relief and Greene the grass growing in the ditches. What most Farmers thought drought digs in t teens in has threat Case stay detained b y k Elton b Rooks the Hutchinson news Brooks Hutch news. Com at minimum Reno county assistant District attorney Cheryl Allen told a judge five teenagers need to stay in juvenile detention until after the last Day of school. Thatus the Day Allen said the eyed plotted a mass murder at Hutchinson High school. They had discussions of How they can Rig a class room and How Many they can get in the cafeteria Allen said Friday in Reno county District court of the five charged with solicitation to commit first degree murder and criminal threat. She added their plans were detailed and she did not want to take the Chance and see if anybody will show up on the last Day. Chief judge Patricia Macke Dick found probable cause to detain Takoda Bowman. After the decision on Bowman the other four waived their hearings and will remain in detention. As a group they can become dangerous Macke Dick said. Bowman Tyler Cabral Jacobsen Eells and Dominic Collins All 16, and Andre Nelson Harris 17, were arrested on wednesday. Two of them have prior criminal cases. Eells was charged with criminal threat following an oct. 30 incident at Hutchinson High. On March 3, court records show he pleaded no contest to an amended charge of assault. Cabral has another pending Case on counts of Auto burglary and theft. He is accused in a criminal complaint of stealing books a Backpack and a computer out of a 1992 Honda Accord Between oct. 2 3, 2014. Allen told the judge the group referred to themselves As Kyd Short for kill yourself or die. She noticed Hutchinson police detective Curtis Black nod Ding his head in the Corner of the courtroom after the judge asked if any weapons were found during the investigation. Black said multiple weapons were found in the Home of one of the co defendants parents. He said police found two pistols and antique rifles stowed under lock in the Home. A Shotgun was also c aural e e los b Owman h Arris Mcc a Hub for local bid to help Nepal financially b y j Ohn g Reen the Hutchinson news Green Hutch news. Com workers at the it Cetera shop and ten thousand villages 22 n. Main st., Are trying to figure out How to get the most value for several paintings recently donated to the store to Send the Money to Nepal for earthquake disaster Relief. The four paintings based on internet research Range in value from about $ 900 to $ 2,500 each said store manager Jane Wagler. There Are so Many people Ive talked to Church groups and others who see so much misery and wonder what they can do in response to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck april 25 Between the Cap ital Kathmandu and the City of Bokhara Wagler said. Sales from the Down town store support the work of the mennonite Central committee which thursday stated in a news release that it committed $ 500,000 in its initial response to Nepal and that it would be working with a local organization in the re Mote Eastern area of the country. Support for about 200 families in Tokhal Zhunga District will assist people whose Homes Are no Lon Ger Safe for use and who have less than one week of food available according to a release from Julie Bell senior writer for Mcc Canada who noted that priority will be Given to female led households and households with disabled injured or de ceased family members. The commitment will increase the Organiza Tion stated if donations exceed that amount. The local Mcc office based in Newton has received a few donations designated for Nepal Relief said Anna Yoder donor relations coordinator in Newton. They ave been some Good sized gifts Yoder said. Were Lucky to have a Good constituent base. She suggested that q q stores intent to sell donated Art one facet of fundraiser plans. For wheat no setup in plague Murphy Bannerman the Hutchinson news Cloris Enns and Jane Wagler of it Cetera shop hold the donated painting Friday that they recently received. Profits from the paintings will go to Relief efforts in Nepal. Q q plus weeds pests Winter kill Are testing crops in Region and beyond. Faith a8 see drought / a5 Insi d e Aid still needed in Nepal a11 see help / a5 q q assistant a says their alleged plot for violence at Hutch High was detailed. See teens / a5 Garden Cit yes Powell weighs in on doll race a7

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