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T-Wolf Linksters Back on Track Tim Win Tourn by Bob Greer Another win went into the books Tuesday of last week (May 2) for the South Central High School golfers. This time the Timberwolves took first place in their own annual Pro- tection Invitational Tournament. Notice First publishedf in The Wester Ster Thursday, May 4, 2006. 40-42c Resolutio No. 2006-G A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE INTENTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KAN- SAS TO DESIGNATE 1 MILL SPE- CIFICALLY TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A COUNTYWIDE ECONOMIC DE- VELOPMENT PROGRAM. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Comanche County, Kansas, is authorized by K.S.A. 19- 4101 et seq. to provide financing from its general operating fund or may levy a tax annually upon all the taxable tangible property of the county for the establishme t of a countywide economic development program. WHEREAS, such funds may be uti- lized to conduct studies and prepare comprehe sive plans for the CountyAEs future economic growth and development; to. inventory the services, facilities and resources of the entire county; to promote, stimulate and encourage the growth and devel- opment of the agriculture, commerce and industry of the county as a whole, in order to achieve maximum utiliza- tion of its human, economic and natu- ral resources and tourist attractions; WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners is required by K.S.A. 19- 4102 to publish a otice of its in- tention to levy a tax in the official county newspaper. Hit pay dirt: even Compost THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OFCOUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COMAN- CHE COUNTY, KANSAS: SECTION 1: The Board of County Commissioners of Comanche County, Ka sas, hereby authorize the levy of a 1 mill upon the taxable ta gible propi~rty of the county for the estab- lishment of a county~vide economic development program. SECTION 2: Such funds collected from the levy shall be used to conduct studies and prepare comprehe sive plans for the CountyAEs future eco- nomic growth and development; to in- ventory the services, facilities and re- sources of the e tire county; to pro- mote, stimulate and encourage the growth and development of the agri- culture, commerce and industry of the county as a whole. SECTION 3: This resolution shall become effective after passage by the Board of County Commissioners, publication in the official county newspaper and thirty (30) days fol- lowing the date of publication, unless a petition, signed by electors equal in number to not less than 5% of the electors of the county, requesting an election thereon, shall be filed in the office of the county election officer, no such levy shall be made without such proposition having first been submitted to and having been ap- proved by a majority of the electors of the county voting at an election called and held thereon. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF COMANCHE, KANSAS, THISlst DAY OF MAY, 2006. Dune Huck Chairman Velma Basnett Commissioner Wayne Woolfolk Commissio er Attest: The event was played at the course in Protection -- a 9-hole lay-out. Men's par there is 36 holes. Each golfer played just nine holes on that date. Five high schools entered. Just three had enough players, however, to compete for the team crown. Each squad was al- lowed to use six players, but only the four best scores were counted toward team totals. South Central won with 158 total team strokes. Greensburg was runner-up with 180, and third went to Jetmore with 193. Both Fowler and Ashland also had representative players, but not enough for a full team. Weather was perfect for golfing on that day. Trevor Sherman, junior for SCHS, won medalist honors with a 1-over-par 37 for his 9- hole round. Senior Adrian Gardea of South Central edged senior Ben Murphy for second place. They had a one-hole play- off after each carded 39 strokes in regulation play. Sophomore Kekoa Menden- hall of SCHS won fourth place over Logan Waters of Greens- burg. They had a play-off after each finished with 43 strokes. Sixth place went to Branden Jantz of Greensburg in a playoff with Josh Klein of South Cen- tral. Each finished regulation play with 44 strokes. The other three medals (for 8th, 9th, and 10th) went to non-SCHS golfers. Chesney Clark of SCHS fin- I WE'VE GOT I A GOOD THING ! GOING HERE. I Compost. Find out how. ~l Find out now. ~--z.~ ~.z.== | Call the KDHE at1-800-828-990. ished with 51 strokes. Her total did not count in the Timberwolf line-up. A total of 48 golfers com- peted in the various divisions of the Protection Invitational on Tuesday. A junior-varsity division was also played at Protection as part of that meet. South Central's No. 1 junior varsity unit won the team title with 216 total strokes. Jetmore was runner-up with 240, and Fowler was third with 241. South Central's No. 2 jayvee squad finished fourth with 254 strokes. Ashland was fifth at 256, while Greensburg was sixth with 263. Playing on the No. 1 unit for the SCHS jayvees were Ryan Seizer, William Rosson, Chelsey Sherman, and Zach Sherman. James Waters of Jetmore won medalist honors in that division with 45 strokes. South Central players took the next three places. William Rosson was sec- ond at 50, Manny Lopez third with 52 strokes, and Ryan Seizer fourth at 52, also. That was after a playoff between those two golfers. Zach Sherman was sixth at 56 strokes, and Chelsey Sherman eighth at 58. Also played was a division for girls only. South Central's No. 1 girls jayvees scored 238 strokes and won first. The Tim- berwolf No. 2 girls jayvee unit was second with 272 strokes. Jetmore and Ashland also had some girl players entered there. Chesney Clark was medalist with her score of 51 strokes. Chelsey Sherman was second at 58. Nina Koehn placed fourth at 64, and Carmen Thompson was fifth at 65 strokes. South Central's second unit Jaycees were led by Michele Brosius with 66 strokes. She was seventh in that division. Inger- Marie Furholz was eighth and Shelby Wagnon ninth, both at 68 strokes. They played off-for those places. Nickoline Petersen was unplaced for SCHS, card- ing a score of 70. of Doug Storie Coldwater Marshal Alice Smith County Clerk by l/anita Blundell The internet can be a wonder- ful thing. I receive an article from Deanna Spence Chenoweth, and I found it to be true. Charles Sehultz Philosophy The following is the philoso- you do on this one: phy of Charles Schultz, the cre- 1. List a few teachers who ator ofthe"Peanuts" comic strip, aided your j ourney through You don't have to actually an- school. swer the questions. Just read the 2. Name three friends who e-mail straight through, and have helped you through a diffi- you'll get the point, cult time. 1. Name the five wealthiest 3. Name five people who people in the world, have taught you something 2. Name the last five Heisman worthwhile. trophy winners. 4. Think of a few people who 3. Name the last five winners have made you feel appreciated of the Miss America. and special. 4. Name ten people who have 5. Think of five people you won the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize. enjoy spending time with. 5. Name the last half dozen Easier? Academy Award winner for best The lesson: The people who actor and actress, make a difference in your life are 6. Name the last decade's not the ones with the most ere- worth of World Series winners, dentials, the most money, or the How did you do? most awards. They are the ones The point is, none of us re- that care. member the headliners ofyester- "Don't worry about the world day. These are no second-rate coming to an end today. It's al- achievers. They are the best in ready tomorrow in Australia." their fields. (Charles Schultz) But the applause dies. With Mothers Day and Awards tarnish. Achievements gradtmtion coming up we have are forgotten. Accolades and many of people to be thankful certificates are buried with their for. Maybe we should tell those .owners. who have made a difference in Here,s another quiz. See how our lives thank you. Protection Mennonite Church Vacation Bible School Sunday through Thursday, May 21 - 25 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Children going into Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Farm Real Estate Loans Rural Home Loans Operating & Equipment Loans Cattle & Ranch Loans Real Estate Appraisal Service Multi Peril Crop Insurance Hail Insurance 800-783-7406 620-672-7406 706 S. Main Pratt, KS 67124 www.fcskansas.com This envy is an equalquaE oppcclur,~p" i~o~dor. ~ Ru~, co.~.~,n,u--~co~n~,'~." ~,~,-,~. in To get your Card of Thanks, For Sale ad, Wanted, For Rent, Notice, of other advertisement in next week's Star, call today at , 'rL