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Rylee John O'HAIR -- Craig and Brit- tany O'Hair are excited to an- nounce the arrival of their son, Rylee John. He was born at 12:04 p.m.on Wednesday, June 15,2016 at the Pratt Regional Medical Center. At birth the newborn weighed eight pounds six ounces, and was 19 inches long. Welcoming Rylee home were his grandparents, Dan and Loft McCaffrey of Seibert, Colo., and Carl and Jeanette O'Hair of Cold- water. WSU Lists Drussel on Honor Roll Wichita State University has announced the names of nearly 2,500 students, including Mariah Drussel of Coldwater, on the WSU dean's honor roll for spring 2016. To be included on the dean's honor roll, a student must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. WSU enrolls about 14,500 students and offers more than 50 undergraduate degree pro- grams in more than 150 areas of study in six undergraduate col- leges. The Graduate School offers an extensive program including more than 40 master's degrees that offer study in more than 100 areas; a specialist in education degree; and doctoral degrees in applied mathematics; audiology; chemistry; communication sci- ences and disor ders; human factors and community/clinical psychology; educational leader- ship; nursing practice; physical therapy; and aerospace, electri- cal, industrial and mechanical engineering. O'Hair Published in The Western Star Thursday, July 14, 2016. 50c ORDINANCE NO. 2016-2 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE LOCATION OF PARKING FOR TRAILERS AND RECRE- ATIONAL VEHICLES ON PUBLIC STREETS NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OR- DAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF COLD- WATER, KANSAS, THAT: Section 1. DEFINITIONS. Capitalized terms used by not defined herein have the mean- ings assigned to them in the Stan- dard Traffic Ordinance as adopted. Section 2. PARKING RE- STRICTED. The Standard Traffic Ordinance as adopted is hereby amended to add the following subsection to Sec. 85. Stopping, Standing or Parking Prohibited in Specified Places: (f) Park a House Trailer, Recreational Vehicle, Semi- trailer, or Trailer on any public street within the corporate limits of the City unless it is parked on a pub- lic street immediately adjacent to the owner's real property. Section 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and publi- cation in the official city news- paper as provided by law. PASSED by the governing I)ody of the City of Coldwater on this 11 th day of July, 2016. CITY OF COLDWATER, KANSAS A~: Kristal Sherman, City Clerk [Seal] Recycling Storts w i th lPOUl by Darlene Hilt Robert "Mike" Barlow, 80 of Wichita, died Sunday, June 26, 2016. Born June 8, 1935, he was re- tired employee of KG&E/Westar Energy. He was preceded in death by: his parents Morgan and Julia; four siblings Daniel Barlow, Patty Breth, Reggie Barlow, and Vincent Barlow; and grandson Trenton Larsen. His survivers include: his wife Becci, children Stephanie Colter of Coldwater, Cris (Nancy) Barlow, Cindi Larsen, Eric Barlow, Allie (Robert Ander- son) Barlow, aqnd Sara (Justin DeFever) Barlow; siblings Mary Ellen Ziarnik, Connie Dinda, Morgan Barlow, Jr., and Emmett Barlow; 21 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral and burial were Wednesday, July 6, in Wichita. In lieu of flowers,memorial are suggested to St. Patrick Catho- lic School or the Lord's Diner. Greeting from all the Prairie Neighbor Bonnie West had Plaza folks, no special news, so we visited Summer is still very much about old-time July Fourth cel- with us. ebrations. Because of the mess-up withThe Lytle girls and their aunt the news last week, I didn't get Jean were in Garden City for a to mention our birthdays. Here week & got to visit with Alex and at Prairie Plaza we have three Rebecca from Tallahassee and "July babies." NellieTheron and Melissa and their Ellis's birthday is July 13, Karen son from western Kansas. Brumbaugh's is July 20, and Dee Leola Moore was with the Thomas will celebrate her birth- Darrs on Saturday and they had day on July 29. family here from Ulysses. I hope your all enjoyed youMy folks at Marion said their July Fourth events. It was pretty holiday was pretty noisy on all noisy around here on the third sides. They are having good luck and fourth. Some were so close I with their rased hay bale garden, spilled myglass of water, and were surprised when the I imagine they had a good squirrels ate the young pole crowd for all the fireworks at the beans. city lake, the weather was nice Myma Bumgarner was happy that evening, to hear that her son is now well I don't think any of the Prai- enough to go back to work after fie Plaza folks were able to at- his cycle wreck. We all hope he tend. Manage Melissa McGuire can stay well. said she and her family watched We were glad to see the ar- from her porch, and they were ticle in ourStaraU about Dennies beautiful. Then she said she and his hobby/business. Glad needs to trim her trees before he has other things to do besides next year's fireworks show.keeping our paper alive. We do We have had 1.80" of rain appreciate him bringing our pa- here on my porch since the last pers to us each week. news day. Two of those storms No one had any other news, started with a hard wind from the so maybe next time. northeast and then suddenlyYou all stay cool if you can, switched to the other direction, and try to enjoy the summer. m| I[I Enough Enough! It's time for a change. We need to take our community back. The safety and well being of the citizens of Comanche County is of the highest priority. Our children and grandchildren deserve to grow up in an environment like we did. We cannot let illegal drug use and distribution take hold in our community. As a proven leader on and off the battlefield, I believe I have a great opportunity to make a huge difference in our community if given the chance. We are facing critical times in our nation; the constant erosion of freedom is paramount. I would be honored to continue to stand and fight for every single person in our community. I Would Greatly Appreciate Your Vote! Mike Lehl Republican Candidate for Comanche County Sheriff N pol. adv. paid for by Mike I hl for Sheriff, Mike Lehl, Treasurer L