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  • March 4, 2015

Clay Center Dispatch On-Line: Police/Courts


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Two arrested for failing to register as offenders

Many people were arrested by local law enforcement last week.

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Monday 02/23/2015
Man arrested for assault, kidnapping
Posted: February 23, 2015

Local police arrested a man this weekend over kidnapping and other more serious charges.

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Friday 02/20/2015
22-year-old bound over on multiple drug charges
Posted: February 20, 2015

This week in the Clay County District Court, a Clay Center man was bound over for possession of methamphetamine and other charges after preliminary hearings in two cases.

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Thursday 02/19/2015
Posts, furniture stolen
Posted: February 19, 2015

A few items were stolen over the weekend.

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Sheriff’s Dept. investigates two suspected DUI accidents
Updated: February 19, 2015 - 12:21 pm

The Clay County Sheriff’s Department investigated two accidents recently where drivers were suspected to be driving under the influence.

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Tuesday 02/17/2015
Accidents reported in Washington County
Posted: February 17, 2015

An injury accident a couple weeks ago was among accidents recently reported in Washington County.

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Jury finds man not guilty of theft, drug offenses
Posted: February 17, 2015

This month in the Clay County District Court, a few persons were bound over for possession of methamphetamine and controlled substances, and a jury found a Wakefield man not guilty of theft and drug charges.

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Linn trailer fire ruled as arson
Posted: February 17, 2015

Authorities in Washington County are asking for information on a fire last week ruled as an arson in Linn.

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Two arrested
Posted: February 17, 2015

Two were arrested on Valentine’ Day.

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Wednesday 03/04/2015

Students tutoring in math counting it as community service for scholarships Legion chaplain objects to change in hospital policy City plans work on Fourth Street County spends extra on bigger wheel loader

Tuesday 03/03/2015

Wakefield sends chip-seal project out to bid Church hosts conversation on social issues on March 5 Dance Company brings home awards CCCHS student council sponsors blood drive on March 11 Two medal Saturday at forensics meet CC powerlifters competed Rickley, Mullin place at state CC Bengal 8th grade team places 4th

Monday 03/02/2015

Students learn much from Cosmosphere visit Tiger Chorale takes show on the road Hospital changes publication policy Tiger teams at 4A sub-state this week LAWRENCE ANDERSEN RICHARD A. HUFFMAN

Friday 02/27/2015

OPINION: Creeping secrecy Attack on us all Clay Center Tiger JV defeat Concordia Tiger freshmen lose game CCCHS Tiger golf to hold meeting Clay Center photo running in ‘Best City’ contest Cattlemen eyeing benefits of ground cover grazing

Thursday 02/26/2015

Lady Tiger hold off Concordia rally Concordia defeats Clay Center Tigers LATHAN LANCE LONG Hess: City has benefited from construction expertise Ramsey: City should use tax dollars better Wright: City shouldn’t go ‘halfway’ on pool Brown: City must continue working toward future goals

Wednesday 02/25/2015

CCWC wrestlers in tournament TWC wrestlers competed in tournaments RANNELLS KING City councilman challenging mayor concerned about taxes Mayor wants to continue projects started in first term Henry: Producers can handle volatility County opens bids for new loader

Tuesday 02/24/2015

World-class exhibits with world-class help Contreras: School board should protect arts, listen to community Reardon: District can improve, upgrade Peerson wants better schools for her children Frigon: Good schools are critical for economic development Abilene Cowgirls beat CC Lady Tigers Lady Tiger C team wins game Abilene JV defeat Clay Center Tiger JV Five Tiger wrestlers headed to state JEANETTE ALSTATT LOIS B. CARLIN