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on the record 4 I Sioux County Index-Reporter November 2, 2016 COURT NEWS New Probates time already served. Said mittimus shall be served concur- Joshua B. Vermeer, Alton, seat belt violation. Estate of Rodney A. Hulshof. rent with Count I of this matter. The defendant shall pay a Nicholas J. Te Slaa, Orange City, speeding. Closed Probates $315 fine, surcharges and court costs. Carlos H. Ramirez Rams, Sioux Center, no valid driver's Estate of Lucille Veltkamp. State of Iowa vs. Naomi S. Van Veldhuizen, Rock Valley, license; failure to provide proof of financial liablity. Judgments filed in Small Claims defendant, pleads guilty to the offense of possession of wen J. Sandbulte, Rock Valley, failure to obey traffic Richard D. and Beth R. Polacek, Boyden, defendants, vs. marijuana-first offense and with the consent of the defen- control device. AAA Collections, plaintiff, in the amount of $1,315.88, plus dant, the entry of judgment and pronouncement of sen- Robert O. Kinney, Alton, seat belt violation. interest and court costs, tence in this case is deferred and the defendant is placed Thomas L. Brummel, Sioux Center, violation of condi- Tyler M. Sjaarda, Ireton, defendant, in favor of L.F. Noll on probation for a period of one year.The defendant shall tions of minor's school license. Inc., plaintiff, in the amount of $2,104.67, plus interest and pay a $315 civil penalty, surcharges and court costs. Jillian F. Dykstra, Rock Valley, violation of conditions of court costs. State of Iowa vs. Brennan J. Heintz, Sioux Center, de- minor's school license. DanielleBIom, lnwood, defendant, infavorofJacobsma fendant, pleads guilty to the offense bf possession of mari- Rebecca L. Jacobson, Rock Valley, permitting unau- & Clabaugh, PLC, Sioux Center, plaintiffs, in the amount of juana, and with the consent of the defendant, the entry thorized minor to drive. $1,078.93, plus interest and court costs, of judgment and pronouncement of sentence in this case Andrea J. Kersten, Hull, failure to provide proof of fi- Brenda Hexamer, Orange City, defendant, in favor of is deferred and the defendant is placed on probation for nancial liability. AAA Collections, plaintiff, in the amount of $3,047.97, plus a period of one year. The defendant shall pay a $315 civil Julene K. Anderson, Hull, speeding. interest and court costs, penalty, surcharges and court costs. Harold Haarsma, Hospers, speeding. Sophia L.Topete, and Sigifredo Duenas, Hawarden, de- State of Iowa vs. William G. Hazen, Omaha, Neb., de- Genaro Lopez Gutierrez, Ireton, no valid driver's license. fendants, in favor of Accounts Management Inc., plaintiff, fendant, is convicted of possession of marijuana, and shall Matthew K. Le Sage, Sioux Center, stopping, standing in the amount of $3,562.12, plus interest and court costs, serve 180 days in the Sioux County Jail with all but two or parking where prohibited. Criminal Cases Closed days suspended and with credit for time already served. Larinda K. Van Beek, Rock Valley, failure to maintain State of Iowa vs. Andrew W. Bremmer, Sioux City, de- The defendant shall pay a $315 fine, surcharges and court control. fendant, is convicted of possession of marijuana-second costs. Irving A. Dominguez Salais, Sioux Center, no valid driv- offense and shall serve 365 days in the Sioux County Fines er's license. Jail with all but two days suspended and with credit for Kayla G. Neyhart, Sioux Center, failure to provide proof Brandon L. De Zeeuw, Sioux Center, speeding. time already served. The term of incarceration shall run of financial liability. Arlene K.Walgenbach, Hospers, speeding. concurrent with that imposed in Count II, this case, and Tyler A. Danbom, Sioux Center, no valid driver's license. Adele R Kamerman, Sioux Center, speeding. Woodbury County, Case No. AGCR092276. The defendant Nathan D. Bolkema, Sioux Center, speeding. Marilou C. Schelling, Sioux Center, speeding. shall pay a $315 fine, surcharges and court costs. The de- Leslie A. Greving, Orange City, seat belt violation. Haley B. Moss, Boyden, speeding. fendant is also convicted of operating while barred and Colton R. Kaskie, Ireton, seat belt violation. John W. Foreman, Orange City, speeding. shall serve 365 days in the Sioux County Jail with all but 14 Jodi K. Zomermaand, Sioux Center, failure to obey stop Lillian J. De Haan, Orange City, speeding. days suspended and with credit for time already served, sign and yield right-of-way. Richard D. Ortiz, Orange City, speeding. This term of incarceration shall run concurrent with that Austin J. Barrera, Ireton, speeding. Shannon M. Slemp, Alton, speeding. imposed in Count I, this case and Woodbury County Case Lance D. Fluit, Ireton, failure to provide proof of finan- Catalina Martin Perez, Orange City, driving while li- No. AGCR092276. The defendant shall pay a $625 fine, sur- cial liability; operating non-registered vehicle, cense suspended. charges and court costs. Bridget S. Bazaldua, Boyden, speeding. Nelva J. Den Boer, Rock Valley, unlawful passing of State of Iowa vs. Raymond T. Nieman, Alton, defen- Raul Curiel, Hawarden, speeding; no valid driver's li- school bus. dant, is convicted of child endangerment and shall serve cense. Jose D. Murillo, Maurice, driving while license under 365 days in the Sioux County Jail with all but seven days Arthur L. King, Rock Valley, failure to provide proof of suspension. suspended and with credit for time already served. Said financial liability. Sydney N. Damstra, Boyden, unlawful passing of school mittimus shall be served concurrent with Count II.The de- Victor D. Torres, Hull, permitting unauthorized person bus. fendant shall pay a $625 fine, surcharges and court costs, to drive. The defendant is also convicted of possession of metham- Jesus S. Rivera, Rock Valley, no valid driver's license. phetamine, and shall serve 180 days in the Sioux County Ivy M. Cline, Hawarden, speeding. Information provided by Pluim Publishing, Orange City Jail with all but two days suspended and with credit for Isabel Santillan, Hawarden, speeding. SHERIFF'S NEWS Accident The sheriff's office was assisted by Sioux Center Fire Department responded a Demco 525 gravity flow wagon loaded On Friday, Oct. 21, at 9:22 p.m., the Sioux Center Police Department and Iowa to a report of a structure firethatoccurred with soybeans south on Hospers Drive Sioux County Sheriff's Office investigated State Patrol. at 4002 Goldfinch Ave., two miles west of North when an axle of the wagon mal- a motor vehicle accident that occurred at Accident Sioux Center, Iowa. functioned. The wagon rolled onto its side the intersection 390th Street and Hickory On Sunday, Oct. 23, at 8:34 p.m., the Upon its arrival, the fire department on the roadway. Avenue, one mile east of Sioux Center, Sioux County Sheriff's Office investigated discovered a hog confinement fully en- No injuries were reported. Iowa. a motor vehicle accident that occurred gulfed by fire. The wagon sustained approximately Lucas Jungemann, 33, of Wolsey, South on Highway 60, two miles north of Alton, The building was a total loss and no $3,000 in damage. Dakota, was driving a 2000 Peterbilt semi- Iowa. pigs were inside at the time of the fire. Accident truck pulling a grain trailer west on 390th Kenneth Dekam, 75, of Sanborn, Iowa, No injuries were reported. On Thursday, Oct. 27, at 8:01 p.m., the Street. He attempted to turn onto Hickory was driving a 2006 Chrysler 300 north on The Sioux Center Fire Department was Sioux County Sheriff's Office investigated Avenue when the trailer entered the east Highway 60 when he struck a deer on the assisted by Ireton Fire Department, Mau- a motor vehicle accident that occurred on ditch and rolled onto its side. roadway, rice Fire Department, Sioux Center Ambu- Highway 10, one-half mile east of Orange No injuries were reported. No injuries were reported, lance, Iowa State Patrol and Sioux County City, Iowa. The Peterbilt and trailer sustained aP- The Chrysler sustained approximately Sheriff's Office. Robin Van Zandbergen, 50, of Hospers, proximately $30,000 in damage .......... $1,500 ir : damage, Iowa, was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Impala Jungemann was cited for failing to Fire east on Highway 10 when she struck a maintain control of a motor vehicle.On Monday, Oct. 24, deer on the roadway. No injuries were reported. The Chev- rolet sustained approximately $12,000 in damage. McGill, Mur y, Collins & Bixenman, RL.C. has .... : ....... "' The cause ofthe fire remains under in- vestigation. at 8:07 a.m., the Accident On Tuesday Oct. 25, at 2:33 p.m., the Sioux County Sheriff's Office investigated a farm equipment accident that occurred on Hospers Drive North in Hospers, Iowa. Justin DeJong, 29, of Hull, Iowa, was driving a Versatile 250 farm tractor pulling ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rock Valley, IA and LeMars, IA is pleased to announce that UELINE L. SCHREURS become associated with the firm effective SEPTEMBER15,2016 All information provided by Sioux County Sheriff COMMENTARY No ties in sports For the most part, I feel I can under- overtime or more, teams have to go for Patrick N. Murphy Maureen McGill Hoogeveen W.E."Gene" Collins Scott L. Bixenman Michael R Murphy Jacqueline L. Schreurs 1403 S. Main Street. Rock Valley, IA 51247 712-476-5411 fax 712-476-5958. mcgillaw@mtcnet.net 38 First Avenue NW, P0 Box 526 LeMars, IA 51031 712-546-8844. fax 712-546-8847 murphlaw@prernier0nline.net stand why certain rules and regulations 2 points when they score a touchdown. are put in place in sports. But one rule I I believe this could work in the NFL. cannot understand is the National Foot- For one, you have a better group of play- ball League's regarding games that go ers in the NFL than in college football. into overtime. It makes no sense to me Why not allow them to showcase their how a hard-fought game can end in a skills? With their talent, you're bound to tie. This rule is odd and unnecessary in have a play that can help one team win. today's sports. Worried about player safety and health None of the other major sports I over a long game? It's not like you're know of can end in a tie, except soc- starting a backyard brawl once overtime cer. Even then there are penalty shots begins. The same rules apply as they involved. Even hockey has a shootout. I would at any other point during the was always under the impression that, in game. Take a break after a certain num- sports, there are clear winners and los- ber of quarters if you have to. I thinkthis ers. A tie just muddies the water, giving would also make the game more excit- no clear indication of who won or lost. ing and the level of competition more Sure you can talk about what a great intense. Players would realize that every game a particular player had, but that play counts even more now in the over- still doesn't make us forget about the time periods. tie. For some teams, it even feels like a How often would you have to apply loss even if it is not recorded that way in these overtime rules anyway? It seems the history books, to me that there are at least one to two Why not adopt the rules of the col- overtime games every year and that's it. lege football overtime periods for just Why not give them an opportunity and one season? In college football, when a see what happens? We may all be sur- game goes into overtime, there is a coin prised at what happens. All I'm asking toss to determine who has the ball. The is that the tie rules be reconsidered. No team that wins the coin toss is given other sport to my knowledge ends in a the ball at the 25-yard line. They have tie and professional football should not the opportunity to score either a touch- either. Here's hoping the only ties we see down or a field goal, Then the other on Sundays are the ones in church and team is given the chance to score. If they the ones worn by players after the game. are tied at the end of the first overtime, Kyle Hoogendoorn they go to the second overtime with the same rules applying. If there is a third LEGAL NOTICE IOWA DISTRICT COURT estate. Any action to set aside the will second publication of this notice or FOR SIOUX COUNTY must be brought in the district court of one month from the date of mailing of IN THE MAI"rER said county within the later to occur of this notice (unless otherwise allowed OFTHE ESTATEOF four months from the date of the sec- or paid) a claim is thereafter forever Cornie W. De Vos, Deceased.ond publication of this notice or one barred. Probate No. ESPR019456 month from the date of mailing of this Dated October 3, 2016. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF notice to all heirs of the decedent and Elizabeth L De Vos APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND devisees under the will whose identi- Executor of the Estate NOTICETO CREDITORS ties are reasonably ascertainable, or 611 First Street TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN thereafter be forever barred. HulI, IA51239 THE ESTATE OF CORNIE W. DE VOS, Notice is further given that all JohnG. DeKoster Deceased, who died on or about Sep- persons indebted to the estate are lOS PIN:AT0001891 tember 21, 2016: requested to make immediate pay- Attorney for the Executor You are hereby notified that on menttotbeundersigned, andcmditors DeKoster&DeKoster October 3, 2016, the last will and testa- having claims against the estate shall 1102 Main Street, P Box 801 ment of Cornie W. De Vos, deceased, file them with the clerk of the above Hull, IA 51239 bearing date of January 3, 2013, was named district court, as provided by Date of second publication admitted to probate in the above law, duly authenticated, for allowance, 19thdayofOctober, 2016 named court and that Elizabeth L. De and unless so filed by the later to occur s1026/1~02-1 Vos was appointed executor of the of four months from the date of the