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Perkins, Oklahoma
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2-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, February I, 2001 i; ! Daily Log blondav. January 22. 2000 Dfficer Steve Hensley 6:21 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Darrel Maloy of Perkins for speed. ll0:15 p.m. - Advised that resi- [lent on Kenworthy needs to speak with a officer about a yel- low truck driving reckless. ruesday. January 23. 2000 Officer Jered Prickett • 12:43 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Lucinda Baker of Konawa for speed. • 1:57 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Wesely Sam of Carney for defective equip- Lieutenant Justin Reedy • 6:17 p.m. - Accident at WS#1 no report, drivers exchanged in- surance information. • 6:32 p.m. - Loud music at 6th and Kenworthy. Music turned down prior to arrival. • 8:42 p.m. - Family disturbance on Eaton street. One half left prior to arrival. Reporting party. does not wish for the other half to return. Thursday. January 25. 2000 Officer Steve Hensley • 12:24 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Brian Bertolino for defective equipment. Lieutenant Justin Reedy • 10:48 - Noise disturbance on 3rd street. Handled by officer• • 8:06 - Noise disturbance Kenworthy street. Handled by fficer. Friday. January 26. 2000 Officer Jered Prickett 12:30 a.m. - Traffic stop - Is- sued three citations to juvenile male of Perkins for improper backing, failure to report an ac- cident, and operating a motor vehicle without a drivers license (14 yrs old), issued citation to Max Clary of Perkins for allow- ing an unlicensed driver to drive• State accident report on file, Bays vs. Chandler. • 2:25 a.m. - Report of possible burglary in progress at 125 Sharp Street. Talked with resi- dent, unfounded. Lieutenant Justin Reedy • 10:21 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Hector Becerra of Edmond for failure to dim fog lamps Office Prickett and Officer Bays • 11:07 p.m. - Traffic stop - cited Joshua Murray of Stillwater for failure to pay taxes due state• Saturday. January 27. 2000 Office Prickett and Officer Bays • 12:09 a.m. -Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Dave Watts Jr. of McLoud for defective equip- ment and cited for failure to wear seat belt. • 1:28 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Robert Culie of Wellston for speed. • 2:00 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Travis Freeze of Prague for defective equipment. o2:13 a.m. Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to John Filonow of Stillwater for defective equip- ment. • 2:27 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Misty Higgins of Tryon for defective equipment, cited for no insurance and oper- ating a motor vehicle with a sus- pended drivers license. Had pas- senger drive home. °3:20 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Tiffany Going of Ponca City for speed. Officer Steve Hensley • 9:34 a.m. - Lead Stillwater EMS to gym for neck injury. • 12:12 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Brandan Poll of Stillwater for speed. °4:45 p.m. - Advised pigs run- ning at large at NW 3rd and French street. Officer Jered Prickett and Of- ricer Maxwell " • 8:27 p.m. - Observed vehicle in wrong lane of traffic heading east on SH 33, almost had head on collision with a s xti and sev- eral other cars. Stopped vehicle, followed driver home. She has problems seeing at night. • 8:29 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Michael Geren of Agra for defective equipment. • 11:05 p.m. -Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to juvenile of Stillwater for speed. Sunday. January 28. 2000 Officer Steve Hensley • 10:27 a.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Jessica Broyles of Perkins for speed. • 1:54 p.m. - Trafficstop - writ- ten warning to Carrie Click of Stillwater for speed. • 2:21 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Warren Sherrell of Wellston for speed. • 2:31 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Leslie Pierce of Stillwater for speed. • 3:28 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Jeanne Campbell of Stillwater for speed. • 4:42 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Tina Coker of Shawnee for speed. °4:52 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning toCharles Byrd of Perkins for speed and cited for failure to pay all taxes due to state. • 5:39 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Jodi Bowling of Stillwater for speed. • 6:06 p.m. - Traffic stop - writ- ten warning to Donald Hemphill of Perkins for speed. Officer Jered Prickett and Of. ricer BaYS • 9:52 p.m. - Traffic stop - cited Zachary Miller of Stillwater for improper color of forward fac- ing light. Gave same subject written warning on 1/21/01 for same thing, green blinker lights. Case Log • Jan. 21 - #2001-018 - Suspect; Dennis Morris - driving under suspension - jailed - Officer Prickett • Jan. 26 - #2001-019 - Bays vs. Chandler - accident - State re- port on file - Officer Prickett school application goes on-line Science and math i Officials of Oklahoma School and indication of student's covery Center, two facilities that of Science and Mathematics strong interest and potential in are currently under construction, (OSSM) have announced that science and mathematics, and a second phase of the tier- for the first time in the school's Admissions administratorsmitory that will provide space eleven-year history, an applica- expect to receive approximately for approximately 140 addi- tion to OSSM is available on- 300 applications this year. Af- tional students. line. To access the on-line ap- ter reviewing the written appli- While in residence at OSSM, plication for the Class of 2003, cations, the selection committee students participate in an enor- go to the school's web site at will invite approximately 140 mously challenging academic www.o.ssm,edu. The deadline students of Oklahoma City to program. In addition to high for submitting applications for participate in the interview per- level courses in the sciences and the Class of 2003, is March 22. tion of the application process• mathematics, the curriculum in- Applications are also available Interviews will take place on cludes exemplary programs in from the OSSM Department of April 28. On the first of June, computer science, humanities, Admissions by calling 405-521- school officials will announce the arts, and physical education. 6436, or writing: 1141 North the names of approximately 75 In two years OSSM students Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma finalists for the Class of 2003. must complete four and one-half City, OK 73104. Also, copies of Classes begin each year in units of science, two units of the application have been mid-August on the Oklahoma mathematics¢:two of English, mailed to high school counse- City campus on Lincoln Boule- two of Social Science, two of a lors throughout the state, vard across from Oklahomaforeign language, one unit of OSSM is Oklahoma's tuition- Health Center• Housing is pro- fine arts, two of physical edu- free high school for juniors and vided in the Dan Little Resi- cation, and one-half unit ofcom- Seniors who have exceptional dence Hall with accommodates purer science. Weekly, each sci- ability in math and science. Cri- 144 students and six faculty ence class features a three-hour teria for admission includes families. Future plans for cam- laboratory experience. Students standardized test scores, previ- pus expansion include themust also receive satisfactory ous grades and course work, Bernice Shedrick Library and participation reports in both academic recommendations, the Samson Science and Dis- campus and community service. announces essay competition • Oklahoma high schg01 stu- energy crisis. How did this hap- dents have an opportunity to pen? What are the ramifications weigh in on high oil and natural, of this crisis on the average gas prices in the Oklahoma En- : / nerican? What should be done ergy Resources Board's fourth to solve annual Oklahoma Petroleum ' Essays nmst be at least 750 words,lout not more than 1,250. Deadfine for submitting entries to the OERB is 2 p.m. on March 14. winners will be announced no later than April 30. First prize in the essay com- petition is $1,500, second prize is $1,250 and third prize is Challenge. The essay competition is open to Oklahoma high school stu- dents grades 9-12. this year's topic is: "To a significant extent, the United States is an economy, and a society, built on fossil en- ergy. Because of recent in- creases in electricity, gasoline. $1,000• The top 40 entries will • ~ . . and natural gas costs, the Umted be invited to Oklahoma C ty for States is now in the midst of an the final round of the Petroleum Challenge in early June. The Oklahoma City competi- tion will consists of a wdtterl, test, and a championship in game show format. For more information, on the essay competition and the rest of the Oklahoma Petroleum Challenge, contact Tawnia Wise, at 1-800-664-1301 or 405-942-5323. OERB was created in 1993 by the Oklahoma Legislature. The agency's purpose is to conduct environmental restoration of abandoned well sites and to edu- cate Oklahomans about the im- • portance of the petroleum indus- try. Producers or royalty owner who wish to seek a refund or the 2000 assessment should call the OERB at 1-800-664-1301 or 405-942-5323 and ask for exten- sion 235. Refund applications forms, available from the OERB office, must be accompanied by appro- priate documentation of the in- terest owner's payment of the OERB assessment. Refund'ap- plications must be postmarked by March 31. iii!i iiiii! i Stillwater Medical +qeat'CAy, l- fesCyte Di lNdmm ldm aioa This four-session class offers instruction the basic care and management of diabetes. It also provides information about prevention of long-term complica- tions and what to do on sick days. This class is taught by a certified diabetes educator. Date: Tues: February 6, 13, 20, 27 Time: 9:30- 11:30 a.m. Cost: $45 Note: Must preregister by calling 742-5622. in umm k A moderate weight loss program using a practical approach by helping participants evaluate their food choices and learn healthy cooking skills. This 4-week session includes nutrition counseling, a low-impact exercise session and behav- ioral counseling. Date: Thurs: February 8, 15, 22; Mar 1 Time: 5:45 - 7:00 p.m. pimp: Total Rehab, 320 N. Perkins Rd. $30 due on first night Call: 742-r~1~ The Life Weigh for KIDS1 This is a physician approved weight control program designed to help kids 7-15 years of age adopt a healthier lifestyle. Classes are taught by a registered, licensed dietitian, a behavioral counselor and an exercise specialist. Date: TBA ................ : ~:;'i''' "~'" Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. PI~: Total Rehab, 320 N. Perkins Rd. $30 due on first night Smdt mo This course is an in-depth positive ap- proach to breaking the smoking habit. This unique system uses stress management, education, attitudinal transformation and food management. Call: 742-57~ Date: March 1 - Introductory Meeting After reaching your 32nd week of preg- nancy, the staff on Maternal Child Health Unit (MCHU) would like you to make an appointment to see us during your 36th 37th week. This appointment will take approximately one hour. Chgdbirth Preparation This is a LhLe_e:Ea~ program taught by istered nurses for first-birth families or perienced families who want more information. This program may be taken anytime during pregnancy, but it is mended during the last three months. Date: Tues: February 6, 13, 20 Wed: February 7, 14, 21 lime: Tues: 7:00 p.m.; Wed: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $30 per couple B aad almat m This class is an optional fourth class childbirth preparation series. Best taken following the Childbirth Prep classes. Bate: Wed: January 31 or February 28 Time: 7:00 p.m. $5.00 per couple This program, taught by experienced and delive~ nurses will provide you mat=on on the most current abor and livery options. Date: Tues: February 20 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $25 per couple Sibling Clau This class is recommended for siblings three years old and up. Date: Wed: February 7 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free Prom ¢am=er aadl samtmt e.m l= Date: Third Tuesday of every month Time: 7:00 p.m. Place:Stillwater Medical Center For more info: Gary Meek (405) 624-3946 Jerry Davis (405) 377-1541 Ilmaatleedla~ A certified breastfeeding instructor will teach you the "hews" and "whys" of breastfeeding. This class is designed to taken during the last two months of preg- nancy. Date: Tues: February 6 Time: 7:00 p.m. $15 per couple Date: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA ~lwu m -1 ~m S.pport amp Date: Third Monday of every month Time: 7:00 p.m. place:Even months at Stillwater Med. Ctr., odd months at St. Joseph Med. Ctr. in Ponca City mm mra Learn techniques to promote the healthy and safe development of your newborn. Date: Wed: February 21 Time: 7:00 p.m. Free This 3-week series will address changes that occur within your family after the birth of your baby. Complimentary child care for siblings available. Date: Tues: February 6, 13, 20 Time: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. place-Payne County Health Dept. Free For a more detailed explanation of classes call 742-5738 for a brochure. Adkdt CPII In this class you will learn how to use CPR on infants, children and adults using the standards of the American Heart Associa- tion. Participants will receive certification. Date: Sat: February 3 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.- $40 per person (includes book) Fee: American Heart Assoc. Card NnR Dato: Wed: February 14 Time: 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Co~ $15 per person; must preregister Stillwater Mmlical