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Boswell OK News
Sep 28, 2016
Wednesday's Delaware County arrest log
Those booked into the Delaware County jail are:
-- Stevens, Jesse Ray, 26, Muncie, domestic battery.
-- Boswell, Steven Frederick, 35, Fort Wayne, theft.
-- Hill, Felicia Jo, 21, Muncie, theft.
-- Metcalf, Jamie Lynn, 30, Muncie, residential entry.
-- Lehman, Geoffrey Lee, 36, Muncie, residential entry.
-- Burnett, Jamie Dawn, 40, Muncie, battery.
-- Bryan, Vince Martin, 53, Muncie, habitual traffic offender.
-- Glass, Gregory Allen, 44, Redkey, Delaware County 4-D Court warrant.
-- Boatman, Maurice DaVaughn, 29, Anderson, no charge listed.
-- Shafer, Joshua Allen, 28, Muncie, visiting a common nuisance.
-- Flowers, Shane Eugene, 27, Muncie, possession of methamphetamine.
-- Garrett, Jerry Dean, 47, Delaware County, Delaware Circuit Court 2 warrant.
-- Sours, Shontel Lynn, 37, Muncie, Delaware County 4-D Court warrant.
-- Koger, Kalie Michelle, 21, Muncie, reckless possession of paraphernalia.
-- Strong, Cornell Lamont, 27, Muncie, dealing in marijuana.
-- Smith, Shane Allen, 39, Muncie, resisting law enforcement.
-- Duncan, Gabriel Neal, 35, Gaston, possession of a narcotic drug.
-- White, Raymond Carthel, 46, Delaware County, possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug.
-- Vannatter, Michael Duane, 25, Muncie, invasion of privacy.
-- Lowe, Dustin Lee, 33, Eaton, invasion of privacy.
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... (Muncie Star Press)May 18, 2016
Sunday's Delaware County arrest log
Muncie, driving while intoxicated.
-- Conley, Jack Eldon, 37, Muncie, habitual traffic offender.
-- Lee, Catina Marie, 40, Muncie, forgery.
-- Boswell, Steven Frederick, 35, Muncie, habitual traffic offender.
-- England, William Del, 42, Jackson, domestic battery.
-- Montgomery, Tyrell Lamont, 20, Muncie, driving without ever receiving a license.
-- Baker, Joshua Eugene, 28, Muncie, resisting law enforcement.
-- Wills, Quiden Demonte, 19, Muncie, strangulation.
-- Jones, Amy Marie, 37, Muncie, no charge listed.
-- Williams, Terra Shae, 23, Albany, no charge listed.
-- Calvert, Jeffery Scott, 49, Muncie, possession of a controlled substance.
-- Rodarmel, Joseph Daniel, 24, Muncie, no charge listed.
-- Haffner, Devyn Danielle, 26, Muncie, criminal trespass.
-- Hartzell, Kyle Lee, 27, Muncie, criminal trespass.
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... (Muncie Star Press)Feb 2, 2016
Gering Junior High Second Quarter Honor Roll
Maschmeier, Emily Merritt, Nathaniel Murillo, Caleb Powers, Natalie Reichert, Tukker Romey, Zoee Smith, Hannah Splattstoesser, Alexandria Thurman-Boswell, Alannah Ventura, Eli Winkler.3.5 – 3.9 GPA: Ethan Barger, Alanna Becker, Matthew Bohlman, Victoria Brady, Tate Bridges, Kylie Brink, Jacob Casebolt, Caitlyn Charles, Adreick Conn, Garrett Conn, Callie Cushing, Dyson Dollarhide, Adam Flowers, Riley Gaudreault, Julia Hall, Destinee Harden, Elizabeth Heilbrun, Ryley Hoke, Faith Kennedy, Sierra Lunt, Abigail Madden,, Roberto Martinez, Ashley Mekolon, Avery Mitchell, Mia Murillo, Jacob Ockinga, Makayla Onstott, Ami Pershall, Taylor Philbrick, Connor Potts, Hailey Rickey, Camry Rowan, Danielle Schick, Bailie Staab, Morgan Van Anne, Elizabeth Zuniga. (Gering Citizen)Jan 8, 2016
A glowing entryway: City creating a future full of color under expressway
For everyone driving in and out of Harlingen, it’s going to make a huge impact to see our city as a beautiful, clean community,” Mayor Chris Boswell said Wednesday at the City Commission meeting.
Officials are counting on the project to be the first to landscape the city’s busiest underpasses, said Melissa Boykin, executive director of Keep Harlingen Beautiful.
“We want this to be a catalyst for projects to follow,” Boykin said.
City leaders selected the Harrison and Tyler underpass because it has become the city’s gateway near the fast-growing Harlingen Heights shopping district anchored by Bass Pro Shops.
“We thought it would have the biggest impact,” Boykin said. “That little stretch is probably one of the biggest focal points coming in and out of Harlingen and that’s our shopping area.”
The landscape will feature about $43,500 worth of flowering, native trees and shrubs, said Javier Mendez, the city’s parks director.
“We wanted color,” Boykin said.
Officials want to give the 205-foot by 310-foot landscape the ambiance of a park.
“The center will be full and lush with plant material and then scale back to low ground cover,” Mendez said.
Officials selected native trees and shrubs because they are hardier and require less maintenance.
“We decided to go that route so the plants have the best chance of surviving and the flowers will attract birds and butterflies,” said Jeff Lyssy, the city’s parks superintendent.
Officials are trying to determine whether their budget will allow the purchase of artificial turf.
“We were real concerned about... (Valley morning Star)