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JOHNSON, KS67855 f THEJOHNSON I The Forest Service - Cimarron National Grassland has placed a Closure Order om the Cimarron Recreation Area. The Closure Order was put into place on May19, 2011. High winds have toppled approximately 15 trees within the Cimarrm Recreation Area, and there are more trees down around the adjacent area.'Qher trees still pose a hazard to the recreating public, and there is still blowing sand and limbs falling from trees. Burned trees have been removed. The II.S. Forest Service is working to rehabilitate the area so that the camp- groun may be used. However, it is still uncertain how long the area will re- main dosed. The U.S. Forest Service - Cimarron National Grassland appreci- ates eyeryone for their patience during this time. Comprehensive Breast Care Center Opens Hay ded has opened acom- sions and non-cancerous breast HaysMed including stereo tacit prehensve Breast Care Center to issues; coordination of care with provide services to women who breast cancer treatment special- are at high risk for breast cancer, ists and breast cancer survivor- The certer is strategically located ship. alongside the Hadley Foundation The Breast Care Center utilizes Imaging Center's breast imaging the services of the Hadley Foun- services at 2501 East 13th St. dation Imaging Center, a certi- Building 1 at the Oak Park Medi- fled Breast Imaging Center of cal Complex in Hays. Excellence (BICOE). Digital The Breast Care Center focuses mammography, ultrasound and on four main areas: breast can- DEXA imaging services are pro- cer prevention, risk assessments, vided at the Oak Park location genetic counseling and testing; and are combined with the im- management of precancerous le- aging services offered at ultrasound guided biopsy, breast MRI and ultrasound. Rounding out the services is the mobile digital mammography service provided at regional hospitals. Together, the Breast Care Cen- ter provides the most comprehen- sive breast care services avail- able in the region. Multidisciplinary breast treat- ment services include a dedicated patient navigator to assist pa- tents in coordinating their care, management of benign breast disease and precancerous condi- tions and access to a fellowship trained breast oncologist, board certified surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologist and plastic and reconstructive surgeon. The staff for the Breast Care Center s x!i'cal di tor Anne. O~/i~, B~n- cologist; Sp . .Ad- vanced Registered Nurse Practi- tioner, Michelle Beyer, CNA and Linda Ruder. For those who have completed breast cancer treatment the cen- ter offers a formal survivorship program that provides dedicated surveillance and management of long-term side effects. Survivor- ship services include long term monitoring for breast cancer sur- vivors and access to breast can- cer survivorship clinical trials in partnership with KU Medical Center and the Midwest Cancer Alliance. For more information on the Breast Care Center, Imaging Ser- vices or the Survivorship pro- gram please call 785-623-5114 or go to breastcarecenter. FF4 Let Dad How Much You Him With That pecial Gift From Tools Lawn & Garden Tools & Equipment Carhartt Clothing Shop Equipment Appliances Electronics Grills and the perfect Father's Day Card Stm Trim 1114S NII Strut ;TART R{I~,H ~TART HF~F t ~lt ..... i, - PIONEER Thursday, June 16, 2011 - Page 3 It isn't often you get to look directly into the sun, but Tuesday, June 7th was a different stow. Stanton County woke up to an orange sunrise and smokey skies due to the Arizona wildfires that are burning out of control. The smoke Seemed to get thicker around noon and you could actually smell it! It stayed pretty hazy all day and when thewind finally settled down in the evening, the smoke hung in the air creating very beautiful sunset. ~ Photo by Darci Smith Stanton County Schools minutes, from 7:01 a.m. until the maintenance projects from Unified School District 7:46 a.m., to discuss person- the earlier Board tour. At the #452, Johnson, Kansas held nel and protect the rights of June meeting, they will priori- a Board of Education Spe- the individual, with Mr.tize purchases and projects. cial Meeting, Tuesday, May Milnerjoining the Board. Ja- V. EXECUTIVE SES- 31, 2011, 7:00 a.m. in the son seconded it. Motion car- SION: Negotiations - Jason Conference Room. The fol- tied 6,0. made a motion to go into Ex- lowing are the unofficial rain- Heather arrived at 7:02 a.m., ecutive Session for fifteen utes of that meeting, andj0ined the Executive Ses- minutes, from 8:40 a.m. until I. CALL TO ORDER: sion. 8:55 a.m., tO discuss negotia- Board President, Jerrod Mr. Milner came out of the tions and protect the Board's Daniels, called the meeting to Executive Session at 7:05 position with Mr. Milner order at 7:00 a.m. Members a.m. joining the Board. Daren sec- present: Daren Ruth, Jerrod Open Session at 7:46 a.m. onded it. Motion carried %0. Daniels, Jim Cartwright, Rob- The Board took a five Open Session at 8:55 a.m. eft Seger, and Jason David- minute break from 7:46 a.m. VI. ACTION ITEMS: son; Administrators present: until 7:51 a.m. Robert made a motion to ac- Superintendent, Mr. Milner; Open Session at 7:51 a.m. cept Jit Milner's r signation Principal, Mr. Homer and Mr. IV. CONSENT AGENDA: as Superintendent of Schools, LaFay; Board Clerk present: A. Accept the resignation of effective June 30, 2011. Jason Jean Malone Sharon Porter from her posi- seconded it. Motion carried 6- II. APPROVALOFAGEN- tion as Elementary Counselor. 1, with Heather vot!ng no. DA: Daren made a motion to Dan made a motion to ap-Heather left the meeting at approve the agenda. Robert prove the consent agenda. Jim 8:58 a.m. seconded it. Motion carried 5- seconded it. Motion carried 7- The Board directed Jean to 0. 0. post the superintendent open- Dan arrived at 7:01 a.m. IV. BUDGET/MERGER ing. III. EXECUTIVE SES- DISCUSSION: Jean visitedVII. ADJOURNMENT: SION: Personnel -Robert with the Board about expen- Dan made a motion to adjourn made a motion to go into Ex- ditures for June, and closing at 9:06 a.m. Jim seconded it. ecutive Session for forty-five the budget. They discussed Motion carried 6-0. WALDRON'S PHARMACY ALL YOUR NEEDS FROMA- L Alphaberry, Bubbles, Crayons, Doodlepad, Eyeglasses, Finger paint, Glitter Glue, Hopscotch set, Invisible Diary, Jumbo chalk, Kleenex, Loratadine, Mystical Garden,' Necklace, Optic Wonder, Pocket Tornado, Q-tips, Rain- maker, Space Ice Cream, Tin Can Robot, Umbrella, Visine, Wart Remover, X-tra Strength Tylenol, Yogurt Pretzels and Zinc. Come In and See What's New!! w,.