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  • Construction Zone Accidents in Mills County

    (Pacific Junction) Construction work at the intersection of Highway 34 and 195th Street in Mills County caused several accidents last week.

     

    The Mills County Sheriff’s Office says Donna Sumner-Johnson, of Pacific Junction, was driving a 2002 Toyota southbound on 195th Street at around 10:17 Friday morning and failed to yield from the stop sign entering the construction zone. Sumner-Johnson struck a semi that was westbound on Highway 34, driven by Patrick Hogan, of Omaha, Nebraska. Sumner-Johnson’s vehicle went down the embankment and came to rest in the cornfield. She was transported to Creighton hospital by Lifenet.

     

    Earlier Friday morning, Anthony Bartel, of Glenwood, was transported to Jennie Edmundson Hospital after his vehicle was struck by another vehicle, driven by Brandon Foster, of Randolph, who failed to yield while pulling away from the stop sign.

     

    Two other accidents also occurred last week where drivers failed to stop at the posted stop sign and attempted to cross westbound traffic in the construction zone. There were no injuries reported in those accidents.

     

    Mandy Billings

    10/20/2014

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  • CAM Opens Regional Tourney Against Rival Adair-Casey

    (Adair) Regional Volleyball gets underway tomorrow night for Class 1A and 2A teams. The broadcast we will feature on KSOM matches CAM and Adair-Casey
     
    The CAM Cougars hit postseason play with a 7-16 record while familiar rival Adair-Casey is 10-15. The Bombers swept the Cougars in their regular season meeting on September 16th, but CAM coach Zeli Rasmussen is confident in her team's ability to compete tonight. She says her team is playing better now than they were earlier in the year. 
     
    CAM is led by two seniors, Mackenzie Schwenke and Tierney Sothman. Schwenke is tops on the team with 95 kills while Sothman leads the Cougars in aces per set. After that it's a mix of juniors and sophomores that round out the squad. 
     
    The winner of  Tuesday night's matchup will take on 21-14 Exira-EHK. The Spartans have a first round bye. 
     
    Prematch coverage on KSOM begins at around 6:45 Tuesday evening with the first serve from Adair at 7:00.
     
     

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