Municipal Court Convictions

Carrie Allen No seat belt $30 Mary Brawner No drivers license in possession No seat belt $353 Ly Brode Disobeying traffic signal $138 Keyjuan Commons Speeding 13 over the limit $126 Alison Cullen Speeding 29 over the limit $162 Robbie Fattig No seat belt $30 Daryl Fritzemeier No drivers license in possession Driving without headlights $383 Benton Gorre Registration violation $130.50 Zebadiah Johnson Inattentive driving $138 Carl Kasey Speeding 13 over the limit $126 Meagan Lacy Disorderly conduct $233 Shanna McMackin No seat belt $30 Jacob Smith No seat belt $30 Tiffani Stanley Speeding 14 over the limit $132 Brandon

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McPherson County 911

Galva Fire and McPherson EMS responded to a possibly dangerous hemorrhage on Westview St in Galva. McPherson Police responded to a report of a past or attempted theft on W Kansas Ave. McPherson EMS and Fire responded to a report of a person fainting on S Centennial Dr. McPherson County Sheriff responded to a report of a suspicious or wanted person on 1st Ave and HWY K4 in Marquette. Inman Fire and Windom Fire responded to a small outside fire on Cimarron Rd in Windom. McPherson Police responded to a report of a past criminal deception/fraud/forgery on N Main St.

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Obituary: Alvin Edward Tinsley

Alvin Edward Tinsley, 81, of Inman, KS, and formerly of McPherson, Canton, and Great Bend, passed away peacefully on Monday, August 10, 2020, at Pleasant View Home, Inman.  He was a farmer and worked at Hesston Corporation as a maintenance technician.  He also served in the Army National Guard. Alvin was born on September 7, 1938, in Canton, KS the son of Charlie Alvin and May Ellen (Harmon) Tinsley.  He graduated from Canton High School and attended McPherson College. He was a member of Canton United Methodist Church and volunteered for Canton EMS. Survivors include: three children, Gina Davenport (Keith) of Hoschton, GA,

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Traffic Stop Tuesday: Using Your Blinker!

Using your signal prior to turning or changing lanes might seem like a minor detail, but not using your turn signals creates a safety hazard for yourself, other motorists, and pedestrians. Signals are used to warn others of your intended movements. Forgetting to signal can unknowingly turn a minor detail into a major problem. Standard Traffic Ordinance (STO)  Sec 54 (a), (b), (c) on Turning Movements and Required Signals says No person shall turn a vehicle or move right or left upon a roadway unless and until such movement can be made with reasonable safety, nor without giving an appropriate

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