OELWEIN DAILY SPORTS Register FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013 — 7 Iowa State: NCAA case started with basketball aide (AP)—Iowa State released fresh details Wednesday of its internal investigation into NCAA recruiting violations, saying it found “a significant number” of impermissible calls and text messages made by coaches in football, men’s basketball and several other sports. The report said Iowa State’s two-year investigation started with the discovery of improper contacts with recruits by Keith Moore, a former Cyclones player who was working in his first year as an undergraduate student coach under Fred Hoiberg. The report said Hoiberg ran into Moore in 2011 at one of Hoiberg’s son’s AAU games. Hoiberg asked why he was present at the game and whether he’d been contacting recruits. Moore acknowledged that he had been in contact with high school players that he had coached previously in AAU, the report said. Hoiberg reported the incident to the athletics department, which removed Moore of his duties with the team and started an investigation. The basketball team also stopped recruiting two players from Moore’s former AAU team, the All Iowa Attack. Leishman is early leader at the Masters AUGUSTA, GA (AP)— Marc Leishman is the surprising early leader at the Masters. The 29-year-old Australian shot a 6-under 66 Thursday for a two-stroke lead over another unheralded player, England’s David Lynn. Leishman missed the cut in 2010 and is playing in just his second Masters. He surged to the top of the leaderboard with four straight birdies on the back side, starting at No. 13. Leishman came into the first major of the year after missing two straight cuts. Tiger Woods is also off to a strong start in his quest for a fifth green jacket. He was three strokes off the lead at 3 under through 13 holes. Jamie Donaldson hit the shot of the day, knocking in a hole-in-one at the sixth hole. Goat’s head is delivered to Wrigley Field CHICAGO (AP) — Goats that previously appeared at Chicago’s Wrigley Field were alive and kicking. But not Wednesday, when a goat’s head was left in a box outside the home of the Cubs. The box was addressed to team chairman Tom Ricketts. Ricketts is currently in negotiations with city officials and neighborhood business people about the $300 million renovation of Wrigley Field. Cubs spokesman Julian Green says staff at Wrigley Field discovered the package and immediately called police. Chicago police spokesman Officer Veejay Zala says Chicago police responded to a call around 2:30 p.m. indicating an “intimidating package” had been received. Zala would not elaborate, saying police are investigating. Chicago legend says a restaurant owner allegedly cursed the Cubs when they wouldn’t let his pet goat into Wrigley Field. Moore played at Iowa State from 1978-81. He was offered a chance to return to school as part of the athletic department’s continuing education program in 2010 and assigned to work with the men’s basketball team in return FRED for Iowa HOIBERG State paying for his tuition, fees and books. Moore did not respond to NCAA investigators’ request for a statement on the case, and he did not immediately return an e-mail message seeking comment. A phone listing for Moore could not be found. The report has been turned over to the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions, though there’s no specific timetable on when it might rule on the case. The report says an audit of three years of telephone and text messaging by coaching staff found “a significant number of recruiting communication violations involving most of its sports programs.” Moore sent 160 impermissible text messages to his former AAU players, including two that were being recruited by Iowa State at the time, the report found. Coaches made 24 “clearcut intentional” telephone call violations, and other employees made 55 impermissible calls, the report found. Employees failed to log another 1,400 calls that failed to connect with recruits for reasons such as no answer or dropped calls, the report said. In all, the university faulted itself for failing to monitor the calls. The university said the improper calls were a tiny fraction of the 750,000 that were reviewed over the three-year period involving all 18 sports programs. But six current and former coaches in men’s basketball and football were named in the report for acknowledging personal involvement and could face further discipline. The university said it agreed with NCAA’s enforcement staff that the findings “constitute a major infractions case,” given the number and frequency of telephone call violations and the volume of messages sent by Moore. The university has asked the NCAA to accept its findings and issue a punishment of two years of probation, retroactive to November of 2011. But six current and former coaches in men’s basketball and football were named in the report for acknowledging personal involvement and could face further discipline. “We’ve been committed to being as transparent as possible throughout this entire process, which has been challenging given it has been an ongoing investigation and we did not receive the final report until this week,” Jamie Pollard, the Iowa State athletic director, said in a statement. Iowa State spokesman AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE 2013 HONORARY CAREGIVER NOMINATION FORM DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO DESERVES TO BE HONORED AND TO SERVE AS THIS YEAR'S HONORARY CAREGIVER FOR THE RELAY FOR LIFE? 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Duties Of the Honorary Caregiver: • Attend the Relay For Life Opening Ceremony on Saturday, June 15th at 10:00AM at Oelwein High School Track • Brief talk on your cancer journey • Lead the Caregivers Lap at the Relay Your Name: ____________________________ Phone: ____________________________ Name of Nominated Person: __________________________________________ Nominated persons phone number: ____________________________ Nominated persons hometown: ________________________________ Brief description of why you believe this person should be an Honorary Caregiver for the Relay For Life. 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Steve Malchow told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Pollard was out of his office and unavailable for further comment, adding that the NCAA discourages school officials to publicly comment on ongoing cases. The school said that it has already self-imposed numerous penalties. Each of its teams forfeited a week of recruiting calls, and the school will spend $82,000 over the next three years in compliance and recruiting software to simplify the recording and monitoring of calls and text messages. The Cyclones also said Public Notice April 8, 2013 The Oelwein Community School Board held a special meeting on April 8, 2013, at the Administrative Offices. President Candace King called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Members present: Candace King, Charlene Stocker, Dana Bostian, David Eick, Dave Schmidt, Erin Ryan, Bob Kalb, Steve Westerberg, Superintendent, and Joan Loew, Secretary. Members absent: none. Moved by Bostian and seconded by Schmidt to approve the agenda as presented. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Julie Leisinger presented the OCEA opening request of 4.2% total package increase. Moved by Kalb and seconded by Ryan to adjourn the meeting at 7:01 p.m. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. The Oelwein Community School Board held a special meeting on April 8, 2013, at the Administrative Offices. President Candace King called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. Members present: Candace King, Charlene Stocker, Dana Bostian, David Eick, Dave Schmidt, Erin Ryan, Bob Kalb, Steve Westerberg, Superintendent, and Joan Loew, Secretary. Members absent: none. Moved by Ryan and seconded by Bostian to approve the agenda as presented. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Superintendent Westerberg presented the school board’s opening position of 2.87% total package increase. Moved by Schmidt and seconded by Eick to adjourn the meeting at 7:02 p.m. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. The Oelwein Community School Board held a regular meeting on April 8, 2013, at the Administrative Offices. President Candace King called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. Members present: Candace King, David Eick, Erin Ryan, Dana Bostian, Bob Kalb, Charlene Stocker and Dave Schmidt, Steve Westerberg, Superintendent, and Joan Loew, Secretary. Members absent: none. Husky Pride Awards Charlene Stocker presented Julie Leisinger with a Husky Pride Award for all her years as a volunteer statistician. Dana Bostian presented Frank Stammeyer with an award for providing a “Brain Boost” for the ITBS. Bob Kalb presented an award to Greg Parmely and Jeremy Logan for all their work on remodeling the high school baseball/softball concession stand. Review Board’s Common Message Erin Ryan reviewed the Board’s common message. Approval of Minutes Moved by Bostian and seconded by Eick to approve the minutes of the March 11, 2013 regular meeting as presented. All ayes 7-0, motion carried. Claims and Accounts Moved by Eick and seconded by Kalb to approve the claims and accounts as presented. All ayes 7-0, motion carried. Reports Mr. Ratcliff spoke about some STEM grants available for elementary students. Conferences have been completed. Mrs. Steggall spoke regarding MS and LHLC conference attendance. Kindergarten round up will be this Wednesday, April 10th. 6TH grade teachers attended a 1:1 conference last week. MS student attendance is at approximately 94%. Mr. Kohagen reported on conference attendance. The high school held an honor roll assembly recently to recognize our academic achievers. There will be a track meet tomorrow. Lt. Governor will be at RAMS on Friday from 10-11 a.m. Graduation will be May 12th. Board members will contact Mr. Kohagen to present diplomas. The safe and supportive schools survey results will be posted on the website. Mr. Westerberg spoke about professional development for staff during early outs and staff release time to complete curriculum mapping. Sequestration will cost the district approximately $28,000. The district received a request to share with Cedar Falls School swim team; this will be presented at a future meeting. The movie “Bully” will be viewed by staff members. Mr. Westerberg spoke about providing bus monitors for students in the morning and afternoon. Adult Lunch Price Increase Moved by Stocker and seconded by Eick to approve the increase in adult lunch prices to $3.20 for the 2013/2014 school year as required by the federal lunch program. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. 2013/2014 Fees Moved by Bostian and seconded by Ryan to approve the allowable fees for the 2013/2014 school year. A copy of these fees is attached to these minutes. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. High School Electronic Sign Approval Moved by Stocker and seconded by Ryan to approve the electronic sign contract with Nagle Signs for the high school as presented. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Early Start Waiver Resolution Moved by Bostian and seconded by Stocker to approve the Early Start Date Waiver request resolution. A copy of the resolution is a part of these minutes. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Summer maintenance projects Mr. Westerberg reported on summer projects. Graduation List Approval Moved by Schmidt and seconded by Stocker to approve the graduation list of the attached students pending their completion of graduation requirements. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. FFA National Conference Moved by Bostian and seconded by Ryan to approve the National FFA Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. June 17-23, 2013. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Open Enrollment April Estling has requested her 3rd grade son remain in Oelwein after moving to the West Central CSD. Personnel Moved by Stocker and seconded by Bostian to approve the resignation of contracts of Les Aldrich, Instrumental Band, Russ Ubben, 7th Boys Basketball Coach and Derek Stecklein, 9th Baseball Coach. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Moved by Stocker and seconded by Kalb to approve the contracts of Kirstin Nelson, LHLC ECH SE Teacher, BA Degree, 13-14 SSS Step 1 (salary yet to be determined), Monika Buffington, Saturday School Teacher and Jacklyn Smith, PK-K Summer School Teacher as presented. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Moved by Eick and seconded by Schmidt to approve the contract of Harlan Peterson, substitute bus driver $15.43/hr., as presented. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Adjournment Moved by Ryan and seconded by Eick to adjourn the meeting at 8:42 p.m. All ayes, 7-0, motion carried. Exempt Session Vendor Name Amount OPERATING FUND ACE HARDWARE 456.63 ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE, INC. 448.48 ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC. 1,171.28 AHLERS AND COONEY, P.C. 869.50 AIRGAS USA, LLC 145.61 ALLIANT IES UTILITIES 3,424.42 ALLIANT IPC UTILITIES 37,811.42 AOSNC, LLC. 1,194.92 APPLE COMPUTER INC. 100.00 BARRON MOTOR SUPPLY 55.76 BEST-WAY TRUE VALUE HOME CENTER 144.02 BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL INC. 596.00 BORMAN, ALEXIS 35.00 BRIGHTLINES PAPER 36.95 CAM COMM. SCHOOL DIST. 1,470.75 CASEY’S GEN. STORES, INC. 237.27 they’ve already taken a wide range of punitive actions against each of the coaches named in the report. The university hired The Compliance Group, based in Lanexa, KS, to assist in the investigation. Records released to The Associated Press on Wednesday show the firm billed the school more than $30,000 for its services. This is the second major infractions case Iowa State has been involved with. In 1986, the Cyclones were put on two years of probation because of violations within the football program. CDWG, INC. 197.20 CEDAR FALLS COMM. SCHS. 24,979.92 CEDAR VALLEY AUTO GLASS, INC. 50.00 CENTURY LINK 1,367.99 CITY LAUNDERING CO. 355.44 CITY OF OELWEIN 3,226.48 CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORPORATION 329.75 CRESCENT ELEC. SUPPLY CO. 85.77 DECORAH COMM SCHOOLS 3,816.00 DELONG, AARON 21.75 DON’S TRUCK SALES INC 2,072.51 FAREWAY STORES 536.17 GOODWILL IND. OF NE IOWA 382.44 GREATER OELWEIN EARLY CHILDHOOD DEV CENT 6,646.00 HARRISON, PATRICIA 159.50 HAWKEYE COMM. COLLEGE 105.00 HEARTLAND PAPER COMPANY 115.56 HOUGHTON MIFFLIN RECEIVABLES CO LLC 160.08 IOWA ASSN. OF SCH. BOARDS 400.00 IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERV. 12,939.58 JAMF SOFTWARE 337.50 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 198.88 JOHNSON COMFORT SYS, INC. 277.00 KEFFER/OVERTON ASSOC. INC. 343.77 KMART 84.37 LEDESMA, DEVIN 35.00 LITTLE HUSKY CHILDCARE & PRESCHOOL 1,225.00 LOCAL GOV’T SERVICES INC. 354.00 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE 1,498.78 MANATTS 104.00 MARTIN BROTHERS DIST CO 1,758.61 MEDIACOM 315.90 MOBILITY STORE OF IOWA INC. 2,868.87 NASCO 262.45 NEICAC 12,665.00 NICC 76,996.14 NORTHEAST IOWA INTERPRETING SERVICE, INC 140.00 NPC INTERNATIONAL 41.98 OELWEIN COMM SCHOOL PETTY CASH 46.10 OELWEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL PETTY CASH 6.60 PARKSIDE SCHOOL PETTY CASH 8.51 PEACE PRE-K 1,697.72 PEPPER AND SON INC., J.W. 1,346.97 PIZZA RANCH-OELWEIN 91.98 POSTMASTER 138.00 PUSH PEDAL PULL 1,642.50 REGIONS BANK 1,993.66 RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPPLY 1,156.02 SACRED HEART E.L.F. PRESCHOOL 5,101.22 SCHUCHMANN’S PHARMACY 77.14 SCHUMACHER, KAISHA 35.00 SIMPLEXGRINNELL 906.00 SPPG 200.00 SUBWAY 93.40 TEACHER DIRECT 19.36 THIELE, ROBERT 16.68 TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC 1,144.89 U.S. CELLULAR 709.72 W-SR COMM SCHOOL 17,158.72 WEST MUSIC COMPANY 134.00 WRIGHT EXPRESS FSC 95.46 Fund Total: 239,672.05 MANAGEMENT FUND AUL-CONTRIBUTION PROCESSING 6,600.00 Fund Total: 6,600.00 CAPITAL PROJECTS - SALES TAX BIRDNOW MOTOR TRADE 3,960.52 INTERSTATE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY 2,114.08 MMS CONSULTANTS, INC. 14,100.00 PETERS CONSTRUCTION CORPORATON 7,208.60 Fund Total: 27,383.20 Checking Account Total: 273,655.25 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY 360.70 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY 449.01 EARTHGRAIN’S BAKING CO’S INC. 563.70 FAREWAY STORES 226.90 GAGE EXTERMINATING 50.00 HAWKEYE FOODSERVICE 12,821.24 IRVINE WATER CONDITIONING AND PLUMBING 120.96 MARTIN BROTHERS DIST CO 7,127.18 MYERS-COX CO. 963.19 OELWEIN COMM. SCHOOLS 53.95 PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY, INC 11,458.55 RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPPLY 119.83 STAMMEYER ELECTRIC 92.00 THERMOWORKS, INC. 169.49 U.S. CELLULAR 40.00 Fund Total: 34,616.70 Checking Account Total: 34,616.70 STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND BALL HORTICULTURAL CO. 747.43 BROOKLYN PUBLISHERS, LLC 384.75 BSN SPORTS INC, 278.50 BPA 684.00 CLUB’S CHOICE 3,165.00 COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY 66.00 DECORAH HIGH SCHOOL 70.00 DISTRIBUTED WEBSITE CORP. 199.00 DITTMER, KIM 45.00 FAREWAY STORES 1,219.73 FISHER ATHLETIC EQUIP., INC. 907.88 FROMUTH 728.00 FULL COUNT SPORTS ACADEMY 1,800.00 GOELLER, GARY 89.00 GREENER PIANO SRV., ARDEN 115.00 HERMAN, MARY 310.00 IOWA DECA 5,295.00 IOWA FUNDRAISING INC. 2,760.00 IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSN 372.15 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 46.59 KEPHART’S MUSIC CENTER, INC. 119.45 KMART 18.34 LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS 195.45 LEHMANN, MARK 250.00 LIZZY ROSE LLC 1,800.00 LUIGIS 484.00 MCDONOUGH, JACK 45.00 MCFARLANE, DOUGLAS 38.81 MEANEY, KYLIE 20.00 MONTICELLO BPA 863.73 NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION 837.21 NEFF COMPANY, THE 258.06 NORTHEAST DISTRICT FFA 260.00 NORTHEAST IOWA CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOC. 53.00 NORTHEAST IOWA CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOC. 125.00 NPC INTERNATIONAL 41.56 OELWEIN SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 55.00 OLD CREAMERY THEATRE 500.00 ORIENTAL TRADING INC. 737.90 PATTERSON MEDICAL SUPPLY 50.75 PEPPER AND SON INC., J.W. 108.89 PERKINS, JAY 37.50 PIZZA RANCH-OELWEIN 42.00 POSTMASTER 46.00 PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY, INC 323.66 PROUTY, JIM 100.00 REGIONS BANK 732.48 RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPPLY 19.96 SAUNDERS, JESSICA 70.00 SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS INC. 9.95 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS-08 3,144.83 SHOPKO 19.99 SIGNS & MORE LLC 1,011.15 STEPHAN, ALEX 45.00 STUMPS 1,108.25 WATERLOO-C.F. SYMPHONY 600.00 WEST MUSIC COMPANY 871.00 ZUCK, TERRI 37.92 Fund Total: 34,364.87 Checking Account Total: 34,364.87 PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT MOD BUILDING PRODUCTS 1,071.66 POWER LIFT - CONNER ATHLETIC PRODUCTS 2,969.00 Fund Total: 4,040.66 Checking Account Total: 4,040.66 Published in the Oelwein Daily Register April 12, 2013.
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