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Stafford County Sheriff’s report May 26-June 14

Stafford County Sheriff’s Office

06/01/2022 Dustin Clark bonded with court set for later date.

06/03/2022 Chantel Poppelreiter was arrested for expired tags and no insurance. Subject was transported to Rice County jail. Subject bonded with court set for later date.

06/06/2022 Martez Tyus Jr. was arrested on Barton County warrant. Subject was transported to Barton County and released to their officers

06/08/2022 Heidi-Lyn Johnson hit a deer 4.5 miles south of Stafford on SE 80th Ave. No one was injured and vehicle was driven from scene.

06/13/2022 Adam Suppes was transported from Rice County jail to court. Subject was returned after court.

06/13/2022 Duane Millet was transported from Rice County jail to court. Subject was returned after court.

Adams Brown launches new website


The new Adams Brown website is now live where website visitors can more easily access information around financial issues impacting businesses and individuals.

“Our old site wasn’t user friendly, and finding information required a lot of clicks,” said Korby Boswell, senior marketing specialist at Adams Brown. “This site was designed with users in mind to make sure they could easily find whatever they are looking for.”

Highlights of the new user experience-focused website include:

  • Resource center. This searchable and filterable database includes articleswebinarswhitepapers, guides and more. Diverse business topics across a number of industries are covered to ensure there is something for everyone.
  • Payroll tools. From here clients can easily access their payroll entry programs, time clocks and more, saving them precious time.
  • Individual bios. It’s now easier to find and communicate directly with any of our advisors.
  • Careers section. Providing more information on the culture of the organization to ensure we’re attracting the best people to service clients in this competitive job market.

“When people are looking for information, especially after hours when their advisor might not be available, we wanted to make sure they could find it,” Boswell said. “This new site is another way we’re meeting the evolving needs of our clients and communities.”

The firm’s brand promise of going above+beyond for clients can be seen throughout the site that consists of bright colors, easy to read text and regularly updated content.

Stafford Co. Sheriff warns cattle theft on the rise

Earlier this month the Stafford County Sheriff’s office warned cattle thefts are on a rise in the state and asked area residents to remain cautious.

“The Sheriff’s office ask that you keep a close eye on your cattle counts,” the department announced via Facebook on June 14.

“These thefts are very time-sensitive cases. The cattle are usually sold out of state within 24hrs. after being stolen,” the announcement said. “If you see trucks and trailers that you don’t recognize in areas where they shouldn’t be please contact the Sheriff’s Office so we can check into this before anyone falls victim to this crime.”

Curious George and Smoky Hills PBS Are Coming to Garden City

BUNKER HILL – Smoky Hills PBS is excited to announce that Curious George is coming to Garden City
on Saturday, September 4th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This FREE Family Fun Day event will be at the Lee
Richardson Zoo.

The Family Fun Day event gives kids a chance to see Curious George in person and the first 500 kids in
attendance will receive a FREE bag of gifts. “We are thrilled to bring back our Family Fun Day events, and
what better way to do that than with Curious George at the zoo,” said Haley Gagnon, event coordinator
for Smoky Hills PBS. “It’s so great to be back in the communities we serve and it’s another great thing we
do for our viewers in Central and Western Kansas.”

Visit our website, for up-to-date information as we will follow any county health
ordinances at the time of this event.

Thank you to these sponsors for making this event possible:
Valley State Bank, Garden City Community College, Garden City Optometrists, McDonald’s of Garden City,
Ward’s Garden Center, Burtis Motor Company, Tortilleria Los Potrillos, United Wireless, Palace Computer

Family Fun Day is an educational and entertaining event that Smoky Hills PBS puts on approximately 4
times a year across Central and Western Kansas. Smoky Hills PBS brings a special PBS character to visit
and FREE books and educational gifts are distributed to those children in attendance.

Smoky Hills PBS serves 71 counties in central and western Kansas and has been named the KS Association
of Broadcasters Non-Metro Station of the Year. Smoky Hills PBS is available on many cable systems,
DirecTV, and Dish Network. It is also available to stream by clicking here: More information on Smoky Hills PBS and its programs and projects
are available at or by calling 1-800-337-4788.