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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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Obituary - Dr. Charles Woodard “Doc” Marsh

Dr. C.W. “Doc” Marsh
Funeral services for Dr. C.W. “Doc” Marsh will be 10:30 AM Saturday, August 30, 2014 at the Drexel First Baptist Church in Drexel, Missouri with Rev. Mike Cooper officiating. Visitation Friday evening, 6-8 PM at Mullinax Funeral Home – Drexel Chapel in Drexel, Missouri. Burial will follow services in Sharon Cemetery near Drexel. In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to the Drexel Lions Club or Heartland Hospice. Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com. 
 
Dr. Charles Woodard “Doc” Marsh, 92 of Drexel, Missouri passed away August 26, 2014 at his home in Drexel. Doc was born June 25, 1922 in Cicero, Indiana, son of Charles William and Olive Ruth (Woodard) Marsh.

Doc was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Rose Marsh of Drexel; daughter Donna Ziegler and husband Joe of Drexel; son Charles William “Bill” Marsh of Shawnee, Kansas; daughter Patricia Deel and husband Daryl of Louisburg, Kansas; and daughter Judy Still and husband David of Drexel; as well as 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Doc also leaves behind his special Angels on Earth, Angie Jenkins, Delores Halbin and Stephanie Cravens.

Stolen Truck out of Cass County found Burnt and Stripped in Bates County


On early morning hours of August 26, 2014 Bates County Sheriff deputy was dispatched to a truck on fire at County Road 17002 just west of County road 9001.   

The truck was a 1968 Chevy C10 Pickup stolen from Cass County Mo. When the Sheriff Deputy arrived on scene he discovered the vehicle to be on fire and sitting on blocks. 

The suspect or suspects jack up the vehicle and removed the tires and wheel before sitting the truck on fire. 

If you have any information on this case please contact the Bates County Sherriff’s Office at 660-679-3232 
    


Cracking Down on Puppy Mills in Missouri


State officials say prosecutions and fines have increased in the three years since a law was passed to crack down on Missouri's worst puppy mills.

The Columbia Missourian (http://bit.ly/1qEgnwn ) also reports that more than 1,300 dogs have been rescued since the Canine Cruelty Prevention Act took effect in 2011.

The newspaper reports an analysis of legal documents obtained from the Missouri Attorney General's Office shows that in the last 27 months, 37 businesses or individuals were referred to the attorney general for prosecution. That resulted in more than $25,000 in civil fines. Nine licenses were revoked, ranging from three to 10 years.

In the two years before the law took effect, 10 businesses or individuals were referred for violating animal welfare laws and no civil fines were assessed.

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