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Friday, October 10, 2014

2014 Week 8 Missouri State High School Football Scores:

Adrian 33, Sherwood 0
Benton (St. Joseph) 49, Cameron 27
Blair Oaks 52, Warsaw 12
Blue Springs 38, Lee's Summit West 14
Blue Springs South 13, Lee's Summit North 7
Boonville 7, Moberly 6
Butler 12, Sarcoxie 7
California 43, Osage 29
Camdenton 44, Joplin 42
Cass Midway 12, Lighthouse Christian 7
Cassville 47, East Newton 0
CBC (St. Louis) 49, CBC (Tenn) 7
Center 21, O'Hara 9
Chaminade 40, Central (Cape Girdardeau) 0
Clopton 14, Van Far 12
Diamond 35, Liberal 8
East Buchanan 52, Lathrop 14
East Prairie 70, Charleston 6
Eureka 40, Lindbergh 0
Fort Osage 17, Liberty North 10
Fort Zumwalt West 45, Francis Howell North 6
Francis Howell 65, Troy 6
Hamilton 59, North Platte 6
Harrisonville 13, Odessa 0
Hermann 32, Pacific 24   OT
Hickman 34, Liberty 30
Higginsville 43, Lexington 0
Hillsboro 53, Poplar Bluff 43
Holden 42, Carrollton 16
Holt 21, Washington 14
Jefferson (Festus) 19, Chaffee 0
Jefferson City 38, Battle 20
Jennings 36, Duchesne 6
Kearney 24, Belton 0
Kirkwood 41, Pattonville 19
Lafayette (St. Joe) 37, Bishop LeBlond 0
Liberty (Mountain View) 41, Salem 6
Lincoln Prep 34, Pembroke Hill 7
Lone Jack 44, Sweet Springs 18
Lutheran St. Charles 56, Lutheran South 35
Macon 44, Louisiana 20
Marceline 12, Paris 0
Marshfield 49, Buffalo 0
Maryville 36, Savannah 14
Mexico 20, Fulton 13
Monett 41, Clinton 0
Mountain Grove 30, Houston 14
Mt. Vernon 21, McDonald County 20
Nixa 31, Carthage 7
Northeast (KC) 20, East (KC) 6
Oak Grove 54, Grain Valley 7
Oakville 63, Mehlville 14
Orchard Farm 28, Warrenton 3
Osceola 35, Cole Camp 18
Park Hill 41, Central (St. Joe) 7
Parkway Central 15, Ft. Zumwalt North 12
Parkway South 21, Marquette 13
Pierce City 30, McAuley Catholic 22
Platte County 36, Grandview (KC) 0
Plattsburg 40, West Platte 26
Pleasant Hill 17, Excelsior Springs 7
Polo 62, King City 28
Portageville 48, Kelly 7
Potosi 15, North County 7
Raymore Peculiar 41, Lee's Summit 14
Rich Hill 42, Archie 0
Richmond 47, Knob Noster 0
Rockhurst 40, Helias 10
St. Charles West 49, Festus 31
Smithville 39, Chillicothe 14
Southern Boone 48, Versailles 3
Staley 35, Raytown 0
Stockton 41, Pleasant Hope 7
Sullivan 38, Owensville 12
Timberland 6, Howell Central 0
Truman 34, William Chrisman 0
Union 68, St. James 20
Valle (Catholic) 37, Herculaneum 0
Vianney 45, Farmington 0
Warrensburg 36, Nevada 20
Waynesville 49, Glendale 16
Wellington Napoleon 66, Orrick 18
Westran 73, Slater 0
Windsor 48, Appleton City 8
Winnetonka 44, Raytown South 37

Weather Update: When do we see our first freeze?

The recent rains has made it difficult for many of the local farmers to harvest their crops. And now, we are beginning to get into that critical time frame when frost/freeze conditions can damage or kill crops and sensitive vegetation. In fact, tonight there may even be some patchy frost on the pumpkin across extreme northern Missouri. Luckily, there are no freezing conditions in the forecast for the next week. However, here is a look at when we can usually expect our first freeze around the local area.

Public Service Information From The Adrian Athletic Booster Club

***Weather Alert***

Due to the weather, The Adrian Athletic Booster Club will not be tailgating before tonight's game. However, if you don't have your raffle tickets yet there's still time.

We will be selling them tonight for the John Deere Lawn Tractor that we will be raffling off at half time!!!! Go Blackhawks!

St. Clair County Sheriff's Office: Nevada man Arrested on Felony Warrant

Aaron Taylor
On Oct. 9, Aaron Taylor, 22, Nevada, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with nine class C felony charges of passing a bad check-$500 or more. The warrant was issued on Oct. 7 and stems from incidents in July 2014. Bond is set at $500 cash or surety.

Sherwood Cass R-8 School District accepting applications for Paraprofessional

The Sherwood Cass R-8 School District is accepting applications for a Paraprofessional to work in the high school supervising dual credit students. Minimal computer skills required. This is a full time (during the school year) position with benefits.

All applicants must have at least 60 college credit hours in an education-related field or a DESE Para certificate for the state of Missouri. Interested applicants need to complete an application on-line 

at or request a paper application from Central Office (33300 S. Sherwood Drive, Creighton MO 64739. 660-499-2239). Direct hiring questions to Dr. Tim Gallagher, Superintendent of Schools. Direct position related questions to Mr. Bill Stackhouse, high school principal.

Job Opening: Crop Production Assistant Wanted (Drexel, MO)

Crop production assistant wanted. Looking for an honest, dependable person, who works with a sense of urgency and takes pride in a job well done. Must be able to lift 50 - 75 lbs. and work outdoors in all types of weather. Must be able to follow instructions, learn quickly and work independently once the work is understood. Dependable transportation to get to and from work, and valid drivers license needed. Responsibilities include equipment operation as well as repairs and maintenance, and other miscellaneous duties that arise from a farming operation. This is a full-time position including some weekends. Experience desired. Please email resume.

REMINDER: Face your fears at Bates County's ONLY Haunted House Presented by The Bates County Elks Lodge

Job Opening In Archie

The Fishing Docks located at 101 S. Outer Road in Archie, Missouri is now accepting applications for dishwasher

. The shift will be from 7 am to 3pm Come by for a application or call 816-293-6062.

UPDATE: Dennis Johnston safely located, Silver Alert lifted

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - UPDATE: 951 a.m.
Dennis Johnston was safely located just after 9:30 a.m., near 87th Street and Rhinehart Road in Kansas City, Mo. The Endangered Silver Alert that was issued this morning has been canceled! Thanks to everyone who shared the original post.

New Business In Appleton City

Galyn and Tami Aversman have taken over Cross Service and as of October 1, 2014 it is Bulldog Towing and Auto Repair, located at 10478 NW HWY P, Appleton City, MO, just south of school and pool and before railroad tracks. They repair all makes and models of vehicles and some farm equipment as well as providing towing, inspections, oil change or you name it.

Business hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and towing 24/7. Contact them at 660-476-5772 or 660-476-5778 (home) or 660-492-7434/7433 (cell).

Weather Update: Rain Showers Decreasing Through The Day

It will be another cloudy and showery day again today, mainly south of I-70 with precipitation diminishing later in the day. A very strong storm system will move through the area Sunday and Monday. For those of you who aren't quite ready for winter, you're in luck, this system looks to bring another round of showers and storms with heavy rainfall possible. If it was February we'd be talking snow storm!

Endangered Silver Advisory Lees Summit Missouri

Dennis Johnston‏

a division of the 
Troop F, P.O. Box 568 — Jefferson City, Missouri 65102


For further information please contact:        Lee's Summit Police Department  (816) 969-7390 

EMPHASIS:  Endangered Silver Advisory Alert 

State of Missouri Endangered SILVER Advisory 

The Lee's Summit Police Department has issued an Endangered SILVER Advisory for a missing adult incident that occurred at 3643 NW Blue Jacket Drive Lee's Summit 10:15 PM on 10/09/2014. 

The endangered SILVER advisory missing adult is: 

Dennis Johnston, a white male, age 70, 6", 220 lbs, gray hair and blue eyes, last seen wearing a navy blue short sleeved shirt with plaid pajama pants and no shoes 

Diagnosed Medical Condition(s):  Dementia 

Brief circumstances regarding the Endangered Silver Person incident: 

Subject left his home on Blue Jacket Drive on foot at 10:15 pm 10/09/14. He was last seen at approximately 4:30 a.m. 10/10/14 outside the Truman Medical Center at 15555 Little Blue Parkway in Kansas City. He suffers from dementia. 

Anyone seeing the missing person, or anyone having any information related to the endangered missing person should immediately dial 911 to contact the nearest law enforcement agency or call the Lee's Summit Police Department at (816) 969-7390