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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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Obituary - Cecelia Will

Cecelia Will, 69, Nevada, MO passed away on Monday, January 23, 2017 at Moore-Few Care Center in Nevada. Cecelia was born September 10, 1947 in St. Louis, MO to Howard and Anita Geraldine (Krause) Richardson.

Cecelia attended school in Kelso, WA and graduated from high school there in 1965. She was a longtime member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and also a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Nevada. Cecelia loved to bake, play bingo, bowling, and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Survivors include three children, Jefferson Scott Creech (Jeanie), Jane, MO, Danita “Dede” Brock, Rocky Comfort, MO, Daniel Lee Creech (Candaleah), Nevada; grandchildren, Paighton Brock, Raegan Brock, Olivia Creech, Thomas Cheech; siblings, Joseph W. Pace, CA, MaryElin Peterson, Monett, MO, Jerri Donaldson, (James) Vancouver, WA, Joseph Richardson, Vancouver, WA. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Maureen Morris, Michelle Richardson; and one brother, Mike Richardson.

Funeral services will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Nevada with Rev. Chris Deines officiating. The family will receive friends at10:30 prior to the service. Interment will be held in California at a later time.

Obituary - ReGina Lee Wells

ReGina Lee Wells
ReGina Lee Wells, 84, of Overland Park, KS ( Formerly of Cass County) died peacefully in her sleep on January 21. Known as Jean, she was born August 8, 1932 in Kansas City, KS.

ReGina is preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Minnie Laundy, brother Edward Laundy, sister Marie Thompson, grandson Christopher Wheeler, granddaughter Megan Wheeler, and the love of her life, her late husband of 62 years, Norman Wells.

Before becoming a full time homemaker, Regina worked for several years at Daniels Cleaners in Kansas City. Even after 45 years, she still spoke fondly of the time she spent there. In 1972, ReGina and her family moved to Oklahoma City and then Chicago, before moving back to Lenexa, KS in 1980. Upon Norman’s retirement, they split their time between the Ozarks and Donna, TX. They spent many wonderful and happy years boating, square dancing, sunning by the pool, playing the slots at the casino and travelling with their many friends and family. And shopping….oh, how she loved to shop!

ReGina is survived by her two daughters, Tina (Jay) Stoltz of Chicago and Sharon (Lance) Wheeler of St. Clair, MO; grandchildren Jeremy (Michelle) Stoltz of Naperville, IL, Chas (Brian) Kennedy of Brookfield, IL and Daniel Wheeler of Harrisonville, MO; 10 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews

Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, January 27, 2017 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri.

Visitation will be 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., Friday, January 27 at the funeral home.

A graveside service will be held Friday, January 27, 2017 at 2:00 pm at Memorial Park Cemetery in Kansas City, KS.

Family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.

Anyone seen this missing person?

Norman Allen Kenny
MISSING PERSON !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Norman Allen Kenny
Age: 50
Hair: red/bald
Eyes: Blue
Height: 6'2
Weight: 225


He has been missing since the end of December none of his family or friends have heard from him this is unlike him to vanish and not contact at least one person.


We are worried and would like him home if You see him please contact myself (Deanna Meek) at 417-321-7731 or the Nevada Police Department. 
We just want him home safe where he belongs. 

He could be in the Bates County or Vernon County area including Butler or Nevada.

PLEASE SHARE THIS SO WE CAN GET THE WORD OUT AND HOPEFULLY FIND HIM SAFE

Obituary - Jack Dean Rabourn

Jack Dean Rabourn, 79, Adrian, Missouri, died Monday, January 23, 2017 at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. 

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, January 27, 2017 at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Adrian. 

Masonic services will be held at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, January 26, with visitation to follow until 8:00 p.m. at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Adrian. 

Burial will be in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.

(A complete obituary will be posted when information is available).

Assault in Garden City

At about 9:30 last night officers of the Garden City Police Department were dispatched to the 300 block of F Hwy regarding an assault that had taken place. Tow truck operators, who were at the property to reposes a vehicle were assaulted by two males and a female. 

When officers arrived, the suspects ran into the house. Officer were able to take two suspects into custody a 49 year old woman from Garden City and a 47 year old male from Garden City. 

A records check of the male suspect revealed a warrant for his arrest out of Garden City Municipal Court. The third suspect has been identified.

Mid America Live News will update when more information  is made available to us.

Garden City Clean Up Day


Obituary - Jack Edward Winter

Jack Edward Winter
Jack Edward Winter, 54, Richards, MO passed away on January 24, 2017 at Nevada Regional Medical Center in Nevada. Jack was born February 4, 1962 in Nevada, the son of Joe Edward and Shirley Irene (Goddard) Winter.


Jack grew up in Richards. He attended school in Nevada and graduated from Nevada High School Class of 1980. Jack worked at R & R Building Supply in Ft. Scott, KS for 20 years. 

He then worked for Vineyards Farm and Home in Nevada as a manager until he retired. Following his retirement he enjoyed traveling and attending swap meets where he liked to buy, sell, and trade. Jack loved fishing, hunting, cooking, and garden tractor pulling. But he especially loved spending time with his family. He will be greatly missed.

Survivors include one daughter, Casey Fogle (John)and their son Michael, of the home; two adopted sons, Hayden Winter, Nevada, Garrett Winter (Trista), Nevada; four grandchildren; his mother and father, Joe and Shirley Winter, Richards; one brother, Joe Lee Winter, Richards; one sister, Glenda Wolf (Ron), Deerfield, MO; two nieces, Amanda Wolf, Richards, Natalie Kitsmiller (J.T.), Deerfield; a special companion, Flora Spoor, Deerfield; extended family, and special friends. He was preceded by his grandparents, various aunts, and uncles.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, January 30, 2017 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Pastor Roger Beach officiating. Interment will follow in Stevens Cemetery, Moundville. The family will receive friends from 10-11:00 a.m. prior to the service.


In lieu of flowers those who wish may contribute to Micheal’s College Fund (payable to Casey Fogle) in c/o Ferry Funeral Home.

Missouri House Begins 2017 Legislative Session

Wanda Brown
Rep. Wanda Brown's Capitol Connection:

The 2017 legislative session began Wednesday, January 4.  This session, like every session, will bring many new changes and opportunities.  The early focus of the legislature will be jobs and economic development in the form of regulatory reform, labor reform and tort reform.  Majorities in both chambers, as well as Governor Greitens, campaigned and won decisively on these reforms.

On Monday, January 9, thousands of Missourians traveled to Jefferson City to join in the ceremonies of welcoming our new statewide officials.  Many House members attended events throughout the day, beginning with an interfaith prayer service, followed by recognition of Missouri’s heroes, watching the new Governor being sworn into office and ending the day with the Inaugural Ball in the Capitol Rotunda.  I enjoyed visiting with many people from District 57 who came to enjoy the festivities.

One of the first bills passed in the House was House Bill 60 which is a gift ban from lobbyists.  This bill prohibits gifts such as tickets to sporting events or concerts and one-on-one meals provided by a lobbyist to an elected official.

The House is also looking at Missouri’s regulatory framework and licensing requirements to make it easier to own and operate a business in Missouri.  Governor Greitens also signed an execute order to freeze new government regulations that could harm businesses and families.

I value greatly your insights and perspective on issues that are important to you and your family.  I listen to both sides of every issue whether or not I have a definitive position on the topic.  I also appreciate your prayers during my tenure as State Representative. 

 
As always, please do not hesitate to call or write me anytime with your questions or thoughts on these or any other issue.  My Capitol office phone number is (573) 751-3971 and my email is wanda.brown@house.mo.gov.

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Company Convicted of OSHA Violation that caused Cass County man's death

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Pacific, Mo., company has been found guilty of violating an OSHA regulation and causing the death of a Raymore, Mo., ironworker.
 
DNRB, Inc., doing business as Fastrack Erectors, located in Pacific, was found guilty following a bench trial that concluded on Aug. 17, 2016, before U.S. Chief District Judge Greg Kays, whose order setting out the findings of fact and conclusions of law was issued on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017.
 
“The court found that Fastrack was aware of safety violations but willfully ignored them, with tragic results,” Dickinson said. “Federal law requires employers to protect their workers from workplace hazards in order to prevent needless injuries and deaths. Employers will be held accountable when they fail in that responsibility.”
 
In July 2014, Fastrack was a subcontractor in the construction of a 300,000-square-foot distribution warehouse located in Kansas City, Mo. Fastrack is an American Institute of Steel Construction-certified steel erection company that specializes in structural steel, miscellaneous steel, pre-engineered metal buildings, ornamental metal handrail, and precast installation. Fastrack supplied on-site supervisors (who are based in the St. Louis, Mo., area) while the ironworkers were hired from the union local in Kansas City, Mo.
 
On July 24, 2014, two Fastrack ironworker employees were receiving a bundle of roof decking sheet metal and setting it on top of the building’s bar joists. The employees’ task required them to guide the decking bundle to land it. Each decking bundle was 26 feet long by 36 inches wide. The employees accessed the top of the building from a scissor lift and walked approximately 15 feet along a joist without wearing any fall protection. They walked on trusses that were nine inches wide, or bar joists which were five inches wide. Other ironworkers secured the decking to the trusses with screws and welds. These workers did not use fall protection.
 
Eric Roach, 22, one of the employees landing the decking, fell approximately 30 feet to the ground and was transported to a local hospital where he died the following day.
 
Fastrack was a subcontractor to ARCO National Construction-KC, Inc. According to court documents, the contract between ARCO and Fastrack required that Fastrack “personnel who are working or present at heights in excess of 6 feet shall be provided, by (Fastrack) adequate fall protection.” Fastrack failed to enforce the use of fall protection.
 
No fall protection equipment was provided by the company. Both working foremen on the site were told, or questioned, about the lack of fall protection equipment and were in a position to personally observe employees failing to use fall protection equipment. At least one of the foremen was working on the decking in the immediate area of the employees; he failed to wear fall protection himself and failed to enforce the use of fall protection by the employees.
 
Federal statutes require that each employee engaged in a steel erection activity who is on a walking/working surface with an unprotected side or edge more than 15 feet above a lower level shall be protected from fall hazards by guardrail systems, safety net systems, personal fall arrest systems, positioning device systems or fall restraint systems.
 
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul S. Becker and Special Assistant U.S. Attorneys Evert Van Wijk and Rachel Parsons, both of the Department of Labor – Office of Solicitor. It was investigated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
 
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This news release, as well as additional information about the office of the United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, is available on-line at
 
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Mild Today, Then back to normal

A mild but breezy day is expected today with highs ranging from the mid 40s across northern Missouri, where showers are possible, to the low 60s across east central Kansas and central Missouri. 

A cold front will move through the area tonight bringing a slight chance for showers and much cooler temperatures. 

High temperatures Wednesday through the end of the week will be in the 30s to near 40. There is a chance for showers mixing with or changing over to snow across northern Missouri tomorrow however no accumulation is expected.

Obituary - William Howard Rackley Jr.

William Howard Rackley Jr., of Nevada, passed away Friday January 20, 2017 at Freeman West in Joplin, MO. Willie was born December 16, 1956 in Nevada, Missouri to William Howard Rackley, Sr. and Betty Sue (Hill) Rackley.

Willie loved trains, listening to Johnny Cash and Alabama music. He would dance in his chair to the beat of the music. 

Willie also enjoyed sitting on the front porch swinging. At home, he would sit and roll crayons back and forth on the table. Willie was the light of his mom, dad, and sisters’ lives. When his mom and dad passed away his sister took care of him until she was no longer able. At that time he moved into Medicalodges in Nevada. He was known as “Pumpkin”.

Survivors include one sister, Loretta S. Rackley, Nevada; Stanley and Sue Hill, Milo, MO; Lillie Hill; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins. Willie was preceded in death by his parents, and Danny Hill.

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday January 27, 2017 at Medicalodges in Nevada.

Gator reported stolen in rural Montrose

On Jan. 17, a St. Clair County deputy took a stealing report from Robert Hood, NW 1150 Road, Montrose. Hood stated he located fresh tire tracks going into his property and a chain on his gate was cut. He said a pile of tires was moved to open the gate. 

He noted he inspected his property and a John Deere Industrial Gator UTV was missing. The UTV was painted industrial orange with a green fender on the right side. 

It has a diesel engine and is a 4x6 with all new tires. The value of the UTV was estimated at $2,500.

St. Clair County Warrant Arrests

On Jan. 19, Erika Bootier, 24, Springfield, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for probation violation on four original counts of class C felony forgery. The warrant was issued on August 31, 2016 and bond is set at $5,000 cash only. The original charges stem from incidents in December 2014 when Bootier cashed four checks that were stolen from an individual.    
On Jan. 23, a St. Clair County deputy arrested Daniel Wire, 53, Osceola, on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class D felony possession of a controlled substance and class D misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety. The charges stem from an Osceola Police Department investigation on Jan. 22.
On Jan. 23, Timothy Kreisler, 48, Lowry City, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class C felony possession of a controlled substance. Bond is set at $10,000 cash or surety. The charge stems from a traffic stop conducted by a St. Clair County deputy during the early morning hours the same day on Highway 13 south of Shelby's in Lowry City. During the investigation contact was made with Kreisler, the driver of the vehicle, and a small candy cigarette box was noticed on the driver’s side floor board. Further investigation discovered a small clear plastic bag containing a crystal substance was inside the box. The substance field tested positive for methamphetamine. Kreisler was taken into custody and an arrest warrant was obtained.

Obituary - Kay Lloyd Black

Kay Lloyd Black
Kay Lloyd Black, age 93, Prescott, Kansas passed away on Sunday, January 22, 2017. He was born on December 17, 1923 in rural Pleasanton, Kansas the son of Clovie Lloyd and Edith Holmes Black. He attended grade school at Fairfield and graduated from Prescott High School in the Class of 1942. Kay served his country in the United States Army during World War II. He married Carmita May Odell on May 15, 1946 at Fort Scott, Kansas. Together they lived on the farm south of Prescott until 1999, when they moved into town. 

While on the farm they had a dairy herd for forty years. They sold the dairy cows and started a beef cow calf operation. He had a kind heart for animals. There were always dogs and horses, including a team of draft mares, Babe and Bird, on the Black farm. He pulled the Linn County Band wagon in the high wheel parade at Lawrence, Kansas. The family attended many shodeos. Kay enjoyed hunting coyotes with his sight hounds. He had a fondness for his animals, but, his real love was for his family. 

He was preceded in death by his parents and a son in law, Darrel Beth. Kay is survived by a son, Ken Lee Black and wife Robin, a daughter Sandra Beth and a brother Carl Black. He is also survived by grand and great grand children, who he was known to as "Poppy Kay". The four grandchildren include: Kevin Black and Sara, Shana Emerson and Mike, Clifton Beth and Whitney and Kayla Wilkinson and Adam, eight great grandchildren: Nathan, Isaiah, and Rebecca Black, Cali, Nick and Austin Emerson, Ella and Carter Beth and one great grandchild on the way. 

Funeral service will be held 2 pm Thursday, January 26, 2017 at the Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel. Burial in the Prescott Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 5 to 6:30 pm Wednesday at the Schneider Funeral Home, Pleasanton Chapel. The family suggest contributions to the Prescott Cemetery, c/o Schneider Funeral Home, P.O. Box 525,. Pleasanton, KS 66075. On line condolences for the family can be left at www.schneiderfunerals.com. Arrangements: Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel.

I-49 and 155th Street Bridge set to be Demolition

The I-49 and 155th Street Bridge is scheduled to come down the weekend of February 10-12, 2017. 

Once it is down, 155th Street will be closed for a significant amount of time and detours will be utilized around the work area.

During the demolition, I-49 will be rerouted over the ramps at 155th Street. Once the bridge is removed, I-49 will reopen with two lanes of traffic.

For more information, contact MoDOT.

State Fair Community College announces fall academic honors

January 23, 2017 SEDALIA—State Fair Community College has named the following students to the president’s list and dean’s list for the fall 2016 semester. 

To qualify, a student must complete 12 or more GPA hours with a grade point average of 4.0 for the president’s list or a grade point average of 3.5-3.99 for the dean’s list.

SFCC President’s List (4.00 GPA)

Adrian – Melanie D. Bethurem

Archie – Mallory A. Lyons


Ashland – Hannah L. Parker

Barnett – Dalton B. Lister

Blackwater – Allison K. Weekley

Boonville – Christine M. Brandt, Arliss B. Caldwell, Amy M. Keeran, Dennis K. Lenz, Brett L. McNeal, Dawn S. Penny, Kyra M. Price, Greg F. Rhines, Haylee N. Thomas, Daniel C. Way, Kristen N. Williams, Alex L. Wright

Brumley – Alyssa D. Thomas

Brunswick – Jasmyne P. Thomas

Buffalo – Heidi A. Schmied

Bunceton – Sarah Girtz

Butler – Cesar A. Jones

Calhoun – Kimberly Cooper

California – Abigail I. Bilyeu, Devin G. Cook, Alondra Garcia, Meghan N. Kay, Gemma R. Lane

Camdenton – Jacob L. Klein, Madeline G. Phillips, Veronica K. Weast

Centralia – Andrea M. Adams

Chilhowee – Daphanie S. Parks, Jordan A. Ring

Clinton – Ranae C. Hinders, Paige M. Howard, Wesley D. Kendall, William M. Koch, Rickey R. Lamphere, Indiana L. Stoecklein, Brandon L. Wagoner, Benjamin H. Washer

Cole Camp – Lauren M. Baalman, Jack R. Long, Keeli A. McKenna, Sarah M. Myers, Kelsey L. Palmer

Columbia – Brittany E. Robertson, Jamie R. Smith, Ashley R. Wesbury

Concordia – Hayden L. Moore, Brittany M. Reinwald, Daniel S. Steen

Deepwater – Leila A. Houk

Edwards – Peggy Laue

Eldon – Ambret Z. Allen, Alyssa Dale, Jesse R. Dummermuth, Cheyene R. Hayes, Madeline R. Partridge

Eugene – Daniel W. Beck

Florence – Jessica D. Schroder

Fortuna – Kaden S. Wilson

Freeburg – Jenna M. Holterman

Fort Lee, Virginia – Danielle A. Gouker

Garden City – Courtney V. Cumpton

Glasgow – Haleigh N. Strodtman

Grand Pass – Collin M. King

Gravois Mills – Jessica L. Dollard

Green Ridge – Corina D. Schenkel, Molly B. Turner, Vanessa L. Upton

Hannibal – Trennity L. Roland

Higginsville – Krystin D. Farmer

Holden – Michael V. Holt, Victor Jones

Holliday – Emily Mott

Holts Summit – Amber M. Holt

Hughesville – Emilee R. Greer, Valeriy P. Sidlinskiy, Paige M. Weathers

Iberia – Rachel A. Drace, Angel Routh

Jamestown – Alli Muri

Kaiser – Jodi J. Hetherington, Jordan Powell

Kansas City – Amber K. Clement, Makila K. Ressel

Knob Noster – Zachary Grove, Dawn Hernandez, Kayla M. Kuhlman, Anthony D. Rawson, Marcus Ross

LaMonte – Sandra Arroyo, Charley J. Barlow

Lake Ozark – Shiloh Aldrich, Raegan D. Alexander, Devin W. Immke, Keaton C. Murray, Austin T. Williams

Lee’s Summit – Aaron La Paz

Leeton – Alyssa A. Welty

Lowry City – Krista N. Casey, Becky L. Jennings

Macks Creek – Ariana M. Ernst, Maredith A. Evans

Marshall – Wensdai E. Brooks, Haidyn Townsend, Michael Tsurkan, Donna S. Winn

McGirk – Jordyn A. Simmons

Memphis, Indiana – Bailey O’Connor

Memphis, Tennessee – Kendra M. Boone

New Franklin – Jayci R. Sprout

Odessa – Lauren M. Dowell

Olean – Jill C. Hayden

Osage Beach – Teena D. Harris, Phuong Huynh, Mitchell C. Miller, Kaelin N. Mosher, Kati S. Perik, Christine Thompson, Dat T. To

Osceola – Tammy J. Holtgrewe

Otterville – Sydni N. Herrick, Haley G. Homan

Pilot Grove – Jenna J. Gerke, Regan J. Meisenheimer

Pittsburg – Angel B. Chapman

Prairie Home – Kody D. Simmons

Roach – Christine M. Sharp

Rocheport – Taylor M. McDannold

Rocky Mount – Katherine I. Djuricin, Alexandra R. England

Sedalia – Devin R. Childers, Michael P. Conroy II, Victoria Cramer, Kirsten N. Darrah, KayAnna L. DeHaven, Megan D. Drianis, Bethany England, William A. Garrett, Joseline Gonzales, Gail Gonzalez, Abigael A. Green, Erik M. Hart, Madison Hesseltine, Ryan M. Hickman, Natasha R. Hicks, Noel Jerrell, Natasha K. Johnson, Joshua D. Lake, Isaac L. Limas, Brittany McQueen, Stephanie Mendoza, Justin D. Ownby, Meghan N. Pitts, Chase C. Plymell, Chelsea V. Rogers, Ashley N. Sherman, Kyle R. Siegel, Heather L. Slagle, Kalvin M. Smith, Dedra M. Stowe, Wenqi Tang, Anne E. Tempel, Mikala S. Walton, Andrew S. Ward, Rebecca L. White, Lakota D. Wiskur

Shreveport, Louisiana – Donavan J. McGoldrick

Smithfield, North Carolina – Amanda Watson

Smithton – Jessica S. Sawford

Smithville – Kayley J. Langford

Stover – Jensen T. Bauer, Amanda L. Koon, Brett Tighe

Syracuse – Heather R. McNeal, Courtney Schutte

Tipton – Hannah M. Garber, Rachel E. Kuttenkuler

Tuscumbia – Takayla R. Gunter

Ulman – Danielle N. Wood

Urbana – Jaci D. Hix

Versailles – Krista A. Amos, Justin K. Klein, Hannah L. Rayl, Amber N. Roberts, Emily J. Short

Warrensburg – Hunter B. Atkins, Nicole A. Bliss, Courtney J. Hook, Kathryn D. Horn, Kerry G. McCoy, Ronda McCoy, Judd E. McNeil Jr., Teia A. Miller-McCannon, Rebecca Norton, Daniel Olson, Jay C. Pinkston, Zachary K. Rayl, Jed T. Rhodes, Kenzie N. Richards, Niloufar Salimi, Sarah E. Stow, Brianne Walker, Bryce B. Weir

Warsaw – Krystal L. Cook, Christina L. Esser

Whiteman Air Force Base – Amanda G. Birchfield, Thomas M. Cadwell, Reta M. Denson, Alexia R. Scates, Thomas G. Zietkiewicz

Windsor – Christopher P. Lemoine, Chandra J. Vickers

SFCC Dean’s List (3.50-3.99 GPA)

Alma – Joseph Jones

Appleton City – Morgan R. Donnohue

Archie – Taylor Pritchard


Biloxi, Mississippi – Stephanie L. Piefer

Blackburn – Andrea M. Chute, Amy C. Huber

Blue Springs – Dylan B. MacKay

Bolivar – Lillian N. Lukomskiy

Boonville – Rayvin Graham, Xavier Grant, Amanda L. Harris, Jillian C. Herigon, Robert D. Murphy, Kathleen M. Pulliam, Melissa Richerson, Ashley R. Umphenour, Kelly L. Walters, Kiley N. Watson

Brookfield – Lindsey Anderson

Brunswick – Alyssa C. Graves

Bunceton – Dylon R. Custer, Ciara A. Day

Calhoun – Kendra N. Mills

California – Regan F. Downing, Maryanne E. Henley, Ethan D. Huff, Charles A. Matzes, Shayne M. Ross

Camdenton – Kathleen Cibulka, Morgan Clites, Charles M. Collins III, Brian D. Derringer, Kyla Kirtley, Sara E. Kitchen

Carrollton – Madison P. Appleberry, Kayla M. Goodson, Skyler A. Goodson, Kaylee R. Hughes

Cassville – Leigh D. Cox, Noah H. Hadlow

Centerview – Macinzie Keinath, Jennifer L. Rodgers, Stephanie Stapleton

Centralia – Hannah C. McCoy

Chilhowee – Jordyan E. Bentley

Clarksburg – Tiffany C. McCullough

Climax Springs – Christy J. Christopher

Clinton – Jenni Burkhart, Margaret A. Fenwick, Morgan L. Fiest, Sydney E. Hunter, Jacob C. Jeffrey, Kaleb W. Jennings, James C. Mills, Vincent J. Ninemire, Justina M. Saulters, Travis H. Schiereck, Kimberly J. Schweitzer, Tamara R. Steele, Anna M. Wilkerson

Cole Camp – Kendra R. Allen, Emily F. Kyle, Leslie A. Neas, Kelly Viebrock

Collins – Matthew J. Maggard

Columbia – Taylor Brown, Razaq O. Jimoh, Kyley Shelton, Kiersten L. Vestal

Concordia – Emily L. Collins, Alyssa K. Hamblen, Madison L. Stone

Creighton – JoAnn M. Lobner
De Witt – Cole J. Cruse

Deepwater – Marcia J. Danforth, Shelby P. Neuenschwander, Sheridan Rohaus

Eldon – Amber N. Bungart, Korey Burrow, Kristin N. Cline, Sabrina G. Daniels, Bethany Eilers, MacKenzie R. Hoffecker, Lydia Luttrell, Samantha L. Luttrell, Camryn J. Mueller, Brianna N. Wyss

Eolia – Devin A. Linton

Eugene – Travis J. Kempker, Tyler D. Kempker, Madison D. Thomas

Florence – Madeline L. Mertgen, Jordan P. Moore

Fort Stewart, Georgia – Melinda J. Harper

Franklin – Caitlin E. Anderson, Paula M. Anderson

Freeburg – Jackie R. Haller

Garden City – Lane P. Hernandez

Gilliam – Phelecia R. Knox

Gravois Mills – Chelsea Coons, Amanda Haggerman, Mary Moore

Green Ridge – Landon Dove, Chelsea A. Haslag, Andrey Kazakov, Sofia S. Oleynic, Natalya N. Oliferchuk, Breanna L. Peck

Hartsburg – Julia Lacy, Kristin T. Lacy

Henley – Loren Belshe, Kaylee D. Berendzen, Morgan T. Koetting, Travis J. Rush, Raegan M. Wood

Hermitage – Alyson Lile

Holden – Samantha J. Kralicek, Sarah M. McAninch, Tyler Sconce

Holts Summit – Elizabet N. Bergstrom, Zachary P. Brooks

Houstonia – Rebecca L. Manuel

Hughesville – Jessica C. Ehlers, Olga Trushenko

Hume – Megan K. Sutcliffe

Iberia – Cole Brown, Casey A. Byers, Kassidy R. Farrow, Zachary B. Roark

Independence – Jacob Bolger, Nicole L. Burnett

Jamestown – Alexis A. Muri, Melanie C. Perez

Jefferson City – Grant T. Clayton, Josiah P. Imhoff, Blaine E. Meyer, Alec R. Propst, Lisa Simms-Weir, Kylie N. Stegeman

Kansas City – Katsuyo Hudson

Kingdom City – Mekayla Kelley

Knob Noster – Aimee Binder, Alexander T. Buford, Raymond Burgos, Farrel J. Clevenger, James L. Jones, Tucker Judd, Marisa J. Mancini, Skylar N. Mayo, Jessyca Phipps, Shea D. Timmons

LaMonte – Valerie Miller, Ashley N. Newton, Brian P. Propheter, Alexa J. Shull

Lake Ozark – Ryan C. Anderson, Amaryah N. Bennett, Jeanne L. Brawner, Emily L. Cannon, Allyssa A. Rodrigo, Chelsie L. Rowden

Lee’s Summit – Austin I. Ross

Leeton – Kayla M. Dean

Leonard – Amber D. Miles

Lincoln – Jordan C. Gresham, Lane M. Johnson, Hannah M. Schrock, Emily A. White, Macie R. Yearout

Linn Creek – Luke W. Keeth, Christopher L. Riddle, Kyle W. Rizer, Jacob Smith

Lone Jack – Chase M. Swisher

Lowry City – Bailey A. Brown, Halie N. Kalberloh

Macon – Trevor D. Shrum

Marceline – Tori A. Davis

Marshall – Ana F. Aquino, Milisha J. Butner, Jasmin N. Morales Ruiz, Hayley A. Robbins, Adriana Rodriguez, Jim Yu

Mendon – Kirsten M. Brown

Mokane – Cassandra K. Oliver

Montreal – Javen Wilson

Montrose – Richlyn M. Foster

Mora – Zane J. Brandes, Mercedes M. Morrison, Darin S. Oelrichs, Shaila J. Zimmer

Nevada – Joseph P. Wiecken
New Cambria – Amanda K. Lochner

New Franklin – Grace S. Chambers

North Las Vegas, Nevada – Kimberley M. Bartlett

Osage Beach – Cameron J. Hall, Phillip J. Sommers

Osceola – Kailee Noakes

Otterville – Rachel Hogan, Alexandria J. Malone

Pilot Grove – Jonathon R. Gerke, Warren R. Olson, Katelynn A. Reuter, Rebecca Skaggs

Preston – Danielle B. Lightfoot

Roach – Lindsey J. Mough

Rocky Mount – Cole W. McFarland

Russellville – Savannah L. Laird, Mackenzie N. Matheis

Saint Louis – Kari P. Ebmeyer

Scotch Plains, New Jersey – Amani N. Williams

Sedalia – Olesea P. Afatarli, Vadim P. Afatarli, Fernanda A. Alexander, Brittany E. Allen, Lacey E. Belt, Jacob W. Beyer, Daniel A. Bom, Steven A. Bradbury, Eric J. Bromagen, Jovana S. Cervantes-Cruz, Stafford O. Dhority, Ryan E. Durrill, Nicholas P. Eckstrom, Emilee R. Edgar, Jenna M. Ellison, Benton T. England, Crystal M. Fizer, Sydney E. Fockler, Grace E. Franke, Reece D. Gabbert, Nelya S. Garnik, Elisha J. Greene, Andrew L. Gregory, Anna P. Gritsishin, Natasha Gutsman, Taylor M. Hammond, Molly C. Harvey, Joseph M. Harvilla, Amanda K. Hernandez, Shane D. Hill, Jimmy D. Hineman Jr., John E. Hire II, Maggie E. Holman, Cathy M. James, Ashley N. Johnson, Rhyanna B. Jones, Sarah E. Kocsis, Alexia N. Kramer, Betty A. Kruse, Alexander J. Lukomskiy, Victor R. Madrid, Max H. Martin, Morgan D. McCartney, Harley Z. McClain, Danny W. McKernon, Frank H. Mittenburg IV, Jordyn N. Mullins, Christina Pakhnyuk, Audrey J. Pilant, Kamerin D. Points, Hannah R. Pope, Chandler J. Prost, Tracey L. Rapp, Lisa D. Robertson, Bradley J. Rogers, Jaime A. Sandoval Jr., Skylar E. Schmauch, Tonya C. Schoen, Daniel I. Sheremet, Kali M. Smith, Sarah J. Smith, Christyn E. Sparks, Jennifer D. Stetzenbach, Garrett C. Strange, Ashley A. Taylor, Alexandria N. Teeter, Claire Tierney, Christina L. Tils, Daniel K. Tow, Alexander Tsurkan, Elizabeth E. Valesa, Mariah M. Voitl, Rexford A. Walters, Douglas E. Weller, Tristen I. Wells, Madison P. White, Kathryn J. Wolfram, Kristen K. Womble, Ethan W. Yazell

Slater – Jordan E. Allen

Smithton – Allison L. Cline, Shelbi R. Huddleston, Kimberlee Lewis, Kaytlyn L. Muhr, Mariah E. Wiles

Stockton – Kelsey J. Snyder

Stover – Rachel M. Chaney, Terry V. Embrey, Mallory D. Folsom, Melissa O. Johnson

Success – Dwight J. Mcnew

Sunrise Beach – Patrick L. Corbin, Nicole N. Holloway

Sweet Springs – Cassaundra N. Long

Tacoma, Washington – Christy N. Reeves

Taneyville – Sydnee Cotter

Tipton – Robert E. Dumsday III, Lauren D. Hentges, Olivia L. Huhmann, Hannah Kuttenkuler, Hunter M. Miesner, Jason T. Moore, Angela N. Petree

Tuscumbia – Benton A. Patterson

Ulman – Kristin M. Smith

Unionville – Alisyn M. Hamilton

Urich – Samantha D. Hopkins

Versailles – Micah G. Bennett, Lauren B. Embry, Austin W. Owsley, Shyanne D. Weicken

Village of Four Seasons – Lance S. Moyer

Warrensburg – Kellen R. Atkins, Megan E. Baker, Keith D. Cummings, Eric J. Deer, Kylie E. Fossinger, Maegan M. Hager, Elizabeth J. Hill, Shafat Islam, Andrew Mott, Modupe O. Odusanya, Scott D. Rampone, Ian M. Riese, Emily G. Sachs, Esther E. Stevens, Christian Ward

Warsaw – Kareegan E. Cramer, Ruby A. Dotson, Teresa E. Duffey, Dustin R. Gemes, Cindy S. Grotz, Letisha D. Schwartz, Misty K. Schwartz, Heidi A. Thomas, Zachary C. Wilson, Kaitlin I. Wynn

Waverly – Mahlina L. Mueller

Wheatland – Ivan D. Long

Whiteman Air Force Base – Carly N. Googe, Valorie A. Leonard, Steven Mendoza, Katie K. Rose, Amanda B. Weldon

Windsor – Christopher Algiere, Danielle J. Craig, Hawk W. Johnson, Wesley Reedy, Brage A. Wilson

Yigo, Guam – Cortney R. Gutirrez

3rd Annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet and Auction


Rodger Cecil's badge retired by Butler Fire Department

Proclamation from Mayor Don Malan retiring badge #232 from our department in memory of our departed brother, Rodger J. Cecil who passed away December 16, 2016. It was presented to his wife, Brenda (also one of our Firefighters) at the City Council meeting on January 17, 2017. He will be missed.