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Friday, March 31, 2017

Wings over Whiteman" Air Show & Open House







Beginning of Summer Bash & Carnival in Archie

The Archie Fall Festival Committee is proud to announce our 1st annual CARNIVAL to kick off the Beginning of Summer! Food, games, rides and more!

Toby's Carnival will be in the open lot across from Dollar General 
  • THURSDAY 5/25/17 6:00-10:00PM
  • FRIDAY 5/26/17 6:00-10:00PM
  • SATURDAY 5/27/17 1:00-5:00PM AND 6:00-10:00PM
Wristbands for (1) 4 hour session are $15.00 in ADVANCE or $20.00 the day of. They include ALL RIDES.











Eldorado Springs man injured in Vernon County crash

On 3/31/17 around 8:19am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Vernon County responded to a one vehicle accident around 8 miles East of Nevada on K Highway.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when a right front tire on the 1999 Ford Taurus driven by 85 year old Buster B. Blackburn of Eldorado Springs, Missouri blew out and caused the vehicle to travel off the roadway, striking a driveway embankment and then the ground.

Mr. Blackburn sustained moderate injuries in this accident and he was transported by ambulance to Nevada Regional Medical Center for treatment.

The vehicle received moderate damage and it was towed from the scene by Phillips Tow of Nevada, Missouri


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Obituary - Mike J. Hallam “Mikey”

Mike J. Hallam “Mikey”
Mike J. Hallam “Mikey”, 56, Nevada, MO passed away on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at Nevada Regional Medical Center in Nevada following a sudden illness. Mike was born May 12, 1960 in Avon, IL to Claude Leroy and Patricia Ann (McDonald) Hallam.

Mike lived in Illinois until 1974 then moved to the Nevada area and attended Nevada High School. He served in the United States Army for a short time before being honorably discharged. Following the service he pursued his dream of working and running his own bakery. Mike was currently working with his brother at H & R Tire in Sarcoxie, MO. He continued to love baking and spending time with his wife, kids, and grandkids.

Survivors include by his wife Julie Ogden; four sons, Cory Hallam and his wife Holly, Chad Hallam, Michael Hallam and Kylee Baldwin, Shane Hallam and his wife Megan; one daughter, Alisha Pryor and her husband Adam; three brothers, Mark Hallam and his wife Georgiana, Marty Hallam and his wife Kathy, Terry Hallam and his wife Teresa; one sister, Cindy Kirkpatrick and Thomas Barker; 12 grandchildren; several nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Rev. Mark Mitchell officiating. Interment will follow in Newton Burial Park, Nevada. The family will receive friends from 5-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening at the funeral home.

Those who wish may contribute to the family c/o Ferry Funeral Home.




Traffic Alert: Roadwork in Cass County

The Missouri Department of Transportation will close north and southbound lanes on Interstate 49 between the 140th Street ramp and the Main Street ramp for partial bridge removal beginning Friday, March 31 at 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday, April 3. All work is weather permitting.

• Northbound and southbound I-49/71 Highway will be closed and diverted to the outer roads from the Main Street ramp to the 140th Street ramp in both directions.

• Main Street will be closed in both directions between the outer roads for the duration of the weekend closure.




State Bound!

Miami Dairy Cattle Evaluation Team is State Bound Back Row: (FR) Konnor Tidman, (FR) John Crawford Front Row: (FR) Charles Johnson, (JR) Brianne Popplewell








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Yesterday approximately 2:50-3pm at the white oak station in Clinton, MO on second across from Pizza Hut a DARK BLAZER pulled up and drove off with a BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) donation bucket. 

Now, we could talk all day about how what absolutely low life's could possibly steal from such a great organization.. please if you know by chance who these scum might be, please let me know. 

The guy with the hat is the one who actually walked out with it, thanks to the other guy who pointed and told him to. I would like to add that this money is used to empower abused children in any way necessary. This could be through means such as therapy. 

Know that you sir have just stolen what may become the only thing that serves as peace to a suffering child. I hope we find you, but if by chance we don't, I hope you get yours.


The Clinton Police Department phone number is (660)-885-2679.


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Obituary - Noel Dean Boxley

Noel Dean Boxley, 86, Belton, MO, died Monday, March 27, 2017 at his home. 

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, April 6 at Southview Christian Church in Grandview, MO, with visitation from 10:30-11. Burial will be in Belton Cemetery.

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








Update: Name released in Belton Shooting

On 3/30/2017 at about 3:15 am Belton officers responded to an address in the 1500 blk of N Scott in regards to a shooting. 

Upon arrival officers found two male subjects suffering from gunshot wounds. They were both transported to area hospitals. One of the men, 29 year old Gabriel Brito, was pronounced dead a short time later.

The surviving victim advised that an unknown white male had come to the residence and confronted the victims with a handgun. A physical confrontation then occurred where both victim's were shot. The suspect is described as approximately 6 foot tall with a muscular build and a tattoo on his right wrist. 

A metro squad has been assembled to assist in the investigation; there is nothing further to release at this time. 

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to call the TIPS hotline. (816) 474-TIPS.

















Updated Obituary - Jean L. Murphy

Jean L. Murphy
Jean L. Murphy, 88 of Butler, Missouri passed away March 29, 2017 at Carnegie Assisted Living in Belton, Missouri. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 AM Saturday, April 1, 2017 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Butler with Fr. Tom Hermes as Celebrant. 

Visitation will be prior to Mass from 9-10 AM also at the church. Interment will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery in Butler. Memorial contributions are suggested to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com.
 
(In her own words; this obituary penned by Mrs. Murphy herself.)Jean Lenore (Blair) Murphy was born August 6, 1928 in Texola, Oklahoma. One of five children, Jean grew up in western Oklahoma and was educated in the Texola schools. Following graduation, she attended Hill’s Business College in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Sarachon-Hooley Secretarial School in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
She was employed by Jensen-Salsbrty Veterinary Laboratories and Standard Oil Company in the accounting department. Jean met Edward Joseph Murphy in 1950 when he was a student at Kansas City School of Law and they married in September of 1953 at Redemptorist Catholic Church in Kansas City, Missouri. They came to Butler in July of 1955. Edward engaged in the practice of law and Jean was employed at Osage Valley Electric Cooperative as secretary to the manager.
 
Jean was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, the Bates County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Butler Public Library board, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, a book review club, and several bridge clubs.
 
Jean was preceded in death by her parents Bevely Hanford and Emma Pearl (Johnson) Blair; her husband Edward in 1986; two brothers and two sisters. Jean is survived by her cherished cousins Tammy Baker of White House, Tennessee and Georgia Gray of Grass Valley, California; nephew Paul (Wati) Henshaw of Vancouver, Washington; and nieces Betty Karst also of Vancouver and Barbara (Chuck) Norman of Terra Haute, Indiana.






Union Restaurant and Public House Car, Bike and Jeep Show!




Union's Car, Bike, and Jeep Show! AUG 12TH 11:00am to 5:00pm. Followed by a Street Dance at 7:00pm. $25 Entry Fee. All proceeds will go towards Wounded and Disabled Veterans, as well as The Children's Center. Can't wait to see you all here for a great time and most importantly a great cause! 27 W. Dakota St. Butler, MO 64730.

Obituary - Glayds L. Edwards

Glayds L. Edwards 94 of Bolivar, Missouri formerly of Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life on Friday, March 31, 2017 at Citizens Memorial Healthcare, Bolivar, Missouri.

Final arrangements entrusted to Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri.

Service time and a complete obituary will be posted when that information becomes available.






Cancellation - Endangered Silver Advisory - John William Stout - Cedar County

John William Stout
EMPHASIS: Cancelled Endangered Silver Advisory Alert

State of Missouri Endangered SILVER Advisory Cancellation


The Cedar County Sheriff’s Office has Cancelled an Endangered SILVER Advisory for a missing adult incident that occurred at 1920 South 801 Road, El Dorado Springs, MO at  5:00 P.M. on 03/26/2017.


The endangered SILVER advisory missing adult was:
John William Stout, a white, male, age 79, hgt 5' 06", 180 lbs, white hair, blue eyes, light complexion, wearing unknown clothing.


Diagnosed Medical Condition(s): Early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Vehicle Information:
Gray 2015 Chrysler 200 bearing MO registration, 01VPJF, last seen 1920 South 801 Road, El Dorado Springs, MO.


Brief circumstances regarding the Endangered Silver Person incident:

Subject has been located safe.






Update: Harrisonville man injured in Cass County rollover accident

On 3/30/17 around 7:47pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County responded to a one vehicle rollover accident in the Southbound Lanes of I-49 around mile marker 169.8 north of Peculiar, Missouri. 

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2007 Buick Lacrosse driven by 22 year old Tyler C. Nickel of Harrisonville, Missouri traveled off the right side of the roadway and overturned.

Mr. Nickel sustained minor injuries in this accident and he was transported by ambulance to Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene by J's Southland Tow.



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