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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Butler man arrested in Adrian on warrants

Johnny Poe
On 6/27/17 around 6:39pm the Adrian Police Department arrested 31 year old Johnny L. Poe of Butler, Missouri.

Mr Poe was arrested for 1.) Warrant - Forgery 2.) Warrant - Stealing.

He was booked into the Bates County Jail and placed on no bond.


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Obituary - Gloria V. Klein

Gloria V. Klein, 83, of Clinton, Missouri died Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton.

Among surviving is a daughter, Vicky Anderson of Clinton.

Arrangements are pending under the direction of the Bradley & Hadley Funeral Home, Clinton.







Obituary - Harvey Lee Chastain

Harvey Lee Chastain
Harvey Lee Chastain, 79, Mack's Creek, Missouri departed this life on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at Cox Medical Center South, Springfield, Missouri surrounded by family and love.

He is survived by a son, Harvey Luke Chastain and wife Rebecca, Mack's Creek, Missouri; 4 daughters, Lucinda Lea Chastain, Flemington, Missouri, Mary Johnston and husband Ray, Buffalo, Missouri, Gretchen Lee and husband Shannon, Danielle Marie Schooler and husband Steve all of the State of Missouri; 17 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren with 4 on the way; 6 brothers, Phillip Chastain, State of Kansas, Bob Chastain, Harrisonville, Missouri, Jim Chastain, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tim Chastain, State of Kansas, Elijah Chastain, Belton, Missouri; a sister, Wanda Gonzales, Garden City, Missouri; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral service will be 1:00 p.m., Saturday, July 1, 2017 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri with burial in the Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville.

Family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., Friday, June 30, 2017 at the funeral home.

A complete obituary will be published when it becomes available.










Suspicious vehicle leads to arrest in Garden City

At about 3:30 today Officers of the Garden City Police Department were alerted to a suspicious vehicle in the area of F Hwy & Old 7 Hwy. While canvasing the area, Officers spotted the vehicle at F Hwy & Gum Street. 

Officers stopped the car driven by a 37 year old man from Garden City. A records check of the driver revealed a warrant for his arrest out of Henry County. 

The driver was cited for failure to register a motor vehicle, expired temporary tags and no proof of insurance. The driver was arrested and transported to the Cass County Jail. The vehicle was towed by Miller Tow




From the desk of US Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler

Vicky Hartzler
Today’s EPA announcement rolling back a major federal land grab is a huge win for Missouri farmers, builders, businesses, land owners, and local governments.

For the past two years, Missourians have been faced with regulatory uncertainty from the flawed ‘Waters of the United States’ rule that would put 99% of Missouri land under federal jurisdiction.

A more balanced approach and long-term certainty is needed to balance local, state, and federal control over property and water rights across the country.

I look forward to continued leadership from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt that will provide protection for our natural resources in the least intrusive way to the local economy.









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Obituary - Homer Lee Swezy

Homer Lee Swezy, 86, Adrian, MO, died Monday, June 26, 2017 in Adrian.

Visitation will be held from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Adrian with a short service to follow. Private burial.

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










Have you seen this missing Missouri juvenile?







Fabulous Torques Concert in Rich Hill


One week from today Rich Hill will host it's 136th 4th of July celebration. 

Car show at noon, parade at 3, cornhole (bean bag tourney) at 430, salute to veterans at 430 and more!, Fabulous Torques starting at 7 pm with the largest fireworks display in the area at 10 pm. Join us!




Clinton woman arrested in St. Clair County

 Viviana Chavarria
On June 19, Viviana Chavarria, 31, Clinton, was arrested on St. Clair County warrant for probation violation on an original class A misdemenaor charge of domestic assault-third degree. Bond is set at $10,000 cash or surety. 

The original charge stems from an incident on May 7, 2016 when a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on NE WW Highway, Osceola, in reference to a domestic disturbance. 

During the investigation it was found Chavarria allegedly struck a male victim with an object causing him physical injury.




Property damage reported in Appleton City

On June 17, a St. Clair County Sheriff's deputy took a property damage report on North Beach Street, Appleton City. 

Adam Lesmeister reported someone cut two tires on his 2017 Chevrolet Silverado truck. 

Both tires appeared to have a one inch cut in the tire that went all the way through the tire. The total value of the tires was estimated at $370.








Theft report taken in rural Rockville

On June 24, a St. Clair County Sheriff's deputy took a theft report on SW 150 Road, Rockville. 

Jeffrey Utz reported a Craftsman tool bag, a Marlin 17 model 917B with a heavy barrel, and a pair of Leupold 10x50 binoculars missing from his 2007 GMC truck that was parked next to his shop building near the road. 

The total value of the items missing was estimated at $435.











Burn ban issued in Linn County Kansas

The Linn County Rural Fire District will be in a Burn Ban from 9:00 pm this evening (June 27) through Thursday, June 29th. 

The current forecast is for winds to begin ramping up tonight with sustained winds above 20 MPH and gusts approaching 40 MPH around noon Wednesday and off and on gusts approaching 30 MPH again on Thursday. Outdoor burning will be banned during this time.

The current forecast suggests winds will diminish by Friday into the weekend.






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Clinton man found guilty, Sentencing to come later

Richard McNabb
In early Jan. of this year, Clinton Police officers were made aware of a threat that had been made against Henry County Prosecutor Richard Shields. 

The threat was apparently made by 34 year old Richard McNabb of Clinton. 

McNabb at the time had pending court cases for a charge of murder in the second degree and neglect of a child resulting in a death, along with unrelated drug charges. 

According to witnesses, McNabb threatened to kill Prosecutor Shields by shooting him and then he intended to kill himself. With the assistance of the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Deputies of the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, Clinton Police took eventually took McNabb into custody. 

Mr. McNabb was charged with 24 hour investigation of attempting to commit murder in the first degree. There is no new court date for McNabb concerning this charge. 

However, as far as the murder and neglect charges, yesterday afternoon the court announced that McNabb was found guilty of the class C felony of neglect of a child. 

The court found him to be a prior and persistent felony offender, which makes the maximum penalty 15 years in the department of corrections. The court ordered a sentencing assessment report and set sentencing for Sept 21.

Richard M. Shields
Prosecuting Attorney
Henry County, Missouri

Courtesy of KDKD



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http://batescountynewswire.blogspot.com/2017/01/threats-made-against-henry-county.html


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Apply at Quick Dine 3 located at 404 N Orange Street in Butler. 

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Obituary - Carl E. Erickson

Carl E. Erickson
Carl E. Erickson, age 89, of Clinton, died Sunday, June 25, 2017 at Westwood Living Center.

The family will receive visitors at 10:00 AM on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Green Room of the Clinton, United Methodist Church. A memorial service will follow at 11:00 AM.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Carl E. Erickson Memorial Fund and left in care of Consalus Funeral Home, 209 S. 2nd St., Clinton, MO 64735.

Condolences may be left online at this website.








Westward Gifts 4th of July Sale

Westward Gifts located at 201 S Orange St, Butler, MO is having a 4th of July Sale.. Stop by and check it out 15% off your entire purchase!! 






Obituary - Donald “Don” E. Miller

Donald “Don” E. Miller, age 78, of Raymore, Missouri passed away peacefully on June 23, 2017 at Redwood of Raymore. No services have been scheduled at this time.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to Serenity Care Hospice (1626 E. Elm, Harrisonville, Missouri 64701) or to Alzheimer's Association, (3846 W. 75th Street, Prairie Village, Kansas 66208) alz.org.

Arrangements: Cullen Funeral Home, Raymore, Missouri 816.322.5278




Celebrate Freedom the Independent Way

JEFFERSON CITY –To assure that you only see the flashing lights of fireworks this Independence Day, and not those of a police car, be smart – don’t drive impaired. 

Local law enforcement will be especially watchful for impaired drivers June 30 – July 4 for this year’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.

In all of the 2016 fatal and serious injury crashes in Missouri, 15 percent involved a substance-impaired driver. Throughout the Fourth of July holiday last year, seven people lost their lives and 38 were seriously injured in Missouri traffic crashes. Of those, three fatalities and five serious injuries involved a substance-impaired driver.

“Whether it’s the loss of a loved one or someone is seriously injured, each and every impaired driving crash is 100 percent preventable,” said Meghan Carter, executive director of MADD Missouri. “We remind everyone, if your plans include alcohol, whether on land or on water, plan ahead for a safe ride home.”

The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety recommends simple tips to avoid a substance-impaired driving tragedy: designate a sober driver, call a cab or sober friend, call law enforcement if you suspect an impaired driver and always wear your safety belt.

Keep in mind some of the consequences of choosing to drive impaired:

· If you cause a fatal crash, you can be charged with involuntary manslaughter – a felony resulting in up to seven years in prison, a $5,000 fine or both.

· Your license can be suspended for 90 days on your first conviction, and you could be fined up to $500 and spend up to six months in prison.

· Anyone guilty of a second impaired-driving traffic offense will be required to install an ignition interlock device on their car before reinstating driving privileges.

· If you refuse a sobriety test, you can lose your license on the spot and have your car impounded.

Driving impaired, or riding with someone who is, isn’t worth the risk. The goal of zero deaths is attainable. Be smart – drive sober or get pulled over.

For more information, visit www.saveMOlives.com or find them on social media at Save MO Lives.





Hume man injured in rollover accident South of Metz

On 6/26/17 around 1:40pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Barton County responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on Route WW around 1 mile South of Metz, Missouri.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2011 Ford F-350 driven by 26 year old Travis W. Thomas of Hume, Missouri ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a culvert causing the vehicle to overturn several times.

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

The truck was totaled and towed from the scene by Garwood's Towing.



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Obituary - Alvin Gene Flippin

Alvin Gene Flippin age 88 of Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life Monday, June 26,2017 at Kansas City Hospice House, Kansas City, Missouri surrounded with family and love.

Alvin is survived by his two sons, Stanley Flippin of Harrisonville, Missouri and Mark Flippin and his wife Debbie of Selah, Washington; two daughters, Donna Woolery and her husband Clifford and Sharon Wright and her husband Steve all from Harrisonville, Missouri; eleven grandchildren; nineteen great grandchildren; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services are pending under the care of Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri.

A complete obituary and service times will be posted here as soon as that information becomes available.





Storm chances to increase this week

Strong to severe storms will be possible Wednesday and Thursday with large hail and strong winds the primary concerns. 

Additionally, locally heavy rainfall will be possible, especially along and north of Route 36. Stay weather aware this week!






Hume Community News 6/27/17

The community of Hume wishes to extend their sympathies to the family of Tom Rees. Tom was a 1976 graduate of Hume High School. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

On June 16th, 17th and 18th Ruth and Steve Spencer hosted a Spencer reunion with a total of 101 attending. Descendants from Luther (L.H.), Fern, Lester (Bud) and Jim were present.

Families came from Seattle and Centralia, WA. Salem, Corvallis and Winchester OR., Quantico, VA., Oxford, MI., South Dakota, Las Vegas, Nevada,, Littleton, Co., Joplin, Union Star, Excelsior Springs, Clay Como, Savannah, Halena, Sheldon, Rich Hill, and Hume, MO., Mound City & Pleasanton, KS.

Everyone enjoyed reminiscing, eating, a hayride, swimming, target practice and more. The last Spencer reunion was 15 years ago in June of 2002.

Isaac Irwin celebrated his 9th birthday on June 20 with a swim party at the Country Club in Nevada. Family and friends enjoyed swimming, pizza, snacks and cookies.

Kenzee Snider celebrated her 9th birthday this past weekend with a trip to Sky Zone on Saturday evening with family and friends and then a swim party at her Papa Eddie’s and Grandma Kit’s in Adrian on Sunday with pizza and cake. Kenzee turned 9 on June 19th.

The O5O club will have their carry-in dinner on Monday, July 3 at the Hume Community Center. All are invited.

The Hume Fair is right around the corner and we will be selling T-shirts to celebrate the 75th Annual Hume Fair and Rodeo. We are busy working on the arena and will be working Saturdays if anyone wants to come and help.











Obituary - Michael Owen Calvert

Michael Owen Calvert
Michael Owen Calvert, age 46, of Branson, Missouri passed away peacefully Friday, June 23, 2017 at Cox Medical Center Branson as a result of kidney failure. Mike or Calvy as he was known, had a very generous heart. His passion of riding four wheelers often resulted in his second passion of repairing four wheelers. 

He will be remembered as the one who would always be there to help. Mike is survived by his parents Bob and Linda Calvert of La Cygne, Kansas, sister, Amy Loomis and children Austin, Morgan, Molly and Allison, also of La Cygne, and a brother Scott Calvert and children Cody and Gracie of Pleasanton, Kansas.

A remembrance service will be held 7 pm Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Standing by the Door, 181 First St, Hollister, MO. A funeral mass will be held 6 pm Wednesday July 5, 2017 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Louisburg, Kansas. A time of fellowship will follow the mass in the church basement. Burial will be in the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Mound City, Kansas. 

A decision regarding contributions will be made shortly and will be posted on the funeral home website. On line condolences for the family can be left at www.schneiderfunerals.com. Arrangements: Schneider Funeral Home La Cygne Chapel.








Eldorado Springs teen arrested after traffic stop

Brandon L. Parker
On June 23, 2017, officers arrested Brandon L. Parker, 19, of El Dorado Springs, as the result of a traffic stop for the charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving While Suspended, Careless and Reckless Driving, Failure to Register Motor Vehicle, Displaying License Plates of Another Vehicle, Proof of Financial Responsibility Required, and Failure to Signal. 

He was released on summons pending court appearance.