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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Obituary -Tracy Lynn Michael

Tracy Lynn Michael age 51 of Pleasant Hill, Missouri departed this life Saturday, July 1, 2017 at Lee's Summit Medical Center, Lee's Summit, Missouri surrounded with family and love.

Tracy is survived by her mother, Karyn S. Bower of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; her father, LeRoy Bower of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; a son, Joshua Ira Trull and his wife Jill of Lee's Summit, Missouri; a daughter, Karyn A. Trull of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; three brothers, Darren Stewart of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, Steve Bower of Winfield, Kansas, and Phil Sears of Grove, Oklahoma; a sister, Lori Evans of Moran, Kansas; two grandchildren, Paisley and Emmylou; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill, Missouri. Cremation.

The family will receive friends Wednesday, July 5, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

The family suggest in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Donate Life.

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

New record for Rich Hill Pie Auction

$20,000 pie auction! New record! Thank you to all who baked, bid or bought a pie!! 

Thank you for all of the support, Larry Hacker , Auctioneer and the team at Citizens Bank in Rich Hill for all of their hard work!!

Courtesy of the RH 4th of July Committee 

Don Durbin Honored as 2017 Adrian Parade Marshall

Jefferson City, Missouri: Don Durbin, Adrian, MO, was recently honored with a Missouri House Resolution and a US Flag flown over the Missouri Capitol. 

Mr. Durbin was recognized as the 2017 Parade Marshall for Adrian's Independence Day Celebration, annually organized by the Adrian Optimist Club. 

The presentations were made by District 126 State Representative Patricia Pike during the downtown parade procession, July 1, 2017. 

Don and wife, Dorothy, led this year's parade festivities along with 2016 Parade Marshall, Mike Peterson, whose 2016 parade events were rained out last year.

Deepwater man seriously injured in Henry County rollover accident

On 7/2/17 around 12:55pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County along with Henry County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on Route Z just east of SE 331 Private Drive.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2004 Buick driven by 58 year old John E. Vansel traveled off the right side of the roadway and struck a driveway edge which caused the vehicle to become airborne before overturning coming to rest on its top facing northeast.

Mr. Vansel sustained serious injuries in this accident and he was transported by Life Flight Eagle to Research Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene by Golden Valley Tow.

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From the Missouri State Highway Patrol

Domestic Assault investigated on Interstate I-49

 Curtis Lee Owen
On June 24th 2017 the Barton County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a assault which had just occurred on interstate I-49. When the deputies arrived on scene the deputies was told that a male suspect had struck the female subject with a can of beer in the face. 

Whenever the deputies located the male subject walking on I-49 and conduct an interview with him on what occurred he advised he did not strike the woman however he did dump his beer out on her. There was four minor children in the vehicle at the time of the domestic situation. 

The deputy spoke with the children to find out what had occurred in the vehicle. At the conclusion of the investigation the male subject was arrested for domestic assault. 

The male subject was identified as Curtis Lee Owen, age 36, of Carthage Missouri.
The report will be sent to the Barton County prosecuting attorney for consideration of filing criminal charges.

Obituary - Joseph J. Chambless

Joseph J. Chambless age 63 of Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life Saturday, July 1, 2017 at ABC Health Center, Harrisonville, Missouri.

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

Services are pending.

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

Aspire Cheer and Dance Bake Sale

Come see us today at Conoco off 71/49 in Butlerfor our bake sale to 7pm. 

Tons of goodies and help support Aspire cheer and dance! Happy 4th everyone, be safe and stop by and see us

Cheer sign ups also start Thursday July 6th at our Free open gym 6-7:45pm at our gym located at 115 east 3rd Street Adrian MO 64720.

Come out and support the Rich Hill Lion's Club

The Rich Hill Lion's Club will be serving fish and chips and a bottle of water for $7.00 tonight 7/2/17 starting at 5pm at the RH 4th of July Celebration. Thank you for your support.

Nevada Speedway Results 7/1/17

Midwest Mods:
1. Devin Crockett
2. Rob Muilenburg
3. Mitchell Coulter
4. Cayden Campbell
5. Norman Mackley
6. Bill Schlobohm
7. Keith Bradley
8. Andrew Hendren
9. Larry Drake
10. Reuben Ellis
11. Jeff Lockard
12. Kent Shouse
13. Kelby Keith

1. Jeff Douty
2. Brayton Skaggs
3. Matt Rose
4. Rusty Skaggs
5. Justin Pike
6. Jerry Morgan
7. Russell Niehoff
8. Levi Phillips
9. Tim Phillips
10. Justin Amick
11. Brent Bloom
12. Zach Whitaker
13. Daniel Long
14. Brandon King
15. Mason Sigg
16. Kenny Pike
17. Blake Ellis
18. Jake Storrer

1. Chase Sigg
2. Paden Phillips
3. Lucas Dobbs
4. Scotty Bough
5. Craig Wood
6. Daniel Wosoba
7. Jessy Willard
8. Dwight Niehoff
9. Jared Adams
10. William Graham, Jr.

Mini Stocks:
1. Steven Bunton
2. Kevin Prall
3. Jon Starnes
4. Jonathan Canzoneri
5. Mike Baxter
6. Ken Leverich
7. Cory Newby
8. Randy Mozingo
9. Cody Gilbertson

Pure Stocks:
1. Michael Churning
2. Thomas Dunham
3. Jerry Wheeler
4. William Franklin
5. Jaren Powrie
6. James Barker
7. Garrett Cantrell
8. Tiny Joles
9. Greg Gilbertson
10. John Shaver
11. Andrew Crockett
12. Bubba Cantrell
13. Travis Keith
14. Eddie Coulter
15. Dirk Troth
16. Tommy Joles
17. Broc Rose
18. Bobby Brown
19. Zachary Hendren
20. Morgan Campbell

Street Stocks:
1. Scott Johnson
2. Shawn Hendren
3. Karl Lehmann
4. Mike Bitner
5. Greg Cantrell
6. Jay Lamons
7. John McKeehan
8. Kevin York
9. Colby Carter

Late Models:

1. Jon Sheets
2. Darrell Mooneyham
3. Dylan Timmerman
4. Steve Johnson
5. Jerry Brown
6. Larry Jones
7. Mark Daye
8. John Coats
9. John Willard

Scattered Thunderstorms Through the 4th

Well, we have been dry for almost 48 hours and that has helped to allow some of those rivers to come down. However, that may be the extent of the good news this morning. 

Thunderstorms will be possible today across northern Missouri with the potential for a few of those to be strong. 

Storm chances will increase for the rest of the area tonight with several rounds of storms possible through at least Independence Day. Although widespread severe weather is not expected with these storms there is the potential for strong to isolated severe storms Monday and Tuesday. 

The main threats with these storms will be for small hail and gusty winds. Also, with several rounds of storms possible the next few days, eastern Kansas and western Missouri are expected to receive another 1 to 3 inches of rain with lesser amounts across central and northern Missouri. Please don't shoot the midnight shift messengers this morning...Independence Day is our favorite holiday so, we suffer as well!