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Friday, June 29, 2018

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Update: Two arrested after search warrant served in Nevada

In the evening of Thursday, June 28, 2018 Nevada Police executed a search warrant at a residence in the 700 block of East Lee Street in response to reports of illegal drug activity at that location.

Officers had recently developed information regarding individuals at that location that had reportedly been involved in illegal drug activity.

Officers also discovered one of the subjects had outstanding warrants for their arrest from Vernon County.

During the search of the residence, officers located two subjects inside the house. They were both taken into custody and transported to the Vernon County Jail by Nevada Police.

During a search of the residence officers located and seized multiple packages of suspected methamphetamine and multiple pieces of suspected drug paraphernalia. The evidence seized from the residence will be sent to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Crime Lab for further analysis.

The two subjects taken into custody have been identified as follows:

Kimberly Foulk, age 32 of Nevada
Stephen Romesburg, age 28 of Nevada

On Friday, June 29, 2018 the following charges were filed against Kimberly Foulk through the Vernon County Associate Court:

Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Class C Felony
Foulk is being held in the Vernon County Jail in lieu of a $15,000 cash only bond.

On Friday, June 29, 2018 the following charges were filed against Stephen Romesburg through the Vernon County Associate Court:

Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Class C Felony

Romesburg is being held in the Vernon County Jail in lieu of a $15,000 cash only bond

Romesburg is also being held on unrelated arrest warrants from Vernon County.

Citizens are encouraged to contact the police if they have any information that would be helpful to combat crime.

For questions regarding crime prevention techniques or to start a Neighborhood Watch Program, contact the Nevada Police Department at (417) 448-5100.

To report criminal activities call 911 or us the Tip Hotline (417) 667-8477.

Any and all information will be kept confidential.

Approved:
Chief Casey Crain

Great news from Poplar Heights Living History Farm

Great News! We'll be moving Summit School the first part of October, weather permitting. Yea!! Getting the site prepared, we've cleared a passage way thru the tree line and the 2nd of two loads of rock have been dumped to give us a good road base across the ditch at the tree line. Next will be a formal ground breaking to put in the foundation and then it will be moving time. Yea!




Thank you from the Garden City Police Department





Mr. Rockwood set to play in Butler Saturday Night

Mr. Rockwood is playing from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Saturday night June 30th at the Bates County Elks Lodge #2653 in Butler. Mr. Rockwood is an 80’s cover band playing a variety of music from rock to country.

This is a must see performance following the poker run. If you can’t make it to the poker run, you can purchase your raffle tickets by stopping by the Elks Lodge between 10 a.m - 4 p.m. (prize winners will be drawn around 5:30).

A huge thanks to all our sponsors, poker run stops, Mr. Rockwood, and to everyone for supporting heart families ♥️#CHD #HLHS #RemingtonsHeart#RideandRally2018



From the Cass County Sheriff's Office



During the Quarterly Awards and Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday night Sheriff Jeff Weber recognized several individuals for outstanding work and citizenship.

Sheriff Weber recognized four deputies that were recently promoted and presented them with their certificate of promotion and new badge. Detective Robyn Burger was promoted to Sergeant and will serve as the Cass County Patrol Desk Sergeant. Deputy Brianne Jones and Deputy Nick Rew were promoted to Corporal and will serve as detectives in the Cass County Investigations Unit. Deputy Kevin Harris was promoted to corporal in the Cass County Jail Division.

Sergeant Shane Burgess was recognized for his outstanding work with the 17 new deputies that recently graduated from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office Regional Training Academy. Sergeant Burgess worked to renovate the Jail Training Officer Program and streamline the process to accommodate all the recent graduates.

Sheriff Weber also recognized two citizens for their support to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office. Kris Taylor and Joe Cramer received a Certificate of Recognition and were presented challenge coins for their assistance in the apprehension of a wanted fugitive. “Citizens and law enforcement working together can be a powerful tool in the fight against crime. Being a good witness is all it takes,” said Sheriff Jeff Weber.




New Clothing Shoes Warehouse Sale Adrian Optimist Club Building

1 Day ONLY, 7/13 10am -6pm at the Adrian Optimist Building Adrian, Mo Clothing, Shoes and Jewelry #clothingwarehousesale #mallcloseouts #levis#nike #wrangler #maurices #americaneagle #underarmour#thenorthface(see below for all brands)

Save 10% off by clicking INTERESTED/GOING & SHARING the event on your wall 
FREE ADMISSION Open To the Entire Public
ALL NEW Clothing & Overstocks for Men, Women & Children
(except for the Ugg boots, which are store returns)

Levi's
Under Armour 
Maurices
Vans
Nordstrom Clothing brands (all under $12.99)
Adidas 
American Eagle
The Buckle Brands Clothing
Silver Jeans
Nike Tees
Reebok 
Puma
Fila 
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Carhartt Tees
Dickies Tees
Exercise Athletic Performance and Sportswear
(work out pants, bras tops, fleece MENS WOMENS)
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The North Face Tee Shirts
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Eddie Bauer
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Ugg boots (store returns and customer returns starting at $9.99 to $49.99)

Also included is tons of mall brand costume jewelry from Express stores that retails between $20-30, we sell for $3.99 a piece!

and many more

Payment: Cash, Credit and Debit Cards accepted

Strollers Welcome

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St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Updates June 25-29, 2018

St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made four arrests and took a stealing report during the week of June 25-29, 2018 

View the full release by using the link that we have provided below:

https://www.scsomo.org/press_view.php?id=802




Job Opening in Butler

USDA – Bates County Farm Service Agency has a vacancy for a Program Technician full-time permanent position. The open application period is from Friday June 29, 2018 to Friday July 13, 2018. 

The position will require the applicant to possess a broad range of clerical skills including filing, operating office equipment and basic computer data entry skills. An agricultural background would be beneficial. Grade potential will be based on education, work experience, agriculture knowledge, and background. 

Visit USA Jobs, www.usajobs.opm.gov, for the current job posting and to apply for the position. Please contact Michael Finley at (660) 679-6112 extension 110 for information on applying for the position. USDA-FSA is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.



Obituary - Terry Glen Wallace

Terry Glen Wallace, 57, of Mound City, Kansas died Thursday, June 28, 2018 at his home.

Arrangements are pending and will be announced by Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Mound City Chapel.


Southern Nights Band at Archie Fishing Dock

We are very excited to have the Southern Nights Band at the Fishing Dock. They bring a mix of country and classic rock to the dance floor. Drink Specials: Pucker Bombs $5 and Bucket Deals. NO COVER CHARGE

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Dangerous Heat Continues

Another scorcher on the way! Pretty much a repeat performance of yesterday with afternoon highs near 100 and heat indices above 105 degrees. Avoid spending time outside and drink plenty of water. Stay cool Kansas City!