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Monday, June 17, 2019

Hey Garden City!

Garden City residents!!! As you may have heard, the Cass County Historical Society recently acquired the former Cass County Publishing Co. building at 301 S. Lexington Harrisonville, MO thanks to a very generous gift from John and Wanda Foster. 

We now have a wonderful opportunity to turn this space into a museum and cultural center that showcases and celebrates the history of our county and the people, events and stories that shaped our lives. We envision it as not just an interactive museum but also a research center and visitor attraction. We want to reach out to all cities within the county to ensure that every piece of our county is represented.

Beyond that, we want to hear your thoughts and ideas as we begin the planning process. The Raymore Historical Society has graciously agreed to allow us to use their new location for a meeting. The Cass County Historical Society Board of Directors cordially invite you to a meeting at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at the Library. 

We’ll provide you with brief background information, then open the floor to your questions, ideas and suggestions. We would greatly appreciate it if you would let us know if you are interested in attending so we can make sure we have adequate space. You can contact our Executive Director, Jennifer Reed at 816-380-4396 or by email at cchsmo@gmail.com.

Here are 3 questions we’d like you to be thinking about before the meeting:

1. Drawing on your childhood memories, what content or features would you want to make sure this museum includes for your children and grandchildren?

2. What are the important Cass County-specific stories that this museum should present to visitors?

3. Thinking about your visits to other museums and historic attractions, what features have stuck out in your mind as particularly noteworthy or engaging?

We are excited about this opportunity and hope you will make time to attend this important meeting — and feel free to invite others who might be interested in this project. Questions can be directed to Jennifer Reed, Executive Director, at 816-380-4396 or email cchsmo@gmail.com.


Courtesy of Cass County Missouri Historical Society Facebook page

Obituary - Roger Kent Lee

Roger Kent Lee, age 67, a former resident of Ft. Scott, Kansas, passed away Saturday, June 15, 2019, at the Citizens Memorial Health Care in Bolivar, Missouri. He was born September 23, 1951, in Ft. Scott, Kansas, the son of Frank James Lee and Mary Virginia Sheehy Lee. Roger accumulated many fiends while attending primary school in Prescott, Kansas. His family later moved to Pittsburg, Kansas where Roger graduated from high school in 1969. Roger was extremely active in sports, particularly basketball and track. Roger held the PHS and State Records for the mile run at 4 minutes and 23.5 seconds. 

The PHS record still stands today. He married Linda Spencer on February 6, 1971, at Ft. Scott. Roger worked as an assistant manager for Hammond Seed & Grain for twenty years. He later retired from Bourbon County where he worked as a field appraiser. He was active with the Army Reserve for several years. Roger was an avid sportsman throughout his life. He loved hunting and fishing and shared this passion with his many buddies in the Hammond Community. He loved catching catfish . . . the bigger the better, and if asked where he caught them his reply was always “In the mouth” or “In the water.” Roger shared many a fishing story with whoever wanted to listen. The fish continued to grow bigger each time the story was told. Roger’s other passions were his garden and his grandchildren. Roger spent many hours country cruising with his grandkids “thinking” they were driving and singing songs at the top of their lungs.

Survivors include his former wife and friend, Linda, of Ft. Scott; his son, Thomas Lee of Joplin, Missouri and his daughter, Nicole Lee, of Pittsburg, Kansas. He is also survived by the “lights of his life,” – the grandkids; three grandsons, Spencer Lee, Alex Lee VanLeeuwen and Kane Shepard and his “baby girls”, Ivy Kaie Lee and KynLee Rose Lee. Also surviving is his brother, Kevin Lee of Bolivar, Missouri and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Frank Lee, Jr. and two sisters, Debbie Applegate and Diana Deere.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 A.M. Thursday, June 20th at the Cheney Witt Chapel. Burial will follow in the Maple Grove Cemetery. After services at the cemetery, a reception will be held at the Hammond Community Building. 

Memorials are suggested to the Roger Lee Memorial Fund and may be left in care of the Cheney Witt Chapel, 201 S. Main, P.O. Box 374, Ft. Scott, KS 66701. Words of remembrance may be submitted to the online guestbook at cheneywitt.com.

Harrisonville Police Department Case Update

On 04/13/2019, we posted that we were looking for the persons who burglarized Yesterday's Guitars. Thanks in part to tips from our friends here on Facebook, the suspects have been identified and charges have been filed.

Devon E. Richardson and Rachel M. Mossman, both of Peculiar, MO have each been charged with Burglary and Stealing. (All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty)

A total of nine of the stolen guitars have been recovered, but several are still missing. For our musically inclined friends, keep an eye out for these guitars that are quite unique, and are still out there somewhere:

1956 National Resophonic
1968 Vox Beatle Bass
Airline Barney Kessel
Microfrets Golden Comet
1967 Fender Super Sunburst Stratocaster





Obituary - Melanie Jane Goddard

Melanie J. Goddard, was born November 7, 1959 in Kansas City, MO. She passed away June 16, 2019 at Kansas City Hospice House, Kansas City, MO after a 3-year battle from cancer.

Melanie’s laugh was infectious, you had no doubt what was on her mind, and she was Mama bear when one of her family was wronged or in danger. Her snarky quips were vintage Melanie, which made her all more endearing. Her baking, cooking, and canning can make your mouth water just thinking about it. One thing she loved was driving the school bus for Cass Midway. She knew every kid in the surrounding area, she loved driving the field trips, and watching all the sporting events she could especially if they involved her grandchildren. Nothing mattered more to Melanie than her grandchildren.

Daughter, Sibling, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Cousin, Aunt, Friend, Neighbor, Homemaker, Craft Extraordinaire, Best Bus Driver are just a few titles that begin to describe her incredible life. We all knew her in different ways, yet we all have one thing in common…She filled a place in each and everyone of our hearts. A lifetime of love and all the ups and downs that go with it, these touch us as we say goodbye for now. For us, it was way too soon…and yet “this world is not conclusion; a sequel stands beyond, invisible as music, but positive as sound.” May the snap shots of her life, these portraits stored in our hearts, bring warm memories and healing in time.

Melanie was preceded in death by her father, Stanley “Bub” Walter Jurgeson Jr.

She is survived by her husband of the home, Robert L. Goddard, Freeman, MO; her mother LaDonna Jurgeson; her siblings; Melinda Christianson (Rolland), Marsha Jurgeson, Mitch Jurgeson; her daughters Heather Sanders (William), Jennifer Goddard (Antoine); her 6 grandchildren Damien, Kendall, Hunter, Bristol, Liam, & Aubree. Many more friends, family, or loved ones to mention.

Cremation. A Celebration of Life Service will be 12:00 p.m., Saturday, July 13, 2019 at the First Baptist Church, 420 W. Main Street, Cleveland, Missouri 64734.

Family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., Saturday, July 13, 2019 at the church.


Stolen Vehicle In Nevada




Harrisonville Hometown 4th of July Celebration

The 4th of July is just around the corner. Hope to see you there!!


New look for Vernon County Sheriff's Vehicle

New look for the Vernon County Sheriff’s Department. Thank you for all you do, and thank you for being a continued and valued customer. -  Courtesy of H3 Grafix Rich Hill Missouri 

Obituary - Steven Louis Finley

Steven Louis Finley, age 53, of Nevada, Missouri passed away at his home on Saturday, June 15, 2019. He was born in Nevada, Missouri on May 24, 1966 the son of Byron and Frances Barker Finley. He graduated from Hume High School in the Class of 1984. He most recently worked as a maintenance supervisor for Bates County PWSD #4. 

Steve was very artistic and enjoyed being outdoors. He gardened, grilled, smoked meat, and loved spending time with his girls. He was preceded in death by his mother. He is survived by his father, Byron and wife Edna; three daughters, Taylar Hough and husband Andrew, MaKenna Finley, and Anna Finley; two sisters, Dena Splitter and husband Leland, and Tammy King and husband Doug; a grandson, Colt and one on the way.

Funeral Service will be held at 10 am, Wednesday, June 19 at the Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel. Visitation will be Tuesday, June 18th from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm at the Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel. Burial will be in the Hume Cemetery. 

The family suggests contributions to Heartland Hospice Memorial Fund of Bates County. Online condolences may be left at www.schneiderfunerals.com

2019 Butler Street Project Set To Begin

The 2019 Butler Street Project will begin on June 19th. Please be advise of the streets that will have work being done during this project.


Update: Shooting in Foster

On 6/17/2019, at approximately 1230 pm deputies were dispatched to the Foster Community in reference to a shooting that had just occurred. Deputies arrived on scene and spoke with multiple witnesses that stated the incident occurred during an assault in progress. 

The subject that appears to be the victim of the assault and the one that fired the gun was still on scene. The other subject had left the scene and reportedly was headed to Kansas. It’s unclear if the other subject had actually been hit by the gunfire. That subject has not responded to request from law enforcement to return and give his side of the story.

“We believe this was a neighbor/neighbor dispute and do not feel that the community of Foster is in any danger from this incident”. Says Sheriff Anderson. “All parties involved have been identified and Detectives are currently interviewing witnesses and the home owner at this time.”



Courtesy of the Bates County Sheriff's Office 

Obituary - Charles Delmar Luther

Charles Delmar Luther, 90, Kansas City, Missouri departed this life on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at the Benton House of Blue Springs.

He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and a sister.

Graveside service will be 2:00 p.m., Thursday, June 20, 2019 at the Garden City Cemetery, Garden City, Missouri.

Family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until 1:45 p.m., Thursday, June 20, 2019 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Garden City, Missouri.

Family suggests memorial contributions may be made to Preferred Hospice.

BREAKING: Alleged shooting in Foster

There is currently heavy law enforcement presence in Foster, where a shooting has been reported. No further details are available at this time. 

Mid America Live will update with details as they become available.

This Story Has Been Updated:
https://batescountynewswire.blogspot.com/2019/06/update-shooting-in-foster.html

Everyone is invited to attend!




TC Feed in Rich Hill is hiring a Class A Driver



TC Feed in Rich Hill is hiring a Class A Driver at this time.

Depending on the need/ schedule you can work hourly or by trip.

Pay is to be negotiated. We work Monday through Friday. Home on weekends and evenings. Team spirit and a good attitude are preferred. Please stop by to fill in an application.

Please do not call.
Stop by 53 SE State Route B in Rich Hill 


60th Annual Independence Day Celebration in Drexel




St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release June 10-17, 2019

St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made seven arrests and took a burglary report during the week of June 10-17, 2019.

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



Midwest Mods Special at Nevada Speedway

Coming up this Saturday June 22nd at Nevada Speedway!!
$1,000 to win / $50 to start Feature event for the Midwest Mods!! 25 Lap Feature event! Nevada Speedway Midwest Mod rules apply, please comment here if you have any questions and we'll be happy to help.

There will be a $50 entree fee (this does include your pit pass!)
Mini Stocks, Pure Stocks, B-Mods, A-Mods, and Late Models will also be competing for weekly pay and points!

*Street Stocks will be off this week!!*
Gates will open at 4:30pm, Driver Cutoff at 6:30pm, Hot Laps begin at 7:00pm, with Racing to follow at 7:30pm.
Admission Prices
Adults $12
Kids 6-12 $5
Kids under 6 FREE
Pit Passes
Adults $25
Drivers $35
Midwest Mod Drivers $50
Kids 6-12 $15
Kids 0-5 FREE


Butler Sonic Cruise Night on June 28th



Come join us at Sonic for Cruise Night on June 28th from 6-9 pm.




Attention Butler Citizens

Butler citizens:
UPDATE:
There were reports over the weekend that water in town had an odd smell/taste. I spoke to the Public Works Director this morning and he confirmed that there had been an issue with the activated carbon machine but it has been fixed. 

This, along with the fact that we have had so much rain recently (which prevents the lake from being treated to where chemicals will work property) were contributing factors to the water smell/taste. 

There is no need to boil the water, however. He advised that the water should be back to normal soon and they are monitoring it. If it does not correct itself, they will have to flush the system. We will keep you informed if this is needed!


Courtesy of Ward 2 Butler City Councilwoman Heather Diehl 

City of Adrian 4th of July Celebration




From the Nevada Police Department




Electric City Downtown Farmer's Market




Electric City Downtown Presents: Cocktails & Conversations




El Charro in Butler special for today 6/17/19




Adrian School District Community Input Meeting #2

June 17th
6:30 - 8:30
Please join us this evening for the 2nd Community Input Meeting regarding future plans for the Adrian R3 School District. 

The architects will be on hand to discuss planning priorities. See you tonight!

Obituary - Bobby Siewert

Bobby Siewert, 45, Clinton, Missouri passed away Sunday, June 16, 2019 at his home in Clinton. 

Fond memories and condolences may be left online at www.vansant-millsfuneralhome.com.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton, Missouri and are pending at this time.

Bates County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report June 10, 2019 -June 16, 2019

June 10, 2019
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - RICH HILL
C & I DRIVER - RICH HILL
AMBULANCE REQUEST - BUTLER
AMBULANCE REQUEST - ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC HAZARD - PASSAIC
THEFT/STEALING - DREXEL
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - PASSAIC
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMORET
AIRCRAFT/TRAIN INCIDENT - BUTLER
STRANDED MOTORIST - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
ANIMAL CALL - BALLARD
MVA - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ROCKVILLE
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ADRIAN ‘
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - AMSTERDAM
MVA - APPLETON CITY
ANIMAL CALL - PASSAIC
ANIMAL CALL - ROCKVILLE
POWER OUTAGE - ADRIAN
ANIMAL CALL - PASSAIC
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN

June 11, 2019
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
MVA - ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST - AMSTERDAM
C & I DRIVER - BUTLER
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN
SPECIAL DETAIL - BUTLER
MVA - BALLARD
ANIMAL CALL - AMORET
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN
EXTRA PATROL - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP- RICH HILL
AMBULANCE REQUEST - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
ANIMAL CALL - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
DISTURBANCE - DREXEL
REPOSSESSION - RICH HILL
THEFT/STEALING - DREXEL
MVA - PASSAIC
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN

June 12, 2019
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN
OPEN DOOR/WINDOW - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
REFUSE TO LEAVE - BALLARD
HOME VISIT - RICH HILL
HOME VISIT - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ADRIAN
BROADCAST MESSAGE - BATES COUNTY/HENRY COUNTY
ANIMAL CALL - RICH HILL
STRANDED MOTORIST - BALLARD
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
CHECK WELL BEING - BUTLER
AMBULANCE REQUEST - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - SPRUCE
C & I DRIVER - RICH HILL
WARRANT SERVICE - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - MONTROSE
AMBULANCE REQUEST - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ARCHIE
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
HOME VISIT - BUTLER
EXTRA PATROL - ARCHIE
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - SPRUCE
DISTURBANCE - RICH HILL
CIVIL STANDBY - BUTLER

June 13, 2019
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BALLARD
HOME VISIT - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - DREXEL
HOME VISIT - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - ADRIAN
MVA - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - BUTLER
FOLLOW UP - ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP - ADRIAN
C & I DRIVER - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
DOMESTIC - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
DOMESTIC - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN

June 14, 2019
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - BUTLER
ASSAULT - AMORET
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - BUTLER
C & I DRIVER - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
FOLLOW UP - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
HOME VISIT - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BATES CO
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
MVA - PASSAIC
C & I DRIVER - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - HUME
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
DOMESTIC - AMORET
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - VIRGINIA
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
FAILURE TO YIELD - PASSAIC
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - DREXEL
TRAFFIC STOP - DREXEL
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - MERWIN
AGENCY ASSIST - APPLETON CITY

June 15, 2019
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
ABANDONED VEHICLE - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - DREXEL
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
C & I DRIVER - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
AGENCY ASSIST - BUTLER
PROPERTY DAMAGE - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - PASSAIC
PAPER SERVICE - ROCKVILLE
ABANDONED VEHICLE - ROCKVILLE
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - BUTLER
BURGLARY - AMSTERDAM
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - AMSTERDAM
PAPER SERVICE - AMSTERDAM
FOLLOW UP - ADRIAN
DRUG INVESTIGATION - ADRIAN
C & I DRIVER - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
CIVIL MATTER - BUTLER
CHECK WELLBEING - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - LINN CO
BURGLARY - ADRIAN
TRESPASSING - HUME
SPEAK TO OFFICER - FOSTER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ADRIAN
AGENCY ASSIST - APPLETON CITY
MVA - AMORET
STOLEN VEHICLE - DREXEL
FOLLOW UP - ADRIAN

June 16, 2019
TRAFFIC STOP - ADRIAN
ALARM CALL - BUTLER
FOLLOW UP - AMSTERDAM
FOLLOW UP - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMSTERDAM
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - AMSTERDAM
FOLLOW UP - AMSTERDAM
TRAFFIC STOP - MERWIN
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ROCKVILLE
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BCSO
CIVIL MATTER/STANDBY - ROCKVILLE
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - AMSTERDAM



Butler Police Department Activity Report 6/10-6/16-2019

06/10/2019  
Walk in Theft report
Animal complaint 300 block of W Nursery
Traffic assist Mullinax
Accident Wal-Mart
Walk in theft report
Alarm 500 block of N Orange

06/11/2019  
Open door 200 block of N Main
Warrant service Main and Chestnut
Noise complaint Wix Lane
Property damage 104 S Olive

06/12/2019  
911 hang up 300 block of N Delaware
Assault report 200 block of S Mechanic
Stolen trailer report 100 block of Sunset
Well being check
 Noise complaint 200 block of S Fulton

06/13/2019  
noise complaint Fran apts
Theft report Family center
Alarm 600 block of Gregory
Theft report 200 Atkinson
Warrant service 100 block of S Main
Alarm 800 block of W Ft Scott

06/14/2019  
Disturbance 300 block of S High
Well being check 400 block of N Main
Well being check 218 S Mechanic
Well being check 600 block of E Ft Scott
Disturbance Atkinson and Main

06/15/2019  
Medical assist Plaza apts
Disturbance 119 S Broadway
Walk in theft report
Disturbance 800 block of W Ohio
Prowler Pine and Prospect

06/16/2019  
Noise complaint S high
C and I driving Wix Lane.
Animal complaint 600 block of Lee
Disturbance 500 block of N Lyons


Notice from Benjamin Cemetery

Benjamin Cemetery would like to remind everyone that decorations from Memorial Day must be removed by June 30. One ground decoration per grave is permitted after that date to facilitate mowing and trimming. Stones with mulch around the decorated area are exempt and can have more than one per grave as long as the decorations are in the mulched area.

Lots happening at Poplar Heights Farm

We're really making progress on our new trail along Willow Branch and the new bathroom complex at Poplar Heights. Thanks to a great group of boys from Rich Hill who cleared 3/4 of a mile of brush and planted trees along the trail. And Adrian Plumbing is moving right along thru very wet ground to install the new sewer line and septic tank for the new bathroom complex to be located behind the red barn. We're hoping for a ribbon cutting in October for this duel project. -courtesy Poplar Heights Farm


When recoginition is due...

Bates County Memorial Hospital is recognizing our Purchasing Department this week, June 16-22, led by Paula Reed. Paula oversees the Purchasing, Laundry and Housekeeping Departments. Purchasing employees are Chantelle Mumma (left) and Betty Reinke. We appreciate the hard work and dedication these employees bring to BCMH, ensuring all departments have the supplies they need for the smooth operation of our hospital and the health and safety of our patients. You are great team members and we appreciate you!



Rodeo roundup

Queen Sage Johnson and Princess Kinley Hellwig
WILD HORSE RACE winners Cole Gabriel, Cody Gabriel, and Colton Hobbs pictures with 2018 BSC Queen Katelyn Anderson and President Kenny Gabriel.
Mutton Busting Champion Hunter Bridges with 2018 Queen Katelyn Anderson. President Kenny Gabriel (left), Clown Emma Jane McBrayer.