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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Dense Fog Advisory is now in effect thru 9am Sunday




Looking for something to do tonight in Butler?

If you don’t have anything to do tonight go to First Baptist Church’s Judgment House in Butler.


Starts at 7:00 and you can go anytime before 9:00. It’s a free walk through play. 300 N Delaware St, Butler.

Autumn Acres Family Farm In Butler Presents: Field of Screams Haunted Corn Maze




Obituary - Phyllis Green


MEMORIAL SERVICE: Monday, October 21, 2019, 5:30 p.m., Hill and Son Funeral Home, Appleton City, Missouri

VISITATION: Monday, October 21, 2019, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., Hill and Son Funeral Home, Appleton City, Missouri

MINISTERS: Pastor Tony Reynolds and Kasey Beaton

MEMORIAL: Ellett Memorial Foundation

Phyllis Green, 72, passed away on October 15, 2019 in Appleton City, Missouri. She was the daughter of Robert Leonard and Doris Phyllis (Chiarolanza) Green, born on February 17, 1947. She grew up across the United States as a daughter in a Marine family. Later she graduated from Woodbridge High School in Virginia in 1966. Following the completion of her education, she was married and from this union one daughter was born: Heather.

Phyllis earned a cosmetology license, owned her own hair salon, and worked as a hair stylist for more than 30 years in Rogers, Arkansas. Then she moved to Appleton City to be near her family in 2013. There she spent many happy hours serving children and at the Little Apples Learning Center. Apart from this, she dearly loved to spend time with family, friends, and especially her grandchildren. One of her favorite hobbies was going to the casinos in the local area, where, according to her, “she never lost a dime.” Phyllis also enjoyed cooking and teaching her granddaughters to make delicious and savory treats. She always put everyone before herself and delighted in caring for others. She will be deeply missed by her many friends and family.

Phyllis was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Doris Green; and one sister, Doris Walkup.

She is survived by her daughter, Heather and husband Tommy Payton; three grandchildren: Shae, Aria, and Jameson; one brother-in-law, Terry Walkup of Gilbert, South Carolina; two nieces, Denise (Glen) Bunch and Dana (Thomas) Brown; and many dear friends.


Obituary - Gayle Ann Strader


Gayle Ann Strader
January 15, 1948 - October 16, 2019
71 Years, 9 Months, 1 Day

SERVICE
Hill and Son Funeral Home
Appleton City, Missouri
Monday, October 21, 2019
1:30 p.m.

MINISTER
Pastor David Hill

VISITATION
Hill and Son Funeral Home
Appleton City, Missouri
Monday, October 21, 2019
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

INTERMENT
Appleton City Cemetery
Appleton City, Missouri

MEMORIAL
Family Love Fund

Gayle Ann Strader, 71, passed away on October 16, 2019 surrounded by her family at the Appleton City Manor in Appleton City, Missouri. She was the daughter of Ralph and Norma (Cecil) Stine, born on January 15, 1948. She spent her formative years in the Kansas City, Missouri, graduating from Center High School in Kansas City in 1967. After the completion of her education, she met and married the love of her life, Ronald Strader on September 20, 1968, and from this union two daughters were born: Kris and Sheri.

Gayle began a career in the food service industry early in life at Research Hospital in Kansas City, where she served as a food service supervisor for more than 35 years. Apart from this, she was a devoted Christian and longtime member of Beacon Baptist Church and Loma Vista Baptist Church. Her family was the most important part of her life, especially the times spent with her grandchildren. One of her most cherished pastimes was watching and sleeping through television shows. Gayle especially enjoyed her soap operas, which her family regularly got to hear about. She always had a smile on her face that lit up the room and was a down-to-earth person, who was easy going and easy to talk to. She will be deeply missed by her many friends and family.

She was preceded in death by Her father Ralph D. Stine and mother Norma L Stine (Cecil); brothers: Leonard Langford and Dick Langford.

Gayle is survived by Husband Ronald Strader of Appleton City, Missouri; daughters: Kris and Kent Casey of Kansas City, Missouri, Sheri & Jeff Fawcett’e of Appleton City, Missouri; grandchildren: Anastashia Fawcett’e, Zachary Fawcett’e, Hope Fawcett’e, Logan Fawcett’e, Grace Fawcett’e and Noel Fawcett’e; great-grandchildren: Atlas Fawcett’e and Aiyden Fawcett’e.; one sister, Wanda Brottlund of Fargo, North Dakota, several nieces and nephews, and many dear friends.


Butler man arrested in Bates County

On 10/19/19 around 4:15am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County arrested 29 year old Jeffrey R. Sines of Butler, Missouri.

Mr. Sines was arrested for 1.) Driving While Intoxicated - Prior Offender. He was booked into the Bates County Jail and later released. 


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Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Obituary - Martha Louise (Millam) Johnson

Martha Louise (Millam) Johnson, 91, formerly of Osceola, Missouri and Kansas City, MO, passed away Thursday afternoon, October 17, 2019 at the Laurie Care Center in Laurie, MO.

She was born October 29, 1927 in Lowry City, MO, the daughter of Rolla Millam and Beulah Faye (Akers) Millam. She married Richard Charles Johnson on July 12, 1948. He preceded her in death on December 16, 2009.

Martha was a proud homemaker for her husband and two daughters. The main focus of Martha’s life was her family. She also worked part time in the school cafeteria and volunteered for neighborhood projects and her daughters activities. She was a member of the Baptist faith. She enjoyed nature, taking walks in the woods and listening to the birds and various sounds of nature. Martha was an avid gardener; she loved flowers and always had fruitful gardens. She was a talented embroiderer, as family and friends still use and enjoy her handiwork.

Surviving are her daughter, Cindi Elli and husband John, Sunrise Beach, MO; one grandson, Ryan Bieberly, Kansas City, MO; one great-grandson, Quinn Bieberly, Kansas City, MO; two sisters, Mary Stober, Sedalia, MO and Delores Pogue and her husband Edwin, Clinton, MO; three sisters-in-law, Kathryn Millam, Raytown, MO, Donna Millam, Clinton, MO and Millie Johnson, Marshfield, MO; a host of loving nieces and nephews; and long-time friend and caregiver, Karen Preis, Republic, MO.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Linda Leslie on March 19, 2013; three sisters, Alice McGrann, Neva Goodman and Opal Bennett; and two brothers, Raymond Millam and George Millam.

Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at the Bradley & Hadley Funeral Home, Clinton. The family will receive friends from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., just prior to the funeral service. Interment will be at 2:30 p.m. at the Lowry City Cemetery, Lowry City, MO. The family suggests memorial contributions to Lake Regional Hospice, and these donations may be left in care of the funeral home.


Obituary - Mary Louise Madl

Mary Louise Madl, 86, of Mound City, Kansas died on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at Life Care Center, Osawatomie, KS. Mary was born February 26, 1933 to Cecil and Margaret (Bruce) Boots. She graduated from Mound City High School with the Class of 1951. On July 24, 1954, Mary married William E. Bill Madl at Argentine, Kansas. Mary was an accountant for Interstate Savings and Loan. She had also worked at Merriam Heating and Air Conditioning. 

For many years, Mary was an avid bowler maintaining an average of over 200. She was also a member of American Legion Women's Auxiliary. Mary was preceded in death by her husband Bill on December 8, 1999, one brother who died as a child, and her sister, Joan Morris. Survivors include three sons, Mark and wife Holly A., Daniel and wife Monica, and Roger; five grandchildren, Kim, Katie, Kelly, Rose, and Bryan; and 7 great-grandchildren, Dacey, Rheanna, Rory, Aiden, Molly, Hailey, and Cameron.

A memorial service will be at 11:00 am on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Mound City Chapel. A visitation will be from 10:00 am until service time. Burial will follow at a later date in the Soldiers Lot in Mound City. The family suggests contributions to Animal Haven in care of the funeral home, P.O. Box J, Mound City, KS 66056.


Teen injured in Bates County rollover accident

On 10/19/19 around 6:00am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County along with Bates County Sheriff's Deputies and Bates County EMS responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on Route BB around 10 miles north of Ballard.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2000 Chevrolet truck driven by 18 year old Jaeden L. Schliem of Adrian, Missouri traveled off the roadway and struck a culvert and overturned ejecting the driver from the vehicle.

Mr. Schliem sustained serious injury in this accident and he was transported to Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene of the accident by Adrian Tire.


Copyright Mid America Live News 


Week 8 Missouri State High School Football Scores

Adrian 41, Jasper 0
Affton 31, Jennings 20
Albany 44, King City 40
Appleton City 46, Liberal 20
Ava 39, Cabool 6
Battle 54, Jefferson City 35
Bishop DuBourg 54, Bayless 34
Bishop LeBlond 58, Braymer 6
Blair Oaks 57, Osage 7
Blue Springs 24, Lee’s Summit West 20
Blue Springs South 41, Park Hill South 30
Bolivar 52, Fort Scott KS 0
Bowling Green 35, Clopton 67
Camdenton 49, Rolla 14
Cameron 39, Benton (St. Joe) 28
Carl Junction 36, Branson 7
Carthage 54, Republic 34
Cass Midway 37, Archie 7
Cassville 42, Reeds Spring 7
Center 35, St. Michael 6
Central (Park Hills) 34, Dexter 0
Centralia 62, West Hancock 20
Chaminade 62, Poplar Bluff 14
Chillicothe 35, Wyandotte KS 7
Clark County 42, Monroe City 0
Cole Camp 35, Butler 22
Crest Ridge 56, Concordia 28
Cuba 45, Windsor (Imperial) 20

Drexel 54, Chilhowee 14
DeSmet 63, Central (Cape Girardeau) 0
Duchesne 37, Winfield 13
East (KC) 55, Southeast (KC) 14
East Prairie 36, Charleston 0
Eureka 28, Marquette 13
Fair Grove 34, Buffalo 14
Fayette 54, Salisbury 16
Fort Osage 35, William Chrisman 0
Fort Zumwalt North 42, Timberland 0
Fort Zumwalt West 49, Howell Central 20
Fox 41, Seckman 26
Francis Howell 55, Holt 14
Fredericktown 54, Doniphan 11
Grain Valley 35, Ruskin 0
Hallsville 27, Boonville 14
Hannibal 63, Marshall 15
Harrisonville 20, Oak Grove 17
Hayti 26, Caruthersville 16
Helias 27, Rock Bridge 20
Hermann 34, Pacific 14
Hickman 48, Truman 10
Holden 42, Carrollton 21
Hollister 30, Rogersville 20
Houston 28, Mountain Grove 14
Jackson 56, Hillsboro 0
Jefferson (Festus) 62, Chaffee 22
Joplin 45, Nixa 14
Kearney 35, Raytown South 0
Kennett 51, Malden 0
Kickapoo 42, Hillcrest 7
Ladue 43, Pattonville 7
Lafayette (St. Joe) 46, St. Pius X (KC) 13
Lafayette (Wildwood) 17, Lindbergh 0
Lafayette County 14, Lexington 6
Lamar 42, Nevada 0
Lathrop 55, Plattsburg 0
Lawson 36, Penney 7
Lebanon 60, Parkview 20
Liberty 49, Central (St. Joseph) 7
Liberty (Mtn View) 55, Salem 12
Liberty (Wentzville) 21, Ft. Zumwalt East 6

Liberty North 38, Lee’s Summit 7
Lighthouse Christian 40, Sherwood 6
Lincoln 49, Wellington Napoleon 0 
Lockwood 51, Greenfield 12
Lutheran North 38, Farmington 10
Marceline 36, Westran 0
Marionville 49, Ash Grove 0
Marshfield 40, Aurora 22
Maryville 28, Savannah 14
Mater Dei ILL 40, Lutheran South 0
Mexico 42, Fulton 6
Mid Buchanan 49, West Platte 0
Moberly 14, Kirksville 12
Monett 47, McDonald County 0
Montgomery County 42, Van Far 26
Mound City 50, DeKalb 12
Mount Vernon 20, Springfield Catholic 14
Norborne 62, Northwest (Hughesville) 0
North Callaway 46, Mark Twain 8
North Kansas City 50, Oak Park 20
North Platte 39, East Buchanan 2
Northwest (Cedar Hill) 21, Oakville 13
Odessa 57, Pleasant Hill 7
Orrick 72, Osceola 18
Palmyra 2, Macon 8
Paris 47, Schuyler County 0
Parkway Central 41, Parkway West 28
Parkway North 55, Clayton 2
Pierce City 13, Miller 7
Platte County 20, Winnetonka 14
Putnam County 28, Maysville 7
Raymore Peculiar 35, Lee’s Summit North 23
Raytown 49, Belton 13
Richmond 50, Knob Noster 7
Rich Hill 62, KC East 42
Rockhurst 31, CBC 14
Roosevelt 32, Miller Career 16
St. Charles West 40, St. Charles 12
St. Clair 28, Lutheran St. Charles 0
St. Dominic 24, MICDS 21
St. Francis Borgia 34, Festus 28
St. Louis U High 17, Trinity 8
St. Mary’s 24, Vainney 14
St. Pius X (Festus) 49, Crystal City 0
Ste. Genevieve 42, DeSoto 7
Sarcoxie 61, Diamond 6
Scotland County 44, Harrisburg 34
Seneca 41, East Newton 26
Skyline 41, El Dorado Springs 24
Smith Cotton 45, Clinton 22
Smithville 17, Grandview (KC) 0
South Shelby 28, Brookfield 20
Southern Boone County 21, California 14
Staley 13, Park Hill 10
Strafford 38, Forsyth 8
Stockton 80, Pleasant Hope 6
Sullivan 52, Owensville 0
Summit 63, Ritenour 20
Summit Christian 55, Pembroke Hill 0
Sweet Springs 62, Lone Jack 0
Thayer 34, Willow Springs 20
Tipton 20, Santa Fe 8
Trenton 48, Polo 12
Troy 56, Francis Howell North 21
Union 70, St. James 0
Valle Catholic 61, Herculaneum 14
Versailles 49, Eldon 26
Warrensburg 33, Excelsior Springs 27
Warsaw 44, Tolton 20
Washington 59, Ft. Zumwalt South 13
Waynesville 28, Glendale 24
Webb City 65, Ozark 0
West Plains 69, Central 0
Willard 28, Neosho 7

Windsor 28, Slater 13
Wright City 34, South Callaway 29