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Friday, October 25, 2019

State Farm of Butler Student Athlete of the Week


Kellie Davidson State Farm is proud to announce this week's Student Athlete of the week Mayson Adams. Mayson is a junior on the Cass Midway varsity football team. Mayson in his last game had 26 Rushing Attempts with 237 yards and 3 TD's. His coach Larry Burchett stated that he was a solid student, works hard and will play wherever the team needs him to play. He has stepped up and matured a lot and is a big asset to his team. When Mayson was asked what it takes to become an elite athlete he stated "it takes hard work and doing whatever it takes to succeed. He said it takes a team player who wants the whole team to excel." It was a pleasure meeting with Mayson, Coach Burchett, Midway's athletic director Jim Riggs and Angela Gibson the principal. Good Luck Mayson and the Midway Vikings.






Way to go Nan



Join Butler Walmart in congratulating Nan on her retirement today. Nan has been with us for almost 34 years, providing excellent customer service. 

We will always appreciate everything Nan has done for our store and our customers. We will miss you!!

Missouri State High School Football Week 9 Scores


Adrian 26, El Dorado Springs 21
Althoff ILL 13, Cardinal Ritter 0
Appleton City 22, Norborne 12
Ava 54, Willow Springs 32
Battle 34, Hannibal 28
Blair Oaks 41, California 0
Bolivar 59, Central (Cape Girardeau) 35
Bowling Green 45, Van Far 7
Buffalo 42, Forsyth 20
Camdenton 35, Kickapoo 0
Cameron 55, St. Joseph Christian 0
Carthage 42, Ozark 27
Caruthersville 52, Central (New Madrid Co) 30
Cass Midway 28, Butler 8
Center 55, Smith Cotton 6
Centralia 21, Macon 7
Charleston 35, Herculaneum 14
Chillicothe 42, Benton 7
Christian (O’Fallon) 42, Tolton 3
CBC 48, Belleville West 14
Clark County 39, Brookfield 6
Crest Ridge 54, Lone Jack 30
DeKalb 66, Stewartsville 20
DeSmet 49, Helias 3
Drexel 67, KC East Christian 0
Duchesne 36, Orchard Farm 6
East (KC) 46, University Academy 14
Edwardsville ILL 51, Vianney 20
Excelsior Springs 38, Pleasant Hill 20
Farmington 49, Central (Park Hills) 14
Fayette 38, Knox County 8
Fort Osage 42, Ruskin 0
Fort Zumwalt North 49, Howell Central 0
Fort Zumwalt West 35, Timberland 14
Fox 42, Northwest (Cedar Hill) 14
Francis Howell 14, Rock Bridge 7
Fredericktown 36, East Prairie 35
Gallatin 10, Putnam County 0
Grain Valley 37, Raytown South 0
Grandview (Hillsboro) 47, Crystal City 0
Grandview (KC) 29, Platte County 23
Hallsville 50, Versailles 24
Hayti 62, Portageville 8
Hickman 40, Oak Park 18
Highland 14, South Shelby 12
Houston 18, Liberty (Mtn. View) 14
Kelly 55, Chaffee 0
Kirkwood 36, Ladue 35
Kirksville 26, Marshall 21
Knob Noster 33, Holton 14
Jackson 52, Parkway Central 6
John Burroughs 21, North County 6
Joplin 48, Carl Junction 17
Lafayette County 49, Carrollton 6
Lamar 14, Cassville 10
Lathrop 56, East Buchanan 12
Lebanon 44, Hillcrest 7
Lee’s Summit 56, Truman 6
Lee’s Summit North 28, Blue Springs South 21
Liberal 58, Bishop LeBlond 25
Liberty (Wentzville) 42, Holt 32
Lift for Life 40, Winfield 0
Lincoln 42, Cole Camp 13
Lincoln College Prep 35, Summit Christian 21
Lindbergh 35, Parkway South 6
Lockwood 40, Diamond 6
Lutheran North 43, Chaminade 14
Lutheran St. Charles 53, Jennings 0
Malden 20, Dexter 0
Marceline 35, Harrisburg 8
Marquette 34, Lafayette (Wildwood) 13
Marshfield 47, Logan Rogersville 7
Maryville 47, Lafayette (St. Joe) 6
Mehlville 51, Oakville 0
Mid Buchanan 28, Lawson 6
Milan 26, Polo 0
Miller 21, Marionville 20
Moberly 35, Mexico 23
Monett 49, Nevada 0
Monroe City 40, Palmyra 22
Montgomery County 42, Clopton 24
Mound City 52, Rock Port 0
Mount Vernon 34, Hollister 13
North Andrew 66, Braymer 0
North Callaway 26, South Callaway 23
North Platte 27, Penney 20
Oak Grove 20, Warrensburg 14
Odessa 49, Harrisonville 21
Orrick 38, North Shelby 30
Osage 44, Eldon 24
Pacific 35, St. James 0
Park Hill 12, Blue Springs 0
Parkway West 35, Ft. Zumwalt South 7
Pattonsburg 90, Albany 64
Pattonville 63, Ritenour 8
Perryville 41, Confluence Prep 0
Pierce City 13, Pleasant Hope 0. FFT
Plattsburg 26, West Platte 8
Poplar Bluff 39, Hillsboro 26
Potosi 20, DeSoto 14
Princeton 25, South Harrison 14
Principia 25, Cuba 20
Raymore Peculiar 28, Lee’s Summit West 21
Raytown 48, North Kansas City 7
Reeds Spring 49, Aurora 15
Rich Hill 76, Northwest (Hughesville) 28
Richmond 38, Lexington 28
Rockhurst 37, Jefferson City 19
Rolla 58, Central (Springfield) 6
St. Clair 52, Owensville 6
St. Francis Borgia 24, Sullivan 21. OT
St. Louis U High 51, Vashon 6
St. Mary’s 69, Lutheran South 16
St. Michael’s 31, Clinton 12
Ste Genevieve 55, Brentwood 14
Salem 27, Cabool 21
Salisbury 28, Schuyler County 0
Santa Fe 44, St. Paul Lutheran 18
Sarcoxie 14, Ash Grove 12
Savannah 60, St. Pius X (KC) 0
Seneca 34, McDonald County 27
Scott City 49, Doniphan 6
Scotland County 60, Louisiana 6
Sherwood 42, Jasper 0
Springfield 28, East Newton 21
Southern Boone County 32, Boonville 21
Southeast (KC) 49, Northeast (KC) 7
Staley 23, Liberty 0
Stockton 41, Greenfield 6
Summit 22, Webster Groves 19
Sweet Springs 48, Wellington Napoleon 6
Tarkio 48, South Nodaway 0
Thayer 27, Mountain Grove 8
Tipton 49, Concordia 20
Trenton 42, Maysville 29
Troy 31, Festus 7
Union 54, Hermann 32
University City 25, St. Charles 14
Valle Catholic 24, St. Pius X (Festus) 6
Warrenton 31, Ft. Zumwalt East 22
Washington 22, Francis Howell North 21
Webb City 34, Nixa 0
West Plains 48, Glendale 14
William Chrisman 30, Belton 14
Willard 49, Branson 0
Windsor 46, Archie 30
Windsor (Imperial) 48, Bayless 0
Winnetonka 46, Central (St. Joe) 22
Wright City 40, Mark Twain 0


Henry County K-9 Lutz passes away

It is with deep sadness and heartfelt regret that we announce the passing of K-9 Lutz on Wednesday evening, at 8:13 p.m., October 23rd, 2019, at Blue Pearl Animal Hospital in Overland Park, Kansas, the result of Stage 4 Lymphoma within internal organs. 

Lutz was a 10 ½ year-old male Belgian Malinois born in Costa Rica, that was trained by Lafollette K-9 Training Center in Strafford, Missouri, in drug detection and had been in service with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office since March, 2011. His handler was Major Rob Hills. 

Lutz was just weeks away from his “official” retirement from the Sheriff’s Office, as which time he was going to reside with Major Hills and enjoy “the retired life.” Lutz was always full of energy and enthusiasm up until his final days, when the progressive disease began to cause many health issues and he had to undergo hospitalization. 

Lutz will not only by missed by Major Hills, but also by his fellow deputies and the community for which he graciously served for 8 ½ years.