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Page County Sheriff’s report, 10/6/22

(Clarinda, Iowa) – The Page County Sheriff’s Office has released a cumulative report on arrests and incidents, covering the Sept. 24th through the 26th. Sheriff Lyle Palmer says the following individuals were arrested:. Brian Kent Hullman was arrested Sept. 24th and charged with OWI/1st offense. He was taken...

Highway 2/I-29 levee district set

(Sidney) -- Provisions for extra flooding protection for a Fremont County business district are now in place. At its regular meeting Wednesday morning, the county's board of supervisors approved the establishment of the Highway 2/Interstate 29 Crossroads Levee District. Supervisors Vice Chair Chris Clark tells KMA News local residents petitioned for the levee district's creation in order to protect businesses along that corridor from flooding similar to that experienced in 2011 and 2019.
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Police in Kan. arrest Iowa man on Nodaway Co. warrant

ATCHISON COUNTY—Law enforcement authorities are investigating an Iowa man on allegations after an arrest in Kansas. On Wednesday, police arrested 34-year-old Samuel G. Pitts, 34, Iowa City, Iowa, on a Nodaway County, Missouri warrant for failure to appear on a charge of non-support, according to Police Chief Mike Wilson.

Fremont County Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff Kevin Aistrope reports the following arrests from Sept. 18 to 26: On Sept. 26, Chase Carlson, 24, of Syracuse was arrested on suspicion of fourth-degree theft. On Sept. 21, at approximately 1 p.m., the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office and Sidney Fire and Rescue were called to the Sidney High School for a report of a fire. A fire was located inside a restroom. The building was evacuated, and all students were accounted for.

Atchison County Circuit Court

The following cases were heard in Atchison County Circuit Court at the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port, Missouri:. The following case was inadvertently left off a previous court case article:. Burke & Sons Lumber Co. Inc. vs. Adam B. Wheeler – Small Claims Hearing on Small Claims Over $100....

Cowgirls top E-M, claim second straight CC crown

The Sidney volleyball team topped East Mills in a five-set thriller to claim the Corner Conference championship for the second consecutive year. Scores from the Sept. 29 conference tourney finals were 25-22, 19-25, 17-25, 25-21 and 15-13. Coach Amy McClintock described the match as a “roller coaster” experience.

10 students competing for Homecoming royalty; voting Oct. 10-19

Ryan Shurvington and Annie Punt react after being crowned Northwest's 2021 Homecoming king and queen during last year's Homecoming Variety Show. (Photo by Todd Weddle/Northwest Missouri State University) The Northwest Missouri State University Homecoming Committee has announced royalty candidates for the University’s 2022 Homecoming celebration. Students may begin voting...

Skidmore holds citizen town hall

The Skidmore City Council held a town hall meeting which included some council work, September 20. Discussion was held on electrical repairs needed at the sewer plant to run the floats and pump that activate the trickle wheel. Sean Slocum, S and S Electrical, estimated the cost to be between $1,800 and $2,100. The council approved hiring the firm for the float and pump repairs at $1,800 and the business was to communicate additional costs if the repairs are not done without going over the $1,800.

Atchison County land transfers

The following real estate transfers were recorded in the Office of Eliza Beasing, Recorder at the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port, Missouri:. Quit Claim Deed: Filed September 23, 2022, by Steven Proctor to Steven Proctor, Trustee of the Steven Proctor Home Trust, for Out Lot 44, Block 26, Meek’s Addition, Rock Port, Missouri.

Bulking up your reading list

Threats of murder, a kidnapping, a President out of control, an Agatha Christie mystery, a bit of historical fiction, a feel good story, and a governor’s memoir—the staff at the Hamburg Public Library would be happy if you added all seven books to your to-be-read list. What wouldn’t...

Rock Port Tourism & Quilters Boutique Quilt Show

The annual quilt show, hosted by Quilters Boutique and the Rock Port Tourism Board, was held Saturday, October 1, 2022, at the Atchison County Memorial Building in Rock Port. A total of 131 quilts were entered and around 200 people attended. Donna Whelan of Watson, Missouri, was presented with the...

FFA members pick up trash along highway

More than 30 of the Tarkio FFA Chapter’s 38 members attended the monthly meeting and highway clean-up Wednesday, September 28, 2022. The members did a great job of cleaning the highway from Torrey Pines in Tarkio to the Highway 136/Highway 59 intersection south of Tarkio. (Tarkio FFA and Ag...

Hamburg churches to host Harvest Hoedown

(Hamburg) -- United Methodist Church and Trinity Church in Hamburg will be staging its inaugural Harvest Hoedown Saturday, Oct. 8. Courtney Dake is the lead pastor at both churches and hopes this event will bring residents of Hamburg together. “We’re a very close-knit community in Hamburg and we hadn’t been...

Wellness Services, My SSP providing additional mental health resources

In addition to the counseling services it offers on the Northwest campus, Wellness Services is now partnering with My Student Support Program (My SSP) to increase access to mental health resources for students. Northwest Missouri State University’s Wellness Services is now partnering with My Student Support Program (My SSP) to...

New bulk plant for Mo Valley Ag

Trucks can now drive through and load, whereas before it was all done outside. Pictured is the front of the bulk plant. The lower door is the load-out bay. Standing in front of one of the 13 ton weight hoppers, Mo Valley Ag manager Tim Lemmon listens to a technician from Doyle Products, before it gets loaded.

Vehicle crashes into semi at I-29 exit

A Fairfax, Missouri, man was injured in a two-vehicle accident at the Hwy. 136/I-29 interchange at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 27, 2022, in Rock Port, Missouri. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that a westbound 1998 Volvo WIA semi driven by Scott Langley, 57, of College Springs, Iowa, was driving on Hwy. 136 when he began slowing in traffic to turn onto southbound I-29. The semi was rear-ended by a 1993 GMC, driven by John Pitts, 47, of Fairfax. Both vehicles came to rest on their wheels in the roadway facing west.

Maryville officers talk domestic disturbance calls

When the police receive a domestic disturbance call, a lot can go wrong. Whenever police show up to a heated domestic situation, whether it be an abusive call or a heated argument, things can go wrong. Domestic disturbance calls happen often in any jurisdiction, and according to Police Chief Ron Christian, Maryville’s jurisdiction is no different.
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Richardson County sheriff accredited

FALLS CITY - The Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice has issued a certificate to the Richardson County Sheriff’s Office for meeting the requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Program. County commissioners say the accreditation will assist the county in applications for federal grants. Last...

Senior Center sees progress on freezer addition

The addition of a walk-in freezer at the Nodaway County Senior Center is taking shape as the ground has been broken west of the south door and being prepared for concrete. The Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate also went over some additional factors in the acquisition of the freezer at the September 21 meeting. An account has been set up with US Bank for the Lions Clubs International Hunger grant which is paying for the appliance. Maryville Host Lions member Joe Baumli has been named the construction manager as part of the LCI’s grant requirements. Baumli is also the vice president of the Senior Citizens board.