Serious Crash Involving a Horse on NB US 69, South of Robyn LaneExcelsior CitizenNewsBreak Contributor
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Traffic stop ends with Clay County deputies seizing dozens of stolen IDs, drugs
Clay County Sheriff’s deputies recovered dozens of stolen IDs and multiple types of drugs from a stolen vehicle Wednesday morning.
Train hits car abandoned on railroad tracks Tuesday in Clay County
A train hit a car abandoned on a tracks Tuesday afternoon near the village of Birmingham in Clay County.
Kearney leaders continuing discussion on making city inclusive
KEARNEY — Based on responses to an online community survey, some Kearney residents said newcomers don’t feel welcome and those who are of a different race or sexual orientation may not feel supported. City leaders, through the Spirit Committee, are seeking community input on how to make changes,...
Law enforcement investigating after train hits car
CLAY COUNTY — Around 5:30 p.m. June 6, Clay County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to investigate the aftermath of a cargo train striking an unoccupied vehicle just outside of the village of Birmingham. The strike took place at North Arlington Avenue and Northeast Birmingham Road. According to the...
Lawson Man Seriously Injured In Early Morning Accident Involving A Horse
A Lawson man was left with serious injuries after his vehicle hit a horse in the roadway early this (Tuesday) morning in Clay County. According to Troop A of the Highway Patrol, 56-year-old Curtis C. Trawick was northbound on U.S. 69 Highway south of Robyn Lane, just north of Excelsior Springs, when his 2002 Acura struck a horse that was in the roadway.
Man suffers serious injuries after vehicle strikes horse on U.S. 69 Highway near Excelsior Springs
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. — A 56-year-old man suffered serious injuries early Tuesday morning after his vehicle struck a horse that was in a roadway on northbound US 69 Highway. The crash happened at 4:25 a.m. on June 6 on the highway just south of Robyne Lane outside Excelsior Springs,...
Serious Crash Involving a Horse on NB US 69, South of Robyn Lane
Clay County, MO – In the early hours of Tuesday, June 6, 2023, a serious accident occurred on NB US 69 just south of Robyn Lane, involving a vehicle colliding with a horse. The incident was investigated by TPR B S Floray of the Missouri Highway Patrol Department.
Northmoor murder suspect on suicide watch
A Northmoor man is in custody charged with the murder of a man in an apparent road rage incident at a Northmoor strip mall. Phillip Frazier, 50, is being held without bond, on suicide watch, at the Platte County Detention Center, charged with second degree murder and armed criminal action. He is scheduled to appear back in court on Tuesday, June 13 for a preliminary and bond hearing.
Elderly Kearney Man Escapes With Minor Injuries In Sunday Accident
An elderly Kearney man was lucky to escape with only minor injuries after hitting an Interstate guardrail and rolling down and embankment Sunday morning in Clay County. Troop A of the Highway PAtorl says 87-year-old Kearney resident Darrell D. Peters was driving a 2022 Chevy Trailblazer southbound on I-35 at mile-marker 19 when he approached traffic that was congested due to an unrelated stalled vehicle.
Kearney announces hall of fame class of 2023
The Kearney High School Hall Of Fame committee has announced the Class of 2023 inductees for the Athletic Hall of Fame. The list includes two individuals, two teams and two coaches. The inductees will be recognized before the Kearney football game on Friday, Sept. 1. They will be formally inducted...
Animal shelters near Independence prepare after city repeals pit bull ban
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A grassroots community effort has prompted the Independence City Council to overturn its pit bull ban. On Monday night, the council voted 5-2 to lift the ban. That decision came after volunteers gathered roughly 5700 signatures on petitions to lift the ban beginning in April, far...
Liberty Man Arrested On Multiple Charges in Daviess County
A Liberty man was arrested on multiple charges, including five outstanding warrants, Monday morning in Daviess County. According to the arrest report from Troop H of Highway Patrol 44-year-old Liberty resident Daniel A. Stanford was arrested at 6:36 A.M. for a pair of Moniteau County misdemeanor warrants for failing to appear on traffic charges, two Clay County warrants for failing to appear on traffic charges, and a Lathrop Police warrant for failing to appear for traffic violations.
Crash led to deadly confrontation in small Platte County town
A parking lot crash turned deadly last week in Northmoor, Missouri. Now a 50-year-old man is facing charges for murder.
Parking passes now required for Liberty Fest
LIBERTY — This year, to manage event capacity at Liberty Fest July 3, guests must have a parking pass to enter Capitol Federal Sports Complex, 2200 Old Missouri Highway 210. Passes must be purchased in advance and the deadline to purchase is 5 p.m. June 27 or until they are sold out.
BBQ fundraiser benefits Kearney parks scholarships
KEARNEY — A barbecue fundraiser called Pork for Parks will be held in Kearney in conjunction with the Second Saturdays farmers market event at 5 p.m. June 10, in the parking lot at Missouri Highways 33 and 92. “The Tri-R-BBQ team will be selling pulled pork sandwiches along with...
Monday Morning Accident Leaves Two With Serious Injuries
A three-vehicle crash on Route 210 in Clay County early this (Monday) morning has left two people with serious injuries. Troop A of the Highway Patrol says 2015 Chevy Impala being driven by 48-year-old Independence, Missouri resident Michael W. Fisher crossed the center line of the highway and struck a 2000 Ford F250 before striking a 2021 Ram 2500, causing that truck to roll over.
‘That’s when he raped me’: Survivors of clergy abuse screen documentary in Overland Park
OVERLAND PARK — When Joe Eldred was a child, he was sexually abused by three Catholic priests while attending Nativity of Mary Catholic Church and the accompanying elementary school in Independence, Missouri. Eldred told his story in “Procession,” a documentary directed by Robert Greene that tells the story of six men who were abused by […] The post ‘That’s when he raped me’: Survivors of clergy abuse screen documentary in Overland Park appeared first on Kansas Reflector.
2 hurt in 3-vehicle accident
CLAY COUNTY — A man in one vehicle and a teen in another were seriously injured Monday, June 5, in a three-vehicle accident on Missouri Highway 210. According to a highway patrol crash report, the wreck occurred around 5:30 a.m. east of Missouri Highway EE on Highway 210 when an eastbound 2015 Chevy Impala driven by Michael W. Fischer, 48, of Independence, crossed the center line and struck a westbound 2000 Ford F-250 truck driven by Travis R. Anderson, 26, of Henrietta. The Impala then struck a 2021 Dodge Ram 2500 truck driven westbound by Jesse W. Rice, 46, of Richmond. The impact, according to the highway patrol, then caused the Ram to rollover.
Early buy-in from Latinx shoppers pushes paraMi toward surprise storefront; here’s where you’ll find them soon
A physical storefront wasn’t originally part of the plan for paraMi, co-founder Veronica Alvidrez shared, until the women behind the brand listened to the needs of their community. “We knew we wanted to offer our customers a shopping experience,” Alvidrez explained. “When we did pop-up events, we realized our shoppers are tactile shoppers and they The post Early buy-in from Latinx shoppers pushes paraMi toward surprise storefront; here’s where you’ll find them soon appeared first on Startland News.
Liberty Man Facing Drug and Weapons Felonies After Ray County Arrest
A Liberty man is facing drug and weapon felony charges after being arrested over the weekend in Ray County. According to the arrest report from Troop A of the Highway Patrol, 23-year-old Liberty resident Damon L. Hollis was arrested at 8:40 P.M. Saturday in Ray County on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance and felony unlawful use of a weapon. He was also cited for speeding, no seat belt, and having excessive window tint.
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