Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Butler Municipal Court news

BUTLER MUNICIPAL COURT 
Debra A. Hopkins, Judge 
Vicki S. Bond, Court Administrator 
February 20, 2015 

City of Butler v.

Brenda S Ackerman- Defective equipment GP $150 ic
Brenda S Ackerman- Failure to yield causing accident GP SIS; 2 yrs prob; $27.50 cc; pay restitution if any claim made
Jacob R Ackerman- Defective equipment GP $400 ic
Jacob R Ackerman- Driving while license revoked GP SIS; 1 yr prob; $27.50 cc; no driving unless lawfully licensed and insured
Jeffrey A. Anderson- Stealing W
Dawn L Bailey- Fail to wear seat belt W
Dawn L Bailey- Fail to register vehicle W
Dawn L Bailey- No proof of insurance W
Kacee L Baldwin- Defective equipment GP $450 ic
Kacee L Baldwin- DWI GP SIS; 2 yrs prob; $27.50 cc; obey all laws
Christopher T Banks- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Richard A Binger- Driving while license revoked GP $300 + $27.50 cc
Shaun D Birch- Defective equipment GP $300 ic
Jeffrey R T Bise- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kyle S Boulias- Tampering GP $250 + $27.50 cc
Kyle S Boulias- Stealing GP $300 + $27.50 cc
Eric Breiner- Defective equipment W
Michael W Brotherton- Jr Possession of Synthetic Drugs W
Jameson B C Brown- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kristy D Buckner- Speeding GP $150 ic
Koko L Cameron- No drivers license on person W
Daniel T Chastain- 2nd Property damage GP $200 + $27.50 cc; pay restitution to owner of vehicle
Chad N Christopher- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Stephanie N Clutts- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Meredith Coffman- Speeding GP $100 ic
Larry L. Coker- Driving while license suspended W
Larry L. Coker- Disorderly conduct W
Karen M Conley- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Dennis M Coon- Property damage W
Connie E Cooper- Speeding W
Shannon D Cooper- Possession of open container GP $100 + $27.50 cc
Marsha F Craig- Driving while license suspended GP SIS; 2 yrs prob;$27.50 cc; 10 hrs community service; obtain driver's license within 12 months (2-20-16)
Keifer L Crow- Defective equipment GP $350 ic
Ashley N Cumpton- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Eva M Cumpton- Defective equipment GP $200 ic
Brad A Dalton- Open container while operating motor vehicle W
Garry W Dawson- Careless & imprudent driving GP $125 ic
Dennis L Deline- Defective equipment GP $200 ic
Lonnie B Dobbs- Expired drivers license GP $125 + $27.50 cc
Lonnie B Dobbs- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 + $27.50 cc
Alvin W Downing- Speeding in school zone GP $150 ic
Courtney P Eckard- Child restraint violation GP $50 ic
Courtney P Eckard- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Gary M Easterwood- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Sarah A Elles- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Melody L Elliott- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Scott M Foster- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Scott M Foster- No proof of insurance GP $125 ic
Robert C. Gabriel- Speeding W
Linda F Gerhardt- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Linda F Gerhardt- Expired drivers license GP $125 ic
Percy H Gilpin- Speeding GP $150 ic
Jerald D Gragg- No proof of insurance W
Jerald D Gragg- Driving while license revoked W
John M Green- Defective equipment GP $250 + $27.50 cc
Heather R Greer- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 + $27.50 cc
Dustin L Gregg- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Veronica R Gregory- Assault W
Veronica R Gregory- Stealing W
Veronica R Gregory- Trespassing W
Veronica R Gregory- Assault W
Veronica R Gregory- Stealing W
Elaina F Hagen- Defective equipment GP $200 ic
Glennon E Hendrix- Jr Property damage GP $200 + $27.50 cc; finish paying restitution to his boss
Lucas J Hetherington- Speeding GP $100 ic
Ryan S Hill- No motorcycle endorsement GP $125 ic
James R Hills- Fail to register vehicle W
Anna C. Hobbs- Fail to register vehicle W
Anna C. Hobbs- Possession of marijuana W
Donnie R Hobbs- Fail to register vehicle W
Bobby D Hoffman- Possession of marijuana W
Jennifier L Hoffman- Fail to register vehicle W
Donald E Hogan- Stealing W
James H Hopes- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Joseph A Hunter- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Robert E Hutchinson- Defective equipment GP $100 ic
Robert E Hutchinson- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Breia C Jacobs- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only + $10 inmate fees
Norman A. Kenney- Disorderly conduct W
Chad D Kimbrough- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Jonathon D. Landis- Fail to register vehicle W
Ryan D Lesco- Driving while license suspended W
Brenda L Lockhart- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Brenda L Lockhart- No proof of insurance GP SIS; 6 mos probation; $27.50 cc; keep insurance and show proof monthly at renewal time
Darren E Lowry- Fail to register vehicle W
Brandy J Mayfield- Possession of drug paraphernalia W
Quinten S Middaugh- Speeding GP $100 ic
Christopher L Miller- Fail to register vehicle GP $50 ic
Randall R Miller- Speeding GP $100 ic
Randall R Miller- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Tonya M Morris- Possession of open container GP $100 + $27.50 cc
Michael P Neuenschwander- Speeding GP $125 ic
Aaron D Obermiller- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Arthur C Orta- Stealing GP $300 + $27.50 cc
Taylor T Palmer- Driving while license suspended W
Taylor T Palmer- Possession of drug paraphernalia W
Calvin D Page- Domestic assault FNG Found not guilty at trial
Harley K Page- Speeding GP $100 ic
Bruce A Parker- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Jeremy S Parker- Fail to abate nuisance GP $125 ic
Jeremy S Parker- Fail to abate nuisance GP $200 ic
Cheyenne E Patrick- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kari Perkins- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Vanessa A Ragan- Possession of marijuana GP $300 + $27.50 cc
Vanessa A Ragan- Possession of drug paraphernalia GP $200 + $27.50 cc
Jeffery R Ramsey- Speeding GP $125 ic
George O Ratje- Fail to wear seat belt W
George O Ratje- Fail to register vehicle W
George O Ratje- Fail to wear seat belt W
George O Ratje- Fail to register vehicle W
George O Ratje- No proof of insurance W
Daniel L Reightley- Speeding GP $125 ic
Kaylin M Schad- Fail to register vehicle W
Kaylin M Schad- No proof of insurance W
Steven R Sherman- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kelly D Sieleman- Defective equipment GP $200 ic
Sondra K Smading- Fail to abate nuisance GP $55 compliance fee
Travis L. Smith- Operate motorcycle when not qualified W
Sarah M Stacey- Speeding GP $125 + $27.50 cc
Robert C. Stevenson- Fail to abate nuisance W
Jessy W Stewart- Fail to register vehicle W
Jessy W Stewart- No proof of insurance W
Katherine S Sutton- Fail to wear seat belt W
William E Swarnes- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kelly A Taylor/Darr- Stealing W
Viktor Tevs- Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Nicholas A Treat- Fail to register vehicle W
Nicholas A Treat- Fail to wear seat belt W
Jerrald J. Trout Jr- Fail to register vehicle W
Jeremy D Vanwinkle- Fail to register vehicle W
Tacey N Wade- Fail to stop at stop sign W
Dylan J Warren- Disorderly conduct W
Ciara R Walters- Fail to abate nuisance GP $55 compliance fee
Melissa S Wiese- No proof of insurance GP $125 ic
Melissa S Wiese- Fail to wear seat belt GP $10 fine only
Becky L Woltkamp- Defective equipment GP $250 ic
Bryan A Wood- Possession of paraphernalia W
Carolyn J. Wright- Trespassing W
Michael R Younghanz- Speeding W
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Looking to Start a Garden? A Class Just For You at Butler

If you are looking at growing vegetables or fruit, sign up for this class Saturday, March 14, taught
by Pat Miller. The class will be from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bring a sack lunch and drinks will be provided. Miller, University of Missouri Extension Agronomy Specialist, will cover Preparing a Spot and Amending the Soil, Vegetable Growing and Growing Fruits. The class will be held at the Bates County Extension Office at the Courthouse in Butler, MO. The cost is $30. Please register by March 12 by calling 660-679-4167. Class size is limited. Let us know one week prior if you need any special accommodations.

-our thanks to Pat Miller
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Bates County Extension Honors Century Farm Families

The Bates County Extension Council held its annual dinner meeting on Monday, February 23, at the
 Randy and Ellen Bell (shown right) shared the
Century Farm Family honor with other family members.
Adrian Tractor Village. Alan J. Mundey, 4-H Youth Specialist and co-county program director, welcomed the group and introduced guests Presiding Commissioner Jim Wheatley and Southern Commissioner Larry Hacker. Mundey also introduced county Extension faculty and staff Tammy Roberts, Associate Extension Professional and co-county program director; Mark Jenner, Ag Business Specialist; Amanda Wolf, Nutrition Program Assistant and Brenda Doody, office manager.

After a delicious meal prepared by Linda Howard, Tammy Roberts recognized the 2014 Bates County Missouri Century Farm families. The following farm families were honored: Randy Bell family, farm established 1892; and the Ciggel-Case family, farm established 1888.
Mary Jo Case Browne (left) and Charles and
Gloria Case (right) presented the Century Farm
 family sign to Irma Ciggle Case on her 102
ndbirthday.


Extension Council members Tyler Black, Jerry Ferguson, Myra Colin, Alan Marr, and Jan Craft were recognized for their service to Bates County Extension. Council members Reggie Gregg, Mary Fischer and Wesley Merritt were unable to attend. New council member Paul Cumpton was welcomed to the group.

For the evening’s program, Bates County Museum Director Peggy Buhr gave a short presentation on Bates County history.

A brief Extension Council meeting concluded the evening.

-our thanks to Alan Mundey
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Hume News

The community of Hume wishes to extend their sympathy to Chad and Jill Spangler and family on the loss of the son, Jack. Jack and his precious little smile will be missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

The Parent’s as Teachers group under the direction of coordinator Lisa Brooks has play group every Thursday from 3:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the preschool at the Hume School.

There will be a card shower for Mildred McGee, 2379 W. Katella St., Springfield. MO 65807. Mrs. McGee will turn 97 years young on March 14.

On Saturday CCH (Christian Campus House) at MIZZOU in Columbia, Mo performed Sketches and Sweets as a fundraiser to improve technology in CCH. Performers were Kaitlee Metcalf, Tori Sears, Abby Yarick and Matt Yarick. All parents and families arrived safely and enjoyed the performance.

Jean Zinn enjoyed having her daughter, Cathy Thurow of Illinois come and stay this past weekend with her. On Saturday they enjoyed going to Nevada for a fun day out. They enjoyed meeting up with Jean’s siblings and other family members for lunch at Buzz’s. They also stopped by Moore Few where they enjoyed visiting with her brother, Orton Wilson.

The Hume Christian Church Haiti Missions will be hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 21 at the Larry L. Berry Gym in Hume. If you would like to participate it will be $10.00 per team member with a maximum of 5 players. Players must be 15 years old. All participants will receive a free T-shirt. Admittance to watch is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students. Games time will 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will also be a bake sale and if anyone would like to donate some bake goods please bring them to the school on the day of the game in the morning.

All teams must be registered by March 15. Please contact Jara Mumma at 417-321-5400 or Abby Yarick at 417-321-0873 for team entry forms or any information.

We have a large group heading for Haiti on a missions trip in June and would love your support.

-our thanks to Karen Irwin
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Adrian Optimist Students of the Month

The Adrian Optimist Club is pleased to honor Students of the Month from the Miami, Ballard, and Adrian schools. Criteria for this honor center on outstanding academic and civic achievement and school spirit. Staff at each of the schools make the selection, and their decision is based on expansion of these criteria. Selection is based on the criteria, but a student stepping up to a particular task will come to play in it. Each student is honored with a certificate of recognition from the Adrian Optimist Club and $20.00 in Adrian Chamber of Commerce “Chamber Bucks”.

The Miami Student of the Month for January is Alyssa Bialowas, senior daughter of Pamela and James Bialowas. She enjoys Yearbook, Cheering, and FBLA in school; outside of school Alyssa finds time to work in Youth Court. Alyssa states “I’m inspired by my family and friends; they are all there through everything in my life and I’m thankful for that.” She plans to attend Fort Scott Community College and continue studying for a career in criminal justice. Staff at Miami states “Alyssa shows that she really cares for people. Her actions are sincere and thoughtful.”
Pictured Adrian Optimist Member Benny Goss, Alyssa Bialowas, and Miami Principal Dr Daniel Johnson.
The Ballard Student of the Month is Sabrina Walsh, junior daughter of Dan and Karla Walsh. PE Instructor, Samie Hill states “She (Sabrina) is a student that is always kind to others. She tries her best in the classroom and in every school setting. She is the first to arrive to work on something and always asks for the next job once she has worked hard at completing the previous one. I feel she is a student that has a genuine understanding and sympathy for others around her. She has developed into a quiet leader roll within her class.”
Adrian Optimist Member Benny Goss, Sabrina Walsh, and Ballard Principal Jimmie Barton.
The Adrian Student of the Month is Rachel Mann. Rachel is the sophomore daughter of Rayland and Lisa Downey. In school she enjoys participating in marching and concert band as well as TSA and FCCLA. She takes piano and percussion lessons and volunteers at Adrian Manor Nursing Home. Rachel also loves participating in community theatre whenever she is given the chance. Rachel states “I thank God for how much he has blessed me.” She plans to major in nursing at the university yet to be decided; leading to becoming a nurse practitioner.
Adrian Optimist Member Benny Goss, Rachel Mann, and Adrian Principal Abe Lewis
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