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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Garden City Police Layed Off


Garden City Mayor and Council Shutter Police Department

At about 10:00 this morning, Chief Alber was notified the City of Garden City was to "lay off" 100% of the Police Department staff effective immediately. 

No explanation was given nor plans to staff the police department beyond the Chief. 

No further guidance was given for pending criminal cases or coverage of the city when the Chief is not on duty.




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Just what do weather people know, anyway?

Boom. We went from Summer to frozen pet water bowls, cars that won't start and furnace issues. Not like it just cooled down a little. No, welcome to Siberia.

The TV weather people are basking (no pun intended) in predicting the exact overnight low, like how important is it to be right on the money when it's below freezing anyway? 

Most of us old school folks like to rely on the Farmer's Almanac to get the straight skinny, but according to it, we are supposed to be having mild conditions right now (see above).  Now, our definition of mild might be slightly different... OR maybe the ol Almanac just got this one wrong.

Not trusting of just one weather predictor, we Googled the long term Winter forecast for Missouri and got just about every conceivable prediction you can think of- from a cataclysmic super white, cold Winter to "much above" and mild temps for the next four months. It seems like fiction that would make H.G. Wells proud.

One could suppose it doesn't matter. Remember, if you don't like our weather, just wait. It'll change anyway. But if you'd like some good reading while your pipes thaw, here you go:

2018-19 Long Term Farmers Almanac Forecast  
Winter storms of the late 1970's in Missouri
Missouri Disasters, 1785-Present - Winter Storms
 

 

 
 



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Gradual Warming Trend Through End of Week...

Steady but gradual warm up this week, despite temperatures remaining well below seasonal normal's.

Colder air returns to the area for the weekend.

Light snow possible Saturday overnight.

At this time, the weekend system only appears capable of minor accumulations area-wide.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Kidnapping Case investigated in Barton County

Barton County Sheriff Mitchell Shaw reports that the Barton County Sheriff’s Office investigated a Kidnapping case in Barton County on 11-12-2018.

A 46 year of age female alleged she had been tied up and bound by duct tape and nylon rope at her home off of A highway in Barton County. It was told to the deputies that she then was placed and locked inside a wooden box in the home for a lengthy period of time. The woman was able to escape from the box she was held captive in and sought help.

Deputies of the Barton County Sheriff’s Office went to the residence and located the suspect in the home. He has been identified as Matthew F. Clements, age 26, of Lamar. Clements was already wanted on several warrants out of Barton County and the City of Lamar.

Mr. Clements was arrested and taken into custody at the home on A hwy. While being escorted out of the home Clements attempted to flee from the deputies and ran for a short distance before being apprehended once again.

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Clements on the criminal charges of Kidnapping in the first degree and Resisting arrest. Clements is being held at the Barton County Jail on a $100,000 cash or surety bond on those charges. Sheriff Shaw wants to credit both Deputies responsible in this investigation.

Deputy Chad Mcmanis and Deputy Haven Clemons did a good job in obtaining the information needed in the case and locating the suspect and taking him into custody.


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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.



Clinton teen injured in Henry County rollover accident

On 11/13/18 around 7:36am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County responded to a one vehicle accident on Route C just west of CR NE 1001 in rural Henry County.

The Missouri State Highway says the accident occurred when the 1999 Toyota Camry driven by 16 year old Katelynn R. Jones of Clinton, Missouri traveled off the right side of the roadway, Driver over corrected causing the vehicle to return to the roadway before traveling off the left side of the roadway and overturning.

Katelynn R. Jones sustained minor injuries in this accident and she was transported by private vehicle to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton, Missouri for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene by a private tow.

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*Disclaimer: Accident reports are courtesy of the Missouri State Highway Patrol and are a matter of public record no matter the age of a occupant involved.









Obituary - Kristy Lee Clark

Kristy Lee Clark, 34, Nevada, MO passed away on Monday, November 12, 2018 in Nevada. Kristy was born May 24, 1984 in Fayetteville, AR to Randy Lee and Dora Sue (Canaday) Clark.

Kristy lived in Ft. Scott then came to Nevada at age of four. She attended Nevada Schools and graduated from Nevada High School Class of 2003.

Kristy was a certified nurse’s assistant and also worked in various restaurants including Emery’s Truck Stop in Deerfield. She attended LifeWalk Church in Nevada.

Survivors include her mother, Sue Clark of the home; two brothers, Jason Clark, Nevada, MO, Joey Clark and his wife, Chandra, El Dorado Springs, MO; one sister, April Jones, Sheldon, MO; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Randy Clark.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada. Friends may call now and until the hour of service at Ferry Funeral Home.

Memorials are suggested to the Family in c/o Ferry Funeral Home.


Bates County Memorial Hospital Employee of the Month for November 2018

Ronnie Smith is recognized as the Bates County Memorial Hospital Employee of the Month for November, 2018. Ronnie began his employment at BCMH in 2012 as a Certified Respiratory Therapist. 

Ronnie works as a lead therapist with additional responsibilities above patient care duties. 

Ronnie is recognized for his work ethic and positive attitude. Coworkers consider him inspirational, supportive and enjoyable to work with. He enjoys teaching respiratory skills such as suctioning, trach care, EKGs and ventilator care. 

Ronnie has helped organize the Shop with a Cop program to help low income children have a nice Christmas, and enjoys being Santa Claus for the kids. The hospital is proud to have Ronnie on its’ healthcare team.





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