Saturday, May 27, 2017

Update on Harrisonville power outages

At this point we believe the majority of Harrisonville should have power. 

If you do not have power you can call 816-380-8940 for the non-emergency number to give them your address. 

Please continue to be patient as we have had reports of numerous power-lines taken out by trees around town.




Courtesy of the Harrisonville Police Department Facebook Page 


Obituary - Edith Marie Surbaugh

Edith Marie Surbaugh, age 81, of Urich, Missouri passed away Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at Shawnee Mission Medical, Shawnee Mission, Kansas. 

 Funeral services will be 10:30AM, Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at Vansant-Mills Funeral Chapel, Clinton, Missouri. 

Visitation will be 5:00-7:00PM, Monday, May 29 also at the Chapel. Interment will be in the Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Missouri. 

 Family suggests memorial contributions to the Kansas City Primitive Baptist Church and may be left in care of Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton. Condolences and fond memories can be left online at www.vansant-millsfuneralhome.com.

Edith Marie (Walker) Surbaugh was born to Clarence and Mary Walker on February 12, 1936. She was born in Nebraska and graduated High School from Carthage, Illinois. She lived with two elderly sisters and worked at the phone company as an operator. She met the love of her life Charles L. Surbaugh through phone. She would call her parents and one time he answered the phone and talked to her before calling her parents to the phone. They got married on December 18, 1954 and were married for 60 years. To This union were born four children, Teresa May, Leon Everett, Gayle Renee and Glen Kevin. They lived most of their married life in Henry County.

She was a homemaker and minister's wife. Through their work of the ministry she touched many lives in many states. She did lots of volunteer work through PTA, school, 4H, and clubs. She loved to quilt, fish, gardening and canning. She could stretch a meal to feed who ever dropped by. She was a member of the KC Primitive Baptist Church where she was a clerk for 25 years. She loved her Lord and was Baptized when she was only 6. She was devoted to family, children, grandchildren, and many more who adopted her as a parent or aunt or sister.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Clarence and Mary (Hatcher) Walker, husband, Charles, one sister, daughter-in-law Shelly Surbaugh, and son-in-law, Roger Pile.

She is survived by children, Teresa May Pile Roach (Terry),Garden City, Missouri; Leon Everett Surbaugh (Deborah), Krum, Texas; Gayle Renee Wilson (Barry), Urich, Missouri; Glen Kevin Surbaugh (Kathy), Greenwood, Missouri; 10 grandchildren, 4 step-grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren, 4 sisters; and numerous nieces and nephews and church family.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton, Missouri.





Minor traffic accident involving police car in Butler

Photo Copyright of Mid America Live Staff
The Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County is on scene of a minor two vehicle accident involving a Butler Police car at Fran and Ft. Scott Street in Butler at this time.

No one was reportedly injured in this accident and please expect traffic delays as crews work to clear the scene.


Copyright Mid America Live News 




Urich man arrested in Henry

On 5/27/17 around 3:00pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County arrested 25 year old John D. Gibson of Urich, Missouri.

Mr. Gibson was arrested for 1.) Felony Lees Summit Police Department Warrant 2.) Misdemeanor Cass County Sheriff's Office Warrant 3.) Speeding 4.) No Insurance 5.) No Vehicle Title.

He was booked into the Henry County Jail and is currently listed as bondable.











Update 9:20pm Osage Valley Electric Cooperative

Just 41 members left without power. Osage Valley Crews continue to work to restore power to these members. Thank you everyone for your patience. 

Please be safe this weekend during the clean up process. There is still plenty of work to do for our sister cooperatives across the state. 

Check out this statewide outage map showing over 26,000 co-op members across the state without power. https://outages.amec.org/outages/maps




Rest of Memorial Day Weekend Looks Amazing

After a rough and stormy Saturday the weather looks just about perfect as we continue to pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives for their country.





Ferguson Bail Bonding searching for Harrisonville woman

Amber Lyon
Ferguson Bail Bonding of Harrisonville, Missouri is attempting to locate Amber Lyon who is wanted on a warrant out of Harrisonville.

Anyone with information on Amber Lyon is asked to contact (816) 510-6815 - (816) 510-4262.

Any information provided that will help us locate Lyon will be kept strictly confidential.










Update from Osage Valley Electric Cooperative

Osage Valley Electric Crews are making progress! The number of outages has been reduced to around 400. 

Crews will continue to work into the night until everyone's power is restored. 

If you see a broken pole or downed power line please report it to our dispatch. 660-679-3131.





From Westward Gifts in Butler

As of June 1st Kendel's Boutique will be merged with Westward! We will have a completely full store on that day, with lots of cute new spring and summer items!
With that being said a Giveaway is in order...
Receive a $50 Gift Certificate by:
👠 LIKING & SHARING = 2 Entries
👗 TAGGING A FRIEND BELOW = 2 Entries
👛 COMING IN & SIGNING YOUR NAME = 5 Entries
The Winner will be chosen next Wednesday, MAY 31st!
Don't worry, you'll still see the same familiar faces and the same great prices in clothing!
Good Luck!
https://www.facebook.com/westwardgiftsandflowermarket/




From the desk of Harrisonville Mayor Brian Hasek

Hopefully everyone is getting power back that has lost it today. I am at the lake and have had little to no service, but have been informed of the severe storms that hit Harrisonville. Please know electric crews are working hard to restore all power. 

With a hit this larger (50% or more) without power it does take time. Hope everyone is safe and has a good rest of your holiday weekend.


Courtesy of Harrisonville Mayor Brian Hasek