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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Prayers for Lucas Oil Speedway

A significant storm including a possible tornado struck Wheatland, MO and Lucas Oil Speedway last night. We are surveying the area without any power and will know more soon. Please try to stay safe as the remainder of the storms pass through. 

Please keep all involved in your thoughts and prayers as we evaluate the situation. 

We will provide updates as we are able to evaluate and assess the damage. Thank you for your patience in this difficult time.

Garden City man injured in motorcycle crash

On 5/20/19 around 2:50pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a two vehicle accident involving a motorcycle on Route B at Rush Road in rural Cass County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2015 GMC Sierra driven by 59 year old Joseph M. Renfro of Garden City, Missouri slowed for a mail carrier he was following and changed lanes to alert following traffic as he passed the mail carrier he was overtaking quickly by the 2016 Honda Motorcycle driven by 19 year old Ryan C. New of Garden City, Missouri causing the Sierra to travel off the roadway.

The Honda entered a skid and struck the ground ejecting the rider from the motorcycle before sliding to a final rest.

Mr. New sustained moderate injuries in this accident and he was transported by ambulance to Cass Regional Medical Center in Harrisonville, Missouri for treatment.

The motorcycle was towed from the scene by J's Southland Tow.

Road Closure In Harrisonville

ROAD CLOSURE: Due to continuing heavy rains, Ash Street has been closed between N Lexington Street and N Bradley Avenue in Harrisonville at this time. 

Please do not attempt to go around the barricades.
 Use caution if out and about today and remember, if you see water running over a roadway, #turnarounddontdrown!

Severe Storms Possible Today

Hume Community News 5/21/19

The community of Hume wishes to extend their sympathy to the family of Betty Nelson. She will be greatly missed by family and friends, our thoughts and prayers are with them all.

Miss Brooklyn Lewis turned the big 5 on May 16. On Sunday, May 19 she celebrated her birthday in style. They enjoyed a late lunch of grilled hot dogs, baked beans and chips. Plus the excitement of a piƱata, cake & ice cream were enjoyed by a host of lots of wonderful family and friends. Happy Birthday, Brooklyn!

They will be setting up for the Hume Alumni on Friday, May 24 at 5:30 p.m., if you would like to help they would appreciate it. The Hume Alumni will be held on Saturday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. Clean up for the Alumni will be Sunday, May 26 at 3:00 p.m.

Just a reminder the Hume Fair Board is looking for Prince & Princess Candidates ages 5 to 12 years of age and Rodeo Queen Candidates 13 to 18 years of age.

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Courtesy of Karen Irwin

Traffic Alert: One vehicle accident on Nursery Street in Butler

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The Butler Police Department along with Butler Fire Department and Bates County EMS is on scene of a one vehicle accident on Nursery Street near the Bates County Memorial Hospital at this time.

Traffic is delayed in this area please find a alternate route around this area.

The driver suffered minor injuries in this accident.

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Severe Weather and Flash Flooding Possible Today

Remain weather aware today as active weather continues with the potential for severe weather and flash flooding.

The strongest storms are expected during the daylight hours, especially over central Missouri along a line of storms during the afternoon.

Large hail to quarter-size, damaging wind gusts, and isolated tornadoes are possible. With the already saturated grounds, flash flooding will be possible in the heaviest activity. Remember, if you encounter flood waters, turn around and don't drown.

Fire at Eldorado Springs School

On 5/20/19 at 2311 hours Eldorado Springs Fire Department was dispatched to the east side of the school at the old gym for a fire on the roof.

Trucks2,3,4,5 responded. With the help of the City Utilities crew and their bucket truck we was able to knock down the fire with a line on the inside and one on the roof. Thank you to Joe and his crew for the help.

Mid America Live News will update when more information is made available from the Eldorado Springs Fire Department.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Vandalism reported in the city of Osceola

On May 20, 2019, the Osceola Optimist Club reported vandalism to their trailer. The letters "BG" were spray painted on the back of the trailer. 

This is not the first time someone has painted these letters. The Osceola Optimist Park and Osceola Pool have also been vandalized recently.
We are asking the community to report any suspicious activity in town. You can remain anonymous. 417-646-8421

Thank you,
Chief Kris Cantrell