Shelter Insurance Foundation Offers Scholarship to Harrisonville Seniors/Deadline March 31

The Shelter Insurance Foundation will award a $2000 scholarship to a Harrisonville High School Graduate. Shelter Agent sponsors and partially funds this scholarship.

A committee of local high school officials and community leaders will select the local recipient. The committee will consider each applicant’s scholastic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character, and participation and leadership in school and community activities. The scholarship is given without regard to race, disability, religion, national origin, or gender of applicants.

The scholarship recipient may apply the scholarship funds toward tuition, fees, or campus housing for any course of study beginning in the Fall of 2018 and leading to an academic degree at an accredited college or university. The Shelter Insurance Foundation makes the payment direction to the school that the scholarship recipient chooses.

Current Harrisonville High School Seniors who meet any necessary qualifications may apply for The Shelter Insurance Foundation’s $2000 scholarship now, and applications must be turned in by March 31.

For more information about the scholarship and how to apply, interested Harrisonville High School seniors should contact the Harrisonville High School Counselor, Harrisonville High School Principal, or Shelter Insurance Agent Lacey Domnick.

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The Cass County Library Hosts The Anti-Valentine’s Day Party/February 15

The Cass County Library is hosting The Anti-Valentine’s Day Party on Thursday, February 15th starting at 3:30pm at the Cass County Library’s Harrisonville Branch – located at 400 East Mechanic Street in Harrisonville.

This is an opportunity to un-celebrate Valentine’s Day with us by decorating broken heart cookies, writing anti-valentine’s for single friends, and enjoy unromantic snacks.

This event is open to students in grades 6 through 12.

For more information you can contact the Cass County Library’s Harrisonville Branch at 816-884-3483.

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Cass Career Center Hosts Intro to Windows 10/February 20 and 22

The Cass Career Center is hosting an Intro to Windows 10 Event on Tuesday, February 20th and Thursday, February 22nd from 6pm to 8pm. The fee to attend is $35.

If you’ve recently purchased a new computer, there is a good chance it game loaded with Microsoft’s updated operating system – Windows 10. Windows 10 is very unique in a lot of ways when compared to other Windows programs.

During Intro to Windows 10 participants will learn about transitioning from an older Windows program to Windows 10 and explore the new system. Intro to Windows 10 will be led by Owner of Service Tech Solutions Kyle Wise.

You can register today for Intro to Windows 10 by either calling 816-738-3253 ext. 7223 or going online to Harrisonvilleschools.org/communityeducation.

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Henry County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report/February 7

 

0745  Cpl. Sullivan conducted school zone traffic enforcement at the Calhoun Public school

0800  Cpl. Sullivan patrolled the Calhoun area

0933  Deputy Romi served civil process in the Brownington area

1023  Cpl. Sullivan responded to the Sheriff’s Office regarding a fraud complaint/report taken

1040  Deputy Romi served civil process in the Clinton area

1049  Deputy Romi served civil process in the Clinton area

1100  Cpl Dody served civil process in the Clinton area

1139  Cpl. Sullivan and Deputy Romi served civil process in the Clinton area

1249  Cpl. Sullivan and Deputy Romi attempted civil process in the Deepwater area

1300  Cpl. Sullivan patrolled the Montrose area

1314  Deputy Romi attempted civil process in the Clinton area

1318  Cpl. Sullivan conducted foot  patrol of the Montrose Public School

1351  Cpl. Sullivan was contacted regarding a previous report

1409  Cpl. Sullivan responded to the 1100 block of SE 460 regarding a check the well being

1415  Cpl Dody instructed DARE at Clinton Christian Academy

1500  Cpl Dody conducted school zone traffic enforcement at Clinton Christian Academy

1520  Cpl. Sullivan responded to the area of Pricelane and Green Streets regarding a follow up investigation/information taken

1641  Cpl. Sebree was contacted regarding stealing/Report taken

1718  Cpl. Sullivan conducted a follow up fraud investigation/information taken

1735  Cpl. Sebree conducted a follow up investigation regarding fraud/Property seized

1803  Cpl. Sebree was contacted regarding civil process/Information taken

1900  Cpl. Sebree conducted a follow-up theft of a credit device

1926  Cpl. Sebree was contacted regarding a C&I driver/UTL

1946  Cpl. Sebree responded to the 500 Blk of NE 52 in regards to a motor vehicle crash/report taken by Highway Patrol

2102  Cpl. Sebree patrolled the Calhoun area

2202  Deputy Green issued a verbal warning for failure to register motor vehicle

2219  Deputy Green patrolled SE 900 Rd

2224  Deputy Green patrolled the Cooper Creek area

2245  Deputy Green issued a verbal warning for defective equipment

2307  Deputy Green patrolled the Lewis area

2321  Deputy Green patrolled the Calhoun area

2330  Deputy Green conducted a business check

2345  Deputy Green issued a verbal warning for failure to signal

0041  Deputy Green patrolled the Shawnee Mound area

0043  Deputy Green conducted a business check

0147  Deputy Green patrolled the Hartwell area

0153  Deputy Green patrolled the Urich area

0202  Deputy Green conducted a business check

0211  Deputy Green conducted a business check

0225  Deputy Green patrolled the Lucas area

0235  Deputy Green patrolled the Piper area

0240  Deputy Green patrolled the Germantown area

0245  Deputy Green patrolled the Montrose area

0252  Deputy Green conducted a business check

0309  Deputy Green patrolled the Deepwater area

0328  Deputy Green conducted a motorist assist in the 400 block of S. 13 Hwy

0527  Deputy Green patrolled the Tightwad area

0529  Deputy Green conducted a business check

 

Deputies were present at: Brownington, Calhoun, Clinton, Cooper Creek, Germantown, Hartwell, Lewis, Lucas, Montrose, Piper, Quarles, SE 900 Rd, Shawnee Mound, Sparrowfoot, Urich

Jail Administrator reports 58 male and 14 female inmates being held at the Henry County Detention Center

 

 

0721 Deputy Logan responded to the 100 block of E Benton St. in regards to an alarm/verified false

0740 Deputy Logan conducted school zone traffic enforcement at the Windsor Elementary school

0958 Deputy Logan responded to the 100 block of S Main St. in regards to an escort

1023 Deputy Logan conducted a school walk though at the Windsor High School

1125 Deputy Logan conducted a school walk though at the Windsor Elementary School

1140 Deputy Logan responded to the 100 block of Industrial Dr. in regards to a civil matter/HBO

1307 Deputy Logan conducted a follow up investigation in the 300 block of E Benton St./information taken

1319 Deputy Logan arrested John James, age 27, of Windsor on a Windsor Municipal warrant for failure to appear warrant for original charge of vehicle license required

1500 Deputy Logan conducted school zone traffic enforcement at the Windsor High School

1620 Deputy Hodges patrolled S Main

1750 Deputy Hodges responded to the 200 block of S Florence regarding a check the well being/HBO

1920 Deputy Hodges patrolled W Benton

2124 Deputy Hodges patrolled North Street

2256 Deputy Hodges was contacted regarding child custody issues/HBO

2156 Deputy Curl issued a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign

2245 Deputy Curl responded to the 400 block of S Smith St in regards to a check the well being/HBO

2318 Deputy Curl issued a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign

2352 Deputy Curl issued a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign

0035 Deputy Curl conducted a business check

0211 Deputy Curl conducted a business check

0357 Deputy Curl conducted a business check

0532 Deputy Curl conducted a business check

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