Fm-92.1 and the Bates County Museum presents” Scrooge” at 7 pm Christmas Eve

Lionel Barrymore received an instant response in the hearts of people everywhere when they heard their favorite fictional release of “A Christmas Carol” to the radio airwaves. FM-92 will revive its tradition of airing this beloved story of “Scrooge” on Christmas Eve. The hour-long story will air at 7:00 pm December 24th from the studios of FM-92. We hope you enjoy this portion of your evening. This historical production of “A Christmas Carol” is brought to you by the Bates County Museum, located on Elk’s Drive ,Butler, MO

City of Archie Holiday Schedule

Archie City offices will be closed Tuesday, December 24 and Wednesday, December 25, 2019 for the Christmas holiday. 

The City offices will be closed Wednesday, January 1, 2020.

The City of Archie Board and Staff wish all of our residents a Happy Holiday Season!

For details, visit: [ City of Archie Holiday Schedule ]


In Memory of BY
Willis D. Wainwright Beverly Wainwright
Earl Jones Jerry & Sharon Jones
Irene Jones Jerry & Sharon Jones
Ralph Buford Jerry & Sharon Jones
Grace Buford Jerry & Sharon Jones
Paul Miller Larry & Carol Ann Winburn
Irene Adams Larry & Carol Ann Winburn
Chris Sage Larry & Carol Ann Winburn
Ann Taylor Larry & Carol Ann Winburn
Harold Rainy Hailey Burgess
Gerry Johnson Bob Johnson
Gerry Johnson Bob Johnson
Tony Baptista Susan Baptista
Dusty Rhoades Susan Baptista
Dusty Rhoades Jean Rhoades
Betty Mullies Jean Rhoades
Richard (Dick) Sutton Candace Sutton
John (Les) Wainscott Candace Sutton
Philip J. Heidlage Phillis Duda
Thelma Heidlage Phillis Duda
Kelly Phillips Megan Reno
Kelly Phillips Megan Reno
Don Cole Judy Cole
Don Cole Judy Cole
Fred Marquardt Phyllis Stewart
Charles Lynn Meredith Teresa Meredith
Tigger Marcia Cook
Fez Marcia Cook
Mistie Blankenship Meade Angie Manning
A. L. Blankenship Angie Manning
Rudy Terri Floyd
LeRoy VanLeeuwen Terri Floyd
LeRoy VanLeeuwen Terri Floyd
Clifford H. Clark Kathy Wood & Sherry Anderson
Betty Ann Clark Kathy Wood & Sherry Anderson
Grammee – Lorinda Orear Kayla Orear
Gampers – Buford Orear Kayla Orear
Sandra Dykman Bill & Lora Padley
Dorothy Keene Bill & Lora Padley
Billy Fisher Louise Fisher
George Ann Fisher Louise Fisher
James Ketron Gerry Ketron
Don Moore Gerry Ketron
Charmaine Ketron Gerry Ketron
Lyle Poister Nadine Poister
Jim Hacker Larry & Loretta Hacker
Jim Hacker Larry & Loretta Hacker
Rita Weiss McDowell Susie French
Doris Dickinson Susie French
Thelma Hammett Susie French
Wilma Dodds Janice Humphrey
Wilma Dodds Janice Humphrey
Dave Grizzell Lisa Tenholder
Ruth Ann Grizzell Lisa Tenholder
Al Tenholder Lisa Tenholder
Betty Tenholder Lisa Tenholder
Thelma Hammett Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Al Decker Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Forrest Wheatley Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Francis Schallert Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Mike Ragan Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Aleta Schowengerdt Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
John Noe Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Mary Springer Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Chris Sage Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Mary Oakes Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Shirley Berry Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Jeff Leister Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Robert “Tiny” Welton Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Alice Scheilz Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Lena Cross Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
Buddy Butler Carl Simpson – Edward Jones Investments
E. Joyce Wells Alvina M. Harrison-Wells
Jolene Wells Burch Alvina M. Harrison-Wells
Richard Harrison Alvina M. Harrison-Wells
Jackie Burch Alvina M. Harrison-Wells
Mindy Marcia Cook
Denise Ridings Max Ridings
Margaret Berryman Max Ridings
Billie Blevins Colleen Blevins
Bob Keene Sr. Gay Bedwell
Dorothy Keene Gay Bedwell
James Douglas Wells Gay Bedwell
Elizabeth Joyce Wells Gay Bedwell
Linda Jolene Burch Gay Bedwell
Jackie Gayle Burch Gay Bedwell
Jina Elizabeth Burch Gay Bedwell
Max Erickson Alice Mooney
Ralph Buford Jerry & Sharon Jones

Harrisonville Police Department is Officially a “No Refusal” Law Enforcement Agency

Harrisonville, MO. December 18, 2019 – Impaired driving remains a major public safety threat that still claims thousands of innocent lives on our roadways every year.    

The Harrisonville Police Department is happy to announce that it is officially a “no refusal” law enforcement agency.  The program is a collaboration of the Harrisonville Police Department and the Cass County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.  A “no refusal” law enforcement agency simply means that officers will seek search warrants to obtain a blood sample from impaired drivers who refuse to consent to a breath test after their arrest.

The No Refusal policy is an enforcement strategy that allows jurisdictions to obtain search warrants for blood samples from suspected impaired drivers who refuse breath tests.  To combat the often-deadly problem of impaired driving, the Harrisonville Police Department’s “no refusal” program will be applied to all DWI arrests, when the driver refuses consent.

It is called a “no refusal” policy because all impaired drivers arrested who refuse breath testing will be subject to blood testing for alcohol and or drugs, if a judge approves a warrant. The ability of law enforcement officers to submit their search warrant applications to the Cass County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and judges electronically make this process both quick and easy.

Recently the Harrisonville Police sent Corporal Tim Mikelson to take classes allowing him to become a certified D.R.E. (Drug Recognition Expert). Along with a newly trained and certified D.R.E., this will be one more tool in the belts of Harrisonville Police Officers to battle this public safety threat.

In Cass County, as well as the rest of America, anyone driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 grams per deciliter or higher is considered legally impaired. Missouri’s “implied consent” law provides that if a driver is lawfully arrested by an officer who has probable cause to believe that the driver has been driving while intoxicated and or drugged, then the driver consents to taking a chemical test of his or her blood, breath or urine for the purpose of determining the driver’s BAC. Despite the implied consent law, some impaired drivers refuse to submit to BAC testing to conceal evidence of intoxication in an attempt to avoid the criminal sanctions they could face upon conviction. The “no refusal” policy is designed to address this issue.

Police and other law enforcement officials work in coordination with prosecutors and judges to quickly apply for and obtain “blood draw warrants” for arrested drivers who refuse BAC testing. With the approval of a judge, anyone suspected of impaired driving, who unlawfully refuses to provide a breath sample is subject to blood testing. The program helps ensure that prosecutors obtain the scientific evidence needed to effectively pursue cases involving impaired driving.

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration more than 10,000 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes in 2017.  Impaired driving remains the leading cause of death on our nation’s roads.