Harrisonville Board of Education Candidate Filing

Board of Education candidate filing

Filing for Harrisonville School Board of Education candidates began

December 17 at the Administrative Offices, 503 S. Lexington. Some of the requirements for candidates for the Board of Education are as follows: must be a citizen of the US, a resident taxpayer in the Harrisonville Cass R-IX School District, and at least 24 years of age. Candidates must have lived in Missouri for at least one year preceding the election. For a full list of candidate requirements, go to http://harrisonvilleschools.schoolwires.net/Page/98


Filing closes on January 21 at 5 p.m. Offices to be filled are three (3) three-year positions. Board members whose terms expire are Chris Bell, Bing Schimmelpfenning and Nancy Shelton. The three incumbents and Cameron Chenoweth have filed.


The Board election is April 7, 2020.

90th Archie Invitational Tournament Action Jan 27-Feb 1st Live 92.1 or www.921news.com

FM 92.1 will broadcast live from the 90th Annual Archie Invitational Tournament. 10 different schools will participate in this tournament action, as we head to the Championship Game on February 1st. Join us Monday night January 27th as we kick off invitational tournament action live from the studios of FM 92.1 and the Archie Dome.  Hear the games live or join us on the web as we stream from www.921news.com.

Public Cancelations for this Weekend.

Weather conditions appear to continue over the weekend for Bates

County. The staff will not be in the studios after 5 pm on Friday, January

17th. If you have week-end cancellations you need to make public. Call

660-679-7226 and we will post those cancellations to the Kmam-Kmoe

Facebook page. Please do not leave week-end cancellations on the FM

92.1 answering machine. The FM 92 staff  will not be at the studio until 6

am Monday, January 20th. See your list of cancellations on facebook at KMAM  KMOE.

State Rep Schroer Holds Press Conference/ Criminal Sentencing Reform for Minors

PRESS ADVISORY: State Representative Schroer Holds Press Conference to Discuss Criminal Sentencing Reform for Minors

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State Representative Nick Schroer will be holding a press conference on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 to discuss his bill, HB 2201, and the need for reform in the sentencing review process of persons convicted as minors.

Schroer will speak on the bill in the House Lounge at 11:30 a.m., and discuss the importance of his legislation and how it relates to the case of Bobby Bostic.

Bostic, a minor at the time, was sentenced by Judge Evelyn Baker to serve 241 years in prison for crimes which did not result in death or serious injury to victims.

Judge Baker will be in attendance at the event to discuss why this legislation is needed and how she believes her sentence of life with parole at 112 years of age should be overturned.

For more questions, call Rep. Schroer’s office at 573-751-1470.

WHEN: 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

WHERE: House Lounge