The 92.1 Radio Station will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. On Friday November 27th 92.1 will work with a limited crew, with DJ’s on duty from 7 am until 4 pm. The Sales Department and the News Department will be not be available. If you have News or advertising that needs attention, please contact us by noon on Wednesday, November 25th. Happy Thanksgiving from 92.1 in Butler.
|With all the warm weather, most people aren’t thinking about winter weather and snowy roads, but MoDOT is.|
MoDOT has approximately 3,400 employees ready to fight winter weather across the state. Each winter storm is different, and tools, materials, and practices are adjusted accordingly.
During major storms, all available employees work 12-hour shifts on snow removal operations. Roads are prioritized based on traffic volume, and interstate highways are always treated first. Lower-volume roads will likely remain somewhat snow-covered until higher-volume roads are mostly clear.
If you ever find yourself on the road in a snowstorm, remember that snowplows need to have room to work. Never pass a snowplow, and stay back at least six car lengths.
Remember, every driver can help keep Missouri roads safe by committing four simple actions: buckle up, put the phone down, slow down, and never drive while impaired.
Learn more about safe winter driving tips on MoDOT’s website.
November 19th in the year…
1904 – A Frisco railroad train starts a fire, from sparks from its wheels, that damages houses and buildings in Hume.
1870 – The massive stairway for the new Courthouse arrives and will soon be in place. Butler.
1912 – Tom Grimsley & C.A. Wall bring a wagon load of pecans to Butler and receive $265. They estimated they had a ton of the nuts.
1880 – Rockville reports 24 new houses and buildings have been built in the past four months.
1881 – Its reported, in the Bates Co. Record newspaper, that not only is Butler going to have electric lights, but soon a line of street cars will be running from the depot to the Square.
1888 – A miner names Green is killed by falling slate at mine #6 of the Rich Hill Coal Mining Co.
November 20th in the year…
1861 – There is a skirmish between the Cass Co. Home Guard and the Rebels at Butler.
1921 – The Adrian Methodist Church burns.
1880 – Samuel Levy moves his dry goods from the North side of the Square to the Edwards building, on the East side, to be ready for opening on Monday morning.
1851 – A convocation of Master Masons is held at Balltown, Bates Co., and organize Osage Lodge #303, AF & AM.
1888 – The Butler Rifles militia boys receive their guns and equipment and will begin drills immediately.
1900 – The new rural free delivery mail wagons have arrived at the Butler Post Office. Built by the Welk Carriage Works of Sedalia, Mo., they were thru the Williams Bros firm in Butler.
Courtesy of Mid America Live
It’s a sad state of affairs that we have to post two stories in a row about the scams that are going around in our area. FM 92 News has learned of yet another scam involving the Social Security Office.
Social Security will NEVER call you regarding your account in any way. Social Security contacts you by mail. Don’t give anyone claiming to be from Social Security ANY of your information – the real Social Security Office already knows your information and will NOT call you regarding any aspect of your account.