The City of Butler is accepting applications for a full-time position in the Administrative Department for a Codes Officer. The salary range is $35,000 to $45,000 per year depending upon qualifications. They offer employer fully paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance and the MO LAGERS Retirement system. Successful candidates must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, or any equivalent combination of education and experience, and a valid driver’s license. Also required is one or more years in the construction field and/or experience as a Codes Officer. Pre-employment and random post-employment drug testing are required. Applications are available at Butler City Hall, 22 West Ohio Street, or on the web at https://www.cityofbutlermo.com. The City of Butler is an equal opportunity employer. Position is open until filled.
Day: July 25, 2022
Fatality Accident in St. Clair County
The Missouri Highway Patrol responded to a Fatality Motorcycle accident at 7:58pm on Sunday, July 24th at MO 13 at Truman Road in Osceola in St. Clair County.
The accident occurred when a 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan Motorcycle, ridden by David Singleton, 66 of Osceola, overturned and ejected the rider.
Mr. Singleton was airlifted to Cox South Hospital in Springfield where he succumbed to his injuries and pronounce deceased.
The Kawasaki was removed from the scene by a friend.
Scholastic Book Sponsors Needed for Butler Elementary Teachers
It’s that time of year again! School is quickly approaching. Butler Elementary School teachers are asking for donations to help their students with getting one free book each month from the Scholastic book orders.
What exactly is a book sponsor?? Each month, Scholastic sends out flyers for students and families in which they feature a monthly book special. What the teachers are asking for is to be able to purchase 1 book per month for each student in their classroom. The total for 1 student would be $14.00. Each classroom needs a sponsor for each student in that classroom.
This is a great way to get books into the hands of students all year long! They get so excited when the monthly book box arrives!
If you are interested in being a book sponsor for your student classroom, contact their teacher for more details. By being a book sponsor you are fostering a love of reading with the children!!!
Cass County Sheriff’s Rodeo
The Cass County Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary is excited to host the Cass County Sheriff’s Rodeo on Friday and Saturday, September 30th and October 1st at the Harrisonville North Park Rodeo Grounds.
The goal of the CCSO Auxiliary is to provide a premiere beneﬁt rodeo that will support their commitment to public safety and children through the efforts of the Sheriffs Auxiliary.
Through their concerted efforts, Cass County Sheriffs Auxiliary will provide a memorable experience for the community and its participants. The event brings a better understanding of the relationship between Law Enforcement and the public.
“The Sheriff’s Auxiliary is delighted to bring back this fun and family friendly Rodeo to the area. Our goal is to assist the Sheriff’s office in helping keep the residents of Cass County safe” said Auxiliary President Darren Rew.
Proceeds benefit the Sheriff’s Auxiliary, a volunteer 501(c)(3) public service organization. The CCSO Auxiliary provides support to the community through children programs and specialized team assistance. The Auxiliary has funded more than $50,000 for D.A.R.E., Tan Santa, Law Enforcement Wellness, Benevolence Fund, Family Support, K9, and UAV programs.
“We are excited to be part of this family friendly event. The Auxiliary is a key part of our office and the programs funded from the proceeds are essential to support the men and women who provide quality public safety to the County.” Sheriff Jeff Weber
The C.R. McKellips Rodeo Co. will provide a Friday and Saturday night performance sanctioned by the United Rodeo Association and Missouri Rodeo Cowboys Association.
For more information or questions about sponsorship email email@example.com