MDC reports November firearms deer harvest ends with 176,604

Top harvest counties were Howell, Franklin, and Texas. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 176,604 deer during the November portion of firearms deer season, Nov. 14-24. Of the 176,604 deer harvested, 95,654 were antlered bucks, 16,045 were

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OATS Transit Requiring Face Masks

OATS Transit is open for regular transportation service, however face masks are required on the bus due to COVID-19. Please call the OATS Transit office at 660-827-2611 or 800-276-6287 to schedule a ride or find out about service in your area. Visit our website at www.oatstransit.org and click on the bus schedules tab for

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City of Clinton has Issued an Immediate Mask Mandate

Face Covering Mandate Effective Immediately in the City of Clinton(By, Luke Edwards, The Clinton (Mo.) Daily Democrat, November 23) *A more detailed account of the council session will appear in the Wednesday daily edition of The Clinton Daily Democrat.The Clinton City Council met for the second reading of Bill No.

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Henry County Covid-19 Positive Numbers Rising Quickly

The Henry County Health Center (HCHC) has received confirmation of 20 more positive cases of COVID-19. Clinton-17, Montrose-1, Deepwater-1 and Windsor-1. This brings the total number of confirmed positive cases in Henry County to 1192 .All contact tracing has commenced and all parties that have had close contact are being

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Missouri state parks remain open -indoor spaces to close

JEFFERSON CITY, MO, NOV. 24, 2020 – Missouri state parks and historic sites remain open, including day-use areas, lodging, campgrounds, boat ramps and trails, and will continue to operate under normal off-season hours. However, beginning this week, Missouri State Parks will temporarily close indoor spaces, including visitor centers, nature centers, museums

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Ladies Night out a Success

The Butler Chamber of Commerce Ladies night out was a great success this year.  With many enjoying the shopping at businesses and the 18 booths of home businesses.  Treats and Christmas lights made the night complete.  The Butler Chamber of Commerce would like to Thank everyone who participated.  Shopping local

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Butler Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade

The annual Butler Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade will be on Saturday December 5th on the Butler Square.  Line up will begin at the Butler High School at 4pm with judging in 4 categories beginning at 5:30pm.  Categories for judging this year will be Businesses, Organizations, Churches, and Vehicles. This

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Butler Christmas Parade Route

The Butler Christmas Parade set for December 5th will leave the Butler High School and travel down Fulton Street toward Fort Scott Street. The parade will then turn right on Fort Scott Street and go past Casey’s toward Delaware Street. The parade will then turn left onto Delaware Street and

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Mask required at Adrian School

From the Desk of Don Lile, Adrian School Superintendent Due to rising numbers of COVID in our community, county and state Adrian School District will be requiring masks to be worn by all visitors and spectators at all times while inside the school facilities including all indoor athletic events and

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Clinton School Covid19 update

The Clinton School District has received confirmation of 5 positive COVID-19 cases. The buildings affected are Henry Elementary, Clinton Intermediate School, Clinton Middle School and Clinton High School. This brings the total number of active cases to 16 (13 of which are Clinton School District individuals).The Henry County Health Center

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Butler Man Arrested on Warranties

On 11/20/20 around 6:24pm the Butler Police Department arrested 45 year old Andrew W. Winters of Butler, Missouri.Mr. Winters was arrested for 1.) (2) Butler Police Department Warrant – Unlawful Use of a Weapon He was booked into the Bates County Jail in Butler and is currently being held on a

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Thanksgiving Meal from Carpenters Cup

The Carpenters Cup is going to have a Thanksgiving meal on Thanksgiving Day. If you need a meal, please call 660-679-3333 to place your order. The meal will consist of turkey and dressing, choice of mashed potatoes or sweet potato casserole, corn or seasoned green beans, hot roll, choice of

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Holiday Hours for FM 92

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

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Susan E. Jenkins, 71

Susan E. Jenkins, 71 of Harrisonville and formerly of Adrian, Missouri passed away November 20, 2020 in Harrisonville. Cremation, with inurnment in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Overland Park, Kansas. No public services are planned. Messages of condolence and memories for the family may be left at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com. Arrangements under the

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Be Prepared and Stay Safe this Winter

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

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Holiday Scammers Hard at Work in Our Area

Along with the wonder and excitement of the holidays comes a predator trying to take advantage of your desire to give to those less fortunate. The latest predatory scam going around starts with a phone call. The caller asks for your personal financial information in order for you to donate

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Rich Hill Vacancy on School Board

The Rich Hill R-IV School District Board of Education has a Board Member Vacancy due to a resignation. The Board will fill the seat at the December 9th Board Meeting to serve the remainder of the term until it expires in April of 2021. District Residents interested in filling the

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Living Word Church Suspending Services

The Living word Church located at 15 N Main Street in Butler announces Due to the increased Covid-19 positivity rate in Bates County, beginning 11/21/2020 services at Living word will be suspended until further notice. 

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Butler Bear Football Congratulations and Thank You

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU for a GREAT Butler Bear Football season!! FM 92.1 would like to congratulate the Butler Bear Football Team on a great season! You all worked hard and brought a lot of spirit and pride to your community. It was a pleasure to broadcast all of your

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Bates County Health Center on Covid19

What do they know about COVID-19 testing and contact tracing? • It can take anywhere from less than 24 hours or up to five to seven days before the local health department receives the positive results • If you were tested in another state it may take up to two

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