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Woman killed in DWI collision
A Sedalia woman was arrested on a DWI complaint after a fatal wreck in Pettis County. Warsaw resident Myrtle L. Argie, 76, was killed in the collision with the wrong-way driver.
Buffalo boys roll past Eldon, Warsaw to improve to 4-2
After a loss to El Dorado Springs on Monday, Dec. 3 the Buffalo boys came back with two strong wins last week. The Bison defeated Eldon 84-65 at home on Dec. 4 and took care of Warsaw on the road 66-59.
Knob Noster wrestling splits tri at Warsaw
Knob Noster split its two duals at Warsaw beating the host 54-30 while falling to Versailles 46-33 Tuesday, Dec. 4. 106 - Haley Robles (KN) pins Autumn Long (W), 2:31. 113 - Sam Wilhelm (KN) over Hunter Jewell (W), 1:36.
Angler breaks Missouri walleye record
The Missouri Department of Conservation reports Jason Reynolds of Warsaw, Mo. became the most recent Missouri state record holder for fish when he caught a walleye on a jug line on Truman Lake.
Wrestling Roundup -- Osage and Versailles
MICHAEL LOSCH, Lake Sun Sports Editor, email@example.com — Osage stays unbeaten in duals with win over Warsaw. Osage hosted Warsaw in a dual between former Tri-County Conference foes Tuesday night and the Wildcats became the next team to fall to the Indians as Osage maintained its perfect dua
Lady Bison on the victory path with two impressive wins
After starting the season 0-3, Buffalo’s girls basketball team got on the winning track last week with victories over Marshfield and Warsaw. On Tuesday, Dec. 4 the Lady Bison hosted an old Central Ozark Conference rival Marshfield and defeated the Lady Bluejays 66-55. Buffalo was behind 18-17 at the
Court docs detail drug discovery, prostitution that led to charges against Schlitterbahn co-owner in Johnson County
MERRIAM, Kan. -- A disturbance call at a Drury Inn in July led officers to discover a number of drugs, and Schlitterbahn co-owner Jeff Henry sharing a room with a reported prostitute. While Henry was out on bond for his charges related to the Schlitterbahn death of 10-year-old Caleb Schwab, this inc
Hermitage man charged with unlawful possession of firearm
Charles Leo Edington, 38, Hermitage, was charged in Dallas County Circuit Court with the class D felony of unlawful possession of a firearm on Dec. 5. Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney Barbara Viets charged that Edington knowingly possessed a Taurus .357 magnum.
Benton drawings find new home at MU museum
Sometimes a truly exhilarating artistic experience comes not through encountering a masterpiece, but a master in pieces. That is, seeing the hand of a brilliant artist at work as he or she sketches, or completes on a smaller scale, something which displays a creative mind turning over an idea.
2 jailed, 300 lbs. of pot seized after Missouri traffic stop
COOPER COUNTY — Law enforcement authorities are investigating two suspects on drug charges after a Thursday traffic stop on Interstate 70. During the stop near Boonville, Missouri in Cooper County, state troopers found and seized over 300 pounds of marijuana in vacuum sealed bags.
A Wounded Suspect From Illinois May Be In Missouri
Police in Illinois are looking for a domestic abuse suspect who might be in Missouri, after he escaped arrest and was shot by officers. Police have identified the man as 34-year-old Todd Lockhart. Alton, Illinois, police tried to arrest Lockhart early this (Friday) morning after a domestic disturban
Missouri State Highway Patrol makes major marijuana bust on I-70
COOPER COUNTY, Mo. – The Missouri State Highway Patrol posted this image of a marijuana bust on eastbound I-70 in Cooper County. They stopped the SUV for following another vehicle too closely. They found 301 lbs of marijuana in vacuum sealed bags.
Police: Missouri Man Molested Arkansas Girl
BELLA VISTA (KFSM) — A Missouri man is accused of molesting an 8-year-old girl from Arkansas. Vernon Leroy Hood, 77, of Pineville, Mo., was arrested Thursday (Dec. 13) in connection with second-degree sexual assault — a Class B felony.
Multi-year poaching probe nabs four SW Missouri family members
Four members of a southwest Missouri family have been caught in a multi-year poaching case where authorities say hundreds of deer were killed illegally. “The deer were trophy bucks taken illegally, mostly at night, for their heads, leaving the bodies of the deer to waste," said Lawrence County Prose
2 Arrested after Vehicle Pursuit Through Johnson, Henry Counties
On December 6, two arrests were made after a vehicle pursuit through Johnson County, Warrensburg and Clinton. The Johnson County Sheriff's Department says at approximately 10:30 p.m. a deputy and a K-9 Unit attempted to stop a vehicle when dispatch advised the license plates displayed were stolen.
Lady Bluebirds grounded at hands of Tipton
COLE CAMP — Tipton senior Brooklynn Pace scored 19 points, juniors Alexa Jurgensmeyer and Abby Backes added 17 and 15, respectively, and the Lady Cardinals defeated Cole Camp 58-41 Monday at Robert Farrington Court.
GVMH welcomes family nurse practitioner
CLINTON — Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare welcomes a new Family Nurse Practitioner to the medical team. Heather Dains, FNP, has joined the Clinton and Windsor clinics. Dains will evaluate and treat patients with health conditions and illnesses that are not severe or life-threatening. Common condit
Warrensburg routs Clinton in home opener
WARRENSBURG - Warrensburg's Jaason Levine helped his squad set the tone early on his "Senior Night" Tuesday, Dec. 11, as the Tigers routed Clinton 88-60. "I loved our energy," Warrensburg coach Chris Nimmo said.
Girls' Basketball Roundup -- Eldon, Climax Springs, Macks Creek and Versailles
MICHAEL LOSCH, Lake Sun Sports Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org — Eldon comes up short at Dixon. Eldon took a trip to Dixon Monday night to take on the Bulldogs and the Mustangs came up a little short in a 59-49 loss.
Lady Tigers finish fourth at Hermitage Invite
Humansville girls basketball placed fourth Friday night, Dec. 7, at the 39th Hermitage Tournament. The Lady Tigers fell 74-48 to six-seed Climax Springs in the third-place game.