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Jan. 26, 2015

New Rule at East Hills
ST. JOSEPH, MO -- Beginning Jan. 23, East Hills Shopping Center is launching a new youth supervision policy. Guests who are 16 and younger must have an adult with them at all times after 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The parent or adult can supervise up to five kids, but must provide proof of age to security guards at the mall entrances or be asked to leave. The policy follows increased disturbances at the mall on Fridays and Saturdays and complaints from shoppers and businesses. Call East Hills at 816-279-5667 for more information.
Published Online Jan 22, 2015 - 04:51 PM

Search for Suspect Around Poosey: CAPTURED
Updated 1/20/14: Robert E. Graham is now in custody at the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, after a standoff with multiple law enforcement units at a remote area known as Panther's Den in Poosey Park. No one was injured. Livingston County authorities are reporting that an Iowa man sought on attempted murder charges was spotted in the area of Pikes Lake and the Poosey Conservation Area just past noon on Monday, Jan. 19. Robert Eugene Graham, 44, is accused in a Friday morning shooting in Chariton, Iowa. Graham is believed to be traveling in a 2015 Toyota Corolla, grey in color, with Illinois license plates: V872014. The individual is considered "armed and dangerous." Anyone seeing him should contact 911 immediately. Iowa authorities have identified the victim of Friday morning's shooting as 33-year old Gayle Darrah, who was found lying in a driveway at 1701 Court Avenue in Chariton. She was flown by air ambulance to a Des Moines hospital. Her condition, as of Monday morning, continues to be listed as "critical."
Published Online Jan 21, 2015 - 08:20 AM

CBC Blood Drive
TRENTON, MO -- Community Blood Center needs to collect 580 units of blood daily to meet the needs of area hospital patients. To help with efforts, the Grundy County Senior Center (2901 Hoover Drive) will host a blood drive on Feb. 2 from 12 to 6 p.m. Call 888-647-4040 or visit for more information about guidelines for donation, or to set up an appointment.
Published Online Jan 20, 2015 - 09:50 AM

Ag and Rural Lifestyle Show
ST. JOSEPH, MO -- On Friday, Jan. 23 (10 a.m. - 8 p.m.), and Saturday, Jan. 24 (9 a.m. - 4 p.m.), the St. Joe Civic Arena hosts the 20th Annual Ag & Rural Lifestyle Show. The event will include daily seminars, more than 100 vendors, and door prizes. For more information, visit
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 04:43 PM

Harrison County Arrests "Most Wanted"
Jeremy T. Sims, 20, Coffey, who was on the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office "Most Wanted" list, was arrested by a Highway Patrol officer last week near Coffey. Sims was wanted on a Harrison County warrant charging him with the distribution and delivery of a controlled substance. Sheriff Josh Eckerson said his office had received a tip about Sims’ location from a member of the public. He had been one of four suspects listed on the sheriff office’s "Most Wanted" list. Sims was arraigned on Wednesday in the court of Associate Circuit Judge Thomas Alley. Bond was set at $25,000. His next court appearance has been set for Jan. 21.
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 12:37 PM

PSC to Hold Local Public Hearing in Kingston
In Ameren electric rate case The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold a local public hearing at 6 p.m. on Jan. 22, Caldwell County Courthouse in Kingston, 2nd Floor, 49 East Main, in an electric rate case filed by Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri. A public information/question and answer session will start at 6 p.m. with the taking of sworn statements to follow. On July 3, 2014, Ameren Missouri filed an electric rate case with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to increase annual electric revenues by approximately $264 million (9.65%). Ameren Missouri’s rate filing includes a request to continue its fuel adjustment clause that reflects changes in the cost of fuel used to generate electricity on customers’ bills through a separately-identified surcharge or credit outside a general rate case. In an earlier case, the Missouri Public Service Commission approved a filing made by Ameren Missouri to adjust the fuel and purchased power adjustment charge (FAC) on the bills of its electric customers. A typical residential customer currently pays an FAC of approximately $5.17 a month. As a result of these two filings, the FAC will drop to approximately $4.64 a month. The change is expected to take effect on January 27, 2015. Also in an earlier case, the Missouri Public Service Commission approved a request filed by Ameren Missouri to adjust the Energy Efficiency Investment Charge (EEIC) Rider that appears on the monthly bills of electric customers. In its application, the electric company sought to adjust customer rates for changes in Ameren Missouri’s energy efficiency costs. The current monthly charge for a typical residential customer is $3.70 a month. It will increase to $6.00 a month effective January 27, 2015.
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 10:26 AM

Soccer Registration Forms Available at Area Schools
The Gallatin Sports League is gearing up to host another season of youth soccer. Spring season games are set to begin Saturday, March 14, and run through April 18 at Dockery Park, with practices scheduled to begin the first week of March. Youth soccer is available for children ages 4-16. Those wishing to participate must wear protective shin guards in order to play. Players are not required to wear cleats, but those that choose to do so must ensure their shoes have no toe cleat. Players wearing toe cleats will not be allowed to play for safety reasons. A coaches’ clinic for parents interested in volunteering as league coaches will be scheduled prior to the first practice. The clinic will address rules of the game, teach basic practice fundamentals and help outline practice drills and game strategy for each age group. Interested parents need to indicate their desire to volunteer on their child’s registration form. Registration forms and a $10 participation fee are due back to Gallatin City Hall by February 11. Forms can be picked up at area schools, at Gallatin City Hall or downloaded from the soccer page at Gallatin youth soccer is open to surrounding communities. Coaches from neighboring towns are welcome to host practices at their local parks, but all games will be played at Dockery Park in Gallatin. Questions regarding 2015 spring soccer can be addressed to Ben Hacking at (660) 663-4087.
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 10:01 AM

Wanted Suspect in Custody
On Jan. 15, 2015, at approximately 10:07 a.m., Troop H received information regarding the possible location of a suspect, Bradley E. Chapman, 35, from Green City, Mo., being in the Trenton area. A Sullivan County warrant indicated that Chapman was wanted for felony assault and a parole violation. Information was developed that placed the subject at a residence in Trenton. Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers, along with officers from the Grundy County Sheriff’s Department and the Trenton Police Department, observed a vehicle leave this residence and attempted to stop the vehicle. The vehicle failed to yield and a pursuit ensued which ultimately traveled eastbound across Highway 6. The pursuit entered Sullivan County where the suspect fled the vehicle and after a short foot pursuit was taken into custody. Chapman is being held in the Daviess-DeKalb County Regional Jail. The above charges are mere accusation and are not evidence of guilt. Evidence in support of the charges must be presented before a court of competent jurisdiction whose duty is to determine guilt or innocence.
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 09:55 AM

Chillicothe R-2 Public Forum
The Chillicothe R-2 School District will be holding a public community forum on Jan. 19, 6 p.m. at the CHS Performing Arts Center. Architect John Brown of Hollis-Miller Architects will present about the community's response to the Long Range Facility Survey and future of Chillicothe R-2 facilities. The public is encouraged to attend this event.
Published Online Jan 19, 2015 - 07:59 AM

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