Mexico Man Arrested For Enticement of a Child, Furnishing Pornography to a Minor
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control announces the arrest of Christopher M. Deornellas, 39, of Mexico, Missouri, for enticement of a child and furnishing pornography to a minor.
Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission Announces Community Meetings
Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission (PTRPC) is beginning their new five year Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) economic development planning process with a series of local community outreach meetings.
State Fair Community College to Offer Enrichment and Truck Driving Courses
State Fair Community College’s The LearningForce will offer the following continuing education classes starting September 27.
Voter Registration Deadline in Johnson County
Johnson County Clerk Diane Thompson reminds county residents who are not currently registered that they have until 5:00 p.m. on October 12 to register at the designated voter registration locations, before the books close for the November 8th, 2016 General Election.
Smith-Cotton Soccer Wins at Clinton, Swim Team Second at Belton Swim Meet
The Smith-Cotton boys soccer team remained unbeaten in the West Central; Conference with a 4-0 win Wednesday night at Clinton.
Weather Forecast Includes Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding
Colonel J. Bret Johnson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, would like to remind the public that heavy rain can result in flash flooding, a safety concern for both motorists and boaters.
Smith-Cotton Soccer Wins at Warrensburg
Serge Zayats and Blake Grupe each had two goals and an assist as the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team posted s 10-0 win Tuesday night at Warrensburg.
Smith-Cotton Volleyball Loses, Eight-Grade Football Wins on Tuesday
The Smith-Cotton Junior High eighth grade football team defeated Clinton, 38-16, on Tuesday in Clinton.
Smith-Cotton Freshmen Football Loses to Warrensburg
The Smith-Cotton freshmen football team lost, 30-16, on Monday at Warrensburg.
Gladstone Man Sentenced to 18 Years for Child Porn
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Gladstone, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court on charges related to receiving and attempting to distribute child pornography over the Internet.