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Sam Schleicher

I'm the web guy for the Townsquare Media stations in Billings.  I'm originally from St. Louis and have lived in Billings for about 2 years.  I enjoy playing music, prairie dog hunting and bringing you the latest info on what's going on around town!
Tornado
NOAA

Pettis County Commision Completes Construction on Storm Shelters

The Pettis County Commission has announced the completion of the construction of eight Pettis County storm shelters.  The commission is continuing to develop available parking for those that wish to seek cover in the shelter in case of an emergency.

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Money
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$68,000 in Unclaimed Property Found at 2012 Missouri State Fair

According to Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel, 523 fair attendees found $68,000 in unclaimed property at the 2012 Missouri State Fair. One fair attendee was lucky enough to find $4,600 in unclaimed property. Treasurer Zweifel’s staff conducted over 1500 searches and talked to thousands of fairgoers about finding valuable unclaimed property.

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Stevenson and Naylor
Pettis County Sheriff's Office

Missing Person Reva Stevenson and Chris “Kyle” Naylor Turn Themselves In to Sheriff’s Office

Reva Stevenson, who had been reported as an endangered missing person on June 19th has turned herself in to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office, along with Chris "Kyle" Naylor, who had been identified as the man she left with the night she went missing.  Both Stevenson and Naylor had active warrants for their arrest, and were escorted to the Pettis County Jail for processing, closing the case.

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State Fair Crash
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Refund Procedure Announced for August 19 Missouri State Fair Speedway Race Tickets

The Missouri State Fair has announced the refund procedure for the auto races at State Fair Speedway on August 19.  The races were cancelled after a crash injured several spectators on the infield of the track.

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High Voltage
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Electrical Unit Tampering Results in Major Damage at Katy Trail Community Health Center

Pettis County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information in a crime that resulted in an estimate $20,000 - $25,000 worth of damage at the Katy Trail Community Health Center offices at 821 Westwood in Sedalia.  According to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office, suspect(s) tampered with the main power breaker at the health center. The interruption caused the refrigeration units to be shut off, destroying several vaccines housed at the facility and resulting in the expensive amount of damage.

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