BOWLING GREEN, Mo. (AP) — Two Illinois residents are dead after a motorcycle accident in northeast Missouri. The accident happened around noon Sunday in Pike County, killing 62-year-old Bruce Pittman and 54-year-old Karen Halsey. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the motorcycle went off the side of the road, struck a tree and ejected both riders...
At 11:59 p.m. this evening (Sept. 30), APSI will stop their services for Pettis County, and the Pettis County Ambulance District will officially begin operations at midnight. Four new ambulances were brought in on Sept. 19 and will be centered at the Volunteer Fire Department at the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
Today (Aug. 29), emergency personnel in Sedalia helped lay to rest one of their own. Kenny M. Stone passed away in the line of duty on Aug. 23, 2013. Kenny served our community as a paramedic. He most recently worked for APSI in Sedalia, but had spent a career serving at the Sni-Valley Volunteer Fire Department where he was assistant chief, as well as Oak Grove EMS and Lifeguard Ambulance. Today,
The Pettis County Ambulance District Board recently announced the employment of 24 full-time and six part-time employees to operate four ambulances in Pettis County. The employees were selected from over 75 resumes submitted by applicants.
We are only four days into the Missouri State Fair, and while everyone has been enjoying their time, one group of men and women have been working extremely hard to secure fairgoers safety on and off the fairgrounds.
Coming up Tuesday, June 5 there is a special election that will take place to decide who will sit on the new Pettis County Ambulance District. These individuals will have the chance to establish and mold the beginnings of this new district and improve emergency services in the area. They will get to explain their ideals on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at State Fair Community College at the Thompso