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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Nevada Magazine
Nevada the Magazine 2014 #1
VCAD approves $1.48 million budget (06/29/16)
Nevada Daily Mail At a Tuesday, mid-day meeting, the Vernon County Ambulance District board of directors voted to approve a $1.48 million dollar budget for the 2016-17 fiscal, year, which begins July 1. "There is no legal requirement to amend and close the old budget before opening the new budget," said VCAD director, Leland Splitter. ...
NEVC board puts safety first (06/29/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Last Wednesday, following quick approval of the consent agenda, Charles Naas, superintendent of Northeast Vernon County R-1 School District, got a quick start into the board meeting agenda. "As superintendent, I am here to serve and follow your guidance," said Naas. ...
Schell City resident arrested after disturbance call (06/29/16)
Nevada Daily Mail The Vernon County Sheriff's Office reports that a Schell City resident has been charged with a felony crime of unlawful possession of a firearm. According to officials, deputies responded to a disturbance in progress in Schell City early Sunday morning. ...
Hume R-8 passes 2016-17 budget (06/29/16)
Nevada Daily Mail The Hume R-8 school district wrapped up the current 2015-16 fiscal year and adopted a budget for the coming 2016-17 fiscal year Monday evening. "Operating within the budget is imperative for maintaining our school," Superintendent David Quick said in a written statement accompanying the proposed 2016-17 budget...
Griffons tarp crew put to work (06/28/16)
3M landfill closure underway (06/28/16)
Sheldon R-8 boards adopts 2016-17 budget (06/28/16)
Nevada Daily Mail If school boards have seasons, then this is budget season. This past Wednesday, in a special meeting at 7 a.m., the Sheldon R-8 board met to approve fund transfers and make final amendments to the 2015-16 budget. The board took most of its time to review and adopt a budget for the 2016-17 school year, which includes a $250 increase to the certified schedule and a 2 percent raise for classified staff...
Lusk lends a library (06/28/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Crestin Lusk and her family spent early Friday morning installing a new lending library in the city park in Walker. "She's that kid who has to be told three times to put the book away and go to sleep," said Anna Lusk, Crestin's mother, "I am impressed she took this on as a project."...
Sport fishing tournament held Saturday (06/28/16)
Greitens campaigns in Nevada for governer (06/25/16)
Nevada Daily Mail "I'm running because our government is broken, broken at every level," said Eric Greitens, Republican candidate for Governor of Missouri. Introduced by former Missouri State Treasurer, Sarah Steelman, Greitens spoke to a group of about 30 people at the Nevada Public Library, Saturday...
Friday night kick off for Relay for Life (06/25/16)
Modern family adventure (06/25/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Baseball, barbecue, and Independence Day fireworks are synonymous with summertime. There is however, another growing pass time. It is a game of hide and seek where players use multi-million dollar satellites to find caches hidden in the woods. This is geocaching...
Vernon County Cancer Relief services (06/24/16)
NRMC Board: new budget, New Vision (06/24/16)
Nevada Daily Mail With about a week left in the current fiscal year, the Nevada Regional Medical Center Board of Directors reviewed this past year, adopted a budget for the new year, discussed a new service and resolved to promote better relations with employees during Tuesday night board meeting...
It's hot out there (06/24/16)
Nevada Daily Mail As temperatures rise, so does the risk of heat related illness and injury. "You don't realize how hot you are until it is too late," said Melisa Keating, a registered nurse with Vernon County Health Department. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 7,415 people died between 1999 and 2010 as a result of heat related illness or injury. ...
Outdoor burning banned in Nevada (06/22/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Due to the dry and hot conditions, the Nevada Fire Department has suspended all outdoor burning within the city limits until further notice. This ban includes individuals who utilize a burn barrel for outdoor burning. Until the area receives a substantial amount of rain and the forecasted wind speeds are within the Fire Department's policy guidelines outdoor burning is prohibited. For more information information contact Nevada Fire Department at 417-448-5105...
NRMC finance committee talks about losses and opportunities (06/22/16)
Nevada Daily Mail "While we have had some significant losses in April and May, I want to make it clear that this is not a permanent situation," said Nevada Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Leeper, during Monday's finance committee meeting...
Council approves water line repair (06/22/16)
Nevada Daily Mail "We knew there would be council members absent so the packet was kept short," Nevada City Manager JD Kehrman said after the council disposed of the entire night's agenda in eight minutes, which was one of the council's shortest meetings ever...
MWI hosts inaugural career fair (06/22/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Contractors and innumerable students and alumni gathered at Missouri Welding Institute for the inaugural career fair May 20. "We wanted to be able to give the students a face to face meeting with contractors," said director of placement Zach Nance...
Smart on crime -- blessed in life (06/21/16)
Nevada Daily Mail With about a month to go before hitting the mandatory retirement age of 70, Judge James R. Bickel, presiding judge of circuit 28 was in his office, upstairs in the Vernon County Courthouse, reflecting on his life, his career and the one thing that has dominated his thinking for years, crime and drugs...
VCAD board hears 2014-15 audit report (06/21/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Vernon County Ambulance District's 2014-15 audit took precedence over other business during Thursday night's board meeting as B.G. Wolfe delivered a draft of the audit to the board stating the results were similar to the 2013-14 audit findings...
Riverside Cowboy Church annual Bible Camp (06/21/16)
Nevada Police arrest suspect in child molestation (06/21/16)
Nevada Daily Mail On June 18, 2016, at about 7:50 pm, Nevada Police Officers responded to a reported sexual assault of a child in the 1000 block of N. Elm St. Investigating Officers determined that an adult male visited a home on N. Elm that afternoon to see a female friend staying at that address. ...
Nevada Police arrest burglar (06/21/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Nevada Police responded to a report of a burglary in a vacant manufacturing facility, located in the 1800 block of North Industrial Parkway on June 18, at about 10:00am. Upon arrival, responding officers observed two individuals on the roof of the building...
Bronaugh girl's artwork to be featured in KCP&L calendar (06/18/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Later this year, KCP&L is publishing its first calendar on electrical safety and included among its pictures will be a drawing by 11-year-old Maci Yount, of Bronaugh. Open to children under age 12, the 16 winners of this coloring contest were selected by a public vote on KCP&L's Facebook page...
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