July 10, 2003

Scotland County Speedway Pepsi Sprint Invaders Results July 2, 2003

Memphis, Mo (July 2) - Jon Agan had a mag slip off in hotlaps, and they thrashed on the new 360 bullet, but to no avail as he scratched for the night. The top two in each heat moved on to the 6-lap shake-up dash. Heat 1) 1. Tyson Hart (6) 2. Matt Rogerson (4) 3. Ryan Jamison (5) 4. Charlie Gilpin Jr. (3) 5. Justin Newberry (1) 6. Scott Boles (7) DNS - Agan Hart nabbed the lead on lap 5, and set sail. Flyin' Ryan Jamison also looked solid. Heat 2) 1. Jarrod Hull (2) 2. Nick Eastin (3) 3. Scotty Peitz (1) 4. John Schultz (4) 5. Matt Sutton (6) 6. Lyle Sylvester (5) Hull, piloting the Rich DeReu sprinter, dominated this affair. Eastin, an 18-year graduate of the four-wheeler ranks was running only his 5th race in a winged sprint, and held off the Rome Rocket (Peitz is also appropriately the mayor of Rome) to place himself in the shake-up dash. Heat 3) 1. Terry McCarl (2) 2. Bobby Mincer (5) 3. Jimmy Davies (4) 4. Dustin Whiting (1) 5. Donnie Steward (3) 6. Matt Harms (7) 7. Mike Houseman (6) Houseman made good contact with the backstretch guardrail at the start, and slowed to a stop with some broken pieces in the right rear. McCarl dominated. Mincer had a solid run getting into the runner-up spot. Shake-up Dash) 1. Hull (2) 2. McCarl (3) 3. Hart (1) 4. Mincer (6) 5. Rogerson (4) 6. Eastin (5) Hull led the distance, as McCarl didn't appear to be pressing that hard. McCarl got by Hart on the last circuit for 2nd. The shake-up pill drawn by Hull was #2, starting the Sikeston, Mo native on the outside poll, and lining the rookie Eastin up on the pole. Feature) 1. McCarl (3) 2. Hull (2) 3. Mincer (5) 4. Hart (4) 5. Jamison (7) 6. Steward (15) 7. Sutton (14) 8. Schultz (11) 9. Whiting (12) 10. Harms (18) 11. Gilpin (10) 12. Sylvester (17) 13. Rogerson (6) 14. Davies (9) 15. Houseman (19) 16. Newberry (13) 17. Peitz (8) 18. Eastin (1) 19. Boles (16) Hull jumped out to the lead, and McCarl began to stalk him. Schultz spun in turn two on the 4th lap, bringing out the yellow hanky. Boles exited at this time. McCarl tried unsuccessful sliders in turn 4 the next couple laps as Hull raced away. The third one was a charm however, as he cleared Hull and pulled away. The caution came out at the halfway mark of the 25-lapper when Eastin spun in turns 1 & 2. A lap later he'd bust up his front end, and limp to the infield after contact with Newbs. Peitz would lose power on lap 15 and coast to a stop. Newbs would also retire to the infield. Hull tried to use the high line in turns 1 & 2 to gain ground on McCarl, but there were some menacing ruts up there. Houseman called it quits on lap 16. Jimmy Davies made contact with a tractor tire on the inside of turn three on lap 18, barrel rolling his piece, and bringing out the only red of the night. Steward had used attrition, among other things to catapult his way solidly into the top 10. The rest of the order stayed the same, with the exception of Rogerson bowing out after a solid run in the top 5, and Mincer slipping by Hart. It was McCarl's 3rd Sprint Invader feature win (in I believe the 3 races he's run with the series), as he extended his points lead and picked up $1,000. The main incentive for him to run the series is to be eligible for the sanctioning body's inclusion in the Brodix Tournament of Champions at Knoxville August 10th (and the $4,000 first prize money for the winner). The Sprint Invaders will be at Donnellson tonight, although McCarl will be at Husets. It was stated, however, that Eric Vanderploeg will be steering McCarl's 360 machine at Donnellson. Cruisers Heat #1 #35s Jody Small & Dan Raymond, Rutledge, MO, #43S Josh Soper & Michael St. Clair, Kahoka, MO, #87 Donnie Peters & Greg Peters, Quincy, IL Heat #2 #34H David Hudson & Sara Small, Memphis, MO, #23 , #42 Brian Overhulser & Sean Verdon, St. Francisville, MO FEATURE #23 Kevin & Dustin Hetrick #35s Jody Small & Dan Raymond, Rutledge, MO #87 Donnie Peters & Greg Peters, Quincy, IL #34H David Hudson & Sara Small, Memphis, MO #42 Brian Overhulser & Sean Verdon, St. Francisville, MO #05 Tanya Weitholder & Candy Uppinghouse #10 Todd Moon & Chad Venghaus #43S Josh Soper & Michael St. Clair, Kahoka, MO #1 Paul Skow & Steve Anderson #44H Gordon Hudson & Brad Hudson, Arbela, MO #9 Scott Weirather & Chris Frakes, Keokuk, IA #8UP Daniel Robbins & Paul Proush, Greentop, MO #7 Doug Hyle & Matt Myers, Coatsville #26 Derek Boyd & Marty Smith Hobby Stocks Heat #1 #00 Matt Tucker, #43S Jeff Soper, #60 Luke McLaughlin Heat #2 #11 Mark Holt, #36 Jason Overhulser, #11W Wyatt Green Heat #3 #2 Tony Becerra, #30C Abe Huls, #4/D Doug Small FEATURE #11 Mark Holt, Memphis, MO #4D Doug Small, Baring, MO #43s Jeff Soper, Kahoka, MO #22J Greg Johnson, Burlington, IA #2 Tony Becerra, Carthage, IL #11W Wyatt Green, Burnside, IL #36 Jason Overhulser, Alexandria, MO #60 Luke McLaughlin, Mediapolis, IA #52 Chris Wibble, Dallas City, IL #55 Jim Lynch, Farmington, IA #2T Beau Taylor, Canton, MO #47 Tim Pettibone, Moravia, IA #40 Rick Hudson #B52 Steve Anderson, Downing, MO #00 Matt Tucker, Lomax, IL #3D Rodger Dresden, Keokuk, IA #8 Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, IA #20R Jay Robinson #30C Abe Huls, Carthage, IL #95 Jeremy Hamlin, Memphis, MO Miller Lite Modifieds FEATURE #45 Tony Fraise, Montrose, IA #B4 Jim Roach, Kahoka, MO #82M Ryan Meyer, Liberty, IL #M50 Rod Smith, Monmouth, IL #29 Dennis Elliot #11D Darin Thye, Burlington, IA #69 Tom Goble, Burlington, IA #97X Chris Eggers #35 Hank DeLonjay #3H Lonne Heap #21W Jerry Weisenberger, Quincy, IL #00 Tim Tucker, Lomax, IL #0 Kelly Smith, Kirksville, MO #157 Rick German, Hallsville, MO #27L Casey Lancaster, Glenwood, MO #7 David Holder #8 Gary Dryer, Fowler, IL #5 Tommy Gordray, Browning #79 Robby Warner, Quincy, IL #82W Dental Williams #23 Michael Irwin, Keokuk, IA #2R Jerry Reese, #157wLarry Winn, Hallsville, MO #10 Jim Gillenwater, Keokuk, IA DID NOT START A-MAIN #12 Bob Dale, Gorin, MO #8Z Bobby Cookson #2 David Snyder, Greentop, MO #05 David Weitholder #70 #21R #77B Bruce Summers #7

Redmon Report

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by Fourth district Missouri State Representative Craig Redmon

Greetings from the Capitol,

 We have nearly reached the end of session and are working harder than ever to sure up the loose ends this session. Below I have an update on progress I have made with my own bills, but first I want to mention some progress made on one of my colleague’s bills.

Representative Bernskoetter’s HB 2057 (Concealed Carry Permit) was Third Read and Passed on the House Floor this Monday. It has now been First and Second Read in the Senate and was referred to the Senate Committee on Transportation, Infrastructure, and Public Safety.

This bill will strengthen our 2nd amendment right. In particular it limits the total dollar amount a person can be charged through any number of fees required to purchase a concealed carry permit to $100. No additional fee can be charged for finger printing, background checks, or anything else besides the permit itself. It also expands the right to use deadly force on private property. It specifies that guests on a private property, with the authority of the property owner can use deadly force in specified instances. I think this bill will help expand the peoples access to the 2nd amendment and I am in strong support of these changes to our laws.

(For more info http://www.house.mo.gov/billsummary.aspx?bill=HB2057&year=2016&code=R)

 Update on my bills

 HB 1448- Changes the laws regarding sales and use tax exemptions for utilities used or consumed in the preparation of food. This Monday HB 1448 was taken up on the House Floor for Third Reading. It was passed 108 Ayes to 44 Noes. It was then reported to the Senate and First Read. On Thursday the Senate Second Read and Referred HB 1448 to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means. A Public Hearing has now been scheduled for this Tuesday, the 3rd, at 12:00 in Senate Hearing Room 1.

To learn more about my bills go to my Bills Sponsored Page at http://house.mo.gov/billreport.aspx?select=xSponsorDistrict:004&sortoptions=xsponsor&year=2016&code=R. There you can find the bill summaries, full text, reports from hearings and past actions and amendments.

If you have any questions or comments feel free to reach out to me by email at Craig.Redmon@house.mo.gov or phone by calling 573-751-3644.

Have a great weekend,

Craig

Candidates Sought for 2016 Scotland County Fair Queen Contest

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The Scotland County Fair Board is now seeking candidates for the 2016 Scotland County Fair Queen contest.

Young women from Scotland, Knox, and Schuyler counties between the ages of 17 and 24 are eligible to enter. The coronation will be held on July 11th at the Scotland County Fairgrounds at Memphis and the winner will be able to represent Scotland County at the 2016 Missouri State Fair.

Several events are being planned for the candidates which includes a trip to the Miss Missouri pageant in Mexico, MO.  A meeting will be held on June 1 at the Scotland County Fairgrounds for anyone interested in being a candidate.

For more information, please call 660-341-8558.

Brandon Alexander Honored in Missouri Times 30 Under 30 Feature

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A Scotland County graduate’s work in the Missouri political arena recently was recognized by one of the industry’s leading publications.

The Missouri Times named Brandon Alexander as part of the 2016 30 Under 30 feature, which recognizes 30 rising young stars in Missouri politics.

Alexander, who graduated from Northwest Missouri State University following his days at SCR-I, went on to complete an internship in the Missouri Senate before working for Representative Tony Dugger. Last year he took the position of digital campaign manager with Victory Enterprises, a comprehensive political and corporate consulting and communications firm based in Davenport, IA, with satellite offices in St. Louis, MO, and Springfield, IL.

The Missouri Times listed Alexander as one of the state’s up-and-coming political movers stating

“Alexander previously worked in the House, meeting and impressing the large Republican caucus. Now he puts those relationships and knowledge to use managing digital campaigns alongside Joe Lakin with Victory Enterprises. Next time you see a dramatic improvement in a Republican’s social media presence, chances are Alexander just picked up a new client.”

Juror Appreciation Week Thanks More Than 69,000 Missourians Who Reported for Jury Duty

Judges, lawyers and court clerks thank the 69,098 Missourians who reported for jury duty in state courts in 2016 as part of Missouri’s Juror Appreciation Week held May 1 through May 7, 2016. During the week, court staff and legal professionals will emphasize to jurors how important their contributions are to the courts, their communities and our legal system.

Missouri Bar President Erik Bergmanis said it is important to remember the right to trial by a jury is one of the fundamental guarantees included in the Bill of Rights.

“We thank the more than 69,000 Missourians who reported to jury duty last year,” Bergmanis said. “We understand jury duty can be inconvenient, but the right to a jury trial is fundamental to our liberty and democracy. That’s why we commend the thousands of Missouri citizens who reported to serve on a jury.”

More than 50 courthouses throughout the state will observe the week in different ways. Many will display a Missouri Bar poster that thanks jurors for doing their part. Judges also may take additional time to thank jurors and to acknowledge the significance of their service.

This year’s poster features the phrase “the jury is the heart of the American justice system,” echoing words from Founding Father and second president of the United States, John Adams, who in 1774 stated “representative government and trial by jury are the heart and lungs of liberty.”

Missouri is one of only a few states that hold a statewide Juror Appreciation Week. The observance began in 2000 by an order of the Supreme Court of Missouri, which states, “Each year thousands of Missourians perform one of the most significant civic duties granted to citizens — they serve as fair and impartial jurors in communities throughout the state. To honor those citizens who have performed their civic duty, all Missouri courts are directed to observe Juror Appreciation Week…”

Visit the event webpage to learn more about Juror Appreciation Week, watch a video on the importance of jurors, or take a quiz to test your knowledge on jury service.

The Missouri Bar is a statewide organization that is dedicated to improving the legal profession, the law and the administration of justice for all Missourians. Created in 1944 by order of the Supreme Court of Missouri, it serves all 30,000 of Missouri’s practicing lawyers. The Missouri Bar provides a wide range of services and resources to its members, as well as the media, educators and the citizens of Missouri. To learn more about The Missouri Bar, visit www.mobar.org and www.MissouriLawyersHelp.org.

Bible Grove Bar B Saddle Club Meets

The Bar B Saddle Club had their monthly meeting on April 27 at the club building. They will be holding a poker ride for horses and ATV’s this Saturday, May 7th starting at the club house with sign up starting at noon and the ride starting at 1:00 p.m. Entry fee is $5.00 per hand with a carry-in wiener roast following. All are welcome to attend!

Final preparations were made for the poker ride and wiener roast at the meeting. The next meeting will be Thursday, May 19th at 6:00 p.m. at the club house. Come on out to their event and support the newly formed saddle club.

Music Department Hosting Used Instrument Drive

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That trumpet in the attic was made to make music. The guitar case in the garage is collecting dust instead of being played by the next great musician.

If you have any good used, or easily repairable musical instruments would you consider putting them back to work? The Scotland County R-I Band is hosting a used instrument drive to find more pieces to put in the hands of youth wanting to learn how to make music.

“This is an excellent way for donors to ensure that their unused instruments find a new home in the hands of promising young students who are unable to afford or obtain a suitable instrument of their own,” said SCR-I band booster Ellen Aylward. Of course, cash donations will also be accepted to help offset the costs of repairs and refitting these instruments for future use.”

A starter trumpet can cost several hundred dollars, with violins, guitars and drum sets being even more expensive.

Donors to the SCR-I instrument drive will receive a receipt for fair market value for the music item, making the donation tax deductible.

For more information contact SCR-I music director Nathaniel Orr at 660-216-5426 or the SCR-I High School at 465-8907.

Sheriff’s Office to Join Youth Alcohol Enforcement Crackdown

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The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Youth Alcohol Enforcement Campaign is joining the National Crackdown in an effort to reduce drunk driving fatalities.  The ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign will target substance-impaired drivers.

Local and state law enforcement will be out in full force as part of the annual nationwide May/Youth Alcohol Enforcement Crackdown ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ substance-impaired driving crackdown.  The crackdown, which will include high-visibility enforcement throughout Scotland County, will run from May 5-16, 2016.

The effective nationwide substance-impaired driving crackdown will also include high-visibility enforcement, high-profile events, and will be supported by national paid advertising, creating a comprehensive campaign to curb substance-impaired driving during the enforcement period.

The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office said its deputies will be aggressively looking for substance-impaired drivers during the crackdown and will arrest anyone caught driving impaired.

Although it is illegal in all 50 States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to drive impaired (having a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher), far too many people across the nation get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol or other illegal drugs. The latest statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration underscore the serious nature of the nation’s continuing drunk driving epidemic.

“Every year, about one-third of all motor vehicle traffic deaths involve one or more substance-impaired drivers or motorcycle operators,” said Chief Deputy Bryan Whitney. “In 2015, 178 people were killed and 605 seriously injured on Missouri’s roadways in crashes that involved at least one substance-impaired driver.” That works out to approximately one substance-impaired driver involved fatality every two days.

Whitney added the St. Patrick’s Day holiday is particularly dangerous. During the Youth Alcohol Enforcement Campaign May 1-12, 2015, four people were killed and eighteen seriously injured involving at least one substance-impaired driver that was under 21 years of age.

Research has shown that high-visibility enforcement like the ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign reduces substance-impaired driving fatalities by as much as 20 percent. By joining this nationwide effort, we will make Scotland County’s roadways safer for everyone throughout the holiday,” said Whitney.

“We want to remind everyone that getting behind the wheel impaired is a terrible idea. Unfortunately, not only does being under the influence impair your ability to operate a vehicle safely, it also impairs your judgment and good sense about whether you can, or should drive. If you have any doubt about your sobriety, do not get behind the wheel. If you do chose to drive impaired, you will be arrested. No warnings. No excuses,” Whitney said.

He also noted that being arrested for driving under the influence of any substance brings a wide range of negative consequences into one’s life. Substance—impaired drivers face jail time, loss of their driver licenses, and steep financial consequences such as higher insurance rates, attorney fees, court costs, lost time at work, and the potential loss of their job. When family, friends and co-workers find out, violators also often face tremendous personal embarrassment.

“Driving while impaired is simply not worth the risk. So don’t take the chance. Remember, we will be out in force and we will be watching, so ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over,” said Whitney.

For more information, visit the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign Headquarters at www.TrafficSafetyMarketing.gov, or www.saveMOlives.com.

SCR-I School Menus

Breakfast

Thursday, May 5 – Breakfast Burrito, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Orange Wedge/Grapes, Juice/Milk

Friday, May 6 – Muffin for Mom, Muffins, Choice of Cereal, Orange Rings, Juice/Milk

Monday, May 9 – Donuts, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Fruit Medley, Juice/Milk

Tuesday, May 10 – Cinnamon Rolls, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Orange Rings, Juice/Milk

Wednesday, May 11 – Breakfast Pizza, Choice of Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Orange Rings, Juice/Milk.

Thursday, May 12 – Breakfast Burrito, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Orange Wedge/Grapes, Juice/Milk

Lunch

Thursday, May 5 – Spaghetti/Meat Sauce, Chicken Quesadillas, Hamburger Bar, Buttered Corn, Garlic Bread, Sliced Peaches, Fresh Fruit

Friday, May 6 – Sack Lunch

Monday, May 9 – Hot Dog/Bun, Bar BQ Ribb/Bun, 5th/6th Grade Chef Salad, Scalloped Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Mandarin Orange Slices, Fresh Fruit

Tuesday, May 10 – Cheeseburger/Bun, Tenderloin/Bun, 5th/6th Grade Taco Bar, Oven Ready Fries, Tomato Slices and Pickles, Applesauce, Fresh Fruit

Wednesday, May 11 – Chicken and Noodles, Sliced Ham, 5th/6th Grade Potato Bar, Whipped Potatoes/Gravy, Broccoli/Cheese Sauce, Dinner Roll, Sliced Pears, Fresh Fruit

Thursday, May 12 – Corn Dog, Chicken Fajitas, Hamburger Bar, Green Beans, Garlic Bread, Sliced Peaches, Fresh Fruit

Help Us Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

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by SCR-I Superintendent Ryan Bergeson

On teacher appreciation week, we would like to take time to thank the teachers and faculty members at the Scotland County R-1 School District for their dedication and commitment to our students.  To quote the great Todd Whitaker “it is people and not programs that make the biggest difference.”  Great teachers make great public schools and the Scotland County R-1 School District is fortunate to have so many great teachers. faculty and coaches leading our youth.   Teacher Appreciation Week is recognized Monday, May 2 through Friday, May 6 this week at the Scotland County R-1 School District and we encourage you to thank a teacher this week that has made a positive impact on your life.

“Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.”
John F. Kennedy

ANNA GENEVA PARRISH (10/5/1928 – 5/1/2016)

Anna Geneva Parrish, age 87, of Montevallo, MO, passed away May 1, 2016 at Cedar County Memorial Hospital after a short illness.

She was born October 5, 1928, to Arthur and Eunice Egbert in Gorin, MO. She attended and graduated from Gorin School in 1947. Anna was a member of Gorin Methodist Church since her childhood.

After graduation she worked at National Fidelity Life Insurance in Kansas City, MO where she met many life-long friends, including her future sister-in-law, Madelene Parrish, who introduced her to her husband, Cap.

They married November 18, 1961 in Kansas City, MO. At that time Anna began her life-long career of being a homemaker and farm wife. She enjoyed raising chickens, working in the garden and attending to her flowers. After the tornado in 2006, Anna and Cap still remained on the farm in their new home.

On July 10, 1963, her son, Jeff, was born. The biggest joy of her life came in September 9, 2002 when her grandson Cameron Albert Parrish (Little Cap) was born. She enjoyed helping Cameron with all of his activities and getting his chickens ready for the fair. Even after Cap’s death, she enjoyed going with her son Jeff and grandson, Cameron to toy tractor shows.

Anna was a very loving and caring person. She enjoyed special occasions at Chicken Annies which was her favorite place to eat. She was looking forward to going there on Mother’s Day.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Cap Parrish; her parents, Arthur and Eunice Egbert; one son, Larry; one brother, Arthur Parrish; nephews, Kevin Parrish and Gray Calvin, her in-laws, Grace and Albert Parrish.

Anna is survived by one son, Jeff Parrish of Montevallo, MO; grandchildren, Cameron and Kelsey; two sisters-in-law, Madelene Parrish and Virginia Egbert; and a niece, Kim Calvin.

Funeral services are being held Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. at Sheldon Funeral Home in El Dorado Springs, MO.  Interment will be in the Virgil City Cemetery, Virgil City, MO.

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