Jan. 7 is the last day to register for the Feb. 3, 2004, Presidential Primary election.
Traffic Fines Paid by Mail
Traffic Fines Paid by Mail
The following are traffic cases which were heard in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County involving a plea of guilty without contest and payment of the standard fine plus court costs. The total fines assessed for defendants who reside outside of Missouri was $1,757 for 25 tickets. The total fines assessed for defendants who reside in
Bradford Ballenger, 47, Gladstone, and Randy D. Bowen, 47, Kearney, were each charged Dec. 28 with possession of a controlled substance, Class C felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. They were arrested during a traffic stop on I-35 by the Highway Patrol and processed by the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department. Both were held at Midwest Security Housing until arraignment on Dec. 30 when they each posted reduced
James Lewis, bridge supervisor, met with the commission reporting on the condition of equipment and routine repairs being made.
At 9 a.m. as advertised, the preliminary budget hearing was held. Linda Adkins, Circuit Clerk, met with the commission reporting that her budget would have no significant changes from last year. The Associate Court’s budget was submitted. The commission discussed priorities for the coming year.
January — June, 2003
The Daviess County Circuit Clerk and Recorder’s Office will officially divide on Jan. 1, 2003. “Nothing I’d been told about India prepared me for anything I saw while I was there,” says Faith Ripple, graduate of Gallatin High School. Faith spent 25 days in India. A monster drought that has gripped parts of the West for five years has crept into western Missouri and
…but causes of mad cow are still unproven
The recent case of mad cow disease in an animal imported from Canada has some U.S. consumers fretting about the safety of their beef, but a University of Missouri animal scientist said any chance of infection is infinitesimal.
At the same time, Eric Berg said, too little is known about bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), which has been linked to a form of
Jameson couple has filed a federal suit against law enforcement officers
A Jameson couple has filed a federal suit against law enforcement officers for executing a search warrant on the wrong home two years ago, according to an article in the Dec. 31, 2003, issue of the St. Joseph News-Press.
Terry and Charlene Kinnison are suing Daviess County Sheriff Kevin Heldenbrand along with officers and deputies of the Daviess County
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