Highway Patrol assists Miller County Sheriff's Office
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the afternoon of September 18, 2018, the Miller County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the Missouri State Highway Patrol in apprehending a male subject who fled on foot from a domestic disturbance in rural Miller County. Troopers from the Lake of the Ozarks area responded to the scene. The Patrol’s helicopter 93MP was requested and responded, also.
Mt. Olive Baptist Church had a Sunday school attendance of 78 and a morning worship attendance of 133 Sunday morning. Intercessory prayer was led by Mike Nichols and he also led the children’s Bible moment.
The Sunday school attendance at the Corticelli Baptist Church Sunday morning was 66. A birthday offering was given by Leroy Porter. The deacon of the week is David Papen. Special music was by the women’s group. Those in the group were Amy Wright, Molly Amos, Debbie Schroer, Penny Knoche and Darla Hickey. Those singing in the praise and worship group were Debbie and Erin Schroer, Darla Hickey, Penny Knoche and Kelsie and Natalie Henderson.
The Sunday School attendance at Enon Baptist Church Sunday morning was 25 with 37 attending the morning worship service. Shirley Goldammer gave the Sunday school report, welcome and announcements. Kathy Sluyter led the children’s message. The intercessory prayer time was led by Shirley Goldammer. Special music was by the choir and Rev. Maurico Vargas brought the morning message. Sunday evening Bible study was led by Rev. Vargas.
Please keep in prayer those affected by the hurricane on the east coast, Bud and Sharon Abbott, Audrey Lee (been in the hospital all this past week), Reggie and Christy Rush’s grandson, Lane (some autoimmune problems that are being looked at), Rosalee Hendry, Scott Garner, Dan Bax, Gladys Miekley, Ellen Horton (in Miller County Care Center), Quentin Lupardus (praise report, he is back to work, but the blood clot is still there and being closely watched), Shirley Mason, Morris Mace, Brenda Haley, Ellen Horton, Bill Hensley, Mary Rogers, Debbie Hulsey, Jacob Horton, Alisha Burks, Daniel Wry, Easton Rustemeyer, LuAnne Whittle, Sherry Plemmons, Chet Jenkins, James Spark, Janice Beard, Paul and Marlene Sharaga, DeWayne Wood, Diane Kruger, Jason Howard, Bob Wyrick, Sheldon McGowin, William Rush, Greg Whittle, Diane Knotson, Sonny Irwin, Ed and Gerri Teal, Vickie Mace, Donna Moss, Cherish DeGraffenreid, Joyce Baron, Steve Helton, T.L. Taylor, Dr. Kirk (from Eldon), Joyce Rodden, Gilbert Bryant, Beverly Phiffer, Keith Glawson, Hunter Bushnell, Louie Hawken, Darlene Plemmons (Bud Abbott’s aunt), Joe and Donna Albertson, Lucille Steen, Dave Whittle (back on dialysis and transplant list for new kidney), Kelly Coan, J.R. and Diane LeCrone, Kaileen Wilkerson, Benny Kissenger, Danielle Burrows, Larry Huddleston, Dennis and Cyndi York, Lucy Wilkes, Tonya Farley, Diane Pendelton, Rose Secrest, Paula Hedrick, Vickie Brown, Heather Davis, Bill Call, Shirley Hensley, Freda Patterson, Megan Vansell, Arzenie Nixdorf, Joyce Connell, Carol Vernon, Terry Branstetter, Sherry Holtmeyer, Bob McDonald, Wanda Fields, Wayne Blue, Helen Edwards, Denny Hodges, Roy Houston, Gary Putnam, Jan Marie Bender, June Hancock, Bill Williams, Jack Puckett, Mike Patterson, Charles Smith, Shirley Burnett, Billie Sue Pittrich, Sherre Smith, Susie Pryor, Chase Borque, and always our service men and women and our country’s leaders.
Seventeen years ago, our nation was under attack. We watched as planes destroyed the World Trade Center, smashed into the Pentagon, and crashed in Pennsylvania, killing thousands of Americans and crippling families around the country. America was changed forever. Terrorism was no longer a theoretical problem on the other side of the world, but an evil reality on American soil. Nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, a day we as a nation will never forget.
The Rocky Mount Fire Protection District Board Wednesday, Sept. 12 heard about a district boundary concern, approved a transfer to maintain three months of funds in the emergency fund and approved the bid for placement of a storm siren at Camp Sabra.