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Ice Cream Social planned for August 1 in Bourbon

    The United Methodist Women of Bourbon are busy planning and preparing for their Ice Cream Social again this year. It was a tradition for many years, but abandoned for awhile. Then last year they brought back many of the recipes that had been used, treasured, savored, and will be used again. This event has been their main fund raiser to help support various projects and charities throughout the year for not only local, but national and foreign needs.

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Woman charged with stealing purse

A Bourbon woman has been charged with stealing without consent, a class C felony, after she allegedly snatched a purse from the McDonald’s restaurant in Cuba on June 27.

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Bourbon School Board July Meeting Notes

Action Items:
•    The board approved Consent Agenda, which included approval of the June 19, 2014 and June 30, 2014 minutes, paying all bills and salaries, authorizing bids for resealing and restriping the elementary/middle school parking lot, and approval of the following policy, procedures, and form revisions:  AC – Prohibition Against Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation; AH – Use of Tobacco Products and Imitation Tobacco Products; GBBDA – Family and Medical Leave; Policy JFCI – Student Drug Testing; Procedure JFCI-AP – Student Drug Testing; Student Drug Testing Consent Form; and Student Drug Testing Self-Report Form.

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Informational meeting at Onondaga Cave on July 5

The public is invited to bring their ideas to an informational meeting at Onondaga Cave State Park on July 5. The open house-style meeting will be held from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. at the Visitors Center.

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Meth raid made at area hotel

    Three people were charged for having meth in their hotel room at the Chateau Inn in Cuba on August 13.

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Leo Sanders elected chairman of MRPC transportation committee

    The Meramec Region Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) elected a new slate of officers at its August meeting as two-term Chairman John Petersen reached his term limit. Crawford County Presiding Commissioner Leo Sanders will lead the group through the next year as chairman, while Dent County Presiding Commissioner Darrell Skiles willserve as vice chair and Washington County Presiding Commissioner Marvin Wright will serve as secretary to the group.

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