World War II veteran Reid Stephens, of Bourbon, will be honored in a special ceremony scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Friday at Bourbon High School when he will receive the Order of the Crown, the second highest Belgian Order of Knighthood, from the Belgium government for his service during the Battle of the Bulge.
Bourbon and Leasburg News
• City currently operating with just three officers
Suspended Police Chief Paul Satterfield will appear before the Bourbon City Council on March 2 to determine his future with the city. He was suspended without pay by the council on January 27.
By Alice Bremer
The Bourbon Boosters met at the Community Center on February 4 for the first meeting of 2020. Election of officers was held and all were re-elected to the office they have been serving: Mary Heywood, President; Jenna Kuenzel, Vice President; Alice Bremer, Secretary and Carol Hofstetter, Treasurer.
By Jason Hunsicker, social media & public relations manager at ATSU
On a cold, blustery Saturday morning, A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) student Nathan Boys, OMS II, stood inside the University’s Interprofessional Education Building and surveyed the icy scene outside.
The Bourbon City Council has started the process under state law to remove its police chief, Paul Satterfield, from office. A hearing with Satterfield to make a final determination on his future as the city’s chief law enforcement office has been scheduled for February 10 at 7 p.m., but that meeting could be delayed following a request from Satterfield’s attorney.