Bourbon and Leasburg News

Part of former Bourbon police chief’s lawsuit dismissed, but case to proceed

    In Crawford County Circuit Court on Monday, Presiding Judge Kelly Parker dismissed parts of former Bourbon police chief Paul Satterfield’s lawsuit against the city of Bourbon which was filed in the wake of his firing earlier this year. The ruling released the mayor and individual council members from some potential liability but allowed part of the case against the city and council members to proceed.

Lewis awarded Bill Wallis Scholarship

                  Ashlyn Lewis, a 2020 graduate of Bourbon High School, has been selected to receive the Bill Wallis Scholarship, administered by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. The scholarship provides $2,000 in financial assistance for her education.

City seeks to dismiss lawsuit brought by former police chief

    The city of Bourbon is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it, the mayor, and city council by former police chief Paul Satterfield. Arguments on a motion to throw out the lawsuit were presented in Crawford County Circuit Court on August 11.

New pastor welcomed to Seventh-day Adventist Churches in Bourbon, Rolla and Sullivan

    The Seventh-day Adventist Churches in the Bourbon, Rolla and Sullivan District are pleased to welcome a new Pastoral family to serve in this area.   Elder Bryan Gallant accepted the call to come to this rural Missouri district with his wife, Penny and their four children, Elijah, Hannah, Noah and Hadassah.