Crawford County News

CASA looking for volunteers

    Do you have a few hours a month that could be used to benefit a child in foster care?  Mid-Ozark CASA is looking for a few good volunteers willing to spend time with Crawford County’s children in need.  Janet Jones, CASA’s volunteer coordinator for Crawford County, is ready to begin a new training class and is eager to expand her corps of volunteers.

Commission questioned on past road maintenance

Crawford County Commissioners have been confronted with several road issues in recent months – two involving questions on county maintenance of roadways that may or may not be the responsibility of the county. Residents from Rustic Acres and Jinney Lane have approached the commission to question why their roadways once maintained by county crews are no longer receiving the same care.

I-44 stop leads to trafficking charges

Drug trafficking charges have been filed against a Lee’s Summit woman stopped on Interstate 44 in Crawford County on April 2. Ashley Lynn Crow, 32, faces a class A felony charge for first degree trafficking as a result of the probable cause search conducted during the traffic stop.