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Stories from Saturday, December 24, 2011

Joel Lundry sentenced, given probation (12/24/11)
Joel Leon Lundry, 32, of Salem has received a fine and probation, after reaching a plea agreement in a criminal case, for allegedly arranging for his vehicle to be burned so he could collect insurance on it. During the Dec. 5 session of Fulton Circuit Court, Lundry pleaded guilty to Attempted Theft by Deception...
Angel Tree program faces challenges and keeps on giving (12/24/11)
As Dec. 25th approaches, most of us feel the increasing pressure to finish up shopping, purchase food for Christmas dinner and deal with last minute holiday details, but the Christmas pressure and deadlines come even earlier for the group of Santa's helpers who run Fulton County's Angel Tree program...
License Office up for bid (12/24/11)
Interested groups or individuals have until Jan. 3, 2012, to bid to operate the Thayer License Office. The Office of Administration recently issued a request for proposal asking for bids to manage the office. The ability for people or groups to bid to run local license offices is part of Gov. Jay Nixon's reformed competitive process that requires the Missouri Department of Revenue to choose office agents that present the best proposals for customer service and financial efficiency...
Ash Fat Fire Department planning to begin again (12/24/11)
Putting an Ash Flat Fire Station back on track, the annual budget, and a new subdivision were the main topics of discussion at the Dec. 13 meeting of the Ash Flat City Council. After a presentation by local architect Larry Bronson, the council voted to hire him to prepare a specifications book for the city's new fire department building, in order to put it out for bid once again. ...