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Now Hiring - Texas Roadhouse in Belton

Texas Roadhouse - Belton rebuild is slightly ahead of schedule. They anticipate opening at the end of August or beginning of September.

They have just begun the hiring process. Very Exciting!

The original building was destroyed by a fire earlier in the year.

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Excessive Heat Warning continues

The Excessive Heat Warning continues through Saturday at 7:00 p.m.  The ridge of high pressure continues to influence the weather pattern and most of the central United States is under some form of a heat related advisory, watch or warning.

The main concern remains to be the high temperatures and humidity levels.  Daytime highs will be in the mid to upper 90s with relative humidity levels between 75 and 80 percent.  This is creating dangerous heat conditions.



I've included our Temp Tracker graphic that shows both the actual temperature, and respective heat index value for different times during the day.

I can’t say it enough. If you don’t have to be outdoors during the heat of the day, don’t.  The heat index at noon will be right at 100 degrees and we may be nearing 110 degrees by 4:00 p.m. If you are out in the heat remember, take frequent breaks, drink lots of cold water, and wear loose fitting, light colored clothing.

Sunday looks like the day that we’ll begin to see some relief from the heat. A strong wave will begin to move out of the northern Rockies into the northern plains.  The will push and flatten out the ridge that is causing this oppressive heat event. 

High temperatures on Sunday will fall into the lower 90s and we might be back in the upper 80s on Monday and Tuesday of next week.

Here’s your Quickcast:

Excessive Heat Warning through Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday:  Clear skies, and high temperatures.  Highs in the mid-90s and heat index values above 100 degrees.

Wednesday night: Lots of moonshine under clear skies. Lows in the mid-70s.

Thursday: The heat continues. Clear skies, highs in the upper 90s. Heat index values back to near 110 degrees.

Thursday night: Clear skies, lows in the mid-70s.

Friday: Clear skies, highs in the upper 90s. Heat index near 100 degrees.

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Old Settler

 

THE OLD SETTLER’S DAY REUNION WILL BE CELEBRATED IN BUTLER AS TWO SEPARATE ACTIVITIES.

THE RECOGNITION OF THE OLDEST MAN AND WOMAN BORN IN BATES COUNTY, THE OLDEST PERSON IN ATTENDANCE, AND COUPLES THAT HAVE BEEN MARRIED THE LONGEST AND STILL LIVING IN BATES COUNTY WILL BE RECOGNIZED AND AWARDED PRIZES IN THEIR HONOR. ANTIQUES WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE OLD BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL, WITH REGISTRATION AT NOON .

THE GUEST SPEAKER AND MUSIC IS YET TO BE ANNOUNCED BUT THE MEETING WILL BEGIN AT 2 PM

THE EVENT IS ALSO TIED IN WITH THE ANNUAL “ OLD SETTLER’S DAY DINNER” SERVED BY THE LADIES OF THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN BUTLER. THE ANNUAL CHICKEN POT PIE DINNER WAS FOUNDED BY THE LATE CLETA  YORK  OF BUTLER, ONE OF THE BEST COOKS IN THE BATES COUNTY AREA. THE ANNUAL OLD SETTLER’S DAY DINNER IS AN AWAITED EVENT BY THE PUBLIC AND IS A YEARLY ACTIVITY FOR THE LADIES OF THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. PROCEEDS ARE USED AS A FUND RAISING EVENT FOR CHILDREN’S MERCY HOSPITAL AND VARIOUS SERVICE PROJECTS FOR THE COMMUNITY.

THE DINNER IS HELD THE LAST WEDNESDAY OF AUGUST AND WILL BE ON THE CALENDAR FOR WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17TH . THIS FUND RAISING EVENT WILL INCLUDE CHICKEN POT PIE, MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY, HOME MADE ROLLS AND NOODLES TO INCLUDE   HOME MADE PIE. THE PRICE IS TO BE ANNOUNCED.

THE MEAL FIT FOR A KING, WILL BE SERVED BY THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH LADIES AND WILL BEGIN SERVING AT 11 AM, TILL ALL THE FOOD IS GONE…. WITH DINING AND CARRY OUT FROM THE BASEMENT OF THE CHURCH. THE LADIES REQUEST THAT YOU ENTER THE BASEMENT BY THE WEST DOORS.

THE OLD SETTLERS REUNION WILL START AT 2 PM  AT THE OLD BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING ON PINE STREET AND IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

 

( written by FM-92)

 

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Revision: Demolition is Complete and the Butler Square is Open Once Again

Good news for Butler, after nearly two years of waiting, the collapsed building is finally gone and the square is once again fully accessible.

Casey Koehn, Butler City Administrator, released the information this afternoon that the long-awaited demolition is complete.

The building, formerly the El Dorado Mexican restaurant located on the southeast corner of the square, collapsed after severe thunderstorms moved through the area August 8th of 2015.

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Bates County Sheriff and K-9 Unit Makes Arrest

On 07/13/2016 at approximately 2010 hours Bates County K-9 Narcotics Unit conducted a traffic stop in Bates County at the intersection of AA and county road 2010. The driver of the vehicle was Charles Westmoreland of Butler.  The K-9 officer conducted a search of the vehicle and located approximately ¼ ounce of methamphetamine inside the Monte Carlo. The methamphetamine was collected as evidence. The suspect was arrested and is currently in custody at The Bates County Jail.  Upon further investigation, the K-9 Officer discovered that Westmoreland had three felony warrants out of Bates County for:

Failure to appear x three Possession of controlled substance C felony $20,000.00 cash only

Resisting arrest, Distribution of controlled substance B felony $20,000.00 cash only

Distribution of controlled substance B felony $20,000.00 cash only

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Harrisonville Police issue message for Pokemon Go Players

Earlier today Harrisonville Police released a statement on their Facbook page, below is the message.
Reminder to all our local Pokemon Go players. Please don't catch a trespassing charge while you're out catching em all. Don't go onto other people's property without permission, and stay safely aware of your surroundings.

Also, we're pretty sure Team Mystic has the Harrisonville square on lock-down. Just FYI.
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Discount Branson Tickets at FM-92 the Bullet in Butler 660-679-4191

If you’re a Branson Fan, FM-92 has various Branson Show Tickets at half price.

Acrobats of China in Branson 1st show is September 29th 2016
The “IT” Show in Branson
Forever Young in Branson
The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs Arkansas
Parakeet Pete’s Zipline and Hot Air Balloon in Branson
Million Dollar Quartet in Branson

More show tickets are becoming available daily, so if you are heading to Branson and would like to save money on Branson Show tickets stop by FM-92 Radio Station 800 East Nursery St. in Butler or give us a call for show tickets available. 660-679-4191 Accepting Major Credit Cards.

 

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More heat.... See your extended forecast here

Other day of hot and humid temperatures for west central Missouri.  Mother Nature is turning the thermostat up a little more as we will have highs in the upper 90s for the next three days. 

Humidities are still up as there is plenty of water vapor in the atmosphere.  So that is allowing the heat index to approach 110-degree the next couple of days.

Yes, it hasn’t rained that past few days, but there is excellent transport of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico into the region.  Rain is only one source of moisture to keep the humidity up, the transport of moisture from the gulf region via winds is another.

I’m tracking a potential for rain beginning on Monday. Not a big chance but any moisture we can get would be appreciated.  The source for this rain fall is a cold front that will be extending out of an upper level wave exiting the pacific northwest and travelling through the northern plains along the U.S.- Canada border.

Timing for the front/rainfall is late Sunday into Monday morning.  Models are not in total agreement when the front will pass through and if it will hang around.  So I’m thinking 30-percent chances for Monday through Wednesday.  

Remember, take care of yourself if you out in the heat, and check on your neighbors and pets as well.

Here’s your Quickcast:

Excessive Heat Warning through 7:00 p.m. Saturday

Thursday: Mostly sunny skies, southerly winds 10 to 15 m.p.h. Highs in the upper 90s, heat index values near 110-degrees.

Thursday night: Clear skies, lows in the upper 70s.

Friday: More heat, clear skies highs in the upper 90s, heat index values near 110-degrees.

Friday night:  Clear skies, lows in the upper 70s.

Saturday: Clear skies, highs in the upper 90s.

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The Latest: Missouri delegates in majority on GOP rules vote

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Latest on Missouri delegates to the Republican National Convention (all times local):
5:20 p.m.

Missouri's delegates to the Republican National Convention were largely in the majority on a contentious vote approving the rules for the event.

Opponents of likely presidential nominee Donald Trump sought to defeat the convention rules Monday, partly in hopes of freeing delegates of their pledged support for Trump.

But the rules were declared approved on a voice vote.

State Republican Party Chairman John Hancock said he polled Missouri delegates in advance, and 48 of the 52 supported the rules.

One of those who didn't was Carl Bearden. He says national party leaders "made a mockery of the rules" by not allowing a roll-call vote.

Delegate Brad Lager also opposed the rules. But he says supporters sounded like they had enough votes.

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2 p.m.

Donald Trump could gain a little extra support from Missouri at the Republican National Convention.

Missouri has 52 delegates at the convention that began Monday in Cleveland. Of those, 37 are pledged to Trump as a result of the primary election and 15 were bound to support the presidential bid of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Because Cruz is no longer campaigning, those delegates are free to support someone else.

Cruz delegate Gordon Kinne, of Springfield, said Monday that he will support Trump.

Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock says he is polling other Cruz delegates to see if they also will vote to nominate Trump. Several of them told The Associated Press they plan to stick with their pledge for Cruz.

© 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

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Amber Alert issued for 2-year-old Kansas boy

Marissa Mae Barrett, 23, is considered the suspect in the case.

An Amber Alert has been issued for a 2-year-old Kansas boy.

Walter T. Erickson was last seen by his grandmother on Wednesday afternoon.

He was wearing a lime green shirt and diaper when he was last seen at 406 East 4th Street in Smith Center, KS. Erickson has blond hair and is 2'0" and weighs about 30 pounds.

According to the Kansas Bureau of Investigations, the mother was observed in the area prior to the abduction and is considered the suspect.

Her name is Marissa Mae Barrett, 23. Barrett is 5'3" and has blond hair and green eyes.

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Bates County Sheriff and K-9 Unit Makes Arrest

On 07/13/2016 at approximately 2010 hours Bates County K-9 Narcotics Unit conducted a traffic stop in Bates County at the intersection of AA and county road 2010. The driver of the vehicle was Charles Westmoreland of Butler.  The K-9 officer conducted a search of the vehicle and located approximately ¼ ounce of methamphetamine inside the Monte Carlo. The methamphetamine was collected as evidence. The suspect was arrested and is currently in custody at The Bates County Jail.  Upon further investigation, the K-9 Officer discovered that Westmoreland had three felony warrants out of Bates County for:

Failure to appear x three Possession of controlled substance C felony $20,000.00 cash only

Resisting arrest, Distribution of controlled substance B felony $20,000.00 cash only

Distribution of controlled substance B felony $20,000.00 cash only

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Storm Chances and Complete Forecast

Not a bad weekend.  Temperatures on Sunday ranged from 95 at Paola and Nevada to 89 at La Cygne and Clinton.  More of that is ahead for your Monday.  Temperatures look to be in the upper 80s to low 90s.  For Tuesday were seeing more of the same ahead of a trough that will be moving along the U.S. Canadian border.
The humidity is up as there is no elements blocking moisture moving northward from the gulf.  This will be enhanced by southerly winds both Monday and Tuesday of 10 to 15 m.p.h. Some location will see gusts up to 25 m.p.h.
For that reason, watch your exposure to the heat as the heat index both Monday and Tuesday will push to 100 degrees. Some areas might see values above 100 degrees.
Associated with the trough is a cold front that is stringing down through the northern and central plains.  The front will be moving through the region late on Wednesday into Thursday morning.
We’ll begin to see rain and storm chances late in the day on Monday into Tuesday morning.  The SPC has the area under marginal risk for severe storms.  Marginal risk means that isolated severe thunderstorms are possible. These storms will have a low tornado risk, winds to 60 m.p.h. and hail up to one inch in diameter.
Locations to the north and west of Kansas City are in an area of slight risk. So if you planning to travel in that direction be advised of the greater risk there.
Rain chances associated with this system begin late on Monday night, most likely after midnight, and run through the end of the week.  We’ll see a 30-percent chance on Tuesday and a 40-percent chance of rain the rest of the week.
Here’s your Quickcast:
Monday: Sunny skies, southerly winds of 10 to 15 with gusts up to 20 m.p.h. High of 91 heat index values between 98 to 102 degrees.
Monday night: Partly cloudy skies. 30-percent chance for showers and thundershowers, mainly after midnight. Low of 73.
Tuesday: Partly sunny skies, southerly winds of 10 to 15 with gusts up to 20 m.p.h.  High of 91, heat index values between 98 to 102 degrees.
Tuesday night: Rain chances increase, 40-percent chance of showers and thundershowers, low of 72.
Wednesday: Partly sunny skies, 40-percent chance of showers and thundershowers, high of 90.

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