The Friends of the Maclay Home recognized retiring board members during the board's annual meeting Tuesday night at Tipton City Hall. President James Albin, left, presented each with a framed photograph of the Maclay Home and a certificate of appreciation. With him from the left are Jim Martin, an original member of the board who served 32 years, Nancy Martin, retiring after three years, and Clyde Gerber who has served the Friends organization for 15 years. Officers re-elected for the coming year in addition to Albin are Evan Garber, vice president, Gloria Knipp, secretary, and Gay Nau, treasurer.
Chamber names comedy act
by Becky Holloway
A comedy duo, including the first female comedian to appear in Tipton, has been booked for the Chamber of Commerce Comedy Night. The announcement was made at Thursday's meeting of chamber members at Bobbio's Eatery.
Randy Combs uses a bobcat to dump rock and old asphalt that had been cleared away so new asphalt can be poured on Morgan Street Tuesday afternoon, April 22. Sealing streets and drives that had been dug up for the water line replacement project is the final step in the project completed by Combs Construction.
Worker hit in work zone
A flagwoman was struck by a vehicle on 300 feet west of Route BB on Highway 50 on Tuesday morning, April 22.
Junior high principal leaving
for Sedalia teaching post
The Tipton R-VI Junior High Principal has accepted a position at Smith Cotton and is resigning his position here.
Gary Morris, Tyler Stayton and Ryder Bell load hanging plant baskets purchased at the annual spring FFA plant sale into the trunk of Jenny Morris's car at Tipton High School on Monday afternoon, April 21. A small crowd made their way to the greenhouse for the opening of the first day of the sale that features flowering plants and vegetables.
Verna Koechner, left, waits for Mary Williamson, center, and Mary Jane Koechner to make their final purchases so she can tally their total bills at the St. Andrew's Altar Society Bake Sale Saturday morning. Held at Tipton City Hall, the bake sale has been an Altar Society Easter tradition for many years.
City court holds April session
Monday, April 21
Police make multiple arrests
The Tipton Police Department reported the following activity this week.
TCC reports inmate's death
An inmate incarcerated at the Tipton Correctional Center died Saturday morning, April 19 at the insitution.
Clarksburg display at museum ends Sunday, April 27
Sunday is the last day to view the special display about Clarksburg at the Moniteau County Historical Society museum.
Truman Days set for May 9
The Moniteau County Democratic Central Committee will host its annual Truman Days dinner on Friday, May 9.
SFCC enrollment opens; new programs offered for fall
Enrollment at State Fair Community College is underway for the summer and fall semesters. Summer minimester sessions on the Sedalia campus and online run from May 19 to May 30; the last day to enroll is May 13. The summer session begins June 2.
Central Missouri Sales Company, Sedalia
Deeds record changes in property ownership
The following changes in property ownership were filed recently with the Moniteau County Recorder of Deeds. This report is a brief description of the deeds filed with the recorder. For a complete description of the properties visit the recorder's office at the Moniteau County Courthouse in California.
Moniteau County Court proceedings
Infractions, Misdemeanor, Criminal Felony and Civil Cases Disposed
MCMC invites public to grand opening
Moniteau Christian Ministries Center will host a grand opening and building dedication from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 27 at 303 Latham Road, California. The public is invited to share in the dedication and grand opening celebration. Refreshments will be served and tours of the new facility will be given.