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Thursday, March 17, 2016

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Atchison County
Commission meeting

The Atchison County
Commission met March 3,
2016, at the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port,
Missouri. Present were: Curt
Livengood, Presiding Commissioner; David P. Chapin,
North District Commissioner; Richard Burke, South
District Commissioner; and
Susette Taylor, Clerk of the
Minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
Bills were reviewed, approved and ordered paid.
Steve Joesting was present to observe the meeting.
Adam Meyer, Road &
Bridge Supervisor, was present to review state bids for a
new 2016 F450 4x4 utility/
service truck for the department. The lowest state bid
in the area was Joe Machens
Capital City Ford in Jefferson City. The base price is
$39,620 with add-ons for a
total of $50,492. This would
replace the department’s
current service truck in the
department. The commissioners voted to accept the
state bid of $50,492.
Presiding Commissioner
Livengood reported that he
and Commissioner Chapin
attended the TAC (Transportation Advisory Committee)
meeting in Maryville Tuesday evening. The committee
voted to move the bridge on
Route J in Atchison County
to the top of MoDOT’s list
just behind two bridges on
Highway 46 in Nodaway
Lorie Hall, Circuit Clerk,
requested that the commissioners approve payments
to Irene Lager. Irene is currently working in the office
under funding from OSCA
Special Projects. She has
already reached her 1,000

hour limit and the new project year does not begin until
June 1, 2016. Lorie stated
that due to the work load of
the project Irene is working
on she needs her to remain
on staff now and requested
that her payment for hours
worked for the next nine
weeks be run through the
county since they have a
federal tax number and the
funds would be reimbursed
to the county out of funds
held by the Circuit Clerk’s
office. Clerk Taylor explained
that this was not budgeted
by their office at budget
time so it would need to
come from other funds they
had budgeted within their
fund. Clerk Hall agreed to
cut back in other budgeted
areas to allow enough to
fund the project. The commissioners voted to approve
the payment.
Notice was received that
the 2016-17 assessment
maintenance plan has now
been approved by the State
Tax Commission.


The following marriage
licenses were filed in the
office of Eliza Beasing, Recorder, at the Atchison
County Courthouse in Rock
Port, Missouri:
William Ilsley, 52, Fairfax,
Missouri, and Lisa Turnbull,
52, Shenandoah, Iowa, were
married March 5, 2016, by
Rev. Elaine Loggi. Filed for
record March 7, 2016.
Denny Porter, 60, and
Jeanette Cade, 45, both of
Rock Port, Missouri, were
married March 5, 2016, by
Karrie O’Brien. Filed for record March 10, 2016.

Land transfers
The following land transfers were filed in the office of
Eliza Beasing, Recorder, at
the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port, Missouri:
Warranty Deed - Filed
March 3, 2016, by Sandra
and Rodney Wilmes to Sandra and Rodney Wilmes for
Lot 17, Original Plat of Fairfax, Missouri.
Warranty Deed - Filed
March 3, 2016, by David and
Mary Luckhardt, Jane and
Steve Copello and Elizabeth
Luckhardt to Louis Stukenholtz and James Stukenholtz for Section 11, Township 65, Range 39, Atchison
County, Missouri.
Warranty Deed - Filed
March 4, 2016, by Brian

and Darci Morey to Regina
Baruth for Lots 4, 5, and 6,
Block 7, Fifth Addition to
Tarkio, Missouri.
Warranty Deed - Filed
March 4, 2016, by Burke &
Sons Lumber Co., Inc. to City
of Fairfax for Side Track No.
1, Original Town of Fairfax,
Warranty Deed - Filed
March 4, 2016, by Neloami
Rail to Nancy Daugherty,
Trustee, for Lots 10, 11, and
12, Block 2, Seventh Addition, Tarkio, Missouri.
Trustee’s Deed - Filed
March 7, 2016, by William
Heitman, Trustee, to Heitman Farms, LLC, for Section
8, Township 64, Range 40,
Atchison County, Missouri.

A court session on the Michael Knoth case was heard
in Atchison County Court at
the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port, Missouri, on Thursday, March
10, 2016. Knoth is charged
with Unlawful Use of a
Weapon and Making A Terrorist Threat With Reckless
Disregard Of Risk Of Cause
Of Evacuation.
The case was called.
State appeared by Prosecuting Attorney Brett Hurst.
Defendant appeared by
Dan Smith, attorney. Case
was set for April 28, 2016,
at 9:00 a.m. for Setting of
Preliminary Hearing. Defendant Knoth is in custody
of the U.S. District Court.
Attorney Smith, on behalf
of Defendant Knoth, filed a
Motion for Speedy Trial and
Knoth did not waive presence or right to Preliminary
On Wednesday, March 9,
2016, in the United States
District Court For The

Western District Of Missouri, Knoth was indicted
by the federal grand gury
for “knowingly possessing:
a machine gun as defined
in Title 26, United States
Code, Section 5845(b), to wit:
an UZI styled 9mm firearm
(machine gun), Serial Number 2439183 and partial Serial Number 58827, all in
violation of Title 18, United
States Code, Sections 922(o)
(1) and 924(a)(2); and a machine gun as defined in Title
26, United Case 4: 16-cr00075-GAF Document 15,
filed March 9, 2016, Page 1
of 2, 2 States Code, Section
5845(b), to wit: an AR styled
.223/.556 caliber pistol (machine gun), no serial number listed, all in violation
of Title 18, United States
Code, Sections 922(o)(1) and
924(a)(2); all pursuant to Title 18, United States Code,
Section 924(d) and Title 28,
United States Code, Section 2461(c). Knoth remains
in federal custody without

Knoth preliminary
hearing April 28

Search for Missouri
Century Farms continues
If your farm has been in
your family since December
31, 1916, you can apply to
have it recognized as a Missouri Century Farm.
To qualify, farms must
meet the following guidelines:
• The same family must
have owned the farm for 100
consecutive years.
• The line of ownership
from the original settler or
buyer may be through children, grandchildren, siblings, and nephews or nieces,
including through marriage
or adoption.
• The farm must be at
least 40 acres of the original
land acquisition and make a
financial contribution to the
overall farm income.
“One hundred consecutive years of family ownership of a farm is a milestone to be recognized from
a cultural and stewardship
perspective,” said Tom Henderson, interim vice provost
for University of Missouri
In 2008, the Missouri
Farm Bureau joined MU
Extension and the MU College of Agriculture, Food
and Natural Resources as a
program sponsor.
“Missouri Farm Bureau is
a proud partner in the recognition of century farms,”
said Blake Hurst, president.
“We applaud the hard-working farm families that have
kept us fed and clothed for
generations. They represent
an important part of our
heritage and laid a foundation for the bounty Ameri-

cans enjoy every day.”
Applicants certified as
owners of a 2016 Missouri
Century Farm will be recognized by the local MU Extension center in the county
where the farm is located.
Applicants are presented
with a sign and a certificate.
Since Missouri began the
program in 1976, more than
8,000 century farms have
been recognized.
For applications received
by May 1, a $65 fee covers the cost of a certificate,
farm sign and booklet for
approved applicants. If the
application is received between May 1 and May 16,
the cost is $75. Applications
must be postmarked by May
16, 2016, to be considered.
For application forms
and information, call Extension Publications toll-free at
1-800-292-0969, contact your
local MU Extension office, or
visit the program website at

at Hy-Vee
The Tarkio Rotary
Club and Interact Club
will host a barbecue in
the parking lot at HyVee in Tarkio, Missouri,
every Saturday in April
and May. Burgers, brats,
chicken, hot dogs, and
steak sandwiches will be
sold from 11:00 a.m. to
1:00 p.m.

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bids for mowing at our Fairfax properties. Bids will be 2
separate bids: 1) for the hospital property; 2) for the doctor’s office on Main Street.
Bid will include mowing as
needed, weed eating and
blowing cuttings off of walkways. Contact Ron Ford for
details at 660-686-2342 or
e-mail at ronf@fairfaxmed.
com. All bids will need to be
submitted to the hospital no
later than March 31.
NOTICE - Burke & Sons
Lumber Co. will close at
11:00 a.m. on Saturday,
March 19, for the visitation
of Gilbert Burke. 15/1tnc


The Pleasant Ridge
Cemetery Association
will be
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
at 7:00 p.m. at
Schooler Funeral Home
Fairfax, MO

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