A measure passed by the state House would allow charter schools in any unaccredited school district in Missouri, if local schools support it, or if the charter school sponsor has met state requirements in the past.
Earth Day is one week away. And the Missouri Department of Natural Resources has chosen for its theme: Little Changes, Big Results. The slogan was submitted by Adeline Forester, a fifth grader at Cole R-V Eugene Elementary School in Henley. She’ll receive a 100 dollar savings bond.
The Mid Missouri Drug Task Force is working to bust up an alleged methamphetamine lab in Versailles. They arrested 53 year old James Harkins Junior, 49 year old, Wanda Vohs, and 39 year old Donald Brown Junior in a sweep of a house on Clay Road. They’re each charged with crimes associated with running a meth lab.
Sunday, the Westlake Ministerial Alliance will perform He is Risen, an outdoor pageant of the Resurrection. It’s on the grounds of Kent Memorial Lutheran Church in Sunrise Beach, starting at 8:30 a-m.
It’s Good Friday, a number of local and state offices are closed. Banks and federal offices are open. There will be mail delivery, today.
The president of a Lebanon Church’s cemetery is facing felony charges of stealing. 61 year old Harold Armstrong Junior will be in court for taking funds.
Next Thursday is going to be the largest earthquake drill ever conducted in Missouri, and there is still time for school districts, businesses and families to register to take part. At shakeout dot org, you can find out about the Drop Cover and Hold On drill that’s set for 10:15 a-m April 28th.