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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Come to the fair!

The BOOK fair, that is. It's happening now at the Butler Public Library through Saturday.

Please support the book fair, as money raised this year will support next year's cause. Just a note, about $1,000 raised last year is funding the fair now.

We'll see you at the library!


Actually 90 might feel good

Dangerously hot conditions will prevail through Saturday, but forecasters are promising that there is a good chance of rain, and more importantly, cooler temps starting on Sunday.

We realize 'cooler' is a relative term- while it will be staying right around 90 during the first part of next week, at least it will be better than what we have right now.

Stay out of the sun if possible; wear a hat and sunscreen if you do have to be out. Avoid soft drinks; water is the best bet.

Think you're getting too hot? Here are the signs of heat stroke:

Throbbing headache.
Dizziness and light-headedness.
Lack of sweating despite the heat.
Red, hot, and dry skin.
Muscle weakness or cramps.
Nausea and vomiting.
Rapid heartbeat, which may be either strong or weak.
Rapid, shallow breathing.

If you have these symptoms, seek medical help immediately.


Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Dog escapes; goes shopping

Sorry for the dramatic headline but this pup found her way to the Dollar Store in Adrian a short time ago and really wants to go home.

Currently she's being taken to Sage Animal clinic in Butler. If you know the owner, please let them know where he's at.


Appleton city couple injured in rollover

On 7/17/19 around 1:30 am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in St. Clair County responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on Route A around 4 miles east of Appleton City, Missouri.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2002 Ford F-250 driven by 25 year old Zachary T. Klinksick of Appleton City, Missouri ran off the right side of the roadway and overturned.

Mr. Klinksick along with a passenger in his vehicle 21 year old Constance L. Senter of Appleton City both sustained serious injuries in this accident and both were transported.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene of the accident by Bray's Towing of Osceola, Missouri.



Movie on the lawn

Join the Butler Center Friday July 26th for this months movie on the lawn. Movie is The Secret Life of Pets! Like and share this post https://www.facebook.com/ButlerCenterCHC and be entered to win a prize. 

Drawing will be held Friday July 26th. Butler Center Located at 416 South High Street.

Hey kids!

The Adrian United Methodist Church is having Vacation Bible School July 21-25 each evening 6:00-8:30 pm. Open to ages 4 years to entering 8th grade. 

Call 816-297-2310 or go to this link to register https://tmab.cokesburyvbs.com/adrianmoumc/

Dealing with diabetes?

From the Bates County Memorial Hospital


Join us for a special Diabetes Support Group as we welcome Eric Dale, a patient of Family Care Clinics. Eric will share his personal story of losing 140 pounds: the behaviors he modified to reach his goal, and how that has affected his health and life.

CHANGING HABITS FOR YOUR HEALTH is the topic of this month's group on July 18 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm. All those living with diabetes, as well as their caregivers, are welcome to join us. If you don't have diabetes but you are struggling with weight management or weight loss, you are also welcome to attend.

Heads up for a location change - this month the group will meet in the BCMH Education Center, located at the east end of the hospital. For your convenience, park in the east parking lot.

This month we will also have a guest facilitator: Jennifer Eick-Jakiela, LSW, Behavioral Health Consultant for Family Care Clinics.

Light refreshments will be available. For more information, please call 660-200-7007.


Lost kitty in southeast Butler

UPDATE-'Tiger' has been returned home. Thanks for helping to get the word out!

This kitty 'Tiger' (we named for obvious reasons) has wandered away from home and has temporarily set up camp on Olive street in Butler.

'Tiger' maintains his silence, but really wants to get back home. Has purple collar, if you know the owner contact Sharon HERE.