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The Dent County Commissioners met for their meeting Monday morning at the courthouse. In the road report, District 1 Commissioner Dennis Purcell said that materials would be added and grading done on Dent County Road 5440, and grading would also be done on county roads 6485 and 6505. He also stated that brush would be cut on Dent County Roads 2410 and 2420. District 2 Commissioner Gary Larson stated that materials would be added and grading done on Dent County Roads 2159 and 2360, while only grading would be done on county road 4010. He did indicate that brush would be cut on county roads 3220 and 4380. Presiding Commissioner Darrell Skiles said that he has continued to check river access in Dent County and found that the pit toilets have now been locked up at Baptist Camp and at Cedar Grove that will force people who are there to defecate and urinate on the grounds. He said that, in his opinion, instead of trying to minimize the impact of the government shutdown, the National Park Service is trying to maximize its’ impact on the general public. Skiles said that the commission received a letter from Russell Allen, the Chief Juvenile Officer of the 42nd Judicial District, indicating that the district does not have adequate funds to process new and existing cases and would need an additional $15,000 from the member counties. The additional allocation would be based on a pro-ration of the population of each county to the district and would cost Crawford County $5,250, Dent County $3,300, Iron County $2,250, Reynolds County $1,350 and Wayne County $2,850. Dent County already budgeted $48,918.88 this year after actual expenses in 2012 of $46,989. The commission will get in touch with Mr. Allen wanting more information about the additional monetary request. Preston Kramer from MoDOT and Bonnie Prigge from the MRPC were in attendance to review transportation concerns on local roads from the previous year and see if they should remain on the list. Removed from the list were adding of shoulders on Highway 19 north from Salem, the steep hills on Route H about a quarter of a mile from Salem, a pedestrian overpass on Highway 32 east to the Salem Upper Elementary School and the adding of shoulders on Highway 32-72 East from Salem. Added to the list were sidewalks on the east side of Highway 19 from the Highway 32-72 and 19 junction to the Dent County Firehouse, stoplights at the intersection of Highway 19 and 4th Street, plus the bridge over Dry Creek and the bridge over Holt Creek, both on Route F. Kramer also says there is a desire to increase public transportation for the area, but he does not have the answer on how to get that accomplished with the lack of funds available. At the last meeting, the commissioners accepted the bid from Rommell Alarm and Lock for $14,521 regarding the security system at the courthouse. The next meeting of the Dent County Commissioners will be Thursday morning at the courthouse and it is open to the public.

The 50th Annual Rose Holland Trout Derby at Montauk State Park was held this past weekend. Proceeds from registrations last year totaled $9,307. This year’s goal was set at $10,000 and a total of $12,140.50 was raised with the proceeds going to the American Heart Association. Four names were added to the Wilma Wisdom Plaque that included Valerie Raulston of Salem. The American Legion Post #99 in Salem continues to support this event with $500 every year. A total of 57 cars were in attendance at the Cruise-in–Car-Show and the Car Show brought in a total of $440.54. Best Ford went to Carl Vest of Salem, Best GM was Gary Cook of Salem and Best Mopar went to John and Linda Watson of Salem. The Top 5 Car Show awards were won by Lucas Mason of Boss; Louis Head of Salem; Lyrl Chase of Salem, Gary Larson of Salem and Jim Light of Edgar Springs. The People’s Choice Award went to Dustin Dooley of Salem. Best There were 798 tags sold on Saturday, another 508 sold on Sunday which brought the total tags sold to 1,306. There were a total of 88 out of a 100-tagged fish caught and 17 Lunkers were also caught during the derby. The Men’s Heaviest Fish was caught by Jason Gramann of O’Fallon weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces; the Women’s Heaviest Fish was caught by Sherrie King of St. James weighing 8 pounds and 1 ounce; and the Heaviest Brown fish was caught by Randy Estes of Kingdom City and it weighed in at 2 pounds. Coming in 1st Place for the Kids Heaviest Stringer Contest was Anthony Robbs with 5 pounds, 10 ounces; Ella Lieble took 2nd place with 5 pounds and 6 ounces and in 3rd place was Tayler Jones with 5 pounds and 5 ounces.

The Dent County Sheriff’s office has released a report. On Sunday, October 6th deputies with the Taney County Sheriff's Office apprehended Corey J. Landrigan in a motel room in Taney County. He is currently wanted on four charges out of Dent County and they include: Possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, resisting or interfering with a felony arrest, and the distribution/manufacture of a controlled substance with a cash only bond of $60,000. Landrigan also has warrants out of Crawford County. Corey Landrigan has been a fugitive from justice since November of 2012.

Sports [TOP]

Peyton Curley’s three-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the 3rd inning finished off the regular season for the Salem Lady Softball Tigers as they won the SCA Conference outright with a 15-0 win over the Mountain View-Liberty Lady Eagles. Cortney Putman went 3-3 with four RBI for the Lady Tigers who finished the game with 13 hits. Camryn Pryor, Curley and Ashlyn Cook each had two hits in the game. Salem finished the regular season with a perfect 6-0 record in SCA play and a 14-8 overall record.

The Salem Lady Softball Tigers will be at the Knights of Columbus Field in Washington on Wednesday at 3:30 to face the St. James Lady Tigers in District Play. Salem is seeded 5th in the tournament. Admission is $4.00 per person age six and older. That game can be heard on KSMO Radio and online at ksmoradio.com.

The Salem Lady Volleyball Tigers will host the Rolla Lady Bulldogs in non-conference action tonight starting at 6:00 with the JV contest. Between the JV game and the varsity game will be Netcoming. There is also a chili supper courtesy of the Bank of Salem starting at 5:00. Due to the construction work at the school, the entrance to the high school gym for volleyball and basketball will be through the rear gym doors only. The Salem R-80 District apologizes for any inconvenience.

Michael Wacha took a no-hitter into the eighth in a stellar 7 1/3-inning, nine-strikeout performance that led the St. Louis Cardinals to a season-saving 2-1 decision over the Pittsburgh Pirates in Game 4 of the National League Division Series. Trevor Rosenthal closed it out with a scoreless ninth. The Cardinals ended the game with only three hits, but one of which was Matt Holliday’s two run home run. The deciding Game 5 of the NLDS will be held Wednesday night and you can hear it on KSMO at 6:32.

Obituaries   [TOP] 

Funeral services for Jeffrey Warner of Salem, age 44, will be Wednesday at 11:00 at the Salem Chapel of the James and Gahr Mortuary. Visitation will be tonight from 6:00 to 8:00. Interment will be in the North Lawn Cemetery.

Funeral services for Alice Earlene (Townsend) Weible of Salem, age 71, will be held Thursday at 12:00 (noon) at the Wilson Mortuary in Salem. Visitation will be from 11:00 until service time. Interment will be in the North Lawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Dent County Animal Shelter.

Funeral services for Jerry Joe Gibbs Sr. of Salem, age 64, will be held Friday at 11:00 at the Wilson Mortuary in Salem. Visitation will be Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00. Interment will be in the Edgar Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Edgar Cemetery.

Funeral services for Leo Christopher of Rolla, age 83, will be Friday at 11:00 at the James and Gahr Mortuary in Rolla. Visitation will be Thursday from 5:00 to 8:00. Interment will be in the Rolla City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Missouri S & T Baseball Program.

Weather   [TOP]

Today..Mostly sunny, high of 72.
Tonight..Mostly clear, low of 45.
Wednesday..Mostly sunny, high of 74.
Wednesday night..Partly cloudy, low of 54.
Thursday..Sunny, high of 75.
Thursday night..Cloudy, low of 56.
Friday..Sunny, high of 76.
Friday night..Cloudy, low of 58.

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