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Mayhew files Monday for Pulaski County Presiding Commissioner post
Don Mayhew filed Monday for the Republican nomination for Pulaski County Presiding Commissioner.
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. (March 3, 2010) — Another candidate filed Monday for the Pulaski County Presiding Commissioner seat currently filled by Don McCulloch: Crocker resident Don Mayhew, who currently serves as president of the Crocker R-II School Board and was formerly the Pulaski County Surveyor. Mayhew is running in the August Republican primary against Gene Newkirk who filed last week Tuesday, the first day candidates could turn in their nomination papers. So far, McCulloch is unopposed in the Democratic primary for his seat. Mayhew also filed for re-election as Republican Central Committeeman for Tavern Township, which covers Crocker and the northwest part of Pulaski County, along with Dorothy Gilstrap who is running for Republican Central Committeewoman in the same township. So far Mayhew and Gilstrap are the only candidates to have filed for the central committees of either party. Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Darrell Todd Maurina
Waynesville, St. Robert agencies train with National Guard on mock attack
Emergency response personnel prepare to set up a perimeter.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (March 3, 2010) — Wednesday afternoon’s scanner traffic in Waynesville went from routine stops of motorists to a report of shots fired with victims down, seven firefighters and several police officers incapacitated by an unknown liquid near Waynesville Technical Academy, and an unknown man fleeing from police who may be connected with the incident. Those are just some of the challenges being faced by civilian police, firefighters, ambulance personnel, and others working with the Missouri National Guard in a two-day joint training exercise that began at 4 p.m. today. Emergency personnel emphasize that the staging area being set up near Westside Baptist Church and the Waynesville High School football field is only a training exercise and there’s actually no emergency and no threat to the public or anyone else. w88 contactClick here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Darrell Todd Maurina