Ashland Police and Boone County Sheriff’s office reported the following arrests recently. Friday, May 5, 2017: • Ashley Maree Hulen, 26, of Ashland was arrested by Columbia Police on DWI charges. Bonded $500. • Boone County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Nicholas Allen Walters, 31, of Ashland, on charges violation of order of protection. Bonded $4,500. Tuesday,

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Garage Sales: May 12-13th

GARAGE SALES: • 17251 Tulane St. – Thur 7-6pm; Fri 7-3pm; Sat 7-noon. Moving Sale: Office & patio furniture, dressers, couches, china hutch, mattresses, BBQ grill, sports memorabilia, luggage, bikes, bedding, toys, tools and MUCH more. • 20565 S Rt A Hartsburg – Thur 7-11 & 4-7, Fri 7-1. Baby clothes, baby swing, travel system,

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Special senior important part of Southern Boone grad class

Alex Kirmse is team manager, classmate, friend to everyone. When the Eagles girls soccer team wins a tournament – which has happened often the past two years – it is the team manager who accepts the championship trophy. That’s team protocol, according to coach Chris Miller, because team manager Alex Kirmse is the senior who

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P&Z approves spec buildings, denies business park

The Ashland Planning and Zoning Commission approved two spec buildings at Cartwright Industrial Park and the Ashland Baptist Home plans at their meeting on Tuesday evening, but denied a change in zoning for an office park on Cobblestone Court. The P&Z gave the perfunctory unanimous nod to the two spec buildings to be built near

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Learning Garden celebrates a decade of garden-based education

Central Bank’s Donna Zumwalt took a tour of the Learning Garden on Monday afternoon as young members of the Garden Cub consumed healthy snacks. It was Zumwalt’s first opportunity to see the results of the bank’s most recent donation – a new shed which will hold large gardening implements and equipment. “We will keep the

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County Joint Comm offers 3-1-1 service

Citizens in Boone County are now able to call 311 to reach the dispatch center to report non-emergency police matters. The existing non-emergency line 573-442-6131 is still in service. This easy-to-remember number will help keep the 911-line open for emergencies. By implementing 311 we hope to shift non-emergency calls from 911 so that callers experiencing

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Third time not a charm for McCubbin

Middleton residents again convince Aldermen to say “No” to nearby development. The Ashland Board of Aldermen denied a rezoning request by developer Mike McCubbin last Tuesday night, setting back his plans for multi-family housing to the east of the Middleton subdivision. About a dozen Middleton residents attended the aldermen meeting to protest the potential for

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Nearly 5,500 get degrees at MU this weekend

During the weekend of May 12-14, 5,484 students will receive degrees during spring commencement exercises at the University of Missouri. University officials also will honor Mizzou alumna, conservationist and “mother” of the Katy Trail, Pat Jones, with an honorary degree. “Commencement weekend is a time to celebrate the hard work and achievements of all our

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