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Births, June 18, 2019


Matthew and Paula Snook, Warrensburg, are the parents of a son born at 11:52 p.m. Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia.

The baby, named Walker Lyle Snook, weighed 8 pounds, 3 and 3/4 ounces.

Maternal grandparents are Carol and Jerry Robertson, Sedalia, and Randy and Debbie Brooks, Sedalia.

Paternal grandparents are Karen and Asher Snook Jr., Warrensburg.

Maternal great-grandparents are Mary-Lu Gorrell, Sedalia and Rosemary Strother, Sedalia.

Paternal great-grandparent is Lou Ann Goodnight, Warrensburg.

One injured in wreck

A Warrensburg man received minor injuries from a wreck at 6 a.m. June 7 on eastbound U.S. Highway 50 at Northeast 501st Road.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports Timothy Q. Atwater, 28, Warrensburg, traveled eastbound on U.S. Highway 50 when he tried to avoid another vehicle entering the roadway causing his 2008 Scion to leave the roadway.

The Patrol reports he wore a safety device and the Johnson County Ambulance District transported him to Western Missouri Medical Center.

The car was considered a total loss.

Marriage Licenses, June 18, 2019

The Johnson County Recorder’s Office has issued marriage licenses to:

Zachary Alexander Fannin and Amber Vonda Cotton, both of Holden;

Robert Leland Brown and Amber Michelle Rhoads, both of Kansas City;

Johnathon Wallace Sullins and Whitney Jo McAllister, both of Lone Jack;

Gregory Francis Belk III and Rachael Lejune Hughes, both of Knob Noster;

Michael James Carbone and Jill R McNaughton, both of Warrensburg;

Tristan James Wendel and Lauren Whitney Robinson, Grand Blanc, Michigan;

Nicolas Andrew Galarza and Victoria Renee Vandoren, both of Warrensburg;

Bradley Alan Privett and Brandi Sue Huckaby, both of Leeton;

Darrion Alessio Prado, Smithton, and Sariya Davi Enlow, Knob Noster;

Austin Jameson Williams, Greenwood, and Sloane Nicolle Thomson, Lee’s Summit;

Sheldon Andrew Pittman and Samantha Lee Updyke, Knob Noster;

Alexander James Lapp and Alexandria Marie Wilmes, Warrensburg;

Patrick Anthony Taylor, Warrensburg, and Cheyanne Lynn Richmond, Poplar Bluff;

Kaenan Ray Burkhart and Jayda Ann Craig, Warrensburg;

Javier Jesus Rosado Valladares, Knob Noster, and Darryl Lynn Rae Cox, Warrensburg;

Donald Preston Shivley and Erin Rae Brockhaus, Warrensburg;

Asia Denea Muhammad and Lena Christine Humble, Warrensburg;

Dakota Patrick Long and Moya Chae Rim Heineman, Warrensburg;

Dalton Andrew Tillotson, Kingsville, and Ramsey Kay Pine, Holden;

Corey Vincent Robertson and Lexi Marie Hunt, Warrensburg;

Donta Ryohei Ward, Warrensburg, and Madison Lynne Marquardt, Moberly;

Ethan Jerald Alkire and Caitlin Elizabeth Hudson, Holden;

Matthew Craig Long and Kelci Dawn Moore, Holden;

Daniel Aaron Meads and Ginger Lynn Moorhead, Holden;

Jamale V L Wilcox and Cassandra Megan Mertz, Warrensburg;

Bradford James Jones and Veroushka Deloris Menser, Knob Noster;

Andrew Michael Boland and Laura Elizabeth Nordyke, Lee’s Summit;

Curtis Michael Stalker and Brieana Marie Sweiger, Warrensburg;

Keith Joseph Sellers II and Juliana Cordelia Parker, Warrensburg;

Jay R. Malmberg and Gladhy R. Zegarra Risco, Warrensburg;

William Arthur Taylor Jr. and Ileasha Ann Matthews, Pleasant Hill;

Gregory Paul Valdez and Kathrina Therese Graham, Clinton;

Adam Patrick Crain and Melanie Rae Roulanaitis, Hastings, Minnesota;

Trevor Christopher Gibson and Sydnee Rae Mounce, Gardner, Kansas;

Corey Lee Butts Sr. and Lee Henson Clark, Warrensburg;

Taylor Edward Clark and Anne Jeanette Herbert, Kansas City; and

Marina Amanda Decora and Kylie Elizabeth Nash, Warrensburg.


More than a week after a vehicle was driven into the side of a building June 5 at 604 N. Maguire St., tenants of the building are cleared to move back in. Residents of the building were evacuated after a Lexus ES 350 knocked down a handrail, jumping the space between buildings, breaking through the brick wall on the side of the building and coming to rest inside the top level that was vacant at the time. Tenants in the lower levels were evacuated after the incident but have been cleared to return after the building was determined to be structurally sound, City Building Official Brett Penrose said.