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Republican-Clipper photo Skull found near Cainsville: Sheriff Josh Eckerson holds a partial skull that was found last week next to the Thompson River, north of Cainsville. The bridge of the nose can be seen at the bottom of the skull. Eckerson said there was no obvious sign of trauma to the cap of the skull….
Republican-Clipper photo– D.A.R.E. graduates: Josh Eckerson presented D.A.R.E. awards to South Harrison Middle School students Tuesday evening, March 28th.
Republican-Clipper photo Officials sworn in for new terms: Newly-elected county officeholders will begin their new terms on Jan. 1, 2017. They include, from the left, Sheriff Josh Eckerson, Zach Wilson who was elected as coroner, North District Commissioner Rick Smith, South District Commissioner Jim Holcomb, County Assessor Lila Craig; Public Administrator Kim King and County…
A Bethany man was arrested Friday at a motel in Salt Lake City, Utah, for allegedly making terroristic threats against businesses in Utah. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
Josh Eckerson won another term as sheriff in Tuesday’s Republican primary, beating Randal Francis of Cainsville by nearly a 2-1 margin. The vote was 1,194-606. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
Two candidates for Harrison County sheriff are stressing their extended experience in law enforcement in next Tuesday’s Republican primary election. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
A biker who led law officers on a high-speed chase through northern Missouri into Iowa was arrested on drug trafficking charges last Tuesday night at the Kum & Go station in Lamoni, Iowa. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
A Cainsville man is being held in Harrison County Jail on $750,000 bond after he was charged with domestic assault, armed criminal action and property damage in connection with violent incidents in Cainsville. Douglas L. Stevens, 54, was arrested last week by Highway Patrol and sheriff’s officers on a warrant issued by Harrison County authorities…
Samuel Borntreger’s first-degree murder case was certified to Harrison County Circuit Court Wednesday morning after he waived a preliminary hearing during an appearance before Judge Thomas Alley. Harrison County Prosecuting Attorney Cristine Stallings said she was prepared to present witnesses including Sheriff Josh Eckerson and medical evidence at the preliminary hearing for Borntreger, who is…