September 1, 1966
Wm. H. Corken, vice president of the bank of Atchison County was among the 423 men from 32 states and Honduras, Central America who graduated from the School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin.
Burglars entered the Langdon grocery and took $5 to $10 in change and a carton of cigarettes. The Langdon Grocery is owned by Mrs. Dean Campbell and Mrs. Wayne Rosenbohm.
September 2, 1976
Simon Gift Shop, a store full of gifts, houseware, paints, and decorating ware, was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. The name of the store will change to “This n’ That.”
A Bike-aThon was held to raise money to build tennis courts. There were 23 people that entered and 22 people that finished the 50 mile mapped out route. More than $3,500 was raised. Jim Lewis was the first to complete the route.
September 4, 1986
Walter L. Mulvania, Rock Port has been named to the Missouri Bar Judicial Poll Committee. The committee will conduct a poll of Missouri lawyers regarding judges seeking retention under the Non- Partisan Court Plan.
September 5, 1996
Tyson Gibbons, son of Terry and Twyilla Gibbons of Westboro, Missouri, graduated from the Regional Law Enforcement Academy at Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph. Tyson is now on duty for the City of Rock Port.
Alfred and Sylvia Clodfelter celebrated their 50th anniversary at the Rock Port City Park. Their children hosted a surprise picnic with approximately 100 family members and friends in attendance.
September 7, 2006
Ruth Fox retires after 45 years as Mr. Walter Mulvania’s legal secretary.
Atchison County Memorial Building Foundation chooses final design for the Walk of Honor. There will be eight walls at the front of the memorial that will be filled with engraved bricks for veterans. The far back wall will feature engraved bricks for other honorees or donors.