Just a reminder: Local residents must refrain from selling or shooting fireworks this Fourth of July.
Back in June, Hutchinson County Judge Faye Blanks issued a Declaration of Disaster that will prohibit the sale or use of fireworks. This disaster declaration was signed and approved by Texas Governor Perry Friday, and will be in effect until 7 a.m. July 5, 2011.
Those caught violating the declaration face the possibility of a $1,000 fine and 180 days in jail. Hutchinson County will be upping patrols to push the fireworks ban.
Jamie Douglass Boston, criminal trespass, deferred adjudication
Jaime Dawn Broom, theft of property >=$20<$500 by check, case dismissed (restitution made)
Regina Hilice Clardy, theft of property >=$20<$500 by check, case dismissed (restitution made)
Matthew Clement, theft of property>=$20<$500, deferred adjudication
Billy Jack Cooper, terroristic threat, county jail
Billy Jack Cooper, terroristic threat, dismissed (convicted in another case)
Billy Jack Cooper, theft of service >=$20<$500, dismissed (convicted in another case)
The annual Casey Aylor Memorial Motorcycle Ride is just a few weeks away!
The event is scheduled to be held on Saturday, July 30, 2011, with proceeds to benefit Hutchinson County Cares, Inc., a non-profit organization.
The registration fee is $30 per rider, with extra cards costing $5. The fee includes entrance into the Nutterville Party in the Pasture, Best Poker Hand, and Worst Poker Hand.