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News-Leader Saturday, October 19, 2013 3A Campbell Continued from Page 1A TODAY heated dispute between Campbell and the Porters. Less than a month before the Porters disappeared in April 2011, Russell Porter filed for a protection order against Campbell. In those Greene County documents, Russell Porter wrote he and his wife had been harassed and threatened by Campbell. Russell Porter wrote of a specific threat made by Campbell on March 21, 2011: "Robert Campbell drove by our driveway and yelled out his window and told me to watch myself you won't be around much longer." The next day, Campbell filed for a protection order against Russell Porter, claiming it was Russell Porter who was threatening and harassing him. Campbell wrote that he was afraid of Russell Porter because "I am old and got medical health problems." Two weeks after the Porters disappeared, Greene County deputies searched 120 acres of property that surrounded the home including land which Campbell lived on.

The skeletal remains of the Porters were found in remote Taney County in late July 2011. Taney County Coroner Kevin Tweedy said each died of gunshot wounds to the head. Also indicted in the case are Windy Friend; her husband Tony Friend; his son Phillip Friend; and Dusty Hicks. In May, Phillip Friend pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of felonious restraint for his role the Porters' deaths. Jury trials are scheduled for the other defendants throughout 2014.

"The new space is much bigger. It will allow me to house all my staff. It also gives me the maintenance space I need. RICK EMLING, director of transportation for Springfield schools, discussing the purchase of a new bus headquarters. Story, Page 1B Greene County deputies found evidence to further link Campbell to the crimes.

Epperly said he knew two firearms were seized, as well as two tractor-trailers. The trailers are believed to have been stolen, which led Barry County authorities to charge Campbell with one count of receiving stolen property. Campbell is now being held in the Barry County jail on a $150,000 bond. Authorities have not yet revealed details of Campbell's alleged involvement in the Porters' deaths. But some court records reveal a Mercy Continued from Page 1A facebook.common-sterdashspfd Sixth annual Pets Pumpkins Festival is noon to 5 p.m.

today, 219 W. Commercial St. Admission: $2 for ages 2-16; $2 for pets. Info: Tame Pet Magazine, 417-830-8121; email: connietamepetmag.com Salute, the inaugural Downtown Wine Fest is noon to 8 p.m. today at Park Central Square.

The festival includes wine sampling, grape stomping, live music. Free admission; must purchase tickets for wine sampling. 417-863-9491; gillioztheatre.com Halloween Hustle 5K (formerly the Kitchen Run), at 8 a.m. today, registration 7 to 7:45 a.m.. City Utilities of Springfield Main Office, 301 E.

Central St. Race day entry fee: $25; $15 for ages 12 and younger. cityutilities.netfunrun Band of Bears Homecoming Parade is 9 a.m. today along John Q. Ham-mons Parkway, 525 John Q.

Hammons Parkway. 417-836-6486 Second annual Monster Dash, a zombie-themed 5K obstacle course, is 1 p.m. today, Ritter Springs Park, 3683 W. Farm Road 92. Register: 'ni it, foundation raises funds for Mercy programs and facilties.

Eggers and Allison declined interview requests through a Mercy spokesperson. According to a news release from Mercy, the east wing of the hospital is currently undergoing renovations as it converts to a pediatric hospital. Completion of the building exterior is scheduled for later this year. "It's so heartwarming to see members of our community step up to help fund this effort," Mercy President Robert Steele said in a statement. In addition to the gifts of Eggers and Allison, the Mercy Health Auxiliary is also donating $500,000 to Mercy's Family Resource Center, which offers educational programs such as childbirth classes.

For Bobby Allison, the gift is not necessarily so much from him but for him. He says he gets far more from giving than he could ever put in. Allison is donating $650,000 after a $2 million gift last year to the neonatal intensive care unit. Allison gives in honor of his mother. He has given in her name in the past, including sponsoring the Betty Allison Junior Golf Course at Rivercut and Betty and Bobby Allison Miracle Baseball Field.

"All the time when I was growing up all she did was work, never more than minimum wage, two and three jobs at a time. She never drank, she Bobby Allison Is making a $650,000 donation to Mercy, in honor of his late mother, photo courtesy mercy HOSPITAL SPRINGFIELD never dated, nothing," Allison said. "I just can't say enough about her." Eggers and Allison's stories were shared by the Mercy Health Foundation in a video announcing a cumulative $1.65 million in donations to the group recently. The AT SPRINGFIELD Today 58 Sunny NIGHT LIFE Tonight 39 Mostly clear Sunday 69 47 Sunny Mulligan's, 2820 N. Glenstone 417-869-3900: Terry Armes, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., no cover Oak Ridge Boys Theatre, 464 Missouri 248, Branson, 866-707-4100; Sawyer Brown, 8 p.m., $45 The Outland, 326 South 417-869-7625: Badass Pterodactyls, Muzzle, Don't Mind Dying, 9 p.m., cover The Outland Ballroom, 324 South 417-869-7625: Deitra Mag Fashion Show with Randall The Side Fight and Thee Fine Lines, 9 p.m., cover Luttrell's Auction, 2939 W.

Kearney 417-861-6701: Kari Garrison, Travis Scott, Mike McGee, Jerry Menown, Loyd Hicks, George Gyser, David Sowers with Randy Buckner, 6 p.m., cover Midnight Rodeo, 1773 S. Glenstone 417-882-0309: Dance Lessons, DJ Tommy 7 p.m., cover Mount Pleasant Winery, 3125 Green Mountain Drive, Branson, 417-336-9463: Terry Laird, 5-7 p.m., no cover show, doors at 9 p.m., cover Pappy's Place, 943 N. Main 417-866-8744: AKA, 3-6 p.m., no cover Springfield Brewing Company, 301 S. Market 417-832-8277: the Ryan Talbot Experience, 6-9 p.m., no cover Three 20's, 3005 S. Kansas Expressway, 417-881-1520: Machine Gun Symphony, 9 p.m., cover The Under Cliff Bar and Grill, 6385 Old 71, 417-623-8382, Joplin: Stag Owens the Stagaroos, p.m., no cover Monday 60 36 Partly sunny Tuesday 57 36 Mostly sunny Wednesday 56 37 Sunny ALMANAC Yesterday by 7 p.m.

Highlow: 567 39 Precipitation: Trace Avg. highlow: 687 46 MTDMTD (avg): 3.442.06 Record high: 872005 YTDYTD (avg): 43.7736.78 Record low: 2571948 Moon phase: Full moon Sunrise: 7:24 a.m. Moon rise: 5:47 p.m. Sunset: 6:32 p.m. Moon set: 7:01 a.m.

POLLEN COUNT (highest percentage of count) Mold: Moderate (ascospore) Trees: Absent Grass: Absent Weeds: Low (ragweed) NATIONAL FORECAST Forecast highs for Saturday, Oct. 19 Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Archie's Lounge, 1817 E. Grand 417-864-4109: Open Fire, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., no cover Cartoons Grill, 1614 S. Glenstone 417-849-1009: Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks Fundraiser with music by Fun House, 1-6 p.m., cover; Springfield Music All Stars, doors at 7 p.m., cover Cody's South, 1440 E.

Republic Road, 417-883-0253: Sean Clavin the Dirty Truth, 8 p.m.-1 a.m., cover CreekSide Pub, 3830 S. Lone Pine 417-882-1899: Bella Donna, 9 p.m.-midnight, cover Dennis' Place, 921 W. Sunshine 417-865-8373: The Norman Jackson Band, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., cover Dublin's Pass Irish Pub downtown, 317 Park Central East, 417-862-7625: Cold River City, 10 p.m., no cover Dublin's Pass Irish Pub south side, 2767 W. Republic Road, 417-877-7625: Brenda Meyer Band, 9 p.m., no cover The Dugout, 1218 E. Traffic-way, 417-866-2255: Barak Hill with Goat Milk Honey, 9 p.m., no cover Ernie Biggs, 213 South 417-865-4782: Dueling Pianos, 8 p.m.-1 a.m., cover Galloway Station, 1281 E.

Republic Road, 417-881-9730: The Mudsharks, 9:30 p.m., cover The Hangout, 1906 E. Meadowmere 417-862-991 1 Black Cherry, 8 p.m.-midnight, cover Jalen's Lounge, 1611 N. Campbell 417-862-5033: The Survivors Band, 8:30 p.m., cover Jimm's Steakhouse, 1935 S. Glenstone 417-886-5466: Carol Reinert, Harry Beckett and Jeff Gouge, p.m., no cover Just One More, U.S. 60, Republic, 417-766-3000: Southern Green, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., no cover Lil Dallas Sports Bar and Grill, 701 Red Top Road, Fair Grove, 417-759-9308: Tripleshot, 9 p.m., no cover Lindberg's, 318 W.

Commercial 417-868-8900: Papa Green Shoes, 6:30 p.m., cover; The Yowl with Cherokee Rifle News-Leader 1-800-695-2005 Springfield News-Leader ISSN 0893-3448 Published daily at 651 Boonville, Springfield, MO 65806 Periodicals postage paid at Springfield, Missouri (USPS 512-600) POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Springfield News-Leader 651 Boonville Springfield, MO 65806 Fronts Pressure Cold Warm Stationary Low High -10s -OS OS 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s IV, A Showers Great Lakes and Southeast Low pressure will produce showers from the Upper Midwest through the Great Lakes. A second system will result in showers from the eastern Great Lakes to West Virginia. Showers will continue along the coast of the Southeast into the Gulf of Mexico. Weather Underground AP YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW HIGH LOW PRECIP HIGH LOW COND HIGH LOW COND Atlanta 73 53 73 56 Cldy 71 49 Clr Birmingham 69 51 72 55 PCIdy 69 43 Clr Chicago 50 39 54 40 Cldy 60 37 PCIdy Denver 44 30 .25 61 30 PCIdy 58 34 PCIdy Detroit 64 40 52 45 Rain 57 40 Cldy Fairbanks 57 33 46 29 Cldy 41 27 Cldy Flagstaff 59 25 61 24 Clr 64 24 Clr Great Falls 58 28 60 38 PCIdy 54 40 PCIdy Greensboro.N.C. 70 51 71 54 Cldy 66 46 Clr Houston 73 56 01 73 59 PCIdy 78 50 PCIdy Jacksonville 88 69 86 69 Cldy 81 64 Cldy Juneau 44 42 .18 50 43 Rain 49 46 Rain Kansas City 43 37 39 60 33 Clr 71 40 PCIdy Las Vegas 78 54 79 56 Clr 80 54 Clr Little Rock 72 48 6 5 51 PCIdy 72 44 Clr Los Angeles 83 57 84 57 Clr 80 58 Clr Memphis 71 48 65 53 Clr 71 47 Clr Miami 88 75 88 77 PCIdy 87 75 PCIdy Minneapolis 53 39 .19 46 37 Cldy 44 33 Rain New Orleans 73 66 78 62 Rain 78 59 PCIdy New York City 68 57 02 6 5 54 Cldy 63 51 Clr Orlando 90 68 90 71 Cldy 87 70 Cldy Philadelphia 67 55 .01 66 48 Cldy 63 46 Clr Phoenix 86 58 86 58 Clr 86 58 Clr St.

Louis 62 47 59 42 PCIdy 70 42 Clr San Francisco 68 51 75 53 Clr 71 53 Clr Seattle 55 45 59 43 PCIdy 60 44 PCIdy Tulsa 53 44 .16 6 5 36 Clr 73 44 Clr 69 55 69 51 Cldy 62 48 Clr Wichita 44 42 28 64 32 Clr 70 41 Clr Smarter. Faster. More Colorful. USA TODAY SPORTS. x- Indicates missing information SOURCES: AP, NWS, Springfield-Greene County Health Department Find the latest hour-by-hour forecasts, radar and satellite maps at SL-0 00033969 5.

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