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Anderson Berries And BBQ Festival

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Anderson Cemetery Association Caretaker Of Two Cemeteries

Subscriber onlyThe Anderson Cemetery Association is the overseer of the Anderson and Peace Valley cemeteries in Anderson, Mo. Continue reading...

Crane, Explosives Don't Make Best Well Equipment

SOLDIER’S HEAVY EQUIPMENT BACKGROUND UTILIZED DURING VIETNAM WAR

Subscriber onlyDwayne Potts was born in Durant, Okla., the capital city of the Choctaw Nation, in 1944. He spent his formative years in towns across Missouri and Oklahoma before migrating west in his mid-teens. Continue reading...

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Anderson Berries And BBQ Festival

Subscriber onlyRITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS Continue reading...

Anderson Cemetery Association Caretaker Of Two Cemeteries

Subscriber onlyThe Anderson Cemetery Association is the overseer of the Anderson and Peace Valley cemeteries in Anderson, Mo. Continue reading...

Crane, Explosives Don't Make Best Well Equipment

SOLDIER’S HEAVY EQUIPMENT BACKGROUND UTILIZED DURING VIETNAM WAR

Subscriber onlyDwayne Potts was born in Durant, Okla., the capital city of the Choctaw Nation, in 1944. He spent his formative years in towns across Missouri and Oklahoma before migrating west in his mid-teens. Continue reading...

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Religion

Sin Lieth At The Door

Subscriber onlyOur choir's special today was "The Lighthouse." Our Sunday morning sermon was brought to us by our associate pastor, Brother Ryan Crawford, and was entitled, "Sin Lieth At The Door." Continue reading...

God Loves Us Even When We Sin

Subscriber onlyThe congregation and guests were welcomed for worship by liturgist Robert Stauber and announcements for the week were made. Larry and Linda Hybl celebrated a wedding anniversary and the congregation shared in a time of fellowship. Patti Carroll played the prelude for worship as Zoe Thornton and Megan Elwood for worship. Continue reading...

If Jesus Paid It All, What Did He Get For That Payment

Subscriber onlyJake and Hailee Allison were celebrating their anniversary as we gathered to worship Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Wayne Johnson opened our service with prayer and special prayers were requested for the DuMond family, safety as tornado season begins and everyone traveling this Memorial Day weekend. We presented Bro. Mark a basket of birthday wishes and congratulated Gracie Allison on her blue ribbon at the Strawberry Festival Pageant. Tom Sharp led us in the congregational responsive reading "Love, Mercy and Grace" from Psalm 103. We joined voices in singing "Jesus Paid It All" and "It Took A Miracle" led by Karen Johnson and Becky Gardner and Bob Obenshain sang "Stroll Over Heaven with You." Rick Lett asked God's blessing and he and Wayne served as ushers and collected our offering. Continue reading...

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Sports

Joplin Trims MCHS To End Mustangs' Season

Subscriber onlyThe Joplin Eagles ended the 2015 baseball season for the McDonald County Mustangs with a 4-2 win Saturday in the Missouri Class 5 District 12 Baseball Tournament in Carthage. Continue reading...

Near Misses Cost MCHS At District Track

UNDERWOOD, HIGH, GIRLS 4X800 RELAY ADVANCE TO SECTIONALS

Subscriber onlyWith no surprises at Saturday's Missouri Class 4 District 6 Track and Field Championships, the McDonald County High School boys and girls track teams were limited to one individual each, along with the girls 4x800 meter relay, in advancing to sectionals. Continue reading...

Spring Turkey Harvest Up For Fourth Year In A Row

Subscriber onlyThe Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reported that turkey hunters checked 43,991 birds during Missouri's 2015 regular spring turkey season April 20 through May 10. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 897 birds checked, Texas with 858 and Saint Clair with 771. Young turkey hunters ages 6 -- 15 years harvested 4,441 birds during the 2015 spring youth season, April 11 and 12, bringing the overall spring 2015 turkey harvest to 48,432. Continue reading...

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