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Spit It Out, Cleva

Subscriber onlyThe human mouth is a multi-functional device crucial to satisfying many of our everyday needs. It opens and forms shapes for the creation of words, excluding, of course, the art of ventriloquism. The mouth's lips can be cautiously and discretely opened to whisper, or the lips can form irregular shapes causing what was once merely the thought of a whistle, to escape in a melodious sound that flows from our mouths. The most important and essential functions served by the mouth for most of us are those of acting as the portal of entry for solid food and liquids as well as the occasional odd item which inadvertently passes between the lips. Continue reading...

Stella Senior Center Dinner And Dance

Subscriber onlyThe Stella Senior Center will have a dinner and dance Friday, July 24. Starting at 5:30 p.m. they will serve an Open-Faced Hot Turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables, dessert and drink for $5 donation. Dance to music by Frosty and the Roadhogs at 7 p.m. for a $3 donation. Continue reading...

Bunker Hill Quilting Club Lunch

Subscriber onlyMonday, July 27, at 11:30 a.m. in Tom's BBQ we will be serving BBQ sandwiches, coleslaw, baked beans with desserts and tea. We thank Tom for letting us be in the cool to serve you. For more information call Donna Hobbs at 417-845-6656. Continue reading...

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Spit It Out, Cleva

Subscriber onlyThe human mouth is a multi-functional device crucial to satisfying many of our everyday needs. It opens and forms shapes for the creation of words, excluding, of course, the art of ventriloquism. The mouth's lips can be cautiously and discretely opened to whisper, or the lips can form irregular shapes causing what was once merely the thought of a whistle, to escape in a melodious sound that flows from our mouths. The most important and essential functions served by the mouth for most of us are those of acting as the portal of entry for solid food and liquids as well as the occasional odd item which inadvertently passes between the lips. Continue reading...

Stella Senior Center Dinner And Dance

Subscriber onlyThe Stella Senior Center will have a dinner and dance Friday, July 24. Starting at 5:30 p.m. they will serve an Open-Faced Hot Turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables, dessert and drink for $5 donation. Dance to music by Frosty and the Roadhogs at 7 p.m. for a $3 donation. Continue reading...

Bunker Hill Quilting Club Lunch

Subscriber onlyMonday, July 27, at 11:30 a.m. in Tom's BBQ we will be serving BBQ sandwiches, coleslaw, baked beans with desserts and tea. We thank Tom for letting us be in the cool to serve you. For more information call Donna Hobbs at 417-845-6656. Continue reading...

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What Is It You're Hoping For?

Subscriber onlyTyrel Lett was celebrating a birthday as we gathered to worship Sunday morning at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Special prayers were requested for Wyatt, Debbie, Angela, Kristen, Crystal, Tom Sharp, Ruth Briggs, David Barton, Ruby Wetzel and James. Jeanette Easter thanked everyone for their help with the church booth at the fair and announced that Alaska Baker was the winner of the Bible. Special thanks to Jimmy and Jeanette for their work on the booth and for purchasing Bibles for the kids. Pastor Mark shared the prayer requests with the congregation that were left in the box at the fair. Continue reading...

The Word of God Endures Forever

Subscriber onlyA new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye dhave love one to another. John 13:34, 35. Continue reading...

Dog Days Of Summer

Subscriber onlyHot, hazy, humid days! These are the dog days of summer, the hottest days of the year. Traditionally, Dogs Days run from July 3 through Aug. 11. The ancient Romans had an explanation for this phenomena: It was during this time span that the Dog Star, Sirius, appeared in the summer sky. The Romans believed that the heat of the Dog Star, added to the heat of the Sun, made for the hottest days of the year. We no longer believe that; but we continue to talk about the Dog Days of Summer. Traditions die hard. Continue reading...

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Soccer Coming To McDonald County High School

Subscriber onlyMcDonald County High School will add a new sport for the 2015-2016 school year. It will be the "beautiful game" -- soccer to those who are unfamiliar of the classic sport's nickname. Continue reading...

Venom Champions Win Or Lose

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County Venom fastpitch girls softball team is at the USSSA Orlando World Series. The World Series began on July 18 and ends July 25. Continue reading...

Mustang Pride Day, Aug. 15

Subscriber onlyMustang Pride Day is Saturday, Aug. 15, at McDonald County High School. Continue reading...

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