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Back To Basics Meets Feb. 11

Subscriber onlyThe Feb. 11 meeting of the McDonald County Back to Basics Community Group will be held at the New Mac Community Room, old Highway 71 -- north of the high school -- in Anderson, Mo. There will be a Valentine potluck at 6:30 p.m., with the meeting following from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Continue reading...

Nine charged with trespassing in cave vandalism case

Subscriber onlyNine young adults have been charged with second-degree trespassing in connection with an incident in which a cave near Jane was vandalized. Continue reading...

Legislative Committee Considers Powdered-Alcohol Ban

Subscriber onlyLast week we were kept busy with committee hearings. There have been literally hundreds of bills referred to committees, and the chairs will try to allow hearings for as many as possible. Having said that, it is an extremely long and time-consuming process. I had as many as four two-hour hearings plus a two-hour session and still had to make time for office visits and phone calls. This hectic pace only lasts for a few weeks and then things start to settle down a little. Continue reading...

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Community

Back To Basics Meets Feb. 11

Subscriber onlyThe Feb. 11 meeting of the McDonald County Back to Basics Community Group will be held at the New Mac Community Room, old Highway 71 -- north of the high school -- in Anderson, Mo. There will be a Valentine potluck at 6:30 p.m., with the meeting following from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Continue reading...

Legislative Committee Considers Powdered-Alcohol Ban

Subscriber onlyLast week we were kept busy with committee hearings. There have been literally hundreds of bills referred to committees, and the chairs will try to allow hearings for as many as possible. Having said that, it is an extremely long and time-consuming process. I had as many as four two-hour hearings plus a two-hour session and still had to make time for office visits and phone calls. This hectic pace only lasts for a few weeks and then things start to settle down a little. Continue reading...

Annual Schools Foundation Banquet Honoring Dr. Scott and Susan Davis Goldstein

Subscriber onlyOn March 12, the McDonald County Schools Foundation will host its third annual Heart of Education banquet at McDonald County High School. Continue reading...

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Religion

Overcoming The Blahs

Subscriber onlyThe winter has been long. The days have been drawn-out and drab and dreary. We've been kept inside for much too long. It's too cold to go outside and too tiresome to stay inside. We have "cabin fever." We're battling a case of the "winter blahs!" Continue reading...

God Never Changes

Subscriber onlyAs we all know, times are changing more drastically than we have ever experienced. If it were not for the stability of God's Word, we would surely have a life of worry and turmoil that we could not endure. I am so glad that He gave us a firm foundation to keep us from the storms of life. Continue reading...

The Best Trade I Ever Made

Subscriber onlyFrankie Garvin was celebrating a birthday as we gathered to worship Sunday at Mill Creek Baptist Church. Praise from Janice Mason for her new grandbaby, and special prayers were requested for Wayne Holly's uncle and Carolyn and Betty Walker. Continue reading...

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Sports

Mustangs Make Clean Sweep At Monett

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County seventh- and eighth-grade basketball teams made it a clean sweep at Monett on Jan. 28 with wins by both teams in both the A and B games. Continue reading...

Lady Mustangs Split Games In Cassville Tourney

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County Lady Mustangs junior varsity girls' basketball team split games in a tournament held Jan. 30 at Cassville High School. Continue reading...

MCH Homecoming 2016

Subscriber onlyPhoto by Rick Peck Senior king candidate Max Dill escorted by Kelsey Thornton Continue reading...

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