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Special Saturday Night Dance At Stella Senior Center

Subscriber onlyThe Stella Senior Center will host a special Saturday night dance on Aug. 23. Continue reading...

Horse Healing Hearts Event Set For Sept. 6

Subscriber onlyA "Ranch Raising" fundraiser for Horses Healing Hearts will be held Saturday, Sept. 6 on the square in Neosho. Continue reading...

Goat, Sheep Grazing Academy Set For Sept. 12-13

Subscriber onlyThe 2014 "Southwest Missouri Goat and Sheep Browsing and Grazing Academy" will be held Sept. 12-13 at the Crowder College Agriculture Department in Neosho. The conference starts at 2 p.m. on Friday and ends at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Continue reading...

Extension To Hold Master Gardener Classes

Subscriber onlyThe University of Missouri Extension will hold Master Gardener classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Sept. 4 to Oct. 9 at the University of Missouri Newton County Extension Office which is located at 18728 Highway 59, in Neosho (across from the airport). Continue reading...

Lawn, Gardening, Insect Problem: Who Ya Going To Call?

Subscriber onlyIf you have a lawn or gardening problem, who are you going to call for research-based and unbiased answers? Continue reading...

EPA Grabs For Dry Land -- #DitchTheRule

Subscriber onlyThe Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to expand the scope of "navigable waters" subject to Clean Water Act jurisdiction was drafted, according to the agency, to reduce uncertainty. And that it does. It's very clear the proposed rule is designed to allow the federal government to regulate every place water flows when it rains, including small and remote "waters" and ephemeral drains and ditches. Continue reading...

Black Layer Is The Time To Shut Irrigation Off

Subscriber onlyJill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension in Barton County, recently scouted fields east of I-49 along Highway 126 on Aug. 13 for the crop scouting program. Scheidt offers this advice from the field. Continue reading...

Time To Start Planning Successful Fall Garden

Subscriber onlySome of the best quality garden vegetables are produced and harvested during the fall season when warm, sunny days are followed by cool, humid nights. Continue reading...

Great News For Future Of Ag

Subscriber onlyThe passage of Amendment 1, the Farming Rights Amendment, is great news for the future of Missouri agriculture. Although the vote was close, a majority of Missouri voters understood the issue and voiced their support for farmers. Aug. 5 was a win for everyone who eats, as well. Our food supply is more secure because of the vote; we farmers will be able to continue doing what we do best, producing good food on family farms all across our state. Continue reading...

Easy Steps To Protect Kids' Costly Gadgets

Subscriber only(StatePoint) The sensitive electronic devices your family now owns no longer sit safely in the den. Your laptops, phones and tablets are in kids' backpacks, the schoolyard and even the treehouse. And these devices are certainly worse for wear. Continue reading...

Tips To Make Math Your Kids' Favorite Subject

Subscriber only(StatePoint) Math may not sound like fun to everyone, but there is fun to be had when learning mathematics. If you can convince kids of that basic principle, getting them to focus in school and do well on their tests will be the easy part. After all some of today's most downloaded apps involve math -- maybe you've heard of the popular app, 2048. Continue reading...

Dancers Win Top Honors At National Competition

Subscriber onlyDancers from Anderson Dance Academy recently attended the Talent On Parade National Competition in Kansas City. The group of 18 dancers performed 16 dances at the week-long competition. They competed against 73 studios from across the nation. Continue reading...

Upstairs Renovations To Begin Soon At Old Courthouse

Subscriber onlyRenovation of the upstairs rooms of the Historic Courthouse Museum is in the planning stages. Work will begin very soon. Continue reading...

Indian Creek Betterment Society Seeking Donations

Subscriber onlyEstablished in 2014, Indian Creek Betterment Society is a nonprofit 501(c) organization located on Indian Creek in Anderson. Continue reading...

'Lunch On The Square' Set For Aug. 25

Subscriber onlyThe Bunker Hill Quilt Club will host "Lunch on the Square" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 25 on the Pineville square. The food will be served out of the new cook shack. Continue reading...

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