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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...

Crowder Theatre Presents Faculty Showcase

Subscriber onlyCrowder College faculty members are directing a faculty showcase in theatre at 7:30 p.m. May 27-29 nightly in the Elsie Plaster Community Center on the Neosho campus. Tickets will be $4 for general admission; $2 for children under age 12. The entire show will run approximately 2 hours. Continue reading...

Italian Buffet To Be Served At Stella Dance

Subscriber onlyThe weekly Friday night dinner and dance for Friday, May 22 at the Stella Senior Center will feature an Italian buffet. Continue reading...

Armed Forces Day To Be Celebrated With Free Concert

Subscriber onlyA free concert in celebration of Armed Forces Day will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, at Riordan Hall in Bella Vista, Ark. Continue reading...

Tips On Growing Garden Corn

Subscriber onlyWhen I was a young boy we would always put up corn in the summer. Of course, growing up in Louisiana, we raised field corn to eat, and I still prefer it to sweet corn. Field corn seems to go better than sweet corn with fried okra, purple hull peas, lima beans and garden-fresh tomatoes. Continue reading...

Agriculture Grateful For Gains During 2015 Legislative Session

Subscriber onlyFor Missouri Farm Bureau, the 2015 Legislative session will be remembered for early successes and late disappointments. Top priorities were approved and signed by Governor Jay Nixon well before the session ended and proposals that Farm Bureau believed to be detrimental to Missouri agriculture were defeated. However, some important measures will be considered missed opportunities as a result of legislative gridlock. Continue reading...

Sheep, Goat Footrot Detection, Prevention Program Set May 30

Subscriber onlyThere will be a workshop on footrot detection and prevention in sheep and goats on Saturday, May 30 at Crowder College. Continue reading...

Decoration Day

Subscriber onlyDecoration Day was always a big deal in our house when I was a child. It was right up there with all of the major holidays -- Easter, Christmas, Fourth of July. Getting gussied up, packing a picnic and flowers and visiting the country cemetery where six generations of my family rested was the schedule for the day. Continue reading...

Now's The Time To Look For Bagworms

Subscriber onlyOne of the common June and July calls we receive regards defoliation of junipers and cypress by bagworms. Continue reading...

Lawn, Gardening or 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...

History Live! Celebration Set For May 23

Subscriber onlyThe third History Live! celebration marking the annual opening of the Historic Courthouse on the Square has several exciting new additions to the museum to unveil this year. The celebration will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 23 in Pineville. Continue reading...

Republican Club To Meet May 28

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County Republican Club will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 at the Pineville Community Building. Continue reading...

Funding Needed For Tire Disposal

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