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Prices At Bull Sale Follows Trends; Shatter Previous Records

Subscriber onlyThe 83rd Southwest Missouri Beef Cattle Improvement Association's bull sale held March 31 at Springfield Livestock Marketing Center followed the current beef market trend with a record average price of $4,389. Continue reading...

Controlled Burn On Pasture Grass Jump-Starts Grazing

Subscriber onlyA blackened pasture warms faster on a cold spring day. That starts early grass growth. Continue reading...

Beef Prices Will Remain High Until Herd Numbers Increase

Subscriber onlyRecord cattle prices have caused a large uptick in beef prices at the grocery store. Continue reading...

Pretty As A Picture

Subscriber onlyI find myself inexplicably drawn to, and have a passion for, old barns. My fascination lies primarily with the old rust colored wooden ones that once wore a fresh red coat. I come upon these old symbols of farms that once thrived scattered throughout rural areas of the county. They may be found atop hills overlooking the valleys below or you might see them nestled next to a patch of woods. Some old barns may be found near the banks of small country streams. Continue reading...

Over Pound Of Marijuana Found During Drug Bust

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County Sheriff's Department and the Southwest Missouri Drug Task force arrested two people on drug charges while serving a search warrant Friday evening at a residence on Rains Road, just outside of Jane. Continue reading...

Rabies Clinics Set For Saturday

Subscriber onlySeveral cities will host rabies clinics Saturday, April 12. Continue reading...

Noel Citywide Yard Sale To Be Held April 18-19

Subscriber onlyThe annual citywide yard sale in Noel will be held Friday, April 18, and Saturday, April 19. Continue reading...

Easter Egg Hunt Set In Stella

Subscriber onlyAn Easter egg hunt will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 12, on the grounds of the United Methodist Church in Stella. Continue reading...

Social Before Social Was Cool

Subscriber onlyCome to the old Bunker Hill School house on any given Thursday and you will find the over 100-year-old property humming and buzzing with activity. Continue reading...

Tatum Named An 'Outstanding Missourian'

Subscriber onlyMcDonald County residents have long-known that Jim Tatum is an outstanding Missourian. On Saturday afternoon, the state legislature made it official. Continue reading...

Courthouse News

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Keeping His Cool With Wood Heat

POULTRY FARMER ESCAPES IMPACT OF HIGH PROPANE PRICES...

Subscriber onlyWhen propane prices spiked at over $5 a gallon this winter, Murphy Biglow didn't freak out despite having almost 100,000 chickens to keep warm. Continue reading...

Fire Board Expenditures Questioned -- Again

Subscriber onlyExcept for a couple of brief confrontations between opposing factions regarding actions of the board of directors of the Goodman Area Fire District, Tuesday night's meeting was held in accordance with board chairman Jim Morgan's request that the meeting be held with "a little bit of decorum." Continue reading...

Sellers, Sweeten Win Mayoral Races

SOUTHWEST CITY MAN UNSEATS SCHOOL BOARD INCUMBENT...

Subscriber onlyGregg Sweeten staged a successful write-in campaign to become Pineville's next mayor by beating three people on the ballot during Tuesday's Municipal Election. Continue reading...

Missouri Department Of Revenue Offers Tax Return Tips

Subscriber onlyWith the April 15 deadline to file state tax returns fast approaching, the Missouri Department of Revenue offers the following advice: Continue reading...

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