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Steer Feedout Finale June 29 In Mount Vernon

Subscriber onlyMOUNT VERNON -- The Missouri Steer Feedout Finale will be held 7 p.m., June 29 at the University of Missouri Southwest Research Center, 14548 Highway H, Mount Vernon. The meeting location is accessible from I-44 at either Exit 38 or 44. Continue reading...

By Invitation Only

Subscriber onlyThe old man's day was ending and, as the darkness sank low over the land, he began to fall into sleep. In his sleep he began a journey, one that he had thought about so often. He traveled on and on until he came to a place, a place that was the most wonderful and beautiful he had ever seen. It was one that was indescribably astonishing and one which he had never imagined could exist. Halfhearted endeavors and visions embedded neither in fact nor in faith make the trek to any faraway place seem virtually impossible, but this place now seemed within his reach. Continue reading...

Noel Woman's Club Holds Summer Potluck

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Keaton On Junior Rodeo Team

Subscriber onlyDENVER - Courtney Keaton, a seventh-grade student at Anderson Middle School, has earned a position on the Arkansas National Junior High rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Lebanon, Tenn., June 19-25 to compete at the 12th annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR) in the Ribbon Roping competition. Continue reading...

Cornerstone 4-H Youth Use $500 Grant To Enhance Senior Center

Subscriber onlyCornerstone 4-H Club of Southwest City was recently awarded a $500 grant to invest in the community. Continue reading...

Highway 59 Repairs Finished

CONTRACTOR REBUILT THE SECTION OF ROAD WAY AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

Subscriber onlyMissouri Highway 59 reopened to traffic at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Continue reading...

Golf Club Almost Back To Normal After Flood

Subscriber onlyThe Elk River Golf Club at Noel is almost back to normal following cleanup from the December flood. Continue reading...

Sentencing For Murder Of McDonald County Man

Subscriber onlyTwo men entered guilty pleas to murder in the second degree during court appearances Tuesday. Continue reading...

'Read to a Dog' At Library

Subscriber onlyAs part of McDonald County Library's 2016 Summer Reading Program, children are getting a chance to share a story with a dog. This new event, which has been made possible with the help of volunteers Joe and Carolyn Kozlosky, pairs children with dogs in hopes of providing a low-stress setting for practicing reading skills. Continue reading...

The Fight Against Cancer at Pineville Square

Subscriber onlyA scorching hot Friday didn't prevent American Cancer Society members and cancer survivors from rallying at Pineville Square for the American Cancer Society Festival to raise awareness about reducing cancer and to raise money to fight the disease. Continue reading...

Community Calendar

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Obituaries

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Pineville Honors Williams With Framed U.S. Flag

Subscriber onlyMayor Gregg Sweeten opened the Pineville City Council meeting Tuesday by presenting a framed flag to Barbara Williams, wife of former Alderman Jack Williams, who passed away recently. This gesture was in appreciation of Jack William's service to the city. The council expressed that Jack is very much missed by the council and the city. Continue reading...

Governor Signs Several Bills

Subscriber onlyIt's crunch time for the governor to sign bills. Continue reading...

You Can't Beat Beets; Sweet Veggie Packs A Punch

Subscriber onlySPRINGFIELD -- Beets are available locally and fresh in Missouri from June to October, and can be found in the grocer all year long according to Dr. Pam Duitsman, nutrition and health specialist with University of Missouri Extension. Continue reading...

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