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Crum Spreads A Little Sunshine, Joy With Food Truck Cuisine

Subscriber onlyAaron Crum plans to bring a little bit of his tropical sunshine and Caribbean Creole creations to McDonald County next month. Crum owns and operates a food-truck operation, The Sunshine Shack, which features his own unique cuisine. Continue reading...

MCHS Students Receive Onsite Carpentry Training

Subscriber onlyMark Kaufman serves as the foreman to a construction crew like no other. The McDonald County High School carpentry teacher oversees 27 juniors and seniors as they navigate the obstacles of a working job site: mental-, physical- and weather-related. Students who have completed two years of introductory carpentry classes are permitted to participate in the floor-to-ceiling construction of a house in town. Continue reading...

Aldermen Approve Purchase Of Movies For Family, Friendly Fun

Subscriber onlyPineville aldermen renewed their commitment to the community for family-friendly entertainment when they voted to purchase six movies for the year. The movies are generally held outdoors throughout the year and bring the community together for free, family fun. Continue reading...

Local Chef Authors Book To Preserve Ozark Culinary History

Subscriber onlyChef Erin Rowe doesn't frequently cook squirrel, but she does have a championship, award-winning recipe for squirrel meatloaf in her new book. The Bella Vista (Ark.) chef also features 50 heirloom recipes, some from as far back as the early 1880s. Her new book isn't necessarily a cookbook, though it can be utilized as one, she said. Continue reading...

Council Takes No Action On Trail Plan

Subscriber onlyThe Noel City Council on Tuesday night heard from Nikki Hill of the Harry S. Truman Coordinating Council about a city trail plan. Hill said her organization has been working to connect southwest Missouri to the northwest Arkansas trail network. Continue reading...

Goodman Aldermen Approve New Tires, Toolbox For Service Truck

Subscriber onlyGoodman City Council members voted to move ahead on Feb. 6 with completing items needed for a used service truck for the city. In action at the regular Feb. 6 board of aldermen meeting, council members voted to purchase two new tires for the 2009 GMC Sierra truck the city recently purchased. Continue reading...

Anderson To Hold Ball Signups

Subscriber onlyThe city of Anderson invites young athletes to participate in the local baseball and softball teams in the coming season. Continue reading...

Baseball, softball sign-up Feb. 17, 24

Subscriber onlyOrganizers with the Goodman Baseball and Softball Program will host sign-ups for the upcoming season, from 10 a.m. to noon, Feb. 17 and 24, at Goodman City Hall. Continue reading...

Board To Seek Bids For New Buses

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County R-1 School District Board of Education voted to seek bids for new buses at its meeting on Feb. 8. Continue reading...

Where There's Smoke There's Fire

Subscriber onlyKeith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Bella Vista and White Rock firefighters work to put out a fire that appeared to start in the rear axle of a trailer pulled by a semi-tractor on U.S. Highway 71, just north of the state line. Emergency workers had to stop southbound traffic on the interstate to put out the fire on a chilly Tuesday. "When these tires catch on fire, it always looks worse than it is," said Bella Vista deputy chief Bryan Wolfgang. Continue reading...

Thank a Farmer Week Celebrates Agriculture

Subscriber onlyWhere would we be without farmers -- those hard-working individuals that care for the land and animals, provide us with food, clothing, entertainment, medicine, shelter, transportation and much more! Missouri Farm Bureau and County Farm Bureau's across the state are joining forces to celebrate the importance of agriculture, Feb. 4-10, during Celebrate Agriculture: Thank a Farmer Week. Continue reading...

Briefs

Subscriber onlyTax Returns at McDonald County Senior Center Now through March Continue reading...

Tax Prep Assistance For Seniors

Subscriber onlyNext week, volunteers will be available to assist seniors and 100 percent disabled individuals in filing for property tax credits on MO-PTC forms. Continue reading...

Crowder Nursing Student Receives Carthage Soroptimist Scholarship

Subscriber onlyNEOSHO -- Crowder College nursing student Brandy Anderson was surprised by the Carthage Soroptimist group today with a $1,000 scholarship to apply towards her studies. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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