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Pancake Breakfast Draws Steady Crowd

Subscriber onlyPeople are serious about their pancakes in Pineville. Continue reading...

MCHS Seniors Qualified For DECA Internationals

Subscriber onlyTwo McDonald County High School students qualified for the DECA International Career Development Conference in Atlanta, Ga. Continue reading...

Noel Students Complete Science Fair Projects

Subscriber onlyNoel Elementary and Junior High School had its annual science fair on April 12. Some students shared their projects in advance of the event. Continue reading...

Courthouse News

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Land Transfers

Subscriber onlyHenley Properties, LLC to Alan J. Gustaf and Miriam R. Gustaf. Twin Springs. Lot 7. McDonald County, Mo. Continue reading...

Council Considers Restroom For Bike Park

Subscriber onlyThe Pineville City Council, at its meeting Tuesday, discussed the need for a restroom at the bike park. Continue reading...

Goodman Aldermen Considering Tasers For Police Force

Subscriber onlyGoodman City Council members are looking at possibly purchasing a Taser package. Continue reading...

Mustang's Alley Shares Two Decades Of Dancing With County

Subscriber onlyRon and Peggy Ruckman have shared two decades of two-stepping with the county. The couple owns and operates Mustang's Alley -- a family-friendly dance hall east of Jane. Continue reading...

Booking Report

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Anderson council swears in new officials, accepts paving bid

Subscriber onlyAnderson's city council voted on Tuesday to accept a bid for the paving of two troublesome roads in town -- Sellers Road and Park Street. Previous estimates placed costs between $50,000 and $65,000. Council members voted to accept the low bid from Hutchens Construction at the cost of $67,453.50. Continue reading...

'Family Fun Day' Planned For Saturday

Subscriber onlyThis Saturday, local church members hope to bring together families for some fun. Continue reading...

Board OKs Health Insurance Increase

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County R-1 School District Board of Education, at its April 12 meeting, approved an increase of 8.4 percent to employees' health insurance premiums to allow access to more doctors. Continue reading...

Outdoor Flea Market Flourishes With Unique Items

Subscriber onlyVickie Smith is constantly amazed at what items people bring to an outdoor flea market -- and what sells. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Southwest City Commercial Club Hosts Old Timers' Day Parade

Subscriber onlyThe Southwest City Commercial Club began Old Timers' Day in May 1978. The event began following the retirement of John Poynor, a longtime area resident who had owned and operated the Phillips 66 Service Station from 1927 to 1977. In 1978, the Commercial Club voted to hold a parade in honor of John and Bess Poynor for their 50 years of service to Southwest City. The Poynors became the first Mr. and Mrs. "Old Timers." Continue reading...

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