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Subscriber onlyAmerican Legion Benefit Dinner April 20 Continue reading...

Community leaders meet in support of library

Subscriber onlyMcDonald County Library celebrated National Library Week with area business leaders last Wednesday morning at the Anne Croxdale Memorial Library in Southwest City. The Library hosted its first Annual Business Leaders Breakfast to promote partnership between leaders in the community and the Library. Among those in attendance were business owners, school officials and city leaders. Continue reading...

Big 8 Student Art Show To Be Held In McDonald County

Subscriber onlyMcDonald County School District will be hosting this exhibition for the first time since joining the Big 8. Big 8 schools include Monett, Cassville, Lamar, Mount Vernon, Aurora, Seneca and McDonald County. Continue reading...

State Library Club Officers, Award Winners

Subscriber onlyJill Williams, librarian and sponsor of the Library Club at McDonald County High School, and 33 students recently traveled to the state library club (Epsilon Beta) convention in Springfield. Continue reading...

MCHS Presents Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr.

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County High School drama department will be presenting Disney's "Beauty and the Beast Jr." throughout this weekend at the performing arts center on the campus of MCHS. There will be a $7 charge for adults, $5 charge for students and children under five are free. Continue reading...

Tick Season Is Upon Us!

Subscriber onlyJEFFERSON CITY -- With warmer weather on the way, the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (DHSS) wants to remind people living in and visiting the state to take precautions against tick bites. Ticks can transmit serious and potentially deadly illnesses, and they can be active anytime the ground isn't frozen. Continue reading...

Color Additions Bring Life To Home

NEW PRINTS AND DESIGNS ADD UPDATED LOOK FOR SPRING

Subscriber onlyPeople want to tell a story inside their house and that means several new trends popping up this spring. Continue reading...

Courthouse News

Subscriber onlyDivision I Continue reading...

Booking Reports

Subscriber onlyThis booking report indicates that the persons listed below were arrested or given a notice to appear in court in connection with the charges listed next to their names. It does not indicate guilt or innocence in regard to any of the alleged offenses. Continue reading...

Commission Minutes

Subscriber onlyJan. 22 Continue reading...

Master Gardner Program Offers Free Class

Subscriber onlyThe Master Gardener Program will be the topic and focus of a class being offered by the McDonald County Library. Patti Reed, a master gardener will be the instructor. The Missouri Master Gardener Program promotes and raises public awareness of the University of Missouri Extension as a source of unbiased, research-based gardening information. This program provides in-depth horticultural training to individuals throughout Missouri who then volunteer their time applying what they have learned to help others in their community learn about gardening and provide environmental education. Continue reading...

Sales Tax Revenue

Subscriber onlySales tax receipts for February 2018, when compared to 2017 receipts for the same time period, show that county revenue is on the rise while municipal revenue has increased in some towns and decreased in others. Continue reading...

Rocky Acres Produce To Open In May

Subscriber onlyJoe Borntreger leads a life founded in his family, his farm and his Amish faith. Borntreger owns and operates Rocky Acres Produce alongside his wife, Mary, and their 12 children. Continue reading...

Land Transfers

Subscriber onlyAntonio Saldivar and Hortencia Saldivar to Nancy S. Villatoro-Rodriguez. Kirk S. Addition. Blk. 1, Lot 9 through Lot 11. McDonald County, Mo. Continue reading...

Pineville 8th-Graders Visit the Capitol

Subscriber onlyOn Thursday, April 5, Pineville Elementary eighth-grade students and their teachers, Jason Frencken, Melissa Sutherland and Jeremy Whittle, traveled to Jefferson City to visit with Representative Bill Lant, and toured several sites in the capital city. Continue reading...