PAIGE BOWLS THEM OVER

PAIGE BOWLS THEM OVER – Paige Esry was the best ball handler in the Lady Bulldogs Thursday night game against the Warsaw Wildcats. She repeatedly drew fouls and converted every one into points except one making her the leading scorer. Coupled with some deadly 3 point shooting from Anyssa Salazar and solid play from the

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JV LOSES NAIL BITER

JV LOSES NAIL BITER – Tiffany Nikodim drives in traffic against the Warsaw Lady Bobcats Thursday evening at home for two of her four points in her team’s 34-35 loss almost at the buzzer. JV Coach David Rogers said, “As for the game we started off well and had some good things in the beginning.

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Get 2017 hunting and fishing permits from MDC

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missouri hunters and anglers that related annual permits expire at the end of February, including 2016 permits for small game, fishing, trout fishing and combination hunting and fishing. Buy Missouri hunting and fishing permits from one of many vendors around the state, online at mdc.mo.gov/buypermits, or through MDC’s

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MDC encourages people to help prevent wildfires

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds people that a combination of strong winds, low humidity, dry conditions, and warming temperatures this time of year has the potential for unexpected wildfires. According to MDC’s Forestry Division, the main cause of wildfires is improper burning of debris such as trash and brush piles. Each year, MDC

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Learn about Missouri’s complicated fence law

A program to discuss Missouri’s Complicated Fence Law will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, in the Cedar County Courtroom that is located on the first floor of the Cedar County Courthouse at 113 South Street in Stockton. The meeting is being put on by the Cedar County MU Extension Center

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Savvy Senior®

How much does a funeral cost? Dear Savvy Senior, How much does an average funeral and body burial cost? I need to make funeral arrangements for my aunt, who’s terminally ill, and would like to have a cost idea going in so I can plan and budget appropriately. The Executor Dear Executor, It definitely pays

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Greater professionalism could be the key to better hospital care

Healthcare reform has been in the headlines for years, and it seems like the only point everyone agrees on is that something needs to be done to improve the system. While politicians debate who should pay for healthcare and how, a group of healthcare professionals, patients and community advocates have set forth new guidelines to

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Gardening Charlotte

Love in the Garden Bees really should replace Valentine’s Day cherubs. Bees are among a number of pollinators that provide nature’s match-making services, and they are much less obtrusive than those little pink, round winged love-match makers. Without bees to spread pollen, many plants, including food crops, would die off. One out of every three

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ZOE SOZO’S WHOLE LIFE MARKET

ZOE SOZO’S WHOLE LIFE MARKET – Purveyors for authentic, locally made and grown goods. Zoe Sozo’s is new to town, but their family roots in this area go way back. At Zoe’s they don’t just talk about healthy living, both Chris Hoeme and Charlie Williams have devoted their careers to it. Charlie, as with Chris,

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News from Harwood and area

by Helen Ellerman A large crowd attended the Fifth Sunday service at the Harwood Baptist Church Sunday evening, Jan. 29. There was music and church service. Calvary, Pine Street and Cornerstone Baptist Churches from Nevada took part in the service. Brother Jon Caudle Sr. is the pastor at the Harwood Baptist Church. Jewell and Helen

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