IT AIN’T OVER TIL IT’S OVER… AND IT’S OVER

This young ball player gets in some T-Ball practice as the season winds down and officially ends on June 30. There were a little over 300 children who participated this year. There were five Major Boys teams, three Major Girls teams, six Minor Boys teams, four Minor Girls teams, six Coaches Pitch teams and six

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SANTA PAULA BULLDOGS TAKE FIRST

The Santa Paula Bulldogs won 1st place at Joplin in the 13 and under division. This is the second championship they have won. They have two more tournaments to finish out the season. (From left bottom row) Garrett Lievens, Jayson Adams, Gavin Morgan, Daniel Minehardt and Seth Minehardt; (from left, top row) Coach Scott Robison,

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Responses from Facility Needs Survey of Staff

Editor’s note: The administration asked the staff for their list of facilty needs since they deal with them every day. This is the unedited list which was presented to the board at the special June 23, 2016, meeting: Elevator in HS MS Gym including Health Classroom Updated Science Labs MS/HS Vocal Music Classroom – built

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Conservation Commission Action – June 2016

The Missouri Conservation Commission met on Thursday, June 23, for its closed session at the MDC Central Regional Office, 3500 Gans Road in Columbia, and on Friday, June 24, for its regular open meeting at the MDC Runge Conservation Nature Center, 330 Commerce Drive in Jefferson City. Commissioners present were: •Marilynn J. Bradford, Chair •David

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Mike Dill wins Stockton tourney

Local angler Mike Dill took the win Saturday, June 23, in the D126 Bass Tournament on Stockton Lake. Dill’s five fish bag weighed 12.03 lbs and gave him a $541 payday. Second place went to Jay Carter with a five fish limit weighing 11.50 lbs, earning him $254. Pittsburg, KS, angler, Dominic Cavitt, took third

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Savvy Senior®

10 ways seniors can avoid identity theft Dear Savvy Senior What can seniors do to protect themselves from identity theft? My brother-in-law, who’s 77, recently had his identity stolen and I want to make sure it doesn’t happen to me. Worried Relative Dear Worried, Great question! Each year around 17 million people fall victim to

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Feel rushed at the doctor’s office? How to get more 1-1 time

For patients and physicians alike, the current health care environment has never been more promising, but it’s also frustrating. While there are more medical advancements and treatment options than ever before, the importance of the doctor-patient relationship has taken a backseat in the health care continuum. For most people, this means scheduling a visit with

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5 steps for senior safety and emergency-preparedness

June is National Safety Month – an appropriate time to assess your personal safety and plan ahead for emergencies. This is especially important for those living on their own and looking for ways to maintain their independence. A few simple tips and safety measures will help give peace of mind that you’ve taken necessary precautions

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Adult vaccinations coming your way

Make 2016 a year to remember by getting your adult vaccinations. From time to time, the CDC allows county health departments the opportunity to offer vaccines under the “317 program” to uninsured or underinsured adults. Effective July 1, the following vaccines may be offered through the Cedar County Health Department: •Hepatitis B •Hepatitis A/B •HPV

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