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1 bedroom apartment – In Nevada. Pool, rec. room, nicely furnished or unfurnished. & laundry. Free Dish Network. $250 security deposit. No pets! Starting at $390. www.lakepointenevada.com

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Native grass pasture walk near Walker Tuesday, July 19

“Native grasses can meet cattle grazing needs in the summer months,” says Patrick Davis MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist. Therefore, MU Extension is cooperating with Natural Resource Conservation Service, Missouri Department of Conservation and the Nature Conservancy of Missouri to provide a native grass pasture walk on July 19. This pasture walk will begin at

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Teachers invited to MDC Unhooked Summer Workshop in Jefferson City

One of the best ways for students to learn about nature is to interact with the outdoors. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites teachers to learn how to bring their classroom outdoors during a two-day workshop July 7-8 at MDC’s Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City. Participants will explore the MDC Discover Nature Schools’

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TOPS: If you are what you eat, what color are you?

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in The Hill Church, (formerly Bethel Free Will Church) 1300 S. Summer St, El Dorado Springs Thursday, June 23, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Linda Hall, Leader, called the meeting to order. Ray B led us in singing “A TOPS Club Clover” We said our TOPS and

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Department of Natural Resources offers summer cooling tips

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources provides weatherization assistance statewide to help eligible participants increase energy efficiency and improve the health of their homes. Here are some summertime cooling tips to help gain energy efficiency benefits: Use Air Conditioning Wisely Set your thermostat as high as comfortably possible. The less difference between the indoor and

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AND THE LITTLE LEAGUE WINNERS ARE…

1st ever annual baseball tournament at the new little league field just west of town called “The RockLot”, had their first tournament Saturday June 18th. El Do Elite 9U took home first place! These 8 & 9 year old local boys played their hearts out, taking on Nevada, Stockton and Bolivar. Pictured from left to

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Learn about snakes on July 12 at MDC’s Springfield Nature Center

Snakes are among Missouri’s most misunderstood animals. That’s unfortunate because underneath a snake’s frightful reputation is an animal that performs valuable pest-control services for humans and, with the exception of a few venomous species, is relatively harmless. People can learn more about snakes on July 12 at the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) free program

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Fishing report

Capliner Mills Report Caplinger Woods Some people were fishing early Saturday morning. They caught crappie, white bass, a few walleye and some catfish. The heat drove the fishermen off the bridge. Taberville Report by Bobby Dains Dains Fish Farm Catfish are biting. I saw a 52 lb. flathead caught on a line and a 30

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No mouse can out smart Bell

by Julia Snethen & Marge Zink Sunday morning worship service at the Rockville United Methodist Church was conducted by Leland Brown entitled “Commitment” taken from Luke 9:51-62. You are welcome to join to join us for worship Sunday at 9 a.m. Mt. Zion area has been hot this past week and were thankful for the

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Annual Wayside Inn Museum Art Show and Sale, huge success

Tad Johnston hails from Nevada. He is a musician extraordinare. He plays fiddle, harmonica, guitar, ukulele, etc.Tad just started painting a couple years ago. The Wayside Inn Museum hosted it’s annual Art Show and Sale reception this past Sunday with the biggest attendance ever. Everyone enjoyed the display of the phenomenal talents of the local

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