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“The Band Plays On”

Kids’ Night Program Re-Scheduled for July 1st. The 5th and 6th grade students in Summer School went on a field trip to the Opera House Theater where they were introduced to a few instruments; met the Choir teacher; learned about Band, Choir, and Drama; were treated to pop and popcorn; and watched the movie, “The

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Greenfield man pleads guilty to enticing teens for illicit sex

Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Greenfield man pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday, June 28, to attempting to entice two teenage victims to engage in illicit sexual activity. Christopher L. Johnson, 37, of Greenfield, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to both counts

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Crowder College Spring Dean’s List

Crowder College announced the spring 2016 Dean’s List. Appleton City – Brooke Powell. El Dorado Springs – Makenzie Schwalm, Karlee Collins, Jamie Fletcher, Ginelle Esry, Lindsay Daniel, Shelby Loane, Robert Christian, Melissa Gooden, Olivia Witt, Ashlee Kicenski, Riley Taylor, Kayla Cochran and Tabitha Bender. Milo – Amanda Carter, Emily Dunlap and Emily Ford. Schell City

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS CHAPTER 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ meeting room on Thursday, June 24. Our leader, Robbie, opened the meeting. Kay led us in singing “When Your Smiling.” We said our pledges. Marilyn led us in a series of exercises. Robbie led us in roll call. Twenty-Five weighed in today and

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LCT ROCK AROUND THE BLOCK A SUCCESS

The LCT Lighthouse “Rock Around the Block” summer production was a glowing success. Nina Plaskett and Marie Barlow, two LCT “Circle of Light” alums, began volunteering with the Lighthouse Children’s Theatre creating costumes and set artwork nearly a decade ago. Their sister, Nellie, would complete the sister trio during those early years. Miss Nina and

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WALKER CLASS OF 1971 HOLDS REUNION

Nine members of the Walker High School Class of 1971 gathered at the home of Glen and Alberta Hays for their 45th Class Reunion on Saturday, June 4th for a Fish Fry.   Many years of reminiscing were shared with one another as the evening progressed with lots of laughter and “do you remember this

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Gardening to distraction

How to help pollinators without planting These are not your standard how to help pollinators suggestions. Write it off to the record hot temperatures we have been having but I don’t think much will survive if we try to plant right now. That doesn’t mean there aren’t things we can do to help pollinators: 1.

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Cedar County Historical Society meets

by Kathy Smith The Cedar County Historical Society met at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 16, in the museum in Stockton.  Members present were Judy Nichols, president; Bob Phillips, vice president; Kathy Smith, secretary; Kay Snow, treasurer; Shirley Potts, assistant treasurer; Connie Maupin; Chris Barber; Barbara Fox; and Bob Estes. Visitors present were Ken Potts, Edna

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Taylor and Baker books available

Troublemaker by Linda Howard – Sent to a remote location when an unknown enemy begins targeting members of his paramilitary group, dedicated operative Morgan Yancy fights his growing feelings for small-town police chief Isabeau Maran, whose life is put in danger by her discovery of Morgan’s secret. Beyond The Ice Limit by Douglas Preston and

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FATHER’S DAY AT PAPE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

On Father’s Day, Pape Christian Church celebrated the men in our lives. Pictured – front (from left) Darren Burchett, Wilson Burchett (reaching out to little brother, Jaxon Burchett, who was shy about getting in the picture), Zachary Laugeness, Judd Lawson, Cameron Lawson, Dennis Wallen and Jesse Newton; (back row) Wendell Burchett, Ronald Hoffman, Dale Wallen,

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