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ON THE NET - Eminence and Winona renewed their long standing volleyball rivalry last week with the Lady Wildcats winning 25-20, 25-13 at Eminence. Winona's all-state senior Rachel Holthaus attempts a kill against Wendy Smith (top), EHS's Kimberly Rolen (above left) returns a serve, WHS's Abigail Hough (above center) makes a pass and Lady Redwing Madison Keeling (above right) spikes the ball in the first set. (Wave Photos by Roger Dillon)
Education, Public Funding Released after Veto Upheld
Felony Charges in Three Cases
Three people face felony charges in separate Shannon County Associate Circuit Court cases filed on Sept. 10 by Prosecuting Attorney Jodie Brumble...
Amendment 1 Recount Affirms Passage for "Right to Farm"
On Monday , Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander announced the certified results of the statewide recount of Constitutional Amendment 1, commonly called the "Right to Farm" amendment, which appeared on Missouri's August 5th primary election ballot...
Career/Job Fair for Students Set Sept. 25
Students from area junior high/middle schools and high schools and area residents are invited to attend the 2014 Career/Job Fair set for 9 AM to 2 PM on Thursday, Sept.25, in the Student Recreation Center at the corner of Garfield Avenue and West Trish Knight Street in West Plains ...
Agencies on Aging to Serve as marketplace Navigators
On Sept.8, Catherine Edwards, executive director of the Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging , announced the Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging has been named by the Department of Health and Human Services as an official Health Insurance Market-place "Navigator" organization for teh second straight year. MA_$ will incorporate its network of Area Agencies on Aging and senior centers throughout the state to help people make informed decisions when choosing among health insurance coverage options offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace......
Summersville Woman Injured When Vehicle Hits Bridge
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Bake Off/Recipe Swap
Birch Tree Place will have a bake off/recipe swap family night Tuesday, Sept. 30, starting at 5:30 PM. Everyone invited. For more information call (573) 292-3212, ask for Lori or Tracey.
Mercy St. Francis Hospital in Mtn. View is now enrolling for a free Diabetes Academy course set for Monday, Sept. 29, at 1:30 PM in the dining room. Snacks and door prizes will be provided. For a ride, call (417) 252-7766.
Garden Club Meeting
The Mtn. View Garden Club will meet Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 1 PM at the Porter residence, 807 N State Rt Y, Mtn. View. Program: Hands on workshop-use leaves to make concrete sculptures. Refreshments served. Visitors always welcome. For more information call (573) 226-1335.
The Shannon County Farmers Market is the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month at the old ballpark in Eminence from 8 AM-12 Noon. All vendors are welcome.
The Shannondale "Rag Pull" Clothing Sale will be Sept. 18, 19 & 20. Thursday from 4-7 PM, Friday from 10 AM-6 PM and Saturday from 8 AM-11 AM.
Food Pantry Drawing
The Shannon County Food Pantry is selling tickets for a Tikka T3 stainless synthetic 25-06 with 3x9-40 VXI Leupold and soft case. $5 each or 5 tickets for $20. Drawing will be Oct. 27. Call (573) 247-8435 or (573) 201-1597. Proceeds go to the food pantry.
A free beginner's line dance workout is offered each Friday from 1-2 PM at the Summersville Senior Center. This is not a class but an hour of BASIC line dance exercise for those who need the motivation of music and friends. A $1 donation to the senior center is suggested to cover use of the facility. Call (417) 932-4866 for more information.
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