WINONA RIDERS - Thrills and spills at the Winona Park Board sponsored Rodeo Saturday night featured bull riders, Josh Baker (left), Corey McDaniels (top) and Nick Reynolds, plus mutton buster Jo Jo Blunkall (above) (Wave-R. Dillon)
EHS, WHS, LHS Earn Top Seeds in District Volleyball
Absentee Balloting Underway
Absentee voting is underway in Shannon County for the Nov. 4 general election. Oct 8, was the last day unregistered voters could register and still be eligible to cast a ballot in the Nov. 4 elections....
Winter Woes Could Make Propane
As the winter heating season approaches, the Missouri Propane Education and Research council is encouraging propane customers to take steps to fill their tanks early for propane .......
Felony Assault Weapons Case Filed on Oct. 3
A rural Summersville man faces assault and unlawful use of a weapon charges in a Shannon County Associate Circuit Court case, filed by Prosecuting Attorney Jodie Brumble on Oct.3 ...
A Birch Tree woman sustained "moderate injuries in a two-vehicle accident Saturday in Eminence Edna C. Homer, 71, was transported by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Mountain View...
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Garden Club Meeting
The Mtn. View Garden Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 9 AM at the Mtn. View Public Library. Program: Business meeting, out to lunch, carpool to West Plains for program "Using Plant Material in the Landscape". Visitors always welcome. For more information call (573) 226-1335.
The Church of God Of Prophecy in Fremont presents special guest speaker, Ralph Case, as heard on KBIY 91.3, "The Colonel's Corner", speaking on the importance of the King James Version Bible. Sunday, Oct. 19, at 6 PM.
The Summersville Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a 5k Saturday, Oct. 4, starting at 8 AM in the square. To pre-register or for more information call (573) 321-8138 or nixonr@svilleK12.mo.us.
Beginning at 7 PM, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25, the Summersville Senior Class is hosting a Haunted House in the Summersville Mill. Tickets are $5 and while standing in line for a Scary Experience guests will be entertained by ghost stories told by Rick Mansfield. The Haunted House will be operated from 7-9:30 PM both Friday and Saturday. Proceeds from this will assist with their Senior trip.
Reflections from the Road columnist Rick Mansfield has published his second book and will be signing copies, and more, at the Summersville Mill Friday, Oct. 24, beginning at 6 PM. The event will be held rain or shine, with seating available in the Mill. For more information call (573) 663-2269.
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.
Whole Kids Outreach annual Christmas Store will be during the days of December 11th, 12th, 15th and 16th. To earn a voucher to shop, adults will need to either volunteer for a one hour job or donate $10 per child. Adults may volunteer or donate in advance on Mondays through Thursdays (except holidays) from 9 AM-2 PM starting November 3rd. For more information call (573) 663-3257.
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