The Shannon County Museum will be open and welcome visitors on Christmas Parade Day, Saturday, Dec. 6,from Noon until 6 PM serving hot cider and cookies. Come browse the gift shop.
Summersville's annual Christmas Parade featured a host of American Flags with dozens of local veterans and that included a traditional tribute to fallen soldiers (top left) as well as veterans' float as the Parade Grand Marshal. Clockwise from top right: The Scenic Rivers Shrine Club canoe float, paddled by Doyle Bradford; The Summersville High School Choir; The annual Christmas Royalty Queens and candidates float and Santa arriving on his ATV. (photos by R. Dillon)
SHARE CHRISTMAS DEADLINE EXTENDED THROUGH FRIDAY
Shannon County's Share Your Christmas Campaign will be accepting donations through the end of this week, extending the deadline to Dec. 19...
Santa comes to town in Winona this Saturday as the Winona Board presents their annual Christmas Parade around the square starting at 6:00 PM...
600 PAGE RIVERWAYS' PLAN AVAILABLE ON-LINE
Ozark National Scenic Riverway's long awaited and much discussed Final General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (Final GMP) is now available on-line for public view...
LIFE SENTENCES IN METH LAB FIRE CASE
On Dec. 8, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced that a Reynolds County man has been sentenced to life in prison after a meth-related fire that killed two children on Dec.1, 2012....
TWO INJURED IN SEPERATE CRASHES
A Hartshorn man suffered "serious" injuries in a one vehicle accident on Hwy 196 on Dec. 9 and a Fremont woman sustained "moderate" injuries in a one vehicle accident in Winona on Dec. 13...
LOCAL ELECTIONS' FILING PERIOD OPENS
The filing period for municipal and school board candidates wanting to be on ballots for the April 7, 2013 local elections opens on Tuesday, Dec. 16, and continue through Jan. 20. Municipal candidates for mayor or city boards file at their respective city offices, while school board candidates file at the superintendents' offices in their respective school districts....
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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.
Area residents interested in attending college can learn more about financial aid options available to them at a workshop set for 2:45 PM Friday, Dec. 19, at Eminence High School. For more information contact the Missouri State-West Plains financial aid office at (417) 255-7243 or Eminence High School Counselor Julie Voyles at (573) 226-3252.
Ozarks Natural & Cultural Resource Center Trees and Trains Exhibit will be
Nov 24-Dec 24 at 202 S. Hwy 19, Salem, Monday-Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM.
Come and enjoy Christmas on the square in Winona with the Christmas Parade & Meet with Santa this Saturday, Dec. 20. Meet Santa at the Winona Senior Center, on the square, before the parade from 3-5 PM. Pictures taken will be printed and available.
Visit with Santa
Ozarks Natural & Cultural Resource Center will have a visit from Santa Saturday, Dec 13 and 20, located at 202 S. Hwy. 19, Salem.
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