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This page last updated 05/17/17

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Free Tech Classes

The Winona R-III School District along with the 21st CCLC will be offering Free technology classes every Monday and Wednesday, 4-6 PM throughout the 2016-17 school year. Call (573) 325-8101 ext. 324 to pre-register.


Line Dances

Hours have changed for the free line dances @ Summersville Community Youth Center! Line Dance Workout is offered each Thursday from 5:30-6:30 PM. Call (417) 932-4866 for more information.


Color Run

Birch Tree Place will have a color run and bake sale Saturday, May 20, starting at 8 AM. Check in at 7:30 AM. All proceeds go to the Good Samaritan Care Clinic and Relay for Life. For more information call (573) 292-3212.




LIBERTY GRADUATES 68 SENIORS

Liberty High School graduated 68 seniors at the LHS Class of 2017 Commencement on Sunday afternoon. Tri-Valedictorians Makayla Elliott, Jaclyn Mantel and Todd Stockton addressed their classmates families, friends and guests, as did  Salutatorian Zachary Brooks, prior to Richie Jester's keynote address....
 



EHS GRADUATES 24 SENIORS

Eminence High School graduated 24 seniors in the Class of 2017 on Sunday. Valedictorian Parker Daniel Matteson and Salutatorian Shaley Marie Burrus addressed the assembly prior to the keynote address by Stephanie Thomas....


RIVERWAYS RECOVERY EFFORTS OPENING SOME PARK AREAS

From the National Park Service:
After more than a week of hard work cleaning and repairing areas in the park, Ozark National Scenic Riverways will open some land-based areas for day use beginning Saturday, May  13. Park staff and the Midwest Region Incident Management Team have been working to assess conditions and identify areas that are safe to open as we continue to address the large tasks ahead...

FLOOD VICTIMS MAY QUALIFY FOR DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING

Residents living in southeast Missouri may qualify for disaster relief funds from the Missouri Housing Development Commission Disaster funding from MHDC is available in response to the state of emergency declared by Governor Greitens on April 29, 2017, The funding will help assist the needs of Missouri citizens that have become homeless (for which purpose of this program means:  street, shelter, other places not meant for human habitation....

 

REP. SMITH TOURS DAMAGE CAUSED BY RECORD FLOODING

Eighth District Congressman Jason Smith was in Eminence on May 8 to meet with Mayor Jim Anderson, and Shannon County Presiding Commissioner Jeff Cowen to learn more about the flooding and recovery efforts in the area....
 


TEAMS ASSESS FOR FEDERAL DISASTER

Gov. Eric Greitens announced that beginning on May 10, teams of local, state and federal disaster specialists are jointly assessing flooding and severe storm damage to homes, personal property and public infrastructure, including schools, roads and bridges, t determine the size and scope of the disaster for the application Missouri will make to have this declared as a federal disaster...


THREE FACE FELONY CHARGES

Three people face felony charges in separate Shannon County Associate Circuit Court cases, filed last week by Prosecuting Attorney Jodie Brumble.
Michael Prewett ,Christopher Shane Munroe & Daniel Lynn Bland

MOTORCYCLIST INJURED ON HWY 19

A Salem man sustained "moderate" injuries in a one-vehicle accident on May 9 on Hwy 19, William E Sweigard, 40 was transported by ambulance to Salem Memorial Hospital...

 

 

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AA Meetings

The Mtn. View First Presbyterian Church will have Alcoholics Anonymous meetings every Tuesday at 8 PM. For more information call (573) 292-3724.


Cemetery Meeting

The annual Conway Cemetery Meeting, on Big Creek, will be May 21 at 11 AM at the cemetery.


Cemetery Donations

Pleasant Site Cemetery Association is needing donations for maintenance and mowing and can be sent to Casey Voyles, 14870 Old Hwy. 60, Winona, MO 65588. Annual meeting will be held on sunday of Memorial Day weekend. For more information call (417) 247-8505.


Festival

The Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival in downtown West Plains, will celebrate its 23rd year Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. Admission is free.


Special Meeting

The Summersville Friends of the Library group will meet Tuesday, May 30, to finalize activities for the library's 4th Annual Cowboy Roundup on June 3rd. New members welcome.


Spring Festival

The Annual Carter County Spring Festival will be Saturday, May 27th, in downtown Van Buren. For more information or to reserve a booth, visit www.cartercountyspringfest.com, call (573) 323-4418 or email millersusan@missouri.edu.

 

 
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