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Amanda's Column

When Normal Becomes Abnormal

One of the most fun activities I remember doing with our dad was when he'd load us all up in the back of the old farm pickup truck and drive down our mile and half gravel road to pick up trash. Us older kids would sit on the tailgate and hop off to grab beer cans and bottles that littered the ditches, and often times we'd run ahead eager to be the first to spy the next can. Dad had a thing about trash and so these garbage runs would arise about every other year. And it was something we all looked forward to. It also instilled a respect for the land in us and built up a habit of picking up trash wherever we went...

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Shannon County Minutes


Winona Minutes




Shannon County Food Pantry




Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 59. South wind 5 to 8 mph.


Partly sunny, with a high near 77. South wind 7 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.

Wednesday Night

A chance of showers and thunderstorms, then showers and possibly a thunderstorm after 1am. Low around 61. Chance of precipitation is 80%.


A 50 percent chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 71.

Thursday Night

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 44.


A chance of showers before 1pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 60.

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, with a low around 43.


Sunny, with a high near 70.

Saturday Night

Clear, with a low around 45.


Sunny, with a high near 79.

MDC urges drivers to give turtles a brake!

Turtles are crossing Missouri roads this spring looking for grub and a mate

The Missouri Department of Conservation urges drivers to be cautious on the roads this spring and give turtles a brake. These reptiles are often hit by cars during the warmer months, but are at special risk this time of year because they are more active.

Common turtles spotted crossing Missouri roads include three-toed box turtles, ornate box turtles, and snapping turtles.

Turtles emerge from their burrows and begin the hunt for food and mates during warm and wet conditions, which can lead them to cross roadways, oftentimes resulting in their death. Thousands of box turtles are killed every year by vehicles.

Young males make up most of the travelers, sometimes wandering as much as six miles searching for territories and mates. Females are also crossing the roads in search of nesting areas.

Turtles are cold-blooded creatures and depend on external sources of heat to determine their body temperature. This is why people see them on warm asphalt during cool, spring days.

Vehicles are one of the leading factors in box turtle declines, and MDC urges motorists to be cautious and slow down when they see a turtle in the road. If helping a turtle make it safely across, check for traffic and move the turtle across the road in the direction it is traveling.

Additionally, MDC encourages Missourians to leave turtles in the wild. Taking a wild animal, be it turtle or other wildlife species, and keeping it as a pet normally ends in a slow death. Leave turtles in the wild, follow the speed limit, and keep your eyes on the road.

DID YOU KNOW: Most Missouri turtles can live up to 30 years, but the common box turtle can live up to 80, occasionally living more than a century. For more information on Missouri's turtles, visit the MDC online Field Guide at nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/search/turtle.


Good Samaritan Clinic Celebrates it's 15th Year Anniversary

By: Sheri Noble

Clinic Administrator

Good Samaritan Care Clinic

In February 2019, Good Samaritan Care Clinic in Mountain View, MO celebrated its 15th year anniversary. The nonprofit organization which provides free medical and dental services to uninsured/low-income populations has surpassed 32,000 patient visits since it first opened its doors. This means that thousands of sick and underserved individuals across Southern Missouri have been given help and hope because of the services provided by Good Samaritan Care Clinic. The clinic has treated patients from nearly 30 Missouri and northern Arkansas counties. This speaks to the fact that rural Missourians experience significant health disparities. Health disparities or health inequalities are differences in health status when compared to the general population. Howell, Shannon and Texas counties are also identified as some of the sickest counties in Missouri according to the "2019 County Health Rankings" Several studies show that rural residents are older, poorer, and have fewer physicians to care for them. This disparity is compounded by the fact that rural residents are less likely to have employer-provided healthcare coverage, and those who work for low or minimum wages often are not covered by Missouri Medicaid. It is this gap or disparity which Good Samaritan Care Clinic continues to address when it opens its door to waiting patients every Monday evening.

Good Samaritan Care Clinic is served by volunteer Medical Director, Jon W. Roberts, D.O., clinic administrator Sheri Noble, and two part-time assistants Karen LaFevers, MA and pharmacy technician Regena Radford, a 10-member board of directors and several-member advisory council. The clinic's services include consultations with a medical or dental provider, some prescription medication, laboratory testing, and dental x-rays and extractions. All of these services are provided for free to eligible patients, patients who do not have insurance coverage (private, Medicaid, Medicare, or Veteran's Benefits). Dental extractions are provided for free to adults who do not have dental coverage.

Good Samaritan Care Clinic came into existence primarily because of the dream of Dr. Jon Roberts, retired physician who has more than 40 years of medical experience spent in rural South Central Missouri. In July 1977, following a stint in the U.S. Army and graduation from medical school, Dr. Roberts returned to the people and countryside he loved the most and opened his medical practice at St. Francis Hospital in Mountain View, Missouri. Foregoing the opportunities to practice in an urban, and perhaps more lucrative environment, he felt called to administer his profession to the people of rural Missouri. His compassion became widely known for he frequently made house calls to the terminally ill, rode in the ambulance with critically ill patients, and gave of his own funds to help the economically poor. In the years following he would assist in opening and staffing clinics in Birch Tree, Eminence and Summersville, MO. His dedication to his profession and the people of Southern Missouri resulted in a position as Hospitalist at St. Francis Hospital, as well as positions on the Governing Board and Medical Staff Board, serving multiple terms as chairman of the board. In 2006 Dr. Roberts was honored by the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians as Physician of the Year. Board certified in geriatrics, Dr. Roberts is widely loved and admired by the senior population of this community. He retired from private practice in the summer of 2012, but continues to serve as the Medical Director of Birch Tree Place, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility. Dr. Roberts has also made mission trips around the world. In the 1990's he became increasingly aware and burdened by the number of patients he was seeing in his private practice in Mountain View who were neglecting their personal health because they could not afford to pay for much needed medical assistance and medication. When one of his patients asked him, "Why do you go all over the world when there are people right here who need health care?", he was challenged to start a free health clinic in rural Mountain View, a town of little more than 2,500. This was no easy task, considering the fact that free health clinics were few in number across the United States and nearly non-existent in the state of Missouri. Now there are only about 20 documented free or charitable health clinics in the state, but the number was much less in 2003.

In 2003 a board of directors was elected of like-minded citizens who were in support of the clinic's mission to "provide Christian-influenced health care for those in need utilizing a volunteer staff" and Good Samaritan Care Clinic was incorporated and chartered in the state of Missouri as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The board began the search for resources (tangible and nontangible) the clinic would need to open its doors to the public. The clinic's first facility, a house loaned to them by Mercy St. Francis Hospital, enabled GSCC to begin offering medical services to uninsured patients in February 2004. During its first year of existence, the clinic treated patients in 510 medical visits. In 2006, the clinic relocated to a larger facility on U.S. Highway 60 which was loaned to them by First Baptist Church of Mountain View. A grant awarded to the clinic from the Catherine's Legacy Fund of Sisters of Mercy of the Americas made it possible for the clinic to remodel the former parsonage into a four exam room medical office with laboratory and dispensary. Additional funding from Community Founda-tion of the Ozarks provided the necessary capital to renovate the facility's attached garage into a two-chair dental office. The clinic treated its first dental patient in January 2007. In the spring of 2010, a 1,400 square foot addition was completed, partially underwritten by Missouri's Department of Economic Development Neighborhood Assistance Program and funded by generous contributions from community businesses and professionals. Renovations and improvements to Good Samaritan Care Clinic's dental office were completed in 2016 thanks to generous donations from Horgan Builders of Mountain View, The Kitchen Clinic, Inc. in Springfield, Missouri, the Howell County Health Department, and CBF Heartland. Dental office space was nearly doubled and the number of dental operatories grew from two to four. These improvements paved the way for a two-year partnership between Good Samaritan Care Clinic and Ozarks Technical Com-munity College Dental Programs. This access-to-care initiative was funded in part by the Patterson Dental Foundation.

The clinic is a volunteer-driven organization and has relied on hundreds of volunteers throughout its 15-year existence. The generous donation of service from volunteers in many different walks of life has kept the doors of the clinic open. Medical providers, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, dental assistants, lab and pharmacy technicians, and administrative and custodial volunteers have and continue to drive many miles to donate their time and expertise; some commute as far as 200 miles round trip. The clinic is currently supported by Mercy Health System, Howell County Health Department and several faithful churches and community partners. It takes approximately $100,000 in financial contributions to fund the clinic annually. These donations of time, talent and treasure are vital to the survival of Good Samaritan Care Clinic. Donations are tax-exempt to the fullest extent allowed by law and may be made at www.goodsamaritancareclinic.org or by mailing a check to P.O. Box 160, Mountain View, MO 65548. If you are interested in volunteering, call the clinic at (417) 934-6500.

An appreciation open house is being planned for all clinic volunteers, past and present, sometime in late spring.



Summersville Bookends

Our Friends of the Library's Plants & Books Sale will be held on Friday, April 26th from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Book donations aren't needed at this time, but we are accepting plants. They can be dropped off at the library the day before the sale.

Though our Summer Reading program doesn't kick off until July 1st, we're busy securing sponsors and presenters to make this one of the best programs we've had so far!

"A Universe of Stories" is a space-themed program that kicks off with former NASA Space Shuttle astronaut, Col. Thomas Akers. It's one-month-long with in-library activities each Monday and Friday and a very special presentation on July 10th by My Walking Stick Studio Art & Science.

We're interested in speaking to anyone who remembers Buck Nelson's UFO conventions outside of Mountain View, MO. Please contact Kathie @ 417-932-4866.

Keep July open for space adventures!

Dog Training will be the featured activity at the next Library Coffee Club @ Summersville Branch Library on Tuesday, May 14th @ 1:00 p.m. Gene Simeroth will be the trainer and has requested that NO dogs be brought to this first session. Subsequent sessions will be held on the square with dates to be announced at the activity. There's no cost to participants but will be limited to 15! Phone the library to register @ 417-932-5261. Come join the friendliest group in the Ozarks!

New books this week include 50 American Heroes Every Kid Should Meet, juvenile non-fiction, Dennis Denenberg & Lorraine Roscoe; Not Quite A Wife, large print, Mary Jo Putney; Starlight On Willow Lake, large print, Susan Wiggs; The Secret of Pembrooke Park, Julie Klassen; and The Dogs of Babel, Carolyn Parkhurst.

Any Texas County Library branch is your one-stop-shop for printing, copies, fax or free scanning to an email address in addition to our other services. We're so much more than just a library these days!

The Summersville Friends of the Library group meets at the library on the 2nd Monday of each month @ 5 p.m. The next scheduled meeting will be on May 13th.

Summersville Library is a branch of Texas County Library and located at 480 First Street, on the south side of the square, next door to Open Door in Summersville. Business hours are 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m Saturday. Check out our webpage @ texascountylibrary.lib.mo.us or contact the library: 417-932-5261, or e-mail us: svtexascountylibrary@gmail.com or fax: 417-932-5262.

Shannon County Health Department Calendar

APRIL 2019

ATTENTION WIC PARTICIPANTS: Our WIC schedule has changed some. See new schedule below. Please call if you need more information.

Monday, April 22: WIC at Eminence (by appointment only); FLU SHOTS, immunizations, blood draws,

blood pressures, blood sugar screenings; Diabetes Education Classes by Robin Harwell

Tuesday, April 23: WIC (by appointment only), immunizations; blood pressure clinic at Winona Senior Center;

Diabetes Education Classes by Robin Harwell

Wednesday, April 24: NO WIC but will give immunizations

Monday, April 29: FLU SHOTS, immunizations, blood draws, blood pressures, blood sugar screenings

Tuesday, April 30: WIC at Eminence (by appointment only) & immunizations; Diabetes Education Classes by

Robin Harwell

18018 GREY JONES DR., P.O. BOX 788


573.226.3914 1-800-777-3915

FAX: 573-226-3240

ATTENTION WIC PARTICIPANTS: Our WIC schedule has changed some. Please call if

you need more information.




The Postscript by
Carrie Classon


I saw him just a moment too late, coming down the path.

I wasn't expecting anyone to come down this section of the trail. No one ever did. At least I never saw anyone, which is why I was messing around with the pine cones.

Okay, I better start at the top.

The whole thing started because there was a line of pinecones crossing the trail and it caught my attention. It was just few enough that it could have happened by chance. Did it? I stopped and looked at them. Then, just because I couldn't help myself, I suppose, I straightened up the line. Then I added a few more until there was a perfect line of pinecones running across the trail. This pleased me probably more than I should admit. ...

You can read the rest of the story in this week's Current Wave Paper on sale now at local establishments or you can get a subscription.


Carrie Classon's memoir, "Blue Yarn," will be released this month. Learn more at CarrieClasson.com.


by: Melody Millard

Baby Announcements




Birch Tree Elementary Kindergarten Screening will be held April 29th & 30th from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Preschool screening will be held May 6th & 7th. These screenings will be at the First Baptist Church in Birch Tree. Please call the school at 573-292-3106 for an appointment. Please bring your child's original birth certificate, social security card, and all shot records.



The Birch Tree Alumni meeting will held at BT Elementary School on May 11, 2019. Doors open at 4:30 and meal at 6:30pm. Theme will be "Wild West". Come dressed the part and be eligible for door prizes. Reservations are requested and can be made to Shirley Brown 573-292-3434 or 417 331-5170.





Eminence School Board

Eminence Library News

New Eminence Public Library Hours: Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Location: Courthouse First Floor.

Letters to the Editor!

Dear Editor,

You will no doubt get a report or media release from the Missouri State Highway Patrol about a serious two-car collision on Hwy 19, north of Eminence on Monday evening. They are unlikely to mention the other community agencies that were involved, so it would be really nice if you could work the following information into the story somehow:

Shannon County First Responders provided immediate medical aid to both victims until the ambulances arrived.

The Eminence Area Volunteer Fire Department extricated one of the victims from his vehicle using a Kendrick Extrication Device.

Since both organizations are funded by donations from our community, every positive mention helps.

Bill O'Donnell

Shannon County First Responders

Eminence Area Senior Citizens News

EHS Alumni News

Driftwood Outdoors By Brandon Butler

Indiana's Brown County Great Place for Mushroom Hunting Vacation

Spring is roaring. Dogwoods are blooming. So are the red buds. Turkeys are gobbling, crappie are biting, and mushrooms are starting to pop. Sometimes I think about when a bear wakes up from their long, hard winter sleep. When they open their eyes for the first time, then stretch all four legs out as far as they will go. A deep yawn draws a surge of life into the blood and the bear slowly stands. Walks out of its burrow and lets the sun hit its face for the first time in months. The last week has been a long version of that moment for me.

Mushroom hunting has become something I enjoy very much. First of all, I could eat morel mushrooms until I burst. I like them fried in a light seasoning, but prefer morels simply rinsed, halved and saut'ed in butter. Throw a few of those over a medium-rare venison filet paired with a nice red wine and you'll understand why mushroom hunters take the secrets of their best spots to the grave...

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Board of Aldermen Meeting

Thomasville Treasures


Area Church News


Jack's Fork Country Church

Black Pond

Birch Tree Assembly of God

Church Faith Tabernacle

Moment In The Word

Area Church News

Eminence First Baptist Church
Website: www.fbceminence.org


Come join us at the "pretty little church with the blue cross on top" just west of Hwy 19 & 106 in Eminence. Worship service is at 11:00 a.m. We welcome all who are seeking a loving, accepting and vibrant church family. 10:00 a.m. will be our new summer worship hour beginning May 12.

This Sunday began with a "working" breakfast at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall where, following enjoyment of a delicious array of foods, Pastor David led a discussion of how we are performing as a church and how we can strengthen our service in the community. At 11:00 the church bell rang and we headed to the church for worship. Crystal Chilton was candlelighter. It was Palm Sunday. Thank you to Sharon Newman and Rhonda Hunt for the beautifully decorated altar. Gloria Fry filled in on the piano with "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Were You There?" We recited our Key Verse from Revelation 5:12, "Worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing." In his sermon, "King of Kings and Lord of Lords," Pastor reminded us that Jesus is the Lamb, whose coming and sacrifice were foreshadowed long before in the Old Testament. He is worthy. Our faithfulness will be rewarded as we join him in his war against evil and injustice. Jesus is God made visible, the God of second chances and new beginnings. Pastor read a poem by Joseph Bayly, which in part says, " King Jesus, why did You choose a lowly donkey to carry You to ride in Your parade? King Jesus, why did You choose me, a lowly unimportant person to bear You in my world today? Keep me small Keep me humble " Our two Scripture Readers were Bill O'Donnell and Derek Brewer reading Revelation 5:1-14 and John 12:12-19, respectively.

The community Good Friday service will be this Friday, April 19th at the Baptist Church at 6:00 p.m. Next Saturday night, April 20th at 8:30 p.m. is an Adult Easter Egg Hunt at the old ballpark, sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance with an entry fee. Also community-wide will be the service at the ballpark on Sunday, May 5th, with food served afterwards. On our prayer list today are Jim Rainbolt and for Santanna Smith's upcoming knee surgery. Sandy Dillard sent a word of thanks for everyone's help with daughter Angel's Memorial Service here in the Fellowship Hall yesterday. Our love to the family. AN


Eminence Assembly of God

Just a few more days until Easter and it seems we are seeing the Cross everywhere. It allows us to know there are many people out there that believe and are serving the Lord. We want everyone to live for the Lord! Sunday morning Sis. Patty sang "Help Is On The Way" which is such a beautiful song with so much meaning one of our favorites. Bro. Jones morning message was take from Judges 6:1-6 "getting fed up with what the enemy throws at us".

Saturday night was Prom Night and our guys and gals were so handsome and pretty. Many proud parents posted pictures on Facebook for all to enjoy and I know many were praying for a safe and fun night for all. However, safe and fun were not in Paul Nash' day due to him having a run in with a bull of his which the bull won! Paul won a trip to the hospital and even though he is home he will be really sore for many days to come. Please keep him as well as many others in your prayers who are struggling with health issues, finances, deaths, etc.

We have a Good Friday community service at the First Baptist Church at 6:30 pm. Also, the BEST Music Show will be held at the High School Old Gym Saturday evening at 6:30 pm. The ADULT EASTER EGG HUNT is also Saturday evening at 8:30 pm. at the OLD BALLPARK. Bring your flashlights and have lots of fun! Great prizes too! Next Sunday is Easter so please make it a point to be in the house of our Lord at the church of your choice. This is a very busy time and may the Lord Bless you, your family and your home.

Sunday evening at 5 pm. we are doing a study on the book of Revelations. Wednesday evenings we are still in the book of Romans. Our service hours are as follows: Sunday School 10 am., Morning Worship at 10:45 am. Sunday Evening Service at 5 pm. and Wednesday nights at 7 pm. If you have any questions or need a ride please call 573-226-3635.


Mt. View Baptist




Faith Tabernacle Bibleway Assembly

Update church number For a ride from Eminence and Winona call 573-604-0800




Area Church News



West Eminence Christian Church

We experienced some more winter-like weather on Sunday, but the fellowship was warm as we gathered to worship. Bob Heller was our worship leader, reading several accounts of the Palm Sunday as Jesus entered Jerusalem. We sang This is My Father's World, All Creatures of our God and King, To God be the Glory, and There is a Redeemer. Joel Bates led our communion devotion comparing the marvelous changes that take place at springtime, and the even more marvelous changes that come about when Jesus comes into our hearts. Is Jesus changing you?

Praises include Mandy Farrar improving after surgery and Edward Piatt home and doing well. One our prayer list are Jim Rainbolt, Charles Craig, Michelle Smith, Nathan Ferguson, Dick and Cami Gilman, Don and Vee Parker, Maxine Fry, family of Gary Young, and VBS.

Bro. Allen's message was "Name Above All Names. Daniel's name meant "God is My Judge." But King Nebuchadnezzar gave him the name Belteshazzar-- Lady Protect the King. It was designed to confuse his identity with the living God. Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah also were given Babylonian names to disrupt their identity in the Lord. May all followers of Jesus have our identity in Him knowing that His Word says we are accepted even though we fall short of perfection. We are secure in Him--freed from condemnation and unseparated from His love. We are significant-- having a part in influencing our world for Him and bearing fruit for His kingdom.

We encourage all to attend the community Good Friday Service at the Baptist Church at 6:30.

Our Resurrection Sunday Service will include special music and skits that focus on the resurrection of Christ with the theme "What Does This Mean?"


Winona Baptist

April 7, 2019

Is your name in the lamb's book of life? Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city. Revelation 22:14. The one who has genuine faith in Christ has the righteousness of Christ accounted to him through the redeeming blood of the lamb. This is the white raimant. The book of life is a list of the saved of all ages (Phil. 4:3; Rev. 20:12, 15) The promise not to blot out his name out of the book of life is an emphatic assurance of the eternal security of the true beleiver.

Bro. Nick is doing a wonderful job preaching. He sure keeps me on my toes trying to write our news letter. 2 Corinthians 13:1-10 Paul speaks of his coming and warns of sin. This is the third time I am coming to you. (V. 3-4) Since ye seek a proof of Christ speaking in me, which toward you is not weak but is mighty in you. (V. 4) For though he was crucified through weakness, yet he liveth by the power of God. For we also are weak in him, but we shall live with him by the power of God toward you (V 14) In the concluding benediction, Paul provides one of the clearest expressions in the new Testament on the doctrine of trinity. The deity of the son of the Father and of the Holy Spirit are affirmed by virtue of their relation to one another. The distinctive personalities of each are implied by the independent activity denoted in the three-fold operation of grace, love, and communion.

Please keep Cynthia (Gopher) Blank's family in prayer, Gopher lost the battle with cancer. She kept her faith, she ran a good race, and pray for one another. Ladies quilting class will be April 23 at the church from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Anyone is welcome. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. Have a blessed week. Tell your family you love them, tomorrow may be too late. God bless. God gives life to his word, and in turn the word leads us to eternal life.

Women of Faith

April 9, 2019

Family is about more than those with which you share a blood lineage. Our Women of Faith are my close friends who are like family to me. We are all family in the eyes of the Lord. Thank you Lord for our Women of Faith. Tonight we celebrated Charlene Fear's birthday. Joyce lead us in prayer. We had many on our prayer request. Joyce shared pictures of her new great grandson and Joyce shared devotion. You don't have to chose between staying close to me and staying on course, since I am the way, staying close to me is staying on course. Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6, Earlene shared. Stay on the path of life with me. Trust me wholeheartedly, letting my spirit fill you with joy and peace. 1 Kings 8:23, Galatians 5:22-23, Trust me, and don't be afraid; for I am your strength, song and salvation. Isaiah 12:2, Stella, Seek to please me above all else. Let that goal be your focal point as you go through this day. Mathew 6:33, When things don't go as you would like, accept the situation immediately. If you indulge in feelings of regret, they can easily spill over the line into resentment. 1 Peter 5:6

Next month, Tues., May 14 at 5 p.m. we will be having our Women of Faith picnic. Please come and join us at Joyce and Hazel's house, lots of food and fun. Ladies, please invite someone, God will bless you. See you at the picnic. Have a great month. God bless.

The Women of Faith

Winona Assembly of God

Ladies Fill My Cup Fellowship

Winona Christian Church


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