Letter to Editor: Who Will Be President?
Notwithstanding words uttered by our current president, and no matter what some Americans may think, Donald Trump is qualified to be president. If a peanut farmer from...

Letter to Editor: An Eighth Letter to America
America continues to display the foolishness of Man by trusting in Man rather than God the Creator. Many now foolishly claim that Science proved there is no God. That of...

Letter to Editor: On Behalf of the Galer/Lemons Family
I write this for the Galer/Lemons Family regarding the events of August 1, 2016, at Prairie Mountain in Lockwood. I do not know what has been or is being said on social...

Rochelle Wallen, Live Well Health and Fitness Center manager, Mitch Boggs and his crew, Pamela Allen, administrator of Dade County Health Department take a moment from installing the high impact flooring at the center. High Impact Rubber Flooring Installed At Live Well Health & ...
Submitted by Pamela Allen Administrator Dade County Health Department The Live Well Health and Fitness Center is in the process of laying...

Queen Jordan and her royal court Jordan Laxton Crowned 2017 Miller Homecoming Queen
By Cletis McConnell Vedette Reporter The Miller Cardinals played host to the Pierce City Eagles at their annual basketball homecoming on Friday...

The road was blocked for several hours as crews worked to remove the wrecked truck. Driver
By Cletis McConnell Vedette Reporter The driver of an 18-wheeler from Chicago was delayed for several hours Wednesday, February 15, when he...

Austin Campbell (left) and Blake Moreland (right).Congratulations to Austin Campbell on breaking the state record by catching a 2-pound, 1-ounce white crappie with a trotline on an irrigation pond in Cass County. Harrisonville Angler Catches State Record White Crappie
Submtted by Lucas Bond News Services Coordinator Missouri Department of Conservation The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports...

Thrivent Financial Foundation Awards $50,000 Grant to Convoy of Hope
Convoy of Hope received a $50,000 grant from the Thrivent Financial Foundation, based in Minneapolis, Minn. The grant supports the organization's work among those in need...

Pennington Supermarket Awards Prize In Game Of Life Sweepstakes
Submitted by Troy Watts Manager Penningtons Supermarket On Wednesday afternoon, Pennington's Supermarket Manager, Troy Watts, presented an Everton resident with a...

Everton PTSO Fall Carnival Friday, October 21
Submitted by Coty Bauer Carnival Chairman 417-366-2861 The Everton PTSO Fall Carnival is right around the corner. This year it will be held on Friday, October 21st in...

Dade County Improvement Group Annual Halloween Festival Saturday,...
The Dade County Improvement Group Annual Halloween Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 22, on the Greenfield City Square. The Washington Lodge #87 gets the day...

Clayton Hawks bottle feeds a calf. Hawks Family Maze Draws Large Crowd
By Cletis McConnell Vedette Reporter The Hawks Family Maze, located north of Lockwood, opened Saturday, October 8 and will run Saturday and...

Greenfield Cheerleaders Greenfield Wildcat Cheerleading Brings Home The State Championship...
Submitted by Natasha Myers Greenfield HS Cheerleading Coach The Greenfield Wildcat Cheerleaders competed at the Missouri Cheer Coaches...

Greenfield, Lockwood, Ash Grove Play For District Football Titles...
By Bob Jackson Three area teams, Greenfield, Lockwood and Ash Grove, will be playing for the 2016 district football championships this Friday November 4, 2016....

LHS Installs New Scoreboard
Submitted by Bill Rogers Superintendent Lockood Schools The Lockwood R-1 District has installed a new scoreboard on the football field thanks to...

Stockton Lake Remains High
By Bob Jackson The boat ramp at the Greenfield Access on CC Highway northeast of Greenfield, Missouri, shows the high lake level of Stockton Lake...

Bottom floor of Dade County Courthouse Rain, Flood Hit Dade County
By Bob Jackson With record rain for December, Dade County and Southwest Missouri was hit for over 10 inches of rain causing flooding conditions in...