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Walnut Grove Considering 1 Percent Increase in Sales Tax Rate
To the Editor: We, the City of Walnut Grove, have determined there is a need to come to our citizens with a question this April 2nd, 2019. The question is an...
UPDATED: High Street, Bye Street? Sign Thefts Could Lead to Name...
UPDATE: Greenfield Mayor David Engroff said the proposal to change the name of "High Street" due to repeated signage thefts has been...

Dollar General Planning to Build Store in Halltown
A Dollar General store is planned to be built in Halltown at the corner of Missouri Highway Z and Highway 266. It will be on the south side of the...

Miller Among Three Regional Districts to Receive FEMA Shelter Funding
The State Emergency Management Agency announced last week that $3.5 million in grant funding has been approved to build tornado safe rooms in three Missouri school...
Lady Tigers Cap Off Season with Championship
From Austin Bunn When sports enthusiasts talk about great teams that consistently win year after year, the word dynasty will come up. In terms...

State Sen. Bill White presents a Missouri Senate resolution to Russell Abstract staffers Beth Killingsworth and Natalya Cornelius in recognition of the title company's over 150 years in business on March 8, 2019. (Photo by James McNary) Sen. White Presents Resolution to Russell Abstract Following...
Local title company Russell Abstract was recognized for their over 150 years in business with a state senate resolution, a copy of which was...

Woodworth 1,000 Hits Points
Golden City basketball player Ashlyn Woodworth reached the 1,000 career points milestone during her senior basketball season. (Submitted photo)

Sports Scoreboard for March 7, 2019
After quarterfinal play on March 2, only the Walnut Grove girls of all area teams will play for a state title. The Tigers beat South Iron 55-52...

Left to right: Maddie Back, Lexie Goodwin, Chloe Jones, Delaney Lollar, coach Melinda Jones, Kierston Bowles, Cailey Boyd and coach Amanda Boyd. (Submitted photo) 4th Grade Lady Wildcats Take First in Tournament
From Melinda Jones On Saturday, February 23, GYAA hosted 4th and 5th grade basketball year end tournaments. Games started at 8 am that morning and...

Jones Signs With Neosho County Panthers
From Loganne Hickman On February 26, 2019, Lauren Jones, upped her status from recruit to signee as she sat down to initial her Letter of Intent...

Miller #23 shows intense concentration in defending the court. Walnut Grove Girls Punch Ticket To Final Four; Miller Girls Fall To...
After Quarterfinal Play on March 2, the Walnut Grove Girls in Class 1 advanced to the Final 4 teams in State Championship Play. The Miller...

Jennifer Thomas, an engineer with TREKK Design Group, explains various aspects of the proposed sewer project and bond issue election during a town hall meeting held in Miller on Feb. 25. (Photo by James McNary) Sewer Bond Issue Town Hall Meeting Held in Miller
About 100 residents of Miller turned out for a Town Hall meeting at the Miller Senior Center on Feb. 25 to discuss the proposed $3.3 million bond...

Lockwood Offers Contracts to Current Principals, Considers...
The Lockwood R-I School District Board of Education held its regular meeting Feb. 27 in the Lockwood High School media center. Superintendent Clay Lasater informed the...
Dade County Library Awarded a $4,368 Summer Reading Program Grant
The Dade County Library has been awarded a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant. This grant was awarded by the Secretary of State’s Office, and allows the Dade...
Jerry Bain, of Iantha, was recently named manager of the Lockwood Farmers Exhcange, starting in his new role on Feb. 11. (Photos by James McNary) Bain Takes Reins at Farmers Exchange
The Lockwood Farmers Exchange has a new manager as of February 11, in the person of Jerry Bain. Bain most recently was general manager of the...