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Baker-Spain Stampede Coming Up, June 17-23
The third annual Baker-Spain Stampede is set to be held June 17-23 at the Baker-Spain Goat Ranch south of South Greenfield, located between the...

Greenfield Aldermen Approve Raises, Discuss Merit-Based Future Raises
The Greenfield Board of Aldermen approved a four percent raise for city employees during their June 4 meeting, but following discussion also moved toward a merit system for...
Sho Me Model T Tour Visits Greenfield
Story by Bob Jackson Photos by Gina Langston On Thursday, June 6, 2019, the Sho Me Model T Tour 2019 stopped in Greenfield, Missouri as part of...

Lockwood, MO American Legion Memorial Day Services Across Dade County
The Roy E Carr Post 372 American Legion held their annual Memorial Day Service at the Lockwood Cemetery on May 27.  The weather was a little...

2019 Buffalo Days Parade
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Miss Buffalo Days Queen Tahya Woods Buffalo Days Results
The annual Buffalo Days Celebration in Greenfield was held Memorial Day weekend. Activities were held both on the historic square and also at the...

Visit the Pool to Beat The Heat
The Greenfield City Pool opened for the season at noon on May 25, with pool staff reporting a great first day with 52 swimmers, followed by 80...

Announcement: Cedar County Public Forum on SB 391, June 5
The Missouri Senate and House passed SB 391, which takes away local control from county commissions and health boards to regulate negative impacts of industrial,...
On May 18th, senior Bailey Baker, junior Quin Morrow, junior Blade Welch and freshman Connor Lewandowski took 8th to become All State Athletes at the Missouri State Track and Field Championships in Jefferson City, Missouri. The relay finished 8th after a good race with a time of 46.22. They set a personal record this year with a time of 45.97. The school record for the 4x100 is 44.71. (Submitted Photo) Sports Scoreboard for May 30, 2019
The baseball season has ended for area teams as Walnut Grove lost to Weaubleau 5-4 at Walnut Grove in quarterfinal play in Class 1. The Tigers...

Greenfield Aldermen Approve Revising Vicious Dog Ordinance, 3...
The Greenfield Board of Aldermen approved making revisions to the city ordinance dealing with vicious dogs and other dangerous animals during their May 21 meeting. The...
Greenfield R-IV Schools Get $50,000 DACO Foundation Grant
It was announced last week that the Greenfield R-IV School District had received a $50,000 grant from the Meents Family Fund administered by the DACO Community...
First Kindergarten Teacher in Greenfield Taught More Than School
From Kaitlyn McConnell OzarksAlive.com Most times, I try to keep myself out of the stories I write. They’re not about me, and I don’t want to...

Mehrhoffs Find Peace After Miller Twister
The dark clouds churned just beyond his neighbor’s house, slamming Rex Mehrhoff with a fierce wall of rain. The more he watched it, the more...

Rubble from the Harrison home near Golden City. (Photo courtesy Bianca Beltran/KMBC-TV) Tornadoes, Winds Cause Damage in Dade County, Surrounding Areas
The past week saw more severe weather events hit Dade County and surrounding areas, with light damage occurring after Monday’s storms (May 20) and...

This tree in the oldest part of the Dudenville Cemetery was uprooted during the storms of Monday, May 20, 2019, damaging graves over a century old. (Photo by James McNary) Tornadoes, High Winds Cause Damage in Dade County, Surrounding Areas
[Editor's Note: This is an earlier version of a story that has been updated and has been left up for reference.] The past week saw more severe...

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