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Family of Thomas Wolfe gets update on recovery efforts (07/23/16)
The family of Thomas Wolfe, for whom the VFW Post No. 4207 is named, recently received news regarding the excavation of...
LawCo candidates evaluate 911 plan (07/23/16)
Sending dispatching services to Monett from Lawrence County proved to be one of the more controversial decisions made...
Vacation Bible School brings community children together (07/23/16)
For the 31st year, the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, First Presbyterian...
Candidates discuss mental disabilities, staffing issues (07/23/16)
The Barry County Public Administrator elected on Aug. 2 will have more than 150 clients to maintain, and some of those...
Fireworks sales, discharge in Monett leave positive mark (07/23/16)
Reports from officials showed Monett's first year of allowing the sales and discharge of fireworks inside the city...
Sports Headlines
Local golfers get help with game (07/23/16)
Area golfers were treated to a special bonus on Friday, as representatives from the Bridgestone marketing and event...
Jared Lankford: Pierce City players owed more than an apology (07/23/16)
Friday nights in the fall are sacred events for prep football players and fans. Few other occasions prompt people to...
Hard-hitting action (07/23/16)
Pierce City's Christine Stellwagen spikes the ball during summer volleyball activity at Parkview High School.
Pierce City scrambles to fill football schedule hole (07/22/16)
A decision by McAuley Catholic Schools to suspend its varsity football program has created major headaches for eight...
Bobbing and weaving (07/22/16)
Joshua Pitts and William Bloss worked on the butterfly form for the Monett WaterThrashers during practice on Tuesday.
Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival 2016

The Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival, the biggest event of its kind anywhere, was held June 1-4 in Sedalia.

State news
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Local P.E.O. Chapter members attend state convention (07/23/16)
The Missouri State Chapter of P.E.O. Sisterhood hosted its 123rd annual convention, held in Columbia, with more than 330 representatives of chapters across the state in attendance. Glenda Allen, president of the local CN Chapter, attended the event, along with members Jan Rowell, Mary Young and Georgeanna Wormington...
Monett native on winning team for national advertising competition (07/20/16)
Alonzo Perez, of Monett, a member of the Missouri State Ad Team, and 2016 MSU graduate, was on the team which won a national advertising competition in Baltimore, Md. on June 29, taking first place in the P2P: Building Community Trust competition.
News in brief
News in brief (07/23/16)
The Rebel's Bluff Troupe's performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "Oklahoma" will be at 7 p.m. today and 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Mt. Vernon Arts and Recreation Center (the MARC), 822 W. Mt. Vernon Blvd. Sunday tickets are nearly sold out. Tickets may be ordered by calling the box office at 417-466-7130 or at the door...
School News
Education briefs (06/29/16)
Barry and Lawrence counties retired teachers met on June 9 at the Olive Grill Restaurant for a buffet luncheon for...
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