Collision sends truck into pondA collision on Highway 60 approximately three miles west of Monett resulted in a FedEx delivery truck crashing into a pond on the south side of the highway at approximately 2:22 p.m. on Monday.
Local reps discuss issuesMonett community members had an opportunity to hear from their state and federal representatives’ aids at the Eggs and Issues event held at the Monett South Park Casino on April 30. Speakers at the...
- New COVID cases stay in single digits (5/13/21)
- Sales tax pandemic bubble ending (5/12/21)
- Local leaders meet for National Day of Prayer (5/12/21)
- Jack Prim announces retirement from Jack Henry and Associates (5/12/21)
- Residents fueled up at Food Truck Friday (5/12/21)
- Getting ducky (5/12/21)
- News in brief (5/12/21)
- Man arrested after early morning wreck (5/10/21)
- JROTC students bid farewell to rappelling tower (5/8/21)1
- 8 new COVID cases in last week (5/8/21)
- It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s aliens — nope, it’s satellites (5/8/21)1
- Verona sets record straight (5/8/21)
- New faces to greet Monett students in fall (5/8/21)
- Cox Monett expands specialty care (5/8/21)
- Finishing the job (5/8/21)
- Wreck on U.S. 60 bridge (5/8/21)
- Crash at Monett Middle School (5/8/21)
- First State Bank gives back (5/8/21)
- News in brief (5/8/21)
- Monett honor graduates announced (5/5/21)
- Collision sends truck into pond
- Middle school track athletes place in Big 8
- Jack Prim announces retirement from Jack Henry and Associates
- Little Gillioz Theater now open
- Semi ahead
- Merriman, Turner athletes of the year
- Residents fueled up at Food Truck Friday
- Getting ducky
- Man arrested after early morning wreck
- Sales tax pandemic bubble ending
- Semi aheadA pitchers’ battle devolved into a melee on Wednesday, as the Purdy softball team put up 5 runs in the sixth and seventh innings to earn a 10-2 win and Class 1 State Semifinal berth. Lori Videmschek, Purdy coach, said it was a relief for her team to finally overcome the state quarterfinal hump...
Kyle Troutman: Dear mommas, thanksOn Sunday, dads and children everywhere will break out the pancake mix and gift-wrap and offer breakfast in bed and tokens of appreciation for the most special people in their lives — their mothers. Not to brag, but as of my wedding in October, I now have four mothers — my biological mother, my step-mother, my mother-in-law and my step-mother-in-law (phew!)...
Kyle Troutman: A likeness but an inspirationIn my years as a journalist covering news and sports, I have conducted thousands of interviews, but none of them have made me as nervous as the one I did on Tuesday afternoon on a metal bench by the Pierce City softball field. For those of you who have never met or seen me in person — I have one hand...
Kyle Troutman: Do a little part for a big EarthThursday provided us with an opportunity to show some love on a small scale for a large entity — the earth. Earth Day, celebrated every April 22 and regarded as the largest secular event in the world, began in 1970 thanks to action from Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson, who aimed to turn the youth’s anti-war movement toward instilling a public consciousness of water and air pollution in the country...
Kyle Troutman: Change is in the airAlmost a month ago, I trepidatiously wrote about a light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, and this week marked another optimistic benchmark in the pandemic recovery. For the first time in nine months, Barry County’s active cases have fallen into the single digits. Numbers have been below 20 through the last month, and this week, only six new cases were reported, bringing the county’s active total to seven...
Compassus celebrates volunteers (4/17/21)This past year has emphasized the importance and power of connection. When the pandemic limited face-to-face interaction, Compassus volunteers continued to lend their time and unwavering support to members of the community facing serious and life-limiting illness – even from a distance...
Million Meals campaign underway (4/17/21)Arvest Bank kicked off its 11th annual Million Meals campaign, which will continue through May 29. The campaign’s goal is to provide at least one million meals to those in need and it benefits more than 90 locally selected organizations throughout Arvest’s four-state footprint...
Monett churches, nonprofits will gather to re-think poverty (4/17/21)Barry and Lawrence counties are partnering with the True Charity Initiative to host a workshop on effective compassion. True Charity’s Foundations Workshop will outline seven marks of effective charity, coupling philosophy with best practices. So many of those living in poverty are caught in a generational cycle of dependency. ...
Virtual banking lessons offered by Arvest (4/24/21)The American Bankers Association Foundation is celebrating the 24th anniversary of “Teach Children to Save Day,” and Arvest Bank will join the fun by presenting virtually in local classrooms...
Aurora Chamber welcomes Premier Choice Agency (4/24/21)Aurora Chamber of Commerce recently hosted ribbon cutting ceremonies at Premier Choice Agency, LLC, formally Jessee Insurance, at 226 Madison Aurora.
Erma McGuire (5/12/21)Erma Lee McGuire, 94 of Golden City, Missouri, passed away on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at St. Luke’s Nursing Center, Carthage, MO. She was born on January 21, 1927, in Barton County, Missouri, to Lyman...
Billie Jo Allen (5/12/21)Billie Jo Allen, 73, of Cassville, died Thursday, May 6. No services are scheduled at this time. Cremation arrangements are under direction of Fohn Funeral Home in Cassville.
Clarice Heagerty (5/12/21)Clarice Winifred (Dillbeck) Wilson Heagerty, 97, of Marionville, died Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, at the Ozark Nursing Center in Ozark. A memorial visitation will be held from 2-4:30 p.m. on Sunday, May...
Loretta Jackson (5/12/21)Loretta Enid (Westall) Jackson, 81, of Oklahoma City, Okla., formerly of Miller, died Sunday, May 9, at Mercy Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday,...
Agnes Marie Kahre (5/12/21)Agnes Marie Kahre, 96, of Pierce City, passed away May 7, at Aurora Nursing Center in Aurora. Services were held Tuesday, May 11, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Pierce City. Burial was at St....
Herbert Meirick (5/12/21)Herbert James (Herb) Meirick, age 73, of Mt. Vernon, died at 11:05 a.m. on Friday, May 7, at his home. A private family service will be held at the Rock Prairie Cemetery in Halltown. Arrangements are...
4 Family Garage SaleMulti family garage sale. Saturday, May 22nd - 8 AM - 2 PM. 1103 Aaron Ave. Located by Race Brothers. Furniture - bookcases, coffee table, and more. Weight equipment. Chicco infant car seat, baby swing, various kids toy, kids clothes (boy &...
2 family Garage sale1301 Deerlake Rd Apt C Monett MO behind Walmart Saturday May 15th 8am - ?? Large Variety of items…2 family sale! Nice woman’s bicycle, knee scooter, a gaming chair, a kids Fitbit, women’s size L clothes and jewelry and some boys 14/16 clothes....
Garage SalesMULTI-FAMILY SALE Friday and Saturday. 19 Atwell Acres, Monett. Loveseat, oven, kitchen ware, microwave, mice clothes, table and chair set.
Garage SalesGARAGE SALE: 511 Pleasant Dr., Monett. Saturday, May 15th. Men's jeans sz 34, shirts medium, women's clothes, kids clothes NB-14 both name brand & not name brand, toys, end table, knick-knacks, costume jewelry like new.
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