Several weekend crashes result in multiple injuriesOfficers with the Monett Police Department had a busy weekend investigating traffic crashes that occurred between Friday afternoon and late Sunday night. The first occurred at 2:44 p.m. on Friday at...
2020 Unofficial Lawrence County election results
- Health departments meet with local schools (8/5/20)
- Pierce City offers options for returning students (8/5/20)
- Barry County Youth Camp loses all (8/5/20)
- News in brief (8/5/20)
- Barry County’s cases hold steady at 26 new, less in isolation (8/4/20)
- Boggs captures LawCo state rep race (8/4/20)
- Boyd ousts Davis for sheriff (8/4/20)
- Schad landslides to win (8/4/20)1
- 2020 Unofficial Barry County results (8/4/20)
- Fairview man injured in wreck (8/4/20)
- Barry County announces 2nd COVID-19 death (8/3/20)
- Man injured in Hwy. 37 wreck (8/3/20)
- Monett schools release back-to-school plans (8/2/20)
- Virtual Vacation Bible School a hit (8/2/20)
- Mark Drake sees challenges as school opening nears (8/2/20)
- All the joy of a pet, none of the care (8/2/20)
- Substitute teachers train at Scott Tech (8/2/20)
- Ready to hit the books (8/2/20)
- News in brief (8/2/20)
- Barry County positives fall in last week as total goes above 200 (7/30/20)
- 2020 Unofficial Lawrence County election results
- 2020 Unofficial Barry County results
- Jared Lankford: A void, a memory, and an inspiration
- Boyd ousts Davis for sheriff
- Barry County’s cases hold steady at 26 new, less in isolation
- Schad landslides to win
- Moon heading to State Senate
- Boggs captures LawCo state rep race
- Ready to hit the books
- Pierce City offers options for returning students
- To play, or not to playThe Missouri State High School Activities Association announced in a press release Monday its staff and board of directors will discuss possible changes to the start of fall activities. In the press release, MSHSAA said its office “is currently working with schools in areas where local health departments have required virtual learning options only and recommending no sports or activities in the Fall.”...
Freedom and Fireworks 2020 (7/8/20)
Verona High School Graduation 2020 (6/24/20)
Monett High School Graduation 2020 (6/13/20)
MHS seniors caravan (5/8/20)
Trinity Lutheran Carnival 2020 (3/11/20)
Roaring River Opening Day 2020 (3/4/20)
Cubs in the medal rounds (2/22/20)
Championship night for state wrestling (2/22/20)
Local Entertainment and EventsUPDATED JULY 28: Here is an updated list through August of major concert venues and theaters,from Kansas City to Fort Smith, Ark., from Tulsa, Okla. to St. Louis, plus casino concerts in southwest Missouri and Oklahoma. MANY REOPENINGS AND DATES HAVE CHANGED for the next upcoming shows, and many cancellations of events through August and September are noted.
Col. John Erwin Borel (8/5/20)Army Colonel (Retired) John Erwin Borel passed away July 31, 2020, at Overland Park Regional Hospital, Overland Park, Kansas. John was born September 14, 1947, to John and Marie Borel in Kansas City,...
Patricia Carnes (8/5/20)Patricia (Patty) Carnes died on July 29, 2020, at her home in Cleveland, Tenn. Patty was born on September 19, 1964, in Cassville, Mo., the daughter of Kenneth and Carol Schieler. Patty grew up and...
Carl Schmidt (8/5/20)Carl Francis Schmidt, 79, passed away peacefully at his home on August 3, 2020. He was born June 1, 1941, to Albert and Flora Schmidt of Verona, Missouri. He is preceded in death by his wife, Jackie...
Sharon Smith (8/5/20)Sharon Smith, 76 , of Mount Vernon, passed away Thursday, July 30, 2020, at the Maples Health and Rehab. Sharon was born November 17, 1943, in Split Log, Mo. to Lee and Dorothy Taylor. She attended...
Linda Holmes (8/5/20)Linda Lee Holmes, 75, of Fairview, died Thursday, July 30. No services are scheduled at this time. Cremation arrangements are under direction of McQueen Funeral Home in Wheaton.
Veronica Mayberry (8/5/20)Veronica Helen Mayberry, 75, of Aurora, died Saturday, Aug. 1. A graveside service under the direction of the Crafton-Cantrell Funeral Home in Aurora will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6, at...
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