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Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
News in brief
News in Brief (01/27/15)
Crafts Night at the Scott Regional Technology Center at 6 p.m. on Feb. 2 and Feb. 3. Instructor Beth Garrett-Dillon will teach how to make string art. The first time session will focus on making heart-shaped string art for Valentine's season. The second project will focus on a burlap state shape with a heart string over a special place. Sessions are $20 per person. Registration can be made online by Jan. 30 at www.monett-srtc.school fusion.us...
Highway 37 wreck leaves one dead (01/27/15)
A Pierce City woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a wreck Friday afternoon on Highway 37, north of Nellie Street...
Freistatt trustees approve tight budget for 2015 (01/27/15)
The Freistatt Board of Trustees approved a budget for 2015, calling for little change from last year's financial...
Monett to celebrate Rose Homecoming (01/27/15)
Monett High School is celebrating Rose Homecoming for basketball season this week. "Night in the Galaxy" is the theme....
ASI completes factory expansion in Aurora (01/27/15)
Monett-based Architectural Systems Inc. has completed an expansion at its Aurora facility and received a land deal from...
Aurora man arrested after wreck near Butterfield (01/27/15)
An Aurora man is facing three charges after being seriously injured Friday in a wreck on Route W, four miles west of...
Cubs look for offensive spark (01/27/15)
There is an old saying that goes, "Defense wins championships, but offense puts fans in the stands." For the Monett...
Monett putting the pieces together for stretch run (01/27/15)
Defense and timely scoring helped the Monett boys basketball team earn fifth place at the NEO Tournament on Saturday....
Wrestling Cubs answer coach at Seneca (01/24/15)
Daryl Bradley does not sugar coat his assessments when he talks to his wrestlers. When they wrestle hard and compete...
Jared Lankford: Depee's character, leadership will be missed (01/24/15)
Ann Landers once wrote, "You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for...
Lady Eagles still growing (01/23/15)
Pierce City Coach Rob Guerin keeps a calm demeanor on the bench during the Lady Eagles basketball games. He constantly...
Back in the Good Old Days for Jan. 25-31 (01/26/15)
EIGHTY YEARS AGO Jan. 25-31, 1935 "The Golden Apple," an operatta by Maude Wallace, was presented by the students of the Plymouth School in the high school auditorium on Jan. 25. The story involved the wedding of Peleus, grandson of Jupiter, to the sea nymph, Thetis, when the goddess of discord throws an apple to the most beautiful goddess, causing staunch debate as to the fairest. In the grand finale, the 92 children assembled left a beautiful picture in the minds of the audience...
Back in the Good Old Days for Jan. 18-24 (01/19/15)
EIGHTY YEARS AGO Jan. 18-24, 1935 The women who braved the weather to attend the final session of the Whitlock-Lines Free Cooking School on Jan. 18 were taught ways of making colored tea cakes and tea biscuits, pies and of course lightbread, which always turns out fluffy and brown for Mrs. Silvernail, national lecturer and demonstrator who spoke at the City Hall Auditorium. Mrs. Silvernail uses Aristos "Never-Fail" flour in all her recipes, which is sold at Whitlock-Lines...
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