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Stories from Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Demand for services continuing for Children's Center of the Ozarks' Monett facility (03/17/09)
Demand for services by the Children's Center in Monett in¬creased during 2008. According to Rebecca Anderson, child advocate, the Monett facility for the Children's Center of the Ozarks saw increased cases of child abuse that required intervention and pro¬fessional assistance during the past year...
Paving begins on Eisenhower (03/17/09)
Crews from Hutchens Construction moved in this morning to pave the two new bridges on Eisenhower Street in Monett, completing the railroad overpass project stopped by winter weather when the area asphalt plant shut down. A foreman for Hutchens planned to finish paving on Eisenhower today. ...
Emergency planners prepare for training (03/17/09)
The Barry-Lawrence County Local Emergency Planning District (LEPD) discussed upcoming training events at its regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 15. Transportation Commun-ity Awareness and Emergency Response railroad hazardous materials training will be conducted in Springfield on April 14 and in Carthage on May 14. Both training events are free, and lunch will be provided...
Barry Co. Health Department acquires equipment (03/17/09)
The Barry County Health Department board made several financial decisions and granted a variance for installation of a wastewater system during its February meeting. The board reviewed two security system bids for the health department's satellite office in Monett...
Arc of the Ozarks acquires Monett daycare facility (03/17/09)
The Arc of the Ozarks has purchased the daycare facility at 1010 Old Airport Road and plans to convert the building into an office complex and programming center. Arc of the Ozarks operates group homes in Monett, Pierce City and Cassville. Based in Springfield, Arc has run its Barry-Lawrence county services out of rented of¬fices on Dairy Street, which also housed an activities center...
Experience Will be Key To MHS Cubs Baseball Success (03/17/09)
With four returning Big 8 All Conference players, the spring baseball season for the Monett Cubs "looks promising," according to Michael Calhoun, head coach. "I think if we stay healthy and our pitching comes together we have as good a chance as anyone to win either the Big 8 Conference or district, or both," Calhoun said. Last year the Cubs had an 11-8 overall record and finished league play with a 4-3 mark...
Back In The Good Old Days (03/17/09)
SEVENTY YEARS AGO March 17, 1939 About one-fourths of Holland's recorded gold reserves have been transferred to the United States since the crisis culminating in the Munich pact last year. A special group of Easter coats has just arrived at the Bon Ton Shop in Monett, priced at $5.95 and $7.95...
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