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Stories from Thursday, March 26, 2009

Guardsmen train for disaster (03/26/09)
SWt Missouri Guardsmen ready to certify as FEMA first responder support By MICHELLE PIPPIN michelle.l.pippin@us.army.mil COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Nearly 300 Missouri National Guard troops are currently training at the Boone County Fire Protection District Training Center in Columbia to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) program...
MHS students to hear speakers during Kiwanis Issues Day (03/26/09)
2-30 Kiwanis issues day at MHS By MURRAY BISHOFF On Friday, March 27, the Monett Kiwanis Club will host its annual Contemporary Issues Day at Monett High School. Project Chairman David Honeycutt has arranged for five speakers to address issues of current relevance to teens...
Purdy school board to use CTA as bargaining agent (03/26/09)
The Purdy R-2 Board of Education voted to negotiate with the district's Community Teachers Association (CTA) as a bargaining agent, reviewed teacher performance and heard about programs during the March meeting. The collective bargaining move followed a ruling by the Missouri Supreme Court dictating that there should be more negotiations between teachers and school boards. ...
Meth lab seized in Purdy (03/26/09)
An undercover operation conducted by agents with the Southwest Missouri Drug Task Force resulted in the arrest of three Purdy area residents on drug manufacturing charges. Nickolas A. Granger, 30, Brian L. Granger, 37, and Kari B. Freeman, 36, were apprehended by Task Force agents after the three were observed purchasing chemicals used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. ...
Concerts, dance, plays, shows within driving distance of Monett in coming week (03/26/09)
This week in Monett: The Ozark Festival Orchestra will offer its Young Artists concert with music by Haydn, Mozart, Respighi and Liadov at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Monett City Hall Auditorium. Admission is $5, free for children. This week in Aurora: Three bluegrass groups. Ripplin' Creek, Flying Buzzards and Timberline will play a benefit concert for the Aurora Habitat for Humanity at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the First Christian Church, Pleasant and Washington. Admission is by donation...
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