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Stories from Thursday, April 16, 2009

New Eisenhower bridge dedicated (04/16/09)
Yesterday, with fanfare, the bridge over the railroad tracks on Eisenhower Street was opened. The $1.8 million project that took 14 months to finish combined more sources of money than any previous city project. Representatives from the various participants in the undertaking were on hand...
Goodman talks education with Purdy teachers (04/16/09)
Current education issues and the uncertainty coming with the new federal stimulus package provided 29th District State Senator Jack Goodman with material to discuss with educators at the Purdy R-2 School District recently. Purdy educators were concerned about what will happen to the A+ program under Governor Jay Nixon's proposal to move its management away from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. ...
Monett Falls To Mt. Vernon In Big 8 Baseball Game (04/16/09)
Going ahead to stay in the fourth inning, the host Mt. Vernon Mountaineers downed the Monett Cubs 8-4 yesterday in a Big 8 Conference baseball game. Monett dropped to 3-2 on the year and 0-1 in the league. The Cubs grabbed a quick lead with two runs in the top of the first inning. Spenser Witt singled to start the game and stole second. Marcus Enloe walked. With two outs, Witt and Enloe stole second and third and Preston Thompson followed with a two-RBI single...
Cubs Netters Win Bolivar Tournament (04/16/09)
With 28 points, the Monett Cubs tennis team captured first place yesterday in the Bolivar Tournament. Bolivar finished second with 25 points. Other teams competing were Clinton and Reeds Spring. Monett had five singles champions and one doubles champ in the event...
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