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Stories from Thursday, August 13, 2009

Monett plants showcase agriculture as a job creator (08/13/09)
Seventh District Congressman Roy Blunt's 13th annual agriculture tour stopped at two Monett factories and a poultry farm near Marionville this week. "The goal of the agriculture tour," Blunt said, "has always been to get people to think about agriculture who would not think about it every day."...
Pierce City City Council decides senior water bill issue (08/13/09)
Pierce City aldermen voted to ask the Senior Citizens Center to pay its water bill in full and to use grant reimbursement to pay for a worn-out aerator motor for the wastewater plant at the regular August meeting. A special meeting was also scheduled for the annual tax levy hearing...
Man faces prison for molesting boys (08/13/09)
A Raytown man convicted on 10 counts of sodomy by a Lawrence County Circuit Court jury is scheduled for sentencing on Sept. 4. Sam Cobb, Jr., 54, was found guilty on 10 counts of statutory sodomy in the first degree. Judge Carr Woods, who presided at the trial, will handle sentencing...
Cubs invite fans to Pride Night (08/13/09)
By LISA SCHLICHTMAN The Monett High School Fall Sports Pride Night will be held at the Burl Fowler Stadium this Saturday, Aug. 15. The annual event, which gives Cubs fans the opportunity to enjoy a football scrimmage and meet fall sports athletes, will begin with a Monett Boosters tailgate party at 5:45 p.m...
Big stars, festivals, shows available as entertainment options this week (08/13/09)
This week in Monett: Joe Levanti's Horseshoe Theater will bring the Flint Hill Ramblers bluegrass band to the Monett City Hall Auditorium at 7 p.m. The six-member band from northeast Okla. and northwest Ark. plays traditional bluegrass and gospel music. Admission is $5...
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