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Stories from Tuesday, January 18, 2011

YMCA reaches Mabee goal (01/18/11)
Leaders of the campaign to construct a new Monett Area YMCA announced on Friday that campaign pledges now total more than $8 million, enabling the YMCA to meet the $2 million challenge grant from the Mabee Foundation in Tulsa, Okla. Officials with the campaign were quick to express their excitement...
Stabbing involves juveniles (01/18/11)
Officers with the Monett Police Department responded to a reported altercation at 9 p.m. Saturday night at Walmart in Monett. While enroute to the scene, officers were advised that a knife was involved and one person might have been stabbed. Officers made contact with a woman who reported that her son had been stabbed. The victim, Colten Collins, 18, of Purdy, told officers that two men were "stalking" his brother inside the store...
Verona council handles full business agenda (01/18/11)
Verona city officials discussed a number of issues during their December meeting, including repairs to the city fire department's pumper truck and adoption of the new city code. For the rest of the story, see the print edition of The Monett Times.
PBS station focuses on Monett for documentary (01/18/11)
A film crew from KETC, the public television station in St. Louis, is due back in Monett this week to continue filming on a documentary film entitled "Homeland" that focuses on the experience of new immigrants around the state. According to Anne Davis, associate producer, the station is developing interviews and stories into a three-part documentary for national release by PBS. Davis hopes to have the project ready for airing in the summer or fall of this year...
Springfield-Springfield Livestock Marketing Center: Cow and Bull Auction Close for 1/17/2011 (01/18/11)
Carthage- Joplin Regional Stockyards: Feeder Cattle Auction Close for 1/17/2011 (01/18/11)
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