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Stories from Saturday, May 14, 2011

Verona sets date for city-wide sale (05/14/11)
Aldermen were sworn in at the April 26 meeting of the Verona City Council with City Clerk Julie Ruscha administering the oath of office to Mayor Lloyd Airrington and aldermen Willis Hutson and Barbara Allen. Appointments for the new administration were announced. George Strawn was named mayor pro tem. Randee Stemmons was appointed as municipal court judge and Bill Petrus as city prosecutor. Tony Hinkle was named fire chief with Dustin Miller named assistant fire chief...
Purdy tables EEZ agreement (05/14/11)
Two invited guests to the regular May meeting of the Purdy City Council failed to appear, leaving aldermen with continuing questions about mapping issues with the Barry County E-911 Center and the Barry County Enhanced Enterprise Zone. Mayor Ron Dutra had invited Mike Phillips, director of the Barry County E-99 Center, to the meeting to explain to aldermen why the cities of Barry County had not been properly entered into the county's E-911 mapping system so that officers, firefighters and other emergency responders could easily locate those needing assistance. ...
PHS announces top graduates for 2011 (05/14/11)
The top two graduates of Purdy High School's Class of 2011 have been announced by Prinicipal Robert Vice. This year's valedictorian is Rebecca Neill, daughter of Russ and Renae Neill, of Purdy. Salutatorian is Nicole Terry, daughter of James and Donna Terry, of Cassville...
Financial expert offers national economic outlook (05/14/11)
An overview of the current national economic picture was offered by Don Weber, investment adviser with Edward D. Jones, at a recent Monett Kiwanis Club. Weber opened the Edward D. Jones office in Lamar in 1993 and came to Monett in 2000 to succeed Jim Wheeler, who was planning to retire. Weber has a degree from Drury University, where he studied biology, chemistry and physics...
Program protects children (05/14/11)
The Missouri Child Identification and Protection Program (MOCHIP) was held and hosted by the Monett Masonic Lodge #129 AF&AM on Saturday, May 7. Approximately 70 children attended to participate in the program. The youngest child was three days old...
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