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Stories from Friday, May 18, 2012

Teachers treated at Monett Elementary School (05/18/12)
Monett Elementary School honored teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week with a luncheon hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). PTO members brought in salads and desserts The food was placed in the entryway of the building, and tables were moved outside to allow teachers to enjoy lunch in the beautiful weather...
Citizens help "brand" downtown Monett (05/18/12)
Community members can help with the "branding" of downtown Monett through participation in a survey that is being launched this week. The Monett Main Street's Downtown Promotions Committee has selected three logo designs that citizens are being asked to look at and vote for their favorite...
Verona graduation is Sunday (05/18/12)
Twenty-five members of the Class of 2012 at Verona High School will receive diplomas during commencement ceremonies at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the Verona High School gymnasium. Top graduates in the class are Haley Cline, daughter of John and Rhonda Cline, as valedictorian. Ryan Noack is the salutatorian...
Cox employees honored for service (05/18/12)
The annual Cox Health banquet was held on April 19 in Springfield, honoring employees for years of service. A reception was held at Cox Monett Hospital on May 10, during National Hospital Week, for those that could not attend the banquet. Employees and the years of service are: Cindy Breazzeal, Amanda Cline, Karen Crahan, Misty Gates, Kasey Gauss, Laura Guzman, Erica Hilburn, Jillian Hodge, Stephanie Mahan, Erin Marion, Michael McCallum, Marianne Metz, Tammy Miller, Justin Paul, Casey Pendleton, Leslie Sanchez, Rhonda Skinner, Jaymie Taylor, Jennifer Wall and Amy Wilson, all serving five years.. ...
Arc of Ozarks serves local community (05/18/12)
Services offered by Arc of the Ozarks were described by Julie Guillebeau, chief advancement officer, to the Monett Kiwanis Club at a recent club meeting. Guillebeau said Arc of the Ozarks helps people with developmental disabilities live and work in the community...
OFO concert and auction (05/18/12)
A silent auction for art lovers is part of the fun planned for the Ozark Festival Orchestra's Pops in the Park concert at the Monett City Park Casino on Sunday. OFO board members Jane Rogers, at left, and Julie Waetke-Bishoff, at right, stand with some of the items that will be available. ...
Mother's Day gift (05/18/12)
Mother's Day was made a little nicer for Alleace Mourglia, 98, of Monett. Her son, Rex Mourglia, with a little help from Randy Prier, made a six-foot-tall artificial flower and placed it outside his mother's window at Lacoba Homes in Monett. The flower is a big hit with all the residents and staff...
Sponsors needed for golf tourney (05/18/12)
Sponsors are still being accepted for the 25th annual Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, June 1 at Windmill Ridge golf course in Monett. Tthe Monett Chamber of Commerce hosts the golf tournament as a way to say "thank you" to local industries for their contributions to the local community...
GRIDIRON GREATS IN TRAINING (05/18/12)
The A-Team, a Monett YMCA flag football team, is pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Enrique Hernandez, Kash Adams, Maverick Grimley and Maddie Adams. Second row: Sammy Pinkly, Kolby Rattles, Levi Taylor and Porter Reed. Third row: coach Rick Minton, coach Chuck Taylor and coach Dori Minton...
Monett's Witt inks with OCC (05/18/12)
The final buzzer has not sounded on Jarred Witt's basketball playing career. The Monett senior signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Ozark Christian College (OCC) in Joplin next year. "I am really excited and blessed to get to continue playing a game I love," said Witt. "Basketball has always been my true passion. I love the competiveness of the game. It really drives my motivation."...
Green signs to play for Evangel (05/18/12)
"Versatile" is the term Monett football coach Chad Depeť used most to describe senior standout Tyler Green. Green signed a national letter of intent to play football next season at Evangel University in Springfield. "Tyler was willing to play anywhere and to do what was best for the team," said Depeť. "He has the quickness to run away from defenders, the height to jump up and snatch the ball and the instincts to be a good defender."...
Purdy High School honors announced (05/18/12)
Honors were presented to Purdy High School students at the annual Awards Assembly on May 9. Principal Bob Vice announced that Addy Roller was the class valedictorian and Rachael Neill was the salutatorian. The Student Council named the seniors as class of the year. The Academic Team was the organization of the year. The Golden Apple was awarded to Adam Wilhite...
Highlandville Mo.-CRS Sale's Co. Sheep and Goat Sale.: Monthly Sheep and Goat Auction for 05-17-12 (05/18/12)
Missouri Weekly Hay Summary Week ending 05/18/12 (05/18/12)
Graduates: we need you (05/18/12)
Graduates, we need you. Every year we need your optimism, your belief that you can change the world. We're not saying that just to be nice. In this political season, you can see better than any other time our country is hog tied by longstanding competing beliefs. Those who have power are determined to keep it at all costs. They want you as an ally to increase their numbers...
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