- AREA OBITUARIES
- September 3, 2015
Whenever two powerhouse teams like the Clark County Indians and Brookfield Bulldogs meet, you can never be sure who the winner will be, but you can always expect a great game. Friday night’s matchup at Burlington Field was no exception.READ MORE
By Mike Scott One of the significant events of the Kahoka Sesquicentennial celebration took place outside the Sever Library on Friday morning, as the time capsule buried during Kahoka’s Centennial in 1957 was opened and its contents revealed. “We’re so glad to see so many people here for this special event,” Sesquicentennial chairperson Bev LaffoonREAD MORE
Could anyone have asked for a bigger or better celebration?READ MORE
Family-Supporting Jobs Missourians Respond to Governor Blunt’s Pro-Growth Policies, Create 11,000 New Jobs in August Governor Blunt is committed to enacting pro-growth policies that lead to the creation of high quality, family-supporting jobs. When he took office, Missouri was leading the nation in job loss. Governor Blunt immediately took steps to end the flowREAD MORE
Pending good weather, MoDOT and its contractor, Chester Bross Construction Company, plan to change traffic to the new northbound lanes of Route 61 just south of Wayland on Friday, September 28. Immediately following this opening, construction crews will close the old lanes of Route 61 for rehabilitation, which will be the future southbound lanes.
SPRINGFIELD ? Missouri’s public school districts and private high schools have a unique opportunity to support their artistically talented students by nominating them to participate in the Missouri Fine Arts Academy (MFAA). Student nomination forms are available online for all Missouri high school districts. Nominations are due in mid-November.READ MORE