Plans Call for Lodge and Cabins to Be Closed for Three to Five Years
A familiar face returned to the Reynolds County Courier office in Ellington in mid-May when Maureen Laxton accepted the position of account sales representative for the paper.
New Technology Allows Guardrails to Better Absorb Accidental Impact
From years gone by, longtime residents of rural Missouri can remember driving through the country and passing – or sometimes stopping and shopping at – “roadside stands” that sold anything from watermelons to pecans to eggs or even whole chickens.
Parishioners of Christ the King Mission in Bunker are now worshipping in their new church building located on the north side of Highway 72 at the eastern edge of the town.
Members of Black River Electric Cooperative were treated to an enjoyable morning at the 77th Annual Meeting, Saturday, June 6, in the Fredericktown High School gym. Great gospel music from the Tribute Quartet and two big prize drawings delighted the large crowd. Members also took advantage of free health screenings and great refreshments.
An historic look back at happenings in our county 25, 50 and 75 years ago.