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Apply for MDC managed deer hunts starting July 1

Get more information on MDC managed deer hunts, preview hunt details, and apply starting July 1 at mdc.mo.gov/managedhunt. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state this fall and winter.…

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Reynolds County VFW Post 6660 Newsletter

For veteran’s in crisis, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and press “1”. Our summer raffle is underway and our prizes this year are $250, $150, and $75 Visa Gift Cards. Look for our booths at various locations around the county until after Labor Day. We will be having a post workday on 26…

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Congressman Smith Capitol Report: Their New Normal

Last week, Washington Democrats kicked their spending into high gear, using a shadowy political tactic in an attempt to approve part of Joe Biden’s massive budget without any opportunity for debate. When Congress sets its spending levels each year, the law requires both the House and Senate to pass a budget resolution, giving both parties…

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Amber Alert for Missing Centerville Children

A Missouri Amber Alert has been issued for 7-year-old Grant Baker and 9-year-old Carter Baker after their mother was shot in Reynolds County, local officials say. Anyone with information is urged to call 911 immediately. The suspect has been identified as 43-year-old Jason Baker, according to Sunday’s amber alert. He’s described as a white male…

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Pasquet to Speak Sunday at Williamsville First Baptist Church

John Pasquet will deliver the message Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at Williamsville First Baptist Church. Pasquet recently published a book, The Essence—A Guided Journey of Discovery Through the Bible. The book is available available on Amazon. JOHN PASQUET grew up in his younger years on Air Force bases across the United States. In fact,…

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Williamsville Nutrition Center News

It has been a busy week at the Nutrition Center!  I first would like to report that Mrs. Lillie Turner won the Easter Basket Giveaway that was drawn for on Good Friday.  Mrs. Turner received a large basket with numerous gifts, candies, and a ham with all the fixings just in time for an Easter…

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Wayne County Sheriff Makes Drug Arrests

On Tuesday, Sheriff Dean Finch announced several drug busts that have occurred the last few weeks. According to Sheriff Finch, on April 10, deputies conducted an investigation into a misdemeanor theft from a local business in Silva. “Information obtained during the investigation lead Sheriff Finch, Deputies, and Troopers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol to…

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South Iron Students Win Awards at BRL Art Show

The Black River League Art Show was held at South Iron R-1 April 8 and 9th. South Iron students brought home 22 first places, 19 second places, 22 third places, and one best of show. Winners from South Iron were: Advanced Gracie Niehaus-2nd in Drawing, 2nd in Printmaking, 3rd in Crafts Rebecca Ruble-3rd in Drawing,…

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Greenville R-II Elementary teacher retires after 44 years

By Clay Steward The month of May is the ending of a school year for many schools.  For the Greenville School District, it’s losing one of their longtime elementary teachers.  Sue Pollard is retiring after working 44 years in the Greenville School District.  She worked 25 years as a teacher’s aide and 19 years as…

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Greenville Alumni officers to resign

The officers of the Greenville Alumni Association have submitted their resignations effective at the close of the May 29, 2021 banquet. “We all are ready to let it go,” confirmed Association President David Bollinger. Bollinger has served the Association as officer for twenty-one years, with seventeen years as President.  Amelia (Leach) White has served sixteen…

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