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Fred Thomas Whited

Fred Thomas Whited of Annapolis, Missouri passed away June 29, 2022 at his daughter’s home surrounded by his loving family.  He was born September 9, 1941 in Ironton, Missouri the son of the late Fred “Chuck” Davis and Martha “Doris” (Whited) Wright. Fred is survived by his daughter, Leslee Randazzo and her husband, Richard of…

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Squirrel And Black Bass Seasons Open May 28

SQUIRRELS The hunting season on eastern gray and fox squirrels runs May 28 through Feb. 15, 2023. Allowed methods include shotguns, rifles, and other legal firearm methods, as well as archery equipment, slingshots, or atlatls. Squirrels may also be harvested with cage-style traps during the hunting season as long as hunters have a valid Small…

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War

“Raise the colors and follow me.” We now have total and complete war between evangelical christians and the American Woman. They have been trying for this for 40 years. Spent millions of dollars on their quest to overturn Roe and implant “ their religious desires upon the American people.” For the christians it is “mission…

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Lets cook

 Last week I printed a couple recipes for the grill. Sometimes I like to prepare the entire meal on the grill, vegetables and potatoes! This first recipe is one I have not tried yet, but it sounds great. I plan to try it soon. Grilled Veggies    makes 6 servings 2 Tbsp honey 4 tsp…

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Veterans Memorabilia Sought

B-17 “Memphis Belle” of the 324th Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th Air Force is pictured above flying over England in June 1943. Pictured above is the “1849 St. Louis Fire” from page 279 of “Lloyd’s steamboat directory, and disasters on the western waters” published in 1856.   By Randle Tolliver, Post Quartermaster/Adjutant post6660@movfw.org  /…

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Classified Ad Appears to Be a Scam

An ad that is running on the classified page appears to be a scam. The newspaper was notified Thursday afternoon by a reader that there are problems with the ad. The office is a help wanted and promised to hire people to clean offices and houses for a salary of $630 per week. An email…

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MDC virtual event will have update on Trans Ozark Trail System project

The Ozarks Trail is a nearly 400-mile hiking trail that winds through the Missouri Ozarks. The Ozarks Highlands Trail is a 218-mile trail in northern Arkansas. When these two trails get connected, it will form a 700-mile trail of hiking delight that will showcase the beauty of the Ozarks. People can get a progress report…

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Reflections from the Road

Winter Song Part 1 by Rick Mansfield       What follows is the first part of a four-column allegory.  I trust all will find it entertaining; perhaps, even, a bit inspiring.  Like all good fables, it is founded in truth.       William Smith had not visited the cabin on Turtle Creek for many years.  Had not roamed any…

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Judge Orders New Election

Circuit Judge Kelley Parker ordered a new primary election to be held for the Republican nomination for Iron County Sheriff. A judgement was issued Thursday. The new election will be held Tuesday, Sept. 22. Parker heard testimony late Wednesday afternoon and evening from numerous witnesses brought in by Sheriff Roger Medley’s attorney’s Derrick Good and Natalie…

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Taxpayers Need to Resume Payments

The IRS is now requiring taxpayers who took advantage of the People First Initiative tax relief and did not make previously owed tax payments between March 25 to July 15 that they need to restart their payments.  As the IRS continues to reopen its operations across the country, taxpayers who were in payment agreements and…

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