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Beat the Heat in Caves

SPRINGFIELD – With temper­atures hitting the century mark, there are a few traditional places people visit to cool off. Springs, rivers and caves are abundant in the Ozarks and all provide respite from the overwhelming heat.
 
Using caves and springs ...

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Looking Backward 8.2.2012

  25 Years Ago July 30, 1987   About 175 enthusiastic folks turned out last Friday night for an evening of music on the Ava square, sponsored by the Retail Merchants Division of the Ava Area Chamber of Commerce. If ...

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Missouri Establishes Guardianship Reform Task Force

Members tasked with modernizing 30-year-old statute JEFFERSON CITY –– A group calling itself the Missouri Working Interdisciplinary Network of Guardianship Stakeholders (MO-WINGS) has been convened by Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council to review and recommend statutory changes to update Missouri’s adult ...

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Missouri Prevailing Wage Rates Set

Annual Wage Order No. 19 Now in Effect JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Labor Department announces that the state prevailing wage rates have been established and are now in effect for use on all Missouri public works constructions projects. ...

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Classifieds 8.2.2012

FOR SALE C&S Woodcutting, $35/rick picked up, $40 delivered in Ava city limits. Call Cody 417-686-0888.           13-tf GOT BUGS? FOR termites, ants, spiders, roaches, fleas, etc.  Call Tim Blackwell at Blackwell Pest Control, 860-7314.          36-17tp 100% BIO-FUEL heat for your ...

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Wasola

“For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous, but the way of the ungodly shall perish,” Psalms 1:6. Last Saturday we had a good rain and with it was a storm. After the storm I thought I would go ...

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The High Calling

Ours is a spiritual battle, that cannot be seen with the natural eye, or sensed with our natural senses, but the effects of the battle can be seen just like we can see the movement of grass and leaves from ...

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TECUMSEH

Another week of dry weather and it is not just in our area, but widespread according to the news. Perhaps there will be some moisture soon as its times to plant turnips and parsnip seeds. I believe Kirs Ledbetter must ...

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