Home / Author Archives: News Server (page 10)

Author Archives: News Server

Frances A Lambert

Frances A Lambert, 75 years, 7 months, and 8 days old, passed to Heaven on May 15, 2016, at her home in Springfield, Mo., with her family by her side. Frances was born Oct. 7, 1940, in Urbana, Ohio, to ...

Read More »

Dessie Ludwig

Dessie  Ludwig, 73 years, 4 months, and 13 days old, passed to Heaven on May 18, 2016 at The Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center with her family nearby. Dessie was born  in Douglas County, Mo., to Carl and Bonnie ...

Read More »

Elmer Daniel Ross

Elmer Daniel Ross, 57, Ava, Mo., departed this life Friday, May 13, 2016, at Mercy Hospital Springfield, Mo. He was born July 15, 1958 near Sandusky, Mich. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, May 15, at 3 p.m. in the Ava ...

Read More »

Tonya Titus

Tonya Titus died suddenly and peacefully in her home on May 13 , 2016 in Ava, Mo., at age 56, after a brief battle with lung cancer. Tonya was born on Sept. 25 , 1959 to Delmar and Annette Caudill ...

Read More »

Looking Backward 5.19.2016

25 Years Ago May 16, 1991 Ava High School will be graduating one of its smallest clas­ses in recent history this year, with only 79 names listed on the com­mencement program.  Heading up the class are Valedictorian David Davidson and ...

Read More »

What About This…? 5.19.2016

By Wayne William Cipriano Hulk Hogan was awarded a gazillion dollars in court the other day for damage done to him when some…ah, unfortunate (?) images of him were transmitted via the Inter­net. Hogan maintained that his privacy had been ...

Read More »

2016-17 Missouri Airport Directory Now Available


JEFFERSON CITY –– The new 2016-17 Missouri Airport Directory is now available. The directory offers aerial photographs and detailed descriptions of all 123 Missouri public-use airports.  It includes information specific to the landing facility as well as local area attractions ...

Read More »

Cunningham Report 5.12.2016

Protecting Missouri Voters’ Rights As we move into the last week of the Second Regular Session of the 98th General Assembly, the Senate is hard at work, passing as much meaningful legislation as possible before adjournment. This week, my fellow ...

Read More »