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Looking Backward 5.8.2014

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago May 4, 1989   Members of the Top Ten Percent of the Ava High School graduating class of 1989 are Michelle Morgan, Melissa Davis, Brandon Schmacht, Scott Silvey, Tim Noll, salutatorian; Monica Bruffett, valedictorian; Crystal English, Billie ...

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Cunningham Report 5.8.2014

Final Weeks of Session Fly By It seems that each week is busier than the one before it, especially as we near the end of this legislative session. On Thursday, May 1, two pieces of legislation I sponsored were truly ...

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Missouri Black Bear Foundation Launches

Foundation supports the natural re-colonization of Missouri black bears with educational programs, public awareness and field research COLUMBIA, Mo. –– A new foundation has been formed to help educate Missourians about the growing black bear population in the state and ...

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What About This…? 5.8.2014

By Wayne William Cipriano We’ve all heard a lot about climate change over the last several years, listened to liberal and conservative radio commentators battle it out, perhaps even read Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth and Crichton’s State of Fear, certainly ...

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Nelson D. Sellers, 82

Nelson D. Sellers, 82, departed this life May 5, 2014, at Cox Health, Branson, Mo. He was born Sept. 19, 1931 at Smallett, Mo. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 11, in the Ava Family Funeral ...

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Lela M. Rowe, 72

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Lela M. Rowe, 72 years, passed away on May 7, 2014 at her home with Zane by her side. Lela was born May 22, 1941 in Ava, Mo., to Aaron Troy and Ruth (Scott) Miller. Lela was retired from working ...

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Susan Perkins, 90

Susan Perkins, 90, of Isabella, Mo., formerly of Ava, departed this life May 3, 2014, at Gainesville Health Care Center, Gainesville, Mo. She was born Sept. 17, 1923, in Chicago, Ill. Funeral services were conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May ...

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