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Cunningham Report 2.18.2016

Protecting Oregon County Land This first week of February has been a positive one for the 33rd Dis­trict here at the Capitol. I’m happy to announce that two of my pro­posed pieces of legislation received hearings and a large amount ...

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Ava Victory Celebrates Hoopcoming

Ava Victory Hoopcoming

Ava Victory Academy Crusaders’ hoopcoming game was played on Friday, Jan. 29, at the MOCH, in Ava, Mo.  The Crusaders played against Trinity from Hollister.  The Crusader boys team won 79-55, and Crusader ladies won with a score of 54-7. ...

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Looking Backward 2.18.2016

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago February 14, 1991   The main building housing the office and shop of Johnson’s Salvage and Wrecker Service north of Ava was destroyed by fire last Saturday afternoon.  Grass fire that got away from a neighbor appar­ently ...

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Notes From Hunter Creek 2.11.2016

Eagles and Turkey Vulture Hey, I am going out on a limb, and contrary to most experts, I am predicting an early spring.  That seems crazy because as I am writing this column the snow flurries are blowing through Hunter ...

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SBU Releases Fall 2015 Honor Roll Lists

BOLIVAR, Mo. — Southwest Baptist University has released its Fall 2015 honor roll lists for undergraduate students. Students who are on the list from the Douglas County area include the following: Savannah Jenkins, Deans’ List; Abby Robertson, Trustees’ List; Kendra Young, ...

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Memories Are Like Seeds

By Barbara Daniel A long walk through the woods on a warm winter day brings memories of another time.  And, time stood still.  Memories stored, mostly an assortment of places and times gone by, mostly history and folklore.  The change ...

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City Council Holds Feb. 9 Meeting

By Sue Curry Jones The Ava Board of Aldermen convened Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 5:00 p.m. for a regular business meeting.  Councilmen present were Stan Lovan, Leon Harris, Burrely Loftin and Keith Jones. Administrative Director Peggy Porter reported January month-end ...

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