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Ava Kiwanis Club News

Several of our members attended the meeting last week, which was our first official meeting of the new Kiwanis year. We have a busy week of activities ahead!  We have two Terrific Kids Presentations Monday, Oct. 7. The first is ...

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What About This…? 10.10.2013

By Wayne William Cipriano Have you ever wondered who asks F.A.Q.s? None, that’s who. Not frequently, not even occasionally, possibly, not ever. Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) seem to be a way for companies to save money in at least two ...

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Lewis Wayne Suits, 73

Lewis Suits

Lewis Wayne Suits, 73 years, passed to heaven on Sept. 25, 2013 at Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare, Ava, Mo., with his wife and family by his side. Lewis was born Sept. 22, 1940 in East Prairie, Mo., to France ...

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Kerman O. McSwain, 97

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Kerman O. McSwain, 97 years, passed to Heaven on Sept. 26, 2013 at Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare, Ava, Mo., with his family by his side. Kerman was born July 28, 1916 in Thornfield, Mo., to John Thomas and Lillie ...

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Halle (Hal) Adams, 80

Halle (Hal) Adams, 80, of Ava, departed this life Sept. 30, 2013, at his home near Ava. He was born Feb. 18, 1933, at Jacksonville, Fla. Memorial services will be conducted Thursday, Oct. 3, at 1 p.m., in the Ava ...

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CHART Group Hosts Program Here On Substance Abuse

Douglas County inmate J.D. Day, along with Drug Court Administrator Jennifer Horn and Sheriff Chris Degase were among the speakers at the substance abuse program presented last Friday, hosted by CHART.

Douglas County Community Health Assistance Resources Team (C.H.A.R.T.) and InterAgency Council hosted an informative program in Ava last Friday morning on substance abuse. About 50 people, including school administrators and county officials, but mostly just citizens of the community, attended ...

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Smith Report 10.3.2013

Ending Washington’s ObamaCare Exemption Nothing makes folks back home in Missouri more disillusioned with their government than Washington politicians who say one thing and then do something different. Four years ago when Barack Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi forced ...

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