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Arno

Bonnie Phipps said Roy and Linda Sue Freeman came over Friday and visited with her. Bonnie and Cecilia had Easter dinner together. Cecilia cooked a ham and Roy and Linda went to Lonnie and Pamela Crim’s for Easter and Debbie ...

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Ava Storage Centere legal

PUBLIC NOTICE OF AUCTION This is a legal public notice that contents of Unit #105 rented by Jay McIntosh at Ava Storage Centere located at 1107 NW 3rd Street, Ava, MO., is being auctioned for amount past due. Auction to ...

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Ava School legal

Request For Qualifications Design Services For Ava R-I School District The Ava R-I School District in Ava, Missouri is soliciting qualifications for Design services to be executed during the design and construction of proposed HVAC and roofing improvements. These improvements ...

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Soccer Schedule

Week 4- April 11, 2015. 4th-8th 9:00   am – HomePride Bank vs. Longdollar 10:00 am-. Sarah’s Country Curls vs. KHAOS 2nd-3rd 10:30 am –  Pro-Design vs. Casey’s General Store 11:30 am – Simply Kids vs. Payroll Advance K-1st 9:00 ...

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Soccer Results

Week 3- April 4, 2015. 4th-8th 9:00   am – Sarah’s Country Curls (0) vs. HomePride Bank (8) 10:00 am-. KHAOS (8) vs. Longdollar (6) 2nd-3rd 10:30 am – Simply Kids (0) vs. Pro-Design (3) 11:30 am – Payroll Advance ...

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Community Events

This column is for fundraisers, benefits, or community functions for which a fee or membership dues are collected. Items will be printed in this column twice for a single fee of $5 for 20 words or less. ****** Benefit Go ...

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Calendar of Events

This column is provided to our readers free of charge to announce upcoming events that are free to the public. Publication of the same announcement will be limited to two insertions. * * * Free Clothing Giveaway, The Seventh Day ...

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What About This…? 4.9.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Are you old enough to remember what it was like to be completely vulnerable to the “common” childhood diseases like measles, mumps, chicken pox, rubella or the heavy hitters like smallpox, polio or whooping cough? Were ...

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Thornfield Southern Baptist

Mrs. Alene Turner began services today by reading Acts 16:31. Please pray for Cindy Turner, Thomas Wray and Emily Wilson. Our deepest sympathies to the families of Dean Jones and Ruth Wordsworth. Brother Leon Turner brought today’s Sunday School lesson titled ...

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Tecumseh

Each day is bringing us closer to spring weather. The weather should be more settled and less stormy after Easter, which is April 5 this year. Gardening is a subject coming up and planting usually gets in full swing for ...

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