Regional News

Mid-Missouri Collectors Show changes ownership
MINDENMINES- Dave Sorrick of In God We Trust LLC has announced that the ownership of the Mid-Missouri Collectors Show held for the past four years in Osage Beach has...
The Dade County Health Department recently hosted a hunter education course through the Missouri Department of Conservation. The class was held on March 25, at the Live Well Health & Fitness board room and was conducted by Dade County Conservation Agent Jeremy Edwards. Thirteen students attended in the morning, with 31 attending in the afternoon. This has been the best turnout they have had for the hunter safety course. The Dade County Health Department looks forward to hosting another course next year and their hope is to get a large number to attend again. Thank you to all who participated in the March safety course. Good luck and safe hunting! Dade County Health Dept. hosts hunter education course


Accident reports
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a train/vehicle accident occurred at 10:22 a.m. on Sunday, April 16, four miles west of Lockwood on South Dade Co. Rd. 21,...
Watch for flag leaf and consider fungicide treatment
LAMAR- Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension, scouted fields on March 29 north of Lamar. Wheat is in the second joint stage. "One field...
Wet conditions, consider a fungicide to protect flag leaves
LAMAR- Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension, scouted fields east of Mindenmines, near highway M, between 160 and 126 highways for the...
Sparktacular to benefit Jasper teacher
JASPER- Sparktacular, a fun-filled day of activities to benefit Rachel Sparks, a beloved Jasper teacher that was recently diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, will be held...
Tested bull sale has strong average
SPRINGFIELD- The 89th sale of performance-evaluated bulls on March 27, at the Springfield Livestock Marketing Center in Springfield, had a surprisingly strong average at...
Annual store fundraiser collects $44,000 for hunger relief
SPRINGFIELD- Nearly 60 area grocery stores partnered with Ozarks Food Harvest for the 18th annual Check Out Hunger, raising $44,012 to provide more than 176,000 meals to...
Edward Jones earns new honor
Edward Jones has been named one of the country's Best Workplaces in Financial Services and Insurance by Fortune magazine and consulting firm Great Place to Work®, ranking...
Edward Jones named to “50 Companies That Care”
Financial services firm Edward Jones placed among 50 exceptional organizations on People magazine's first annual "50 Companies That Care" list, jointly chosen by People...
This Wildcat Field picture was taken on March 19, showing current progress on fence posts and infield work. Bronaugh Athletics Booster Club receives generous donation
The Marlins Man is most widely known for his attendance to almost every type of sporting event with a seat in a key location. The camera shows him...


Aphids showing up in wheat fields and possibly soilborne mosaic virus
LAMAR- Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension, scouted fields on March 8, west Iantha. Wheat is in the tillering stage. "Remember, the...
April 4, 2017 Election Results
General Municipal Election April 4, 2017 Barton County, Missouri LAMAR R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposition 1: To choose by ballot three...


Deadline to help those affected by wildfires is April 6
Help fill the semi-trailer by April 6! The Arcola Christian Church, located at the intersection of Hwys. 39 and Y, as well as the Barton County Extension office, 701 E....
W.I.N.G.S. Refuge to hold Spring Fling fundraiser
W.I.N.G.S Refuge will host its Third Annual Tri County Girls’ Night Out at 5:30 p.m., on Thursday, March 23. All proceeds go for funding the A.R.C. of Hope Women’s Domestic...