Deputies honored for helping person who was shotTwo Barry County Sheriff’s Office deputies have received Letters of Commendation from the Office, as they helped to save a person that had suffered a gunshot wound to the chest. On Aug. 23, Deputy...
Life Change offers community in CassvilleGroups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Celebrate Recovery have been operating locally for many years, but the First United Methodist Church in Cassville is helping sponsor a new...
- COVID cases fall in last week (9/24/21)
- Phone scam targeting residents (9/22/21)
- Meet and Greet with KISS dive team on Saturday (9/22/21)
- Chicago pair injured in bike wreck (9/22/21)
- Homecoming parade scheduled (9/22/21)
- What’s shakin’ in Shell Knob (9/22/21)
- News briefs (9/22/21)
- COVID cases holding steady (9/16/21)
- A day for grandparents (9/15/21)
- Crash survivor campaigns for victim (9/15/21)
- School Resource Officer pushes for better care when driving (9/15/21)
- Remembering those lives lost (9/15/21)
- Veterans Free Fishing Day on Saturday (9/15/21)
- Discovery Quilters ‘Crazy for Quilting’ (9/15/21)
- Derby delights area attendees (9/15/21)
- Prizes won at Barry County Youth Fair (9/15/21)
- Purdy crafty (9/15/21)
- News briefs (9/15/21)
- COVID-19 cases drop below 100 (9/9/21)
- Twenty Years Ago: Never Forget (9/8/21)
- Lamar’s uses early lead to top Cassville
- What’s shakin’ in Shell Knob
- Discovery Quilters ‘Crazy for Quilting’
- A day for grandparents
- COVID cases fall in last week
- Bob Mitchell: Autumn begins with a new COVID variant
- Pets of the Week
- Chicago pair injured in bike wreck
- Wildcats aim to upset No. 1 Lamar
- ‘Cats refocus for Nevada ground game
- Lamar’s uses early lead to top CassvilleA fast start from the defending Class 2 state champion was too much for Cassville to overcome, falling 35-3 despite holding the Tigers to only 7 points in the second half. The Wildcats started with the ball and showed offensive promise with a quick first down. However, the drive stalled and the ball was punted away to Lamar’s 40-yard line. ...
Shakin' in the Shell 2021 (9/22/21)
FOOTBALL: Cassville h Nevada — Sept. 10, 2021 (9/10/21)
FOOTBALL: Cassville at Marshfield — Sept. 3, 2021 (9/4/21)
Wheaton BBQ 2021 (9/1/21)
FOOTBALL: Cassville h Mt. Vernon — Aug. 27, 2021 (8/27/21)
Kids' Fishing Day August 2021 (8/25/21)
Purdy Fourth of July 2021 (7/7/21)
Shell Knob Fire & Thunder 2021 (7/5/21)
Bob Mitchell: Autumn begins with a new COVID variantGood news is on the horizon this day with the beginning of autumn, which is one of the most fantastic seasons beginning for the Ozarks. That’s on the good side of the news. Now flip the fact coin over, we’re being told there is a new COVID virus variant on the horizon that might not be effective with vaccines that have been injected in the arms of millions of Americans...
Bob Mitchell: Fishing trips at Stubblefield CampWhen weather turned warm years ago, there was one favorite place for young boys to take an outing—Stubblefield Camp near Eagle Rock. The camp was actually a place to start fishing trips on the White River, which flowed down a steep sand bank. The site was well suited for six boys to occupy two cabins at the resort. The Stubblefields were very hospitable and great hosts under the existing conditions...
Kyle Troutman: Never forget how together we wereIt was another Tuesday. I got up, had breakfast, got ready, took the bus to school and played my morning pickup games of basketball with my friends at Dunbar Middle School in Little Rock, Ark. It was time to head in for class, so I made my way to my third floor, eighth-grade homeroom, Mrs. Flynn’s English class...
Bob Mitchell: Western movies and bird hunting thoughtsIn these times when there isn’t much you can do because of COVID virus or just arriving at the age that nothing seems attainable, television has seemingly become much more interesting than it was say two years ago. That is if the quality of the service is adequate to supply your need. ...
Chuck Terrill: Eyes wide open (9/22/21)A young man went door to door in the one block long, small town business district. He was desperate to find a summer job in a time when jobs were hard to find. He walked into a men’s clothing store and spoke to the salesman. “I’m the owner and...
Pets of the Week (9/22/21)Meet Stockton and Slugger, the Haven of the Ozarks Pets of the Week.
Chuck Terrill: Be careful how you name your dog (9/22/21)Sound travels well in the summertime heat. All of our windows are open, and I heard you calling your dog the other night. It caused me to meditate on pet names. Yes, I am easily entertained. You called and called, and apparently, the dog didn't...
Pet of the Week (9/8/21)Meet brothers Dark Stripe and Gray Stripe, the Haven of the Ozarks Pets of the Week.
Richard Luke Auernheimer (9/22/21)Richard Luke Auernheimer, age 89, of Cassville, Missouri, passed away Monday, September 20, 2021, at his home. He was born May 28, 1932, in Ruleton, Kansas, the son of Edward Henry and Margaret Mae...
Ernest Paul Stipech (9/22/21)Ernest Paul Stipech, 89, of Lampe, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, at his home. He was born Dec. 5,1931, in Calumet, Mich., the son of Edward and Exilda (Brunet) Stipech. He was united in...
Preston Norman Payne (9/22/21)Preston Norman Payne, 71, of Pratt, Kan., passed away Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, in Cassville. He was born March 25, 1950, in Carnegie, Okla., the son of Charles and Nellie (Giles) Payne. On Sept. 9,...
Donald Gene “Burly” Grimes (9/22/21)Donald Gene “Burly” Grimes, 83, of Aurora, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. He was born Nov. 4, 1937, in Los Angeles, Calif., the son of Leon and Ruby (Dandridge) Grimes. He married Wanda Jean...
Jean Ann Easley (9/22/21)Jean Ann Easley, 70, of Eagle Rock, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021, in Springfield. She was born May 16, 1951, to Henry and Ruth Marie Birchfield in Eureka Springs, Ark. Survivors include: two...
Rachel Darlene Ash (9/22/21)Rachel Darlene Ash, 80, of Garfield, Ark., passed away Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, at Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas in Rogers, Ark. She was born July 14, 1941, in Washburn, the daughter of Homer...
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