Parents find used drug needle in yard where children playOf all the things a parent would expect to pick up in their yard — kids toys, lawn equipment, and the like — the last would be a used hypodermic drug needle. But, that's what Kelly and Glen Johnson...
Cassville Democrat editor, publisher emeritus speaks to RotariansBob Mitchell, former editor and publisher of the Cassville Democrat, spoke to members of the Cassville Rotary Club today.
- New food pantry opens for Seligman residents (7/19/17)
- Man assaults deputies in jail escape attempt (7/19/17)
- 2 hired as teachers at Purdy schools (7/19/17)
- Extension shares positive outcomes of Farm-to-School (7/19/17)
- Local family encourages testing for hemochromatosis (7/19/17)
- 4-H members exhibit creations at Purdy Festival (7/19/17)
- Young exhibitors shine at Purdy Livestock Show (7/19/17)
- Seligman Chamber hosts night of family-friendly entertainment (7/19/17)
- Mercy Hospital Cassville’s Senior Life Solutions offers mental health tips (7/19/17)
- Southwest schools release back-to-school information (7/19/17)
- Police Chief brings canine companion to Cassville Library (7/19/17)
- Ronald McDonald teaches children about ‘Three R’s of Recycling’ (7/19/17)
- Cassville library hosts mosaics craft project (7/19/17)
- News briefs (7/19/17)
- 2 injured in emergency vehicle wreck (7/17/17)
- Local family encourages testing for hemochromatosis
- Parents find used drug needle in yard where children play
- Man assaults deputies in jail escape attempt
- Cassville’s future is here
- Southwest schools release back-to-school information
- Seligman Chamber hosts night of family-friendly entertainment
- Purdy Festival celebrates hometown fun
- Mercy Hospital Cassville’s Senior Life Solutions offers mental health tips
- Bob Mitchell: Mid-July was catfishing time
- 2 injured in emergency vehicle wreck
- Cassville searching for football alumniCassville, for the fifth consecutive year, is seeking former alumni to be honored at the first home game of the season. Lance Parnell, Cassville’s football coach, is a man who appreciates history, understanding the foundation of his program was laid by the hard work of generations who came before...
2017 Purdy Festival (7/19/17)
Shell Knob Fireworks Show 2017 (7/4/17)
Carson & Barnes CircusSaurus 2017 (5/24/17)
Cassville High School Graduation 2017 (5/24/17)
Purdy vs. Strafford (State Championship) (5/21/17)
Purdy vs. Lincoln (State Semifinals) (5/20/17)
Purdy High School graduation (5/17/17)
Purdy-Pierce City Softball State Quarterfinal (5/13/17)
Extension shares farming strategies with Hmong (7/19/17)ROCKY COMFORT — More than vegetables grow in Fue Yang's high tunnels. It is where opportunity grows for area Hmong farmers. Yang runs a teaching farm for University of Missouri Extension, Lincoln University and the Webb City Farmers Market. The...
Pet of the Week (7/19/17)Meet Dallas, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week.
The difference between impact and participation in activities (7/19/17)Every team member gets a medal at the end of the season for participating in most youth sports leagues. The medal, however, merely recognizes participation. In real life, adults do not get participation medals. What matters for most organizations,...
Camp Barnabas to hold drawing for 1980 International Scout II vehicle (7/19/17)Camp Barnabas, a summer camp for individuals with special needs and chronic illnesses, is holding a drawing for a 1980 International Scout II valued at over $18,000. All proceeds benefit the Camper Scholarship Fund. This fund provides the means for...
James Lee Stephens (7/19/17)James Lee Stephens, 69, of Cassville, passed away Monday, July 10, 2017, at Mercy Hospital in Joplin. He was born Jan. 30, 1948, in Cassville, the son of Leon and Ruth (Prewitt) Stephens. On Feb....
http://cas.tracker.rustcom.net/scripts/admin/stories/index.php (7/19/17)Betty J. Scott, 86, of Seligman, passed away Thursday, July 13, 2017, at Cassville Health Care and Rehabilitation Center. She was born Oct. 21, 1930, in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Sherman and...
Loye Russell Rose (7/19/17)Loye Russell Rose, age 82, of Cassville, passed away Wednesday, July 12, 2017. He was born Jan. 18, 1935, in Barry County, the son of Johnny J. and Queen Isabella (Cargile) Rose. On Feb. 2, 1957, he...
Dorothy Grace Lynch (7/19/17)Dorothy Grace Lynch, age 94, of Shell Knob, passed away Monday, July 10, 2017, at Green Acres Lodge Assisted Living in Holiday Island, Ark. She was born Nov. 2, 1922, in Pretty Prairie, Kan., the...
Burl Nelson Hess (7/19/17)Burl Nelson Hess, 84, of Cassville, passed away Monday, July 10, 2017, at Granby House in Granby. He was born July 15, 1932, in Crane, the son of M.M. and Jewel (Edwards) Hess. On April 18, 1959, in...
Judy Ann Davis (7/19/17)Judy Ann Davis, 69, of Exeter, passed away Thursday, July 13, 2017, at her home. She was born March 3, 1948, in Cassville, the daughter of Charles Herbert and Elizabeth Irene (McClure) Cagle. On...
Miscellaneous for Sale
Antique Oak TrunkThis is a really old antique trunk that has been painted. It has three of its original embedded wheels on the bottom.
Garage SalesHUGE 3 family sale. 1-1/4 mile North of Ramey's on 1090 to Farm Road 2226. Chain saws, children's clothes, etc.
Garage SalesGARAGE SALE: July 29th 7:30-??. 2791 Farm Road 1090, 1-1/2 miles South of Wal-Mart. Girls' clothing 6 months to 4T, toys, men and women clothing, shoes, lamps, table and chairs, basketball goal, bench saw, tools, mirrors, end table, pictures, lots more.. No Early Sales.
Garage SalesLARGE SALE: 32 Plymouth Hills, 8-12 Saturday only! New & like new boutique & name brand clothes, girls size 12-14. Lots of movies, toys, books, & accessories. Furniture, house wares & decor.
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