Barry County family raises 12 children in small cabinThe Barry County Museum is charged with collecting, preserving and exhibit items that represent the past, present and future of the life and times of Barry Countians, and one example of its work is a...
SKITS ready to delight audiences with upcoming playShell Knob in the Spotlight (SKITS) wants the people of Barry County to know that “meatballs” are simmering on the back burner, as the play, “Million Dollar Meatballs,” described by staff as a comedy...
- Emergency manager keeping eye on waters in Barry County (4/21/17)1
- Purdy mayor calls for 90-day plan (4/19/17)
- Cassville man faces 5 felonies (4/19/17)
- Prock assumes duties as new mayor in Purdy (4/19/17)
- Purdy schools seeking to fill administration, teaching slots (4/19/17)
- Spawning spuds in the Ozarks (4/19/17)
- Drug Take Back Day scheduled (4/19/17)
- Residents enjoy traditional Easter buffet with families (4/19/17)
- No rain check needed for Easter egg hunts (4/19/17)
- New Dollar General places sign, prepares for opening (4/19/17)
- Cassville Arrows to bring collegiate baseball to community this summer (4/19/17)
- Cassville Chamber of Commerce welcomes McKay Roofing Services (4/19/17)
- News briefs (4/19/17)
- Governor orders flags to half-staff on Thursday (4/12/17)
- County remembers No. 76 (4/12/17)
- Barry County family raises 12 children in small cabin
- Emergency manager keeping eye on waters in Barry County
- Cassville man faces 5 felonies
- City approves next round of street repairs
- Bob Mitchell: 3 river days
- Purdy schools seeking to fill administration, teaching slots
- New Dollar General places sign, prepares for opening
- Deputy dies in wreck near Washburn
- Purdy mayor calls for 90-day plan
- Spawning spuds in the Ozarks
- Letting his stick do the talkingThe No. 4 hitter in a baseball team’s lineup is often referred to as the cleanup hitter, as it is his job to drive in runners. In high school, the cleanup hitter is often a team’s best all-around batter. They can hit for average, hit for power or simply just put the ball in the field and force the defense to make a play...
Roaring River Opening Day 2017 (3/3/17)
2016 Cassville Christmas Parade (12/7/16)
2016 Veterans Day Programs (11/16/16)
Football: Cassville vs. Monett (10/28/16) (10/28/16)
The Show (10/23/16) (10/24/16)
Football: Cassville vs East Newton in District Playoffs (10/21/16) (10/21/16)
Football: Cassville vs Mt. Vernon (10/14/16) (10/14/16)
Football: Cassville at Aurora (10/07/16) (10/7/16)
Local businesses raise money for CEF matching grant (4/19/17)The Cassville Education Fund is working to raise $5,000 by the end of May to qualify for a matching $5,000 grant. To help them reach that goal, several area businesses joined forces to support them on the first of four Wildcat Wednesdays in April....
Pets of the Week (4/19/17)Meet Draco and Daisy, the Haven of the Ozarks Pets of the Week.
MU Extension to Host Mediterranean-Style eating class (4/19/17)It seems like there is a new diet trend in the United States every two weeks, according to Lindsey Stevenson, nutrition and health education specialist, University of Missouri Extension. "Meanwhile, the nation's surrounding the Mediterranean Sea...
Kornerstone hosts Read from the Start program (4/19/17)Kornerstone’s Teen Parent program was host to a Read from the Start program on Thursday, April 6 at the Shell Knob School in conjunction with Parents As Teachers and Shell Knob Preschool. About 20 parents and grandparents attended to learn about...
Larry E. Warson (4/19/17)Larry E. Warson, 57, of Shell Knob, passed away Tuesday, April 11, 2017, at his home. He was born Feb. 27, 1960, in Goodrich, Mich., the son of Max E. and Betty Mary (Hill) Warson, who preceded him...
Jeffie Martin (4/19/17)Jeffie Martin, 94, of Cassville, died Sunday, April 9, 2017, at Cassville Health Care and Rehabilitation Center. She was born March 2, 1923, the second of three children born to Lloyd Patrick and...
James O. “Joe” Holder (4/19/17)James O. “Joe” Holder, 73, of Cassville, passed away Wednesday, April 12, 2017. He was born Jan. 28, 1944, in Cassville, the only child of Odis and Eve (Oxendine) Holder, who preceded him in death....
William H. “Bill” Cole (4/19/17)William H. “Bill” Cole, 85, of Cassville, passed away Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at Mercy Hospital in Cassville. He was born Aug. 28, 1931, in Exeter, the son of Garr F. and Blanche (Hulett) Cole. ...
Pamela Wilhelm Beisner (4/19/17)Pamela Wilhelm Beisner, 56, of Shell Knob, passed away Monday, April 10, 2017M at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. She was born July 9, 1960, in Black River Falls, Wis., the daughter of David Paul and...
Harlan Lee Warren (4/12/17)Harlan Lee Warren, 59, of Aurora, passed away on Friday, March 31, 2017, in his home. He was born on May 20, 1957, in Sallisaw, Okla., the son of Lawrence and Goldie (Ridenour) Warren. On Feb. 14,...
Garage SalesFIRST TIME garage sale at storage building on Eisenhower. Friday, April 28 7-6 and Saturday, April 29 7-?. New vintage dishes, Hallmark Betsey Clark Collection, nick knacks, clothes, furniture. Down sizing, lots of stuff.
Garage SalesRAIN OR Shine: April 28-29. 2 car garage full collectable's, antiques, bits & spurs, railroad, tools, glassware, several pieces McCoy & other items. North on 13th to Linwood, East on Linwood to 17th, North on 17th to Corner Twin Oaks & 17th in Monett.
Services OfferedGENERAL CONSTRUCTION : Painting, roofing, room additions, carpentry work, vinyl siding, small plumbing & concrete work. 235-6961, 236-5477.
ProduceCRAFTY FARMS: U-pick and already picked strawberries. Available now through mid May or sold out. Call 417-669-6611. Pierce City.