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Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016


Kornerstone 5K event raises $2,300 for teen program (10/19/16)
Kornerstone, Inc., a Shell-Knob based advocacy organization for pregnant and parenting teens, reported that its third annual Kornerstone Kares for Kids 5K Run/Walk was a huge success, raising over $2,300 for its program, which serving teens in Barry County...
Oberly named administrator (10/19/16)
Shell Knob native Rebecca Oberly recently took over the helm as new administrator for Central Crossing Senior Center in Shell Knob.
Cassville Band marches to hardware (10/19/16)
Cassville High School has added another feather in its cap this fall. In festivals over the past two months, the Cassville Wildcats Marching Band tallied a first-place win and a second-place win, as well as awards for outstanding music, outstanding color guard and outstanding visual effect. The band also earned spots in finals competitions twice...
Cassville High School gets grant for business, ag (10/19/16)
The Cassville High School (CHS) business and agriculture departments were awarded the Career Technical Education Enhancement Grant.
Cassville FFA students compete in livestock show, rodeo (10/19/16)
Five Cassville High School FFA students and one middle school student recently competed in the American Royal Livestock Show and Rodeo Calf Scramble Program.
Cassville announces 2016-2017 student council (10/19/16)
Cassville High School announced its 2016-2017 student council members.
Cassville native selected for Harding University marching band and university chorus (10/19/16)
Cassville native Parker Skinner has been selected for the 2016-17 Harding University Thundering Herd marching band and University Chorus. The university is located in Searcy, Ark. Skinner plays the alto saxophone in the marching band, which performs at all home football games and selected fall exhibitions and parades, and consists of instrumentalists including woodwind players, brass players and percussionists from all majors. ...
Purdy MSU students named to summer dean's list (10/19/16)
Alexandar A. Alvarado and Ramon I. Barrientos, both of Purdy, were named to Missouri State University's summer 2016 dean's list. For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least six credit hours during the summer semester, and at least a 3.50 grade point average on a 4.0 scale...
Students of the Month (10/19/16)
Eunice Thomas Elementary announced its September students of the month.
Cassville primary students awarded Best Attendance (10/19/16)
Eunice Thomas Elementary presents a 'Best Attendance' trophy each month per class and grade level.
Pet of the Week (10/19/16)
Annie Oakley is the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week.
Barry County Court News (10/19/16)
Jay Daniel Henson, Purdy, failure to wear seat belt, $10 fine Steven Pickett, Neosho, speeding, $80.50 fine Michael Scott Adams, Aurora, no insurance, displayed motor vehicle plates of another person, $161 fine Michael Scott Adams, Aurora, no insurance, operate vehicle without a valid license, $111 fine...
Senior Center welcomes cook, bids farewell to administrator (10/12/16)
Central Crossing Senior Center Center Chief Operating Officer/Chief Executive Officer Jerry Arnold welcomes new head cook, Taffie Adams. Adams hails from the Branson area where she served as the head cook at their senior center before deciding to bring her culinary skills to the Shell Knob center...
Pet of the Week (10/12/16)
Meet Amana, the Haven of the Ozarks pet of the week.
Cassville Municipal Court (10/12/16)
Steven Eric Walker, Aurora, no insurance, $150.50 Tanner S. Williams, Cassville, disorderly conduct, fail to register vehicle, $500 Jessie Clyde Wilson, Cassville, animal cruelty, $150 David William Cape, fail to register vehicle, $50 Jordyn Marie Delossantos, Cassville, fail to register vehicle, $50.50...
Local retired teachers attend state conference (10/05/16)
Representing Barry and McDonald Counties at the MRTA annual meeting in Jefferson City were Vicki Orr and Mary Mael, Monett; Barbara Burnett, Rocky Comfort; and, standing, Ruby Vincent, Jenkins.
Commerce Bank gives $250 to L.U.C. Boys Ranch (10/05/16)
Commerce Bank and Commerce Bancshares Foundation donated $250 to the Lives Under Construction Boys Ranch.
CASK to host world renowned sculpture artist Oct. 13-14 (10/05/16)
This month, world-renowned sculpture artist Lew Aytes, is offering a sculpture workshop at CASK (Creative Arts of Shell Knob) Oct. 13-14. The two-day workshop runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, and is open to anyone interested in learning or advancing their skills in three-dimensional art, from beginners to advanced artists of any medium. The workshop is limited to eight participants, so please contact Aytes at 831-278-6641 to reserve a spot, or sign up at the gallery...
Pet of the Week (10/05/16)
For the Haven of the Ozarks pet of the week, the Haven is doing something a little different -- reintroducing Flicka.
CMS patterns American pioneers by offering innovative courses for future (09/28/16)
In the spirit of the 19th Century, when westward expansion began after Thomas Jefferson orchestrated the Louisiana Purchase to improve the nation's health, Cassville Middle School started the school year following in the footsteps of the earliest American pioneers by offering several innovative courses to keep the school moving forward--and staying healthy. ...
Pickleball comes to Central Crossing Senior Center (09/28/16)
The Central Crossing Senior Center announced it has created a Pickleball court to introduce members to the sport. An organizational and informational meeting was held Sept. 26 to discuss plans and scheduling for the court. The center said Pickleball is a sport for all ages, which does not require a lot of moving around nor much skill, and is a good way to get exercise and meet people. ...
Commerce gives $100 to the E.R.C.A. (09/28/16)
Commerce Bank and Commerce Bancshares Foundation recently donated $100 to the Eagle Rock Community Association.
Pet of the Week (09/28/16)
Meet Captain, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week.
Industrial Tech Department gets grant (09/21/16)
The Cassville High School Industrial Technology department, led by Instructor Marcus Reynolds, was recently awarded $5,191 through the Ted Gap grant.
Cassville Project Graduation sets up at Shakin' in the Shell (09/21/16)
Cassville High School's Project Graduation set up a booth at Shakin' in the Shell at Chamber Park in Shell Knob on Saturday.