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Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
Bob Mitchell: Attractions of days past in Cassville (09/10/14)
Years ago there were a couple of businesses in Cassville that were of particular interest to visitors that always amused the locals. They both presented an opportunity for big city youngsters to visit the town's square by themselves, and browse up and down the aisles of the two businesses...
Kyle Troutman: A change of pace in Cassville (09/03/14)
When I first moved to Cassville, I wasn't sure what to expect. The oldest of six children in my family and always surrounded by close friends, moving four hours away from all that was a challenge. I was getting out of Arkansas, but I was doing it alone...
Bob Mitchell: Dog days of summers past (09/03/14)
Triple-digit temperatures experienced recently are nothing new in this area. They can easily be around for several days during the dog days of summer. Today's answer to these sweltering times is obviously air conditioning, as far as residences or businesses are concerned. Replacing such cooling sources of the past such as fans and water coolers, modern answers to hot weather has also included water parks which are a far cry of the swimming facilities of the past...
Bob Mitchell: A good, busy week with the great-grands (08/05/14)
This past week has been an experience of a lifetime for the Mitchell house in Chinquapin Woods, as the Grebenik family from Colorado Springs arrived for a weeklong visit. This was the first time for the six-member group to be with us here in the Ozarks. If you don't think this was an experience of a lifetime, perhaps you should try it sometime...
Jacob Brower: Recognize those who make our community a great place to live (08/05/14)
The nature of the news business is that bad news often takes precedent. After all, things happening the way they're supposed to happen makes for boring headlines, and failure to serve as the public's watchdog would be negligent. But that doesn't mean that we shouldn't take time to smell the roses and focus on the things that make our community great...