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Stories from Thursday, October 27, 2005

Flu shots now available on walk-in basis (10/27/05)
The Barry County Health Department began administering flu immunizations to all walk-in customers, regardless of risk factor, on Oct. 24. Over the last three weeks, since flu vaccinations began to be administered to high risk individuals, 1,200 immunizat-ions have been given. Around 175 vaccinations were given on Oct. 24...
Freedom Bank to open new branch (10/27/05)
Officials with Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri, based in Cassville, announced plans this week to open a new branch facility in Seligman. The locally owned and managed bank received approval for the new branch from the FDIC and Missouri Division of Finance...
Hospital receives JCAHO approval (10/27/05)
This week, St. John's Hospital-Cassville announced a huge achievement for the local medical facility. According to Gary W. Jordan, hospital president, St. John's-Cassville has achieved accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for demonstrating compliance with national standards for healthcare quality and safety...
Cassville runners do well at Big 8 meet (10/27/05)
The Cassville Ladycat cross country team finished in second place at the Big 8 Conference cross country meet in Monett last Thursday. Courtney Beagle placed fifth at the meet with a time of 21:51. By finishing in the top seven at the meet, Beagle earned first team All-Big 8 honors...
Wildcats overpower Monett in 35-6 victory (10/27/05)
This past Friday was a game to watch. It pitted conference rivals, Monett (6-2/4-1) against Cassville. Monett's first drive was a quick one as they went three and out, punting the ball away. Cassville's first play from scrimmage was a good one as junior Tim Orrell connected with junior Jared Bouzek for a touchdown pass, but it was brought back to the Monett 15-yard line due to a penalty...
TAMMY NICKLE (10/27/05)
Tammy Nickle, 36, of Jenkins, passed away Friday, Oct. 21, 2005, in an automobile accident South of Cassville. She was preceded in death by a half brother, John Ayres. FOHN FUNERAL HOME Cassville, Missouri 417-847-2141...
ARCHIE IRVIN MCNELLY (10/27/05)
Archie Irvin McNelly, 83, of Washburn, died Oct. 21, 2005, at the Veterans Hospital in Fayetteville, Ark. He was born Dec. 29, 1921, in Bentonville, Ark., the son of Frank and Ruth (Ratcliff) McNelly. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a farmer...
MICHAEL V. MCCLOUD (10/27/05)
Michael V. McCloud, 56, of Rocky Comfort, passed away Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, at St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin. He was born Jan. 1, 1949, in Kansas City to Charles and Ann (Vaughan) McCloud. He came to this area from the Kansas City area four years ago after traveling for 20 years. ...
REX HORNER (10/27/05)
Rex Wayne Horner, 49, of Bella Vista, Ark., died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, at Northwest Medical Center of Benton County, in Bentonville, Ark. He was born Oct. 27, 1995, in Cassville, the son of Fredalene Cooper Horner and Wayne R. Horner. He was a graduate of Cassville High School. He also was a graduate of Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, obtaining a bachelor's degree in fine arts...
CLAUDE E. HAYNES (10/27/05)
Claude E. Haynes, 72, Fairview, died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005, at St. John's Hospital in Joplin, following a sudden illness...
Exeter sends thanks to county officials (10/27/05)
Dear Editor: As most of you know, the City of Exeter experienced a potentially harmful situation recently. Over 250,000 pounds of rotting meat was left at Eski-MO Packing for about a month. What you may not know is that without the help of our county officials the rotting meat would probably still be there...
Local woman reaches out for more help (10/27/05)
Dear Editor: Do we ever really look at things with our minds truly open, so that we get the big picture? I know we often look and wonder. I know when something major happens everybody wants to do the right thing and help. I myself sent clothes and whatever I could do to help (the hurricane victims). My heart broke, and I cried...