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Stories from Thursday, June 8, 2006

County traffic stop data compiled by state (06/08/06)
Majority of drivers stopped by county cops are white; Hispanic drivers are more often searched By Lisa Schlichtman The latest round of traffic stop data has been compiled by the Missouri Attorney General's Office, and all law enforcement agencies in Barry County have complied with state law by submitting data for the 2005 Racial Profiling Report that was released on May 31...
HIS Children's Camp hosts Barry County kids (06/08/06)
The 41st annual Barry County Youth Camp was held at HIS Children's Camp in Ridgley from May 30 through June 2. Around 85 campers, 20 camp counselors and several staff members swarmed HIS Children's Camp to enjoy a fun-filled and educational week of camp...
New Barry County museum on horizon (06/08/06)
The initial planning phase for Barry County's first historical museum, which will be located on Old Sale Barn Road, is now underway. "The primary purpose of the Barry County Museum is to collect, care for, exhibit, interpret and demonstrate objects that will serve to illustrate the past, present and future of Barry County," said Cheryl Williams, who will serve as the Barry County Museum director...
CHS to offer physicals June 12 (06/08/06)
Cassville High School Athletic Director Terry Jamieson has announced that sports physicals will be offered on June 12 at the Cassville High School gymnasium. The physicals will cost $10 per person and are available to Cassville high school and middle school students as well as students from Shell Knob and Exeter...
Cassville Night at the Ballpark (06/08/06)
The Springfield Cardinals have designated Sunday, June 18 as Cassville Community Night. Game time at Hammons Field will be 2:10 p.m. as the Cardinals take on the Tulsa Drillers. Gates will open at 1:10 p.m. In honor of Cassville Night, members of the Cassville Little League will be recognized in a pre-game ceremony. A representative from Cassville will also have the honor of throwing out the first pitch and a musical group from Cassville will perform the National Anthem...
RONALD DEAN HOSHAW (06/08/06)
Ronald Dean Hoshaw, 72, of Shell Knob, passed away Saturday, May 27, 2006, in an auto accident. He was born Sept. 15, 1933, in Stratford, Iowa, the son of Harvey and Pearl (Neece) Hoshaw. On Nov. 27, 1955, in Webster City, Iowa, he was united in marriage to Joyce Darlene Wagner who preceded him in death on Oct. 6, 2000, after 44 years of marriage. He was also preceded in death by his parents and one sister...
KRISTY ROWLAND MISKOVSKY (06/08/06)
Kristy Rowland Miskovsky, 54, of Oklahoma City, Okla., died of complications from rheumatoid arthritis on May 17, 2006. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, June 10 at 4:00 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church in Springfield, Missouri. Kristy was born to Glenn and Marian Rowland on December 26, 1951, in Lamar, Missouri; and raised in Lamar and Mountain Home, Ark...
Boredom busters (06/08/06)
As the summer takes off, a common dilemma is faced by most parents. Usually a youngster doesn't have to spend more than a week at home before they make that all too familiar statement: "There's nothing to do. I'm bored." With eight and half weeks still to go, I'd like to offer you some suggestions for summer fun. ...
Three cheers for Jeremy Gracy (06/08/06)
Congratulations to Jeremy for this accomplishment! He is one of three CHS graduates to have successfully navigated this unique undergraduate challenge. Jeremy and his classmates survived Air Force cadet life during some trying times for the Academy; his last four years have not been a picnic. But, he now joins the ranks of the best Air Force in the history of the planet, and we are proud of him and our Air Force...