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Stories from Thursday, April 16, 2009

Revamped raceway opens for season (04/16/09)
Go-kart racing gains in popularity at Butterfield venue
A high-flying pastime (04/16/09)
Cassville man dons parachute to capture his airplane photos
Local stories found only in our April 15, 2009 print edition (04/16/09)
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Wildcats post big 16-3 win over Galena (04/16/09)
While last week's rainy weather brought many disappointments for eager Wildcat athletes with several cancellations, the Cassville baseball team was nonetheless able to make it to Galena's diamond for another non-conference challenge. In typical Wildcat fashion, the Cassville boys struck early and hard, putting three runs up on the board the first inning, which was only a prelude to disaster for the Bears who gave up eight runs in the second inning...
Eagle Rock campground offers cozy accommodations (04/16/09)
Couple follows passion for camping and purchases local hide-away spot
FLOYD W. WILBANKS (04/16/09)
Floyd W. Wilbanks, 81, of Monett, passed away on April 8, 2009, at his home. He was born on Aug. 13, 1927, in Stover, son of Willard Floyd and Mary (Campbell) Wilbanks. After graduating from Seligman School in 1945, he joined the United States Army and served in the Occupational Forces in Germany for two and a half years. ...
An issue we can't afford to ignore (04/16/09)
April is Alcohol Awareness Month and this week, Cassville Community 2000 Coalition sponsored a town hall meeting to discuss teenage alcohol and drug abuse. This is the second year in a row that the Coalition has sponsored a town hall meeting on this subject, and we are glad this local organization has taken the lead in keeping this issue out in front of the public eye. ...