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Stories from Thursday, September 30, 2010

Royalty crowned (09/30/10)
Both senior candidates, Trenton Tanner and Emily Pry, were crowned as the 2010 Cassville High School homecoming king and queen during festivities last Friday. Emily is the daughter of Mark and Regina Pry, of Cassville, and Trent is the son of Dale Tanner, of Cassville, and Rhonda Curtis, of Cassville...
New 911 director is named (09/30/10)
The Barry County 911 Board has selected Mike Phillips as the new administrator for the county-wide 911 system. He replaces Pat Leighter who resigned last month. Phillips has been with Barry County 911 since 2006 as the GIS mapping coordinator. "Mike has the right background and experience to lead Barry County 911," said Jon Horner, president of the local 911 board...
Cassville's DREAM comes true (09/30/10)
It's official. Cassville has been selected to participate in the 2010 DREAM Initiative program. Participation in the three-year grant program will allow the city to jump start efforts to revitalize Cassville's historic downtown. "I'm ecstatic," said Cassville Mayor Tracy Holle. "We can now take our little town and restore our historic heritage. It's going to provide for a revitalization of our downtown and our Main Street and our whole city."...
St. John's breaks ground on addition (09/30/10)
St. John's Hospital-Cassville broke ground Tuesday on a 10,000-square-foot addition that will create a new medical office building. "This project represents a significant commitment by St. John's to the patients, physicians and co-workers," said Doug Stroemel, St. John's Hospital West Region president at the groundbreaking ceremony...
State park honors CCC legacy (09/30/10)
New monument is unveiled at Roaring River State Park
'Cats mark homecoming with shutout (09/30/10)
The Cassville Wildcats reached 5-0 with their 49-0 whipping of Mt. Vernon on Friday night. Trenton Tanner may have been the homecoming king, but Kyle Brattin was the master of ceremonies, scoring three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to their second Big 8 Conference victory...
Ladycats go 3-2 in competitive tourney (09/30/10)
In a very competitive 24-team tournament in Springfield, the Ladycats of Cassville finished in seventh place by defeating host Hillcrest 8-7. The Springfield Tournament was a competitive event Coach Ben Abramovitz has been looking forward to playing in ever since preseason began. The tournament gave the Ladycats a chance to face new, highly competitive opponents in advance of district play...
Wildcat strikers win big over CJ (09/30/10)
The Cassville Wildcat soccer team had a break-out week, picking up a pair of wins against district opponents. "This was a very intense game with both teams having many chances to score," said Coach Brian Wilbanks. Sam Munday earned the shutout in goal...
KENNETH ROBBINS (09/30/10)
Kenneth Robbins, 63, of Cassville, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010, at Cox-South Hospital in Springfield. A complete obituary will appear in next week's paper. Arrangements are pending under the direction of Fohn Funeral Home, Cassville Visit www.fohnfuneralhome.com for online obituaries, guestbook and...