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Stories from Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Event draws record number of entries (05/11/11)
By Lindsay Reed This year's Dogwood Car, Truck and Motorcycle Festival was the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce's largest car show to date, according to Mindi Artherton, chamber executive director. Over 145 car enthusiasts participated in the 25th annual event, which also drew hundreds of spectators to the downtown square in Cassville on Saturday...
RRSP receives Trailblazer Award (05/11/11)
On May 4, Missouri State Parks Director Bill Bryan presented Dusty Reid, Roaring River State Park superintendent, with the Parks 2020 Trailblazer Award. The honor recognizes Reid and Roaring River for exemplary leadership. "This was a very big honor and the entire staff at Roaring River State Park deserves credit for their hard work and ongoing dedication," said Reid. ...
Elderly Eagle Rock couple taken by scammers (05/11/11)
An elderly Eagle Rock couple is out $1,400 after con artists pulled a roofing scam over the weekend. The couple, in their mid- to late-80s, have been having health issues and the husband has been providing care for his wife for several weeks. He was out in his yard trying to take care of the lawn when he was approached by a man and a woman in a black truck that had a ladder on a rack...
Coffeehouse and cafe set to open in Purdy (05/11/11)
Efforts to revitalize Purdy's downtown business district are poised to take another step forward with the opening of the Utopian Bean coffeehouse and cafe at 200 Washington St. on Friday, May 20. Located in a newly refurbished building that is also home to the offices of Project Genesis, the Utopian Bean is a perfect gathering place for those looking for a freshly brewed cup of coffee, an expresso drink or a delicious homemade sandwich...