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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Trail of Treats set for Halloween Night

Roaring river Health and Rehab will host its annual Trail of Treats event at the facility from 3:30-5:30 p.m. The facility is asking for candy donations. Anyone able to help may drop off candy at the facility, located at 812 Old Exeter Road in Cassville, any time between now and Oct. 31.

Voter registration deadline, absentee voting dates set

The last day to register to vote is today for those who are not current registered voters of Barry County and who wish to vote in the Nov. 5, 2019, Special Election. People may register to vote at the County Clerk’s Office; the Monett Chamber of Commerce; or the Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce. People must notify the County Clerk’s Office if they have moved and have not updated their address or had a name change. Absentee voting is underway at the Barry County Clerk’s Office in Cassville and continues through Nov. 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If unable to vote in person, a voter may send a written request to the office of: Jill H. LeCompte, 700 Main St. Suite 2, Cassville, MO 65625 or fax to 417-847-5311. The Office will need: name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth, last four digits of Social Security number, phone number, reason for voting absentee and signature. Anyone living in the Shell Knob or Monett area may go by the Shell Knob Chamber or Monett Chamber Office and fill out the absentee application. They will fax it to the Barry County Clerk’s Office. For more information, people may call the Barry County Clerk’s Office at 417-847-2561, or email jhlecompte@barrycountyclerk.com.

Fall Train Ride set for Saturday, Sunday

The Seligman Chamber of Commerce and Arkansas-Missouri Railroad will sponsor the Fall Train Ride to Van Buren, Ark., on Saturday and Sunday. This is an all-day trip, with the train departing at 7:30 a.m. and returning at about 6:45 p.m. The ride coincides with the Arts and Crafts Show Week in Van Buren. Riders will board at the community building next to Seligman City Hall. They may get their own lunch in Van Buren, as there will be food vendors on the street. Riders will have a three-hour break in between the arrival and departure in Van Buren. The train depot is on the street where all activities are located. The train will go through a 1/4-mile tunnel, cross three high trestles, cross 18 rivers or streams and travel through the boot heel of the Boston Mountains. For more information, people may call 417-662-3612, or to make a reservation, people may call 1-800-687-8600.

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