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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Cassville High School to continue blended learning

Cassville High School students will remain on the blended learning schedule through the remainder of the first semester, which ends on Dec. 22. In addition, the following schedule changes for high school students will occur: Nov. 23 will be a Black in-person attendance day (not a virtual day), and Nov. 24 will be a Gold in-person attendance day (like normal).

County’s tax statements mailed

Barry County Collector Skyler Bowman announced this week that the 2020 Tax Statements were mailed to Barry County taxpayers on Monday. People that do not receive their statements by Nov. 15 should call the Collector’s Office at 417-847-2113 to inquire about them. The 2020 taxes become delinquent on Jan. 1, 2021. Payment can be made in person at the collector’s office with cash, check, debit or credit card. When paying with a debit or credit card, the provider of this service will be charging a fee. Also, payment can be made online at barrycountycollector.com, and a fee will be applied when paying in this manner.

DAR to celebrate Veterans Day

The Alexander McNair Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will meet on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at First United Methodist Church in Monett. The group will be hearing from a female veteran from WWII who is turning 101 in January. The group will also be making hand-made Christmas cards for veterans at the Mount Vernon Veterans Home. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun. Anyone wondering about joining DAR is encouraged to attend. For more information, people may call 231-343-2727.

Seligman dances continue

The Seligman Chamber of Commerce dances at the Seligman Chamber Event Center will continue every Saturday at 7 p.m. Everyone is also asked to bring a snack to share. For more information, people may call 417-662-3612.

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