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Art of giving present at Santa's Workshop

Published Dec. 9 2016

The sight in one transformed Eugene Elementary classroom this week is any child's dream.

Appeal rejected in 13-year-old's murder

Published Dec. 8 2016

The Laclede County Circuit Court has denied Steven N. Henderson's petition to set aside his guilty plea and conviction for...

Two holiday celebrations in Miller County

Published Dec. 8 2016

Two Miller County communities will celebrate the holiday season Saturday with parades, visits with Santa and an assortment of Christmas...

Holiday spirit comes alive at Christmas on the Square

Published Dec. 5 2016

An annual holiday tradition returned to downtown Versailles Saturday with Christmas on the Square.

Versailles Christmas event moves to daytime

Published Dec. 1 2016

An annual holiday tradition returns to downtown Versailles Saturday with Christmas on the Square.

Belle will be first town to complete rail-trail construction

Published Dec. 1 2016

The community of Belle will be the first to have a stretch of the Rock Island Line right-of-way converted to...

Tuscumbia robotics team reaches state competition in first year

Published Nov. 30 2016

The Tuscumbia T-Town Lions Robotics Team 25915 listened as announcers winded down giving awards for various central and southern Missouri...

Smith pleads guilty in abandoned corpse case

Published Nov. 29 2016

David W. Smith pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and abandonment of a corpse in the shooting of Shawn E. Spencer...

Famous people fill Eugene Elementary during Living Museum

Published Nov. 26 2016

Eugene sixth-grade student Leah Moore has aspirations to become a marine biologist.

More than $70,000 raised for playground expansion

Published Nov. 26 2016

The playground at St. Elizabeth R-4 School District is for more than the students. It is for the entire community.

Author to offer productivity advice at Tuscumbia event

Published Nov. 19 2016

Community members who want to learn how to be more productive are invited to a free event featuring Missouri author...

St. Elizabeth students learn positivity with themed events during Anti-Bullying Week

Published Nov. 18 2016

Students participated in themed days, attended assemblies and spread positivity through social media during St. Elizabeth R-4 School District's Anti-Bully...

Raise money for Tuscumbia schools at Holiday Craft Bazaar

Published Nov. 18 2016

Miller County R-3 School District PTO members invite the community to its third annual craft bazaar from 9 a.m.-3 p.m....

Fisher facing felony assault charge from 2009 incident

Published Nov. 18 2016

Aaron Michael Fisher is now facing a felony assault charge from a sodomy incident of a 5-month girl in 2009....

First Eldon High School musical in years debuts at new Performing Arts Center

Published Nov. 10 2016

Tonight is more than the opening show for the annual Eldon Drama Club's fall production. It is a night of...

Miller County sees 69 percent voter turnout

Published Nov. 9 2016

An estimated 69 percent of registered voters in Miller County made their choices for presidential, federal, state and local seats...

Eugene REAPs grant rewards

Published Nov. 8 2016

Nearly $25,000 in grant money is helping the Cole County R-5 School District implement a curriculum redesign, grow its Chromebook...

Lake area study addresses housing needs

Published Nov. 6 2016

Workforce housing was identified as in high demand in the Lake of the Ozarks Regional Economic Development Council's (LOREDC) now-completed...

Input requested on Osage Beach west side improvements

Published Nov. 5 2016

Interested community members are encouraged to attend the first public meeting for a study to improve Osage Beach Parkway West...

Two vie for Morgan County assessor's office

Published Oct. 30 2016

Two candidates are seeking the position of Morgan County assessor on the Nov. 8 ballot.