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Douglas County Herald
Looking Backward 4.3.2014
Next Tuesday voters in the Ava R-1 School District will decide the fate of a levy increase that would allow the school to build a new cafeteria to serve the some 950 students of grades five through 12. Not all hospital activities are dreary for Inez Clinkingbeard.
City Utilities leader calls for another gas pipeline to city
Toward the end of the inaugural meeting of the News-Leader Economic Forum -- one discussing talent attraction, wages and the area's poverty rate, among other things -- City Utilities General Manager Scott Miller went to the front of the room and pitched something he feels could solve many of those problems.
Missouri Family Honored For Historic Herd
MISSOURI FAMILY HONORED FOR HISTORIC HERD Dec. 24, 2013 Source: American Angus Association news release The Historic Angus Herd Award is presented to Angus breeders or immediate families who have been in continuous production of registered Angus cattle for 50 years or more.
Academic Awards & Achievers
The purpose of this project is to better understand more about the biology, genetics and epidemics of the newly discovered virus and develop an effective management scheme of reducing the virus-incurred losses.
Daily Record 11-15-13
CIRCUITa SCOURT Circuit Division Judge Jack Peace Jonathan L. Davis, 30, 1001 Custer St., was sentenced to serve six years in the Department of Corrections on each of two charges of second degree burglary, with the sentences to run concurrently with each other and with a Mercer County sentence.