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Tami

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Oct 17, 2008
 

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I am so glad to be out of the little hell hole called Stoutland. It is full of thieves drugs and parasites.
david

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Dec 17, 2008
 
thats b.s. it was a great place to grow up at and it has the best people that care and love one another
Tami

Ardmore, AL

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Dec 18, 2008
 
how old are you and did you grow up in the dark ages..... the place is hell hole. it is ate up with meth and people robbing each other to get it. open your eyes mannnn
Tami

Ardmore, AL

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#4
Dec 18, 2008
 
you can sell drugs you rkids can sell drugs you can beat your old lady and her kids you can drive a mile down a fence line and get away with anything if you are related to the mayor.
david

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#5
Dec 20, 2008
 
you must be smoking your self if you thing stoutland is the only town in america that has problems granted there is not much to do there as there in dc new york and other cities but it wasnt a bad place try south east d c or east side st louis or hell go to iraq you think stoutland bad trust me nothing worse than war and other areas of the our great country sounds like you need to grow up and open your eyes just like we here in america and get back to basics taking care of the problem and stop blaming every one else
david

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#6
Dec 20, 2008
 
and for one i very you very bitter about stoutland just becareful where you are wouldnt want you to get you ass beat or get hook on meth
curli

Ardmore, AL

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Jan 1, 2009
 
I dont think she was saying stoutland is the only place like that i think she is saying stoutland sucks..... war areas are not much better than stoutland............ why you threaten her about getting her beating her ass you must be from stoutland....i think if shes hooked on meth she would be in stoutland missouri........
david

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Jan 7, 2009
 
curli wrote:
I dont think she was saying stoutland is the only place like that i think she is saying stoutland sucks..... war areas are not much better than stoutland.......... why you threaten her about getting her beating her ass you must be from stoutland....i think if shes hooked on meth she would be in stoutland missouri........
i wasnt threaten her
she and you all must have a rug over your eyes if you can tell me where in america thats there is not drugs or killing going on i would move there in a minute besides the grave yard which we all will get there in do time
jane

Warrensburg, MO

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#9
Jan 19, 2009
 
Apparently no one has noticed the actual town of stoutland lately. Aside from all of the bolonga that is being said, there are many improvments happening there. Have you not noticed the beautiful new duplexes on second street? what about this that i here there is going to be a carwash in the future.Or the new siding that went on the post office building. Looks to me that Mr. Moore (who ever he is) is trying to make this little town a lot better.
jane

Warrensburg, MO

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#10
Jan 19, 2009
 
I saw that the old doc poole house has been removed. that is sad however from the condition i think it was necessary. The improvements ar wonderful. Looks like there are some new business' in town too. The town needs all it can get. I wish who ever owns the corner there at hwy t and H will clean it up nice like Mr. Moore. Maybe a few of the people there should follow his lead and help improve the town.
david

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Jan 20, 2009
 

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I have been away for a long time and plan on coming home this year if all works out as i said change is good and people are scared of change
im glad to here that it is happen there it wasnt a bad growing up there and I dont think it is bad as everyone above says it is tami that is i sure it has issues but what place dont these days hopefully with our new president things will get better God willing and the creek dont riase
jane

Warrensburg, MO

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#12
Jan 20, 2009
 
i hope you are welcomed by the town when you get there. it would seem that there is alot of new to experience. I understand that there are some new stores in town. I am sure that the older population is not happy with the new growth. As far as I see it the new is for the future - the kids. I would be proud to send my kids to school there.
david

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#13
Jan 21, 2009
 
Im sure the older folks dont like change and the younger ones cant wait for change so hopefully they can meet in the middle it was a great small town to grow up in and if you can teach your kids right form wrong they well grow up fine where ever they go to school i to would be proud to have my son go to school there
kim

Ardmore, AL

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#14
Feb 5, 2009
 
Its hard to teach you rchildren right and wrong when all they will see around them is deteriation, curruption. greed and ignorance
Bret

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#15
Feb 10, 2009
 
I hope the improvements you speak of really happen and that the area does "clean up".
I went K-12 there, graduated in 85 and at the time it was a good school. Of course I didn't realize how good it was until I left and met people form other schools and saw how they were lacking in some basic skills. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure there were better but it was pretty good. Sounds like it went down hill and may be way below average now.
The people then did seem to care about others and would do anything to help someone out or at least any I ever knew or came in contact with.
Does anyone have some pictures of the "improvements" that have happened or know of a web site with them?
jane

Warrensburg, MO

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#16
Feb 13, 2009
 
stoutlandnews.com is where you use to be able to see the pictures and get the up to date. I don't know if it is still up and going. Reality executives web site has some pictures of the buildings that are forsale. They look good!
Jeane

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#17
Feb 18, 2009
 
Well Stoutland is really changing! Hopefully there will be more in the future. We just recently opened a small grocery store. Hopefully in the future we are planning on expanding in the quiet litle town of Stoutland. Everyone here is really nice and friendly. People wave when they go by. We really like it here.
Mr. Moore and others like us have plans to see Stoutland become a really great place to live and raise your family.
Donna Jo

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#18
Feb 19, 2009
 
I think if anyone has listened to the news in the last six months they have heard talk of change. In our little community of Stoutland we are lucky enough to have a few (Mr. Moore in particular) who have done more than talk. They have taken their time and their hard earned money and invested into our future. Stoutland is growing and that is vitally important, we are not on a road to nowhere. We are a community of friends, family and neighbors who wish for a great future for our children and our grandchildren. Stoutland School has a new Superintendent, Mr. Cooley who is doing the best he can to create a better learning environment for our children. We are preparing for an election for School Board members and we are preparing for an election of Council members. If there is a need for change then it will be reflected in both elections. Every community has “issues”, if there are people living and breathing there are issues that need to be addressed. I am thankful for our local Sheriff Department who cruises through and helps out in our community in any way they can. As far as moving into this community and this school district I would welcome anyone to come, I personally think it is a great community and I cherish each and everyone in it.
jane

Oak Grove, MO

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#19
Feb 23, 2009
 
It is good to see that you all have some supporters in your town. I heard about the Sheriff's support (I understand that the newly elected is a local - good for you all). We are not from stoutland but have friends down there. We are considering moving to the area if jobs are available for my husband and I. I would be enrolling my two children in the school also. We have watched the changes over the last several years and are pleased with the town. I hope that the new businesses thrive and grow. Good Luck to the town and hope to see you soon.
david

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Feb 24, 2009
 
its amazing to see everybody talk about the little old stoutland hopeful change is comming the big boys in dc keep saying it hopefulling it will take route and go head and happen

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