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Historically the Ozarks has not been widely recognized as a literary area, but change is afoot. more
The picture-perfect 30-something couple with two gorgeous blond girl toddlers found themselves joking with their doctor. “Do you give a friend and family discount?” more
What’s a relationship deal-breaker for you? more
During November and December 2022, the Skyline Middle School FBLA members sponsored a Socks for Seniors community service project. Their goal was to collect socks for the Hermitage Nursing and Rehab Center, which had 79 residents. more
Mary Sullivan eats dessert first — indicative of a fun-loving soul. more
For residents of the Fair Grove Fire Protection District, they have an opportunity to vote on a bond issue in the April 4 election. more
Net Vision Communications announced it will bring high-speed fiber Internet to Dallas and Hickory counties. more
Missouri’s growing population of black vultures has led to increasing attacks on vulnerable livestock. Black vultures often inflict damage to the eyes and tongues of young livestock, kill and feed on domestic fowl and scar animals that survive. more
Peter Cottontail’s Egg Angels are busy planning the Buffalo Easter Egg Hunt. When planning holiday activities, mark the calendar for 9 a.m. April 1 at the Dallas County Community Park soccer fields. more
Bison Infused cannabis lab runs two shifts at its southern Dallas County location. The business employs about 25 workers who live or work in a 30-mile radius, bringing jobs to Dallas County. These workers either have a personal success story or have seen friends and family use medical cannabis to improve their quality of life. more
Inflation reached nearly 9 percent at one point during 2022, although it recently dropped to below 7 percent, but it’s been much worse for the agriculture industry in Dallas County and across the nation. The three F’s — fuel, fertilizer and feed — all took major hits during the past year with chemical costs rising 24 percent and fuel increasing 44 percent. more
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