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Gov. Mike Parson recently announced an end to the COVID-19 crisis in Missouri and that the state is shifting to an endemic phase of the pandemic. A whole-of-government COVID-19 emergency response was … more
Submitted by the Dallas County Historical SocietyMitch and Kerrie Hale, Hughes and Hale Holdings, and the Nicholas and Ashleigh Hale families recently donated a day of giving and heavy lifting to the … more
The Dallas County R-1 Alumni Association hosted the 2022 Miss Dallas County pageants this past weekend, and the winners were announced during the ceremonies.Jorja Harrison was crowned Miss Dallas … more
Valentine’s Day is the main event of affection for humans in mid-February, but that time of year is also when striped skunk courtship begins. One of the annual telltale signs of this is that … more
With their white blooms, Callery pear trees are most obvious in spring. This highly invasive tree threatens native wildlife and causes difficulties for private and public landowners. Homeowners are … more
Skyline Middle Level FBLA members Rhiannon Smith, Jenna Hunt, Makenna Shockley and Janelle Long attended the 2022 Middle Level State Leadership Conference on March 23 in Jefferson City.About 225 … more
Students from Skyline High School attended the 2022 Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, March 20-22 at Tan-Tar-A Conference Center in Osage … more
Polk County Route AB will be closed during daytime hours March 30-31 southeast of Pleasant Hope for pipe work.The closure will be 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, and Thursday, March 31, on Polk … more
Shape Up is a free eight-week physical activity, lifestyle and weight-loss accountability campaign. The campaign will begin Friday, April 1, and end Friday, May 27.To enter an optional weight-loss, … more
Planning and Zoning met earlier in March to discuss the preliminary plat approval for the Springs Hills Estates 6th Addition. All parties had the opportunity for input and now have full approval of … more
People can have a thriving lawn without hiring an expensive service.“Managing your lawn doesn’t have to be complicated,” says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Justin … more
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