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This page last updated 02/15/17

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Free Tech Classes

The Winona R-III School District along with the 21st CCLC will be offering Free technology classes every Monday and Wednesday, 4-6 PM throughout the 2016-17 school year. Call (573) 325-8101 ext. 324 to pre-register.


Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts is back in Summersville and selling cookies. If interested in joining call (417) 252-9010 or (417) 247-9174.


Youth Art Display

The Salem Area Arts Council is sponsoring "Art Across the Ages" from Mar. 6 through Apr. 21, at the Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center (ONCRC) in Salem to celebrate Youth Art Month. Artists can make arrangements to drop off their artwork or more information by calling (573) 247-0279.

 





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RIVALRY REVIVAL

The long standing rivalry between Eminence and Winona was renewed on Feb. 8 as the Redwings and Wildcats played a regular season game that was canceled earlier due to weather. EHS trumped WHS with an 80-55 victory on the Wildcat's  home court. Taking it to the hoop are : Winona's Stoney Redman (top left) and Aaron Walker (far right: Eminence's Ethan Drake (top right) and Wade Dyer (right). Both teams play this Saturday in their respective District Tournaments, with  Eminence at Viburnum and Winona at Van Buren. (Current Wave Photos by Roger Dillon)

ALL - STATE ACADEMIC VOLLEYBALL NAMED

Congratulations to the area student/athletes named to the 2016 Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association All Academic Team. To make the Missouri State All Academic team, students must have a 3.6 cumulative Grade Point Average and have played in at least 75 percent of their school's varsity games...


DISTRICTS START SATURDAY

The Missouri State High School Activities Association District Basketball Tournaments
get underway this Saturday, Feb 18
In the Class I District 3 Boys Tournament at Viburnum, seedings and respective records are : South Iron (16-6); #2 Eminence (11-8); #3 Bunker (11-10) #4 Valley(Caledonia) (6-9); #5 Viburnum (6-13);#6 Lesterville (4-14);#7 St. Paul Luthern (Farmington) (-16); #8 Summersville (0-17)....
 

6 LOCALS FACING FELONY CHARGES

Six Shannon County residents are facing charges in Shannon County Associate Circuit Court cases filed last week by Prosecutor Jodie Brumble
Jennifer Michelle Harris, 35, and Lamont Andre Brown, 44 both of Route 2 Box 2313 Birch Tree are charged  with motor vehicle tampering and Harris is also charged with second-degree burglary....

 

NWTF BANQUET SERVES UP SCHOLARSHIP, RIFLE , AUCTION

 From Current River Callers NWTF Chapter
President Troy McAfee of the National Wild Turkey Federation Current River Callers and Jacks Fork JAKES organization, presenting Mattison Crider with the club's 500 scholarship. The NWTF superfund provides $250 and the local organization adds another $250 to give a $500 scholarship to a deserving local senior applicant...

 


 


MOST SEWAGE SYSTEMS NEED PERMITS

By Ron Gaston
Shannon County Health Center
More than 50%of the homes in Texas and Shannon Counties are using private onsite sewage systems. These systems are intended
 to provide treatment/disposal of wastewater generated on your property The two most common designs are septic tank/laterals and lagoons. Factors that influence proper functioning of these systems include site and soil conditions design, load installation maintenance and operation....

FREE TAI CHI COURSE FOR BEGINNERS

The key to good health is to keep moving. That's why Mercy St. Francis Hospital is once again hosting a series  of Tai Chi courses for beginners
The free six-week "Tai Chi for Health" course will be held every Monday and Wednesday, beginning March 6. Community members are invited to take part from 6 to 7 pm at the Mountain View Public Library, located at 124 Oak St. in Mountain View, MO...

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Area Soccer Sign-Ups

The Mtn. View Soccer Association is accepting sign-ups for the spring soccer season for boys or girls, ages from 4 to 13 at the Mtn. View Family Youth Center. Deadline is Mar. 13. Games begin April 1st. For more information call 417-934-KIDS or email MVFYC1@gmail.com.


Saturday, Feb. 25th, at the High School Old Gym, from 5-9 PM will be Family Fun Night! Come out and enjoy some snacks, music and games for the entire family. Proceeds benefit our Back To School program.


Brewfest

Everyone is invited to sample locally available craft beers and specially prepared foods to help a worthy cause at the 5th Annual West Plains BrewFest, set for 5:30-8 PM Saturday, Feb. 25, in the Arena and Exhibit Hall at the West Plains Civic Center.


 
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