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Current Happenings

Dance & Potluck

Winona Senior Center will host a fund-raiser Valentine's Dance and potluck dinner from 6 PM to 9 PM on Feb. 14 with live music by the Roberts Family. Single admission $5 or $8 per couple (age 12 and under free). "Bring your Valentine for a fun evening of great food and dancing!"

ONPS Meeting

The first of the 2020 meetings of the Ozarks Native Plant Society will be held Feb. 18 at 6:30 PM at the Missouri Dept. of Conservation office in West Plains. For more information call (417) 257-7544 and your call will be returned.

Pesticide Training

A private pesticide applicator training session will be held at the Shannon County MU Extension Center at 14923 Old W. Eminence Rd beginning at 10 AM. A $12 fee covers cost of required manual. Once the training is complete, Missouri Department of Agriculture will issue a license that is good for five years. Individuals wishing to attend must be 18 years of age or older. With limited seating, those interested in attending are urged to make a reservation by calling (573) 226-3268.

Democrat Meeting

The Shannon County Democrats will meet Feb. 22 at 2 PM at the Summer Breeze B&B, 18106 Main St. Eminence (next to Jack's Fork Country Church)


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Trout ÔSlam'

Offers Medals

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and Trout Unlimited encourage anglers to test their fishing skills and pursue a "Blue-Ribbon Trout Slam" from Missouri's nine blue-ribbon trout streams.

cutline: MDC and Trout Unlimited have partnered to offer Missouri's first Blue-Ribbon Trout Slam, which honors anglers who catch a trout from five of MDC's nine blue-ribbon trout streams.


Winona Library to

Get Summer Grant

On Feb. 6, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced Winona Public Library has been awarded a Summer Library Program Grant of $7,556.

Comment on National Forest Recreation by March 6

From the U.S. Forest Service

Every five years, the public has the opportunity to share their thoughts about the strategic future of the recreation program on Mark Twain National Forest (MTNF); and right now is one of those opportunities.

Case Alleges

Defrauding of


An Eminence man is charged with defrauding creditors in a Shannon County Associate Circuit Court case filed last week by Prosecuting Attorney Jodie Brumble.

ONSR Prescribed Burns Set

From the National Park Service

Preparations are underway for Ozark National Scenic Riverways to accomplish several prescribed burns this spring, between early February and mid-April.


Pesticide Class

Set for Feb. 27

The University of Missouri Extension Shannon County will hold a Private Pesticide Applicator Training Session at 10 AM on Feb. 27.





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