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Lunch program helps feed hungry children

As in the past few years, local school children will receive summer lunches through the generosity of local churches, businesses, community service organizations, and individuals, as well as the support…

PHS graduate Jerod Ray, a home town celebrity

PHS graduate Jerod Ray, a home town celebrity

Jerod Ray is currently a contestant on the television show “Best Ink” and is something of a local celebrity; but the unassuming, PHS graduate is basically just a small town…

Sheriffs given conceal and carry permit control

Following the admission of Governor Jay Nixon’s office that his officials at the Department of Revenue had sent data on concealed carry holders to Obama officials in the federal government,…

Village of Holliday board discusses crime problem

The Village of Holliday held a board meeting on Saturday, May 18. Reelected board members John Ragsdale and Guy Callison were sworn in by board chairman Mike Dawson. Concerned citizen…

Madison C-3 Class of 2013 graduates 18 students before family and friends

Madison C-3 Class of 2013 graduates 18 students before family and friends

The Madison 2013 Graduation, on Sunday, May 12, at 2 p.m., began with the prelude of “It’s Time” by Imagine Dreams. The graduates entered the gymnasium to the sweet strains…

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd announces appointment of new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial Circuit

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd announces appointment of new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial Circuit

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd, right, Presiding Judge of the Tenth Circuit, recently announced that she has appointed Nina Benoist Chasnoff as the new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial…

Saturday, May 25 is designated as National Missing Children Day

Every year on May 25, Missourians are asked to remember the children who stare back from the posters of the missing. These are the faces of children who have been…

Survivor Luncheon scheduled for June 2

The 2013 Relay For Life of Monroe County “Movies” is now in overdrive! The Relay For Life of Monroe County organizing committee is looking forward to a great 2013 Relay…

Sequester can affect small towns through services and program cuts

Sequester can affect small towns through services and program cuts

By Monroe County Appeal intern and University of Missouri Journalism Senior Jared Grafman Two months after across-the-board budget cuts took effect throughout the nation, local organizations have adapted accordingly. The federal sequester…

Confined animal feeding operation to be built in Monroe County

The Monroe County Commissioners recently learned of a new confined animal feeding operation to be built in the southern portion of the county, off 15 Highway and slightly north of…