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The Farless family will hold a reunion July 13-15 at Stetson on the White resort in Flippin, Arkansas. All friends and family members are invited to attend.
MenusLunch is served daily from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and is open to everyone. The cost is $6 for those younger than 60; a $3.50 donation is requested for those over 60. Call 679-4746 to order take-out for 25 cents more.Wednesday, July 4: Closed in observance of Independence Day. Thurs-day, July...

Girl Scouts Alana Broncal and Amber Gibson, along with leader Virginia Campbell, arrange the faded and torn American flags before each was taken to the fire to be retired.
America flags, some folded neatly in the familiar triangle, some rumpled and faded, lay stacked on a long table in front of Sampson Masonic Lodge in Theodosia Saturday. The old and battered flags “have flown over homes, churches, schools, businesses and government buildings,” said ceremony emcee...
Two local events are planned this month to help voters gather information before casting their votes in the Aug. 7 primary election.  The Gainesville R-5 Board of Education will host an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, July 16, about Proposition Gainesville Bulldogs, the district’s proposal...

Diana Premer and her grandchildren, Colton, Maria and Melody, with their “Lake Hair, Don’t Care” themed golf cart, won the People’s Choice award at Saturday’s 18th annual Theodosia Marina Resort golf cart parade. Parade director Linda Moore, affectionately known as the mayor of TMR campground, said as many as 60 golf carts have appeared in the parade when the Fourth of July holiday falls on a three-day weekend. This year 23 decorated carts rolled through the campground. The parade, a well-loved tradition among TMR campers, is open to anyone with a golf cart or other small vehicle.
Many Fourth of July fireworks displays and other events occurred over the weekend in Ozark County and nearby areas, but the fun’s not over yet. The holiday events listed here are planned for this week. The fireworks displays are free and open to everyone. Some of the other activities, including...

Photo /Theodosia Marina Resort. A long line of golf carts ablaze with patriotic colors lines up for the annual golf cart parade at Theodosia Marina Resort. This year, the parade starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 30 with line-up at the Fort Cook office
Ozark Countians, along with family guests and tourists, will celebrate the Fourth of July in the coming days with a wide variety of colorful events around the area. The fireworks displays listed here are free and open to everyone. Some of the other activities, including games, food vendors and...

Photo /Theodosia Marina Resort A long line of golf carts ablaze with patriotic colors lines up for the annual golf cart parade at Theodosia Marina Resort. This year, the parade starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 30 with line-up at the Fort Cook office
Ozark Countians, along with family guests and tourists, will celebrate the Fourth of July in the coming days with a wide variety of colorful events around the area. The fireworks displays listed here are free and open to everyone. Some of the other activities, including games, food vendors and...

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The Missouri Department of Conservation will host a frog-gigging clinic for young people age 10 to 15 from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday, July 6, at MDC’s Ozark Regional Office, 551 Joe Jones Blvd. in West Plains. The clinic is free for young participants and their parent or adult mentor.Participants...

Times photo/Sue Ann Jones Musicians and listeners gather each Thursday at 6 p.m. at The Center for an informal music jam session. Pat Whisnant organizes the weekly gatherings with help from Mary Pitcock. A light supper is served halfway through the session. Everyone is invited to the music session, which is free of charge (donations are collected in a can to help pay for use of the building). Last week’s circle of musicians included, from left, Lawrence Strickland and his wife Dot (back to camera), Opal Beasley and her husband Jim Beasley, Ray McDaniel, Jeffery Goss, Bob Obert and Tom Pitcock.
Congratulations to the winners of our recent election. The elected board members are Buddy Festervand, Sue Herning and Carol Cooper.Join us weekday mornings for a continental breakfast. We set out coffee and pastries or other baked items when we open The Center each weekday, and you’re welcome to...
Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state. The managed hunts allow archery, muzzleloading and modern firearms at conservation areas, state and other parks, national...

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