At approximately 10:49 a.m., today, a robbery was reported at Arvest Bank, 100 East Broadway in Monett.
Julie Ruzicka of Mt. Vernon filed to be a Republican candidate for state representative for the 157th district.
Ken Ackley found himself as the guest of honor last week when the Aurora Quilt Guild presented him with a Quilt of Valor. Debra Nicklas, president of the guild, told Ackley he received a unanimous vote when his name was proposed for the quilt.
Aurora’s city officials are taking steps to clean up a number of derelict properties by declaring them dangerous and unsafe.
Spc. Dewey Fare and his wife Spc. April Fare received a Quilt of Valor at a recent reception at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
The Aurora Park Board is participating in Cause Momentum, a project of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.
The Missouri Child Identification Program will be available on March 1, at the United Methodist Church, 1211 South Carnation.
Cold temperatures Wednesday morning did not deter a team of volunteers going about their mission and having some fun along the way at Personal Energy Transportation (PET) of Southwest Missouri.
The Aurora City Council opened the door Monday night to the topic of one person serving on more than one city committee.
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