Moniteau Christian Ministries celebrate volunteers

The Moniteau Christian Ministries Center, Inc. (MCMC), Board of Directors sponsored and hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Picnic at Proctor Park on June 14 with 80 people in attendance.

July 1, 2015

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No-wake order at Lake of the Ozarks is lifted, Gov. Nixon announces

Gov. Jay Nixon announced July 4 that the no-wake policy at the Lake of the Ozarks instituted Thursday has been lifted, effective immediately.

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State curbs boat speeds on high waters at Lake of the Ozarks

Temporary ban will stay in place as long as lake levels are way up

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Family Feud for the library held Saturday

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Singing sisters reveal decades of experience

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Miss Moniteau County Queen Contest

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CMS students visit Washington

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Moniteau County Courthouse Square

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Hartzler listening post held

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Co-Mo facilitates grant for Food Bank’s Buddy Pack program

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