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MRED board discusses reorganization

The Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council (MRED) board of directors met Wednesday, April 8, at Willow Fork Restaurant, Tipton.

Moniteau County voter turnout low Tuesday

Voter turnout for the municipal election in Moniteau County Tuesday, April 7, was low, less than 19 percent, with 1,577 of the 8,322 voters people showing up at the voting booths.

CPI receives reports from CHD committees

The California Progress, Inc. (CPI) Board of Directors was presented with reports from representatives of the four committees of the California Historic District (CHD).

Community Action team plans meeting

Tuesday, April 21, is the date set for the second Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA) Moniteau County Community team meeting. The time is 6 p.m. for the dinner, with the meeting to begin at 6:30. The location is the California City Hall.

County Crime Watch meeting

The Moniteau County Crime Watch had the opportunity to hear from Darren Lilleman of the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) Division of Drug and Crimes Investigative Unit at its April 6 meeting, held at High Street Grill, California. Lilleman is one of 10 investigators across the state.

Track results

VERSAILLES — The Pintos track team had an impressive showing at the Versailles Invitational last week, with the boys finishing in first and the girls placing fourth.

Baseball: Jamestown roundup

Jamestown Eagles baseball roundup from the past week

Baseball: Russellville roundup

Russellville Indians baseball roundup from the past week

Baseball: DeVore, Wolfe lead Jamestown over Otterville

JAMESTOWN, Mo. – It’s always tough for a pitcher in his first start of the season, but that didn’t stop Jamestown’s Christian DeVore, who pitched a no-hitter that propelled the Eagles over Otterville 12-0 in a five inning, run ruled game.

MDA releases poultry quarantine in Jasper and Moniteau Counties

Test results show no further spread of avian influenza.

Moniteau County voter turnout low Tuesday

Voter turnout for the municipal election in Moniteau County Tuesday, April 7, was low, less than 19 percent, with 1,577 of the 8,322 voters people showing up at the voting booths.

Friends of the Library to host fundraisers

We are looking for families to put together a five member team. If you are interested in participating, call Connie at the library at 573-796-2642 for more information. Questions asked during the games will be from surveys taken from library patrons.

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Moniteau County Health Center Board holds March meeting

The Moniteau County Health Center Board of trustees meeting was held March 16, in the health center meeting room. Present were Don Wyss, Eileen Crawford, Pam Monroe, Dr. James Canter, Norma Blankenship and Administrator Andrea Kincaid.

Moniteau County Historical Society to meet Monday

The April meeting of the Moniteau County Historical Society will be held Monday, April 13, at the Cultural Heritage Center. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.

Missouri State Fair scholarships awarded to 4-H and FFA Youth

Recipients to be recognized at State FFA Convention in April

Spring Turkey Season opens April 20-May 10

New Rules for Coyotes Hunting

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Prairie Home hosts community Easter Egg Hunt

Nearly 50 children and adults turned out for the Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt that was held at the Prairie Home United Methodist Church on Saturday.

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Bell has passport ready as retirement nears

Don’t be fooled by Susan Bell’s calm demeanor, there’s an adventurer inside.

Hallsville uses big inning to run away from California

CALIFORNIA – A seven-run first inning ultimately proved to be too deep of a hole for the Pintos to climb out from, as they dropped their Tri-County Conference opener against Hallsville 13-3 in a run-ruled shorten game.

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11th annual Women in Ag Conference

“Back to Nature” was the theme of the 11th annual Mid-Mo Women in Agriculture Conference which drew about 225 people to the California High School on Business 50, Thursday, April 2.

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