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Tipton School Board receives summer school update

There have been 160 to 170 students in average daily attendance at the Tipton R-VI summer school program. The information was presented to the board at the June 15 meeting held at the Board of Education Office.

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Missionary visits St. Paul’s Lutheran

Members and visitors at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church heard from missionaries, the Rev. Eric and Johanna Stinnett, on Wednesday, June 24.

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Hartzler listening post held

Austin Kramer, staff member of Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler, stopped by California

Budget on school board agenda

The budget for the 2016-17 school year was a primary area of discussion Tuesday, June 23, at the monthly meeting of the California R-I School Board.

MRED discusses plans for future

The Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council (MRED), in an effort to return to the original intent of the organization, began implementation of the “committee method” of operation. According to Chairman Mike Kelley, the effort is being made to return the organization to a member and supporter-driven economic development operation.

Branding and logos discussed at CPI meeting

The possibility of “branding” the community with a logo was discussed at the California Progress, Inc. (CPI) meeting, Thursday, June 18. Eleanor Tiefenbrun reported concerning her efforts in developing concepts for possible logos, with an ability to use some form of the final result for the California Historic District (CHD). The logo could be used with “branding” of the community.

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MCMC fundraiser 5k walk/run held at Village Green

The Moniteau Christian Ministries Center (MCMC) 5k walk/run fundraiser was held Saturday, June 20.

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Special guest visits Motorcycle Poker Run fundraiser

Special guest Zoey Lang assisted in awarding prizes at the Motorcycle Poker Run fundraiser event, Saturday, June 20. The event raised funds for the Central Missouri Honor Flight program and Lang, a fifth grader from Boonville, has contributed more than $2,000 to the program.

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Weather changes landscape

The term “unsettled weather” now has a real meaning for area residents, if it didn’t already. No one is interested in a drought, but no one is really interested in quite so much rain, either.

Mid-Mo Ambulance Board orders new ambulance

A bid for a new ambulance was presented for approval of the Mid-Mo Ambulance Board of Directors at the regular meeting, Wednesday, June 10.

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