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Notes From Hunter Creek 4.28.2016

Let’s Go Whitewater While there are several exciting whitewater runs in Arkansas, there are just a few available runs in Missouri. In southwest Missouri, and only during times of high water, one can float three Taney County whitewater steams: Roark ...

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Looking Backward 4.28.2016

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago April 18, 1991   The Ava Zoning Commission denied a request Monday morning that would have rezoned a six-acre plot in east Ava from agricultural to general business designation.  The zoning change, filed by Rod Alms, Ava, ...

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Letter to the Editor – Smart Meters

I have followed the material on the Itron Centron electric meters to be installed in Ava. It’s good that they won’t be continuously spewing microwaves 24/7 (at least, not right away), however, even when used with a mobile collection device ...

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Cunningham Report 4.28.2016

Protecting Missouri From Illegal Foreign Criminals This week at the Capitol, my legislation creating the crime of illegal reentry, Senate Bill 612, was perfected and passed in the Senate. This bill would make it a Class C felony – carrying ...

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What About This…? 4.28.2016

By Wayne William Cipriano The Douglas County Republican Committee Provided on 3/4s of an entire page in the March 31, 2016 edition of the Douglas County Herald, a printed forum of school board candidates responses to six exceptionally well-chosen questions ...

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Gladys Ann Holman

Gladys Ann Holman, 79 years, 9 months, and 1 day old, passed to heaven on April 25, 2016 at her home in Seymour, Mo., (Cedar Gap) with her family by her side. Gladys was born July 24, 1936 in Evans, ...

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Russell Verl Turner

Russell Verl Turner, 93 years, 7 months, and 8 days old, passed to heaven on April 24, 2016 at Gainesville Healthcare Center. Russell was born Sept. 16, 1922 in Squires, Mo., to Earl and Ica (Wilkinson) Turner. Russell was employed ...

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