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Winter Canoeing – by Roger Wall

Well, did you get a new paddle for Christmas or maybe even better a new kayak or canoe and are just dying to put it in some moving water. During past January and February thaws, I have occasionally been able ...

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Davis Bowls Perfect Game

Jeff Davis bowled his first 300 game at the Carl Richards open in Joplin on Oct. 19. Witnesses were Randy Heriford, Cody Heriford, Adam Heriford, Jesse Groth, Bill Philpott, Bob Turcott, Jeff Fleetwood, Joel Garner and Brian Drake, of Mtn. ...

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Senate Resolution Honors Cunninghams

Don and Carol Cunningham, recent inductees into the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association’s Hall of Fame, have been recognized with a senate resolution in their honor. Presented by Senator Mike Cunningham (no relation), of Missouri’s 33rd District, the resolution ...

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Ava Art Guild Member Piece on Display

Ava Art Guild member Jim Davis is standing next to his commissioned work, which was installed by the Ozarks Regional Arts Council. The permanent piece is at the Veda Sheid Exhibit Hall at the University of Arkansas-Mountain Home.

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Local Couple Publishes Book

By Sue Curry Jones Researching and documenting a thorough and accurate family history is quite an awesome task, and during the past few years, that mission is precisely what Ava residents Cinita and Logan Brown have skillfully achieved in a ...

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Local Logger Makes the Cut

JEFFERSON CITY –– The Missouri Logging Council (MLC) is pleased to announce the Master Logger Certification of local logger Paul Clancy of Clancy & Sons Logging, Sparta, MO “Master Loggers exhibit the highest standards for safety, sustainability, and ethical business ...

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Hailey Sign at CofO

Edwin Hailey, of Ava, pictured above with granddaughter Abigail Hailey, was surprised and a little shocked when he saw the Hailey Implement sign displayed in the Old Tractor Museum at College of the Ozarks. The John Deere sign that was ...

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