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Looking Backward

25 years ago Top company officials with Rawlings Sporting Goods were in Ava last week to formally announce to plant employees re-organizational plans in the...

Looking Backward

25 years ago About all that is left of the old high school building is a pile of concrete, brick and plaster that remains to...

Looking Backward

25 years ago Mayor Bud Norman and wife, LaVerne, were named this year’s Lord and Lady Poke to reign over the 1994 Poke Salat Days...

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April 17, 1969 Science Fair winners Debbie Farris (left) and Sue Curry will present their SCA first place project on bacteria cultures at the Ava...

Looking Backward

25 years ago Four former Ava teachers were the first inductees into the Ava Alumni Foundation’s Hall of Fame last Saturday night. They are Shirley...

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25 years ago The student parking lot is less crowded and the halls seem quieter this week with Ava’s 101 seniors out of the picture,...

Looking Backward

25 years ago An eerie feeling came over the Ozarks just before noon Tuesday as the sun was swallowed up by the moon, in a...

Looking Backward

25 years ago Local authorities are perplexed –– if not downright embarrassed – by a series of break-ins that occurred sometime between midnight and daybreak...

Looking Backward

25 years ago The Ava School Board heard a presentation from a group interested in saving the old high school building last Thursday night, then...

Looking Backward

25 years ago Fabric Plus, owned and operated by Euneeda Heath, will open this Friday on the Ava square.  Located in the building formerly occupied...
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