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Layman, Siebert To Introduce Education Program For Inmates

By Ryan Storz Crawford County Sheriff Darin Layman and local entrepreneur Sean Siebert will implement a program at the Crawford County Jail designed to prepare inmates for work upon their release and help the county become a certified Work Ready Community. Layman and Siebert presented their proposal to the Crawford County Commission on March 28. Inmates can take a five-week course that Siebert puts... 

Honoring Our Veterans – Vincent J. “Fly” Mahn

The late Specialist Fourth Class Vincent Jude “Fly” Mahn was born to the late Daniel John Mahn Sr. and Aurelia Catherine (Pendergrast) Mahn on August 7, 1937 in Desoto, MO. Mahn graduated Desoto High School in 1955 and went into the Army, Missouri National Guard serving from October 24, 1955 through October 23, 1963 an eight year commitment to his country. Mahn served with the 106th Ordinance... 

Spring Bluff Spotlight Class Of 2017

Hi. My name is Beau. I am the son of Rebecca and Rich. I have one sister Samantha. I like to work with my dad, play sports, fish, hunt, and trap with my cousins while I am out of school. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Mabe. I liked her class because we had a lot of games and class activities. I will miss the small classes and the one on one learning between the teachers and the students at Spring Bluff.... 

Spring Bluff Spotlight Class Of 2017

My name is Connor. I am the son of Eric and Theresa. I have two brothers Ryan and Josh. Outside of school, I like to play video games, swim, play paintball, and hang out with friends. I’ve been at Spring Bluff for 9 years and like recess and my classes.  My favorite teacher was Mr. Hewkin because he helped me in band and is teaching me guitar. I will miss recess, the teachers, and having small... 

St. Anthony School Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee Champ Runners Up Spelling Bee Grade Level Winners Spelling Bee Audience The school Spelling Bee was a heated competition!  Students in grades 1-8 vied for the title of School Spelling Champion, while parents and classmates (silently) cheered them on. In the end, Meredith, a 7th grader, and Alex, an 8th grader battled it out. Alex triumphed by correctly spelling “physicist.” Congratulations... 

Sullivan Primary School News

STAR LEADERS-Wednesday, Mar. 22, 2017. Axle and Melodie were able to call home and tell their families about what an awesome job they have been doing in school! Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Booker are proud to have the opportunity to speak with families about their kids. Friday, Mar. 24, 2017 was “Lunch With Leaders.” Taya and Bryce were able to have lunch with Principal, Mrs. Carey, and Assistant Principal,... 

Sullivan Senior Center Activities Mar. 29-Apr. 4

Wed. – Scenic Regional Library presents “Route 66-Take a drive through Missouri slideshow. Bingo sponsored by Support Commitee-12:15 p.m. Thurs.-Shuffleboard 10 a.m. Fun & Fitness with Meramec Nursing Center-10:30 a.m. Fri. – Bingo by Support Committee-10:30 a.m. Mon. – BP/BS checks by St. Clair Nursing/Americare 10 a.m. Canasta by Shafferkoetter Senior Services-10 a.m. Bunco... 

Sullivan Senior Center Menus Mar. 29-Apr. 4

Wed. – Bratwurst, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, carrots, fruit jello, wheat roll. Thurs. – Seasoned baked chicken/dressing, Brussels sprouts, cream-style corn, cranberry applesauce, dinner roll. Fri. – Stuffed salmon boat/dill sauce, California vegetables, garden salad, dinner roll, apple dumpling cake. Mon. – Whole grain pasta/meatballs & Italian tomato sauce, Italian vegetables,... 

Same Show, Different Day

Dear Editor, I commend Missouri Senator Schatz for coming to the aide of the boat owners in  Missouri, but I have a gripe that affects many more people than the boat owners. I’m talking about the Television Industry.  What or who is the watchdog of that industry?  Let me say now that who or what that is supposed to do that job…..IS FAILING. For years, I have been forced to pay for “gosh... 

March 8, #daywithoutawoman

Dear Editor, In this era of attack on rights of all kinds it is absolutely necessary to raise awareness and protest this war on the rights of all human beings and specifically women.  The Women’s March on Washington is especially concerned about equity, justice and the human-rights of women and all gender oppressed people. March 8, was declared a #Daywithoutawoman. Perhaps you haven’t... 
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