- Pink Heals (4/25/17)
- A year of firsts for Bronaugh’s speech and debate team (4/25/17)
- Cottey students recognized for service (4/25/17)
- Quorum officials provide interim turn around report (4/25/17)
- Cottey student named a Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow (4/24/17)
- Nevada police taking back unwanted prescription drugs (4/24/17)
- Northeast Vernon County school board installs three (4/24/17)
- March finances at NRMC: a tale of highs and lows (4/24/17)
- Nevada prom held Saturday (4/24/17)
- Jama Bogart: Doctor of Nursing Practice (4/22/17)
Lois M. Cox (4/22/17)Lois M. Cox, 86, Arvada, CO, formerly of the Nevada area, passed away on Jan. 25, 2017 at Almost Like Home Memory Care Facility in Arvada, Colo. She was born on July 24, 1930 at home in Vernon...
Betty Louise Stukesbary (4/21/17)Betty Louise Stukesbary, 83, Nevada, died Monday, April 17, at Moore-Few Care Center in Nevada. Memorial services will be held at a later date. You may view obituary and send condolences online at...
Mary Lee (Endicott) Heathman (4/19/17)Mary Lee (Endicott) Heathman, 86, passed from this life on Monday, April 17, at her home in Nevada. She was born on Dec. 12, 1930, in Arcadia, Kan., to James and Iris (Wilson) Endicott. She married...
Danny Thomas Sewell (4/19/17)Danny Thomas Sewell, 69, passed away on Saturday, April 15, at his home in Roscoe, Mo., following a battle with pancreatic cancer since December 2016. He was born on June 17, 1947, in Nevada, to...
Danny Thomas Sewell (4/17/17)Danny Thomas Sewell, 69, Osceola, Mo., died Saturday, April 15, in Osceola. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 22, at Newton Burial Park in Nevada. The family will receive...
DeWayne Marvin Brockway (4/17/17)DeWayne Marvin Brockway, 77, Nevada, died Sunday, April 16. DeWayne was born March 1, 1940, in Muscatine, Iowa, to James Marvin Rema (Shellenbarger) Brockway. He was united in marriage to Kathleen M....
Column: Improving 911 services for Missourians (4/22/17)Missouri 126th District JEFFERSON CITY –– With three weeks to go until the end of Session, the Missouri House of Representatives is working diligently to finalize legislative priorities. We have had spirited debate and sent many bills to the Senate for consideration. Of special note is HB 334, designed to improve 911 services for all Missourians...
Column: Never too early to plan ahead (4/22/17)Hi neighbors. Driving around town last year I did notice several people still put out lawn gardens. Not enough for selling at the market, but enough to have fresh produce for your own table and a little to spare. Some people have larger gardens planting enough to harvest and save back by canning and freezing...
Column: Battlefield Dispatches No. 479: Old Monitors (4/21/17)Very often, when researching a given subject unrelated discoveries are made. Such was the case while researching an historic bridge in Bourbon County and no, the subject of this column is not about older issues of the Fort Scott Daily Monitor. The title of this column refers to the continued use of “Ironclad” ships such as the “Monitor” which became famous during its’ engagement with the Merrimac, formerly the CSS Virginia, during the Civil War. ...
Column: Aren’t people nice? (4/21/17)The following column originally appeared in the April 22, 2004 edition of the Daily Mail. Sometimes we get so concerned with all the bad news in the papers and on television that we forget that this is the BAD news. We need to look more often at the GOOD news...
- Bronaugh’s Earnest K’s 14 in losing effortBronaugh Wildcats’ starting pitcher Koltin Earnest was lights out on the mound Monday against the Miami Eagles, striking out 14 batters over 5 2/3 innings of work while allowing only two hits. Despite his best efforts, however, the Wildcats (0-8) fell 9-5...
- Comets earn split with East Central to conclude regular season
- Nevada falls to Warrensburg in home finale
- Tigers tumble to Clinton in extra innings (4/25/17)
- Lady Tigers earn academic honors (4/25/17)
- NHS competes in JV doubles tourney (4/25/17)
- Tiger baseball rained out (4/21/17)
- Cattle sorting competition heats up in Deerfield (4/21/17)
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