- Sheldon Fire Department receives Conservation grant
- Busy at the collectorís office
- On My Own celebrates 20 years of service
- Fire department responds to American Legion (7/24/17)
- Demolition begins (7/24/17)
- Walmart celebrates remodel (7/24/17)
- Looking back on the NRMC fiscal year (7/24/17)
- Doug Gammon to retire after 40 years (7/24/17)
- State auditors finish field work, results months away (7/21/17)
- R-7 boosters score donations for field (7/21/17)
Jewell HuckabyJewell Huckaby, 89, of Highlandís Ranch, Colo., Evergreen, Colo., Osage City, Kan., Robinson, Kan., and Nevada, passed peacefully into the arms of God from Mill Vista Lodge at Wind Crest Retirement...
Pamela Sue Long (7/18/17)Pamela Sue Long, 72, of Nevada, passed away Sunday, July 16, at Moore Few Care Center in Nevada. Pam was born March 5, 1945, in Sedalia, Mo., the daughter of Bob and Maurine (Ridgeway) Long. As a...
Vivian Ann Weil (7/18/17)Vivian Ann Weil (who preferred to be called Ann), the widow of Charles Gwinton Weil, died Saturday, July 15, at Morningside of Nevada Assisted Living at the age of 93. With an air of southern grace,...
Wilma L. Burdick (7/18/17)Wilma L. Burdick, 82, of Nevada, passed away Friday, July 14, in Nevada. Wilma was born March 30, 1935, in Nevada, the daughter of Clarence and Stella (Hoover) Hoskins. She graduated from Nevada High...
Linda Sue (Banes) Rohrs (7/14/17)Linda Sue (Banes) Rohrs, 59, Harrisonville, Mo., passed away on Wednesday, July 12, at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., following a lengthy battle with Amyloidosis. Sue was born Sept. 25,...
Keith Ray Bogle (7/14/17)Keith Ray Bogle, 72, Nevada, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, July 11, at his home in Nevada following a brief illness. Keith was born June 22, 1945, in Neosho, to Chester Raymond and Pearl Faye...
Column: Do you have a magic camera? (7/22/17)Hi neighbors. It occurred to me today, while trying to figure out the date, that July is more than half over! I determined that I would develop a new habit while the weather is good. I then concluded that this new habit could carry on into fall and winter...
Column: Handcuffs; more than 100 years with little change (7/22/17)In the world of law enforcement, we hear a great deal about guns, tasers, pepper spray, vests and most recently body cameras. Law Enforcement officers carry a great deal of items on their vest and duty belt while on duty and each one has a purpose. Each one has been improved upon multiple times and are always being updated, except for one very important item that is used daily ó handcuffs. Next to a deputyís radio, they will use their handcuffs more than any other item on their duty belt...
Column: New approach on opioid abuse issue (7/21/17)Missouriís 126th District JEFFERSON CITY, MO Ė Calling it a big step toward addressing the opioid crisis in Missouri, Gov. Greitens recently issued an executive order to create a prescription drug monitoring program in Missouri. While the system put in place by the governor is different from the plan proposed by the legislature, it has the same intent of preventing the over-prescribing and misuse of opioids such as Vicodin, OxyContin and Percocet...
Column: Goodbye July (7/21/17)Editorís note: The follow column originally appeared in the July 28, 2011 edition of the Daily Mail. I have reached the age where I am not eager for any time period to end. Days and hours are becoming a scarce commodity so I want to use them to full advantage. But there are some time periods I donít mind seeing pass by. This July is one of those times...
- Field of Dreams: Griffons shortstop Hatch signs with Rockies affiliateL.J. Hatch is one step closer to realizing his Major League dreams. Hatch, the Nevada Griffons starting shortstop for the past five weeks by way of New Mexico State University, has signed a contract with the Boise Hawks, a minor league (A-Ball) affiliate of the Colorado Rockies...
- Griffons set for playoff clash with Jefferson City
- The weekend scorecard: Griffons wreck Renegades 15-0, drop pair to St. Joseph (7/24/17)
- Sheets, Collins capture memorial victories (7/24/17)
- Mr. Griffon: Fan favorite Pitoy reflects on his two summers in Nevada (7/21/17)
- Pitoy plays hero as Griffons knock off Generals in extras (7/21/17)
- Donít allow the heat to keep you from fishing (7/21/17)
- Quitno garners Jack Swearingen golf scholarship (7/20/17)
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