- Walker board discusses money with maintenance employee
- Mosher talks about drugs at Rotary
- Suicide prevention Youth Task Force topic (4/28/17)1
- Robotics brought to Nevada students (4/28/17)
- Stolen Jeep recovered from quarry (4/27/17)
- Pink Heals (4/25/17)1
- A year of firsts for Bronaugh’s speech and debate team (4/25/17)
- Food for America (4/25/17)
- Cottey students recognized for service (4/25/17)
- Quorum officials provide interim turn around report (4/25/17)
John Wayne DeVan (4/27/17)John Wayne DeVan, 86, formerly of Nevada, passed away on Sunday, April 23, at his home in Lansing, Kan. John was born March 18, 1931, in Mobile, Ala., to Wilbur and Marguerite Wagner DeVan. On Sept....
Vickey Anna Boyle (4/27/17)Vickey Anna Boyle, 64, Nevada, died Tuesday, April 25, in Nevada. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date. You may view obituary and send condolences online at...
Ting Chen Yuan Ray (4/27/17)Ting Chen Yuan Ray, 90, Nevada, passed away on Tuesday, April 25, at her home in Nevada. Ting Chen Yuan was born Feb. 12, 1927, in Guizhou, China. Ting Chen Yuan was raised by her mother, Zheng Shi,...
Charlene Wilson (4/26/17)Charlene Wilson, 82, Nevada, passed from this life on Tuesday, April 24, at Mercy Hospital in Joplin following a lengthy illness. Charlene was born Sept. 22, 1934, in Horton, to Orby Lee and Mildred...
Roena Frances Crawford (4/26/17)Roena Frances Crawford, 89, Willis, Texas, formerly of Nevada, died Saturday, April 22, at her home in Texas. She was born Feb. 17, 1928 in Camp Point, Ill., to Clarence and Beatrice (Dutton)...
Billy J. Shepherd Sr. (4/26/17)Billy J. Shepherd Sr., 60, Nevada, died April 22, at Freeman West Hospital in Joplin. No services are planned at this time. You may view obituary and send condolences online at...
Column: Government Spending (4/29/17)Missouri’s 31st Senatorial Dist. “What I’m not saying is that all government spending is bad. It’s not - far, far from it, but there is no free lunch, as a former colleague of mine used to say. There is no public tooth fairy. Father Christmas does not work on the Treasury staff this year. You can never bail someone out of trouble without putting someone else into trouble”. Economist, Arthur Laffer...
Column: The history of chocolate (4/29/17)Hi neighbors. The ever quoted “they” say that spring turns a young man’s fancy to love and we all know what is demanded of love — chocolate! I did some research and ran across a 2008 article in the Smithsonian.com website about the history of chocolate. On comparing this article by Amanda Fiegl with several others on the Internet, I’ve compiled this research to share with you. I hope you enjoy learning all about chocolate, and use it to express spring fancy you may be afflicted with...
Column: Think before you act! Time is not always on your side (4/29/17)When working in law enforcement, you are faced every day with situations that require a great deal of consideration before making a decision in whatever incident you may be dealing with at the time. One wrong decision can change everything, so you must train, and be ready to think about each action you make before you make it even though you often only have a split second to make that decision...
Column: Generations, how quickly they pass (4/28/17)Editor’s note: This column originally ran in the June 17, 2010 edition of the Daily Mail, As I am writing this column two of my pre-school aged great-grandchildren are playing with a box of toys that we have moved from home to home since the grandfather of those children was small. Of course there have been some new additions. A wonderful marble construction toy was added by our youngest child. It was replacing a similar wooden one that her older brother loved even into his teens...
- Surface lures the way to go when bass fishingThis is the time bass fishermen wait patiently for bass to move into shallow water –– while actively feeding they are particularly vulnerable to fishing. Jack Melton, Springfield, is one of the many bass anglers who looks forward to late April and early May when bass fishing is good –– especially fishing with topwater lures...
- Surface lures the way to go when bass fishing
- Kannady-Foreman inks four incoming recruits
- Lady Knights edged by Humansville (4/28/17)
- Tigers capture first WCC golf crown (4/28/17)1
- Lady Tigers take gold at Cass-Midway Relays (4/28/17)
- Lady Panthers fall to Lakeland (4/28/17)
- Bronaugh’s Earnest K’s 14 in losing effort (4/26/17)
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MiscellaneousOLD PHOTOGRAPHS copied and restored. Ralph Pokorny Photography, 221 E. Pacific St. Nevada, MO. 417-667-2112.