- Treachery at Cartilage Creek review (7/18/17)
- State of Agriculture in Vernon County (7/18/17)
- People can change: Jennifer Rinker (7/18/17)
- 18-year old charged with statutory rape (7/17/17)
- Youth fair draws to a close (7/17/17)
- Harwood teen charged with statutory rape (7/17/17)
- Couple accused of statutory rape (7/17/17)
- Walker man charged in abuse case (7/17/17)
- 4-H alumni honor oldest clubs (7/17/17)
- Hume R-8 moves to provide high schoolers with laptops (7/14/17)
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...
Joan May Villamaria (7/12/17)Joan May Villamaria, 80, Nevada, passed away on Tuesday, July 11, at Barone Alzheimer’s Care Center in Nevada. Joan was born Aug. 26, 1936, in Farlington, Kan., to Elmer and Iva (Matlock) Hill. She...
Column: Decisions, decisions! (7/14/17)The following column originally ran in the June 10, 2010 edition of the Daily Mail. Do you ever think that we have too many choices today? Tonight I had a new book I wanted to read. But I was also tired from doing some deep housecleaning that I am not used to doing. I decided that it would be more relaxing to just get in the lounge chair and watch TV. I wouldn’t have to think about much of anything, and could maybe even doze off a little...
Column: Bittersweet reunion (7/14/17)Bittersweet reunion This Friday and Saturday, my NHS Class of 1967 will celebrate its 50th class reunion. We will once more gather as we did so many times throughout the years as fellow classmates. I am sure everyone will be happy to see these old friends but there will be some “bittersweet” emotions accompanying our reunion...
Column: Flossie finds a bottle (7/8/17)I got a frantic phone call the other day from my friend Flossie. “Nancy!” she whispered so low I could barely hear her. “You have to get over here right away! It’s not safe for me to leave the house, and I’m afraid to stay here alone. Hurry!” She hung up after these few hurried, hoarsely spoken words...
Column: The genetic fingerprint and what it can do for law enforcement (7/8/17)Of all the different investigating techniques and technology available to law enforcement, I have always found DNA analysis to be the most interesting. There are more than 7 billion people in the world today, and each one has a unique strand of DNA that makes them who they are...
- Nevada High’s Mason verbally commits to play football for D-I Western IllinoisHunter Mason is a prototype All-American kid. The soon-to-be Nevada High School senior is a 4.0 student in the classroom and a multi-sport standout. Mason’s hard work has culminated with a verbal commitment to play football for the Division I Western Illinois Leathernecks of the Missouri Valley Conference. Mason, who was on the WIU campus in Macomb, Illinois over the weekend, met with head coach Charlie Fisher...
- Griffons blow early lead, fall to Outlaws 11-10 (7/19/17)
- Midwest A’s sweep wooden bat tournament (7/17/17)
- Griffons offense silent in 6-1 loss to St. Joe (7/17/17)
- Allard excited for opportunity with NEVC (7/15/17)
- Catfish angling heats up during summer months (7/15/17)
- Griffons punctured by Arrows for second time this season (7/14/17)
- Griffons dispatch visiting Outlaws, 9-4 (7/13/17)
Free for the Taking
Dexter Brothers of Chicago PianoLooks like it's in good condition. Left in house we bought. Free for the taking, just come and haul it away.
MiscellaneousSTRAW FOR SALE: small square bales $3.00 each, 417-684-5324.
MiscellaneousOLD PHOTOGRAPHS copied and restored. Ralph Pokorny Photography, 221 E. Pacific St. Nevada, MO. 417-667-2112.