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Nevada Magazine
Nevada the Magazine 2014 #1
First National Bank recognized for 125 years (04/19/14)
Nevada Daily Mail First National Bank of Nevada was recognized for a major milestone, 125 years in operation, Wednesday. April 9. Officials with the federal banking system presented First National Bank President David Swearingen and Executive Vice President Joe Swearingen with a plaque, a letter of congratulations from Thomas Curry, Comptroller of the Currency, and an anecdotal timeline of notes from regulatory visits over the years...
Grant writing class draws students from around Missouri (04/19/14)
Nevada Daily Mail A Healthy Nevada-sponsored grant writing seminar drew nearly 30 participants to Nevada last week. The week-long course, which ran Monday through Friday afternoon, taught participants how to successfully work through the grant writing process...
Cottey speaker mixes leadership, psychology (04/19/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Psychologists are leaders by nature, but that counseling requires directive leadership, instead of telling clients what to do, Kathleen M. Lawrence, a leader in the field of psychology and the final speaker in Cottey College's Institute for Women's Leadership and Social Responsibility Distinguished Speakers Series, said Tuesday, April 8...
Let the construction begin (04/19/14)
Never give up (04/18/14)
Never give up (04/18/14)
Young Author's Conference looking for support (04/18/14)
Nevada Daily Mail The Fifth Nevada Young Authors' Conference rolls around Saturday, April 26, at Truman Elementary, at 12:30 p.m. Students from Appleton City, El Dorado Springs, Ballard, Hume, Sheldon, St. Mary's Catholic School, Benton Elementary, and Truman Elementary will take part...
Community garden will provide fresh veggies (04/18/14)
Nevada Daily Mail The newest Healthy Nevada project is using shovels, wheelbarrows and patches of dirt to further explore healthy living. Seeds of Faith, a gardening project, looks to teach healthful eating through hands-on learning in community gardens...
Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission Camp Clark Joint Land Use Study public kick-off meeting (04/18/14)
The Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission will host its first public meeting for a Joint Land Use Study for Camp Clark April 22, at 5:30 p.m. The public is welcome and all are encouraged to attend and to participate. The Joint Land Use Study is an ongoing project between Camp Clark, the City of Nevada, and Vernon County. The objective of the study is to encourage and enhance compatibility between the National Guard mission at Camp Clark and lands surrounding the training center...
Extension council looks for new kids' camp ideas (04/16/14)
Nevada Daily Mail The Vernon County MU Extension Council held its first full meeting with newly elected members Monday evening. The first line of business the updated council discussed regarded the Extension's annual youth camp. The camp, which is held primarily for at-risk youth, allows children to have a camping experience for several nights for a minimal fee. Kids can participate in the two-night camp for $2...
Training for emergencies (04/16/14)
Liquor license approved for golf course (04/16/14)
Nevada Daily Mail After several failed attempts, beer and light wines will be sold at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course. Tuesday night, the Nevada City Council voted 4-0, with council member Jayne Novak excused, to adopt Resolution No. 1396, approving the application to sell beer and light wines at the municipal golf course. ...
Alzheimer's topic for chamber luncheon (04/16/14)
Nevada Daily Mail "They have lost not only their memories, but their hopes," said Nancy Malcom, social services director for Barone Alzheimer's Care Center, of those members of our society who have been stricken with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia...
Winning combination -- Barbecue cook-off and cars (04/15/14)
Teen hurt in dirt bike accident (04/15/14)
Nevada Daily Mail An El Dorado Springs teenager was injured in a dirt bike accident, in Schell City, Saturday evening. Clifford Sumner, 18, received moderate injuries from the accident on Park Avenue. According to an accident report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Sumner lost control of the dirt bike on a gravel road and overturned. He was thrown from the bike...
Nevada City Council meets tonight (04/15/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Nevada Mayor Seth Barrett will present the 2013 Revitalization Award to Kathy and Sonny Butler, owners of Rinehart Jewelry, during tonight's city council meeting, for their renovation of a building at 120 S. Cedar Street. Other items on the agenda for the 7 p.m. ...
Bird disturbances prompt additional patrols (04/15/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Nevada law enforcement and animal control are considering increasing patrols near Canada geese roosting spots. That consideration stems from complaints about groups disturbing geese in Radio Springs Park. A Nevada resident, who preferred to be unnamed out of fear of harassment, contacted the Daily Mail about pestering of the geese. ...
Farmers market to sprout up in new spot (04/15/14)
Nevada Daily Mail The Vernon County Farmer's Market will be changing locations for its second harvest season. Farmers' Market board treasurer Kelly Ast said construction near the original location at Earp Park would affect set up and parking for this year's market season. That issue encouraged the market board to seek out a new location...
Sheldon postpones demolition to build support (04/15/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Sheldon aldermen will discuss the Community Development Block Grant in detail with property owners over the next year, in an effort to build support for the program, which will provide funds for demolishing dilapidated buildings. Austin Mount, executive director of Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission, attended the Sheldon Board of Aldermen meeting Thursday, to explain the steps for applying for the grant next spring...
Sheriff's Office takes on the Cold Water Challenge (04/12/14)
Sheriff's Office -- multiple drug arrests Thursday (04/12/14)
Nevada Daily Mail The Vernon County Sheriff's Office has recovered illegal drugs and made multiple arrests in three towns within the county in one day. Sheriff Jason Mosher said members of his office and the CNET Drug Task Force conducted several investigations on drug activity Thursday...
Nevada teenager injured in Thursday wreck (04/12/14)
Fort Scott Tribune A Nevada teenager was injured when she was ejected from the vehicle she was driving Thursday evening, in Bourbon County, Kan. The accident occurred at about 6:30 p.m. in the area of 255th Street and Poplar Road. According to a report from the Bourbon County Sheriff's Office, the 16-year-old driver was traveling north on 255th Street when the 2000 Grand Am she was driving began to slide. ...
Sheldon school board votes to replaces scoreboards (04/12/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Sheldon sports fans will have cause to celebrate with the Sheldon Board of Education's decision to purchase two new scoreboards for the gym at its meeting Wednesday. The board members agreed to purchase the scoreboards at a cost of no more than $13,000, from the Max Wisehart donation and dedicate the boards in his honor...
Deerfield trustees discuss lowering speed limit (04/12/14)
Nevada Daily Mail In an effort to reduce speeding in town, five new 35 mph speed limit signs have been posted on access roads to Deerfield. The Deerfield Board of Trustees discussed reducing the limits further to 25 mph or 15 mph at its meeting on Tuesday...
Nevada man faces eight charges from assault case (04/11/14)
Nevada Daily Mail Charges have been filed for a Nevada man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in February. Christopher Alan Hoover, 52, faces charges of second-degree domestic assault, kidnapping, unlawful use of a weapon, first-degree sodomy or attempted sodomy, first-degree rape or attempted rape, unlawful possession of a firearm and two charges of armed criminal action...
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