[SeMissourian.com] Overcast ~ 39°F  
High: 44°F ~ Low: 39°F
Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017

Nevada Magazine
Nevada the Magazine 2014 #1
Ice creates few problems for the area (01/17/17)
MU Extension election ends Feb. 3 (01/17/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com Vernon County residents have until Feb. 3 to cast their votes for candidates for the Vernon County University of Missouri Extension Council. Of the 16 elected members of the Extension Council, eight seats are being decided in this election...
Presidential inaugurations (01/17/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com Friday will see the 58th inauguration of a United States president. As Ronald Reagan said during his 1981 inaugural address, "Few of us stop to think how unique we really are. In the eyes of many in the world, this every-four-year ceremony we accept as normal is nothing less than a miracle."...
Hume R-8 plans 2017-18 pre-school changes (01/17/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com The Hume R-8 school board voted to continue funding the pre-school for the 2017-18 school year with several changes. Pre-school enrollment in 2017-18 will be limited to 10 students, and only one teacher. Current enrollment is 12 students with two staff...
Hume R-8 plans 2017-18 pre-school changes (01/17/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com The Hume R-8 school board voted to continue funding the pre-school for the 2017-18 school year with several changes. Pre-school enrollment in 2017-18 will be limited to 10 students, and only one teacher. Current enrollment is 12 students with two staff...
Waiting for the storm to arrive (01/13/17)
Nevada R-5 plans day of service to community (01/13/17)
ndmeditorial@gmail.com The Nevada R-5 School District is tentatively planning to take the district's April 17 professional development day and use a part of it to give back to the community. "Take three or four hours, and have district staff do whatever needs to be done to give back to the community for the support we get from the community," Nevada R-5 Superintendant Tyson Beshore told the R-5 Board of Education during its Wednesday night meeting...
Sheldon aldermen hear about demolition grant (01/13/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com Kristi Kelley and Ashley Swartz from Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission attended the Sheldon board of aldermen meeting Thursday evening to report on the city's recent unsuccessful application for a Community Development Block Grant to demolish dilapidated buildings around the city...
Ambulance district considers loan for energy efficiency (01/13/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com The Vernon County Ambulance District board of directors approved moving forward with a loan application for the Missouri Department of Economic Development, Division of Energy at a special meeting Tuesday evening...
Even though people have differences, they are all fellow humans (01/13/17)
Hi neighbors. Monday we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A day to remember that peaceful unity is the way to maintain not only a strong nation, but also a strong global humanity. http://www.thekingcenter.org/ is the web page for The King Center in Atlanta, Ga. Here are some comments from that page...
Working with the commissioners on the 2017 budget (01/13/17)
The first couple of weeks in January is when all the elected office holders meet with the commissioners to discuss and set their budgets for the year. The first time I sat through a budget meeting, one of the commissioners jokingly told me this would be "initiation by fire." I had already talked with other sheriffs across the state before my first budget meeting and had heard some very troubling stories about the arguing and fighting that went on between sheriffs and their commissioners...
Cherry, 2017 NHS Mat Warming Queen (01/13/17)
Casey Anders to get new judge (01/13/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com On Monday, Nevada attorney Nicholas Swisher, filed for Missouri's Supreme Court to appoint a new judge to hear the case of Casey G. Anders, from Walker, charged in last May's death of Brendan Moreland at the Cozy Court apartments...
Sheldon R-8 superintendent salutes board (01/13/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail January is school board appreciation month and first year Sheldon superintendent, Jason Irwin, preceded Wednesday's meeting by providing the board with a meal. "My predecessor, Tim Judd, started this and I think it's a good way to show not just my appreciation but that of the whole district," Irwin said...
Dressing for Dad Boutique needs dresses (01/11/17)
Tuesday afternoon fire near race track (01/11/17)
Bronaugh aldermen approve loan payoff (01/11/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com Monday night's meeting of Bronaugh's Board of Aldermen approved the early payoff of a $55,000 loan and set the pay for the new individual, they hope will run the city's water and sewer system. As part of her monthly financial report to the board, city treasurer, Ann Loudermilk, mentioned a certificate of deposit was coming due on Tuesday...
Extension council approves budget (01/11/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com The Vernon County University of Missouri Extension Council discussed minor changes to the proposed 2017 budget Monday evening at the Neal Senior Center. "We don't have anything in the red this year," Extension Council chairperson Leslie Carrol-Bartlett said...
Boy Scout Leaders three-peat title (01/10/17)
gfranklin.nevadadailymail@gmail.com The 100th annual Girl Scout Cookie sale season kicked off Friday, and to celebrate, dozens of Girl Scouts, their families and friends gathered in the home ec building at the Vernon County Fairgrounds to have fun and watch teams of people chow down on Girl Scout Cookies...
Budget hearings for coroner, county clerk and prosecutor (01/10/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com The Vernon County Commission is hoping to finalize and adopt its 2017 budget this week. "We are grateful to every office for the way each came in prepared for the budget hearings and were conservative in their revenue projections and expenditure requests," said presiding commissioner, Joe Hardin...
Breckenridge announces first woman clerk of supreme court (01/10/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com Following her humorous tribute to retiring Presiding Circuit Court Judge James Bickel, the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court, Patricia Breckenridge was asked about the content of her impending State of the Court address to the Missouri General Assembly, later this month...
The best cookie crunchers are the Boy Scout dads (01/07/17)
Students prepare for career in health services (01/07/17)
NRTC The health science program at Nevada Regional Technical Center prepares students for a future in the health care industry. Work-based learning allows students the opportunity to see how classroom and lab instruction develop the technical skills they will put to use. The focus of the program is for students to earn their CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant) and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) certifications by the end of the school year...
County commission holds hearings on sheriff's budget (01/07/17)
jbrann.ndm@gmail.com Prior to the start of the three-hour hearing for the sheriff's office and jail budget, Vernon County Sheriff Jason Mosher gave an update on the first batch of prisoners from Springfield, being housed at Nevada. "We sent out two prisoner transports on Tuesday, one to Springfield and the other to Taney County, to pick up city of Springfield prisoners," Mosher said. "They brought back a total of 18 prisoners whom we booked into our jail."...
Dressing for the Father-Daughter Dance (01/07/17)
Nevada Daily Mail Looking for a place to donate those extra dresses that have been outgrown or not worn in a while? Consider donating them to the Father-Daughter Dance Dressing for Dad Boutique. We are currently taking dresses, shoes and jewelry. The dress exchange will be held January 21st at the Franklin P. Norman Community Center from 9 am to 12 pm. We will accept donations between now and the boutique at the community center...
Submit A Community Calendar Item
Organization/Club/Business:

Event:

Date:

Time:

Location:

Cost: