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Sunday, Apr. 19, 2015

Nevada Magazine
Nevada the Magazine 2014 #1
Bronaugh School Board sets forum for Tuesday (04/18/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The Bronaugh R-7 School Board will hold a public forum at 6 p.m., Tuesday, in the Bronaugh High School gym or cafeteria, to gather input on a possible change in grading policy, concerning Alisha Jones seventh-though 12th-grade Bronaugh math classes...
Crime victims walk Monday evening (04/18/15)
Nevada Daily Mail April 19-25 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week and the theme "Engaging Communities. Empowering Victims" presents the opportunity to highlight the diversity of our communities, expand partnerships to serve victims of crime, enhance efforts to meet victims where they are, and empower crime victims as they pursue justice and recovery, noted a press release...
City water water line flushing starts Monday (04/18/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Alliance Water Resources Inc. will start the flushing of water mains in Nevada Monday, April 20. Customers within the area of the flushing and surrounding influence areas may experience some discoloration in their water if usage occurs during the flushing period...
NRTC students compete at SkillsUSA District, State Conferences (04/18/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Twenty-two students of the Nevada Regional Technical Center Chapter of SkillsUSA participated in district competitions in February. The students competed in the following events: Technical Information written tests Advertising Design: Max Daniel, Steven English, Chris Evans, Shelby Haddan, Tommy McQuay, Brett Scott, and Brooklyn Vincent...
Nevada R-5 School District recognizes employees of the year (04/17/15)
City, county declare Crime Victims Week (04/17/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Vernon County and the city of Nevada recognized the issue of crime and the rights of its victims Wednesday morning with the signing of a proclamation naming the week of April 19-25, as National Crime Victims' Rights awareness week...
City, county declare Crime Victims Week (04/17/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Vernon County and the city of Nevada recognized the issue of crime and the rights of its victims Wednesday morning with the signing of a proclamation naming the week of April 19-25, as National Crime Victims' Rights awareness week...
Military encampment at Fort Scott National Historic Site commemorates the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War (04/17/15)
Nevada Daily Mail In April 1865, Union soldiers at Fort Scott could see the end of four long years of a devastating war. Excitement turned to tragedy with news of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton said to the small gathering of people at Lincoln's bedside after his death: "Now he belongs to the ages."...
'Martyr of Liberty' presented Saturday in Fort Scott (04/17/15)
Nevada Daily Mail "Sic Semper Tyrannis" (Thus be it ever with tyrants) were the words that John Wilkes Booth shouted 150 years ago as he leapt onto the stage of Ford's Theater and into the pages of villainy after firing the shot that would claim the life of President Abraham Lincoln. This fateful act took place on April 14, 1865...
NRTC Practical Nursing Program holds open house (04/15/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The Nevada Regional Technical Center Practical Nursing Program will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, April 16, at the Nevada R-5 Bowman Building. Those interested in learning more about the nursing field or applying for the program are welcome to attend. ...
Hume schools weigh impact of state moves (04/15/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Recent legislative actions, or in one case, lack of action, may bode well for the Hume R-8 School District. That was the feeling of Superintendent David Quick, following the recent Missouri Association of School Administrators' Conference that took place March 30...
Springfield band returns for Thursday concert (04/15/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The city of Nevada welcomes local and out-of-town musicians to perform at local events and venues, even holding a musical event each week during the summer in the annual Music Marathon on the Square. But Thursday, Christ's Church on Main Street will welcome a group which has rarely performed since 2009, after experiencing success across the nation and even internationally...
Twelve years of dedication conjures music scene revival (04/15/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The tides have turned for musicians from the Nevada area. Local artists, bands, and musicians have been branching out for more than 12 years, and now fruition is upon the local music scene. It is no accident that the upcoming weekend, April 16, 17, and 18, will be a musician reunion for many of the bands that have relocated in pursuit of success. The weekend will spread across several genres of music and will land at two area venues...
Dancing With Our Stars Nevada Missouri Style fills auditorium (04/14/15)
Tied council election to be resolved Monday (04/14/15)
Nevada Daily Mail When the Nevada City Council vote was tallied Tuesday, one of the two open seats on the council was decided with Jayne Novak having been re-elected to the Nevada City Council with 169 votes. The second open seat was to go to the candidate with the second highest vote total, however, Ryan Watts and Michael Brown ended the day tied for second with 152 votes, and Annie Daugherty a distant fourth with 115 votes...
Sheriff re-starts inmate work day for 2015 (04/14/15)
Nevada Daily Mail With the weather warming up, Vernon County Sheriff Jason Mosher said he has started the inmate workday program for this year. Inmates were taken out to pick up trash on 54 Highway just west of Nevada Friday afternoon. "It's a great way for the inmates in our jail to have a chance to give back to the community," said Mosher...
Bronaugh High School holds Prom (04/14/15)
Nevada Daily Mail Bronaugh R-7 high school held their junior-senior prom, with the theme "Rave Beneath the Waves," Saturday night, with students arriving by a variety of transportation methods, from antique or sports cars to a John Deere tractor and the cab of a semi. The 17 couples then participated in the event which included dancing, entertainment and a coronation through the evening...
Citizen's Police Academy tours Sheriff's Office in second week (04/11/15)
Nevada Daily Mail In our second week of the Nevada Police Department's Citizens Police Academy, we learned about a different entity in Vernon County's law enforcement. Vernon County Sheriff Jason Mosher led the session held at the Sheriff's Office Wednesday evening, telling the class about the department and building, which also houses the county jail and the Western Missouri 911 Dispatch Center...
Moss House pursues grant for new facility (04/11/15)
Nevada Daily Mail With the 25th anniversary of the Moss House approaching on July 1, Martha Sanders, executive director of the home for battered women and families, began preparations for the future by asking the Vernon County Commission to sponsor them in a Community Development Block Grant application...
New Sheldon leaders cannot be sworn in (04/11/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The tie in the Nevada City Council election Tuesday left county and city leaders trying to determine what steps they need to take to resolve the issue. But while the tie was in the Nevada municipality, other cities such as Sheldon were impacted as well...
Rotary program provides flags for holidays (04/11/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The Nevada Rotary Club recently kicked off The Nevada Rotary Patriotic Project which will help homeowners who would like to display a U.S. flag at their residence on five federal holidays each year and not have to worry about putting it up and taking it down, or maintaining the flag. And at the same time supporting the programs the Nevada Rotary Club provides for the youth of the community...
Election Day complete, but with challenges (04/10/15)
Nevada Daily Mail While the polls closed at 7 p.m., Tuesday, for the April election in Vernon County, that was just part of the election process that began with weeks of preparation, while the final results continued to be tallied through the week. Although county clerk Mike Buehler said overall the election went fairly smoothly, he added it was not without a variety of "hiccoughs" that made it interesting...
'Always a Bridesmaid' -- comedic tour de force (04/10/15)
Nevada Daily Mail "Round up the troops and sober up the preacher!" We have a wedding to attend! The Hoffman Financial Resources sponsored play, "Always a Bridesmaid" is set to debut this weekend and you don't want to miss out on the nonstop hilarity the talented cast brings to the stage. ...
Lions Club Pancake Breakfast Saturday (04/10/15)
Nevada Daily Mail The annual tradition of the Nevada Lions Club pancake day returns Saturday, April 11, at St. Mary's School, located at 330 N. Main, with the event beginning at 7 and going until 11:30 a.m. The Nevada Lions Club formed in 1924 and actively serves its community with ongoing programs to support local organizations and activities...
Election Day in Vernon County (04/08/15)
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