- Team Powrie: The racer, the car and the inspiration (Community Sports ~ 07/01/17)
Life in the fast lane: Young Nevadan POWers to success on local dirt track
(Professional Sports ~ 07/01/17)
All Jaren Powrie ever aspired to be was a race car driver. At just 16 Powrie, who will be entering his junior year this fall at Nevada High School, already has a proven record of success on the Nevada Speedway dirt oval. Since his debut at age 14 heís collected three first place feature victories...
Bombers early barrage buries Griffons, 8-2
(College Sports ~ 07/01/17)
It was rough sledding Friday night as the Nevada Griffons were downed by the Sedalia Bombers 8-2 in a MINK League road contest. The loss snaps Nevadaís two-game win streak as the Griffons fall to 11-14 in MINK-league play (and 11-16 overall). The Griffons reside a distant five games back of the first-place Ozark Generals in the MINK South division, and are just one game up on third-place Jefferson City...
Hard fighting bluegill abundant during summer months
(Outdoors ~ 07/01/17)
Bluegills and kids go together. Usually, the first fish many youngsters catch are either bluegills or sunfish. These summer months are a great time to fish for them in ponds, lakes or streams. Many anglers still experience a great fishing trip by going after these fine eating, hard fighting fish. ...
Robert Alan Bell
(Obituary ~ 07/01/17)
Robert Alan Bell, 45, Sheldon, died June 21, at his home in rural Sheldon. Robert was born July 22, 1971, in Lamar, the son of James Robert Bell, Jr. and Carolyn Sue Hubbard. No services are planned at this time.
Happy Fourth of July!
(Column ~ 07/01/17)
Hi neighbors. Itís difficult to believe that it is time for fireworks again. The years go by more quickly each year it seems. I hope you are part of one of those families that get together for the Fourth of July each year to celebrate Americansí freedoms and commemorate the costs of and joys created by that freedom...
Most Wanted: an old method that still works today
(Column ~ 07/01/17)
Most Wanted: an old method that still works today Most Wanted posters have been used for many years as a way of letting the public know the names of those wanted for committing criminal acts. These posters were often distributed by town marshals and sheriffs, and it was common for bounty hunters to make a living hunting down the wanted. ...
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