Closed for business
(Local News ~ 07/26/06)
By Ralph Pokorny Nevada Daily Mail The stress on the faces of those arriving for duty at city hall on Wednesday was evident as they made their way inside. Hours earlier, at a Griffon's game on Tuesday, the families of some city employees who no longer had jobs worried about the future, going on with daily life after getting the bad news -- 30 positions were eliminated from the city's employment rolls. ...
Pecan crop looking healthy
(Local News ~ 07/26/06)
By Colette LeFebvre Nevada Daily Mail In a recent press release the Missouri Pecan Growers Association, stated that last year in 2005 Vernon County had an "excellent" pecan crop and this year's outlook seems to be very bright. "Nearly 2.5 million pounds of pecans were harvested in Vernon and Bates counties last season." stated the recent press realease...
Motor fuel demand and prices remain strong in July
(State News ~ 07/26/06)
Nevada Daily Mail JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- On July 17, the average retail price for regular gasoline in Missouri was $2.86 per gallon, an increase of more 21 cents from last month and 68 cents higher than this time last year, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Energy Center's Energy Bulletin...
- Let the game begin (Local News ~ 07/26/06)
Aidan Maddox Ryan
(Births ~ 07/26/06)
David and Crystal Ryan, Nevada, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Aidan Maddox Ryan. Aidan was born at 4:30 p.m., July 22, 2006, at Nevada Regional Medical Center. He weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces, and measured 19.5 inches. Paternal grandparents are Steve and Anita Ryan, Nevada. Paternal great-grandparents are Ray and Donna Ryan, Nevada. Great-great-grandparent is Eunice Doelling, Nevada...
Improving streets for another five years
(Column ~ 07/26/06)
At one time the streets in Nevada were horrible. There were many chuck holes, causing damage to the cars, and there were a great number of complaints. While there are always constant complainers, there has been a big change in recent years with the street improvements that have occurred...
The Way it Was
(Editorial ~ 07/26/06)
100 years ago Train is in lake SPOKANE, Wash. -- At least seven lives were lost, seven persons were seriously injured and a score of others sustained cuts and bruises in a wreck of the fast mail train on the Great Northern a mile and a quarter east of Camden, Wash., 35 miles east of Spokane, late yesterday afternoon, when the locomotive, mail, baggage and smoking cars left the rails emerging from a tunnel and plunged over the 70 foot embankment were submerged in the water of the Diamond Lake...
Griffons squeeze out victory
(Community Sports ~ 07/26/06)
By Joe Warren Nevada Daily Mail NEVADA, Mo. -- A squeeze play with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning scored the winning run as the Nevada Griffons posted a 6-5 come from behind victory over the El Dorado (Kan.) Broncos Tuesday. On Nevada Daily Mail night at Lyons Stadium, Scott Dunwoody laid down a perfect bunt to score Eli Rumler from third with the winning run, ending a topsy-turvy game between the Jayhawk League rivals...
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