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The Braymer City Council met Dec. 14 in regular session with all council members Connie Keller, Christine Owen, Michelle Haughton and Roger Murray present, Employees present included Tanya Mallory, Greg Prothero, Brandon Kehl and Mandy Youtsey. The council voted to accept the posted agenda, approve...
Gage Swindler of the Pleasant Hill Huslers
At the Caldwell County 4-H Recognition Program Gage Swindler won the following awards: Rookie of the year, Gold Medal at Contest Day, Missouri State Fair Demonstration, and Caldwell County Level 1 winner for Missouri Recognition Award Form. His Level 1 Recognition Award advanced to the Regional...
Source: Tim Baker, 660-663-3232 ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – The 20th annual Great Plains Growers Conference will attract home gardeners and commercial growers from the Midwest and beyond. The three-day conference, Jan. 7-9, 2016, in St. Joseph, will feature knowledgeable speakers from across the country. “...
Pictured: 4-6 Month: Graham Wiederholt, son of Kala and Will Wiederholt and Caden Zorn, son of Elissa and Eric Zorn; 1-Year Old: Addilynn Hughes, daughter of Leeza Siddoway and Derrick Hughes; 0-3 Months: Olive Stark, daughter of Lacy and Guy Stark; and 2 Years Old: Sally Williams, daughter of Ty and Jamie Williams; Sam Williams is sitting on Santa's lap.
As there were not enough contestants under each age category, all babies were winners at the Christmas Pajama Baby Show.   
Braymer Baptist Church - Christmas Eve Candlelight Service - 10 p.m. Braymer Christian Church Children's Program and Candlelighting Service, Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m.   Braymer United Methodist Church Christmas Eve Service at 7 p.m.   Hamilton Federated Church - Children's Christmas Program - 6 p.m...
The city of Kidder held a special meeting November 19 to address issues concerning the city. The main purpose was to interview candidates to fill the vacancy of alderman. Ray Carlton, Dave McEwen and Amanda Nolker were the three applicants. When asked why he wanted to be on the council, Ray Carlton...
Last week, when the House passed reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Schools Act (ESEA), the Wall Street Journal wrote that it was the "largest devolution of federal control" in 25 years. The bill which the Senate should pass tomorrow replaces No Child Left Behind, gives authority back...
The price of eggs, which this year hit an all-time high of nearly $4 per dozen, is coming down as poultry producers rebound from a devastating outbreak of avian flu. “The estimates are somewhere near 50 million total birds lost to the disease. About half of these were egg layers,” said Jeffre...
Extending the life of your Christmas tree
The best part of the holidays for many families is choosing and decorating the Christmas tree. While some people prefer a care-free artificial tree, for others the fragrance of a real tree is the hallmark of the season. If you’re choice is a live tree, it’s important to find one that’s fresh, says...
Joseph (Joey) Nelson pleads guilty in court.
United States Attorney, Tammy Dickinson, for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Braymer man, Garland Joseph “Joey” Nelson, pleaded guilty in federal court to a cattle fraud scheme that the government contends resulted in losses of nearly $300,000 to his victims. Nelson, 21, of...

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