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Hamilton City-Wide Garage Sale Day - May 14
The Hamilton City Wide Garage Sale is scheduled for May 14 or the weekend of. If you would like to have your sale listed in the Caldwell County Newspaper and your location placed on our map, call 816-583-2116 and place your ad. Ads will be $10 with a limit of 50 words.
The results of the General Municipal Election of April 5th in Caldwell County are as follows. Only contested races are given on this report, the results of propositions and the passage of road taxes. See the next edition of the Caldwell County News for a full report. Propositions of a continued...
Jury hears the case.
Caldwell County was host to the trial of the century Friday, April 1, when the trial of Miss P. Pig vs Big Bad Wolf of Once Upon A Time was heard by a jury of first graders. Read all the details in this week's edition of the Caldwell County News!
Student art show this weekend at the Polo Community Building!
Come check out the amazing and creative student art work at the county-wide student art show Friday April 8, from 6 to 8 and Saturday, April 9, from 10 to 2 at the Polo Community Building! The show is open to all Caldwell County students, grades K-12. Classes for judging include painting, drawing,...
Morgan Taylor shows us how to use fondant in decorating a cake. She is being ably assisted by Lindsey Adkison.
What would Caldwell County kids know about robots, ear notching pigs, making a cheese ball, horses or making a birdfeeder? If you had an opportunity to be at the third annual Caldwell County Spring 4-H Contest Day, March 20, at the Kingston Nazarene Church, you would have been amazed at the project...
Vietnam Veterans being honored in Jeff City
Greetings Friends of the 8th!  First Ethics Reform Measure Advances to Governor’s Desk (HB 1983) Making good on their promise to make substantive ethics reform a top priority, members of the General Assembly sent legislation to the governor’s desk this week that would help improve the culture at...
Senator David Pearce
This week I introduced Senate Bill 797 to the Senate Transportation and Public Safety Committee, which aims to outlaw the selling, offering or serving of powdered alcohol in Missouri. Powdered alcohol, also called dehydrated alcohol, is a dangerous new ingestible substance. As of 2015, powdered...
Planting season presents special dangers for farmworkers and motorists. Photo by Linda Geist
Source: Karen Funkenbusch, 573-884-1268 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Drivers should pay special attention as they travel rural roads and highways during spring planting time, says University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist Karen Funkenbusch. It’s the time of the year when the rural roads are...
Pond Management Workshop Set for Saturday, April 23
Source: Valerie Tate, 660-895-5123 LINNEUS, Mo. – A pond management workshop is set for 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, April 23, at the University of Missouri Forage Systems Research Center (FSRC) at Linneus. FSRC, MU Extension and the Missouri Department of Conservation sponsor the event. Topics include...
Wait until the soil is ready.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – As the days get longer and warmer, many gardeners are itching to get into the garden. But it’s important to resist this temptation until the soil is ready. “We can very quickly lose years of building soil structure if we work the soil when it’s too wet,” said David Trinklein,...

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