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Log Creek Bridge south of Kingston
With spring approaching and bid openings on schedule for Feb. 19, the old deteriorating Log Creek Bridge south of Kingston on Highway 13 will soon be replaced. Tonya Lohman of the Missouri Department of Transportation said the commission will more than likely choose the lowest bid upon approval at...
Board of Aldermen of the City of Kidder met Feb. 11 for their monthly meeting. Present were Dave McEwen, Ray Garton and Christy Bratcher, along with Mayor Bauer and Code Enforcement Officer, Christy Eden Browder. Alderman Steve Grooms was absent. Under old business, the Kidder Board of Aldermen met...
The Hamilton Board of Aldermen began their February meeting by electing officers to the Hamilton Civic Progress Corporation. Those present were Aldermen Jim Sweiven, Travis Trosper and Fred Moss and Alderwoman Sherria Kavanaugh, along with Mayor Winford Gilliam, acting City Administrator, Allen...
New Executive Vice President/General Manager of GH Telephone
Green Hills Telephone Corporation is pleased to announce that David Adams has assumed the role of Executive Vice President/General Manager. David began working for Green Hills Telephone in May 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. “David has a track record of strong leadership and business acumen. His...
Becket Gas has new owner
“We are very impressed with the way this business has been run and we are especially pleased with the caliber of the staff.” High praise indeed from ThompsonGas Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer George Koloroutis. “Bill and Marsha’s employees demonstrate a passion for what they...
Rodney Owen and his record setting buck
This past October, Rodney Owen, former Braymer resident and cast member of the Outdoor Channels (Dream Season the Journey) harvested the new Caldwell County archery record, with 21 points and gross score of 211-4/8 net 205 1/8 it is number 12 all-time harvested in the state. It will air on the...
Kingston held their monthly board of aldermen meeting on Thursday, Feb. 5. Board members present were Brad Campbell, Karl Kresse and Jerry Prothero along with Mayor Chester Stone, Clerk Debbie Fleming and Water/Sewer Superintendent, David Bethel. Alderman Ron Fleming was absent. Bids were opened...
Pictured left to right:  West Ward Alderman Travis Trosper, Dale Wallace, Fred Moss, and East Ward Alderman Jim Sweiven.
City Administrator Dale Wallace was presented a plaque from Hamilton on his last day on the job, Thursday, January 28th which read: In appreciation to Dale Wallace for seven years of dedicated service as City Administrator for the City of Hamilton, Missouri.  March 2009- January 2016.  
Absentee voting for the April 5, 2016 General Municipal Election will begin on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. The last day to register to vote for this election is Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The County Clerk's Office hours for absentee voting are as follows. Monday through Friday-8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m...
Source: Andrew Zumwalt, 573-884-1690 COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension personal finance specialist Andrew Zumwalt gives three reasons why you should file a tax return even if it is not required. First, you might get a refund of taxes withheld from a paycheck or pension, Zumwalt says...

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