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During the 2018 flag retirement ceremony hosted by Sampson Masonic Lodge in Theodosia, Girl Scouts and co-leader Virginia Campbell, right, arranged the faded and torn American flags before each was taken to the fire to be retired.
Sampson Masonic Lodge #298 in Theodosia will conduct its fifth annual American flag retirement ceremony beginning at noon Saturday, June 29, at the lodge located on Highway #160 next to Lutie School.  Missouri 155th District Rep. Karla Eslinger will be the keynote speaker. Girl Scouts from Troop #...

During the 2018 flag retirement ceremony hosted by Sampson Masonic Lodge in Theodosia, Girl Scouts and co-leader Virginia Campbell, right, arranged the faded and torn American flags before each was taken to the fire to be retired.
Sampson Masonic Lodge #298 in Theodosia will conduct its fifth annual American flag retirement ceremony beginning at noon Saturday, June 29, at the lodge located on Highway #160 next to Lutie School.  Missouri 155th District Rep. Karla Eslinger will be the keynote speaker. Girl Scouts from Troop #...
The Ozark County Volunteer Library will host a summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories,” for children age 4 and up beginning Monday, June 17, and continuing through Monday, July 29. Volunteer Aletta Moore, who’s coordinating the program, said, “We’re encouraging the children and youth of our...
The Ozark County Volunteer Library will host a summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories,” for children age 4 and up beginning Monday, June 17, and continuing through Monday, July 29. Volunteer Aletta Moore, who’s coordinating the program, said, “We’re encouraging the children and youth of our...

Thornfield artisan blacksmith Jim Davis’ pieces, like this roadrunner, reflect creativity, ornamentation and whimsy.
Blacksmiths were essential members of early Ozarks communities, performing necessary tasks vital to the daily life of settlers. Using anvil, hammer and forge, their skills in heating and shaping metal allowed them to build and repair tools such as plows, wagon wheels, knives and other implements...

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Baptist Hill Cemetery Baptist Hill Cemetery in Elijah will host a potluck lunch at noon Sunday, May 26, followed by a business meeting. Everyone is invited. Donations for cemetery upkeep will be accepted that day; or checks may be made out to Baptist Hill Cemetery and mailed to Mona Brown, 1215...

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Baptist Hill Cemetery Baptist Hill Cemetery in Elijah will host a potluck lunch at noon Sunday, May 26, followed by a business meeting. Everyone is invited. Donations for cemetery upkeep will be accepted that day; or checks may be made out to Baptist Hill Cemetery and mailed to Mona Brown, 1215...

Thornfield artisan blacksmith Jim Davis’ pieces, like this roadrunner, reflect creativity, ornamentation and whimsy.
Blacksmiths were essential members of early Ozarks communities, performing necessary tasks vital to the daily life of settlers. Using anvil, hammer and forge, their skills in heating and shaping metal allowed them to build and repair tools such as plows, wagon wheels, knives and other implements...

Mike Hatcher
Treasure Gallery, at 5566 Highway 160 in Theodosia, will host a book-signing event and music jam at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 25. Local authors Michael Hatcher and Betsy Ritchie will be on hand to sell and sign copies of their books.  Hatcher, founder of Briar Creek, a retreat for pastors and their...

Mike Hatcher
Treasure Gallery, at 5566 Highway 160 in Theodosia, will host a book-signing event and music jam at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 25. Local authors Michael Hatcher and Betsy Ritchie will be on hand to sell and sign copies of their books.  Hatcher, founder of Briar Creek, a retreat for pastors and their...

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