It’s a stormy Monday evening as I write these items, but we could use some rain. Karen and Dave Davis and I had lunch at The Center today. It was chicken nuggets, and they were good.
We have gotten 1 1/2 inches of rain from scattered showers the last two days. That’s great, and maybe we will get some more.
We are having another hot July day with little chance for rain. The few showers in the last few weeks all missed us. My son, Jon, has been watering the garden, but it seems slow to produce.
Brushy Knob General Baptist Church will host the Missouri Association fifth Sunday meeting July 27-28.
Theodosia resident Margie Payton, who celebrates her 91st birthday on July 30, says she’s still overjoyed by the surprise birthday party her friends at Theodosia United Methodist Church threw for h
Ron Felker, shown here with his wife, Tracy, was recently hired as the new pastor at the Mammoth Assembly of God Church on T Highway in Mammoth.
For Kalena Bruce, a fifth-generation cattle farmer in Stockton, finding affordable health coverage under Obamacare hasn’t been easy.
Anyone who knows me knows I’m not a fan of summer. I can just look outside and start sweating. And don’t even get me started on the bugs.
Unfortunately, the drought of 2018 is only getting worse across Missouri, and the effects are starting to hit livestock producers hard.