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Coonfoot & Vicinity

By LOUISE OTT Peeking out the door this early Monday morning, I see our dear Lord is blessing us with no wind and plenty of sunshine. There has also been…

Maxine’s Musings

By MAXINE MORIN I hear that the 10th Street Community Farmers’ Market has some nice fruits and veggies, along with some luscious baked goodies. Usually some organization serves biscuits and…

For-get-me-nots

By GAIL LEAMING I would like to dedicate this article to a few of our teachers. Zelma Hooper, Jean Kersen and Mrs. Nash. I have to tell the story of…

Metzger’s Mutterings

By MELODY METZGER Lamar Democrat Summertime is in full swing and along with it comes all the fun activities that keep us so busy. That is true with the paper,…

Coonfoot & Vicinity

By LOUISE OTT Peeking out the door this early Monday morning I see our dear Lord has blessed us with scattered clouds. Mr. Sunshine is trying to peek through. The…

Sheldon

By DARLENE SHERIDAN The children of Don and Roberta recently hosted a 25th anniversary party for them at the home of Rebecca and Chris Jones, near Lamar. Five of their…

Maxine’s Musings

By MAXINE MORIN Hello folks, it has been a long time since I have typed a column. The family of Edward “Eddie” Martin Morin have sadly experienced a lot in…

Stockpiling tall fescue

By LOGAN WALLACE University Extension Livestock Specialist While most of you are just thinking about how much hay was put up, now is the time to begin planning for wintering…

For-get-me-nots

By GAIL LEAMING I sure am beginning to respect those soldiers who had gangrene in the wars. This is the pits to fight. I am getting better, but sure will…

Metzger’s Mutterings

By MELODY METZGER Lamar Democrat Another week has passed and tomorrow (Friday) I will be taking off for the day to attend a St. Louis Cardinal game at Busch. We’ll…