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Woman killed in two-vehicle crash

A Silva woman (formerly of Fredericktown) was killed and three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash, Nov. 17 on Highway 72 in Cape Girardeau County. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, the accident occurred at 6:15 p.m., Friday, two tenths of a mile west of Cape Girardeau Coun

DAILY JOURNAL

Crowds gather for big sales

As many people were still enjoying turkey with all the trimmings shoppers began lining up at stores in Farmington like JCPenney and Walmart to take advantage of "Black Friday" sales. The aisles were filled with stacks of merchandise surrounded by customers waiting for the workers to open the package

DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 02:00:00

A 'Giving Thanks Classic' weekend

Chris Morrison State Farm Agency's second annual "Giving Thanks Classic" will be taking place Friday and Saturday in the Bob Sechrest Field House on the Mineral Area College campus, with all proceeds from the basketball games going to a local training program for people with autism. "The event start

DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 00:45:00

Santa Claus is coming to town

In just ten days, the court house square will be turned into a Christmas wonderland for the Madison County Miracles on Main Street event. The four main streets around the Courthouse Square will be filled with crafts, vendors and activities for all, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., Dec. 2. Many activities ha

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Quest Club holds November meeting

The November Quest Club Meeting was held at the United Methodist Church. President Joan Whitener welcomed Friday Club members who were our special guests for the evening. The meeting was called to order. The Pledge and Club Collects were recited, reports given and several issues discussed. A meal wa

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Wool applique holiday candle mat

Are you interested in learning wool applique? Join local textile artist Mary Parish as she walks through the basics of wool applique. This program, offered through MU Extension Madison County, will be Dec. 8, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The pattern, written instructions and a kit will all be supplied. Stu

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BOGO celebrates five years of giving back

Some people measure success by the type of car they drive, the house they live in or the clothes they wear. Others think success is directly proportional to the amount of money they make. But for some, success is not what you receive, it's what you give back. If the latter is the true definition of

DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 11:30:00

Watch what you feed your pets at Thanksgiving

As families prepare for their Thanksgiving celebrations this week, they may not be thinking of their pet and what could be potentially harmful to them. While sharing scraps from your Thanksgiving meal may be a treat for your pet, it may also be doing more harm than good. Farmington Animal Hospital V

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Remembering that "slow" big-game opener ... or was it?

A distant shot echoed through the woods last Saturday morning - a starting gun signifying opening day of the Southern Zone big game regular season. The forecast called for massive amounts of rain with wind and we hoped the weather predictions were wrong. It was in the 30s temperature-wise and we won

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-22 17:03:28

Osceola will see no tax increase in 2018

OSCEOLA - Osceola Township Supervisor agreed to advertise the proposed budget for 2018 with no tax increase during the Nov. 9 meeting. The proposed budget will be available for inspection by the public for a specified number of day after the advertisement runs. Supervisors announced that paving proj

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

Sherman Woman Killed In Apparent Hunting Accident

Deputies and Sherman firefighters were summoned to the area of 2998 Armenian Road around 5:25 p.m. First responders found 43-year-old Rosemary Billquist of Sherman with a single gunshot wound. She was taken to UPMC Hamot hospital in Erie, Pa., where she died of her injuries, the Sheriff's Office sa

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At Falley Allen, a tavern-plus menu that lands its twists

Lately, Allentown friends have debated whether Allen Street is "becoming Chippewa." The phrase drips with dread, evoking Walking Dead-like bands of late-night drunks drawn to the cookie-cutter commercialism built on the bones of a former arts alley. Drinkers will drink, bless their hearts. But when

BUFFALO NEWS

Borough needs to purchase nutrient credits

Correspondent ELKLAND - Elkland Borough Council met Nov. 8 where they learned that the necessary nitrogen credits was underway. Because the borough nitrogen discharges exceeded of the limits allowed the borough must buy credits to avoid the violation. The borough will need to secure 2,201 pounds wor

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 17:00:00

Allentown Association surveying residents about what they want in the neighborhood

Allentown residents will get a chance to say what the future of Allentown should be. The Allentown Association is urging residents and business owners to complete an online survey on the association's Facebook page - ttp://bit.ly/VisionforAllentown. The survey is broad-based, looking at the entire n

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:45:52

Editorial: Homicide in Allentown raises stakes as rapid growth of neighborhood bars creates instability

Sometimes, a community's growing pains fall into the category of "good problems to have." It doesn't fit in Allentown, at least not in regard to the explosive growth of bars. Residents of one of Buffalo's most charming neighborhoods are sensibly concerned about the number of bars that are springing

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:14:12

Can't afford Thanksgiving groceries? Turning Point has help

BATH, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - If you can't afford the groceries to make a Thanksgiving meal for your family this year, Turning Point in Bath has you covered. Tuesday was the last day for registered families to pick up groceries, but leftovers will be available Wednesday for those who did not register. Vis

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EL CAJON CHALDEAN COMMUNITY HOLDS RALLY CALLING ON U.S. AND IRAQ TO SAVE CHRISTIAN FAMILIES FROM GENOCIDE

November 21, 2017 (El Cajon) -- Some 300 members of El Cajon's large Chaldean community gathered at Prescott Promenade in downtown El Cajon on Thursday afternoon to vent their frustrations that the U.S. government is not doing enough to protect ethnic Chaldean Christians who still live in war-torn I

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Gunman robs Bay Park gas station

SAN DIEGO - A Bay Park gas station was robbed Wednesday, and the suspect remained at large. The suspect entered the ARCO station at 1550 Morena Blvd. at 6:05 a.m., pointed a gun at the cashier and demanded money. He took an unknown amount of money and fled eastbound on Morena Boulevard, according to

FOX5SANDIEGO.COM - 2017-11-23 01:09:46

GROSSMONT COLLEGE OTA STUDENTS USE INGENUITY TO HELP THE DISABLED

November 24, 2017 (El Cajon) - For the past decade, a Grossmont College Occupational Therapy Assistant class has proven that necessity is indeed the mother of invention. To help answer the perpetual question of what an occupational therapy assistant does, students each year put on a fair to demonst

EASTCOUNTYMAGAZINE.ORG - 2017-11-24 09:23:37

TWO TREATED FOR SMOKE INHALATION AFTER FIRE IN LA MESA

Photo courtesy of ECM news partner 10 News November 23, 2017 (La Mesa) - A fire on Thanksgiving morning caused $250,000 in damage to a home and its contents in the 3800 of Carbo Court in La Mesa. According to ECM news partner 10 News, Karla Fierro and her boyfriend helped her three children escape

EASTCOUNTYMAGAZINE.ORG - 2017-11-24 03:38:23