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Week in Review - November 18-24

Saturday, Nov. 18 Low wages, high rents and lack of available properties are all part of the what has created a scarce local rental housing market according to the Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition. Conway's rental vacancy rate stands at 1.8 percent - but zero percent for two-bedroom units.

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-24 17:51:00

Annual alumni hockey game is Saturday

CONWAY - The 15th annual Kennett High Alumni Hockey Game takes center ice at Ham Arena this Saturday at 6 p.m. and once again, it'll be Alumni versus Alumni. With the preseason moved back a week per NHIAA regulations, Coach Michael Lane's Eagles will not be able to take to the ice to participate in

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Long Mountain: A work of art and engineering

ALBANY - "Rocks, roots and stumps and more rocks, roots and stumps," said Bruce Barrett when asked to identify some of the challenges he and fellow trail-builder Gary Barton faced when creating the recently completed Long Mountain Trail, off Vernon Street in Albany. Using only hand tools and a chain

SUN-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

7th annual Christmas in Bethlehem Festival Dec. 2

BETHLEHEM - The holidays are quickly approaching, which means it's time once again for the seventh annual Christmas in Bethlehem Festival. Nothing will kick your holiday spirit into action faster than an old-fashioned holiday event, and attendance continues to grow at this event each year. Visitors

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Littleton Area Supports Christmas Caring Tree

Ammonoosuc Community Health Services and Littleton Regional Healthcare support the 30th Annual "Christmas Caring Tree Project." It is a joint community effort and includes support from Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Littleton Regional Healthcare, Garnet Hill, Littleton Area Rotary Club member

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS

Gratitude for the beautiful mountains

These seems to be a lot of gratitude around, which is a good thing. I guess part of it has to do with counting our blessings in a time of political and global turmoil. But there is more to it on individual levels. Anyway, here are a couple recent stories of gratitude for the beautiful mountains we l

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-24 18:31:00

Celtic guitar legend Tony McManus in Maine for one performance only

RUMFORD - New England Celtic Arts will present Celtic guitar legend Tony McManus in concert at 49 Franklin in Rumford on Wednesday, Dec. 6, Doors open at 6 p.m. with show at 7 p.m. To find a unique voice on so ubiquitous an instrument as the acoustic guitar is quite an achievement: to do so within a

DAILYBULLDOG.COM - 2017-11-24 14:04:04

Couple raising money to train service dog

Kristen Scott had her first seizure when she was six weeks old. She was diagnosed with epilepsy - grand mal and absent seizures, and as she got older, they became more frequent, and more severe. Still, she was determined not to let the epilepsy stop her from doing everything she wanted to do. She we

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Christian County standing up for public education

On Nov. 21, the Missouri Board of Education held a special-called closed meeting. Eight board members voted while 60 superintendents from Missouri public schools stood outside. The meeting was to discuss the potential termination of Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven, a position hired and fir

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-25 01:05:00

Oh deer: Ozark PD rescue button buck trying to enter gas station

It's archery season and it appears that some deer are smart enough to know it, hiding out in Ozark's city limits. And, one button buck must have gotten a bit hungry, trying to enter the Casey's General Store on West Jackson Street on Nov. 22. "We got a complaint in reference of the deer trying to ma

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 16:16:00

Duck Hunters Urged to Protect Ozarks Lakes

Fellows Lake, Mo. -- Duck hunting season has started around the Ozarks and the Department of Conservation is urging hunters to protect lakes from zebra mussels and invasive vegetation, which are all over the Ozarks lakes. Specialists say there's no silver bullet to eradicated zebra mussels, so the

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-11-24 01:47:20

Netflix show 'Ozark' brings notoriety, but not much business to Lake of the Ozarks resort

Over the last four months, Sheryl Elia has noticed many people come down the winding Outer Drive, get out of their cars and take pictures in front of her sign. Elia is the general manager and one of the owners of Alhonna Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks, which helped inspire the Netflix TV series "O

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-11-24 02:00:05

Food inspections: October, 2017

October 2017 Oldfield Opry, 123 Oldfield Road, Oldfield, 99 Subway #49540, 6809 State Hwy. 14 Ste. D, Clever, 100 Murfin's Market, 6805 State Hwy. 14, Clever, 99 Dollar General Store #3974, 1501 State Hwy. 14 E, Ozark, 99 Iguana Roja, 107 W. Church St., Ozark, 91 Casey's General Store #2901, 6

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 22:00:00

Branson takes work ethic to Columbia College

There were plenty of reasons Ozark High School senior Sidney Branson chose Columbia College. It wasn't just because of the success of the Cougars' volleyball program. "I just had a really good feeling on my visit," Branson said after signing her letter of intent Nov. 8. "Then, when they took me down

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Little follows family tradition to C of O baseball

Ozark High School senior Cade Little is joined by his family and coach Nov. 8 as he signs his letter of intent to play baseball for College of the Ozarks.Jeff Kessinger/Headliner News Cade Little decided to follow in his father's footsteps by picking College of the Ozarks. And the footsteps of his m

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

This week's community calendar

There's always something to do in Christian County - the dozens of events on the Headliner News community calendar are proof of that. Every Week Nixa Senior Center Events The Nixa Senior Center holds a dance at 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Friday for $4. There is a country dance every third Saturday of

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 13:30:00

Jose Ramirez brings Operation Gobble to Avenal families

AVENAL - Local boxer Jose Ramirez and Kings County Supervisor Richard Valle teamed up Tuesday to knock out hunger with "Operation Gobble," a program that provides Thanksgiving turkeys to local families in need. "I want to extend my gratitude to Jose Ramirez and the wonderful organizations that came

HANFORD SENTINEL - 2017-11-23 13:00:00

Two stores evacuated on Thanksgiving due to gas leak

HANFORD - Early Black Friday sales were cut short Thanksgiving evening when a gas leak caused two Hanford stores to be evacuated. Ulta Beauty and Michaels were evacuated due to the gas leak while Target was allowed to remain open for the night, said Hanford Fire Chief Chris Ekk. Ekk said just after

HANFORD SENTINEL - 2017-11-24 18:26:00

New K-9 for Hanford police

HANFORD - At the Hanford City Council meeting Police Chief Parker Sever introduced Argos (formerly Bodo), the police department's new apprehension and drug-sniffing K-9. He said Argos is the first apprehension K-9 the department has ever had. "We're very excited to have this dog here," Sever said. "

HANFORD SENTINEL - 2017-11-24 14:45:00

Commercial leases and developments for Nov. 24

3,624 square feet at 7835 N. Palm Ave., Suite 103 from Park Place Partners LP to Mariner. Kevin Grossman, Nathan Negri, Sam Bogdanovich and Jon Cox were the agents. 1,249 square feet at the northeast corner of Dinuba Boulevard and Riggin Avenue in Visalia from Donahue Schriber Realty Group LP to P

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-23 20:59:00