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Moose’s Two TDs Turn Around Tale of Two Halves as Tigers Rally Past Rams 21-14

Moose’s Two TDs Turn Around Tale of Two Halves as Tigers Rally Past Rams 21-14

In what proved to be a tale of two halves, Scotland County got a late reprieve courtesy of a questionable fake punt attempt and salvaged a 21-14 victory over Schuyler County to close out the 2014 regular season. The Tigers dominated the first half, taking a 14-0 lead that could have been more except for […]

Red Cross Recommends Increased Iron Intake Prior to Blood Donation

Red Cross Recommends Increased Iron Intake Prior to Blood Donation

Blood donation is a priceless gift, one that most healthy people can give.  But even healthy donors are sometimes temporarily deferred due to low blood iron levels. While an overall well-balanced diet is generally the safest bet for normal iron levels, the American Red Cross recommends eligible donors build up iron levels by eating iron-rich […]

Burgess Receives TSU Foundation Scholarships

Burgess Receives TSU Foundation Scholarships

KatRina A. Burgess, 1997 graduate of Gorin R-III and 2001 graduate of Scotland County R-I High schools is a current student at Truman State University.  She graduated with honors from Moberly Area Community College in May of 2013 receiving the James D. Phelan MACC Foundation Scholarship, Raymond and Lorene Elsbury Scholarship, and the Truman State […]

KATHRYN CURTIS (04/24/1971 – 10/08/2014)

KATHRYN CURTIS (04/24/1971 – 10/08/2014)

Kathryn Y. Curtis, 43, of Milton died at 10:43 P.M. Wednesday October 8, 2014 at the home of her sister in Stockport.  She was born April 24, 1971 in Keosauqua to Jay and Alice Miller Edwards. Kathryn attended Fox Valley High School and worked as a home health aide.  She had lived in Kirksville, MO and Milton. […]

Living Life Over

FIVE YEARS AGO Chills, hmmm’s, uh-oh’s, gasps and a few laughs are in store when Mike Anderson, the Dulcimer Guy, tells and sings spooky Halloween tales October 31st at Scotland County Memorial Library at 10:30 a.m. for children and at the Memphis Cinema at 2:00 p.m. for all ages.  Admission is free to both performances. […]

U.S. Cellular’s $1 Million Calling All Teachers Program Benefitting SCR-I Classrooms

U.S. Cellular’s $1 Million Calling All Teachers Program Benefitting SCR-I Classrooms

U.S. Cellular delivered exciting news to more than 1,747 teachers, including instructors at Scotland County R-I in Memphis, that their classroom projects had been funded through the company’s Calling All Teachers program. This is the company’s fourth time working with philanthropic website DonorsChoose.org and this year funded $1 million in impactful and engaging classroom projects […]

Happy Red Hatters Visit Macon

The Happy Red Hatters of Downing went to Macon, for their October 15, 2014 meeting. Dinner was at AJ’s. Then we attended the musical BINGO the Winning Musical at Maples Repertory Theater. Arlene Stice and Margaret Mobley were hostesses. Those attending were Elizabeth Reel, Virginia Mullinix, Arlene Stice, Louise Newland, Verna Mae Weilbrenner, Carol Scurlock, […]

Wyaconda Church to Host Community Meals

Wyaconda Christian Church will be hosting a Ham and Bean Supper on Friday, October 24, beginning at 5:30 p.m.  This is a free meal open to the community. “It is our hope that everyone will attend and enjoy the fellowship that our church has to offer,” said Sandra Ebeling. “We will be serving ham and […]

Scotland County Senior Nutrition Center

MENU Thursday, October 23 – Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Coleslaw, Peas, Bread, Chocolate Cake Friday, October 24 – Hot Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Buttered Carrots, Strawberry Shortcake/Top Monday, October 27 – Beef and Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Lima Beans, Mandarin Oranges, Wheat Roll, Ice Cream Tuesday, October 28 – BBQ or Plain Meatballs, Cheezy Hashbrown, […]

Scotland County Moving On Program to Meet Oct. 28

The Scotland County Moving On group will be meeting on October 28, 2014 at the Memphis United Methodist Church at 1:30 p.m. A book review will be given over the recently published Brock Community Book. Refreshments will be provided. We extend at invitation to anyone to attend any of our monthly meetings.  This is a […]

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