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SCR-I Preschool Screening Set for March 14th

SCR-I Preschool Screening Set for March 14th

Developmental, vision, hearing and health screenings will be conducted on Saturday, March 14, 2015 for children birth to Kindergarten age. Preschool and Kindergarten screenings will be held at the Scotland County R-I Elementary School and will begin at 8:30 a.m. Children who are in the age group of birth to age 2 years 5 months […]

Philpot, Means to Wed in Louisiana

Philpot, Means to Wed in Louisiana

David and Marilyn (Lancaster) Means wish to share the wedding announcement of their daughter, Martha Raye, to Nic Philpot of Pineville, LA.  The forthcoming nuptials  will be April 18, 2015 at Gateway Baptist Church in Ball, LA. Martha is the third grandchild of the late Paul and Molly Lancaster. Friends and family are welcomed to […]

Flashback Memories Of Years Spent At GHS (1942-1945)

Flashback Memories Of Years Spent At GHS (1942-1945)

written by Florence Tibbs in 2010 Yes. I can remember my school days at GHS were happy days, and I look back on them with sweet nostalgia. I can remember it was always exciting to hear the first ring of the outside school bell for the upcoming year. The first time I heard it in […]

Milan, Putnam County Leaving Tri-Rivers Conference After 2015-16 Season

Milan, Putnam County Leaving Tri-Rivers Conference After 2015-16 Season

More than 25 years of history and the ensuing loyalty to the rivalries established during a quarter century of competition, just aren’t what they used to be. The Tri-Rivers Conference is teetering in a precarious situation after news that two schools will be leaving the league following next year. On Tuesday, February 17th, during the […]

Valentine Dinner Served by Memphis United Methodist Church Youth

Valentine Dinner Served by Memphis United Methodist Church Youth

by Andrea Brassfield The Memphis United Methodist Church hosted their annual Valentine Meal Fundraiser on Sunday, February 15th. Kathy Gardner, one of the event sponsors, stated “This is a fundraiser that gets our entire congregation involved.”  Volunteers donate food items, decorate and set tables, cook the meals, wash dishes and clean-up. The youth and church […]

SCR-I Elementary Holds 33rd Annual Spelling Bee

SCR-I Elementary Holds 33rd Annual Spelling Bee

Scotland County R-1 held its 33rd annual Spelling Bee on Friday, February 20, 2015 at the elementary school gymnasium. This year’s competition featured two categories. The first category was a competition for second grade students. The second category included students in grades three through six. Students from Gorin R-III Elementary were invited to participate as […]

Culver-Stockton College Announces  Fall Semester Honors Lists

CANTON, MO – Culver-Stockton College announced its Dean’s List and President’s List for the fall 2014 semester. To be named to the lists, students must meet high academic standards established by Culver-Stockton. Local students named to the Dean’s List include: Wyatt Kice, sophomore art education major of Memphis; and Ashley Watson, junior graphic design major […]

Rutledge Ruby Red Hats Travel to Memphis

The Ruby Red Hats of Rutledge went to Memphis to the Pizza Hut.  We invited the Wyaconda Red Hats to join us.  Those attending included hostesses Dorothy Hunolt, Neta Phillips and Charlene Montgomery.  Other members there were Marjorie Peterson, Ruth Ludwick, Bette Wiley and Nancy Jo Waack.  The Wyaconda members there included Lois Humes, Kathy […]

Kristine Reckenberg Named to Dean’s List at St. Louis College of Pharmacy

ST. LOUIS – Kristine Reckenberg has been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. To make the dean’s list, students must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester. She is the daughter of William and Rachel Reckenberg. Reckenberg is a graduate of […]

FFA Week – ‘Go All Out’

FFA Week – ‘Go All Out’

Did you know that in 1947, at a National FFA Board of Directors meeting, the week of George Washington’s birthday was designated as National FFA Week. Today, FFA Week always runs Saturday to Saturday and encompasses Feb. 22, Washington’s birthday. FFA Week is an opportunity for FFA members, alumni and sponsors to advocate for agricultural […]

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