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2014 Antique Fair Quilt Show Winners Announced

2014 Antique Fair Quilt Show Winners Announced

The quilt show has come and gone for 2014, during the Scotland County Antique Fair.  A wide range of beautiful quilts were exhibited, each unique in their own way.  Ages of exhibitors ranged from 9 years to 102! Pictured here is a quilt exhibited by 102 year old Lena Martin.  Lena has been making quilts […]

Happy Red Hatters Attend Downing Appreciation Days

The Happy Red Hatters of Downing met at the Downing Appreciation Days Park for lunch on Thursday, September 4, 2014. Hostesses were Maudie Oliver and Glenna Ward. Those present were Lena Gallagher, Carol Scurlock, Liz Reel, Arlene Stice, Betty Duncan, Margaret Kinard, Verna Mae Weilbrenner, Bette Herbert, Virginia Mullinix, Louise Newland, Anita Jackson, Marilyn Blessing, […]

Winners Announced for Downing Appreciation Days Tractor Pulls

Winners Announced for Downing Appreciation Days Tractor Pulls

The Downing Appreciation Days tractor pull was held Friday, September 5th. Winners for the various classes included: 4000# Farm Class Evan Cameron, Luray; 2. Miles, Cameron, Luray; 3. Calvin Snyder, Clay 4500# Farm Class Miles Cameron, Luray; 2. Evan Cameron, Luray; 3. Calvin Snyder, Clay, MO 5000# Farm Class Richard Courtney, Kahoka; 2. Tommy Anderson, […]

VFW Ladies Prepare for Visit from District President

At our next meeting on Monday, October 6th at 6:30 p.m., we will host our district president. Please bring a finger food for a snack. If you have not yet paid your dues, please give them to Jo Beth as soon as possible. If any person in need of an outdoor U.S. flag, they can […]

Area Students Named to IHCC Honor Roll

Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the students who were on the college’s academic Honor Roll for the 2014 Summer Term.  To be included on the Honor Roll an IHCC student must be enrolled fulltime and have a grade point average for the term of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. […]

Summer Reading Program Helps Gorin R-III Kickoff Final School Year

Summer Reading Program Helps Gorin R-III Kickoff Final School Year

During the month of July, the Gorin students attended Computer Camp which gave students time to participate in the summer reading program and use the district’s online resources for math and reading. The computer camp and summer reading program was set up to help keep students on track for the next school year.  Many times […]

Illinois Couple Elope to Rutledge Baptist Church

Illinois Couple Elope to Rutledge Baptist Church

Connie Corwin Enger and fiancé John Jones from Morris, IL, eloped to Rutledge to be married in the same church as her parents, Neva (Reynolds) and Nolan Corwin and her grandparents, Zela (Howard) and O. O. “Bo” Reynolds. John’s parents are John “Jack” and Carol (Sadauskis) Jones Jr. of Morris, IL. Pam Ward, sister of […]

Watkins Earns Masters Degree From Northwest

The Office of the Registrar and the Graduate School at Northwest Missouri State University have released the names of students who completed requirements for degrees at the conclusion of the 2014 summer trimester. Riley Dale Watkins of Memphis received a Master of Science degree in  Applied Health/Sport Sciences.

Former Educator Points to Preschool Program’s Success as Factor for Supporting Proposition KIDS Ballot Initiative

Former Educator Points to Preschool Program’s Success as Factor for Supporting Proposition KIDS Ballot Initiative

Proposition KIDS (Keep Improving District Schools) is a measure that will appear on the November 4th ballot for the Scotland County R-I School District. The measure will ask voters to approve a tax increase to pay for the construction and equipping of an Early Childhood Center, a library/media center expansion, and a new band and […]

School Bus Safety Training to be Offered in Memphis

School Bus Safety Training to be Offered in Memphis

School bus safety brings to mind crossing guards and staying seated while the vehicle is in motion. Unfortunately a January 29, 2013 incident has changed that for transportation directors, who now must prepare to deal with situations like the fatal shooting aboard an Alabama School bus. Situations like this one, which witnessed a man board […]

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