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FIVE YEARS AGO Rural route or street address?  The question has been put to rest by the United States Postal Service in the city of Memphis as official addresses for mail delivered within the city limits have been switched over to the city’s assigned street address. Memphis Post Master Monica March said the process is […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Megan Westhoff, 20, was crowned the 2010 Missouri State Fair Queen on Friday, August 13.  Westhoff received the highest score out of 60 contestants in the competition.   The contestants were judged in areas of Interviews, Speech and Talent and Evening Gown. Westhoff, of Memphis, is the representative of the Northeast Missouri Fair, […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO A vehicle stolen from Scotland County overnight on Saturday was discovered Sunday morning near Edina. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the remnants of a 1999 Chevy pickup were found in a field off a gravel road close to Edina. The truck had been burned and was a total loss. The truck […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO The Scotland County Health Department will host an immunization Clinic on August 12 from 2 p.m.- 5 p.m. There will be new requirements for the 2010- 2011 school year. Immunizations will be available for students entering kindergarten. A new state law requires children entering into kindergarten to have two doses of varicella […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Terry Rush has a new book coming out in August. MVP (Why You Are Valuable in God’s Eyes) is a most encouraging work for any who suffer from deep self-doubt or hang-nail discouragement. “This book will give everyone I know a huge boost of how to find the confidence to overcome challenges […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO With damage to country roads and bridges estimated at $1 million, inclement weather this spring and summer are taking a heavy toll on Scotland County. Unfortunately that may be only a drop in the bucket compared to financial losses expected for agriculture producers due to good ole Mother Nature. The Scotland County […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO A tremendously wet spring gave way to a similar start to the summer. So when the Scotland County Speedway was finally able to squeeze in a race between all of the storms, it did not bode well for the track when car counts were down as was the grandstand attendance, despite the […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO The City of Memphis approved the sale of approximately one acre of land adjacent to Scotland County Hospital to open the way for the construction of a new landing pad for helicopter ambulances serving the Memphis facility. The city council voted 4-0 to approve the sale of the northern portion of the […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Ivy Hauk, a high school junior at Scotland County R-I High School has earned a position on the Missouri high school rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Gillette, Wyoming from July 18th – 24th to compete at the 62nd Annual National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR) in the […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Motorists don’t expect to have to dodge animals inside city limits, and generally most drivers are on the lookout for deer. But on June 17th a Downing man was fortunate to escape a one-vehicle accident with only minor injuries after the car he was driving struck a horse on the west edge […]

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