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FIVE YEARS AGO In today’s workforce, a lot of folks put the miles on their vehicles driving to and from work. But a Kentucky family that passed through Scotland County last weekend may have the record for the longest commute to the job place. Marvin and Debbie Carlton and their son Jesse are currently en […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO The Memphis Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual customer appreciation breakfast this Saturday, April 17th.  MACC members will host Pancake Day at the Memphis Fire Station beginning at 7:00 a.m.  The meal will be served until 10:00 a.m. Area merchants and business owners will join forces to cook pancakes, eggs, […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Local residents interested in helping protect local rivers and streams will have an opportunity to receive training in May to become part of the forming Scotland County Stream Team. Free training will be available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) at the Macon Office on Saturday, May 15th. DNR teams […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Area residents will have a wide variety of opportunities to celebrate the Easter season in Scotland County courtesy of efforts of a number of churches, businesses and community groups. The Wyaconda Christian Church will host a Maundy Thursday Service beginning at 7:00 p.m. Guests are asked to enter via the basement as […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO The Rural Trauma Team Development Course ® (RTTDC) was presented at the Scotland County Hospital in Memphis recently. This newly developed curriculum for rural hospitals was authored by members of the Rural Trauma Committee of the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma. The 3rd edition of the course was piloted in […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Traditionally tornado drills are used to remind students how to protect themselves or employees where to go in case of an evacuation. But Thursday’s statewide severe weather drill proved even more valuable for the City of Memphis, which learned its new warning siren was not functioning properly. Shortly after the 1:30 siren […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Patrons that have found it hard to break the habit of traveling to the southwest corner of the Memphis square to pay their utility bills; will soon be able to do so once again, well that is if they are U.S. Cellular customers. Local agent Scott Wickert recently finalized an agreement with […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO Neighbors helping neighbors… That is the motto for the Scotland County Cancer Society. The local charity group will host a benefit ham and bean supper and auction on Saturday night in hopes of doing just that. Neighbors will have the opportunity to help neighbors by attending the free-will offering supper and sticking […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO “Time Goes On” will be the theme for the 2010 Scotland County Antique Fair, and so too will the education of a couple local high school graduates thanks to the committee. The not-for-profit Scotland County Antique Fair Committee recently announced it will offer two $250 college scholarships to a pair of 2010 […]

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FIVE YEARS AGO The H1N1 flu that sickened thousands of Missourians last fall still presents a potentially serious health threat, despite the public perception that the flu pandemic is over. While hospital emergency rooms are no longer being overwhelmed with flu patients, people are still becoming ill with the flu.  So far this flu season, […]

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