Employment

Adventures In Learning Childcare: is looking for part time assistants for the afternoons.Must be 18 and pass a Background check. Perfect for high school and college students. For more info call Sharon@ 573-657-9282. Ashland Health Care: Help wanted. One CMT day-shift, Two CNAs, One part-time LPN. Apply in person at 300 S. Henry Clay Blvd.

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Aldermen change financial focus

Moving forward, the Ashland Board of Aldermen attempt to decide the direction of city projects at the October 1 meeting. All bids for the new city hall building were unanimously rejected. “All the bids came in way higher than expectation,” said Alderman Jesse Bronson. The original proposed property for the new city hall building, was

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Ashland’s Fall Festival concludes with great success

The Ashland Fall Festival went off without a hitch all due to the coordination of the parks and recreation board and Chairperson, Tracy Banning. A major crowd pleaser, the Auto Show, pulled in over forty entries many of which were hot rods, older vehicles and motorcycles. Numerous trophies were awarded. The car show and day’s

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Oh, what a year!

On Monday, October 7, Ashland Eye Associates held an open house at its Redtail location to celebrate a year of service to the Southern Boone Community. Dr. Jeff Gamble, and his staff set up a nice spread of food and drinks Monday evening, in addition to providing designer sunglasses for raffle. The Southern Boone Chamber

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Artist’s passion is ‘Plein’ to see

The Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance will host the second Boone Plein Air on October 18-20. What is plein air? It is when artists paint outdoors come rain or shine. Up to 30 artists will paint scenes from southern Boone County. These artists are unique, willing to tackle changing light, nature’s elements and hauling painting equipment and

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Nothing but net for Eagles

The Eagles downed Canton on Monday evening 8-0. Southern Boone faced Barstow, a class 1 defending state champion last Saturday. The Eagles took the game 4-1. Head Coach Chris Miller says Barstow was a challenge. “We played really well the second half against a very solid Barstow team that should be a favorite to repeat

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SoBo defeats Osage on senior night

Seniors were honored Friday night at Eagles Stadium before their football game versus Osage High School. Athletes in the class of 2020 that participate in fall sports and other activities presented roses to their family and were introduced to the fans. The group includes football Seniors Tanner Goodrich, Virgil Miller, Tyson Smith, Tristan John, Braden

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Quite a catch

While fishing recently at the Missouri River, Hartsburg resident Danny McKee landed a whopper of a catfish. McKee reports that when he went to weigh the fish, either it broke his scale or the scale reached its maximum weight capacity. The exact weight of the catfish is therefore, unknown, but McKee’s daughter, above, is smaller

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Tigers dealing with injuries as Homecoming arrives

Missouri rolled to another dominating win on Saturday, 42-10 over Troy at Faurot Field. But it came at cost, as star linebacker Cale Garrett was lost for the season with a torn pectoral muscle. Also, quarterback Kelly Bryant had an injury scare, but he sounds like he’ll be able to play next week, although it’s

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October’s Brilliant Arrival

With October’s arrival, it is the power of air that shapes the pattern of movement on the land. For days, the air seems to stop moving altogether. To hang dry and heavy around all that it touches. To steal energy and drive good intentions back indoors in search of cool, conditioned air. At night, spiders

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