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Anna Stewart (right), age 3, getting her face painted by Clopton High School Cheerleader Jessica Barnes (left).

Area children enjoy a breakfast with Santa

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 10:08 am

Sixty participants enjoyed Christmas activities at the annual Clopton Parents As Teachers (PAT) Breakfast With Santa event held Saturday, Dec. 6. The event, held in the Clopton cafeteria, was co-sponsored by the Clarksville United Methodist Church. Sandi Lingua, PAT parent educator, Elementary Principal Linda Henderson, along with Debra Smith, Martha Hipes, Barb Meyer, Betty Hooten, Linda Frank and Bobbi Fox, coordinated the events which included ornament making, visiting with Santa,

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  • Drama Club performs ‘Beauty’

    Posted on November 26, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    By Elijah Oblinger On Nov. 14 and 15, the LHS Drama Club performed a musical version of the famed Beauty and the Beast, directed by Mr. Micah Gooden and Ms. Teresa Long. People love the movie. Some even know every line, creating very high expectations. Mr. Gooden said, “I have been participating in or producing high school musicals for many years. This is by far the biggest production I have

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  • Attending the Marine Corps Ball

    Posted on November 18, 2014 at 4:35 pm

    Alix Guthrie, Corporal Danny Guthrie, Staff Sergeant Mark Smith and Maria Smith attended the 239th Marine Corps birthday ball on Friday, Nov. 7 at Pechanga Casino in Temecula, Calif. Cpl. Guthrie and Staff Sgt. Smith are assigned to First Maintenance Battalion at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Cpl. and Mrs. Guthrie and Staff Sgt. Smith are all graduates of Louisiana High School. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of Bowling Green High School.

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  • Pike Historical Society members tour wildlife area

    Posted on November 12, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    Several members of Pike County Historical Society toured the Clarence Cannon Wildlife Area near Annada prior to the society’s meeting in Louisiana on Oct. 14. The tour was led by Candy Chambers who described the wetlands, the water pumps and some of the water fowl that was seen as the group traveled through the area in vehicles. The 6:30 p.m.  meeting was held at the Pike Pioneer’s Nutrition Center where

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  • Nienhueser to turn 90

    Posted on November 4, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    Friends and family of a former Bowling Green High School principal will celebrate his milestone birthday with a card shower. George Nienhueser, who became principal of Bowling Green High School in 1959, will celebrate his 90th birthday Nov. 13. Nienhueser has resided in Bowling Green since moving to the community with his family in 1959. Friends and family who want to participate may reach him at his home address: 15541

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  • Applefest Art Show results from annual Clarksville festival released

    Posted on October 29, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    The Raintree Arts Council held its 40th Annual Art Show and Competition on  Oct. 11 and 12. This event was with the  support from the Missouri Arts Council. In the adult divisions 35 artists with 83 works were on display. In the student division there were 237 with Bowling Green Elementary, Frankford Elementary, Clopton schools, Highland Middle School, Highland High School, Area Homeschoolers, Louisiana High School and Logan private Classes

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  • Lewis attends convention

    Posted on October 22, 2014 at 10:18 am

    The National Garden Clubs, Inc. Central Region met at Chaska, Minn. for the Regional Convention. Central Region consists of seven states, most of which border Missouri. Joyce Lewis and other members of Clarksville Garden Club, (past State President, Maisie Keeser) along with Joan Hood of Webster Groves and Karen Blackmore, FGCM Second Vice President of Columbia traveled together. Lewis, Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri President, represented the state at many

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