Chautauqua In The Park

Chillicothe’s 35th Annual Chautauqua in the Park announced

The 35th Annual Chautauqua in the Park will be held September 7-8, 2019 at Simpson Park in Chillicothe, Missouri. This annual event, sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce and the Chillicothe Area Arts Council, and presented by Hedrick Medical Center, has a wide variety of entertainment, activities, artists, crafts, and food. Vendor registration […]

Federal Emergency Management Agency

FEMA hiring disaster recovery workers in Missouri

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has an immediate need to fill temporary positions in Kansas City, Missouri to assist with disaster recovery. FEMA is looking for qualified candidates for a variety of emergency management functions. Currently, posted positions include human resource specialists, emergency management specialists, and procurement specialists. More positions could be available soon. […]

Livingston County Library

Experience A “Universe of Stories” during the Summer Reading Program at the Livingston County Library

Children of all ages are invited to join the Livingston County Library this summer for a ‘Galactic’ good time as the 2019 summer reading program, A Universe of Stories, blasts into action. This summer’s theme explores all kinds of space topics. Reading during summer vacation is important for children to help prevent the “summer slide” […]

Vendor Fair

Vendor fair to be held in Newtown-Harris

The Newtown-Harris school gym will be the location for a Vendors Fair on Saturday, May 25th which is during the Memorial Day weekend. The contact to reserve a booth or for more information is math instructor at the Newtown Harris school, Allison Garcia at 660 794 2245. A variety of local crafters and independent sales […]

Corn in the field

MU Extension agronomist: Stick with corn until end of May

The wet and cold start to this year’s corn planting season bodes poorly for yields, based on research from the University of Missouri Extension. But MU Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold says farmers should not switch from corn to other crops or early maturing corn varieties because of rain-delayed planting. There is still time to get […]