Category: People & Living

February 25, 1993 • The Tarkio Chamber of Commerce elected its new officers for the upcoming year. These officers are President Craig Livengood, Vice-President Kathi Irvine, Secretary Regena Irvine, and Treasurer Nancy Kyle. • Tarkio Elementary and Jr. High students…

February 19, 1943 Seven Atchison County women (four from Rock Port) were in the class of fifteen for whom commencement exercises were held at the First Baptist Church in Maryville Wednesday evening of this week for the nurses’ aides class…

  John and Marilyn Wilcox celebrated 54 years of wedded bliss at the Valentine’s Day celebration Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at Tarkio Rehabilitation and Health Care. The Tarkio Rehabilitation and Health Care residents celebrated Valentine’s Day with a delicious meal…

  Pleasant View Nursing Home announced their Resident Valentine’s Day Royalty on the sweetest day of the year, February 14.  Pictured are Pleasant View’s Valentine’s Day King and Queen, King Delvin Bryant and Queen Sharon Johnson. The Valentine’s Day celebration…

By Leona Ray Recording Secretary Fairfax Sorosis met on February 5, 2018, at MDT Woodworks LLC in Fairfax, Missouri. We browsed around the store, viewing the merchandise and selection of things you can make in one of their workshops or…

Approximately 800 candidates received degrees during commencement ceremonies held Saturday, December 16, 2017, at Missouri University of Science and Technology. The university awards bachelor of science, bachelor of arts, master of science and doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. Tarkio, Missouri’s,…

Submitted by Kay Gibson The Watson Quilters met Thursday night with Linda Viets, Frances Nahkunst, Fran Phillips, Tammy Oakes, Donna Whelan, Makayla Oakes, Holly Holmes, Anita Armstrong, and Kay Gibson attending. We made some of the little hats ’cause everyone…

Submitted by Pastor David Wynn, First Christian Church, Tarkio, Mo. Valentine’s Day is this week. A wonderful holiday, celebrated in many different ways around the world, and steeped in tradition. Here are just a few: Hundreds of years ago in…

The Rock Port Food Pantry is currently low on the following items: Potatoes, stuffing, pancake mix, syrup, pasta, cooking oil, cereal, shampoo, dish soap, and laundry soap. Items can be brought to the Rock Port United Methodist Church and placed…