September 29, 1966
It is now required to apply for a new state approved identification card to purchase liquor. Applications will be accepted in Rock Port at the office of Sheriff Charles Stevens, located in the Courthouse. It will cost $1.50 if the card is approved.

September 30, 1976
Carl Kleppinger, chairman of the board of directors, announced four new promotions. Betty Gebhards- assistant cashier, Ann Husing- assistant vice-president and comptroller, Helen Fehrman- customer service, and Jack Kelly- assistant vice-president and cashier.

October 2, 1986
State Farm Insurance is proud to announce that Bill Andrews is their new Rock Port agent. Bill is the former high school principal of Rock Port.
Mrs. Charlene Steele is retiring after spending the greater portion of her adult life educating young children. As a young girl Charlene taught at Nishnabotna school. In the fall of 1966, Mrs. Steele, Superintendant E.R. Dalrymple, and Mrs. Lavona Reid set up the very first public kindergarten in the Rock Port system, classes being held in the Langdon School.

October 3, 1996
The Clay Pot is getting new owners. Lyndia and Butch Schomburg have purchased the Clay Pot from Mr. & Mrs. Ted Harmon.
Skeets Body Shop is now open for business. Skeet Schoonover is the owner. The body shop is located on Country Club Drive.

October 5, 2006
Pvt. Jacob Wyatt, of Rock Port, recently graduated from basic combat training for the Missouri Army National Guard. Wyatt enlisted in the National Guard in April of 2006 and departed for Fort Jackson, S.C. in May for basic training. Wyatt is the son of Doug Wyatt and Debra Wyatt.