Category: People & Living

Submitted by Beverly Clinkingbeard Though Westboro School building is a pile of rubble, memories are quite alive and intact. There are stories, laced in humor, with some, far-fetched, and others, downright astonishing. The creativity of youth and absence of thought…

The Tarkio Rotary Club was pleased to have some members of the 2018-2019 Interact Club of Tarkio High School in attendance at their meeting on Tuesday, September 11, 2018. Pictured are, from left to right: front row – Interact Student…

Pictured is Tommi Lee Martin with Lion Richard Warner and Lion Maggie Elder. Submitted by Lion Linda Peregrine The Westboro Lions Club met September 10, 2018, at the Westboro Fire Station. Special guests, Lion Richard Warner of Graham Lions Club…

Submitted By Kay Gibson The Watson picnic will be September 29 at the Watson Park at 5 p.m. In case of rain, it will be moved inside the community building. The Village will have drinks and plates, so bring a…

Aaron Griffin, a sergeant with the Department of Public Safety’s Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Division, has been selected the department’s September 2018 Employee of the Month. He is the son of Stan and Janet Griffin of Rock Port, Missouri.…

Cherrie Beam will be in character as “Mariah Monahan,” an immigrant to Nebraska from Ireland in the mid-19th century, at the BFAA’s 2018 annual dinner meeting. The Brownville Fine Arts Association will hold its annual meeting and dinner event (free…

Family and friends of St. Oswald’s in the Fields Episcopal Church of rural Skidmore, Missouri, return each fall for a special service. This year’s celebration is the 121st Harvest Festival and will be held on Sunday, October 7, beginning at…

The Tarkio city workers would like to remind everyone that ONLY yard waste is allowed at the brush pile on South 3rd Street in Tarkio. Dumping anything else is illegal and the dumpers face hefty fines. If you see anyone…