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    Eldon municipal court to move to Tuscumbia
    Eldon Municipal Court will be moving. The Eldon City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday night (Alderman Bryon Hull absent) to proceed with plans to move the municipal court to the Miller County Circuit Court in Tuscumbia.
    WOW
    Eldon South School third graders Ariana Chandler (left) Rylea Tye were watching different stages of the eclipse in paper plate and eclipse glasses they made themselves Monday, Aug. 21. (Photo by Tammy Witherspoon)
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    BRUMLEY CHRISTIAN
    BLAINE’S BULLETIN
    On Monday, Aug. 21, the continental United States experienced a solar eclipse. However, Missouri’s Third Congressional District is one of a few areas across the country that witnessed a total blackout of the sun, leaving only the sun’s atmosphere, called the corona, visable.
    ENON
    Those present for supper and swimming at the home of David and Jane Jones Sunday evening were David and Diane Ott, Debbie, Mason, Jack and Will Lake, Trevor Kurdi, Perry and Susie Gorrell, Madison Oliver, Jack Baladenski, Tim, Donna, Austin and Gavin Roe, Crystal, Faith and Michael Ashley, Andy, Kelsey, Nolan and Lydia Ott.
    HIGH POINT AREA NEWS
    Beverly Meyer, Priscilla Richey and Wanda Potter attended the State Fair Wednesday.
    MARY’S HOME AREA NEWS
    Mary Berendzen and sister, Susan Atkinson, went to Sarah Custis’ daughter Lauren, to pick peaches at Eckert’s in Illinois.
    MT. HERMAN AREA NEWS
    What an awesome sight to see Monday, when the moon was totally over the sun. We watched the great coverage on TV. They covered several different towns. I hope everyone took advantage to watch the once in a lifetime event taking place.
    ST. ELIZABETH AREA
    Wednesday, Aug. 16, St. Elizabeth School opened for the 2017-2018 school year. There are 265 children enrolled, including Pre-K through Seniors.
    Sunshine Gals meet
    Sunshine Gals of St. Anthony met Thursday, Aug. 17, in the St. Anthony Parish Hall. Delphine Dickneite, president, called the meeting to order at 11:40 a.m. The group said the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Mary Ann Lindenbusch gave the devotional using a mediation on the Lord’s Prayer.
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker news
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker met Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 at the Pulaski County Health Department, 101 12th St., with Leader Linda residing. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. The KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly) Pledge was said. Joy, Gladys, Juanita, Nancy and Vernetia followed by the TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Pledge.
    Women’s conference Oct. 21 at Eldon FBC
    “What kind of garbage are you carrying?” is the key question of a women’s conference Saturday, Oct. 21 at Eldon First Baptist Church. The conference is from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and registration is open until Sept. 24.
    Eldon Nursing and Rehab news
    Hello everyone and happy great American eclipse day! I normally write this article Monday morning, but I really wanted to include my thoughts and opinion on the eclipse today. It was more than I could have ever imagined. I thought it was beautiful from the beginning to the end.
    Four BWI arrests made during sobriety checkpoints
    A sobriety checkpoint operation Saturday at the Lake of the Ozarks netted four arrests for boating while intoxicated.
    Stay Strong, Stay Healthy program comes to Eldon
    Would you like to improve your strength, flexibility and balance? University of Missouri Extension’s Stay Strong, Stay Healthy strength training program does all this - and more!
    Program helps individuals increase
    activity and reduce fear of falling
    For older adults concerned about falling and restricting their activities, A Matter of Balance offers help.
    Ready for the eclipse
    The students in Mrs. Piggott's elementary classroom in Iberia made special hats to wear for the nearly-total solar eclipse Monday, Aug. 21.
    Daybreak Rotary gives away $48,500
    The Lake Ozark Daybreak Rotary held its annual Charity Reception Thursday, Aug. 17 at Willmore Lodge to distribute funds to lake area charities from the proceeds of Winterfest and the car drawing.
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