After a closed session, the Tuscumbia R-III School Board Wednesday night, Jan. 20, extended Superintendent Jason Price’s contract into the 2022-23 school year and set his compensation for the 2021-22 school year at $93,930.
Members of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association elected its 2021 leadership at the Missouri Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show. New officers are, from left, seated: Charlie Besher, secretary; Matthew Hardecke, treasurer; Marvin Dieckman, past president; Patty Wood, president; Bruce Mershon, president-elect; David Dick, vice president; standing: Chuck Miller, Region 2 vice president; Deb Thummel, Region 4 vice president; John Shipman, Region 5 vice president; Warren Love, Region 6 vice president; and Traves Merrick, Region 7 vice president. Not pictured is Eric Greenley, Region 1 vice president. (Submitted photo)
Miller elected regional vice president
for Missouri Cattlemen’s Association
Chuck Miller from Eldon is among newly elected leadership for the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association. Miller is the Region 2 vice president.
We got about three inches of snow early Friday morning. The ground was still pretty warm so most of it melted as the temperature warmed slightly above freezing. When we left Thursday evening to go play cards at Jerry and Jim Phillips’ home, the cattle across the road were all huddled together and were gathered under cedar trees. Larry and I talked about that, we bet we were in for a good weather event and sure enough about 5 a.m. Friday morning it started to snow. It snowed on and off pretty much all day Friday and flurries on Saturday and even a few snow flurries on Sunday morning as we were going to church. It’s supposed to be rain sometime this week.