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    Four injured in crash as driver flees from deputies
    Four persons were injured in a one-vehicle crash that involved a pursuit by Miller County Sheriff’s Deputies at 2:52 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6 on Cotton Road near Barnhart Drive in Miller County.
    Shop local to win with The Advertiser
    Area residents can shop local and win this holiday season.
    Make sure you received your tax bill
    Miller County Collector Bill Harvey reminds everyone that real estate and personal property tax bills were mailed out Nov. 1. Anyone who has not yet received their bill should call the collector’s office immediately at (573) 369-1925.
    Serve Eldon hosts fifth annual ‘Season of Sharing’
    Serve Eldon, a non-profit, faith-based organization, will host its fifth annual Season of Sharing during November and December with a clothing drive for the Eldon Mustang Closet.
    Iberia Friendship Hall to hold holiday events
    The Iberia Friendship Hall has several holiday events planned.
    Two suffer minor injuries in one-vehicle crashes
    Two area motorists suffered minor injuries in recent one-vehicle crashes.
    Blood drive Monday, Dec. 16
    The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16 at the Eldon Community Center.
    Area men to graduate from patrol academy
    Caleb C. Marlow from Iberia and Tristan R. Adelman from Osage Beach are among 31 troopers to be graduated Dec. 20 from the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy.
    Monthly discount to increase for
    Lifeline, Disabled phone programs
    Telephone customers who receive discounted service through either the Lifeline or Disabled programs will see the amount of that discount increase under a decision by the Missouri Public Service Commission.
    Mt. Herman Area news
    I cant complain about the weather this week. No matter how cold it is, if the sun shines it feels so much better. The winds blew pretty bad, making things feel cooler Sunday and we got a few snow flakes. We can be thankful we didn’t have the snow storms that stretched from northern California to the upper middle portion of the country and then to the eastern states. It said 2/3 of the country had some form of severe weather. In the south flood waters swept away a vehicle. 3 small children were among the missing. The little boys bodies were recovered and the search was still on for the little girl. Weather forecasters always say when you see water on the road, turn around, don’t drown. My kids are grown, but I know how I’d grieve if one of them drowned much less three.
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    High Point Area news
    by Beverly Meyer
    Blaine's Bulletin
    Thanksgiving is always a good time to reflect on the year and think about what we’re grateful for. Missouri has faced more challenges than usual this year. We have seen historic flooding, severe storms and tornadoes that have all had devastating effects on our communities. In the wake of these difficult circumstances, I’m so grateful for the people who have come together in the Third District. In light of the upcoming movie, Mr. Rogers had a great quote about times like these ? when he saw scary things in the news as a child, his mother would tell him “look for the helpers, you will always find people who are helping.” This is exactly what we saw here in Missouri over this past year. Yes, we have weathered our fair share of storms ? both figuratively and literally ? but it has been especially heartwarming to witness the “helpers” of all sorts who have come out to offer assistance and rebuild.
    New Life presents ‘Dueling Christmas’
    New Life Assembly of God at Barnett will present the drama “Dueling Christmas” at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Dec. 19 and 20.
    Tour of churches Wednesday, Dec. 18
    “The Miracle of Christmas” Eldon Ministerial Tour of Churches has been set for Wednesday, Dec. 18. The event is from 6 to 9 p.m., with seven local churches participating.
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