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    Improvements focus of Hermitage city budget
    Hermitage City Council held its regular meeting on Monday, July 8, with only one item on the agenda: Passage of the 2019-2020 City budget.
    Archaeology meeting this Sunday
    Pomme de Terre’s Missouri Archaeology Society will host a free program at the MU Extension Center at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 21.
    Shrine Club Summer Cruise Ins continue this Saturday, July 20
    Pomme de Terre Shrine Club will host a Cruise In Saturday, July 20, at 4 p.m. The public is invited to come and check out the different cars, trucks, and motorcycles that will be on display.
    Pittsburg Swap Meets to continue through October
    The second Pittsburg Swap Meet of the summer has been set for Saturday, July 20, at the Pittsburg Community Building. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and other treats will be available for guests who come to browse the many outside vendor booths. Organizers stated they will also be providing enough space inside the building for an additional eight vendors. Those interested in having a booth are being urged to call soon rather than later as officials says they will go fast.
    Wheatland school budget
    Annual budgets at all four Hickory County school districts were recently passed by their respective Boards of Education, beginning the fiscal year anew on Monday, July 1. Budget summaries from Hickory County R-I, Weaubleau R-III, and Hermitage R-IV, were printed last week. Below is the budget summary from Wheatland R-II.
    FL&F hosts fifth annual Angel Memorial Catfish Tournament Saturday, July 27
    Four Legs and Fur Animal Society (FL&F) will host the fifth annual Angel Memorial Catfish Tournament Saturday, July 27, at Drake Harbor in Warsaw. Registration will be from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., followed by a brief meeting regarding the rules. Take off will be at 9 a.m. with check-in at 3:45 p.m. followed by a weigh-in at 4 p.m. There is an entry fee that must be paid to participate.
    Library announces summer computer classes
    The Hickory County Library has announced a schedule for the Summer 2019 session of basic computer skills classes.
    Ozark Food Harvest reports record year
    This past year, Ozarks Food Harvest, which helps to sponsors items given out through the Hickory County C.A.R.E.S. Food Pantry, provided 18.3 million meals to those in need across the Southwest Missouri region. The fiscal year ended June 30, marking another record year of meal provision for the area’s food insecure children, families and seniors.
    Amish School Fundraiser on Saturday
    A country style breakfast fundraiser will be held Saturday, July 20, from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. as a fundraiser for the Amish School. From Wheatland go north on Highway B to County Road 120, watch for signs along the road for further directions.
    How a Tornado Once Saved America
    The Hickory County Historical Society gathered for its July meeting on Tuesday, July 9, at the Hickory County Library in Hermitage. Originally, members had planned to hear a presentation from Ashley Swartz of the Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission on grant opportunities. However, Swartz was unable to attend.
    Shriners hold Indoor Poker Run
    Pomme de Terre Shriners held an Indoor Poker run this weekend to raise funds for the charitable organization.
    Hermitage R-IV does not issue school supply list
    Hermitage R-IV does not have need for a school supply list this year, as donations have negated requests for parents to purchase many supplies.
    Sisters in Christ ask ‘What time is it’
    The monthly meeting of the Sisters In Christ was held Saturday, July 13 at 12:30 pm, at United Methodist Church in Carson’s Corner. The theme of this month’s luncheon was “Tool Time,” with decorations for tables and surrounding room keeping with the image of “a construction site.”
    Kids Eat Free at Market
    The Kids Eat Free Program at The Hickory County Farmers Market is every Friday from 3-6 p.m.
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