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    Jamestown woman arrested
    in pot operation, meth found
    A Jamestown woman was arrested Friday, May 26 in a joint operation by the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department and the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.
    Sheriff’s department makes
    arrests on drug activity
    Several people were arrested earlier this week by the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department on alleged drug activity.
    Remembering the veterans
    Logan Stufflebean and his family were just a few of the community members who helped American Legion Edgar Cole Post 304 place flags at the resting places of veterans in Tipton on Thursday, May 25. The volunteers started at St. Andrew's Cemetery, then made their way to the Masonic Cemetery and seperated to cover all local cemeteries. Extra flags were left at the entrances to the cemeteries for placement by visiting families on graves of those the crew may have missed.
    Tipton summer school menus
    Tipton Nutrition Center menu, activities
    421 Independence Avenue
    Central Missouri cattle market
    Central Missouri
    VFW to distribute poppies over Memorial Day weekend
    During Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4345 will be around California and Tipton distributing Buddy Poppies for free-will donations. The funds collected all go to help provide veterans’ services to veterans in the central Missouri area.
    Real life can be funny
    Farm custom rates updated in MU Extension guide
    For some jobs, farmers need help. Custom operators provide a wide range of services. The jobs vary from tillage and planting to spreading fertilizer and harvesting grain and hay. Big jobs might be building fence or moving dirt.
    Senior breakfast
    Members of the Bunceton senior class of 2017 enjoyed a recent breakfast in their honor at the Bunceton Federated Church.
    Bunceton graduates eighth graders, seniors
    BUNCETON- Family, friends, teachers and staff filled the gymnasium to honor the 2017 Bunceton High School and eighth grade graduates Sunday, May 21.
    Reflections on a session of firsts
    Driving into Jefferson City this week, something was different. There was far less traffic than just a few days prior. The regular legislative session had come to a close. Seasonal residents of the capital city have returned home. It’s a good time to look back at the 2017 regular session.
    Made it!
    Otterville seniors pose in their caps and gowns at graduation Saturday, May 13. Bill Smith, Otterville Chief of Police and Cooper County investigator, was the speaker.
    Otterville seniors graduate with fanfare
    OTTERVILLE- Otterville High School held graduation ceremonies for its senior class on Saturday May 13.
    Cargill Cares sets distribution dates for June
    Cargill Cares Food Pantry has set distribution dates for June as follows: From 3-5 p.m. Thursday and Friday, June 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16; and from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 17.
    Club notes
    Friday Bridge Club
    THS students earn place on honor roll
    The following Tipton high and junior high school students have been named to the 2016-17 second semester honor roll.
    Tipton Elementary School announces honor roll
    Tipton Elementary School named the following students to the 2016-17 fourth quarter honor roll.
    St. Andrew’s names fourth quarter honor roll
    St. Andrew Catholic School named the following students to the 2016-17 fourth quarter honor roll.
    Kindergarten grads
    Latham kindergartners pose for another group picture just before graduation Monday, May 15. From the left are Darla Williams, Micah Street, Morgan Cole, Natilee Wilt, Noah Meloy, Payton Higgins, Bentley Bower, Brooklyn Ryon, Brynn Lloyd and Clabe Messerli.
    Writer passing column to successor
    LATHAM- Monday afternoon, Vickie Miller, Connie Hibdon and Bonnie Bolinger arrived at the school with cake and ice cream for everyone in honor of Erin Butler, Eric Moles and myself. The three of us will not be returning to Latham School in the fall. This was all prompted by an idea from Vickie’s grandson, Hunter Moser, and friends.
    Tipton Oak Manor happenings
    As I said last week, I’m on vacation this week but just thought it would be a nice time to say “thank you” to all the various volunteers who help out, spend time or minister to the folks who live here. I don’t often say “thank you” in the newspaper, but wanted you each to know just how valuable you are to me and the folks you serve. We treasure you! Wow, to give of your time and talents, not asking for anything in return is such a blessing!
    Deeds filed to record changes
    in property ownership
    The following changes in property ownership were filed recently with the Moniteau County Recorder of Deeds. This report is a brief description of the deeds filed with the recorder. For a complete description of the properties visit the recorder’s office at the Moniteau County Courthouse in California.
    New books at Price James Memorial Library
    The following books are now available at Price James Memorial Library.
    Loss of glasses hinders writer
    SYRACUSE- This week I have grown in my respect for the blind and those with impaired vision. I was working in the yard on a day when the temperature was close to 90 degrees and sweating intensely, went to wipe the sweat running into my eyes and discovered my glasses were not on my face. I searched diligently to no avail and had to accept the fact that my glasses were lost, perhaps forever. Hopefully I will not mow over them with the lawn mower.
    CO I Timothy Lynn
    TCC names Lynn as Employee of May
    Corrections Officer I Timothy Lynn was named the Employee of the Month for May at the Tipton Correctional Center.
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