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    Left over
    Mandy Stover creates Mickey Mouse pancakes with left over batter, while Kylee Gengler watches, after the FFA Breakfast Friday morning, Feb. 28, before school. The breakfast began at 6 a.m. welcoming business owners, parents and Tipton R-VI faculty to enjoy pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, muffins, juice and milk. The breakfast closed National FFA Week.
    Tractor day
    Tractors started rolling in to the student parking lot Thursday morning, Feb. 27, behind the ag building. As usual for National FFA Week, students are permitted to drive their tractors to school on one particular day.
    Candidates file on opening day
    for August Primary Election
    The Moniteau County Clerk’s office was kept busy Tuesday, Feb. 25, with several candidates making their intentions official as they filed for the August Primary Election on opening day.
    About MRED's work
    Willard Haley, left, Eldon, listens as Mike Kelley, executive director of the Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council, explains the work of MRED in the county during the Tipton Nutrition Center's fried chicken dinner Sunday. The dinner is one of the center's major fundraisers supplementing its budget for programs for senior citizens.
    Appear in city court before Judge Martin
    The following cases were brought before Judge Aaron J. Martin in Tipton Municipal Court on Monday, Feb. 24.
    Sedalia cattle market
    Central Missouri Sales Company, Sedalia
    Tipton Nutrition Center menu, activities
    421 Independence Avenue
    School menus
    Yearbook dedication
    Announcement of the dedication of the 2019-20 Otterville yearbook to Christa Kahrs was made recently. From the left are her son Nickolas Schaller, Kahrs, son Cameron Schaller and husband Diedrick Kahrs.
    Otterville recognizes seniors at basketball game
    by Wilma Watring
    Museum presents ‘Growing Up Missouri German’
    The Missouri State Museum presents “Growing Up Missouri German” as part of its ongoing “Landing After Hours” series on Wednesday, March 4. The program is sponsored by Missouri State Parks and will be held at the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site.
    UM churches plan Ash Wednesday service, Lenten study
    The Prairie Home United Methodist Church and Grace United Methodist Church in Jamestown will join for an Ash Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Feb. 26, in the Grace UMC sanctuary.
    From the Missouri House
    I have received multiple requests to co-sponsor the 2nd Amendment Protection Act which was filed by Rep. Jared Taylor. I haven’t voted against a 2nd amendment bill in the seven years I have been in office and unless something is added to this bill that would make it objectionable, I will also vote for this one.
    From the Missouri Senate
    A picture worth
    Real life can be funny
    PaPaw’s butterbulk
    USDA reminds producers of Feb. 28 deadline
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds agricultural producers interested in the Conservation Reserve Program 2020 general signup that the deadline of Friday, Feb. 28, is quickly approaching. This signup is available to farmers and private landowners who are either enrolling for the first time or re-enrolling for another 10- to 15-year term.
    Those who serve
    Bunceton’s Board of Education was honored during School Board Appreciation Week. Serving on the board are, from the left, Anna Kahle, Robin Bishop, Ashley Benny, Justin Hein, Brian Arnold and Ron Anderson.
    Bunceton teams winding up basketball season
    BUNCETON- The Bunceton Lady Dragons took on Kingsville Monday, Feb. 17, and came away with a big 56-32 win. Coach Dustin Ray reported that, “After a slow first half, we made a few adjustments and played extremely well. Cara Bishop did her thing on the defensive end of the court and shut Kingsville’s biggest threat down in the second half. Very good performance by her. Felt great to get back out and take a win after several days away from competition.” They did so well they held Kingsville scoreless in the third quarter while adding 15 to their first half score.
    March 1 deadline to file report
    with county assessor
    All owners of personal property in Moniteau County are reminded the deadline to declare that property with the assessor is March 1.
    Property transfers recorded
    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.
    Rev. Dr. C.W. Dawson Jr.
    Fortuna UMC to host guest speaker
    The Rev. Dr. C.W. Dawson will be delivering the message at Fortuna UMC at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 1 in celebration of Black History Month. Harry Beckett will provide special music. Everyone is invited.
    Blood drive collects 33 units
    Area residents met the local goal for the American Red Cross blood drive by collecting 33 units Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Tipton.
    Club notes
    Friday Bridge Club
    New books at Price James Memorial Library
    The following books are now available at Price James Memorial Library.
    MCL offers new material
    Moniteau County Library has acquired the following items. The library is located on South Oak Street in California.
    Co-Mo to hold Mark Imhoff Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament in April
    Co-Mo Connect Powered by Co-Mo Electric Cooperative will host its inaugural Mark Imhoff Memorial Lineman Scholarship Golf Tournament Saturday, April 25, at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Versailles.
    Loving hug
    Tipton Oak Manor resident Margie Kuttenkuler hugs a student from Little Cardinals Learning Center during a visit by the students last week to the Manor.
    Tipton Oak Manor happenings
    Here we are in the last week of February getting ready to jump into March where we’ll spring forward on our clocks as well as officially welcome spring. I must say we’re all looking forward to warmer weather so we can sit out on the front porch and visit. After being stuck inside throughout the winter months, it is only natural for us to want to get outside and breathe in the fresh air.
    Sunshine makes week pleasant
    SYRACUSE- What a difference a day makes in central Missouri. The past week has brought us sunshine and warmer weather. I was wondering how you could plant potatoes on St. Patrick’s Day with ice and snow on the ground, but now it looks pretty good for St. Patrick’s Day. The kids headed off for New Orleans for a great time at Mardi Gras. Gage Claas is heading off to New York for a mission trip. Lexi Dickerson is playing softball all around the country for Columbia College and still winning. Myra Claas and the Tipton Lady Cardinals are continuing their winning season. Life is just pretty good now.
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