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    Route JJ in Morgan County to close
    The Missouri Department of Transportation will replace a culvert pipe on Morgan County Route JJ between South Jaybird Lane and Wildlife Drive. The work will close Route JJ between 6:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, June 27. Additional closures may be needed, weather permitting.
    DNR issues operating
    permit to Tipton East
    The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has issued a Class IC State No-Discharge operating permit to PVC Management II LLC’s Tipton East facility.
    Guide to Towne Square Days
    inside this weeks Tipton Times
    This week’s issue of The Tipton Times includes a complete guide to the upcoming celebration of Towne Square Days, also known as the Tipton Fair.
    Candidates for county offices
    appear on August ballot
    Moniteau County voters in the Aug. 7 Primary Election will see a race for two offices, both on the Republican ballot.
    Spring cleaning
    Members of the 3MT do some spring cleaning inside the Maclay Home Monday, June 18, under the supervision of Michele Harkins and Jessica Homan. Becca Dir, Eureka, Kans., left, and Ridge Wolf, polish the banister on all three floors of the home while Harkins checks their work. The volunteers also dusted baseboards and ceilings, polished the floors, and cleaned the windows they could reach. The 3MT group has three to four other projects on their list, depending on how much time they have by the end of the week.
    Shalynn Meador
    MoValley Alumni award Meador its scholarship
    Shalynn Meador, a 2018 graduate of Tipton High School, has been awarded an alumni scholarship from Missouri Valley College for four years.
    Teens transported to
    hospital after accident
    Four teens between the ages of 15 and 18 were transported to a Jefferson City hospital following an accident northwest of Tipton Wednesday afternoon, June 13.
    Friends to hold 36th ice cream social on July 4
    The Friends of the Maclay Home will hold their 36th annual Ice Cream Social on the 4th of July on the grounds of the Home. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served in addition to homemade cakes and ice cream. The Carriage House food stand will be open from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
    Meet the candidates Tuesday,
    profiles included in Times
    Moniteau County Farm Bureau will host a Meet the Candidates forum in California on Tuesday, June 26, and profiles of the candidates for county offices are included in this issue of The Tipton Times. They can be found on page 3C.
    Two locals are MSU graduates
    Missouri State University conferred 2,631 degrees at its spring 2018 commencement Friday, May 18, at John Q. Hammons Arena in Springfield.
    Defendants appear in Tipton Municipal Court, June 18
    Monday, June 18
    Kuttenkuler earns degree
    Missouri University of Science and Technology awarded nearly 1,200 candidates with degrees during commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12.
    Missouri S&T
    issues honor list
    Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, announced its honor list for the spring 2018 semester.
    Matthew Capestro, a senior from Tipton, earned a spot on the spring 2018 dean’s list at Westminster College, Fulton.
    MU releases spring dean’s list
    The University of Missouri-Columbia announced the 2018 spring semester dean’s list that included the following local students.
    Club notes
    Moniteau County Historical Society
    Early deadlines for July 5 issue
    Due to the Independence Day holiday on Wednesday, July 4, printing of The Tipton Times will be moved up one day which will require early deadlines
    Mid-Mo transport rate,
    billing down for May
    The Mid-Mo Ambulance District’s May board meeting consisted of routine business, with the notation made that the transport rate and therefore billing were down more than usual for the month.
    Cut to the Chase
    An editorial column from the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation
    Opioid crisis hitting farmers hard
    Illness from mosquito, flea, tick bites has tripled since 2004
    University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist Karen Funkenbusch urges Missouri residents to take precautions to ward off mosquitoes, ticks and fleas this summer.
    Families welcome new arrivals
    Tipton Oak Manor happenings
    Hopefully everyone was able to enjoy some time with their daddy last Sunday. It was a hard day for me, being the second year without my own daddy, but I treasure the memories we made together and all the love he showed his family while he was alive.
    Bridge replacement begins over Richland Creek
    Contractors working for the Missouri Department of Transportation have begun the replacement of the Morgan County Route BB bridge over Richland Creek.
    Blood drive donors to receive St. Louis Cardinals T-shirt
    The Tipton community will host the American Red Cross blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 27, at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Each donor will receive a free commemorative St. Louis Cardinals blood drive T-shirt.
    New books at Price James Library
    The following books are now available at Price James Memorial Library.
    Big family
    The Terry “Skitter” Edwards family gathered for a group photo during the benefit fish fry held at Otterville Park on Saturday, June 16 to help him battle cancer. He plans to get well and back to fishing.
    Edwards' benefit was a wonderful success
    OTTERVILLE- On Saturday, June 16, there was a benefit for Terry “Skitter” Edwards at the Otterville Park. There was an overflowing, uncountable crowd, who gave generously of their labor, support and money to help one of their own.
    Outdoor art
    Kylie Heilman and Laney Heilman sketch their winning design on the outside of the restroom wall in Bunceton’s Castlewood Park.
    Community prepares for celebrating 150th
    BUNCETON- The Bunceton Sesquicentennial will soon be upon us. The town is getting ready in more ways than one. The committees have met and have their areas ready. Businesses are sprucing up their buildings and fixing up their sidewalks. Home owners are cleaning up their lots and making improvements to their residences. It is good to see the community come together to show pride in our town.
    Post 4345 officers
    Newly installed officers for Moniteau County VFW Post 4345 are, from the left, Commander Jim Dearing, Senior Vice-Commander Jim Hamilton, Quartermaster Tom Winters and Chaplain John Schuster.
    VFW installs officers for 2019
    At the monthly meeting of VFW Memorial Post #4345 on June 14, 2018, the newly elected officers for the 2019 year were installed. They are Commander Jim Dearing, Senior Vice-Commander Jim Hamilton, Quartermaster Tom Winters and Chaplain John Schuster.
    Farmers seek forage options as drought cuts grass growth
    A shortage of cattle forage forces some Ozark herd owners to chop trees to feed leaves. That method was used in big droughts of the 1930s and 1950s.
    SFCC to offer registered apprenticeships in August
    For more than 75 years, registered apprenticeships have allowed people to learn and earn their way to a successful career and provided employers a skilled, qualified and stable workforce.
    Brief rain shower settles dust in area
    SYRACUSE- Although last week was very hot and humid, we did manage to get a rain shower that amounted to about 3/4 of an inch. Many farmers have been out baling hay and some have told me the grass is thin.
    Moniteau County Court proceedings
    Infractions, Misdemeanor, Criminal Felony and Civil Cases Disposed
    Capt. Corey Schoeneberg
    Former zone trooper promoted
    to assistant bureau commander
    Among the promotions announced last week by Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, is that of Captain Corey J. Schoeneberg, Q/PSD. He will transfer to the Field Operations Bureau, General Headquarters, Jefferson City, and will serve as an assistant bureau commander effective July 1.
    Deeds 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.
    Tipton Nutrition Center menu, activities
    421 Independence Avenue
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