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    Homecoming candidates
    Tipton High School 2020 Homecoming candidates are, from the left: First row, senior queen candidates Haylee Berve, Kylee Gengler, Mandy Stover and Gracie Wierman; second row, senior king candidates Hayden Embry, Cameron Whisler, Hayden Dowell, Dawson Knipp; third row, princess candidates, freshman Leah Gentges, sophomore Briar Cox, junior Alyssa Maurer; fourth row, prince candidates, freshman Jackson Bailey, sophomore Tucker Gerling; and junior Tate Kirchner.
    Cardinals look to ‘beat’ the Mules for homecoming
    Tipton High School’s Homecoming will take place Friday, Sept. 25, with the Cardinals hosting the Lone Jack Mules.
    Syracuse council to highlight city’s work at annual picnic
    Syracuse residents will be treated to a picnic lunch Saturday, Sept. 26, and an open meeting with their city leaders to hear reports on some of the city’s public works projects as well as others.
    Planning next move
    City maintenance employees Randy Williams, left, and Jeff Koechner, public works supervisor, plan their next move in the installation of a sewer line for a handicapped accessible restroom at the building adjacent to Tipton City Hall Thursday morning, Sept. 17. The city purchased the property from Dr. Don Vanderfeltz to develop a new court room and police department headquarters.
    County moves back into COVID-19
    yellow zone for nursing home visits
    Moniteau County moved back into the yellow zone, a designation indicating the number of positive cases as a percentage of the tests ran, for the week of Sept. 3-9, allowing nursing homes to ease restrictions on visiting somewhat.
    Sedalia cattle market
    Central Missouri Sales Company, Sedalia
    Next Startup Mixer set for Oct. 8
    The next information mixer for Startup Moniteau will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, at the Grind Gathering Place in California.
    Library board to begin review of policies
    A review of the policies put in place since its formation will take place at the Thursday, Sept. 24, meeting of the Tipton Municipal Library Board.
    Toys for Tots applications due Oct. 1; find at MCHC
    Children residing in Moniteau County up to and including age 15 are eligible for toys in the United States Marine Corp Toys for Tots program if the family meets federal poverty guidelines.
    California Lottery player wins $100,000 Scratchers prize
    Nathan Nokes of California is a fan of crossword Scratchers games because they take longer to play than most other games. This is why he recently chose to purchase a “Lucky Bonus Crossword” ticket at Mr. G’s Liquor in California.
    Historical society has tombstone saddles for sale
    The Moniteau County Historical Society is offering fall cemetery saddles for sale now and Christmas saddles in mid- to late October. The saddles are priced at $40 each. Upon request, volunteers will place the flowers on loved ones graves for an additional $10.
    Times to livestream governor’s forum
    Vernon Publishing, Inc. newspapers, including The Tipton Times, will livesteam a forum of candidates for Missouri Governor at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25.
    Tipton Oak Manor activities
    Let me start out with how excited we are to be a “yellow” county so the outdoor visits are back on. Right now we ask that you call Brenda at 660-433-5574 for an appointment.
    Sept. 21-27 is Rail Safety Week
    Each year, on average, there are 35 highway rail crossing collisions and five fatalities in Missouri, in addition to injuries and fatalities suffered by people trespassing on train tracks.
    2020 fall Master Gardener training in Versailles
    A master gardener training has been scheduled beginning Tuesday, Oct. 6, and concluding Tuesday, Nov. 10. The mission of the Missouri Master Gardener Extension Program is “helping others learn to grow.”
    Change to Ameren adjustment charge approved
    The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a filing made by Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri to adjust the fuel and purchased power adjustment charge on the bills of its electric customers.
    Spire customers to see changes in natural gas rates
    Spire Missouri Inc. natural gas customers will see rates change under a company filing that will take effect Oct. 1. The change reflects a change in the Weather Normalization Adjustment Rider which authorizes rate adjustments based on weather variations.
    Report from the Missouri Senate
    Wrapping up legislative activity
    Moniteau County Court proceedings
    Infractions, Misdemeanor, Criminal Felony and Civil Cases Disposed
    Harvest begins
    Daniel Wieland posted this picture of his family harvesting their corn on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
    Bunceton’s NHS inducts new members
    BUNCETON- Bunceton’s Randy J. Wieland Memorial Chapter of National Honor Society held its ceremony for the new inductees Friday evening, Sept. 18. Members of the NHS from last year are President Madelynn Myers, Vice President Jason Burnett, Secretary Maddie Brandes, Treasurer Alyssa Welch and Historian Haylee Rose. They spoke about the characteristics of being a member of the National Honor Society: scholarship, service, leadership and character.
    Fall settles on community
    SYRACUSE- Well, now we are officially in autumn which started Tuesday, Sept. 22. It won’t be long before we start to see the leaves turning to their fall colors before falling off the trees. The temperatures this past week have fallen into the 70s for the highs and 50s for the lows.
    New books at Price James Memorial Library
    The following books are now available at Price James Memorial Library.
    Club notes
    Grow and Glow
    Bethel Church to host ‘Smarter Together: The Dangers of Social Media’
    Are you aware there are phone apps whose sole purpose is to hide other apps that your kids might not want you to see?
    State expands eligibility, extends summer LIHEAP deadline
    Low-income Missourians now have until Saturday, Oct. 31, to apply for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program to get assistance with payments for their summer cooling bills if they are in crisis. The Department of Social Services also increased the income level for Missourians to qualify for help with their summer cooling bills.
    Tipton Nutrition Center menu, activities
    421 Independence Avenue
    Eric P. Miller
    County law makes arrest for delivery in stop for speed
    A traffic stop on a speeding violation turned into an arrest for delivery of a controlled substance by the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
    Property transfers in county 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.
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