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    Chicken and fry
    Joe Schmidt and his youngest son, Mason, 2, enjoyed the Drive Through Trunk or Treat at Otterville Saturday, Oct. 17, dressed as the Colonel and Chick. The Halloween fun event was sponsored by Southern Prairie Farms and the Lamine River Hunt Club at the club's headquarters.
    Halloween coloring contest inside this issue
    The Tipton Times with the help of local sponsors is holding its 2020 Halloween coloring contest as part of a special activities edition which can be found in Section C of this newspaper.
    Collector offering curbside payment
    The Moniteau County Collector’s office plans to mail property tax statements Nov. 1 and taxes are due without penalty by Dec. 31.
    County reports 7th, 8th and 9th deaths due to COVID-19
    In the last five days the Moniteau County Health Department has reported three more deaths attributed to complications of COVID-19, the seventh and eight recorded in the county,
    School board receives draft audit;
    COVID testing supplies coming
    A draft of the 2019-20 fiscal year audit of the Tipton R-VI School District was presented to the board during its regular meeting Wednesday, Oct. 14, with the final report expected to be approved next month.
    Library board continues review of policies, Saturday hours
    The Tipton Municipal Library Board of Directors will continue its review of policies put in place at the formation of the board when it meets Thursday, Oct. 22. The meeting at Price James Memorial Library will begin at 6:30 p.m.
    Former deputy sentenced on sodomy charge
    A former law enforcement officer with the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department and City of Tipton Police Department has been sentenced in a sodomy and domestic assault case in Moniteau County Circuit Court.
    Chamber continues work on Christmas
    With the holidays fast approaching, the Tipton Chamber of Commerce continues to put together its plan for celebrating the season. The group will meet at noon Thursday, Oct. 22, at Downtown Cafe.
    Halloween costume?
    Not a Halloween costume but gear for rainy weather. Special education teacher Roxanne Whitworth demonstrated stormy weather attire to Kamryn Koetting’s kindergarten class last week at Tipton Elementary.
    Kindergartners use PLTW to learn about severe weather
    Kamryn Koetting’s kindergarten class has been busy learning about severe weather in their Project Lead the Way module at Tipton Elementary.
    Scary
    Luke Fourtnier and daughter Rheese were decked out in full costume for the Truck or Treat sponsored by Southern Prairie Farms and the Lamine River Hunt Club Saturday, Oct. 17, at the hunt club.
    Otterville area is a great caring community
    by Wilma Watring
    Tipton Oak Manor activities
    First of all, I’d like to welcome Ruth Schutt and send out well wishes to Gail Griffing on her return home last week. We send our condolences to Raymond Ash’s family.
    Taking aim
    Karys Carver aims for the basket during her free throw in Bunceton’s junior high game against Pilot Grove in the Prairie Home Tournament.
    Bunceton junior high girls play in BB tournament
    BUNCETON- Bunceton’s junior high basketball coach Chris Herriman reported on the first game of the Prairie Home tournament.
    New books at Price James Memorial Library
    The following books are now available at Price James Memorial Library.
    Statewide winter weather drill set for Oct. 21, 22
    In an attempt to get a jump on this year’s winter season, the Missouri Department of Transportation will hold its annual winter operations drill Wednesday, Oct. 21, and Thursday, Oct. 22. The drill has been expanded to two days this year to accommodate social distancing requirements due to COVID-19.
    New pastor
    Jared Rivera is the new pastor at the Tipton First Baptist Church. His family includes his wife, Naomi, and son, Malachi.
    First Baptist welcomes new pastor
    About a month ago, Pastor Jared Rivera was graciously welcomed to Tipton as the new pastor of First Baptist Church. Jared said he is honored and excited to be shepherding this church family who share his desire for making God’s love and glory known in and beyond the Tipton community.
    Club notes
    Friday Bridge Club
    Moniteau County Court proceedings
    Infractions, Misdemeanor, Criminal Felony and Civil Cases Disposed
    Moving indoors
    Mandevilla, a vigorous, heat-loving vine, will need severe pruning before being moved indoors. (Photo courtesy David Trinklein)
    Tropical plants can overwinter indoors
    You may not get to take a tropical vacation this year, but you can bring the tropics inside your home.
    Farmers needed for cover crops strip trial program
    University of Missouri Extension is looking for farmers to participate in cover crop trials as part of the “MU Certified” Strip Trial Program.
    Missouri Food Finder helps keep food local and communities healthy
    Nancy Krutzsch sees the Missouri Food Finder as a simple way to help put money back into Moniteau County.
    Tipton Nutrition Center menu
    421 Independence Avenue
    Deeds report 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.
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