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Memorial Day events to take place across the area

By Carissa Sitki Memorial Day in the United States is a holiday that serves to honor those who have passed in our nation’s wars as well as other fallen servicemen and women. It originated during the American Civil War when citizens would place flowers on the graves of those who had been killed in battle,…

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Let’s Cook! – May 25, 2022

This week I have a recipe that is quick and easy to make because it starts with frozen ravioli. This recipe adds a Mexican flair to an Italian dish. I found this recipe in a cookbook years ago. It’s a recipe that is so simple to make, but tastes like you fussed in the kitchen!

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Point News – May 25, 2022

Seems our weather has transitioned back to spring. Temperatures over the weekend were in the low to mid 60s. I’m certainly not complaining! We did have about two inches of rain last Friday and Saturday and, before that, the farmers were in the field until dark to get finished planting their crops. Memorial Day weekend…

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Kampsville News – May 25, 2022

The Village is looking amazing thanks to some awesome volunteers Who are working hard to keep the mowing done. A huge thank you to Linda Orr, Mark Becker, Shawn Shewemake and Rob Parameter. Also thank you Dennis John for weed eating along Route 100. Thank you to everyone who supported the Kampsville American Legion Auxiliary…

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Looking Back 5.25.22

25 years ago May 21, 1997 The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition will be at the northwest corner of the Carrollton town square on Saturday, May 10 through Saturday, June 21. The event is hosted by Greene County Days and the Greene County Historical Society. Hours will be Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and…

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What’s Happening 5.25.22

Monday, May 30 • The American Legion Post #636 in Hardin will be holding their annual Memorial Day Ceremony at 9 a.m. in St. Norbert’s Cemetery. The small gathering will include the singing of the National Anthem by the Calhoun Entertainment Company and Poppies in honor of the post’s fallen comrades. • Kampsville American Legion…

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