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Kampsville News – June 22, 2022

Well that storm wreaked a lot of problems for Kampsville last Friday morning as it tore through. Thank you to everyone who helped close an up and the Ameren and Rural Electric Linemen who worked hard to get everyone’s power restored. A wonderful Father’s Day for Rod and Jeri Hart. They went to Fort Riley…

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Point News – June 22, 2022

Sounds like everyone had a wonderful weekend celebrating Father’s Day. Many chose to eat out and others stayed home and bar-b-qued. This was a day to celebrate our dads, husbands, sons and so on. To those of us having a dad or husband that had passed, I know it was a day of beautiful memories…

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Batchtown News – June 22, 2022

Father’s Day was celebrated by our readers. It was a beautiful sunny day with the opportunity to be out visiting with family. The Jamboree, scheduled for July 10 at 2 p.m. at St. Anselm in Kampsville is performed by the members of the Calhoun Entertainment Co. with a medley of songs, jokes, and country band…

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Kampsville News – June 15, 2022

Clean-Up days in Kampsville have been successful. Thank you to all who help make this possible. Dennis Johnson, Rob Parameter and Shawn Shewemake, your extra work at keeping it running smoothly is very much appreciated. Also thank you to Kyle Nolan for helping with the scrap. It’s gonna be a hot week this week. Take…

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Batchtown News – June 15, 2022

The summer is here. It’s going to be a hot week. Plan on staying cool The kids are playing in ball games. Jim and Theresa Johnes went to ball games to watch their grandchildren Conner and Colin play at Meppen, and Brussels ball parks. Their parents are Jon and Melanie Tepen. They and other parents…

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Point News – June 15, 2022

The calendar indicates summer begins next Tuesday, June 21. But according to the weather predictors, it arrived a bit early. The temperature yesterday reached 95 degrees with a heat index of 105 degrees and today was even worse with it reaching 99 degrees and heat index of 110 degrees. Feel so sorry for anyone that…

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Kampsville News – June 8, 2022

You are definitely going to want to get to the Bank of Kampsville and enter to win the Summer Celebration Quilt called “Calhoun County Farmstand.” The quilt was made and quilted by Diana Young and she generously donates a quilt every year. This year she has really outdone herself. The detail is amazing. Please stop…

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Batchtown News – June 8, 2022

The Brussels High School graduation was held on Friday, May 27, at Brussels High School. A large crowd attended. The Valedictorians selected were: Lexi Schulte, Terra Clark, Isabelle Friedel, and Josie Friedel. The Salutatorian selected was Emma Hagen. Congratulations to all the graduates. The Calhoun Valedictorian was Shane Macauley, and the Salutatorian was Kylie Angel.…

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Point News – June 8, 2022

Today, June 6, is the 78th Anniversary of one of the most important days in the history of the world, known as D-Day. It marks the largest amphibious landing in history on five stretches of Normandy coastline. Roughly 24,000 paratroopers parachuted onto the beaches of Normandy, while taking on gunfire, avoiding obstacles, land mines and…

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Kampsville News – June 1, 2022

A wonderful job by the Kampsville American Legion Post 1083 on the Memorial Day Service. They also had a luncheon and later in the afternoon a Flag Burning Ceremony. Becky Weber did a wonderful job on Taps and also participated in Taps Across America. We are so fortunate to have Becky.

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