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Cox signs with JWCC

Katie Cox, a three-sport standout at Pittsifeld High School signed a letter of intent to play volleyball next tear at John Wood Community College. Left to right, Amy Cox, Katie’s mother, Cox and JWCC volleyball coach, Jordan Boyer. Cox is the daughter of Jeff and Amy Cox of Pittsfield. (Beth Zumwalt/Pike Press)

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Kampsville News – May 11, 2022

I hope everyone had a wonderful Mother’s Day. The weather was gorgeous. Perfect day to take Mom out or Grill. Don’t forget the Village Campground is open. At the April Kampsville Board Meeting Lindsey Taul presented a proposal to the Kampsville Village Board meeting to name the Veterans Park to honor former Mayor Redeye Schumann.…

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Dispositions – January 12, 2022

Felonies: Powell, Rochelle B., dob 08-15-1989, was found guilty on a charge of false report of offense, 30 month conditional discharge; $300 fine. Clark, Jimmy J., dob 08-02-1964, a charge of meth less than 5 grams is still pending; a charge of possession firearm FOID revoked was dismissed.

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Breakfast with Santa

The Carrollton Chamber of Commerce held their annual Breakfast with Santa this past Saturday at Faith Baptist Church. Santa and one of his elves flew in that morning to talk with the children about what they wanted for Christmas and hand out treat bags before the Chamber of Commerce served the kids and parents a…

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Bringing Christmas joy to all

Students from St. John’s School in Carrollton spent Friday afternoon going around town singing Christmas carols. They started at the school on Third Street and made their way uptown, stopping at many houses before making their way to the businesses around the Square. Here, they are seen on the Courthouse steps after serenading the courthouse…

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Barrow Baptist Church news – November 24, 2021

Hello from Barrow Baptist Church and Pastor Mancel Day. Our service times are 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, followed by 10:30 a.m. morning worship. We are handicap accessible and everyone is invited to either or both services. On Sunday, Nov. 14 we had 19 attending Sunday school and 30 attending morning worship.

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PeeWee Lady Hawks give their all

The Carrollton PeeWee Lady Hawks Basketball Hawks sixth grade team obtained their first win Monday night with a 14-11 victory over the Pleasant Hill Wolves. The Lady Hawks are a young team – literally. The PeeWee girls are supposed to be fifth and sixth grade girls, but because of a lack of sixth grade girls,…

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Outdoor Truths – October 6, 2021

Living through a fog look for guidance to clear it away One of the conditions that hunters must face this time of year is the fog. Sometimes it lingers seemingly all day, making it difficult to see especially when hunting with firearms. And then there’s the drive to the hunt. Just seeing each turn can…

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