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MACA announces Young Leader Scholarship recipients

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:08 am

The MACA Board of Directors has selected 12 college students to receive the MACA Young Leader Scholarship of $2,000 to be used for their college expenses. This is the second year for the program which is designed to expose future agriculturalists to the crop protection industry and future career opportunities. Recipients will benefit from the financial compensation, exposure and networking with MACA members. MACA members benefit by developing a talent

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  • Local Prudential Select Realtors receive awards

    Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:07 am

    Theresa Curtis was a multiple award winner closing over 8.6 million in sales. She was awarded the Chairman Gold Award and was the top agent out of 10 offices for most closed units, 89.75. Theresa has been awarded the Chairman Gold award for 5 consecutive years. Alice Coose was also awarded the Chairman Gold award for closing 75 units and closed over $8.8 million in sales for 2014. Alice has

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  • Troy Ducks Unlimited Chapter wraps up another membership dinner

    Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:06 am

    Pictured above are those who were representing the Ducks Unlimited sponsors: American Family Insurance, Bank Of Old Monroe, Chubby’s Restaurant, Head Hunters Archery, Flynn Drilling, Davenport Tomko & Butler LLC, Mr. Tom McCrakin and Mr. Robert Helmig.

    The Troy Ducks Unlimited Chapter hosted its spring membership dinner on Saturday March 29 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds. The membership dinner is open to the public to buy tickets and enjoy drinks, dinner, and a one-year membership to Ducks Unlimited. During the dinner there were games, raffles, live and silent auctions to participate in. Area Chairman, Shane Creasy, would like to thank the following for being a sponsor in

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  • County Market gives $1,000 check to Winfield Intermediate School

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:24 am

    Pictured are Natalie DeWeese and Kevin Hemminghaus with the check from County Market.

    County Market is pleased to present Winfield Intermediate School with a check in the amount of $1,000. County Market is committed to education and started the Max Dollars for Education program almost 20 years ago. Companywide, nearly one million dollars has been distributed since the program begin! As an associate owned company County Market understands the need to give back to the communities that they do business in and are

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  • Deciphering between allergies and dry eye syndrome

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:22 am

    Everyone experiences the symptoms from time to time: burning, irritable eyes, and/or a sensation that something is actually scratching the eye. The symptoms are chronic for three million American women, according to Dr. Niehoff. These women suffer from dry eye syndrome. “Tears are essential for good eye health,” Dr. Niehoff said. “They lubricate the eye, protect it from infections, and wash away allergens. With dry eye syndrome, the eyes produce

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  • Winchester published, invited to address orthopaedic specialists

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:22 am

    The Journal of Chiropractic Medicine recently published a case report co-authored by Dr. Brett Winchester of Winchester Spine & Sport in Moscow Mills. The article, “A Collaborative Approach Between Chiropractic and Dentistry to Address Temporomandibular Dysfunction: A Case Report,” describes the effective co-management of patients with temporomandibular dysfunction (TMJ), headaches and myalgia between chiropractors and dentists. The research chronicles a patient with jaw pain, tinnitus, headaches and neck and shoulder

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  • April is Community Banking Month

    Posted on March 31, 2014 at 8:48 am

    April is Community Banking Month, and the Missouri Independent Bankers Association (MIBA) is encouraging Missouri consumers and small business owners to GO Local by banking locally with a community bank. Because community banks put local deposits back to work in the community, and are financial first responders both in good times and in bad, consumers will be reinvesting in their neighborhood and making it a better place to live and

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