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Pictured (in no particular order): Jeanine Beck-Clithero, Kristi Butler, Kelly Davis, Jesi Garcia, Lori Groff, Lynn Harris, Debbie Jackson, Michelle McCallister, Stacy Porter, Stephanie Sharp, Chantelle Smith, April Strader-Jones, Jennifer Zaiss, Michelle Seaton. Not pictured: Amy Conner, Kim Evans, Doug Harlow, Bart Hercules, Kelly McPherson, Mike Manley, Kurt Oppeau, Matt Tannehill, Sarah Underwood, Don Wasielewski, Stan Wheeler, Jackie McKinney, Jennifer Schoenherr.

Probation and Parole Center collects items for donation

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:26 am

Our local Probation and Parole office has stepped up to help out the Bridgeway’s Robertson Center. They began collecting items for the center on March 20 and donated them on April 10. This donation was in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Week from April 7 – 12. On top of the huge amount of items that were collected, $240 in gift cards were donated as well as $100 donations

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  • County Mizzou Alumni Chapter announces fundraiser Athletic Director Mike Alden, Truman the Tiger, and The Norm Ruebling Band to appear

    Posted on April 7, 2014 at 8:59 am

    The board of the Lincoln County Mizzou Alumni Chapter is pleased to announce the fourth annual fundraising event, scheduled for Friday, April 25, 2014. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The event will take place indoors at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds and will include silent and live auction, raffles, a tailgate inspired menu, with many chances to win Mizzou themed door prizes and auction items. The Norm Ruebling Band will perform

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  • Patriot Guard helps send of local marine

    Posted on March 31, 2014 at 8:19 am

    Marine Corporal James Hastings poses with his wife, Olga, son, Wyatt, and riders from the Patriot Guard before being escorted by the Patriot Guard to Lambert Airport for deployment.

    The Patriot Guard escorted Marine Corporal James Hasting from his home in Troy to Lambert Airport on Thursday, March 20. James was on his way to Camp Pendleton in San Diego, Calif. before heading to Afghanistan for his second time. While in Afghanistan James will serve as a Forward Observer guiding aircraft to their targets. James is a 2009 graduate of Troy Buchanan High School and joined the Marines in

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  • Innsbrook Now Accepting Entries for Wedding Giveaway

    Posted on March 28, 2014 at 10:15 am

    In celebration of this season of love, the entry period for the Innsbrook Wedding Giveaway, presented with St. Louis’ Best Bridal, has officially opened. Couples can now take the photos and stories they’ve been saving and head over to to begin their journey. Couples have until March 31, 2014 to enter to win the Innsbrook Wedding Giveaway – a total package worth more than $30,000. “Innsbrook is a truly

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  • Less than One Week Left to Enter the Innsbrook Wedding Giveaway

    Posted on March 26, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    Less than one week remains until the entry period for the Innsbrook Wedding Giveaway, presented with St. Louis’ Best Bridal, closes on Monday, March 31. Located less than an hour outside St. Louis, Innsbrook is set amid rolling hills and sparkling lakes and has been a romantic wedding destination for more than 40 years. Couples are encouraged to submit their love story and photos at for the chance to

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  • Democrat club sponsors electronic recycling

    Posted on March 24, 2014 at 9:26 am

    The Lincoln County Democrat Club and SpectrumEcycle are joining forces to combat unwanted, obsolete electronics being deposited into landfills. Technology that one may deem obsolete may serve someone else just finer. The goal of SpectrumEcycle is to extend the life of the collected equipment via secondary markets whenever possible. Whenever reuse is not possible, the equipment is recycled. All items are broken down, sorted by material, and bundled for recycling.

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  • FCE Essay Contest winners

    Posted on March 10, 2014 at 10:34 am

    ictured are Mary Jo Sandell, Gabi Cook, Paige Phillips, Anne Burkemper, and Peggy Jost.

    Congratulations go out to Gabi Cook for winning first place in the Lincoln County Association for Family & Community Education Council’s 4th Grade contest on Respect. Gabi’s Artwork/Essay will go on to District Competition. Paige Phillips won second place and Anne Burkemper won third place. These students are 4th Graders at Scared Heart School in Troy and Ms. Laurie Clarkson is their teacher. Lincoln County FCE Council invited them to

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