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Spring River 4-H Club shares public service announcement asking community members to stay home

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WEBB CITY – Members of the Spring River 4-H Club took to social media this weekend asking members of the Jasper County community to...

Bright Futures Carthage receives $10,000 grant for students’ vision, COVID-19 needs

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The Community Foundation of the Ozarks awarded $10,000 to Bright Futures Carthage through the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation in partnership...

Fair Acres Y, R9 school district, team up to feed children during Coronavirus crisis

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The Fair Acres Family Y and Carthage School District are teaming up to provide meals for children during the extended break from school forced...

Carthage schools create ‘Ten-Day Challenge’ for students

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Carthage School District teachers and staff have created an educational plan called the “Tiger Ten Day Challenge” to help students continue learning while staying...

The White Pages: Bills Spring forward, Carthage Eagle Scout honored

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Four Bills Spring Forward in the Legislature The word that best described the activity in Jefferson City this week was “welcome”.  We all welcomed some...

CJHS students Housh, Bysor and Lehman advance to State History Day competition in Columbia

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Carthage Junior High School eighth-grader Malachi Housh finished in 2nd place at the regional History Day competition at MSSU on Friday, March 6, 2020. Housh...

Enroll now in the University of Missouri Extension Jasper County Master Gardener Training Program

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There is still time to enroll in the Jasper County University of Missouri Extension Missouri Master Gardener training program.  Classes will meet Tuesday and...

Carthage High School FBLA teaches fourth graders about American Enterprise

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In order to survive the business world in America, an understanding of the enterprise system is critical. Carthage High School’s Future Business Leaders of...

Women Legislators of Missouri announce scholarship opportunity

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Women Legislators of Missouri are encouraging young women approaching graduation from high school to apply for a $500 college scholarship. Each year, the group...

Mandatory Synthetic Auxin Herbicide Training available from MU Extension online

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Computer Lab for Producers Available at Barton, Dade and Jasper County Offices Online training on synthetic auxin herbicides (dicamba and 2,4-D products) is now available,...
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