Making a check presentation to Karen R. White, CEO of Missouri Highlands Health Care is Tim Sappington, board president of the Iron County Economic Partnership. From left are Sandy Francis, ICEP director of partnership development; Lance Mayfield, MO Highlands board member; Sappington; White; Debbie Tarvid, MO Highlands chief operations officer; Samantha Gamblin, MO Highlands resources manager; and Scott Oatman, MO Highlands board member.

Saturday, May 27, 2017
Missouri Highlands Healthcare (MHHC) is adding dental care to its Pilot Knob facility. Construction is underway and was assisted by an $80,000 grant through the Iron County Economic Partnership (ICEP). The project includes expanded medical in addition to the new dental services at the existing... + continue reading

Dollar General Fire - A fire did extensive damage to a Dollar General Store last week in Ironton. Firemen from 16 departments cooperated in bringing the blaze under control.

Sunday, April 16, 2017
A fire last week did major damage to an Ironton business. The Ironton Fire Department received a report of a fire at Dollar General Store on East Russell Street in Ironton on Tuesday, April 4. Assistant Fire Chief Mike Yates said the department made it to the scene at 5:17 p.m.  By the... + continue reading

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05/27/2017
Missouri Highlands Healthcare (MHHC) is adding dental care to its Pilot Knob facility. Construction is underway and was assisted by an $80,000 grant through the Iron County Economic Partnership (ICEP). The project includes expanded medical in addition to the new dental services at the existing... + continue reading
05/18/2017
A Pilot Knob woman was fatally injured in a one-vehicle accident on Saturday, May 13. Angela D. Sousa-Paisley, 42, of Pilot Knob, was pronounced dead at the scene by Iron County Coroner Tim Harbison.   A report by the Missouri Highway Patrol stated that she was driving a 2012 Dodge Ram... + continue reading

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Making a check presentation to Karen R. White, CEO of Missouri Highlands Health Care is Tim Sappington, board president of the Iron County Economic Partnership. From left are Sandy Francis, ICEP director of partnership development; Lance Mayfield, MO Highlands board member; Sappington; White; Debbie Tarvid, MO Highlands chief operations officer; Samantha Gamblin, MO Highlands resources manager; and Scott Oatman, MO Highlands board member.

05/27/2017
Missouri Highlands Healthcare (MHHC) is adding dental care to its Pilot Knob facility. Construction is underway and was assisted by an $80,000 grant through the Iron County Economic Partnership (ICEP). The project includes expanded medical in addition to the new dental services at the existing... + continue reading
05/18/2017
A Pilot Knob woman was fatally injured in a one-vehicle accident on Saturday, May 13. Angela D. Sousa-Paisley, 42, of Pilot Knob, was pronounced dead at the scene by Iron County Coroner Tim Harbison.   A report by the Missouri Highway Patrol stated that she was driving a 2012 Dodge Ram... + continue reading

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05/27/2017
 by Randall Cox The Mountain Echo   At the Arcadia Valley Athletic Award Banquet on May 12, Lady Tigers Fast-Pitch Softball Coaches Jen Sutton and Michelle Strange called up the... + continue reading

Community

Saturday, 27/05/17
Readers of all ages will explore engineering, gardening, community service, and much more this summer as Ozark Regional Library presents “Build a Better World” during the summer library... + continue reading
Joshua Bristow and Christine Sage
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AV Career Tech FFA member Chelsie Rice receives a Missouri Agribusiness Academy certificate during the 89th Missouri FFA Convention, April 20-21, in Columbia, Missouri. Pictured with Rice is Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Chris Chinn. Rice will attend the academy, which is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Agriculture, this summer.

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05/27/2017
When I Get Around To It An infrequent column by Kip DeVore Driving 800 miles due east from here puts you just about right at the ruins of the original Jamestown Colony of 1607, in Virginia, a... + continue reading