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Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Guide PDF Print E-mail

The 2014-2015 Jim Edgar Panther Creek State and Fish Wildlife Guide is now here in digital form, look for the book at local business soon. Visit our E-Editions link to view this year's guide.

 
Cass County Fair Results PDF Print E-mail

The 2014 Cass County 4-H Fair results

 
Winners selected in Ashland Days contests PDF Print E-mail

Ashland's youngest residents strutted their stuff for the various contests Thursday night during Ashland Days festivities.
The baby contest winners were Megan Bright for cutest hair, Kolton Buker for shyest, Anniston Thornley for grooviest, Emaline Ratliff for most outgoing, and Caenyn Belden was the youngest citizen.

 
Pool project fundraiser now up to $70,000 PDF Print E-mail

The fundraising campaign for a new pool has thus far raised over $70,000, according to Steve Megginson, park district director.
Megginson said the community has been very supportive of the pool project. He added that Cargill will provide matching funds up to $115,000.

 
Cargill recognizes employee PDF Print E-mail

Brenda Antrim, the traffic manager at Cargill Beardstown, won a Collaboration Award. The award recognizes outstanding performances by those outside the pork business unit which had significant impact on the business and those who exemplify those qualities necessary to enhance the long-term success of the organization. Brenda has been at Cargill for close to 46 years. She was born and raised in Beardstown. Her hobbies include golfing and reading. What she likes most about Cargill are the people. Pictured, left to right, are Mike Luker, Pork Business Unit leader, Antrim, and Norm Bessac, VP Pork International Sales. (Submitted photo)

 
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