The Big Blue are like the Little Train that could—They just keep chuggin’.
Lorna Anne Wedeking, 86, of Springfield passed away at 10:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, at her home.
Mark Wade Marr, 43, of Chandlerville died Monday, Feb. 25, at his home.
Richard A. “Dick” McClelland, 81, of Springfield, MO, formerly of Rushville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Cox Medical Center in Springfield, MO.
Rosalee Kotter, 88, of Rushville passed away at 10:35 a.m.. on Tuesday, March 5, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville.
I think feeling like an outsider and often feeling left out starts early in life. It may begin the first time when sides are chosen for teams on the playground or in a gym class.
10 Years Ago
I remember it was back in the 1930s or maybe the early 1940s when I was wanting nothing more for my breakfast except what came in a box of Wheaties.
Few tasks were more tedious than carding wool, a process by which clean but tangled wool was stretched and brushed so it could then be rolled into silvers (rolls) for spinning or weaving.
Citing the promise and tranquility of a sunny day, and identifying a brain, a book and a pencil as necessities led to recognition for two Beardstown High School seniors.
Talks between the City of Beardstown and the Cass County Board to renew the city’s ambulance service agreement for Eastern Cass County are moving forward and an agreement by the end of April is lik
Filling a board vacancy, renewal of the ambulance contract for eastern Cass County, and the future of real estate tax billing were the chief discussion items at Monday night’s Cass County Board mee