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Aug. 1 — 1st Friday seminar Health Department 11-12; Aug. 20 — Board meeting 2 p.m. at center.

Product of the month for July is ketchup.

Thanks to all who have donated fresh vegetables.

Aug. 4-8

Monday: smothered hamburger steak, mashed potatoes, lima beans, beets, cream pie; Tuesday: chicken, Parmesan potatoes, spinach salad, juice, cookies; Wednesday: meatloaf, macaroni and tomatoes, cabbage, cake; Thursday: pork roast, potatoes

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MOFB’s Cut to the Chase: Farmers and ranchers care about animal welfare

by Chelsea Good

Farmers and ranchers might not consider themselves animal welfare activists, but no one cares more about the treatment of animals. Who else gets up in the middle of the night to check if any new calves were born? Who else wakes up at daybreak every morning, 365 days a year, to feed their livestock before enjoying their own breakfast?

The dedication and animal husbandry associated with agriculture

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Kindergartners must have eye exam

By state law all kindergartners will need to have a professional eye exam and will need to bring the results to the elementary office by Aug. 20.

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R-3 board hears updates on summer work

The North Daviess R-3 Board of Education heard updates on the work being done to the school buildings over the summer during their regular meetings held in June and July.

The elementary building has new sinks in the bathrooms and the floors are finished. The work in the high school includes a restroom remodel. The floors will be redone in July and then the final repairs of the restroom will

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Pattonsburg school registration; softball practice

Registration for students of the Pattonsburg R-2 School, seventh through 12th grades, is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 5 and 6.

The first practice for varsity softball will be from 7-9 a.m. on Aug. 11 for boys, and from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on Aug. 11 for girls. Students need their physicals and insurance information. The Pattonsburg Clinic is open on Aug. 6 for physicals. No appointment is

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Pattonsburg city joins Round Table

Economic Developer Richard Mooney was present and reported to the council on the Northwest Missouri Round Table Association meeting he attended on June 19.

The board motioned for Mr. Mooney to pursue his findings. The board voted to join the Northwest Missouri Round Table Association a cost of $200 a year.

The board passed a motion to pay the May bills.

Monthly reports were reviewed.

Proposed budgets and six month

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Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center

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Cards and domino games are every Friday night. Light refreshments at 6 p.m. and games start around 6:45 p.m. Friday night, Virginia Salmon won the door prize.

Judy Horton’s address is 2414 Danbury Place, Lawrence, KS 66049.

Menus Aug. 4-8

Monday: turkey salad sandwiches, California blend, scalloped potatoes, fruit; Tuesday: pot roast with potato and onions, carrots, green beans, fruit dessert; Wednesday: smothered steak, beets, lima beans,

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Weekend visitors of Mildred Walker and Jacky Walker were Jacob, Sadie and Mallory Walker, St. Joseph. Desmond Poage spent Saturday night with them.

Saturday Sandra Holman and Janelle Mikes attended a bridal shower for Melissa Holman at Princeton. Sunday those helping Leroy and Janelle Mikes celebrate their birthdays were Shana and Darian Day, Kearney, Lee Mikes, Scott and Kelsi and Dillan Klindt, Cameron.

Mr. And Mrs. Donald

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Post Scripts: News business worse than horrible

by Joe Snyder

"The news business is something worse than horrible. If this is the future we don’t have much of a future," Sam Zell, who bought Tribune Company last year, said recently in The Baltimore Sun.

"I’m an optimist but its hard to be positive about what’s going on," said Brian P. Tierney, who bought the two Philadelphia newspapers in 2006.

"The near term and medium term at the

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