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March 5 — Pat’s Play Day.

Product of the month for February is raisins.

Introducing Pat’s Play Day on the first Friday of each month. Pat Baker will plan a day of fun to begin right after lunch at 12:30. Pat’s first Play Day will have the theme of Teddy Bears. Bring in a teddy bear – your favorite bear, a bear with

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Think this year is bad, look at 1911-1912

Dr. Pat Guinan, Missouri’s State Climatologist, uses slides for a presentation he gives on the topic "Missouri Weather Update."

 "To put this winter in perspective, when it comes to snowfall totals, please refer to the slide of 1912 totals," Dr. Guinan noted. "Maryville reported 72.9 inches (over six feet!) of snow during the winter of 1911-12. The winter of 1911-12 ranks as the snowiest on record for Missouri. Most of

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Daviess County Nursing and Rehab

by Kim Schlegel, activities director

Hello.

We would like to tell everyone about how well our monthly birthday party, sponsored by Laureate Delta Rho, went last Thursday, Feb. 18. We had D String come out and play music for our residents. Everyone had a really good time.

We would like to tell everyone about what’s going on in March. Resident council will be at 10 a.m. on March 10.

At

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Missouri’s 36th annual state tornado drill set for March 9

March is Severe Spring Weather Preparedness Month in Missouri because the weather transitions from snow to rain, tornadoes and flooding.

The National Weather Service, the State Emergency Management Agency and local emergency management offices will conduct the 36th annual state tornado drill at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 9. The weather service will initiate the drill. If Missouri is experiencing statewide severe weather conditions, the drill will be moved to Thursday,

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Winston offers contracts, applies for A+ designation

The board offered Eric Lewis a one year extension to maintain a two year contract as the high school principal at Winston R-6 after a closed session of the regular meeting of the Board of Education held Feb. 18. The board offered Abby Smith a two year contract as the elementary school principal. The board offered the school district’s accountant position to Marci Horner of Jameson.

The board gave approval

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Daviess County Nursing and Rehab selects Valentine King and Queen

The resident Valentine’s king and queen this year at the Daviess County Nursing and Rehab were Walter and Betty Etheridge. Both were crowned as king and queen and received flowers. The employee king and queen were Robert Legg and Lisa Chadwick. Both were crowned as king and queen and received a box of chocolates. The residents enjoyed refreshments, cupcakes, chocolate candy, tea and coffee.

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Pinky’s opens in Pattonsburg

Erica Fenimore has opened Pinky’s in Pattonsburg. Pinky’s offers submarine sandwiches, pizzas, hamburgers, soups, convenience store items and groceries. You may eat-in or carry-out at the deli and call-ins are accepted.

Erica said she opened on Feb. 1 and has been doing a great business with lots of customers. Most of her customers are local, but she has had a few from I-35.

Erica, 21, grew up four miles north

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Chapter BC, P.E.O. hosts Cottey College Tea

Chapter BC, P.E.O. met Jan. 21 in the home of Daphna Cummings. Dianne Bozarth presented the program on Founder’s Day.

On Feb. 4, Chapter BC hosted a Cottey College Tea in the Pattonsburg High School library at 2:30 p.m. Guests included the Pattonsburg High School girls. Linda Denton was the program leader with Mae Wright and Kathy Walker in charge of refreshments.

On Feb. 18, Chapter BC met in the

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Bob and Susie Cochran, Sumter, S.C., are visiting her mother Dolores Cameron. They came to help her celebrate her 90th birthday. A birthday party for her was postponed due to the weather. It will be this Sunday, Feb. 28.

Sandra Holman treated her parents, Leory and Janelle Mikes, to a Valentine dinner on Feb. 14 from the local cafe.

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