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Year’s Past 07-22-21

July 1920s There should be in every home a list of remedies for accidents and illnesses of various kinds. A person poisoned with poison ivy, if treated with bruised fresh leaves of catnip, will be relieved from much suffering. To stop bleeding, bind a handful of flour on the cut. Vinegar should be given for

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Winners in beef show at Morgan County Fair

Winners at the beef show Saturday, July 10 during the Morgan County Fair in Versailles include the following, listed by class. Breeds are in parenthesis. In the Bucket Calf Heifer 10-12 year old class, Weston Holem received a blue ribbon. Kealyn Keith, red ribbon. In the Beef Senior Bull Calf class, Hattie Marriott (Gelbvieh) and

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Sports VBS at New Life

A Mega Sports Camp Vacation Bible School is scheduled 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, July 25 through Wednesday, July 28 at New Life Assembly of God at Barnett. ROAR Children’s Ministries will host the four-night VBS for children ages 3-12. The nightly sessions will feature group rotations for basketball, soccer, Wiffle® ball, nine square, crafts

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Rummage sale at Kent Memorial

Kent Memorial Lutheran church is hosting their annual rummage sale 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6 and continuing 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 7 at the church, 184 Sunset Hill Drive, in Sunrise Beach. All funds raised support various local charities in the Lake of the Ozarks region. For more information, call

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Physicians statewide urge COVID vaccination

Due to the increasing prevalence of the Delta variant of the coronavirus in Missouri, the state’s physicians strongly encourage its citizens to receive the COVID vaccination. For the great majority of patients, the vaccine is safe and effective, and the easiest way to slow the spread of the Delta variant. Personal physicians can answer questions

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Orchestra at Royal Theate July 27

The Lake Area Community Orchestra will be in concert 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 27 at the Royal Theatre in downtown Versailles. The group reported they were “glad to be playing again and are marching on with our summer schedule” after having to cancel shows during the coronavirus pandemic. The concert at the Royal is a

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