Local NSDAR chapter welcomes you

    Noah Coleman Chapter NSDAR July recess continues, and the usual meeting schedule will resume in August. July 1 found Noah Coleman’s member Pat Cookson at the Governor’s Mansion, where tea and crumpets were shared by the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt contributors.

Huerta honored as Webster University Rolla’s Outstanding Graduate Student

    When Allen Huerta was assigned to Fort Leonard Wood as his next duty station with the United States Army in August 2019, he wasn’t sure what to expect. He was previously stationed in Vilseck, Germany, and he knew his experiences at Fort Leonard Wood would be different, but he had no idea just how different everything would ultimately be.

Weber receives scholarship

    Fischer & Frichtel Homes has announced that Lauren Weber, a graduate of Cuba High School, is the recipient of their 2021 Jacqueline A. Iffrig Scholarship.

Long celebrates 15 years at Peoples Bank

    Liz Long is celebrating 15 years at Peoples Bank. She joined the bank in 2006 serving as a translator, then a deposit counselor before joining full-time in 2011.

Crawdads are bait, breakfast

By Larry Dablemont
    The crawdad is an unusual creature, always looking back where he has been, and going where his isn’t looking. Quite often where he has been appears quite safe and there looms a bass or walleye or catfish where he is going and he winds up not going as far as he thought he would.