Usually the yellow suckers run up the streams of the Ozarks earlier than this, but there is no strict timetable. Depending on water conditions, weather, and other factors you can find suckers shoaling in April and May if you look for them. Some friends of mine make a trip each year to the tributaries of Norfork Lake to grab suckers, and they have it down to a fine art, with perfect gear for grabbing, and grab hooks that are built with one large hook and a weight beneath it that makes the single hook sit up on the bottom. That type of grabbing is sort of blind grabbing, like the paddlefish grabbers do.
Missouri University of Science and Technology will hold three commencement ceremonies this spring. Ceremonies will be held on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18, in the Gale Bullman Building, located at 10th Street and Bishop Avenue in Rolla.
Author Bill Shuey will be at the Cuba Recklein Memorial Library on May 16 from 6:30-8 p.m. for an author meet and greet.
Congressman Jason Smith (MO-08) is seeking applications for nomination to the United States service academies for the Fall of 2020.
The Cuba Lions Club was honored to receive the Lions Legacy Project Award from Lions Clubs International at their April Business Meeting. District Governor Lion Joe Foster (left) presented the award and a tab for the Club banner to Cuba Lions Club President Lion David VanderWerf. Lions Clubs must complete and report service projects in all four of the required areas to receive the award.
In a continued effort to meet your financial needs, The Maries County Bank is proud to announce and welcome Investment Advisor Trae Helton to help lead MCB Investment Solutions into the future. Helton will be an excellent match for this position and a strong asset to the investment program.