The Community Foundation of the Ozarks is seeking short video submissions from residents across the region to document the past year of living in a global pandemic.
This February, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH) has joined other hospitals across BJC HealthCare to light up red in support of American Heart Month, raising awareness of heart disease and reinforcing the importance of heart health.
Business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to join a virtual seminar dedicated to website best practices to grow their business online.
The seminar is hosted by the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Missouri University of Science and Technology and Grow with Google, a free digital skills training program from Google.
By Larry Dablemont
In days of yore I went ice-fishing in February, with a couple of Wisconsin friends who had access to an ice-fishing shack out on a frozen lake. It was a little city of a dozen shanty’s that looked a bit like Ozark storage sheds. Most had pickups parked behind them… a little scary to someone who was accustomed to weak ice at the best, back in the Ozarks. Inside was a good-sized hole in the ice and chairs and a heat stove up off the ice. All around the hole there were rugs and chairs and the fishing rods were only about two- or three-feet long.
By Bill Cooper
The Conservation Order for light geese began Sunday, February 7, and runs through April 30. The order allows for additional hunting of light geese, including snows, blues and Ross’s geese after the regular season has closed. The purpose of the additional season is to reduce a burgeoning population of light geese.
Construction of a new barn at Steelville High School will offer students who may not have access to the space to house farm animals the opportunity to be involved in doing just that.