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Redmon Announces Candidacy for State Representative

Craig Redmon of Canton has filed documents with the Missouri Ethics Commission with the intent of running for the state representative in the First District of Missouri. Redmon is a small business owner in Monticello. He held a press conference at the C & B convenience store in Canton on December 23rd to kick off his campaign.

Redmon for State Rep

OATS 2010 Scotland County Support Committee Elected

The Scotland County OATS Support Committee held its annual election of new OATS committee members on October 5, 2009. The new committee members for the 2010 calendar year are as follows:

OATS Committee

Chamber Announces Christmas Lighting Contest Winners

Christmas decorations are lighting up the community heading into the special holiday and the Memphis Chamber of Commerce once again awarded some of the best looking homes and businesses in the group’s annual lighting contest.


Decorating Contest




Baptist Church to Host Blood Drive Tuesday

The holidays are here and for most of us, that has meant battling crowds, rushing from store to store and waiting in long lines… all in search of the perfect gift.


Blood Drive

County Farm Bureau Leaders Take Part in Policy-Making Process

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Voting delegates representing Farm Bureau members from Scotland County were among delegates attending Missouri Farm Bureau’s 95th annual meeting December 6-8 at the Lake of the Ozarks. More than 1,200 family farmers and ranchers from throughout the state attended this year’s meeting.


Farm Bureau Delegates

SCR-I Remains in Top 100 for U.S. Cellular’s Calling All Communities Contest

Columbia, Mo., Dec. 23, 2009…Two weeks ago, U.S. Cellular officials made the exciting decision to release the Top 100 schools vying for a share of $1 million in the company’s Calling All Communities campaign. It appears that sharing this coveted information inspired many schools to mobilize droves of voters putting pressure on the frontrunners to hold their ground.


Calling All Communities


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