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Scotland County R-I Elementary School Christmas Program

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Memphis Woman Hurt in Four Car Pileup on Christmas

A Memphis woman suffered minor injuries in a four car pileup in Scotland County on Christmas evening.


Memphis Woman Hurt in Four Car Pileup on Christmas

Hospital Awarded $178,928 Grant From Missouri Foundation for Health

Three northeast Missouri nonprofits have received a total of $479,894 in grants from the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH). Grant funding supports nonprofit organizations that work to improve the health of thousands of Missourians.


Hospital Awarded $178,928 Grant From Missouri Foundation for Health

Dispute With Hunters Leads to Arrest of Gorin Man

A Gorin man is facing charges following his arrest stemming from an altercation on December 21st regarding hunting rights.


Dispute With Hunters Leads to Arrest of Gorin Man






Letters to Santa

2011 letters to Santa submitted via the Memphis Democrat to the North Pole.
Letters to Santa

Canning For a Cause

Last week, an estimated 500 volunteers from Missouri, Iowa and Wisconsin canned 22,500 pounds of turkey in 36 hours for distributing to those in need.


Canning For a Cause

Nominees Sought for Scotland County Soil and Water Conservation District Board

The Scotland County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold an election for one supervisor in each of two different territories in the county in March, 2012.


Nominees Sought for Scotland County Soil and Water Conservation District Board

County Farm Bureau Leaders Take Part in Policy-Making Process

Reforming the initiative petition process in the state of Missouri was among the policy positions Missouri Farm Bureau members debated at the 97th annual meeting of the organization held December 3-6 at the Lake of the Ozarks. The meeting attracted nearly 1,400 farmers and ranchers, among them farm leaders from the Scotland County Farm Bureau. Delegates selected by the membership adopted a wide range of policy positions for 2012, re-elected the vice president and three board members, and elected new members to the Board of Directors.


County Farm Bureau Leaders Take Part in Policy-Making Process






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