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Smothered chicken and homemade yeast rolls
Grandma's cherry pie
The team at Country Bumpkin Catering, co-owner Brenda Simon, second from left, (co-owner Rick Lewis, not pictured), and, from right, Grace Franke, Amy Franke and Eddie Franke.
Tomato basil cream soup
Olive Garden-type salad
German chocolate cake
In defense of Republicans and conservatism:
What is happening to this country, that was founded on Christian values?
A “Luck of the Irish Country Jig” will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at Convention Hall in Liberty Park for senior citizens.
Obama said he will sign the Freedom of Choice Act as soon as he is president. When they get that ratified there will be no way to get rid of abortion.
MARTHASVILLE — Deutsch Country Days will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 18 and 19 at Luxenhaus Farm, 18055 state Route O, three miles northeast of Marthasville. The festival highlights the folkways and skills of the early Germans in Missouri.
Town & Country Motors honored
Missourians voted Branson Country as their choice for favorite Missouri music in the “Choose Your Favorite Missouri Music” Mock Election sponsored by the Secretary of State’s Office at the 2007 Missouri State Fair.
Country musicians Thom Shepherd, Wynn Varble and Coley McCabe will perform an acoustic “Storytellers”-style concert at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 30 at Duke & Boots in Sedalia.
The West Central Conference cross country meet will be Monday at Artesian Park in Clinton.
Smith-Cotton High School's Chancey Johnson takes 8th place, the first Tiger runner to finish in the boys varsity race at the Smith-Cotton High School Cross Country Invitational.
Smith-Cotton's Rachel Howieson captures second place with a time of 22:12 in the girls varsity race at the Smith-Cotton Cross Country Invitational meet Saturday at Clover Dell Park.
Timothy Ward, a Cole Camp High School senior places third in the boys varsity race at the S-C Cross Country Invitational meet. Ward ran the race in 17 minutes and 17 seconds.
Stover High School's Amy Schroder is the top girls varsity runner at the Smith-Cotton High School Cross Country Invitational meet Saturday at Clover Dell Park. She ran the course in 20 minutes, 26 seconds.
The 40th Annual Children's Therapy Center Sedalia Country Club Golf Tournament and 30th Annual Ladies Luncheon/Auction committee members recently presented a check to the Center for Human Services. From left to right: SCC Golf Pro Wayne Ogle, golf chair and center board member Dennis Eding, Center CEO Ann Graff, SCC board president Joe Bode, SCC Club manager Dennis Hagen and ladies luncheon committee member Cindy Mueller-Llewellyn. Numerous local businesses and individuals donated to the events and countless hours of planning by volunteers went into the weekend to make it successful.
The 40th Annual Children’s Therapy Center Sedalia Country Club Golf Tournament and 30th Annual Ladies Luncheon/Auction committee members recently presented a check to the Center for Human Services. From left are SCC golf pro Wayne Ogle; golf chair and center board member Dennis Eding; Center CEO Ann Graff; SCC board president Joe Bode; SCC club manager Dennis Hagen; and ladies luncheon committee member Cindy Mueller-Llewellyn. Numerous local businesses and individuals donated to the events and countless hours of planning by volunteers went into the weekend to make it successful.
Members of the Smith-Cotton High School cross-country team practice recently at Katy Park.
Smith-Cotton junior Victor Ronzon, a transfer from Marshall, leads the pack as the Tigers cross country team rounds Katy Park during a practice.