In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
Rick Mansfield explains why “It’s all in the details!” Cindy at the library shares a good way to spend a cold, winter day, and updates us on the newest large print books that are available in Bookends. Learn about the myth of multitasking and why it may not be necessary.
A resident at Licking Residential Care is 98 years young this month! Another tasty treat from Ozarks Cooks’ Linda Mondy; she shares a recipe for Tea Cake Hearts. Try them now in anticipation of Valentine’s Day.
An interesting article is, “What does it mean to be a Missourian?” Do you agree? For women in business, an area group is hosting a “True Colors” workshop.
The Education & Sports page provides the January Licking R-VIII School Board meeting information. Chapter Three of “Miles & the Monarchs” continues in Newspapers in Education.
Local Pharmacist Jeremy Rinne, has an interesting article on thyroid awareness this month. Read the current COVID-19 statistics and the possible prevention of lung cancer by testing your home for radon; get the details. Should you demand more from your doctor?
Larry Dablemont tells the story of “A Chipmunk from Long Ago,” Scott Hamilton discusses personal data breaches, and Karla Eslinger is “Getting to Work for You.” Find information for Women Owning Woodland timber sale webinars.
See a synopsis of the January Licking Board of Aldermen meeting. MSHP is seeking applicants for 112th Recruit Class, and be alert for winter work zones on roadways.
State of Missouri elected officials were sworn in.
Keep current with updates from the Licking Police Department, MSHP, and courthouse reports.
The Licking News is a great way to keep in touch with the Licking community. Great weekly columns, job listings, area-wide menus, city, county and state updates, obituaries and local area coming events and classifieds are all included in the paper edition this week.
The Licking News print edition may be picked up at these fine locations: in Licking, Town & Country Supermarket, Corner Express, Rinne Fast & Friendly, Casey’s General Store, Dollar General, Rinne Pharmacy, Route 63 Liquor, Friend Lumber Company, Country Crafts & Flea Market, and at the counter or at the paper box in front of The Licking News office; in Houston, Corner Express and Casey’s General Store; in Salem at The Salem News Office; in Edgar Springs at Dollar General and Widener’s General Store; in Raymondville at JR’ville Store; and in Success at Pittman’s Store.
Our newspaper is delivered free of charge to local third grade classes to inspire reading; many thanks to Town & Country Bank for their generous sponsorship of this program for the Licking and Phelps County R-III third grade classes, and many thanks to Progressive Ozark Bank for their generous sponsorship of this program for the Raymondville and Success third grade classes.