In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
Licking Chamber of Commerce continues to prepare for the Licking Rodeo.
Rick Mansfield has been as “Busy as a Bee;” he shares what he’s been doing. Larry Dablemont tells the story of “An Enticing Skirt, A Deadly Blade,” while recently fishing.
Museum Muses shares upcoming events and thanks all who participated in the Art Club Reception. Town & Country Bank recognizes area small businesses. Hickory Manor celebrates their nursing staff for National Skilled Nursing Care Week and National Nurses Day. Taking a look “Through the Rear-View Mirror,” Joan Flatt is “Remembering Downtown Licking.”
Tabitha Wuertley, Summersville FFA Chapter, was named Area 13 Star in Placement by the Missouri FFA Association. Newspapers in Education takes a Missouri Road Trip; this week they’re going to St. Louis.
For Your Health explains how lung cancer screening can save lives. Rhonda Jones is Texas County Memorial Hospital April Employee of the Month. Read the current COVID-19 statistics.
Sen. Eslinger shares her participation of “Digging into the Budget.” Tech Talk’s Scott Hamilton examines the compatibility of science and faith in this week’s column “God in Science.”
MoDOT encourages drivers to “Be Alert and Slow Down for mowing crews.”
Keep current with reports and updates from the County Commission, Courthouse, the Sheriff’s Department and MSHP.
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