In this edition: October 6, 2022
In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
See advertisements for upcoming events in the area. The Anutt Community Church will be holding a Tractor Show and Fall Festival Craft Show on October 8. Abounding Hope will have a fish fry on October 14. The Texas County Health Department will have Flu Shot Clinics in Summersville, Cabool, Plato and Licking, with Licking’s clinic at the Senior Center on October 20.
The Licking community continues its partnership with Operation Christmas Child; collection week is in November. Mark your calendar for the senior center’s open house and musical entertainment by Herman Hall on November 5.
Honey bees make winter preparations, find out how you can help. Echo Bluff State Park will be hosting World Bird Sanctuary.
Another offender death occurred at SCCC, with the notice on A3, the seventh in one month.
The Licking Family Clinic excels on a recent inspection report, states the Texas County Memorial Hospital Board, and the Board provides additional information affecting area health care. The Texas County Health Department announces the continuation of the WIC contract, and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announce new WIC benefits.
Rick Mansfield takes us off the beaten path with “Wanderings and Meanderings.” Larry Dablemont extends some invitations and gives some “Info Fo’ Readers” Scott Hamilton shares “Space Crash” details in his Tech Talk article this week. Learn more about Troutstock 2022 “Be Kind to Others.”
This week in Bookends, Lee Ann Akins updates us on numerous new fiction books at the library and requests donations of Legos for an upstart of a Legos Club.
We continue the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s synopsis on some of the new laws related to public safety.
A recipe for Twinkie Cake is shared by Rickie Moncrief in this week’s Ozarks Cooks.
MSHP reminds us “It’s deer season! Stay alert!”
The Licking Police Department and the Rural Fire Department post updates, and the Texas County Health Department has submitted the August County Inspection Report. You can also keep current with reports and updates from the County Commission, Courthouse, Sheriff’s Department and MSHP.
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