In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
Abounding Hope Church invites children to the “Keepers of the Kingdom” Vacation Bible School.
The Licking Aquatic Center is holding summer swim camps, and is offering water aerobics classes.
IECA will be holding the Annual Membership Meeting this month; get the details.
Anutt Community Church is holding a Gospel Singin’.
Area schools are requesting bids.
Agri-Enterprises is holding a Hustler Spring Sales Event.
Kinder Plant Food is your local Pennington Grass Seed Buying Station.
Texas County Stockyards is hosting a consignment auction.
The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce presents the 2023 Chamber Expo.
Drury Go can help you get started on your degree today.
We welcome the newest members of our community in this week’s Birth Announcements.
The Licking High School and Junior High School have posted the High Honor and Honor Rolls.
Dean’s Lists are announced from post-secondary educational institutions.
Missouri State University in West Plains is offering an FAA remote pilot exam workshop.
Boone Creek Baptist Church “Twists & Turns” for Vacation Bible School.
Branch Librarian Lee Ann Akins shares new additions, weekly activities and an update on the Summer Reading Program, in Bookends.
Patriotism is encouraged in a Letter to the Editor.
A tribute to dads is contributed by Caleb Jones, the executive vice president and CEO of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives.
This week Ozarks Cooks features “Chicken Gnocchi Soup,” submitted by Linda Mondy.
Terra Culley, Texas County 911 Director, answers some questions of “Why?”
Dr. Graham A. Colditz shares “Ten Sun Safety Tips for Summer Fun” in this month’s For Your Health.
Rick Mansfield reminiscences on “Landmarks, Living and Life.” Larry Dablemont shares a family story of one “Bit by a Copperhead.” Scott Hamilton continues his column on energy with the “Benefits of Green Energy.”
A Statewide Landowner Cooperative Meeting is being hosted in a partnership of the National Deer Association of Missouri and the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources is holding a Stakeholder Forum and they’re offering assistance for plugging abandoned wells.
The University of Missouri Extension provides tips on helping your plants survive lack of precipitation and has launched the Mizzou Crop & Pest Text Alert system.
Drivers’ exam stations will be closed on Monday, June 19.
You can also keep current with reports from the Licking Police Dept., the County Commission, Coroner, Courthouse, Sheriff’s Dept. and MSHP.
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