In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
An LHS Mini Alumni Banquet will be held this Saturday; find out how to RSVP!
Anutt Community Church announces more upcoming Gospel Singin’, and Jim and Audrey Friend are celebrating their 70th Wedding Anniversary.
The Wildcat Travel Club is holding a Corn Hole Tournament; get the details. The Licking Aquatic Center Swim Camp schedule is announced.
Phelps Health invites you to the Phelps Health Infusion Suite Open House. IECA is holding the Annual Membership Meeting. You can get started on you degree today at Drury GO.
The Spring Sales Event continues at Agri-Enterprises, and Kinder Plant Food is your local Pennington Grass Seed station.
Several post-secondary awards have been posted.
The Restorative Justice Organization delivers fresh vegetables to the Licking United Community Help Center.
Time is running out to bid on unique items for yourself or as a gift at the silent auction being held at the Texas County Museum of Art & History, and you’re invited to share an interest in learning a new artistic endeavor in this week’s Museum Muses.
This week Ozarks Cooks features “Ranch Pasta Salad,” submitted by Linda Mondy.
An amateur radio “Field Day” is to be held Saturday.
Texas County Memorial Hospital reports that the readmission rate has been drastically reduced, and they will be hosting a CBCO blood drive; consider donating.
The TCMH Healthcare Foundation shares the fundraising record set in the 17th Annual TCMH Charitable Golf Tournament.
Rick Mansfield relives the fun in memories of “Play Parties, People and Pie Suppers.” Larry Dablemont explains when might be “A Time For Killing.” Scott Hamilton continues his discussion with a question, “What Should We Do About Green Energy?”
Learn about a recent global cyber attack investigation.
You can also keep current with reports from the LPD, Courthouse, Sheriff’s Department and MSHP.
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