In addition to the current media postings, in this week’s print edition of The Licking News:
Follow the ongoing teachings of “It Is Written,” by the Licking Church of Christ.
See what Buckner & Gately Auction is offering to the highest bidders at their August 19 auction.
Don’t miss the Back to School Bash and Fireworks Show at Deer Lick Park Saturday!
Abounding Hope Baptist Church will be having a Free Clothing event on August 26.
You can get started on your degree today at DruryGO.
The final week of delinquent tax notices is in this week’s edition, along with other public notices on page B7.
A LHS Class of 1965 Reunion will be held on September 2, with fellowship, food and photos!
The Senior Center announced they will be closed the week of Labor Day, but the van will be running except for Labor Day.
See several new events in this week’s Coming Events.
SCCC reported an offender death on Friday.
Senior citizens may register to audit classes without paying tuition at MSU-WP.
Texas County 911 Director Terra Cully shares a typical “Prank Call” and gives tips on posting information where everyone can find it in case of an emergency. Dr. Graham Colditz may help you rest easier with “The A to Zzzzz of Healthy Sleep.”
“Watch your mailboxes,” Sandy Campbell reminds us in Museum Muses that August is membership drive month at the Texas County Museum of Art and History.
It’s that time again – school menus return, on page B5.
Find real estate, job opportunities, a variety of tradesmen, livestock sales, yard sales and more on our classifieds page.
In Outdoors in the Ozarks, Larry Dablemont says he lives “Where the Heat…Ain’t No Problem,” and is happy each day as long as he can be in the outdoors. Rick Mansfield advised in Reflections from the Road that “sometimes you gotta ‘coon dog a bit to find the prize.” Tech Talk shares the history of “The First Transistors.”
Read about the groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of Bennett Spring Hatchery, and its impact on the statewide trout inventory numbers.
The Restorative Justice Organization at SCCC continues to donate to communities in the area; see some of their donations in this week’s edition.
The 2022-2023 Missouri S&T women’s basketball team and MSU-WP Grizzly women’s volleyball team both earn academic honors.
See how Cam Smith made LIV Golf history with Sunday’s win.
Find out who your Cardinals and Royals are playing this week.
Don’t miss your opportunity to become a member of the Licking Wildcat Booster Club. See their sign-up sheet on B3.
See who was awarded scholarships by TCMH Healthcare Foundation.
You can also keep current with reports from the Licking Board of Aldermen, County Commission, Courthouse, Sheriff’s Department and MSHP.
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, local area coming events and classifieds are all included in the print edition this week.
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