Sep 24, 2012
Get out: What's happening in the Ozarks on Monday
<![CDATA[Jack Jones and Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. from 5th Dimension perform at 7:30 p.m. today through Saturday at Andy Williams Moon River Theatre, 2500 W. Missouri 76 in Branson. Tickets: $45. 417-334-1800; www.andywilliams.com Learn about wine and viticulture in the Ozarks at Whispering Oaks Vineyard and Winery, 520 Lucky Road, Seymour. The winery is open daily noon to 6 p.m. and offers free wine tastings. Bring a group and make a day of it by visiting nearby Baker Creek Seed/Bakersville Pioneer Village, Cedar Gap Conservation Area and area antique stores. www.whisperingoakswinery; email: whisperingoakswinery@gmail; 417-935-4103 Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park, a 113-acre park, is located at 2400 S. Scenic Ave. The park is the home of Gray-Campbell Farmstead, Dr. Bill Roston Butterfly House, Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, the Botanical Center and numerous gardens maintained by volunteers. Free admission to the park; there is a small fee to enter the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden. 864-1049; www.parkboard.org
Rain Halts Wilder Day Parade
RAIN HALTS WILDER DAY PARADE After a summer marked by drought, rain began falling early Friday and continued through the night and all day Saturday, bringing most Wilder Day activities to a halt.
Farmers could turn to the highway to solve hay shortage
The drought has dried up many fields across the Ozarks- leaving less grass for livestock to graze on.
Wright County Roots
Please limit queries to families with connections to Wright county and surrounding area And mail to, Virginia Lawson Long, 2852 Hwy MM, Mtn Grove, MO 65711 or e-mail-vernonandginny @gmail.com I am searching for information on my great-uncle, John BAILEY.
Webster County Citizen
Grant helps the hungry: The King's Pantry gets $4,000 via Se-Ma-No's 'Round-Up' program
The King's Pantry, officially known as the Southern Webster County Food Pantry, is the proud owner of a new freezer and two new 'freezerless' refrigerators, thanks to a grant from the Se-Ma-No Electric Cooperative.