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WARM SPRINGS RANCH Season Opens

WARM SPRINGS RANCH KICKS OFF NINTH SEASON WITH TOURS AND SPECIAL EVENTS

...submitted by Rachel Yann

Happy 20 -Year Anniversary to The Scoop!

Happy 20 - Year Anniversary to US!

 

The Scoop Newspaper is the oldest running newspaper in St. Charles County.  Readers from all over the world now submit articles of interest, which expands the interest of the publication to the entire world!

We thank you for our success!

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Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union Addresses Financial Education Need

         

The economic crisis in our country has highlighted why financial literacy skills are important for students to learn at a young age. The challenge for teachers has been providing students with quality, real-life experiences to help them understand the financial situations they will face after high school. 

 Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union has stepped forward to help.

“Journey West” at the Historic Daniel Boone Home

 

 

The Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center will be hosting an event called Journey West on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


GRANT'S FARM OPENS - 2015 SEASON

The Budweiser Clydesdales are groomed, the trams are ready to go and the baby goats are hungry, which means one thing: Grant’s Farm is ready for its 61st season of family fun!


On Saturday, April 11 Grant’s Farm will open with new activities and traditional family favorites.

 

Under Construction: Ballparks of America in Branson, MO

 

Opening day will have a whole new meaning for youth baseball next year. In the summer of 2015, families from across the country will descend on Branson, Missouri for the baseball experience of a lifetime.

 

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - The Kelly Wampler Steffen Story

Your Prayers Are Working!

 

Dose Three of Chemo was administered on Friday, July 18, 2014 . Kelly continues to respond very well to the chemo, and attended Vacation Bible School festivities with her children the following day. Please keep those prayers coming! 

 

Congratulations to the Graduates of 2014!

 

The Scoop Newspaper  honors our area graduates by re-printing this editorial each year. This article was originally written and published in 1995, upon the graduation of our oldest child. We are proud of the accomplishments of the Class(es) of 2014! Whatever the desire, give it the very best you can, because the future belongs to YOU! We feel we speak  for all the proud parents of graduates in our readership and believe this says everything a parent could feel, think and say during this most special time in life. 

by: Jayne Voss-Robinson


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