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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

Missouri State, Community College Sign Agreements


Missouri State University and St. Charles Community College (SCC) signed three articulation agreements and a Memoranda of Understanding Oct. 4 to promote seamless transfer for students.                 Editor's Note: It's About Time ...


Congress Could Use Some Will Rogers Logic

Will Rogers, who died in a 1935 plane crash, was one of the greatest political sages this country has ever known. (Read on...)


Over 200 Citizens Gathered In Support of PTSD Military Family That The Government Shunned; Local VFW's Donate $5,000 To Family

Proud To Be An American

The local VFW Veterans Presented Misty

With A Generous Contribution



Thank You For Your Support!


The Transcontinental Air Mail Route


Giant Concrete Arrows Point Route Across America...





Every so often, usually in the vast deserts of the American Southwest, a hiker or a backpacker will run across something puzzling: a large concrete arrow, as much as seventy feet in length, sitting in the middle of scrub-covered nowhere.


Hurricane Sandy Victims Still Rebuilding ...



Let's not forget to send THANKS to all of  the countries that have reciprocated for our help with their disasters, misgivings, social turmoil, & poverty by returning the favor ... 


1934 Christmas Catalogue from Montgomery Ward


Now here's an entertaining bit of history. Few homes were without the Montgomery Ward Catalog.


State Seeks Summer Help to Serve Meals to Children

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is looking for organizations throughout the state to help feed thousands of children who might otherwise go without meals during the summer months when school is not in session.


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