Spring Home & Garden 2021

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  • UD 4.21.21

    Wednesday, April 21

  • Verlyn Branson

    Wednesday, April 21

    Verlyn Ray Branson, 85, Union,  passed away Tuesday, April 6, 2021 in Union.  He was born Feb. 21, 1936, to Robert and Flora (nee’ Tyree) in Linn. He was united in marriage to …

  • Paul Lage

    Wednesday, April 21

    Paul Alfred Lage, 88, Jefferson City, passed away Monday, Feb. 8, 2021, at Landmark Hospital surrounded by his family. On what would have been his 61st wedding anniversary, visitation will be 11 …

  • John Branson

    Wednesday, April 21

    John Edward Branson, 58, Union, passed away Tuesday, April 6, 2021.He was born Aug. 19, 1962, to Verlyn Branson and Wanda (nee` Hiatt) in Harrisonville. He received his education at St. Clair …

  • Ronnie Doggett

    Wednesday, April 21

    Ronnie Carl Doggett,80,Taos, passed away Monday, April 12, 2021, at St. Mary’s Hospital surrounded by his family. He was born April 27, 1940, to the late Eugene Joseph and Virginia (Ferguson) …

  • Shelby Martin

    Wednesday, April 21

    Shelby Lee Martin, 67, Belle passed away Wednesday, April 14, 2021. He was born July 22, 1953, to the late Raymond and Lillian Fay (Berry) Martin in Belle. He was united in marriage to Brenda …

  • Jerry Nilges

    Wednesday, April 21

    Jerry Ray Nilges, 61, Linn, passed away Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City. Visitation will be held from 2 to 3 p.m., Friday, April 23, at St. George …

  • Harold Fletcher

    Wednesday, April 21

    Harold “Tobe” D. Fletcher, 90, Holts Summit, passed away Tuesday, March 30, 2021, peacefully at Capitol Region Medical Center in Jefferson City. He was born April 28, 1930, to Guy Walter and …

  • Barnhart-Epps to wed

    Wednesday, April 21

    Ed Barnhart of Barnett and Donna Barnhart of Jefferson City, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Barnhart of Eldon to Jeremy Epps of Linn. Jeremy is the son of Leon and Darla …

  • UD 4.14.21

    Wednesday, April 14

  • Linn R-2 spring plays to be presented live this weekend

    Wednesday, April 14

    After a challenging journey brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Linn R-2 Drama Club members are excited to present two short plays this weekend under the direction of English teacher Jesse Fick, who …

  • Baker, Swann focus on positives as new R-2 board members

    Wednesday, April 14

    Mark Baker and Hannah Swann, elected last Tuesday to the Linn R-2 school board, said they are focused on a positive experience for students once they begin their three-year terms.“I am …

  • Backes submits prize-winning photo for “My Missouri 2021” project

    Wednesday, April 14

    Jerry Backes describes himself as “a picture-taking fool,” and recently, his photograph of the Frankenstein church was chosen for the “My Missouri 2021” photograph project to celebrate the …

  • Mock crash at Chamois R-1 serves as a somber reminder about drinking and driving

    Wednesday, April 14

    A call no parent wants to receive is one notifying them of a tragic accident, particularly one involving the death of a teen. That’s exactly what played out Friday at Chamois Riverside Park as the …

  • Quaker sees growth despite COVID-19

    Wednesday, April 14

    When lockdowns and restrictions were put in place to battle COVID-19, Quaker Window Products in Freeburg took steps to protect staff and the community, and now, a year later, the manufacturer has …

  • Sallin encourages vaccination

    Wednesday, April 14

    Osage County Health Department (OCHD) Administrator Kim Sallin on Tuesday said that while 17.4% of residents have now completed vaccination, she believes it’s important for everyone to get the …

  • Keilholz doesn’t need drugs to have fun

    Wednesday, April 14

    Linn senior Jessica Keilholz firmly believes that living a drug-free lifestyle has served her well and that she doesn’t need drugs to have a good time. “I have a close group of friends that …

  • St. George uses an Easter egg hunt to help two in need

    Wednesday, April 14

    Two years ago, St. George Parish School in Linn initiated an Easter Egg Hunt as a fundraiser for a local family to help pay for medical needs. This year, the school has continued the hunt and the …

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