After several months of shrinking sales tax revenue, Dent County commissioners got some good news Monday — news that turned year-to-date totals completely around.
Mark Twain National Forest accomplished record-level restoration in 2019 through thinning overstocked forests, prescribed burning, invasive species removal, and cutting dying oak to allow regeneration, thus meeting Forest Plan objectives of restoration in multiple ecosystem types.
Where can you see Conway Twitty, Reba McEntire and Johnny Cash on the same stage on the same night? In Salem, 7 p.m. Saturday at the Salem Civic Theater (old city hall auditorium).
Chief Brad Nash updated Dent County Fire Protection District board members on the progress of the renovation at the fire station at their monthly meeting Dec. 2.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service announced a decision Friday to close the Mark Twain National Forest to feral swine hunting.
Scenic Rivers Industries has seen its fair share of changes in its past 44 years of existence. Following rules and regulations of the department of mental health and elementary education and staying under the guidance locally of the Senate Bill 40 board, the workshop has guidelines it must f…
Walmart is donating the services of 16 tractor trailers to transport 100,000 wreaths to memorial ceremonies across the country as part of the company’s involvement in Wreaths across America and National Wreath Laying Day.
Failure to meet regulations of the Missouri Air Conservation Law have led to a $1.2 million fine and an administrative order against The Doe Run Company. The violations are cited in connection to Boss-based Buick Resource Recycling Facility located off Highway KK in Iron County.
Officials are still waiting to hear the fate of a Workforce Training Initiative grant for a new Construction Trades/Computer Science building at Salem High School, county commissioners were told Monday.
Community service groups are joining forces with the City of Salem and Dent County this year to promote a series of events known as Salem’s Old-Fashioned Cowboy Country Christmas.
Due to recent windy weather, Mike Hedgcoth was concerned about his large, white pine falling across his driveway and was about to cut it down. But thanks to his neighbor and the Department of Conservation, it will adorn the governor’s lawn for Christmas this year instead.