Day: November 7, 2014

Contract Awarded for Route 14 Resurfacing

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awards a 1-point-3 million dollar contract to APAC-Missouri for the resurfacing of Route 14 in Douglas County. The contract also includes pavement and Americans with Disabilities Act improvements in Ava from 12th Avenue to Washington Avenue. The commission approved the project Thursday during its regular meeting in Sikeston.

Veteran’s Parade to Feature 98 Participants

BRANSON, Mo. – This year’s Veteran’s Day Parade will feature nearly 100 participants trekking a new parade route in downtown Branson. The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 913 in Branson are hosting the parade this year. President Ron Simmons is excited about the new parade route: http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf The parade is scheduled to begin at 11 …

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OTC Table Rock to Host Veterans Day Event

Ozarks Technical Community College is hosting a couple of Veterans Day events this year, including one at the Table Rock Campus in Hollister. Director of Communications Mark Miller… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf The artwork is interactive, so attendees can write notes in commemoration of specific veterans. Miller points out that approximately 1-thousand veterans are currently taking classes at …

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Rockaway Beach Officials Remain Optimistic

Officials in Rockaway Beach who supported a quarter-cent sales tax proposal for parks are disappointed with the outcome of Tuesday’s election, but remain optimistic about future improvements. Alderwoman Edi Rownd spoke with HometownDailyNews.com… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Rownd says the discussion about parks will continue at the next board of aldermen meeting. And she hopes those who voted …

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