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Sunday April 21st 2019



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Accident on Highway 39 South of Shell Knob

Accident on Highway 39 South of Shell Knob

Accident on Highway 39 By Paula Andersen Skid marks show the path through the boulders       The parking lot of Viola Baptist Church was the scene of an accident around midnight on Saturday night. State Highway 39 is known for its’ sharp curves and unexpected corners. There is one of those turns five miles south of Shell Knob, [...]

Coast Guard Panda Plunges in Polar Bear Event

By Penny Bailey and Philip Johnson    The Second Annual Shell Knob Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the Kornerstone Adult Education Program was a success.    The weather held off for the event on Saturday, Feb. 8th. We had a  total overcast, mid-30's air with a water temperature of 41 degrees with a light breeze. No ice or high wind was at or [...]

Sparks Fly at Local Public Hearing for proposed AQUA Rate Increase

Sparks Fly at Local Public Hearing for proposed AQUA Rate Increase

by Paula Andersen The Shell Knob Elementary school gym warmed with the heated comments of 35 plus individuals that chose to venture out Thursday night.  The crowd started to arrive at 5 pm for this important official Public Hearing in response to AQUA’s request for another rate request.  This will be the third in 3 ½ years and equates to a [...]

Most Noteable Woman for 2010

Jeannie Jones owner of The Rattler newspaper has been awarded the Ozark  first annual award for the most Noteworthy Woman of the year.  Her dedication to Shell Knob by providing it a paper for 30 years and being a voice of the people is remarkable.

Valentine’s Day Specials at Shell Knob

Several important events and items will mark the Valentine's Day celebrations at Shell Knob and the surrounding area.  Cabin Fever's owner,  is creating a delicious treat of Chocolate covered Strawberries for your sweetheart. Check it out!  She will be offering these for sale February 10-13 . On the Bayou is having its Grand Opening with [...]

Shell Knob Community Services Awards Will Recognize Individuals

By Paula Andersen The Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce is asking the community to nominate someone who has dedicated themselves to the betterment of the area.  Each year the Chamber presents two awards to dedicated volunteers who are the Business person of the Year and Community Service Award.  If you have someone in mind who fits this [...]

Shell Knob First Responders Serve Great Chili and the Community Responds

  Saturday’s chilly day did not discourage the community’s turnout to the First Responders chili and soup fundraiser.  Becky Davidson, a member of the Shell Knob First Responders, and cashier for the day said that over 500 tickets were sold for this important community event.  The event included numerous donated items that were raffled [...]

Shell Knob Lions Meeting at Noon on Monday-Cancelled

Monday is the "Free Lunch" business meeting.  Anna is serving her famous turkey pot pie. Come as you are and bring ideas for building membership and vote for officers for next year.

On the Bayou Serving Cajun Food and Fun

We have all wondered what the hammering and loud noises were coming from the old Carole Restaurant in Shell Knob. Well, the wondering is over, and out of the oldest building and the oldest restaurant space in Shell Knob rises the newest star, On the Bayou! Will and Jennifer Robinson have created a new and larger eating venue for the  patron [...]

Mardi Gras or Something FUN Marking the END of Winter

Eureka Gras in Eureka Springs, Arkansas has always marked a turning away from the cold of winter and the awaking of the thoughts of spring. This year the party will start with the Coronation Royal Ball on Thursday, February 4th. The celebration starts at 6 pm at the Crescent Hotel and the carnival will continue through February 16,2010. This [...]

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