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Creative Arts of Shell Knob written by Eunice Blazek

Creative Arts of Shell Knob written by Eunice Blazek

Jeanette Lowe, watercolor artist.  Jeannette Lowe enjoyed the opening day of her solo art show on Saturday, March 5th, at the CASK Gallery.  Visitors and friends came to the gallery to view a collection of her beautiful watercolors and spend some time with her.  Jeanette's art will be featured all this month so we welcome your visit to her [...]

Book Signings at Shell Knob Library written by Jo Twidwell

Cutline under the photo: Left to Right:  Richard Meyer, Jim Wulz, Jackie Witherspoon, Missy Wolf, Jo Twidwell, Tom Koob. Six local authors were at the Shell Knob Library signing and selling their books on Saturday, January 16, for a good cause. Proceeds from all sales were donated to the Shell Knob Public Library Building Fund. [...]

Monday, Dec. 21st ARVEST BANK will have a Chamber Ribbon Cutting at Noon for the GRAND OPENING of their new facility

Monday, Dec. 21st ARVEST BANK will have a Chamber Ribbon Cutting at Noon for the GRAND OPENING of their new facility

Arvest new drive up Arvest Blue is new and bright in Shell Knob

Central Crossing Fire Protection District Honors Members at Holiday Dinner

New members in the last year include: Karty, Charlotte, Kendal & Kyle Burbridge. Also Alani Lantz Certificate & 5 year pin here to present to Clyde Lobb & Kyla Moore Certificate & 10 year pin here to present to Fred Swihart Plaque & 25 year pin & here to present to Rob Hall 40 year plaque & pin here to Pat [...]

TOO SAD IF YOU MISSED THIS ONE!!! Over 200 individuals took home several hundred books, records, movies, and recorded music. Shoppers were handed plastic bags and for $3.00 they filled them with many treasures! Shell Knob Library Book Sale Starts at 8:30 am is Saturday October 17, 2915

Tomorrow is the first day of the Shell Knob Library's Book Sale!  This year there are many more items to be shopped and purchased.  In addition to the usual wonderful collection of hardbound and paperback books there will be LP records, VHS video's DVD videos, crafting books, books, children books, a lectern, books on quilting, crafting, a [...]

New Face in Librarian Position at Shell Knob Library

New Face in Librarian Position at Shell Knob Library

Anita Augustine, is a new face at the Shell Knob Library. Anita, her significant other and Miss Kitty, her dog live at Eagle Rock, Mo. She is eager to start another career in Shell Knob Library. Anita has had a successful career in Human Resources and corporate educational development.    "After about six months of retirement I was ready to [...]

Lutheran Church Soup Supper provides a Donation for the Library

Lutheran Church Soup Supper provides a Donation for the Library

Karen Foster, library volunteer, Anita Augustine, new librarian, accept almost $2,000 from the Lutheran Soup Supper event. Ed Johnson, President of the Lutheran Church Council, Angie Heuback, Library Youth Coordinator,and Ruby Hodge treasurer of the Lutheran Church Council present check.

What a display of top quality work! Over 199 readers responded to this notice and many more went to the show! Quilt Show Judging is TONIGHT! Viewing Saturday and Sunday

What a display of top quality work!  Over 199 readers responded to this notice and many more went to the show! Quilt Show Judging is TONIGHT! Viewing Saturday and Sunday

The Last Supper, painted by Leonardo DaVinci It is that time of year again.  The Discovery Quilters of Shell Knob is featuring its bi-annual quilt show this year.  The theme is "Check Out Our Bloomers Quilt Show".  The show will be held at the Shell Knob Elementary School on Hwy.39 north of the bridge by two miles on the right side(East) of [...]

Carnaval at the Shell Knob Senior Center

Carnaval at the Shell Knob Senior Center

Food, family, and fun!   Children and adults enjoying the day Angie Hueback celebrating with the children as a clown   On Saturday, September 12th, Central Crossing Senior Center held its first ever carnival.  There was a nice crowd, clowns, face-painting and great food.  A fun time was had by all.  Thanks to our many [...]

So you were wondering why highway 39 was closed for 5 hours on Friday afternoon. . . guess what?

So you were wondering why highway 39 was closed for 5 hours on Friday afternoon. . . guess what?

The silver truck was flipped on its back.

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