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Tuesday October 16th 2018




Shell Knob “a bit of heaven” for those that have come here

Shell Knob Named “Best Place to Escape” author unknown but contributed by Clyde Lobb Shell Knob was recently recognized as the “best place to escape” in Missouri by Expedia. Expedia is one of the world’s leading travel companies. The Expedia Viewfinder blog features travel inspiration on destinations in the U.S. and across the globe. [...]

A Visit to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art sponsored by Methodist Church of Shell Knob

A Visit to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art sponsored by Methodist Church of Shell Knob

Dale Chihuly, since 1975 has created drawings on cylindrical vessels inspired by Native American textiles, like the trade blanket collection seen in this exhibition.  Colorful glass threads are carefully laid out in an intricate design and fused onto the vessel when it is in its molten stage.  The drawings and shapes on the walls here are his [...]

Editor’s Notes

As you look at Shell Knob's Bridgeway Plaza and the local grocery store, Harter House, we see new owners and new businesses.  Let's think about the immense financial and physical investment these individuals have made to be a part of our Shell Knob community. Why not try stopping by with a friendly "hello"? Too often our first encounter is to ask [...]

Editorial with Regard to Recent Shooting Incident in Alexander, VA

It makes sense in today's society to be prepared and alert.  Currently we see individuals that are disrespecting our basic freedoms.  They have lost their respect of being free, responsible, for living in America.  They have been stirred by personal biases, media sensationalism, and prejudices that have permeated their beings. Somehow they [...]

Sell Knob Weekend Fundraisers Were Successful for All

Thank you Shell Knob Shoppers for your participation in all the local fundraisers.  The library Appreciation Event had over 100 attendees and the winner of the Kindle Fire has not been notified yet.  We will report the name when the individual is contacted. The United Methodist Church had the best attendance yet to their annual Craft Fair and [...]

Letter to the Editor written by Barbara Dickerson

 Letter to the Editor Voters were asked last April to support a Library Tax Levy. Because that Tax Levy did not pass the days the Shell Knob library is open, along with all the libraries in Barry and Lawrence Counties were cut to 3 days a week. By cutting the days open, the library has had to cut back on programs and services to our community. [...]

Movie Review by Paula

Movie Review by Paula

Free State of Jones is a movie of intensity!  Matthew McConaughey portrayed Newton Knight, a man that you see changed by a war that saw his family and friends killed irreverently.  Be prepared for the first seven or so minutes of graphic battle scenes where men are killed, and mutilated by the tragic military tactics of standing and marching [...]

Library Supporters Speak out

Library Supporters Speak out

See us at Bridgeway Plaza I want to thank those many individuals that voiced their dismay concerning the closing of the Shell Knob Library facility to three days a week.  Questions that seemed utmost in their minds were why were we not informed?  Why this hard result of the people in charge.  Did they not look forward and let us know the [...]

Color Us Beautiful-Shell Knob Blooms

Color Us Beautiful-Shell Knob Blooms

Colorful, double click on pictures for a better view of plants Glenn Jones Recognition Stone is surrounded by Knockout Roses Check out the careful bordering of the plants Plaza Merchants appreciate their customers and offer a much better place to shop than the big box stores more color Thanks to a wonderful group of Master [...]

Local Library to be Limited to ONLY THREE DAYS of Service to our Community an editorial by Paula Andersen

As a child I was lucky that the local library was open six days a week.  It was five blocks from our home and it was safe to walk there. As an only child I took refuge there during the summer months as my mother was always working to sustain us.  In the winter a weekly trip was enough to return and replenish my reading library.  My love of [...]

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