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How Has Immigration Impacted McDonald County?

Earlier this year, the State Historical Society of Missouri awarded Center for Missouri Studies 2022 fellowships to several scholars. One of the recipients was Craig Amason from the Missouri State University Libraries. He received the award for his study, “The Impact of Immigration in McDonald County in the Twenty-First Century.”...
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McDonald Co. students donate to Children’s Miracle Network hospital

ANDERSON, Mo. — Local high school students handed over a generous donation Thursday. The McDonald County High School National Honor Society raised $11,00 for the Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Students organized a color run called “Nora’s Run” a couple weeks ago in honor of the school counselor’s 5-year-old daughter, Nora. She has a rare disease and CMN has helped with her medical treatment.
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Anderson receives grant focusing on water system

ANDERSON, Mo. — A McDonald County community is putting a focus on water. The City of Anderson recently received a large grant. The money will help officials identify problems with the city’s wastewater system. “We gotta get our infrastructure underway and get it up to date to keep...
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Summer school fun comes in hundreds of packages

McDONALD COUNTY, Mo. — Hundreds of boxes were dropped off at five different schools in McDonald County Tuesday. It’s all part of the “Summer Journey” curriculum as teachers prepare for summer school. Remediation classes will be offered as usual, but the “Summer Journey” supplies allow for additional fun, hands-on learning opportunities.
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From Pick-off to Walk-Off: Tigers Win in Improbable Finish

Pinch-runner Caide White was picked off , but then he and the Tigers walked it off against McDonald County. Representing the winning run at second base in the bottom of the seventh inning, White strayed too far from the bag and would have been caught in a rundown — but the pickoff throw sailed into center field and White scampered home, giving the Tigers a 6-5 win over the Mustangs.
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News to Know: Drivers beware of flooded roads, Some campsites closed over the weekend

NEWTON COUNTY, Mo. – Across Southwest Missouri a lot of roads and low water areas were flooded earlier and authorities say they’ll remain that way for now. It’s led to at least one water rescue. The driver of a half-ton truck became stalled in low water in the Seneca District. The driver managed to climb on top of the truck once the cab filled with water. A backhoe was used to rescue that driver. ·
JOPLIN, MO

McDonald County over run by flood waters

McDONALD COUNTY, Mo. — Some roads in McDonald County have been over run by flood waters, and others are close to that point but Emergency Management Director Gregg Sweeten says most highways are still passable so far. Highway H east of Elk Springs Road, between Pineville and Noel, did...
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McDonald County Teacher of the Year

SOUTHWEST CITY, Mo. — An area teacher is given one of her district’s highest honors for helping students play catch up with some of their classmates. Succeeding in school can be hard enough, even when you speak English. “Happy Cinco De Mayo ladies,” said Audrey Cloud, McDonald County...
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Push for pre-K and kindergarten enrollment rise

PINEVILLE, Mo. — Early Childhood teachers in McDonald County are recruiting students as enrollment for next year approaches. Officials say enrollment in the county for pre-K and kindergarten is down from previous years. So, Early Childhood educators have launched a new effort to reach parents to make sure their kids get signed-up on time. They’re making the push through social media, and community outreach — and are already seeing results.
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McDonald Co. Schools welcome new Privacy Pods equipment

ANDERSON, Mo. — McDonald County High School has discovered new and innovative ways to assist their students. “It’s honestly kind of a relief to have a private place to go. Because this room in the big area we set it aside for students to do homework-help or anything that they need. So, It’s kind of a relief to have just a really quiet place for students to go that I know is confidential,” said Erica Price, Community Liaison McDonald County High School.
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