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Republican-Clipper photo Bikers gather for funeral: Friends of longtime Bethany biker Jim Chamberlin gather outside the Roberson Funeral Home following funeral services Tuesday afternoon for Mr. Chamberlin who died unexpectedly last week. The motorcyclists formed a procession to accompany the motorcycle hearse bearing Mr. Chamberlin’s body to the Allen Cemetery for graveside services. Nearly 100…
Natalie McFall, whose camera has recorded nearly every South Harrison sporting event and school activity since 2008, retired from teaching in May after a 28-year career at three Harrison County schools. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
By Phil Conger Chris Nyhagen, an Air Force veteran, had only modest ambitions a few years ago when he set up a table and began selling ice to fishermen visiting the Harrison County Lake.
Former Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Richard Fordyce told area newspaper editors Thursday that the region should embrace the idea that agriculture has a growing role in Northwest Missouri’s economy. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
Many Harrison County residences suffered damage from a tremendous storm that hit this area late Thursday night early Friday morning. A semi was laid over on its side as it was going north on interstate 35 before the Ridgeway exit TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
Submitted photo Bridging a stream: Workers install the forms to prepare for the concrete supports for a bridge south of Route O on 290th Street in Sherman Township. The bridge over Sugar Creek will replace the Red Bridge which had been used for many years.
The Harrison County Health Department’s community garden has been doing really well this season, already sprouting produce. Health Department administrator Courtney Cross said, “We couldn’t have asked for a better planting season.” TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
During a special meeting on June 9, the Harrison County Community Hospital District board of directors appointed Christina (Tina) Gillespie as the organization’s chief executive officer, a position she had held on an interim basis since January 31.
Republican-Clipper photo Sidewalk program moving along: The Haggatt Excavating crew poured new sidewalks at 24th and Vandivert Streets as part of the Safe Routes to School Project. The sidewalk will eventually be extended along 24th to the grade school.
ResoundFest was in full swing over the weekend packed full with musicians and attendees. Thousands of people came out to enjoy a weekend full of family fun, God and music TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions