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Memorial Field gets makeover as interest grows in summer Little League program

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Memorial Field gets makeover as interest grows in summer Little League program

Bethany’s summer baseball program has seen a surge in participation following several lean years, according to Jeremy VanMeter who is president of the Bethany Baseball Association. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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North Harrison livestock team wins top honors in state competition

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North Harrison livestock team wins top honors in state competition

The North Harrison FFA Livestock Judging Team, consisting of team members Brandy Rivet, Bobby Hutton, Mardee Sadowsky and Payton Craig, brought home the title of Top Overall team as well as Top FFA Team at the Missouri Livestock Judging and Grading Contest held over the weekend in Columbia at Trowbridge Arena on the campus of the…

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The Awaken Project captures students’ attention and awareness of choices

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The Awaken Project captures students’ attention and awareness of choices

By Emma Coulthard The Awaken Project came to the South Harrison high school Feb. 28, to showcase their musical talents and enlighten the area youth of the importance of making the right choices and staying drug and alcohol free. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Towns fought to be on route of the Jefferson Highway

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Towns fought to be on route of the Jefferson Highway

This is the second in a series about the Jefferson Highway, which is 100 years old this year. Hundreds of towns engaged in spirited competitions to be a part of the route of the Jefferson Highway when the planning began more than 100 years ago for the Pine to Palm international highway. TO READ FULL…

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Mayor’s tie-breaking vote keeps 30th Street plan alive

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Mayor’s tie-breaking vote keeps 30th Street plan alive

Westward Councilman Randy Brejnik’s motion to discontinue spending money on the South TIF District project came one vote short of passing at Monday night’s meeting of the Bethany City Council. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Utility abatements are sought for Dollar Tree

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Utility abatements are sought for Dollar Tree

A development group proposing a new Dollar Tree store on the I-35, Highway 136 interchange in Bethany told the City Council Monday night that the new retail store would bring economic benefits to the community. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Narrow storm line spawns tornadoes

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Narrow storm line spawns tornadoes

Tornado warnings were sounded across Harrison County Monday night when a long line of storms crossed northern Missouri, causing damage at some locations. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Ground broken for new sewer plant

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Ground broken for new sewer plant

Bethany’s long wait for the start of construction on its new wastewater treatment plant came to a end Monday morning when Mayor Dick Graner officially broke ground for the $7 million facility. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Area 4-H’ers participate in Northwest Missouri Energizer event at Cameron

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Area 4-H’ers  participate in Northwest Missouri Energizer event at Cameron

Harrison County 4-H Clubs participated in the Northwest Missouri Energizer at Cameron, Mo., hosted by the University of Missouri Extension 4-H with over 300 4-H families and presenters. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Food pantry volunteers honored

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Food pantry volunteers honored

Republican-Clipper photo Food pantry volunteers honored: Donna and Harold Carter of New Hampton, center, were honored during a ceremony for their volunteer work with the Harrison County Food Pantry. The Carters have retired from the pantry. They are pictured with pantry board President Robert Skeens, Rose Preston, Cristi Clark, Jeannie VanMeter and Virginia Lyon.

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