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Cainsville residents may have been victims of mail theft; ex-USPS contractor faces charge

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Cainsville residents may have been victims of mail theft; ex-USPS contractor faces charge

The indictment of a Trenton postal contract route driver for stealing mail may answer why Cainsville residents noticed that some of their birthday and greeting cards did not arrive at their destination last year. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Regional Teacher of the Year nominee

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Regional Teacher of the Year nominee

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Tae Kwon Do returns to town on Saturday

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Tae Kwon Do returns to town on Saturday

Hundreds of martial arts enthusiasts from the Midwest will be returning to Bethany this Saturday, March 18, for the 8th annual Tae Kwon Do tournament. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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South Harrison fills 2 principal positions

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South Harrison fills 2 principal positions

The South Harrison Board of Education filled a pair of top school administrator positions during a special executive meet on Friday at the high school. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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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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Florene Arnellia Constable

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Florene Arnellia Constable, 88, Ridgeway died Monday, March 6, 2017 at Harrison County Community Hospital. Florene was born January 31, 1929 near Akron, MO., to Harold and Leah (Hullinger) Rockhold. She married Paul Carlyle Constable on October 4, 1947. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son: Gene and brother-in-law: Junior Johnson. Survivors:…

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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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Softball academic All State

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Softball academic All State

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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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