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Pretty dresses, fancy hairdos and bright smiles painted the scene for the third annual Daddy Daughter Dance held on February 16. Dad’s and father figures alike escorted the little girls aged kindergarten through eighth grade for an evening of dining and dancing. The event is hosted each year…

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Earlier this morning, the eighth annual Shed Antler Hunt for Youth started at 8:30 a.m.  and is scheduled to last until 3 p.m. at the M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center near the Cannon Dam. Loved ones brought their children from the surrounding area to enjoy the outdoors.  The event is p…

An evening with Spencer Camp will be offered at The Apron Café on Saturday, February 23. Seating will begin at 6:30 p.m. Camp will be playing his talents on his amazing saxophone. Guests will start the evening with a salad and be served a finger food style buffet. This will be a Valentine sp…

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Saturday, Feb. 9, marked the seventeenth annual Lucky Hearts Banquet. The Holy Rosary PTO fundraiser hosts the popular date night each year.  The event took place at the Knights of Columbus Hall, as it has in all the years past. There were 300 tickets available which were all sold at this ye…

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The Knights of Columbus are hosting an elegant evening of dinner, music and dancing for daughters Kindergarten through Eighth Grade, along with their father figure at the Daddy Daughter Dance. This annual event is enjoyed by the young ladies of the future generation as they are escorted with…

Swinkey Days for Kids was held July 9-11. The annual event hosted 165 participating kids ages 4 and older. Each child received a blue t-shirt with the verse Matthew 5:16 Let Your Light Shine, the theme for the week printed on the back.

Co-writers, Bradi Keller and Camryn Hays celebrate with Bradi’s grandmother, Cindy Hancock and Camryn’s grandfather, Gary Yager during a booksigning of their book, The Journey of Cancer.

With eyes of steal blue, there’s no denying these two men who have only known each other for a little more than a year, are truly father and son. The two men sat teary eyed at times reflecting back on the past, present and future.

Jennifer and Jamie Karr, lead prayer prior to the meal, at the Kolton Edward Memorial Karr show held in memory of their son.

The H&Co booth, owned by Heidi Potterfield, was nestled in front of the old K-Lee clothing store building which was once owned and operated by Potterfield’s great-great-aunt, Bernadette Kelly, both were a favorite to women in the community.

On Friday, Feb. 16, 15 Monroe City R-1 athletes were recognized for athletic careers. Including, Brad Cheek, Jess Greiman, Michael Ryan, Emma Wilson and Ashlin Wisdom. Students and parents lined the entire span of the gymnasium during intermission of the Varsity games.

Phil and Jill Campbell’s home on the corner of Summer and West Border Street was the winner of the residential lighting contest.