Pineville, Mo. News


Youth Coon Hunt, Bean Supper Scheduled (McDonald County Press)

Do you want to go coon hunting? Do you enjoy hearing the bark of a treed dog? How about ham and beans? Do you like them? You can enjoy all these things at the Y... Read More »

Tiny Insect Can Do Mighty Damage (McDonald County Press)

The emerald ash borer may be a tiny insect, but its damage can be mighty. Read More »

Summer Ball Registration In Full Swing (McDonald County Press)

During ball season, you'll find Stephanie Sweeten down at the ballfields. Read More »

Conference Explored Fescue, Biosecurity, Weed Control (McDonald County Press)

MARSHFIELD -- Seventy people from nine counties participated in the 93rd Annual Webster County Diversified Agriculture Conference held in Marshfield on Jan. 28. Read More »

Good Evidence Fermented Foods Might be Good for Gut, and Overall Health Says MU Extension Nutrition Specialist (McDonald County Press)

SPRINGFIELD -- Fermented foods have become very popular due to their purported health benefits. That leaves many to wonder whether this hot food trend has conti... Read More »

Three Cheers for Cherries' Healing Properties (McDonald County Press)

LAMAR -- Some of the nutrition trends over the last year are carrying over to the New Year include consuming a more "natural" diet and finding "n... Read More »

Master Gardener's "Potting Shed University" Programs Begin March 6 at Botanical Center (McDonald County Press)

SPRINGFIELD -- Master Gardeners of Greene County are hosting seven diverse classes this spring as part of their annual Potting Shed University program. Read More »

Helping Plants Injured By Recent Cold Temperatures (McDonald County Press)

SPRINGFIELD -- Recent cold temperatures may have injured plants in home landscapes, according to Patrick Byers, horticulture specialist, University of Missouri ... Read More »

In Search Of The Stone (McDonald County Press)

I fervently believe that, for a poor soul of advanced years, I am in relatively good health. Oh sure, I have some arthritis, and those trips to the restroom see... Read More »

Noel Council Adopts Highway Miles (McDonald County Press)

At its Tuesday meeting, the Noel City Council learned that paperwork had arrived from the Missouri Department of Transportation for the council to adopt two mil... Read More »

Pineville Council Plans Water, Sewer Rate Raise (McDonald County Press)

The Pineville City Council has taken the first step in raising water and sewer rates by 15 cents. Read More »

Fitness Gurus Launch Scholarship (McDonald County Press)

Treby Davis never thought doing stomach crunches would help a local high school student pay for an ACT test. Read More »

Sponsorships Available For Trailblazer Events (McDonald County Press)

People can help build a trail between Pineville and Anderson without ever getting off the couch. Read More »

Take Anti-Mosquito Precautions During Winter (McDonald County Press)

If you find yourself doing a little more scratching this time of year, it could be that those pesky biting insects associated with warmer days are already sinki... Read More »

Republican Club Regular Meeting Canceled (McDonald County Press)

There will be no regular Republican Club meeting in February due to the annual McDonald County Republican Lincoln Day. This year's Lincoln Day will be held at R... Read More »

Dowd Loves Job As Funeral Director (McDonald County Press)

Tracy Dowd of Ozark Funeral Home, with 23 years of experience as an embalmer and funeral director, loves her job. Read More »

9th-Grade Honor Roll (McDonald County Press)

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10th-Grade Honor Roll (McDonald County Press)

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11th-Grade Honor Roll (McDonald County Press)

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12th-Grade Honor Roll (McDonald County Press)

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