In addition to current media releases, in this week’s print edition of The lick news:
School is now in full swing; stay up to date with area school menus, sports schedules, Trainees of the Week and Athlete of the Week. Our Newspaper in Education column is a new learning opportunity for some and a great refresher for others; This week we celebrate our United States Constitution. MSU-WP announces the 2022 Summer Chancellor’s List and Dean’s List and MSU announces the 2022 Summer Dean’s List.
News from Texas County Memorial Hospital is included, as well as information on kidney stones.
Hunters are encouraged to help monitor the wildlife population by participating in the Bowhunter Observation Survey. The Missouri Department of Agriculture informs the public of an Organic Certification Cost Sharing Program.
Texas County Licking Library reminds everyone that September is Library Card Sign-Up Month – get the card! They also have new books, new movies, and activities available. Please consider becoming a Friend of the Library; the next meeting is September 21 at 11 am in the library.
As we transition into fall favorites, Linda Mondy features a recipe for a late-summer meal featuring “Hawaiian Turkey Salad” in this week’s Ozarks Cooks.
Rick Mansfield, Reflections from the Road, offers various explanations of “Courage” while sharing various tours taken by icons, remembering the same thing. Larry Dablemont talks about “warm weather hunting” and when it can be better, cooler and easier on the canines. Scott Hamilton continues his quest with “The Life Cycle of a Star” based on the expectation that stars seen by the James Webb Space Telescope may age, with younger stars farther away and older stars closer, at Tech Talk this week.
The Election Integrity Act is in place and includes a voter ID requirement to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat.
Stay current with reports and updates from the Licking Fire Department, County Commission, Courthouse, Sheriff’s Department, MoDOT, MSHP, and MSHP’s ongoing synopsis on new laws related to public safety.
The lick news is a great way to keep in touch with the Licking community. Excellent weekly columns, job listings, area-wide menus, city, county, and state updates, obituaries, upcoming local area events, and classifieds are included in this week’s print edition.
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