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Primo’s

Primo’s

Handmade pizza, sandwiches and burgers As soon as regulars smell the aroma of fresh-baked pizza filling the restaurant, owner Jarrod Phillips is...

The Church with the Red Roof

The Church with the Red Roof

Red Top Church celebrates 200 faith-filled years In the early days of Missouri’s statehood, pioneers who poured into the wilderness brought their...

Energy Insights

Energy Insights

A candid conversation with Associated Electric Cooperative’s CEO & general manager  David Tudor, the leader of Associated Electric Cooperative,...

Big on pigs

Big on pigs

Howerton family finds a better way to feed the world October is both National Pork and Cooperative month. Osage Valley Electric Cooperative member...

A little help on the farm

A little help on the farm

Many years ago, my dad thought it would be a good idea for my brother and I to help a local farmer roof his house. While it seemed like a great...

Treasuring the West

Treasuring the West

Crane author uses Missouri history to keep adventure alive by Jessica Jainchill  |  info@ruralmissouri.coopphoto by Zach Smith  | ...

Back to School at New-Mac U

Back to School at New-Mac U

Member-owner education continues at New-Mac Electric It’s not often that a session of night school ends with a round of applause, but on a clear...

Saving The Stuff of History

Saving The Stuff of History

That shoebox full of letters handed down from your parents or grandparents, those handwritten recipes from your great-aunt, those ticket stubs to a Beatles concert from 1966 — don’t feel guilty about keeping them. They may seem like junk that other family members won’t ever care about, but county, specialty and state historical societies might welcome them to their collections when you are done with them.

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