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As I write this, my Mother's Day is winding down, actually it's been a weekend of family, good food and remanisisting.  When your Mother is no longer with you, holidays are more important, to keep the lost alive in our thoughts and memories and one way to do that is with food. My Mom was a Mum, born and raised in England. She came to the states in her late 20's, alone, to find work. She lived through a time of war, where everything was rationed so there wasn't much for desserts but one English dish lives on with me. The English Trifle was once a basic recipe of lady fingers, pudding, cream and fruit all layered and chilled to blend the flavors. Now, there are so many ways to prepare trifles that I hope the original doesn't ever get lost. One modern version sure caught my eye so I thought I'd share it this week, in honor of my Mum and my English roots this Mother's day. I hope your Mother's Day was everything you wanted plus dessert!  more
Hello fellow food lovers, and welcome back to my kitchen. Gnocchi, those delightful Italian dumplings, are a beloved comfort food that can transform any meal into a cozy, satisfying feast. Homemade gnocchi is a labor of love that yields tender, pillowy bites far superior to their store-bought counterparts. In this detailed guide, we’ll walk you through each step of making gnocchi from scratch, ensuring you achieve perfect results every time. more
The Ozarks Small Business Incubator’s EPIC: Nurturing Growth in Agriculture event held May 2 to celebrate annual National Small Business Week drew about 70 area residents. more
Marissa Ayers, a senior at Couch High School in Myrtle who will be attending Missouri State University-West Plains this fall, was one of 30 students selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship as part of the Missouri STEM Signing Day. more
On May 2, U.S. Rep. Jason Smith (MO-8) held a reception in Perryville to recognize high school students from Missouri’s 8th Congressional District who made it to the final round of the 2024 Congressional Art Competition. At the event, Smith announced that Miah Bressie, a senior at Houston High School, took home first place for her piece, “Mistique.” more
May is an exciting time of year. Students and teachers are wrapping up the school year, and summer vacation is approaching. more
As public awareness grows about the harmful effects of invasive plants, the Missouri Invasive Plant Council (MoIP) seeks to recognize individuals and groups performing outstanding work detecting and controlling invasive plant species in Missouri with its Invasive Plant Action Award Program. MoIP is accepting award nominations through June 15. more
As springtime's gentle breezes give way to the warmth of early summer, a palpable sense of anticipation and celebration sweeps through communities all across the United States. In this season of new beginnings, both bustling university campuses and the intimate grounds of small town high schools become stages for one of life's most cherished rites of passage: graduation. more
The Lamborghini Miura, introduced in 1966, stands as one of the most iconic and groundbreaking vehicles in automotive history. Celebrated for its astonishing beauty, formidable power, and engineering ingenuity, the Miura not only redefined sports car aesthetics but also established Lamborghini as a paragon of luxury and performance. This article explores the genesis, evolution, and enduring legacy of the Miura, a car that remains a symbol of the golden age of motor racing and a pinnacle of 1960s automotive design. more
Arts Alliance member events and activities: more
The grace and unconditional love of God is something that I have become intimately acquainted with in my life, both through the experience of living as a believer in Christ and through the explicit teachings found in the Word of God. more
Local artist Barbara Williams will present “What Rock Buildings Say About the People of the Ozarks” at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Ozarks Heritage Research Center (OHRC). more
“Help your Uncle George set those truss hoops, Charles,” Matt Myers said as he looked up from the flour barrel he was making and saw his 13-year-old son standing in the doorway. more
As I walked to my car following a very busy Sunday, a man called across our parking lot, “Are you the pastor?” I answered I was one of the church’s pastors and asked what he needed. He began crying as he told me this sad story. He had been hired by a lady in a subdivision near our building to cut down a tree in her front yard. They agreed on a price, but no formal contract was drawn up. However, as he completed the job, she called the police, claiming he had cut down her tree, and she did not know why. According to him, the police refused to get involved, explaining it was a dispute over a relatively small sum of money and there was no contract. The gentleman said the police officers were very kind to him, but he was not paid and was relying on the money from the job for his rent. I bought him something to eat and drove him home. more
Luke 1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost: more
“The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and he helps me. My heart leaps for joy, and with my song I praise him.” Psalm 28:7 (NIV) Our God wants us to trust him. To trust God is to believe in God’s reliability, truth, and strength, and the Bible shows us the many ways God cares for us. Again and again in the scriptures we are encouraged to “trust in the Lord with all our heart.” (Proverbs 3:5) Jesus said that he longed to gather his people and shelter them like a mother hen shelters her chicks under her wings (Matthew 23:37). Our God gave us life, and God provides for us, shelters us, and, through Christ’s sacrifice, saves us. This is the Good News of God’s love in Jesus Christ. May we trust God in all things and experience the peace he offers, the peace that passes all understanding. May God bless your week! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Willow Springs and Mtn. View. more
The time has come for a real, honest conversation about faith. Not the tidy Sunday school version, but the gritty, everyday kind that has you wrestling with doubts before your morning coffee. In the world of Christianity, faith is often seen as this gold standard—a measure of how tight you are with the Big Guy upstairs. The more unshakeable your faith, the closer you're perceived to be to the divine. It's like spiritual street cred. For some, faith is as natural as breathing. They hear "God created the Earth and everything on it, and Jesus died for our sins," and they nod along, no questions asked. To them, it's as obvious as the nose on your face. more
Willow Springs High School’s Class of 2024 celebrated graduation exercises Saturday. more
The Zizzer Pride Band has a new leader. more
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