McJunkin passes away at age 88 LIBERTY—City officials and residents are mourning the loss of Liberty City Councilman Walt McJunkin, who passed away on March 2 at his residence in Liberty.
“He was a great servant to the City of Liberty,” Liberty Mayor Michael Sheriff said. “He served on council off and on since the 1950s. He was very active in the community and very well liked. His service to the city was exemplary.”
Lavant Padgett, also a Liberty City Council Member, s...
Feeding hungry children Chick-fil-A of Easley supports several community projects in the Pickens County and Powdersville Communities.
Feed A Hungry Child, which serves 406 elementary school children food on the weekends was the recipient of
a check for $293 from Easley Chick-fil-A. The money was raised through the sale of calendars in the restaurant
for a 2 week period in December. Pictured above is Kathy Brazinski of Chick-fil-A, presenting the check to Mille...
‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ opens Friday at SWU This year’s student production, “Jesus Christ Superstar,” will feature a reverent staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical interpretation of the events of Holy Week.
“It is my hope that this version of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ will allow people to experience Christ and his resurrection through a fresh, respectful staging of Lloyd Webber’s musical interpretation of the Passion, said Melanie Gibson Rowell, the show’s director.
Show times ar...
Poverty Simulation is March 16 PICKENS COUNTY—A simulation created by Missouri Community Action aims to enlighten the local community about the struggles of poverty.
The Poverty Simulation, designed “open people’s eyes to the human cost of poverty,” begins on March 16 at Pickens Presbyterian Church on West Main Street in Pickens.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon.
“The power of this unique learning resource is that it creates, like nothing else, insight int...