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This week we are revisiting pumpkin spice everything, you know because it's October and it's the seasonal law. Just kidding, but pumpkin spice is everywhere and for good reason, you can make so much from the puree. This cool weather also makes coffee more popular too, so I'm pairing the two in a coffee cake. After a google search on coffee cakes, I learned there are over 2.4 billion results. Germany was the first country to serve coffee with a sponge-like cake, later becoming the popular traditional cinnamon-flavored coffee cakes in the United States. So, I set out to find a pumpkin coffee cake that would be perfect for any time of the day. This recipe is easy, it freezes well and won't last long. Oddly enough, very few coffee cake recipes included coffee in the ingredients, I may have to look further into that, sounds like a perfect pair to me. Happy baking. more
Providential Farms have their beautiful Fall mums every week in a great variety of colors! Collins Nursery has Fall trees, bushes, shrubs, and other nursery items until the end of October. more
Ah, dear culinary adventurers! Welcome back to my kitchen, where we embark on yet another gastronomic journey with me - but heed my warning, this isn't just a trot around the taste buds, it's a full-blown escapade into the whimsical world of creamy, dreamy soup alchemy. Gather ‘round, soup enthusiasts, as today, our cauldrons will bubble with a potion so potent in flavor, it could awaken the spirits of forgotten culinary wizards! more
During the first 40 years of my column, I’m sure the following reprinted column spread more joy, especially to mothers, than any. more
Ozarks Healthcare announces a collaborative effort with Assist America Home Services, Gentiva and all other organizations who provide community care across OZH’s seven-county service area in Missouri. more
Baxter Health officials announce the addition of Edwin “Ed” Roeder, MD, a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, to its medical staff and the team of healthcare professionals at Baxter Health Bone & Joint Clinic. more
To some, “Don’t let the bedbugs bite” isn’t just a quaint good-night wish. Bedbugs are a nightmare for people in the hospitality and housing industries, says Sam Polly, coordinator of University of Missouri Extension’s Pesticide Safety Education Program. more
Amidst the gentle caress of the Ozark winds and the resonant hum of strumming strings, Ha Ha Tonka—an embodiment of rustic American allure and musical narrative—birthed a symphony that echoed through the rolling hills and beyond, entwining the whimsical and the somber into a melodic tapestry. The creation of Ha Ha Tonka was more than a musical pursuit; it was an earnest conveyance of stories painted with a palette of eclectic sounds, infused with the spirit of their homeland, the Ozarks in Missouri. more
With cascading, auburn locks, pale skin, and an almost ethereal light surrounding Him, the image of Jesus Christ, as it is widely recognized in the United States and in numerous parts of the Western world, has long been entrenched in the collective conscience of societies. However, historians, theologians, and archeologists often posit a starkly contrasting portrait of the Savior. more
Jimmy Abbott was born September 19, 1967, without a right hand. When he started school his classmates teased him mercilessly. Despite his disability he developed a love for baseball. When he began playing catch with his dad he soon threw away his chunky prosthesis and eventually became so good at tucking his glove between his arm and body and throwing with his left hand that he could field as well as any player. more
Our ancestors couldn’t go to the hardware store or shopping mall to buy utensils and other household essentials. Instead, they improvised with items found in nature. The dried fruit of several members of the cucumber family proved useful for many purposes, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. more
I once heard a pastor say that the answer to every need and solution to every spiritual that we have as believers has been purchased by the blood of Jesus Christ that was shed on the cross. more
Proverbs 3:5 says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart.” Psalm 86:11 reads, “Teach me your way, O Lord, that I may walk in your truth; give me an undivided heart to revere your name.” The word “heart” is used over 700 times in the Bible. Today we think of a person’s heart as a vital organ, the muscle which pumps blood throughout the body, and it is. In ancient times, the heart was considered to be the center of a person’s thinking, feeling, and doing. When we read the Bible, it is important to remember this. Proverbs 4:23 says, “Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flows the springs of life.” Let us learn God’s Word by heart, trust and love God with all our heart, and remember Jesus’ words, “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.” (John 14:1) May God bless your week! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Willow Springs and Mtn. View. more
Hosea 2:14  But then I will win her back once again. I will lead her into the desert and speak tenderly to her there. more
A Car and Car-Culture Art Show, hosted by Ozark Artery, will be on display at the Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 W. Trish Knight St., during the Downtown Fall Block Party, 11 a.m to 4 p.m. Oct. 14. more
In automotive history, few cars have encapsulated the blend of luxury, performance, and timeless design quite like the Jaguar XK150. Emerging into a post-war world, where innovation sparked within the hearts and minds of engineers and designers alike, the XK150 did not merely step into the limelight; it bounded, with a purr that echoed its namesake and a design that, to this day, captivates enthusiasts and collectors worldwide. more
Missouri net farm income sees a backslide from record-setting levels in 2022, according to the fall 2023 Missouri Farm Income Outlook report released by the Rural and Farm Finance Policy Analysis Center (RaFF) at the University of Missouri. more
Large rural lifestyle retail chain Tractor Supply Company announced this week the 146 recipients of the inaugural FFA Future Leaders Scholarship by Tractor Supply, including one local, MaKenna Taylor of Moody. more
Do you wonder if your saddle fits your horse properly? Do you have questions about the best types of grass to use for your pastures? Do you want to know strategies to reduce the amount of hay your horses waste? more
Several contests are held each year at the annual Black Gold Walnut Festival, set to take place Friday and Saturday on the historic court square in Alton. more
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