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llm _ PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. PNJ photo by Rita Cox Work has begun on the interior of the Town and County Bank of LaGrange. The bank will move back /:o the downtown location after being in temporary quarters since the flood last summer. PNJ photo by Rita Cox NEW BUSINESS - Snappy Cuts owner, Tammy parks, cuts a clients hair at her new beauty shop ecently opened in downtown LaGrange. P Snappy Cuts, owned customers. w, nd operated by Tammy Tanning is also avail' parks, recently opened at able with single tans or 17 N. Main Street in La, Orange:  ' ' Sparks is a graduate of care pfoduc; accessories, Quincy Beauty Academy. She is also certified to teach beauty students. She is a Highland High School graduate. Tammy and her husband, Jesse Sparks, are the parents of five children and make their home in Ewing. The business offers all types of affordable hair care and hair care products and has convenient hours. Sparks welcomes walk-in and purses. The business's hours are 9-5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, Thursday's hours are 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Snappy Cuts is open on Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The phone number is 655-0108. Sparks looks forward to meeting her new cus- tomers. Nine students have work in honor arts show Nine Culver-Stockton Student received awards for their art work currently on display in the C-SC Stu- dent Honors Art Show on display in the Mabee Art Gallery, located in the Her- rick Foundation Center on the C-SC campus. Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until May 8. The works were judged for awards by Jessica White, instillation artist and art appreciation teach- er at St. Charles Commu- nity College in St. Charles, Mo.; William Fox, C-SC President and the C-SC Art Department faculty also chose a piece to receive an award in the show. Area students winning were: honorable mention, Kelsey Gerveler, Ewing, oil paint on canvas; Honorable mention, Brittany Darnell, Lewistown; intaglio print making. Area students selected for the exhibit include, Krystyn Sarten, Canton, and Kendra Hetzler, May- wood, Mo. Neighboi 'hood Ne', :vs I I Third set basketball t-shirts being produced Jennifer Pegler PNJ Staff Reporter For the third time this year, the owners of River- town Shirt Shop have or are preparing special shirts in honor of Canton Ladies Tigers Basketball. The first shirt became available when the ladies were district champs. The second shirt included towns in the top four in the state and the players name. The shirt set will soon be available. Owners Tam- my and John Baalman have designed a shirt in honor of the Canton High School Ladies Basketball team in 1976-1977 as well as the most recent winners 2008- 2009. The front side has "Makin' History". The back side of the shirts lists the players, managers, and coaches from both years of Canton's winning team. Shirts must be ordered in advanced and will only be available to order until May 20, 2009. The cardi- nal color of shirts will have three colors of screen print on each side. Small youth size through adult sizes can all be ordered by calling 573- 288-3102 or visit the busi- ness at 109 N. 4th Street, in Canton. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009 - PAGE 4 [ Deja" Vu all over again High water is once again present at the riverfront at LaGrange. Water has also been seen in river- bottoms throughout the County. The Mississippi River crested this past weekend at just over technical flood stage af- ter heavy rains through- out the region last week. This is the second time this year rivers have rose suddenly, and remini- scient of 2008 flooding. PNJ photo by Rita Cox PNJ photo by Rita Cox GUESS WHAT'S GROWING? - Mushroom hunting is a favorite activity of many Lewis County residents. These large morels were found last weekend. Some hunters report an off year and others are finding large amounts of the tasty treat. Miss LaGrange Pageant is May 14 Princess will start at 6:30 p.m., preceding the pag- eant. Ed Heller will be em- cee. An ice cream and Cake social will be held by the The annual Miss La- Grange and Miss Junior LaGrange pageant will be held at the Washington Park stage in LaGrange on May 14 at 7:00 p.m. LaGrange Girls Scouts be- crowning 'of the 2009 King ginning /t 5:30 p.m. at the and Queen o LaGrange shelter hoein:the.pak,, and the 2009 Prince and A meeting for any girls 3 Piece F ax Chicken Dinner & 2 sides $4.-,9 Good thru Wed. May 20 .in fifth through 12 grades with a LaGrange address will be held at Washing- 401 North 4th Street ~ Canton, Mo. Phone 573-288-3062 IL STOP LEG CRAMPS BEFORE THEY STOP YOU. Calcet's triple calcium formula is designed to help stop low calcium leg cramps. Just ask your pharmacist, ton Park at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 7. 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