Livingston County Library – Buffalo Soldier

Buffalo Soldiers: from Slave to Soldier will be presented  June 16th at the Livingston County Library.  The program is presented by the Livingston County Library and Missouri Humanities, starting at 6:00 pm at the Main Library.  Kirston Mouton from the Library says the Buffalo Soldiers represent the most amazing human story of the journey from slave to soldier in American […]

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Library New Year’s Eve Program

The Livingston County Library has a tradition of a New Year’s Eve Concert.  Library Director Candy Warren says they didn’t want to give up on the tradition, but the program will be a bit different this year. Warren says this year they will have Tracy Silverman, an eclectic artist. Warren says they will have the program available to play if […]

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Missouri Fence Law Explained

Missouri’s complicated fence laws will be the topic of conversation at meetings throughout the state on February 12th.  University of Missouri Extension specialists will host the programs at various locations, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. MU Extension agricultural business specialist Joe Koenen says “Missouri continues to have a complicated fence law.  He says ”Two separate laws cover the state, and […]

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Trees Program at Crowder State Park

Crowder state park near Trenton will host a Trees program June 22nd from 8:30 to 9:30pm at the Park’s Campground Amphitheater. During the program, park staff will share interesting facts about different types of trees that make the park their home. The program includes a short hike to view different tree species at the park. Participants are encouraged to wear […]

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