Healthcare & Essential Worker Highlight
Here in Clinton County, we're lucky to know many wonderful essential and healthcare workers! Here are just a few of the people who've inspired us during the COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you all!
Drexel Findley looks back on barbering career in Plattsburg
Plattsburg services canceled, Lathrop and Gower still on
With the COVID-19 pandemic still lingering, Memorial Day services are sure to be different in 2020 Clinton County.
Honoring our COVID-19 Heroes
Here are just a few of the many healthcare and essential workers who have inspired Clinton County residents during the COVID-19 outbreak. Tune in next week meet more of our hometown heroes!
Drexel Findley, long-time barber, announces retirement
On March 29, 1964, in Plattsburg, Missouri, there was a Western Auto, Swike’s General Store, Dodd’s Dry Goods, Gardner Ditto Cafe, Malone’s Cafe, Stanley Variety, Bran’s, Carderon’s, an old courthouse with a jail house on the south side of the building, four car dealerships, three implement dealers, Fry Hardware, white-only seating in the restaurants except for Tillman’s Barbecue, where all were welcome to eat together. There was a railroad and depot with trains bringing multiple cars of cattle to be delivered to farms in the area.
With all of the madness going on in the world around us, it's important to remember the things that we're blessed with, however small. Here are some of the things that Clinton County is grateful for!
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