The strange little play that was “Maid in the Ozarks” actually became a really big deal money-wise. Despite the fact that it was advertised by its producers as “the worst play in the world,” and review after review was filled with repugnance, it thrived and brought people to the theater who had never been before.
Job: CEO of the best little apparel company in the Ozarks! The Crackerjack Shack
A car chase early Saturday morning has 18-year-old Keith Roberson of Willard behind bars in the Greene County Jail.
The comedic play, “Maid in the Ozarks” was apparently a farce that employed the hillbilly stereotype as a stock character. It never received a good review and for a while was even billed as “the worst play in the world.” But it had a remarkable run that stretched across two decades and across the width of this nation and even made it to Broadway.
Honoring employees coupled with going above and beyond for customers have created a winning formula for Sandy Higgins, owner of The Crackerjack Shack, which recently opened up shop in Republic.
The Republic Fire Department hosted a liquefied propane gas emergency class March 19 to provide firefighters with an understanding of liquefied propane’s properties and characteristics. Other topics included common storage containers in residential and commercial use and components of different types of liquefied propane transport vehicles.
On Tuesday, March 15, voters across the state cast their ballots in the Presidential Primary Election. Republican Donald Trump won Missouri with 40.9 percent while Republican Ted Cruz finished second with 40.7 percent of the vote. Trump won 25 delegates while Cruz won 15. On the Democratic side, the race was very close. Hillary Clinton won Missouri with a 49.6 percent vote, just edging out Bernie Sanders who received 49.4 percent of the votes. Both received 34 delegates. While Trump and Clinton emerged victorious, in voters in Greene County clearly felt differently with their votes. In Greene County, 80,486 of the 182,772 registered voters cast a vote. Republican voters showed they preferred Cruz over Trump. Cruz received 26,784 votes while Trump finished second with 16,649 votes. Republican candidate John Kasich finished a distant third with 4,618 votes and fellow Republican candidate Marco Rubio received 2,684 votes.
His name was Cal Hubbard. He was renown in two sports, one as a player and one as an official. He was born Robert Calvin Hubbard on Halloween of 1900, one of six children (although two died in childbirth) of Robert and Sarah Hubbard near Keytesville, Missouri.