The Alton Senior Center is currently taking up a collection of nonperishable items for the seniors.
On Saturday,families of all ages came to the square to enjoy the Black Gold Walnut Festival.
The staff at altonmo.com asked the attendees a few questions on their take of the festival.
A local 6th grader won the opportunity to design the Walnut Festival tee shirt.
Once again Alton, Missouri brought a quilt turning to the Walnut Festival.
On Friday, October 4, 2019 participants lined up on the square for the one mile run.
All around Oregon County, Missouri, residents celebrate our nation’s Independence Day. Beginning before the actual fourth of July, the celebrating begins.
Once again it’s spring. A sure sign of spring is the beginning of the local Farmer’s Market. Although it has been a seemingly cool spring, farmers are still growing items.
On Monday Missouri employees pitched some ideas to make Missouri better in a “Shark Tank” scenario type of way.
With eleven more days until Christmas, it’s easy to get caught up in the stress of having all your gifts wrapped and ready to to go in time.