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Good Night 🥱 Sweet dreams 😴🌙💕


Winter weather advisories (purple) and winter storm warnings (pink) are now in effect for much of Missouri through Thursday.

Winter weather advisory (purple) : Snow/sleet accumulations of up to 2 inches possible, light glaze to a tenth of an inch of ice also possible.

Winter storm warning (pink) : Snow/sleet accumulations of two inches possible. Ice accumulations of one tenth to half inch possible in places across the warning area. Ice more of a concern across the southern and southeastern part of the state.

All of this is expected from tomorrow afternoon into Thursday.

Make sure to have a plan in place to keep you and those surrounding you safe!


There are so many times when we need our children more than they need us! They have no clue what they truly do for our soul!

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

First Alert: Heavy rain and damaging winds are the biggest threat from storms later tonight through Tuesday. Flash flooding will also be a concern. >>>

Photos from Laura Wibbenmeyer KFVS's post

Photos from Laura Wibbenmeyer KFVS's post

Photos from Mizzou Athletics's post

Photos from Mizzou Athletics's post


Always choose kindness. You never know what someone is going through. 💜


WIC Formula Recall UPDATE--Please read the entire post as there is a lot of useful information included.

First and foremost, we care about the health of your baby. If your infant has received recalled formula, and is showing signs of illness such as fever, diarrhea, fatigue, and poor appetite, please contact your baby's doctor.

We have received new guidance from the state WIC office in regards to the Similac Formula Recall. Here are the steps to take:
1. Verify that the product’s lot number has been recalled by using the Abbott Product Lookup (
2. If the formula you have on hand is in fact recalled, discontinue using the recalled product immediately, but please keep cans for potential refunds/exchanges.
3. To get your formula replaced, there are a few options:
a. Check with store where the recalled formula was purchased to determine if they can exchange the recalled product with the same formula. Please hold on to any cans that you are unable to get replaced. Participants should bring their receipts and photo ID to the retailer. Note: Many retailers will not have formula to exchange due to the recall or supply shortage. (see next option)
b. If the formula is not able to be replaced at the store, please contact your local WIC agency. WIC agencies will be able to collect recalled formula and re-issue formula onto your eWIC Card during business hours.
c. If unable to exchange at the retailer, and unable to get to your local WIC agency, participants may call Similac customer service at 1-800-986-8540 for information on a refund or replacement.

Families can, and should be prepared to, purchase equivalent formulas of other brands (see below) using SNAP benefits or other funds. It is expected that stores will be in very low supply over the weekend due to this recall and the prior shortage.

Unfortunately, our WIC office will be closed on Monday, February 21st due to President’s Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, February 22nd at 8:00am.

We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding during these wild times.

Local WIC Retailers include: Walmarts(Fredericktown, Farmington, Desloge, & Perryville),
Harps(Fredericktown, Park Hills, & Farmington), Moore’s Grocery(Marquand), Schnucks(Farmington), & Save A Lot(Farmington).Checking various stores may increase your chances of finding your baby's formula.

We wish everyone a wonderful weekend.


We would love for our community to join us this Saturday (February 19th) for a hot meal.
Our volunteers will be serving Drive-Thru Style in front of the middle school while supplies last. We hope to see you soon!


Areas previously under a winter storm watch have been upgraded to a winter storm warning (pink) as this winter storm looms.

Snow accumulations of 3-7 inches will be possible throughout the areas under the winter storm warning. On top of that, ice accumulations of one tenth to two tenths of an inch of ice is possible as well. Localized higher of snowfall and ice possible as well. Increased concern as well for gusty winds during the event for these areas.

As for those under the winter weather advisory (purple), snowfall accumulations of 2-4 inches possible with glaze of ice also possible. Gusty winds of concern as well for this area.

Flood watch continues for those areas highlighted in green, rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches possible with locally higher amounts possible as well. Flooding of concern as well.

Those highlighted in tan are under wind advisories as wind gusts of upwards of 45-50 MPH will continue to be possible in these areas for some through tonight and others through tomorrow.

This event is expected to begin later this evening/tonight and last through the day tomorrow.

Make sure to have plans in place to keep you, your family, your neighbors, pets and others safe and warm!


Good Morning Y'all! ☕


Starting March 4!!🐟🍽🐟🍽🧁🥧


What are your feelings about the Dairy Bar closing? How long do you think it or something like it has been in that location? Where will you go for your icey goodies now?
Be nice, but let others know.....


We have a new pet grooming service coming to Fredericktown... Opening Monday 2/23/15.....

4 Paws Grooming Farmington

4 Paws Grooming Farmington

Pet Stylists bringing you the best quality haircuts and compassion for your pets. Home of the $5 Nail Clips!


From: Maggie Buchheit
I would like to post this notice on the page. Would it be allowed?
My boyfriend is currently looking for work. We've had some troubles in life and are looking to get back on our feet. He is looking to do any type of work. He used to be a mason laborer, can mow/weedeat grass, do most types of construction or anything working with his hands. He is good at repairing many types of things and doing things around the house. He is very trustworthy, respectable and always on time for everything. If you have anything available, please message me or call Billy at 573-783-5707 Thank you so much for your help!

Follis & Sons Funeral Home - Mobile Edition

Follis & Sons Funeral Home - Mobile Edition

Dr. Kelly Alan Burlison was born on May 11, 1955 at St. Louis, Missouri the son of Harold Eugene and Kay (Irwin) Burlison and passed away on June 17, 2013 at St. Louis, Missouri at the age of 58 years. He was preceded in death by his father Harold Burlison. Dr. Burlison is survived by his mother Kay...


Visitation for Sam Ream will be at Follis Funeral Home on Sunday, February 17 at 5:00 P.M. The funeral is set for 11:00 A.M. on Monday, February 18. Sam's nephew, Freddy "Fritz" Whitmer said there will be a "pot luck" get together at the hall next to Follis following the funeral services. This will be a time to share "Sam Stories" with one another - probably a lot of those will be by Sammy's fellow Fredericktown Class of 1964 members.
If you plan on attending the pot luck, please go to Fritz's FB page and post what you plan on bringing.
Sammy, you will be missed so much by all. Rest In Peace Friend...


The Fredericktown dog pound is in need of blankets for the dogs to sleep on... Remember, the pound we have now has no heat and the blankets that Dan, the Animal Control Officer, has are rather threadbare... Please, if you have any blankets that you don't need, either drop them off at the pound or comment here and I'll try to get them collected... The poor homeless/abandoned dogs would sure appreciate some warmth....


This was posted today by Sonya Umfleet Shell - a graduate of Fredericktown High School.....
Betty is the daughter of Dottie Collier - of Collier Real Estate in Fredericktown.

This message is for those who attended Fredericktown Highschool in the late 60's. I was just glancing at the obits in the St. Louis Post this morning and noticed one of our classmates had passed on Dec. 8. Terry McCoy (husband of Betty Collier) I must admit I did not know they lived in St. Louis. I remember Terry as one our football players and seemed to always be smiling. My heart goes out to the family, he was much too young to pass on. Rest in Peace Terry, and prayers with you Betty and family. I often wonder what happens to our classmates and I am thankful for facebook reconnecting some of us. I hate reading it in the obits.osted today by


Shop local this Christmas season. Fredericktown has some new shops and there are several citizens who do crafts, etc. for sale.....
Spend your money here where it will stay.............


From: Country Lane Florist
The Home For The Holidays event is tomorrow night (12/7/12)! Enjoy the spirit of the Christmas season in downtown Fredericktown! Take in a carriage ride, watch the parade, browse our wonderful shops dressed in their holiday best, visit with friends, relax and enjoy! Looking forward to seeing everyone out tomorrow night!!!


Fredericktown and Madison County, Missouri ----- We may not be well traveled and sophisticated, but we are honest people who believe in being good to our neighbors and our families. We know our children's friends and their teachers and nearly everyone in Town. We feel safe here and know that there are many who will reach out to help and/or defend us in our time of need. Some may see us as narrow-minded provincials, but we are good people who like living in a small Town......CPS


I have gotten some e-mails from individuals regarding an article in "The Madison County Crier". That publication is totally different from this one. As the former wife of a Vietnam Veteran and mother of a disabled Desert Storm Veteran, I wanted each and every one of you to know that I would never print anything disrespectful toward our Service Men and Women. I am currently in a relationship with a former Marine who served 3 tours of duty in Vietnam and is a Purple Heart recipient. You can contact the "other" publication at "The Madison County Crier". All they did when they decided to start their own publication (again) was to add the word "The" to the title. I hope to restart MY publication in the very near future but after this, will probably change the entire name... Thank you and God Bless our troops!


Fredericktown, MO

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What are your feelings about the Dairy Bar closing? How long do you think it or something like it has been in that location? Where will you go for your icey goodies now? Be nice, but let others know.....