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Name: james blocker
From: paris ar
E-mail: Contact
I was the rr station agent when the train exploded in around 1970, I had a lot of friends there. and would like to contact them,
 
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Name: Randy L.S. Rogers
From: Omaha, TX
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My Grandma Berniece and Grandpa (Slim)Norman Rogers lived there till 1973 when Grandpa died if anyone knew then please E-mail me

 
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Name: Michael "Woody" Woodruff
From: Joplin, Mo
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On Thursday Dec 22nd, Students from the MSSU Communication department will be filming for the TV show "4-States Adventures". If you see us filming, feel free to stop and say hello. We are eager to get a few interviews with locals
 
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Name: Herb Beason
From: Elk City, KS
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I have fond memories of vacationing in the early 60's, when I was about 11, at a resort near Noel. I can't remember the name of it but I would love to visit the area and locate that resort or what's left of it. It was built on the side of a hill next to a river and had a pool between the river and motel part of the resort. I would really appreciate it if someone could tell me how to locate it. Thanks
 
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Name: Hazel Thomas
From: Bella Vista, AR
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Will be visiting your area the first week in November. Are there waterfalls in the area? Thanks! :)
 
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Name: Kurt
From: Olathe, KS
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Looking for firewood already split close to Noel.
 
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Name: Jessica
From: Tulsa, OK
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We are planning our annual family float trip to the Elk in just a few weeks. Is there a website where I can check the water levels of the river? With the drought we are having in OK I want to make sure there is water in the river before we drive up! thanks!

Admin reply: The closest thing I know of to what you are looking for is the USGS Real-Time Water Data for Missouri at: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/mo/nwis/rt
 
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Name: Connie
From: Kansas City
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DOG FOUND~
She is 3-5 years old and is a terrier. She was found with a black collar with some sort of "doggy dress tie" on it. She seems to have just gotten a hair cut.
Please contact me at conniejmt@gmail.com if she belongs to you or someone you know.
Thanks,
Connie
 
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Name: Terri Morris
From: Lees Summit, MO
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We are a youth group going to Joplin to help with tornado recovery. We would like to consider bringing the group down to Noel for one day to float the Elk river. I am trying to figure out if there is a public access area where we can bring our own tubes and float down the river with the group. I am having trouble finding out it this is possible. We do not have enough funds to pay someone to float.

Admin reply: Options:
Mt. Shira Public Access to Noel City Park
(a slower float on deeper waters)
or
Pineville Public Access to Mt. Shira
(a faster-paced float but MUCH longer - takes ~4 hours by canoe, even longer by tube)
or
for a much shorter, and medium-paced float:
Put in at the "big rock" at the side of the road on Elk Springs Road (the Ginger Blue shortcut) near Eagles Nest Camp, and take out at Mt. Shira

 
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Name: KKay
From: Tulsa OK
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We are looking at visiting Noel. We would like to float the river in a raft and spend the night in a cabin. Any input on safe,family oriented places. Thanks!

Admin reply: Well, all the larger campgrounds are very safe. Problems are rare, and usually related to noise. "Family-oriented" is in the eye of the beholder... However, Eagles Nest has a good reputation for families, and keeping a lid on noise and partiers.
Or Big Elk Campground in Pineville has an alcohol-free policy, if that's what you're looking for.

 
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