Each week, we take a look back at things that made us smile, laugh and congratulate as well as things that made us shake our heads and ask, “What?”

Cheers to ...

Ann Gulshen, an Eldon High School and Camdenton High School volleyball coach, for her induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. Gulshen compiled 704 victories as a high school volleyball coach in 29 seasons before retiring in 2011, establishing Gulshen among the top five winningest volleyball coaches in Missouri history. She coached 16 seasons at Eldon High School and 13 years at Camdenton High School. She won 407 games at Eldon with the Lady Mustangs reaching the state semifinals eight times, winning 16 conference titles and 15 district championships. At Camdenton, she guided the program to three district championships and four conference championships.

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the candidates running for various seats in the August Primary Election. Looking at the lists of filings, it should be an interesting election cycle. It is always good to see a full slate of candidates.

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law enforcement and emergency response agencies. They protect and serve under the most difficult and and trying circumstances. In the midst of an emergency, many go above and beyond to help others.

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the imposter pretending to be a Camden County Assessor inspector. Don't be fooled. Field investigators for the county carry a badge.

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the weather. Rain, possible snow? It's almost April. Time for spring flowers, sunny skies and mild temperatures.