The 2015 play production “The Man Who Came to Dinner” by the California High School Drama Club, directed by California’s Ann Maxson, turned out to be a rousing success. In performance of the three act play, the actors, crew and director met, and exceeded, the expectations of the audience. Even the Set Crew, made up of the CHS Theatre Arts Students, rose to the task of actually preparing a set which appeared to be a large living room of a substantial house in which all three acts took place.
April 22, 2015
- Baseball: California roundup 4 days, 4 hours ago
- Baseball: Jamestown roundup 4 days, 5 hours ago
- Baseball: Russellville roundup 4 days, 5 hours ago
- Pintos golf finish fourth at Southern Boone Classic 4 days, 6 hours ago
- Track results 4 days, 7 hours ago
- Jamestown voters asked to approve levy 3 weeks, 4 days ago
- CHS National Honor Society doubles membership 1 month, 2 weeks ago
- New ag building dedicated at California High School 1 month, 3 weeks ago
- Before and after school care needed in schools 1 month, 3 weeks ago
- Three complete Missouri Option diploma requirements 2 months ago
- Has Welch served enough time 2 days, 22 hours ago
- Pool closed Saturday April 25 3 days, 21 hours ago
- California School Board accepts election results 4 days, 2 hours ago
- CHS Drama Club presents ‘The Man Who Came to Dinner’ 4 days, 2 hours ago
- CPI works to continue community revitalization 4 days, 2 hours ago
- Local American Family Insurance Agent Sam Brant earns top honor for customer service 3 weeks, 4 days ago
- Inspired Designs hosts grand opening 3 weeks, 4 days ago
- Dr. Bohn named Fellow of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine 2 months, 1 week ago
- Budget hearing held for Moniteau County 2 months, 3 weeks ago
- Massengill receives Missouri Veterinary Medical Association 2015 Volunteerism Award 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Has Larry Gene Welch served enough time in prison that he should be released before the end of his original sentences?
The decision was made to close the California municipal swimming pool for the day on Saturday, April 25, by the City of California Board of Aldermen.
On Wednesday, April 15, as required by statute, the California R-I School Board accepted the results of the recent election, dissolved the board, swore in the two winners, and reorganized. The board meeting was held at the high school library media room.
The California Progress, Inc. (CPI) Board of Directors discussed the continuance of revitalization of the community through the activities the organization has been engaged in since its beginning about 1989 and continues to this day, aided by activities through the California Historic District (CHD). The meeting was at the Moniteau County Library at Wood Place, second floor, on Thursday, April 16.
Tipton R-VI Superintendent Scott Jarvis spoke of being pleased with the passage of the $1.8 million school bond issue at the Monday, April 13, meeting in the board room. He thanked the bond advisory committee members and the board members for all of their help and the voters for giving the bond issue a 77 percent yes vote. The funds are for school improvements and repairs. A special meeting is planned for April 27 to make decisions related to “Proposition K.I.D.S.” Larry Hart plans to be at the meeting.
An outbreak of canine influenza virus (CIV) has spread to the Midwest, with reports of more than 1,300 affected dogs in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin. At least six canine deaths have been reported. The respiratory illness was first reported in the Chicago-area. So far, no cases have been reported in Missouri, but it is likely only a matter of time.
OSAGE — The Pintos totaled 14 hits in their 16-6 win over the School of the Osage last Thursday, a day before playing in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield tournament over the weekend.
JAMESTOWN —The Eagles hosted the Tigers on Saturday for a varsity doubleheader and came away with two wins to improve their record to 7-1. They won the first game 4-2 and completed the sweep with the 5-3 in the afternoon.
RUSSELLVILLE - The Indians hosted a 7-0 South Callaway team last Thursday, losing 11-0 in six innings. South Callaway put up crooked numbers in three different innings, and outhit Russellville 12-5.
HARTSBURG - California and Russellville competed in the eighth annual Southern Boone Golf Classic last Wednesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club, and the Pintos had a strong showing, placing fourth. The Indians placed 13th in the 17-team field.
BOONVILLE — The Pintos competed in their second meet in three days, and they were able to put up impressive numbers at the Jack McCush Invitational Friday.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Just about every story line played out for the diamond Pintos in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield Invitational last Friday and Saturday. California went on the lose the championship game 5-4 against New Bloomfield in extra innings.
Jordan Hoecker’s squad is looking to turn the corner this season by winning the district title. But that doesn’t mean they’re not staying focused on every game.
PRAIRIE HOME — Led by Garrett Wolfe at the plate and Colton DeVore on the mound, Jamestown rolled past Prairie Home 14-2 on Monday. The Eagles have now won seven straight after they suffered their first and only loss on April 6.
A weekly schedule of this week's prep sports.
Coming to the Finke April 25, at 7 p.m., is the brilliant American Flamenco virtuoso Ronald Radford.
The California Area Chamber of Commerce Board meeting was held Thursday at the California City Hall meeting room.
A weekly schedule of this week's prep sports.
Cody Worthley, District 5, and Becky Holloway, District 2, were sworn in by Notary Tasha Knapheide as returning members of the Mid-Mo Ambulance Board of Directors. They will each serve three-year terms. The swearing in was done during the regular meeting, Wednesday, April 8, at the Tipton district office. Following old business, officers were elected by the board. The results are: Earl Reuter - president; Cody Worthley - vice president; Becky Holloway - treasurer. Brenda West was appointed secretary.