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Leprechaun visits St. Andrew Monday

Students enjoy gold coins

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California Police Department up to full strength

City of California Police Depatment at capacity

Mid-Mo Ambulance makes final payment on California facility

Mid-Mo Ambulance makes final payment on California facility

Master Gardener course offered in Versailles

Master Gardener course offered in Versailles

One killed in Moniteau Co. crash

A California man was killed in a two vehicle accident, Friday morning, in Moniteau County.

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Russellville 4-H Hall of Famer

Klatt and family devote decades, 100s of hours to 4-H

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Pintos lose nail-biter to Falcons, 29-28

We knew Friday night's game at the Falcon Athletic Complex was going to be intense. It was two longtime rivals, both state-ranked and riding high on winning streaks, facing off for the first time this season, and it was Blair Oaks' Homecoming. Somebody was bound to be disappointed. In the end though, this really wasn't the case. Sure, Pinto fans were disappointed California lost, but what a whale of a game it was! Hats off to both teams for executing an exciting nail-biter that the Falcons won 29-28.

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Lady Pintos defeat Lady Eagles

The California High School volleyball teams were on the road Tuesday, Sept. 1, for matches at Ashland, where the varsity Lady Pintos defeated the Southern Boone Lady Eagles 25-20 and 25-10.

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Russellville places second at district tourney; advances to sectionals

The Russellville High School varsity girls golf team competed at the Class 1 District 2 Golf Tournament Monday at Redfield Country Club, Eugene, where the Lady Indians finished in second place to advance as a team to Class 1 District 2 Sectionals Monday, Oct. 14, at Crescent Farms Golf Course, St. Louis.

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Clinton Campbell attends Missouri Boys State

PHS senior Clinton Campbell, son of David Campbell and Sheila Campbell, attended the 2013 session of Missouri Boys State June 15-22 at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg. He was selected based on his leadership, citizenship, academics and character during his junior year at Prairie Home High School.