Reporting high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Oct. 17, 2014.
With win at Warsaw
The California Pintos have shown all year long they have the ability to start fast. Now they’ve added another valuable characteristic: They can finish strong, too.
A report of someone having Ebola in Cole County turned out to be false and authorities and health officials believe they handled the situation well.
Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014.
Driving too fast on gravel roads or turning one’s head during a conversation are dangerous choices behind the wheel.
Even at age 3, Elizabeth Wyss was ready to talk with customers at her family’s business — Russellville Locker and Feed Store.
Bunco was held at Latham School Monday, Oct. 6 with seven ladies attending.
When Kaylee VanLoo rocketed a double to the gap in right-centerfield on the first pitch of Wednesday night’s District 9 tournament softball game vs. Versailles, there was a ripple of hope for the winless California Pintos.
It took them three different sites across four days to get it done, but the third-seeded Jamestown Lady Eagles were able to capture the title in the Class 1 District 9 Tournament.
The California High School cross country team competed at the Helias Invitational Saturday at Binder Park, Jefferson City, where the varsity boys were led by Adam Burkett, while the varsity girls were led by Katie Imhoff.
Alan Sibley and the Magnolia Ramblers, a bluegrass gospel group from Mississippi, played at Prairie Home United Methodist Church on Sunday morning.
California Elementary School hosted Donuts with Dads, which is a special breakfast for a student and male role model, Friday, Oct. 10.
Families went to McDonalds in California Tuesday night with children all a buzz with excitement.
The Finke had a great show Saturday night starring Paul Draper.
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Janet Henley, California High School Librarian, and three students gave a presentation on how businesses can assist them win up to $100,000.
The California Pintos got the win Friday night.
The Mid-Mo Ambulance budget for fiscal year 2014-15, approved at the August board meeting, was amended at the meeting Wednesday, Oct. 8, to the actual ending balance of funds on hand.
The Moniteau County Regional Economic Development Council (MRED) board of directors met Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the Downtown Cafe in Tipton.
The United Church of Christ Four-Year-Old Playschool field trip Tuesday, Oct. 7, took the young people to Peach Tree Farms.