CHS choirs will be participating in the concert in Carnegie Hall, N.Y.
As the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) celebrate their 106th anniversary this February, Cub Scouts are more than happy to join in the celebration as partners in Scouting.
Boy Scout Troop 120 celebrated the 12th Scout law, “A Scout is Reverent” by attending mass at Annunciation Catholic Church on Sunday, Feb. 7.
At the Finke for Feb. 20 will be the Bummer The Drummer and the KC Street Band.
Working hard and teamwork are the foundation of Kenny and Christiane Goans’ 23-year marriage.
Heading into Monday night’s home game against Versailles, the California Lady Pintos had lost four straight games since upsetting then-No. 1 in Class 4 Carl Junction in the Eldon Tournament semifinals Jan. 29.
The group will host a rummage sale Saturday, Feb. 13, in the high school commons from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.
“Once Upon a Homecoming” will be the Homecoming theme at Russellville High School the week of Feb 15-20.
On Feb. 6, the California Elementary School’s PTO sponsored their annual Me and My Special Guy Dance held in the school’s gymnasium.
Football at Russellville High and Middle schools is a step closer with a school board commitment recently.
More people than expected attended the Lincoln Day Dinner, held Saturday, Feb. 6, by the Moniteau County Republican Club.
The California Middle School gym was filled with young people from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, with the music and dancing of the sixth through eighth graders.
It’s doubtful that the Dale Ratcliff and Carol Messerli of 50 years ago could have imagined how full their lives would be and the trails life would take them.
For those newly married, Valentine’s Day may be a continuation of “traditions” resulting from years of dating. Or, as in the case of Bryan and Kimberly Reno, it may be a time of settling into a new home. And of course, thinking of new “family traditions” to begin what is generally considered the day for hearts, flowers and chocolate.
Elizabeth Lutz of California had an off-balance 3-pointer bounce off the backboard at the buzzer as the Lady Pintos fell 44-41 to Skyline on Monday.
The City of California Board of Aldermen were informed of the progress made on various city projects at the regular monthly meeting, Monday, Feb. 1, at the City Hall Council Chamber.
Peoples Bank of Moniteau County is pleased to announce the addition of Gary Miller to the bank’s lending team. As a loan officer working out of the California facility, Miller will be responsible for commercial, agricultural and real estate lending as well as assisting with consumer loan requests.
The Moniteau County Library Board and the Moniteau County Commission have approved Proposition A, a Moniteau County library proposed levy increase, to appear on the April 15 election ballot.
California R-I Elementary Principal Daniel Williams has resigned his position, effective at the end of the current school year. For the next school year, he will be at a new school, Tipton R-VI School. And he will be known as Superintendent Williams.
Nail biting game with 3 overtimes