Parasol Puppets to be performed at the Moniteau County Library
Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder recently announced 25 winners of the Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award, including Phil Lewis of California.
The Pintos had a strong showing at the District Track Meet in Clinton, earning the District Champions honor. The boys advanced to Sectionals in 14 events, placing in the top-two in nine events.
Jordan Barnhart had a successful day as well, advancing in three events, including two first-place finishes.
The Russellville Indians’ baseball season came to an end Monday, dropping a 7-1 decision to New Bloomfield in the first-round of the Class 2, District 8 Tournament. The Indians finished the year with a 6-14 record.
This was the first year for St. Martin’s Catholic School to send a qualifying team to the National Archery in Schools Program national tournament. It also was the first year the school hosted its own tournament.
She may technically be a junior but Anja Krupchenko is an elite student.
Russellville High School graduated 48 students Saturday.
Graduation took place the evening of May 13 for both kindergarten and eighth graders at Latham School.
High Point R-III students presented “Summer’s Coming” Thursday, May 14, at 6:30 p.m. for friends and family gathered in the gym.
ST. ELIZABETH — As the No. 1 seed, Jamestown went into the Class 1 District 9 Tournament an undoubted favorite to win it.
Memorial Day is Monday, May 25, with area communities holding activities during the weekend.
The Moniteau County Emergency Dispatch 911 Board discussed a radio console upgrade which is needed in the future and held a separate discussion about the maintenance contract for the recorder. Administrator Cory Sullivan was instructed to gather information and present it to the board at the next meeting.
Members of the California High School Class of 2015, family and friends, gathered at the California Performing Arts Center Wednesday, May 13, for the Baccalaureate Service sponsored by the California Ministerial Alliance.
The California High School Scholarship and Award ceremonies were held Monday, May 11, at the high school.
On Friday, May 15, at Jamestown School, 16 seniors and 22 eighth graders took the walk across the stage to graduate.
California’s 129th High School class graduated on Sunday, May 17, with 90 seniors taking the walk across the stage to receive the diplomas marking them as the Class of 2015.California’s 129th High School class graduated on Sunday, May 17, with 90 seniors taking the walk across the stage to receive the diplomas marking them as the Class of 2015.
The California Middle School Vocal Music Classes presented their Spring Concert Friday, May 8, at the California High School Auditorium. The concert was presented by the Sixth Grade Music Connections and the 7/8th Grade Pinto Express choirs.
The Moniteau County Library @ Wood Place has planned a summer full of fun for children, while motivating them to keep up their reading skills until school begins in the fall. This year’s program will serve babies all the way up through students in high school. The library has sponsored this popular program for many years with the goal to promote literacy.
Commencement ceremonies for the California High School Class of 2015 will look and sound a bit different than in the past.