Students help clean up shoreline
On a sunny Tuesday morning, six Horizons students along with two teachers and two volunteers spent time gathering trash along the shoreline. It happened to be Earth Day which is fitting since the group was doing their part to take care of the environment in their community.
In conjunction with the annual Shoreline Clean-up, Bruce Mitchell organized a time for the students to spend part of their day giving back to the community. Mitchell is the zone coordinator of Zone 10 that is near the Big and Little Niangua.
Mother Nature provided a beautiful, sunny day for the hundreds of children attending the Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis Club’s annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 19, at Hannibal-LaGrange University.
Rolla Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt
The Rolla Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt was held April 19, 2014.
What's that you hear Mike
Is it ?M-o-o-o-o-s-e? or ?B-o-o-o-o-o-o? Mike Moustakas hears every time he comes to the plate? The young third baseman is struggling after lead the majors with 18 RBIs in spring training...
Mavericks stunning defeat
How does the greatest regular season in the history of the Missouri Mavericks end with a crushing first-round defeat in the playoffs? That?s something we?re all searching for...
The MISL champion Missouri Comets are going to be part of the PASL - the Professional Arena Soccer League - this upcoming season. What does that mean to the team and indoor soccer fans in Eastern Jackson County? We?ll all find out in mid May...
“Whole catfish or fillet?” This was the question asked everyone at the Hannibal Nutrition Center’s Good Friday fish fry. Most preferred a whole catfish, which was being fried by Gene Scholes and other volunteers.
Arita Bohannan couldn't be more excited to return this part of Missouri next week.
Country music star Gene Watson and his Farewell Party Band entertained a crowd of about 650 people at Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center Sunday afternoon, April 13, 2014. Audience members came from towns across Missouri as well as from Des Moines, Wichita, Topeka and parts of Illinois.
MRMC Healthy Woman - Stroke of Magic, Paula Heath owner encourages painting
MRMC Healthy Woman - Stroke of Magic, Paula Heath owner encourages painting. It's fun and stress relieving!
More than 80 Waynesville Career Center students recently competed at the Missouri SkillUSA contest held at Linn State Technical College.
Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman recently announced that the 2014 Victim's Rights Week Golf Tournament raised more than $1000 for local charities that support victims of crime.
Busloads of teens from several area cities learned how to avoid some health hazards and the effects of behavior choices Saturday, April 12, at a Teen Health Fair at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center in Hannibal.
Culinary State Champs tell all: Part 2
Part 2 of the sit down interview with LCTC Prostart State Champions.
Culinary State Champs tell all: Part 1
LCTC students took home first place during the Prostart Culinary State Championship. They soon will be headed to Nationals. Spree Hilliard sat down with the winning team.
Guests view entries of Main Street Chillicothe's 2nd annual Peep Show at the Livingston County Courthouse Saturday afternoon. From Peeperoni Pizza and the Peepbusters to the Red Hot Chilli Peepers to Downton Abbey Peeps, there were 18 entries in the show. The Peeples Choice Award went to Brad Wright with Peeperoni Pizza. In the individual/non-profit/family category, the entry of ?Who You Gonna Call? Peepbusters? by Doug, Kelly, Austin and Kaden Martin took first place, followed by Troop 484 with the Girl Scout Troop Crest placing second. In the business category, Images Hair and Tanning took first place with the ?Peeps? of Anarchy, followed by Citizens Bank & Trust with the Red Hot Chilli Peepers. In the children?s division, Rylan Phillips took first with Peep Scouts, followed by William and Madison Kieffer with ?Emmett? from the Lego Movie, taking second. The show, which involved creations made through the use of marshmallow Peeps, is a fund-raiser for Main Street Chillicothe.
Hundred of volunteers came out to line the streets of Rolla in honor of Sgt. Tim Owens who was killed at Ft. Hood, Texas.
Fine arts Rolla was on display on Friday Aprill 11 at The Centre.
Fourth grade students at Thayer Elementary created their own 2014 World Expo. Students in Simona Moffet’s and Shauna Darley’s classes not only created the displays, but also created flyers as part of a total marketing campaign, which included ...
Funeral processions were held April 11-12 for Sgt. Tim Owens, 37, who had ties to Rolla. Owens was killed April 2 at the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting.