Here are high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Sept. 13, 2013.
Event to replace Halloween activity, serve as fundraiser for Callaway County Humane Society
The Brick District Association and the Callaway County Humane Society are hosting a Harvest Festival in downtown Fulton Oct. 26.
Leaders of the Brick District Association are contemplating some infrastructure changes they hope will make the downtown shopping area more appealing to visitors.
McIntire third graders form an American flag with help from some Fulton firefighters.
A contractor payment authorized Thursday night by the New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen completed action on a $365,000 street improvement project this summer in the city.
Muddy obstacle race to bring thousands to northeast Callaway
The Tough Mudder race, an endurance obstacle course that holds events throughout the world, will be in Shamrock in Callaway County on Saturday and Sunday.
South Callaway head football coach Tim Rulo can see a visible change in the Scotland County Tigers. One year removed from being punished by South Callaway in a 43-point drubbing, Scotland County (1-1) will make the long trek this time from the northeast corner of the state when it visits Mokane tonight to clash with the state-ranked Bulldogs (2-0). Kickoff is at 7.
Fulton head coach Pat Kelley will point at his team’s underwhelming statistics and win-loss record from the last three years as obvious signs of “growing pains.” Freshmen, sophomores and the otherwise inexperienced saw playing time and endured their share of bumpy patches. The results: a three-year mark of 5-26 for the Hornets.
The Fulton Lady Hornets team team swept through doubles action and took three-of-six singles matches to best Palmyra 6-3 on Thursday night at the high school athletic complex.