Lady Hornets surge past Marshall, advance to District 8 semifinals
Fulton Lady Hornets head coach TJ Quick said her team would need to be focused from the moment it arrived if it wanted to extend the season. The Lady Hornets did just that. Sophomore guard Sloane Totta scored 18 of her game-high 25 points in the second half as fifth-seeded Fulton topped No. 4 Marshall 47-32 in the first round of the Class 4, District 8 Tournament on Tuesday night.
Lost to state-ranked Lady Bulldogs in Sturgeon semifinals
Low expecations from the outside are breeding low pressure on the inside for the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats. That’s a welcome sight for head coach Brett Craighead. “I think it’s kind of loosened them up and they’ve been really determined the last week or so,” Brett Craighead said during practice Tuesday afternoon at the high school. New Bloomfield (15-11) — the team nobody thought would be here — now has to take down a team many picked to be at this point in the fifth-ranked New Franklin Lady Bulldogs (26-1) in a Class 2 sectional at 6 tonight at Jefferson City High School. The winner moves on to face either Clopton or Knox County in a state quarterfinal at noon Saturday at Moberly Area Community College.
As a journalist, Paul Reid was familiar with writing assignments.
The registration deadline is March 12 for voters to participate in local elections, according to the Missouri Secretary of State’s website www.sos.mo.gov.
Lady Owls can't finish rally in AMC loss to No. 2 Freed-Hardeman
HENDERSON, Tenn. — William Woods University answered second-ranked Freed-Hardeman University with a carbon-copy second half, erasing a 20-point deficit, but the Lady Owls couldn’t complete the remarkable rally.
The Fulton Hornets and Lady Hornets’ first-round games at the Class 4, District 8 basketball tournament in Kirksville were postponed Monday night and moved back a day because of weather conditions.
And seven years for second-degree charges; public defender files for appeal
Sandra Plunkett has received life in prison without parole for the murder of her husband, former Jefferson City Police Department officer Paul Plunkett.
Callaway cancellations and closures for Monday, March 3
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They’ll need some help to make it happen, but the Callaway Tourism Board wants to make it easier for visitors to find their way around town.
Former Fulton Daily Sun editor Joe Link to serve as Kingdom Supper guest of honor this month
Fulton native Joe Link has spent his career telling other peoples’ stories.
The chili cookoff to benefit the National Guard soldiers and their families, scheduled for Sunday, March 2, at the Fulton Armory, has been canceled because of the weather.
Winston Churchill biographer, great-grandchildren arrive in Fulton for reception, preparation for Kemper Lecture
Churchillians near and far gathered tonight to honor one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century — Winston Churchill.
Will play state-ranked New Franklin in Class 2 sectional Wednesday night
RUSSELLVILLE — New Bloomfield head coach Brett Craighead wasn’t too happy as his Lady Wildcats went into halftime.
A Fulton man who, the Highway Patrol reported, was “on the roadway,” was listed in critical condition Saturday at University Hospital, after he was hit by a tractor-trailer rig.
North Callaway's third loss to Lady Bearcats comes in District 6 championship
HERMANN — The North Callaway Ladybirds still couldn’t alter the outcome in their favor against the Hermann Lady Bearcats.
Bulldogs battle Montgomery Co. for District 6 title
For the South Callaway Bulldogs, it was their most meaningful basketball game in almost 20 years.
Lady Blue Jays' comeback falls short in semifinal loss at SLIAC tournament
LOUISVILLE, Ky. —The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays’ furious second-half comeback simply ran short on time.
At the prompting of the Holts Summit Police Department, the Callaway County Commission voted this week to purchase the necessary equipment for the Emergency Operations Center to communicate with the public safety organizations across the state.
Released money includes Capitol repairs