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No. 1 Hornets wrestlers 'a little off,' still topple rival Mexico

The top-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team overcame a ragged performance to stay perfect. Fulton — ranked No. 1 in Class 2 by rankwrestlers.com — raised its season record to 20-0 and moved to 4-0 in the North Central Missouri Conference by rolling past rival Mexico 47-19 on Thursday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.

South Callaway girls roll past Linn for SMC victory

Freshman point guard Adrian Mann posted a game-high 17 points in the Lady Bulldogs’ 60-29 Show-Me Conference rout of the Lady Wildcats on Thursday night.

North Callaway girls tumble to EMO foe Clopton

The Ladybirds were outscored by the Lady Hawks 34-10 in the second and third quarters combined in Thursday night’s 50-36 Eastern Missouri Conference loss.

William Woods women top Stephens, win fifth straight

Junior guard Kendra Vernatti came off the bench to score a game-high 22 points in powering the Lady Owls to a 90-42 American Midwest Conference blitz of the Stars on Thursday night at Anderson Arena.

MSD boys control second half in win over Jamestown

JAMESTOWN — Missouri School for the Deaf broke a 16-all halftime deadlock by outscoring Jamestown's junior varsity 27-21 in the second half of Wednesday night’s 43-37 triumph in a matchup between Eagles.

Blue Jays drop eighth straight SLIAC contest

ST. LOUIS — The Westminster College Blue Jays’ season-long losing skid reached eight games after a 67-60 SLIAC setback to the Fontbonne University Griffins on Wednesday night.

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Auto dealers sue Revenue department over Tesla 'dealer' license

Osage Industries of Linn and 380 Missouri auto dealers sue over Revenue department's granting dealer license to electric car maker.

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International speaker coming to William Woods

Daughter of social rights activist Desmond Tutu to talk of life in apartheid South Africa

In its week-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, William Woods University will host the daughter of South African social rights activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu at 6 p.m. today in Cutlip Auditorium.

New Bloomfield to vote on possible change in municipal elections

The New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen recently voted to put a ballot issue on the April 7 ballot, which, if approved, would allow the city to forego an election if the candidates who file are running unopposed.

New Bloomfield holds financial aid night for seniors

New Bloomfield High School will hold a financial aid night at 6 tonight in the high school library. A representative from William Woods University’s admissions department will give a presentation and answer questions regarding financial aid and the government’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process.

William Woods ranked in preseason NAIA softball poll

The William Woods University Lady Owls came in at No. 19 in the 2015 NAIA softball coaches’ preseason Top 25 poll released Tuesday.

Lady Blue Jays regroup with SLIAC win over Fontbonne

ST. LOUIS — Junior guard Kasey Gatson delivered a team-high 20 points and the Westminster College Lady Blue Jays got back on track with Wednesday night’s 78-68 SLIAC victory over the Fontbonne University Lady Griffins.

Mitchell's timely 3s steer Hornets to 52-51 overtime win over Battle

It didn’t matter that Kalin Mitchell missed his first 11 shots.

New Bloomfield to vote on possible change in municipal elections

The New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen recently voted to put a ballot issue on the April 7 ballot, which, if approved, would allow the city to forego an election if the candidates who file are running unopposed.

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Art House holds Painting with Sharpies youth class

Art House held a Painting with Sharpies class Sunday. Participants decorated ceramic tiles using Sharpies, then placed rubbing alcohol on top of their designs to blend the colors together. Click to see photos.