NEW BLOOMFIELD — The New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats softball team watched its seven-game winning streak halted in a 6-1 Show-Me Conference loss to the Fatima Lady Comets on Tuesday night.
Due to lack of quorum, Tuesday night’s regular Callaway County Ambulance Board meeting has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
Parents as Teachers is hosting a roll and read event this Saturday. Click to read more.
School sees big jumps in language arts, math, drop in science on 2014 MAP
Bartley Elementary made the best showing for Fulton’s third- fourth- and fifth-grade students in 2014.
Andy Paris, an actor and writer with the theater company that produced “The Laramie Project,” spoke at Westminster College’s 2014 Hancock Symposium.
Clifford Borgelt was humble as he took to the podium to accept the Agriculture Community Service Award at the 2014 Town and Country Dinner on Tuesday night.
Two Bulldogs and a trio of Lady Bulldogs placed in the top 25 to earn medals at the Bowling Green meet on Monday. Daniel McDonald placed eighth in the boys’ race with a time of 9 minutes, 41 seconds, while Gabe Williamson came in 12th in 10:03.
Kelsey Logan had a double and a single in the Lady Bulldogs’ 9-8 loss on Monday.
The Thunderbirds’ seventh- and eighth-grade squads both improved to 2-0 on the season with respective 42-0 and 26-6 wins over the Bobcats on Tuesday night.
Sophomore cornerback Kyree Hart was named the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference defensive player of the week for his performance in Westminster College’s 34-13 win at Crown College in last Saturday’s conference opener.
Sophomore goalkeeper Raul Belman Romero collected three saves in the Blue Jays’ narrow 1-0 loss to the Bears on Monday night.
Junior third baseman Tyler Fennewald had four hits and drove in three runs Tuesday night as the Wildcats easily handled the Hornets 12-1 in six innings.
Sparked by medalist performances from twin senior sisters Brooke and Ashley Kelley, the Lady Wildcats compiled a 396 team total to take second place at the California Invitational on Tuesday
The Lady Hornets managed just five hits and committed four errors in Tuesday night’s 13-2, four-inning loss to the Lady Spartans.
The Ladybirds remained unbeaten in the Eastern Missouri Conference after turning back the Lady Indians 3-1 on Tuesday night in the completion of a suspended game.