Princeton had three FFA judging teams win first place and another took second in various categories during career development events Monday in Savannah. Princeton won first place in horses, livestock, and dairy cattle; second in meats judging, and other teams finished fourth both in poultry and the FFA knowledge event. Among other first place FFA teams […]
In career development event results from the Lathrop judging day on Monday, March 11, 2019, the Princeton FFA had two teams win first place while teams from Trenton, Grundy R-5, Gallatin, Hamilton, South Harrison, and Putnam County each had one first-place finish. Princeton took top honors at Lathrop in horse evaluations. Individually, Payton Goodin was […]
The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education has accepted a bid for technology updates this summer. Quality Network Solutions is to be a paid more than $23,000 for the updates which include new wiring and as well as adding access points. The board approved a cooperative agreement with the Laredo district for a track program. […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its Fairness Students of the Month. Students selected include fifth graders Lily Medlin and Kylar Foster, sixth graders Tymber Cooksey and Jack Kennedy, seventh graders Hannah Oshel and Robert Muselman, and eighth graders Summer Martin and Caylub Irby-Tyler.
Pleasant View R-6 Superintendent Rebecca Steinhoff gave a report on snow make-up days during the Board of Education meeting Thursday evening. Make up days for Pleasant View will include February 18th, April 22nd, and others at the end of the school year. The last day of school is now scheduled for May 22nd. Secretary Brenda […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its February “Honesty” Students of the Month. Students selected are fifth graders Navaeh Bowers and Titus Kottwitz, sixth graders Nadia White and Jake Schmadeke, seventh graders Paige Farris and Milo Simpson, and eighth graders Phoebe Fender and Gaven Kelsall.
Three Cameron, Mo., residents are among five defendants who have pleaded guilty to their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Benjamin W. Clark, 26, of Cameron, pleaded guilty today before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Matt J. Whitworth to the charge contained in a Nov. 16, 2017, federal indictment. Clark is the fifth defendant to […]
Winners and alternates in Trenton Middle School’s Spelling Bee Wednesday morning will compete in the Grundy County Spelling Bee. Chylissa Turner won the fifth-grade bee with the word resemble. Titus Kottwitz was the runner up, and the alternate is Isaac Bonta. Shaylise Turner was the sixth-grade winner with the word flail. Josh Truitt was the […]
Missouri’s 2018-2019 deer-hunting season ended January 15 with the Missouri Department of Conservation reporting a preliminary total harvest of 290,339 deer. Top counties for the overall season were Franklin with 5,826 deer harvested, Callaway with 5,545, and Howell with 5,350. Of the 290,339 deer harvested, 136,776 were antlered bucks, 30,116 were button bucks, and 123,447 […]
Trenton Middle School has announced the students selected as the January “Courage” Students of the Month. The students are fifth graders Kaylianna Stephens and Zach Dysart, sixth graders Kera Boyle and Devin Allen, seventh graders Dulce Lopez and David Sharp, and eighth graders Krysta McCullough and Brody Polk.
Heifer prices kept going up in the fifth of six fall sales of Show-Me-Select replacement heifers, December 7th. The 74 head averaged $2,334 with the previous high being $2,099 on 64 head at Fruitland, Mo. “Heifer quality was top-notch.” said Kendra Graham, the sale coordinator, “Buyer turnout was high and they were willing to pay […]