The St. Joseph Writer’s Guild held an awards assembly Saturday, March 16th to recognize young writers, some of whom are from Chula. Among results from Chula were Mackenzie Blackford first place and Addison Lewis second in essay and Phoebe Sanders in third place in short story. Other winners were from Maysville, Maryville, and Antioch Middle […]
The Chillicothe FFA Chapter participated in the Area II FFA Contest. The speaking results are: Creed Speaker: Claire Ripley – 2nd and gold; Prepared Public Speaking Division I Speaker: Josh Eckert – 3rd and gold; Prepared Public Speaking Division II Speakers: Seth Hansen – 1st and gold, Lucas Campbell – 3rd and gold; Prepared Public […]
The Pleasant View R-6 Community Club will hold the annual Basketball Extravaganza to benefit students, faculty, and staff. The event will be held in the school gym on the night of March 23rd. Community Club Treasurer Sara Berry says the event will begin with alumni Kenton Kinney performing the National Anthem at 6 o’clock prior […]
The Missouri Lottery is urging Mega Millions players to check their tickets from Tuesday night’s drawing. One lucky ticket sold in the state matched all five white-ball numbers, plus the Mega Ball number drawn, to win the $50 million jackpot prize. Tuesday night’s winning numbers were 10, 12, 16, 49 and 57, and the Mega Ball […]
The Pleasant View R-6 school reports an eighth grader, Andrew Huffstutter, won first place in science competition held Monday at St. Joseph. Huffstutter captured top honors in the earth and life science division of the Mid America Science and Engineering Fair. He was named the first place winner overall in the science events. Huffstutter also […]
The Missouri Department of Agriculture today launched the 10th annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest, asking Missourians to share the unique stories and images of agriculture through photographs. The contest, which runs through June 14, is an opportunity for amateur photographers across the state to submit their best images of Missouri agriculture. That image […]
A Trenton farmer received a first-place state yield award in the National Corn Growers Association National Corn Yield Contest. Adrian Cox was recognized as one of the top-yielding corn producers in the nation with a DeKalb brand blend corn yielding nearly 319 bushels per acre in the AA Non-Irrigated category. He was among DeKalb winners […]
Turkey and owl calling contests, an archery competition, deer mount displays and scoring, a gun raffle, with the winner able to choose from three guns, vendor tables, and a silent auction will be at the Princeton Rotary Club’s Youth Turkey Calling Contest and Outdoor Expo next week. The event will be held at the Princeton […]
Pleasant View R-6 held its Science Fair and has announced winners. Winners and for seventh and eighth grades include Krista Wilson with first place; Gabe Gamble, second place; and Andrew Huffstutter, third. The winners will compete at the Mid-America Science and Engineering Fair and Missouri Junior Academy of Science in Saint Joseph March 11th. For […]
Several Trenton high school and Grundy R-5 high school students won first place in various categories when the Future Business Leaders of America held district-wide competitions. There were numerous entries present when onsite judging was held at the Chillicothe United Methodist Church. Others participated in performance events that were pre-judged or evaluated in online tests […]
Princeton R-5 student Emma Walkup has won the Mercer County Spelling Bee and earned a spot at the Regional Spelling Bee in Saint Joseph. Walkup correctly spelled the word docile in Round 8 of the Mercer County Bee and then won by spelling courteous in Round 9.
Trenton Middle School student Kaylea Boyle won the Grundy County Spelling Bee on Wednesday. Boyle won with the word fiery, Trenton Middle School student Titus Kottwitz was the runner up. The first alternate is Lainie Lewis of Laredo, the second alternate is Zane Michael of Trenton. The Regional Spelling Bee will be in Saint Joseph.