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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, enthusiastic volunteer hunter, Whitetail Unlimited, Master Naturalist, and local Lion Clubs are planning the Annual Deer Hunt for Persons with Disabilities, which will be held at Mark Twain Lake. The hunt will be held during the 2022 Missouri Rifle Deer Seas…

Gearing up for deer season? Missouri Department of Conservation is hosting a Hunter Education Skills Session Saturday, October 15th, 2022, at Mark Twain Lake – M. W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center. The skills session is the second step in a two-step process for individuals to obtain their…

September 19, 2022, Mark Twain Lake – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Mark Twain Lake is announcing that the Indian Creek Halloween Walk admittance will be by advance tickets only.  Tickets are $5.00 per vehicle. The Indian Creek Halloween Walk for 2022, is scheduled for Friday, October …

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The 35th Annual Northeast Missouri Old Threshers wrapped up its event on Sunday, Sept. 18.  The Threshing show that showcases antique equipment and early 1900’s agricultural life saw more than 300 exhibitors, with the feature tractors being Oliver, White, Cockshutt, and Minnie Moline, and mo…

The Monroe City Senior Nutrition Center is sponsoring a Dairyland Donkey Basketball event on Tuesday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Monroe City High School gym. This event will feature four teams: high school students, Monroe City R-1 faculty, local Monroe City businesses and participants fro…

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The Monroe City Panthers packed up and boarded the bus on March 2, to compete against the Duchesne Pioneers in the Class 3 Sectional in Cottleville. The teams entered the contest knowing it was all or nothing, each in it to win it, with the highest scoring team moving forward. Unfortunately,…

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Monroe City R-1 Future Farmers of America kicked off National FFA Week with its traditional breakfast – with a twist. The meals were served on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 21.

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Monroe City Singers have been busy rehearsing for their upcoming concert, which will be open to the public. Each year, the Singers prepare a Christmas concert to present to the community and surrounding area. The event draws a full house, as they welcome in the holiday season with their tale…

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Local Author Corby Smith was all smiles as she welcomed community members to her book signing on Saturday, November 6 at the Opera House. Family members stood by for support, as several stopped by to purchase their copy of her newly released memoir titled, “Unapologetically Grief: Raw and Real.”

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The Monroe City R-1 School district will be hosting a Veteran’s Day program in the High School gymnasium for all grades and community members on November 11 at 2 p.m. Doors will open at 12:30 p.m. There will be a reception in the High School cafeteria following the assembly. The assembly is …

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The Captain Ben Smith Airfield hosted the Glen Wiley Pilots Association Breakfast Fly-in or Drive-in on October 16 at 9 a.m. The weather was brisk and a cool 42 degrees, with clear skies for the pilots to land their planes on the runway. The public was invited to the event. Those in attendan…

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The Monroe City R-1 School District hosted Big Truck Night on October 6 at the Lion’s Club Field. Guests could enjoy tours of approximately 21 different types of vehicles, along with activities for children to take part in. Organizer and Pre-K teacher Sarah Lorenson stated, “I was thrilled w…

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The Monroe City FFA Chapter will be hosting a BBQ before the Homecoming game September 24 at the Ag building. The BBQ will be served  from 5-7 p.m. The chapter invites the public to come and support this event. All proceeds will go to support the Monroe City Summer Lunch Program, which helps…

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The Monroe City LEOs for Kids kicked off their second annual Blue Santa fundraising event September 17-18. The two-day weekend offered a schedule packed with food contests, live music, car show and entertainment for kids. Community members and surrounding area visitors gathered at the Lion’s…

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The thirty-fourth annual Northeast Missouri Old Threshers entertained approximately 2500 guests the weekend at the Shelbina Fairgrounds. The annual event brought many together during the four-day event with activities and events for all ages.

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The Monroe City High School (MCHS) will celebrate their football homecoming on September 24. This year’s Football Homecoming theme is “Summer, Winter, Spring, Fall; Monroe City Wins it All!” and will host the traditional Homecoming Parade Friday at 2 p.m., along with special festivities all …

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The National Wild Turkey Federation(NWTF) held a banquet dinner on Saturday, August 28 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The event was hosted by the See’s Creek Strutters Chapter, of Monroe City. The sixth annual event differed from last year, being able to hold an in person meeting rather th…

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Mud Junkie Motor Sports entertained a lively crowd on August 28 with revved engines and mud splatters. There were approximately 300 spectators present to enjoy the night of family fun entertainment. Organizer Travis Turpin explained the growth of attendance, stating, “Participation and guest…

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Fabulous Feet Dance Company welcomed dancers of all ages to Dance Camp on August 9-13 by Dancing through the Decades. Student dancers expressed their excitement by smiling and learning new moves, along with taking the opportunity to learn hip-hop by guest artist, Riley (James) Williams. Owne…

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The Eastern Missouri Crappie Club hosted the Thirteenth Annual John Martens Memorial Jack and Jill Catch Crappie for the Cure tournament and auction on July 31. The tournament is held each year as a fundraiser with proceeds going to help the Monroe County Cancer Supporters, raising over a to…

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Fabulous Feet Dance Company will offer their Summer Dance Camp featuring special Guest Artist and former student Rylie James Williams August 9-13. The camp is offered to ages 3 years old and up, including adults if interested. Dancers can be registered on first day of camp or pre-registered …

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Towns all across the state will be celebrating Missouri’s Bicentennial on August 10 with celebrations and old fashion ice cream socials, including Monroe City. Those wanting to celebrate their great states birthday are invited to BB’s for ice cream, cake and lemonade for only $5 per person. …

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The Monroe City Community Task Force will host the second Back to School Bash on Sunday, August 8, at the Lion’s Club Field, from 1-4 p.m. Monroe City students, including MCR-1 and Holy Rosary, in grades Kindergarten through Eighth will be able to pick up free school supplies and enjoy an ev…

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The Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce hosted a firework show at the Mark Twain Lake Cannon Dam drawing a big crowd by water and land. Boats were seen sitting near the dam as they waited for the show to start, along with cars parked along the roadway.

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Monroe City will be hosting a variety of Fourth of July festivities for the upcoming weekend to celebrate Independence Day. There will be a parade, pageants, baby show and food vendors and firework show for the community to enjoy.

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The Fifty-Second Annual Mark Twain Old Threshers’ Show will take place July 8-10, at the Paris Fairgrounds. The show will feature John Deere Tractor, Chevrolet Automobile, and John Deere Gas Engine   All Makes and Models are welcome. The show will be hosting the Vintage Green Club of Missouri.

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Monroe City Panther Players presented The Wizard of Oz musical taking viewers down the path of the yellow brick road this past weekend. Guests of all ages demonstrated their enjoyment of the show through bouts of laughter and smiles, clapping to congratulate the hard work and amazing effort …

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Monroe City Panther Players will present The Wizard of Oz musical this weekend. The musical will be performed at the Monroe City Middle School with four available show times. Starting on April 9 at 7 p.m., April 10 at 8 p.m. and then on April 11 at 2 and 7 p.m.

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Hippity Hoppity who? The Easter Bunny flew in on April 3, as hundreds of viewers watched the Survival Flight helicopter deliver the furry friend to the Annual Timbrook’s Flashlight Easter Egg Extravaganza.

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Basketball Camp sign-ups are underway. The Monroe City Panther’s will host their tenth annual basketball camp in April and May for four different age groups. The camp is directed by boys basketball Head Coach Brock Edris and assisted by Coach Ed Talton.