Earlier this morning, the eighth annual Shed Antler Hunt for Youth started at 8:30 a.m. and is scheduled to last until 3 p.m. at the M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center near the Cannon Dam. Loved ones brought their children from the surrounding area to enjoy the outdoors. The event is p…
Developing a thriving rural Missouri is important to FCS Financial. The Shaping Rural Missouri grant program offers Missouri 4-H and FFA organizations $500 grants to implement projects that will benefit their rural communities and youth development.
Students from many area high schools were on the Hannibal-LaGrange University campus on February 5 to participate in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) District 7 Leadership Conference. Schools participating included Bowling Green, Clopton, Community R-6, Elsberry, Hannibal CTC, …
Holy Rosary School staff and students were busy celebrating Catholic Schools Week January 29 – February 2. The chosen theme this year for the week was Holy Rosary Students Learn, Serve, Lead and Succeed. The school held an open house on January 31, with the public invited to come and celebra…
The Monroe City R-1 High School is hosting their annual basketball homecoming this week, February 5-8, with several activities planned. The theme this year is ‘Monroe City won’t play Centralia’s games!’.
Second grade D.A.R.E students from Monroe City R-1 Elementary and Holy Rosary, participated in Socks for Seniors on Dec. 18 . Pictured above are Brooklynn Hathaway, Addi Smith, Joslynn Kelley, Tommy Pugh and Reese Flick.
Above: The current elementary building was built in 1923 with an addition added in the early 1990’s, administration looks at 2019 Bond Issue for improvements.
Swinkey Days for Kids was held July 9-11. The annual event hosted 165 participating kids ages 4 and older. Each child received a blue t-shirt with the verse Matthew 5:16 Let Your Light Shine, the theme for the week printed on the back.
Co-writers, Bradi Keller and Camryn Hays celebrate with Bradi’s grandmother, Cindy Hancock and Camryn’s grandfather, Gary Yager during a booksigning of their book, The Journey of Cancer.
Foreground: Monroe City High School adorns a new panther head logo. In the distance the United States flag flys at half staff in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day declared by John F. Kennedy in 1962.
Sophomore FFA member Skylie Baker is happy to share her rabbit as children show interest at the annual FFA Ag Festival held at Monroe City R-1 on May 4.
Karli Amos portrays an automobile accident victim, who is later life flighted, during a mock extraction demonstration at the Highschool on April 19.
Sparing boxers, Steve Hughes of Monroe City and Jim Moore of Bowling Green take on Parkinson’s disease together at Rock Steady Boxing Club coached by Crager.
Heavy rains falter restoration efforts causing temporary jack piers to wash away under extreme flood water pressure during the week at the Union Covered Bridge .