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The Monroe City Track and Field teams had a very productive week at the track.  On Monday, March 25th, Monroe City hosted the Monroe City invitational.  The Lady Panthers earned the top spot in eight events.  Events winners were Emmalee Williams (400m/800m), Carly Youngblood (Pole Vault/100m…

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) works to sustain healthy forests, fish, and wildlife. However, MDC relies on citizen science, private landowners, and community engagement to further these efforts which benefit all Missourians. That’s the idea behind Missouri’s Master Naturalist…

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On April 7, the Panther offense was strong early, outscoring the Raiders 6-2 after 3 innings.  However, North Shelby chipped away at the lead and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to finish the game 7-6.  

Tuesday, March 5th the Monroe City Boys and Girls track teams made the journey to compete at the Clark County Relays.  The 2022 edition of the Clark County Relays saw high-level competition against numerous All-State athletes.  Eleven schools participated.  The Lady Panthers finished 3rd as …

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The Monroe City Middle School spent an evening with wildlife on Thursday, March 31.  From 6 -9 p.m. students and families gathered with area exhibitors including Missouri Department of Conservation Biologists, Foresters and Agents.

The Missouri Department of Conservation would like to invite you to an “Evening with Wildlife” in Monroe City on March 31, 2022. This event will be held at the Monroe City Middle School Gym on Thursday, March 31, 2022, from 6 – 9 p.m.

The Panthers traveled to Canton for their first baseball game and were tied 2-2 going into the bottom of the 5th inning. The Tigers would eventually score two more runs in the bottom of the 5th and eight runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to make the final score 12-2.

Monroe City Track and Field opened their season with a strong showing at the Monroe City Open.  Originally scheduled to open their season at Macon, Monroe City Track and Field were able to host the meet due to construction delays on Macon’s facilities.  The Monroe City faithful were treated …

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The Fidelis Club of Monroe City will be holding its second annual Mother/Son Dodgeball Tournament on Friday, April 1 at the Knights of Columbus Gym in Monroe City.  Teams of mothers or mother figures and their sons, ages Kindergarten through 8th grade, pre-registered throughout the month of …

Engulfed in despondency, it was not supposed to end this way. This was to be a team of destiny. But Providence shrugged and “The Dream” was shattered.

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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Joshua Talton scored a game-high 20 points while Jaedyn Robertson added 19 Tuesday, Feb. 8 as Monroe City powered past Clarence Cannon Conference rival Palmyra 62-31 in Monroe City.

Monroe City hosted Class 4 power house Father Tolton at home on Thursday Jan. 27th. The Trail Blazers starting lineup consisted of multiple Division 1 prospects.

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Monroe City kept Hannibal out of reach to win 73-60 this past Saturday at the Tony Lenzini Tournament. This was the 5th time the Panthers have won the tournament in the past 6 years.

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The Monroe City R-1 high school held their annual Homecoming Royalty crowning on Thursday,  January 13 due to the expectation of inclement weather on January 14. The 2022 Coronation took place during half-time of the varsity boys game against Clark County Indians, crowning Makenzie Moss and …

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Jessie Carter has been chasing records around barrels since she was four years old. Recently, on November 13-21, she won First place in the Barrel Futurities of America Amateur Futurity World Championship Final competition.

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Monroe City Panthers and their fans packed up the black and gold gear and headed south to compete in the Class 1 Quarterfinal competition at Hayti on November 20. Despite the efforts of a very determined Monroe City team, the Panthers ended their season to Hayti 26-22, in a physical football…

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Three Monroe City Lady Panther athletes have been named with All-State honors. The players named were Carly Youngblood, who was named as First Team All-State; and Audri Youngblood and Mackenzie Moss, who named Second Team All-State.

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The Monroe City R-1 high school (MCHS) lobby welcomed guests, staff members and coaches on November 10, as Carly Youngblood signed a letter of intent to carry on her softball career at the collegiate level with plans to attend University of Central Missouri (UCM). Surrounded by her family, f…

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Panthers win District Title with ease over Mark Twain 52-0

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The Monroe City Panthers welcomed the Van-Far Indians on October 29, opening up the road to the play-offs with the first district game. It didn’t take long for the Panthers to gain a substantial lead, winning the game 70-16. Head Coach David Kirby stated, “I was very proud of the way all our…

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The Monroe City Cross Country teams traveled to Linn to compete in the Cross-Country District meet. Both the boys and girls teams entered the race with high expectations, hoping for a shot at an individual state title. Despite the very wet and muddy conditions, Monroe City will see five runn…

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Everyone likes to win. It creates a feeling of accomplishment and brings a sensation of victory to a team, group or person. This past weekend, Monroe City High School Head Coach Melissa Chinn should have felt just that, accomplished, as her team completed her 200th coaching career win for th…

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Monroe City Lady Panthers boarded the bus and headed to Louisiana for Tournament action on September 25. The Panthers showed tough determination but came up short placing third in the tournament, winning two shut-out games against Louisiana and Van-Far and losing one to Elsberry.

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Friday night lights brought out the Panther Fans on September 24 for the rival game between Monroe City and Palmyra to celebrate Homecoming and the Mayor’s Cup game all in one. The atmosphere and crowd participation would make by-standers believe it could have been a play-off game with inten…