The Spoofhound boys basketball team won the Cameron Tournament January 30. The champions took the win over Smithville in the final 49-43.
Landon & Chancey Herbert In 2017, Chancey Herbert and her husband Landon began noticing signs of depression in their son, Ledger. Despite extensive efforts in counseling and rehabilitation, Ledger lost his battle with depression in February of 2018. Even as the years go by, they know that their lives will never be the same. As
NFL Super Bowl Champions, 1967-2020 “This weekend’s Super Bowl marks the 55th game since starting in 1967. 20 different teams have at least one Super Bowl victory. Pittsburgh and New England, with six trophies each, lead all teams, followed by Dallas and San Francisco with five each, Green Bay and New York Giants each have
Northwest Missouri State University will celebrate Black History Month with a series of events to educate students and the community about African American history. Black History Month, which is celebrated throughout the month of February, gives people the opportunity to share, understand and commemorate the impacts of African American heritage and culture. The nationwide theme
The North Nodaway Mustangs celebrated Courtwarming, January 22. The royalty was introduced and seniors, Andrew Blackford and Jadon Dobbins, were selected as King and Queen. Andrew is the son of Tim and Courtney Blackford, Hopkins. Jadon is the daughter of Jason and Shaundi Dobbins, Hopkins.
The Maryville Spoofhounds competed in the Quad State Classic 2021 against several other schools and placed third as a team January 30. Senior Keiren Watkins and junior Drew Spire placed first in their respective weight classes. Watkins celebrated his 100th win during the meet January 30.
Grady & Lisa Hilsabeck Grady and Lisa’s lives were forever changed when their daughter Baylee took her life at the age of 16 after being diagnosed with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome a year prior. Their hope is that as Ambassadors, they can begin to offer mental health resources and real change for the children across
The PV girls routed the Mound City team 74-17 February 2 at the Panthers’ home court. Freshman Jayce Holtman brings the ball into Platte Valley territory. The Platte Valley boys faced a tough Panther opponent later that evening. PV lost 37-72. Sophomore Carter Luke scopes out the court for his next move.
The Eugene Field fourth graders took advantage of the snow last week to celebrate reaching their December reading goal. Their teachers are Michelle Young, Ron Leader, Victoria Hollar, Joe Suchan, and Tracey Wallace.
Graham Lions meal will be dine-in, also curbside The Graham Lions Club will host a catfish filets, mountain oysters and chicken fry from 4:30 to 7 pm, Saturday, February 6 at the Graham Community Building. The cost is $12 and meals can be enjoyed by dining in or picking up curbside. Parnell AL to hold