Congratulations to PK-1 students at Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, "Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!"

Congratulations to teachers Miss Morgan and Ms.

Gabe Rogers hitting in one of his four RBIs.

Rogers drove in 4 RBI's to lead the Braymer Bobcats defeat over Sweet Springs 16 to 5.

Van Dunham and John Rupert, recipients of the Silver Beaver Award by the Pony Express Council.

Two area residents were awarded the Silver Beaver Award at the Pony Express Council Recognition Dinner of the Boy Scouts of America on April 1. The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America.

Monarch butterflies have returned early to Missouri and are laying eggs at an unprecedented rate, as evidenced by this emerging milkweed plant at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City, which is covered with 17 monarch eggs. Missourians for Monarchs is encouraging landowners not to mow roadsides and other areas that can serve as habitat for the butterflies. Photo courtesy of Amanda Gehin.

Tattered yet resilient monarch butterflies have returned to the Midwest early this spring, laying eggs as they migrate north from their overwintering grounds in Mexico.

Hydrangeas are available in several colors.

One of the more popular woody ornamental plants is the hydrangea. These plants have large showy clusters of blossoms, and come in both shrub and vine forms.

Representative Jim Neely

Greetings Friends of the 8th!

House Approves Comprehensive Workforce Development Legislation (HCB 4)

Congratulations to PK-1 students at Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, "Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!"
Gabe Rogers hitting in one of his four RBIs.
Van Dunham and John Rupert, recipients of the Silver Beaver Award by the Pony Express Council.
Monarch butterflies have returned early to Missouri and are laying eggs at an unprecedented rate, as evidenced by this emerging milkweed plant at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City, which is covered with 17 monarch eggs. Missourians for Monarchs is encouraging landowners not to mow roadsides and other areas that can serve as habitat for the butterflies. Photo courtesy of Amanda Gehin.
Hydrangeas are available in several colors.
Representative Jim Neely
Congratulations to PK-1 students at Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, "Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!"
Congratulations to teachers Miss Morgan and Ms. Farabee and their 16 PK-1 students in Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, “Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!” The school will receive a check for $200 for the category win and $...
The Penney High School Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Twyla Finch, performed at the MSHSAA State Music Festival for Large Ensembles in Maryville on April 4. The choir performed two memorized songs for three judges, then performed a song by sight reading for another judge. All four judges gave...
Gabe Rogers hitting in one of his four RBIs.
Rogers drove in 4 RBI's to lead the Braymer Bobcats defeat over Sweet Springs 16 to 5. The Bobcats earned the victory despite allowing Sweet Springs to score 3 runs in the first inning. Sweet Springs was led in the 1st by a double by Sims, a double by Giffon and an error. Braymer left 2 on bases in...
Coach Rick Ross and his Penney High Hornet track and field teams traveled 15 miles west to compete against 12 other schools in the 2017 Cameron Invitational Relays last Tuesday. Chillicothe won both the men and women divisions while the Hamilton Hornets placed 4th and the Lady Hornets 9th (just 6.5...

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Congratulations to PK-1 students at Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, "Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!"

Congratulations to teachers Miss Morgan and Ms.

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Gabe Rogers hitting in one of his four RBIs.
Rogers drove in 4 RBI's to lead the Braymer Bobcats defeat over Sweet Springs 16 to 5.The Bobcats earned the victory despite allowing Sweet Springs to score 3 runs in the first inning. Sweet...

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