Jim Neely

In a letter to his caucus on Tuesday evening, Representative Jim Neely announced he would be seeking the post of Assistant Majority Floor Leader in the upcoming election.  “With the recent media attention surrounding our work and time in Jefferson

Bobcat Logan O'Dell rushes for some of his 102 yards for the night.

Friday night lights were sparkling bright in Braymer. The home-town crowd had to be pleased with the variety of offensive plays and the powerful defense that head Coach Craig Railsback has put together.

Pictured  here are Kelly Christensen (sponsored by The Hamilton Bank); Kersten Crawford (sponsored by Jason Kanoy, Associate Circuit Judge); Kenna Schmidt (sponsored by Finch Drilling, Mark Finch); Morgan Dotson (sponsored by the Hamilton Lions Club); Abigail Anderson (sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary); and Raven Rhodes (sponsored by Bank Northwest).  Kaitlyn Miller (sponsored by New York Life, Mike Brown) was unable to attend.

The American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Missouri, hosted it's 74th Session of Missouri Girls State June 21-27, 2015, at The University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg.

Linebacker Telly Harper #88 caused the Gallatin receiver to fumble the ball and Kenny Pulley #67 recovers it on the Hamilton 41 yard line.

The Hamilton Hornets evened their record to 1-1 this past Friday night as Penney High defeated the visiting Gallatin Bulldogs 19-8, giving Caleb Obert his first victory as the head football coach of the Hornets.

Kari Miller, Roger Avery, Russell Templemire, Gayla Woolery and Rich Johnson

Braymer teachers

Kari Miller

Left to Right – Caleb Obert; Brandi Clark; Beki Bolling; Brian Murrell; Heidi Leach; Adler Adams; Mary Jane Kemna; Maggie Scott; Erin Yuille; Vera Nelson; Jessica Sullinger; Jordan Richman; Keirstan Henry; April Ranes; Vince Wiederholt; Corey Creason; Tashyana Dowell; and Marc Schmidt. Not pictured: HS – Raychel Brown; Adam Summers; Elem. – Terri Gabbard; Tracey Hazzard;  Poppy Dockery; Krissy Lamp; Clarissa Manzano; and Tiffany Cameron.

“School has started” was the theme of the Hamilton School Board meeting on Wednesday. The Superintendent’s office was full of new teachers who were introduced to the board.

Jim Neely
Bobcat Logan O'Dell rushes for some of his 102 yards for the night.
Pictured  here are Kelly Christensen (sponsored by The Hamilton Bank); Kersten Crawford (sponsored by Jason Kanoy, Associate Circuit Judge); Kenna Schmidt (sponsored by Finch Drilling, Mark Finch); Morgan Dotson (sponsored by the Hamilton Lions Club); Abigail Anderson (sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary); and Raven Rhodes (sponsored by Bank Northwest).  Kaitlyn Miller (sponsored by New York Life, Mike Brown) was unable to attend.
Linebacker Telly Harper #88 caused the Gallatin receiver to fumble the ball and Kenny Pulley #67 recovers it on the Hamilton 41 yard line.
Kari Miller, Roger Avery, Russell Templemire, Gayla Woolery and Rich Johnson
Left to Right – Caleb Obert; Brandi Clark; Beki Bolling; Brian Murrell; Heidi Leach; Adler Adams; Mary Jane Kemna; Maggie Scott; Erin Yuille; Vera Nelson; Jessica Sullinger; Jordan Richman; Keirstan Henry; April Ranes; Vince Wiederholt; Corey Creason; Tashyana Dowell; and Marc Schmidt. Not pictured: HS – Raychel Brown; Adam Summers; Elem. – Terri Gabbard; Tracey Hazzard;  Poppy Dockery; Krissy Lamp; Clarissa Manzano; and Tiffany Cameron.
“Farmers in twelve states received a temporary reprieve from The Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule yesterday, when a Federal District Court Judge in North Dakota granted an injunction against the rule.  The strongly worded decision by the judge found that the agencies likely both violated the Clean...
Jim Neely
In a letter to his caucus on Tuesday evening, Representative Jim Neely announced he would be seeking the post of Assistant Majority Floor Leader in the upcoming election.  “With the recent media attention surrounding our work and time in Jefferson City I’ve found myself reflecting more and more...
Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today issued an Investor Alert for college students starting the new academic year, encouraging them to use six simple tips to protect themselves from online identity theft. “It’s a sad reality that there are scam artists who target college...
Bobcat Logan O'Dell rushes for some of his 102 yards for the night.
Friday night lights were sparkling bright in Braymer. The home-town crowd had to be pleased with the variety of offensive plays and the powerful defense that head Coach Craig Railsback has put together. The Bobcats jumped ahead of Slater after the first possession with a touchdown pass thrown by ...

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Bobcat Logan O'Dell rushes for some of his 102 yards for the night.
Friday night lights were sparkling bright in Braymer. The home-town crowd had to be pleased with the variety of offensive plays and the powerful defense that head Coach Craig Railsback has put...

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