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10 area students to participate in Sophomore Pilgrimage April 9  Jefferson City News Tribune

Ten area students will be among the approximately 250 high school sophomores participating in the 85th annual Sophomore Pilgrimage on Tuesday.



Lincoln track wins team titles at William Jewell  Jefferson City News Tribune

LIBERTY — The Lincoln men's and women's track and field teams combined to win 14 events last Saturday, sweeping the team titles at the Darrel Gourley Open ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Linn High School boys baseball defeats Tolton 13-10  Columbia Missourian

Tolton baseball lost to Linn 13-10 on Thursday at Atkins Field in Columbia. The game was the Trailblazers' home opener.



PHOTO GALLERY: Tolton boys basketball blows past North Callaway, advances to district finals  Columbia Missourian

Father Tolton Catholic High School defeated North Calloway High School 63-29 in the semifinal game of the Class 3 District 9 tournament on Friday, Feb.



Pintos girls basketball moves on to semifinals | California Missouri News  California Democrat

The California Pintos (18-7) girls team advanced to the semifinals of the Class 3 District 9 Tournament after their 57-42 win over Linn High School (7-18) in the ...



Linn High School student arrested for bringing unloaded gun to school, possession of marijuana  ABC17News.com

UPDATE 5:04 P.M.: ABC 17 talked to Principal Bower who said he was not notified of the gun by a student, but rather a faculty member. The court documents say ...



Area banks offer financial literacy software to schools  Jefferson City News Tribune

Mid-Missouri banks are sponsoring area schools' access to a software program that helps introduce students to the financial realities they'll face as adults.



Blair Oaks High School students celebrate Winterfest | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune

Blair Oaks High School celebrated Winterfest 2019 from Jan. 22-26. This year's theme was Paris, France, with the slogan "City of Lights." Students participated in ...



Postseason ban could cost MU athletics millions  Columbia Missourian

Among other places, the NCAA sanctions hit Missouri's athletics department where it really hurts: the pocketbook.



Teen arrested for stealing money from Linn High School  ABC17News.com

A 17-year-old Linn man is facing charges for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from Linn High School.



Band Festival Saturday | Washington  The Missourian

Thirty-one schools and about 2200 students will compete this Saturday in the 50th annual Washington Marching Band Festival.



Santiam, SH students are Linn Jr. First Citizens  Albany Democrat Herald

Brittany Grenbemer of Santiam Junior and Senior High School and Austin Olin of Sweet Home High School, were named Linn County Junior First Citizens ...



Voss selected by Angels in MLB Draft  Jefferson City News Tribune

Jacob Voss, a graduate of Linn High School, was selected Wednesday by the Los Angeles Angels in the MLB Draft.



Hickman baseball sweeps doubleheader in season debut  Columbia Missourian

The Hickman baseball team won both of its games Saturday.



Voss taking advantage of pro baseball opportunity  Jefferson City News Tribune

At first, it didn't seem as if Jacob Voss was going to play baseball again after graduating high school. Now, he's going to be a professional baseball player.



Despite recent rough patch, Tolton enters district tournament with confidence  Columbia Missourian

The Tolton boys basketball team looks to prove why it was given the No. 1 seed in the Class 3 District 9 Tournament this week.



Prep boys basketball: VandenBos takes over head coaching role for Warriors  Albany Democrat Herald

When Lebanon High School administrators were faced with hiring a new head coach for the boys varsity basketball team, they didn't have to travel far to find the ...



Area Roundup: 2019-20 Spring season MSHSAA class, district assignments announced  Sedalia Democrat

Class and district assignments for MSHSAA spring season activities were announced Friday, March 8. Below is a list of local baseball, softball, golf, girls soccer, ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Rock Bridge rolls past Lee's Summit North, advances to state championship  Columbia Missourian

The Rock Bridge boys basketball team faced off against Lee's Summit North in the semifinal round of the MSHSAA Class 5 tournament Friday in Springfield.



Missouri athletics department operates in the red for second consecutive year  Columbia Missourian

Missouri's athletic department operated with a budget deficit for the second straight year, according to documents submitted to the NCAA and obtained by the ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman High School girls soccer starts season off strong  Columbia Missourian

The Hickman High School girls soccer team faced off against Waynesville High School on Saturday at Hickman High School. The Kewpies shut out the Tigers of ...



'Bring back the blackboard': MU English's boards are a window into the classroom  Columbia Missourian

MU's English Department is featuring a series of classroom boards on Twitter, showcasing lessons from seminars on science fiction to global African literature.



Central Linn bond failing  Albany Democrat Herald

HALSEY — Central Linn voters were saying no to new school buildings by a margin of more than 2 to 1 in unofficial Linn County election returns posted ...



Missouri loses last-second heartbreaker to No. 12 Kentucky  Columbia Missourian

The Tigers' offense flamed out in the second half of a 15-14 last-second home loss to No. 12 Kentucky. Missouri held a 14-3 lead with less than six minutes to.



Linn County Youth Livestock Auction sells record number of animals  Albany Democrat Herald

The slow auctions took a minute and change. But the quick auctions? They could be over in 30 seconds. For 4-H and Future Farmers of America members, that ...



FIRST LOOK: Here's what you need to know today  Columbia Missourian

Catch up on the weekend news and prepare to start your week.



Simon Tehle scores first career goal as Hickman blanks Rock Bridge  Columbia Missourian

Senior forward Simon Tehle tallied the first goal of his high school career as the Kewpies held on for a 1-0 win over Rock Bridge on Tuesday night.



Missouri softball extends win streak to five with victories over UMass and Iowa  Columbia Missourian

The Tigers have outscored their opponents 30-3 during the winning streak.



Whitted, Beach co-valedictorians at Central Linn  Albany Democrat Herald

HALSEY — Ethan Whitted of Brownsville and Molly Beach of Shedd will lead the Central Linn High School Class of 2017 as valedictorians at a June 10 ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri gymnastics records season-high team score, takes second in quad meet  Columbia Missourian

Missouri's gymnastics team hosted Michigan, Minnesota and Centenary for a quad meet on Friday at the Hearnes Center. Before competition started, six senior ...



FIRST LOOK: Here's what you need to know to start your day  Columbia Missourian

There's a chance of rain this afternoon before showers develop overnight.



Teen sues city council president over records | Northwest  Lewiston Morning Tribune

PORTLAND, Ore. — A West Linn, Ore., college student has taken the president of the West Linn City Council to court over her refusal to provide him with her ...



Gennady Barabtarlo, Feb. 15, 1949 — Feb. 24, 2019 | Family obituary | columbiamissourian.com  Columbia Missourian

Gennady Barabtarlo, 70, died peacefully at home on Feb. 24, 2019. Visitation will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, at St. Luke the ...



Bruce Arden Dixon, Jan. 24, 1949 — March 9, 2019  Columbia Missourian

Bruce Arden Dixon, 70, of Fulton, passed away Saturday, March 9, 2019, at his home.



Veteran's career spans service in Air Force, fire department and as EMT  Jefferson City News Tribune

Public *service* can become a passion that captures the attention of a young person and leads to a journey with many interesting twists and turns, thus pushing ...



James “Jim” Lamp  Albany Democrat Herald

Jim Lamp was born in Portland, Oregon to Rolland and Alice (Workinger) Lamp. He moved to the homestead in Shedd at the age of 2. Jim went to Central Linn ...



Hickman basketball dominates Smith-Cotton in home opener  Columbia Missourian

Hickman rolled to a 77-62 victory over Smith-Cotton. Jarvis Jennings had 25 points, while sophomore Seth Larson and junior Adam Trachsel helped push the ...



Battle carries youthful team into 2019 season  Columbia Missourian

The Battle boys baseball team will feature a less-experienced squad than the Spartans have had in the past few seasons.



Running from the law, former Redmond principal faces life in prison  Bend Bulletin

On the morning of Oct. 23, Michael Tallman's third sex abuse trial in six years was set to begin in Deschutes County Circuit Court, but the former Redmond High ...



Marjorie Dale Thompson, Oct. 8, 1926 — March 8, 2019 | Family obituary  Columbia Missourian

Marjorie Dale Thompson passed away on March 8, 2019.



PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri softball hosts Georgia in home opener, falls 1-0  Columbia Missourian

The Missouri Tiger softball team hosted the Georgia Bulldogs for their season home opener on Friday, March 15, 2019 at Mizzou Stadium. The Tigers fell to the ...



UPDATED: Two arrested in connection to death of 14-year-old  Columbia Missourian

One teenager was shot dead and another male was hospitalized after a shooting Tuesday at The Links at Columbia apartment complex, authorities said.



Tolton can't overcome early deficit in regular-season finale  Columbia Missourian

The Tolton boys basketball team could not come back after a quick deficit in its regular-season finale in St. Louis against Cardinal Ritter.



Homicide victim remembered for his generous spirit  Albany Democrat Herald

Don Whisenhunt could fix almost anything, and Tangent-area residents would welcome the sight of his brown Ford pickup bouncing up their gravel driveways, ...



Are the Blazers ready for the possibility of life without McCollum?  NBCSports.com

CJ McCollum left the game against the Spurs and didn't return. The extent of his injury is unknown. Are the Blazers ready for the possibility of moving forward ...



FFA members test their tractor skills  Albany Democrat Herald

Shhhh! Don't tell 6-year-old Brandon Glaser's kindergarten teacher that he played hooky from school Thursday.



Marching Band Festival This Saturday | County  The Missourian

More than 2000 students from 37 schools will compete Saturday in the 49th annual Washington Marching Band Festival.



Main option for new Columbia school zones emerges, will be tweaked  Columbia Missourian

A field of four proposed maps showing new Columbia school attendance zones has been narrowed to one for further exploration. The map known as “option ...



It's a Moda Center block party  NBCSports.com

The Blazers set a new season-high with 16 blocks on Friday, while Damian Lillard set a career-high with four blocks of his own.



PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman falls to Raymore-Peculiar | Photos  Columbia Missourian

Hickman narrowly lost to Raymore-Peculiar in the district semifinals on Tuesday held at Rock Bridge high school. With a score of 69-67, Hickman's season came ...



Blue Ridge Elementary principal arrested on suspicion of hit-and-run  Columbia Missourian

The newly named principal of Blue Ridge Elementary School was arrested in connection to a hit-and-run Saturday night on Interstate 70 in Cooper County.



La Crosse Loggers: Ryan Mantle related to the legend, but grandfather had bigger baseball impact  La Crosse Tribune

Rarely is the first question directed at La Crosse Loggers infielder Ryan Mantle related to baseball.



Has Dirk played his final game in Portland?  NBCSports.com

Dirk Nowitzki hasn't announced his retirement, but at 40-years-old father time is closing in. Has he played his final game in Portland?



Robert David Anderson  Albany Democrat Herald

Robert David Anderson, a Master Storyteller, Salmon Slayer, Baby Whisperer, Cider Squeezer, Semi-professional Pyromaniac and Closet Conservationist, left ...



Tigers' resurgent O-line looks to build on dominant performance  Columbia Missourian

Thanks to an edict from offensive line coach Brad Davis, the Tigers' offensive line put on its best performance of the season in the win over Florida.



Brownsville school sale plan moves forward  Albany Democrat Herald

HALSEY — After several months of starts and stops, the Central Linn School District is moving forward on negotiations with Willamette Neighborhood Housing ...



Missouri football adds two on National Signing Day  Columbia Missourian

Missouri's 2019 class ranks 32nd in the nation, according to Rivals.com.



NOTEBOOK: Tigers tweak depth chart at quarterback ahead of opener  Columbia Missourian

There were few surprises on the updated two-deep depth chart Missouri released Tuesday ahead of its season opener this weekend. But among the biggest ...



Supreme Court to hear appeal of Missouri death row inmate  Columbia Missourian

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed Monday to review the case of a Missouri death row inmate who says his rare medical condition could cause him to ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture prepares the farm for spring  Columbia Missourian

Employees and volunteers at Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture prepare the urban farm for the arrival of spring Tuesday in Columbia. Farm workers ...



Rehmert's Dutchmen score road victory  Gasconade County Republican

Falling on the road last Monday against Missouri Military Academy's Colonels in Mexico, Todd Rehmert's varsity Dutchmen basketball team looked for just their ...



Former Central Linn principal sentenced in sex abuse case  Albany Democrat Herald

Former Central Linn High School Principal Michael Bremont pleaded no contest Tuesday to a charge of second-degree sex abuse and was sentenced to 30 ...



Former Central Linn principal charged in Redmond  Albany Democrat Herald

Police in Redmond on Saturday arrested Michael Richard Bremont, a former principal at Central Linn High School, and charged with with sex crimes.



Prep boys basketball: Central Linn program keeps rolling under new coach  Albany Democrat Herald

For Bart Rothenberger, it was the perfect time to step down.



Three takeaways from Missouri's blowout loss to No. 3 Tennessee  Columbia Missourian

Three things to look for moving forward from Missouri's 87-63 loss to No. 3 Tennessee on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.



Students walk out, silently voice safety concerns  Albany Democrat Herald

Students from around the mid-valley left classes Wednesday morning to stand in silent vigil for 17 minutes, remembering the victims of America's latest mass ...



Prep soccer: Central Linn builds a new program  Albany Democrat Herald

ADAIR VILLAGE — Central Linn High School is proving that guys and girls can actually get along.



Cantleberry outmatched in pitchers' duel as Missouri baseball falls to Arkansas  Columbia Missourian

The Razorbacks' starter struck out Missouri batters in a dominant effort to open up Southeastern Conference play.



School officials pick up their shovels to break ground for Columbia's newest middle school  Columbia Missourian

Columbia Public School administrators brought their own school supplies to the city's new middle school on Thursday, two years before students are set to ...



Love at first bite: Downtown Waffle opens in Albany  Albany Democrat Herald

Mandi Johnsrud didn't think she liked waffles until about 15 years ago, when she was convinced, after repeated efforts, to try her first liege waffle.



Fangs for the memories  Albany Democrat Herald

HALSEY — Mathias Hansen hopes he'll be helping Central Linn's varsity basketball team win games long after he's back home in Denmark. The 16-year-old ...



10 things to do in mid-Missouri this weekend  Columbia Missourian

From the Living Windows Festival to a screening of "Elf" at the Blue Note, there's no shortage of ways to get in the holiday spirit this weekend.



Troubled St. Louis charter school to close after school year  Columbia Missourian

St. Louis College Prep falsified its attendance records. State Auditor Nicole Galloway opened an investigation into the school earlier this year.



Ronald Eugene Macher, April 21, 1943 — Nov. 30, 2018  Columbia Missourian

Ronald Eugene Macher of Clark died Nov. 30 at the age of 75.



PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri baseball wins series opener against Northwestern  Columbia Missourian

The Missouri baseball team hosted Northwestern for the first game of a three-game weekend series on Friday, March 8, 2019 at Taylor Stadium. Missouri's Paul ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Women veterans gather to celebrate Women's History Month  Columbia Missourian

Truman Veterans' Hospital held an event celebrating Women's History Month to salute female veterans Friday. Robyn Starletta Cathcart, a Marine veteran, gave ...



Tigers' TE coach Finley headed to Texas A&M  Columbia Missourian

Missouri tight ends coach Joe Jon Finley is leaving the Tigers to join Jimbo Fisher's staff at Texas A&M, where he will serve in the same role, a source confirmed ...



Columbia residents experience poverty through simulation  Columbia Missourian

Around 60 people attended a poverty simulation sponsored by the Health Department on Tuesday. There will be two more simulations open to the public in June ...



PHOTO GALLERY: 26th annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration  Columbia Missourian

Members of the Columbia community gathered to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. and the work being done towards a more inclusive city at the 26th annual ...



Missouri tennis drops second consecutive match | Mizzou Sports  Columbia Missourian

Missouri tennis lost to No. 25 Kentucky 4-1 on Sunday in Lexington, Kentucky. It was the Tigers' second consecutive loss since the start of Southeastern ...



LOCAL BRIEFS: Missouri tennis' Middlebrooks and Wright land on ITA national rankings  Columbia Missourian

Missouri tennis players Mackenzy Middlebrooks and Ellie Wright were ranked the No. 65 doubles team in the country in the latest ITA Division I women's ...



Central Linn coach takes on AD role  Albany Democrat Herald

Even with everything he's accomplished on the basketball court, Bart Rothenberger says he might enjoy being an athletic director more than a coach.



Poor start dooms Missouri softball against No. 5 Washington  Columbia Missourian

Missouri softball knew it was going to need a good start in order to beat No. 5 Washington on Saturday at the Mary Nutter Classic in Cathedral City, California.



Kelly makes fixes after Treece's treasurer complains of an illegal campaign donation  Columbia Missourian

Columbia mayoral candidate Chris Kelly has amended his most recent campaign finance report after his opponent, incumbent Mayor Brian Treece, accused him ...



EDITORIAL: Baseball stadium in downtown KC? Let's start a conversation  Columbia Missourian

Royals owner David Glass must be convinced that a loss in parking revenue can be made up through the higher attendance that downtown baseball promises.



Meet the 2016 Jr. First Citizen nominees  Albany Democrat Herald

Linn County's 2016 Junior First Citizens will be announced during a luncheon Nov. 1 at the American Legion Post 10, 1215 Pacific Blvd.



Missouri softball closes Day 2 of Kajikawa Classic with extra-inning defeat  Columbia Missourian

The game featured three ties, but Missouri was never able to grab a lead and fell to No. 25 Oregon State.



Mid-valley gooaaaals: Developmental league team puts on exhibition game at South Albany  Albany Democrat Herald

Katie Robeck of Sweet Home watched carefully as the Portland Timbers U23 team battled Starphire FC of Medford on Wednesday night, taking mental notes on ...



UPDATE: Foul play not suspected in Moberly woman's death  Columbia Missourian

The Moberly Police Department was investigating Wednesday the death of a 29-year-old woman who was found unresponsive Wednesday afternoon, according ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College softball sweeps doubleheader in dominant fashion  Columbia Missourian

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Missouri cross country has a bright future ahead with addition of new course  Columbia Missourian

It's a chilly day in Columbia, with a blanket of dew resting gently on the ground. Missouri's cross country runners lace up their shoes — it's race day. They are ...



YOUR VOICE MATTERS: Help us pick questions to ask candidates for April elections  Columbia Missourian

Now it's your turn to vote and help us choose which questions to ask the candidates.



Columbia College baseball sweeps doubleheader against Park University  Columbia Missourian

The Columbia College baseball team won both of its games in Sunday's doubleheader against Park University. The Cougars won the first game 6-5 and the ...



PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri tennis drops match against South Carolina  Columbia Missourian

Missouri tennis fell to South Carolina 0-4 on Friday, March 8, 2019 at Mizzou Tennis Complex. The team's third straight loss pushes their overall record to 10-4.



Two Columbia men arrested Friday after police issue search warrant  Columbia Missourian

Two Columbia men were arrested after the Columbia Police Department and the SWAT Team issued a search warrant Friday at 2607 Eastwood Drive, where ...



Community pays tribute to firefighter who lost three-year battle with cancer  Columbia Missourian

Marc Wright was a veteran of the Columbia Fire Department.



Harry Crabb, Oct. 24, 1923 — Jan. 17, 2019  Columbia Missourian

No matter his employment, Harry Crabb frequently played trumpet in his church and community. He was part of a locally-formed trumpet trio from 1986 to 2009 ...



DAVID WEBBER: If you were homeless, would you prefer a shelter or a camp?  Columbia Missourian

Many routes lead normal, average people to homelessness. Drug and alcohol addictions are a serious problem for many families, and few have the resources or ...



Jefferson City Police continue search for missing 4-year-old  Columbia Missourian

A caretaker called police around 7 a.m. Thursday, saying Darnell Gray was gone from his bed that morning, along with his backpack, coat, hat, gloves and some ...



Roots N Blues N BBQ releases schedule and three final artists  Columbia Missourian

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival announced a finalized schedule and three additional artists during an event at Bur Oak Brewing Company on Thursday.



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