Friday, September 20, 2019
Friday afternoon, a group of Missouri state representatives learned about food insecurity in Missouri, and how Second Harvest Community Food Bank is working to combat it.
It was a battle of star quarterbacks as Lafayette hosted Savannah for its homecoming game, but the Savages dominated the Fighting Irish with 580 total yards in a 40-21 victory Friday at Alumni Stadium.
DEKALB, Mo. — The DeKalb Tigers fell on their homecoming night, as the East Atchison Wolves came to town and took care of business by forcing four turnovers and winning 50-22 on Friday night.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Maryville Spoofhounds thwarted the first-quarter struggles in a 62-2 blowout over St. Pius X on Friday at the Hound Pound.
Worn down by a physical Patriots run game and hindered by mental mistakes, Central fell to Truman by a score of 40-9 on Friday at Central High School.
CAMERON, Mo. — The Chillicothe Hornets made a strong come back after losing their first in Week 3 by taking a 42-25 win against the Cameron Dragons on Friday.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Landlords and property managers in St. Joseph have continued to obtain business licenses and sign up for free rental inspections from the city as part of requirements put into effect earlier this year.
Labor unions in the St. Joseph area already are working on familiar issues they plan to either support or oppose during what promises to be a very contentious 2020 election cycle.
Vaping has turned into an epidemic nationwide, with 450 reported illnesses related to the practice and six reported deaths involving those smoking products, the most recent one in Kansas.
When Eagle Radio DJ Gregg Lynn started more than 20 years ago, he recalls listeners wanting to be as far away from ‘80s music as possible.
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Modern-day prospectors didn't spare any part of St. Joseph as they scoured the city for available buildings that could accommodate a medical marijuana business.
St. Joseph school officials are working to combat an issue that has become a national concern with young people: vaping.
Friday, September 13, 2019
A rough transition to the 8-man game turned much sweeter for Bishop LeBlond on Friday as the Golden Eagles rolled past Veritas Christian (Kan.) 75-14 at Eagle Stadium.
It was a tale of two halves for the Benton Cardinals and the Lafayette Irish Friday night at Sparks Field. What started as a competitive rivalry game in the first-half turned into a run-away game for the Irish in the second-half as they won 40-13.
CHILLICOTHE, Mo. — The Maryville Spoofhounds start their conference slate with a commanding 49-12 win over the Chillicothe Hornets Friday night.
Central scored its first points of the season, put it came in the midst of a 28-point deficit in a 52-7 loss Friday against Park Hill South at the Park Hill District Stadium.
FAUCETT, Mo. — Class 2 No. 2 Lathrop took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown and never looked back, dominating Mid-Buchanan in all three phases of the game and serving up a 49-0 rout of the Dragons on Friday at Mid-Buchanan High School.
According to Buchanan County Prosecuting Attorney Ron Holliday, no criminal charges will be filed in the case of an officer-involved shooting that occurred in August.