Second half flurry lifts Eagles over Winfield

Four goals in the first 12 minutes of the second half stunned visiting Winfield and lifted the SoBoCo Eagles girls soccer team to a 6-2 win on Thursday night. Kate Ponder and Faryn Griffin led the charge, however, it was more like a tornado of white jerseys who created open shots, crosses in front of

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Quality Fabric Sale

Quality Fabric Sale. Hundreds of new yards of 100% cotton quilting fabric at $3 a yard. 10% reduction on $50, 20% on $100. Call 573-635-9013 for apportment or stop by 1715 Sunset Court, off Southwest Blvd, Jefferson City. Sale through the rest of April or later.

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Garage Sales

• 405 Sappington Dr. – Saturday 7:30 -?. Teaching supplies, baby clothes, bike, household, something for everyone! • 600 W. Clubhouse R. – Fri. & Sat. from 7:30 – noon. Boys clothes size 12mos to 4T. Lots of different stuff. Take M to Calvin to Clubhouse.

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Police Report

Ashland Police and Boone County Sheriff’s office reported the following arrests recently. Monday, April 24, 2017: • Eusebio Daneil Barajas-Real, 26, of Ashland was arrested by Ashland Police on 1st degree domestic assault charges. Bail amount: to be set.

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Soccer, Baseball continue to win

The SoBoCo Eagles baseball team won its sixth Tri-County Conference on Tuesday with a 7-0 win at California on Tuesday. Daniel Smith got the shutout win on the mound for the Eagles with a 9 strikeouts in the complete game performance. The win lifted the Eagles to a .500 record for the first time this

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Eagles eek out win on Senior Night

The SoBoCo Eagles baseball team gave the Osage Indians all the chances they needed, but starting pitcher Clay Jeffrey and reliever Sam Salmons slammed the door shut with clutch pitching for a SoBoCo 3-2 win on Monday in Ashland. The Eagles, now 8-9, are 5-1 in the Tri-County Conference. The traveled to California on Tuesday

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Making the most of their chances, Eagles win

The Eagles soccer team had a ferocious wind against them in the first half of last Wednesday’s game against Battle High School. To make matters worse, they also had a ferocious attack from the Battle Spartans. However, the Eagles held their ground with the defense of Riley Scheer and Lauren Gateley and senior goalie Katy

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Airport development ready for two spec buildings

The City of Ashland’s Planning and Zoning Commission will take an official look on May 9 at the next step in the largest construction project in the city’s history – the development of 477 acres by the Potterfield family just west of the Columbia Regional Airport. Hummingbird Properties sent plans to the City of Ashland

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