Carol Marie Helmich Diederich, born August 28, 1927 in Femme Osage to Emil and Irene Helmich, passed away at her home on November 15 in Hartsburg, Mo., with family and dear friend Teresa by her side. Carol Marie grew up with a strong and dedicated faith in Christ, and remained a faithful member of Family
The Southern Boone Boys Soccer Team won the State Quarterfinals on Saturday. They will be playing in the Final 4 on Friday against Guadalupe Centers Charter at 4:30 at World Wide Technology Soccer Park in the Class 2 state semifinals. This is the 5th Final Four In 8 years.
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Southern Boone Veterans were celebrated at the annual Optimist Club breakfast and the SoBoCo High School Assembly on Monday.
When the late George Campbell gained a new neighbor approximately four years ago out by Columbia Airport, according to friend and Ashland Mayor Gene Rhorer, he made a cold call to the new farmland owners Larry and Brenda Potterfield. “A few years back we acquired two farms totaling just under 500 acres bounded by the
Bundle up and head out to cheer on the Southern Boone Eagles Soccer Team as they take on Springfield Catholic in Sectionals tonight, Wednesday, November 13th at 5:00 p.m. in Ashland.
“If I could create a twitter hashtag for this project it would be #imnotanengineerbut,” said City Administrator Tony St. Romaine. After multiple meetings between government officials and traffic engineers, the Ashland Board of Aldermen unanimously voted to move forward with the 2021 roundabout project at Henry Clay and Broadway/Route M intersection. The vote, on Tuesday,
Friday’s night’s Class 3 District 7 semifinal game between Southern Boone and Center (Kansas City) was full of ups and downs. In a physical matchup of two tough teams that traded momentum and scores, the game ended in a 33-32 loss for the Eagles. “It was the district semi-final but it had the feeling
Four Southern Boone volleyball players were recognized with District and Conference honors this season. Senior Brooklyn Marrs was selected first team All-District. Senior Sydney Mattas and Junior Jo Scheer were named to the second team All-District. Marrs was also selected first team All-Conference. Mattas earned second team All-Conference honors and Junior Alyssa Crum received Conference
Saturday was one of those picturesque college football days in the South. Bulldog and Tiger fans filled Georgia’s campus in Athens for pregame tailgating and revelry amongst the fall colors and old buildings. Sanford Stadium had a hot crowd for a game under the lights in one of the SEC’s classic venues, “Between the Hedges.”