The SoBoCo Eagles have only played three baseball games this spring – but they have won all three. Nearly as important, they have come to realize that they have a lethal one-two punch on the pitching mound and, when they play their best defense, they will rarely beat themselves. That makes it very tough to
The SoBoCo Eagles girls soccer team go back on the winning track on Monday by going on the road and defeating Belle by a 4-1 score. Senior forward Kate Ponder scored all four goals for the Eagles. The Eagles defense held Belle scoreless until near the end of the first half, however, SoBoCo controlled the
Awards at this past weekend’s YMCA wrestling banquet above, include: Front row, from left: Walker Crane 8U Most Improved; Bowen Bartow Rookie of the Year Award; and Weston Wilmoth 6U Most Improved. Back row, from left: Xander Zimmmerman 14U Most Improv; Hunter Jennings 12U Most Improved; Noah Rice 10U Most Improved; and Cole Eppy Eagle
The Southern Boone High School Quiz Bowl team has had a lot of success this spring and has qualified for the National Championship Tournament in Atlanta. To raise money to attend the tournament, the Quiz Bowl team will host a Trivia Night on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m. at the High School Commons. A
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Garden Tilling & Small Tractor Work Please call: 573-489-0928 Library Part-Time Southern Boone County Public Library has 2 part-time Library Associate Floater positions available. Position A is every Saturday 8:30-3 and Position B is Wednesday 5-7 and every other Saturday 8:30-3. Please visit our website at HYPERLINK “http://www.dbrl.org/employment” www.dbrl.org/employment for more information. An application is
Two weeks ago, I implored local citizens and Journal readers to vote for the Southern Boone School District’s no-tax-increase bond issue to raise funds for the purpose of improving facilities at three of our four campuses. As you can imagine, I was both relieved and proud that the measure passed. To those 869 people who
I kicked off my delightful weekend this past Friday evening with a couple of hours of high school baseball. There is nothing like a warm spring evening at the ballpark, watching the Eagles win an exciting, fast-paced high school game – and let me tell you, this was nothing like that. Oh, sure, the Eagles
Roberta Gardner, 95, of Columbia, Missouri passed away Thursday, April 5, 2018. Funeral service will be at 3 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at Memorial Funeral Home 1217 Business loop 70 West Columbia with visitation from 2-3 p.m. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. On February 3, 1946, she married John W. Gardner, in
Danny Ray Sapp, 57, of Columbia, Missouri passed away Sunday March 25, 2018. Memorial Services will be 4 p.m., Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Elks Lodge 594 in Columbia; friends may gather from 2-4 p.m. at the Lodge. Danny was born April 21, 1960 in St. Charles, Missouri to Melvin G. and Beverly L.