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,
Eagles Soccer Advances After District Win Eagles soccer secured their 10thstraight district championship and their 11thin 13 years after defeating Boonville 5-0 on Wednesday. That’s the longest current streak in Missouri boys soccer. Rece Gilmore scored first just 3:15 into the match off an assist from Sam Bonderer giving the Eagles a quick lead. “Rece’s
Thumb through the scrapbook of old newspaper clippings, and it’s easy to see why Dave Gill is held in such high regard in the mid-Missouri community of Ashland. “1981 State Champions” screams one headline below a worn photo of a softball team. Stretched across the top of another sports page, a headline reads “Gill retires
The Southern Boone County school board is constantly looking forward on improvements and construction to the Southern Boone County school district. “Both the 2018 and 2019 construction budgets show a significant fund balances. This is primarily due to the fact the district locked in construing cost that were under budget,” said Superintendent Chris Felmlee. The
All veterans eat free from 6am to 9am on Monday, November 11, 2019 at the Ashland Optimist Club. 511 Optimist Drive Ashland, Mo., 65010
hunderous cough. The pounding headache. The full-body fatigue. It’s the flu. Last fall and winter, influenza sickened roughly 40 million Americans and killed 60,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This year’s flu season is nearly upon us. Here are four tips to stay healthy. 1. An ounce of prevention is worth
U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.), Catherine Cortez Masto (Nev.), Josh Hawley (Mo.), and Chris Coons (Del.) last week introduced a bill to track law enforcement suicides. The Law Enforcement Suicide Data Collection Act requires the FBI to collect voluntary, anonymous data on police suicides and attempted suicides from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.