The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages Missourians to make a splash this summer by getting outdoors and frogging. Frogging season begins June 30 at sunset and runs through Oct. 31. Those with a fishing permit or small-game hunting permit may frog for bullfrogs and green frogs, though bullfrogs are more popular because of their
The Campus Barbershop Bombers U7 baseball team completed a perfect 10-0 season. The team competed in the Columbia Diamond Council machine pitch league. The Bombers include 15 Southern Boone second grade boys. The team significantly improved throughout the season and developed strong fundamentals of the game. The team posted runs in the double digits in
The St. Louis Blues have won the National Hockey League Championship, their first in their fifty-two year history as a team. Considering that this winter the Blues were ranked last in the league in points, the accomplishment was even sweeter after defeating the Bruins 4-1 on Boston turf in Game 7. The Blues returned to
Renewing Missouri hunting, fishing, and trapping permits is now easier and more convenient through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) new online Permit Auto-Renewal service. Permit Auto-Renewal allows online permit buyers to automatically renew their permits prior to the start of the next season or permit year so they never have an expired permit when
LEAD SPORTS PHOTO: Ashland local and SoBoCo 2010 graduate Cameron Jones tops the podium with his national win at Virginia International Raceway. It was not only the first MotoAmerica victory for Jones, but also the first MotoAmerica victory, in any class, for Honda. LEAD SPORTS STORY: Eagles named to All State The 2019 Girls Class 2
Eagles Softball Camp was held last week with a final day of batting at eggs, water balloons and slip-sliding fun.
The Southern Boone County girls soccer team record-breaking season was cut short in the second round of sectionals. After a close 2-1 win over St. Charles West on May 18 to advance to the Elite Eight round in the Class 2 State Championship, the Eagles dropped a tough game to Visitation Academy on Thursday. Head
After the state track meet was rescheduled due to the tornado in Jefferson City, the Southern Boone County track team earned a number of Top 10 finishes. Dani Post won fourth place in Javelin with a throw of 130 feet 1 inch. That throw was good enough to set a school record and give Post
Lead Sports Photo: The SoBoCo Eagles girls 4×400 relay team will compete in the preliminary race on Friday in Jefferson City. If they place, team members, above, from left: Gabi Bruce, Grace LeCure, Sayde Taggart and Cassey Poole will run in the state meet this Saturday at 4:15 p.m. UPDATE: Due to severe tornado damage
The Southern Boone County girls soccer team played so hard in their sectional matchup against St. Charles West Saturday, they ran through right out of their shoes. Senior midfielder Sarah Johnson moved toward the sideline not long before halftime of the Class 2 sectional game. She was visibly limping, but not because she was hurt.