Lutie school staff selected the September students of the month based on how their actions and character reflected respect, which was the word of the month. From left, Ethan Miller, Timothy Henderson, Elena Robles and Viola Jones.
Lutie School administrators recently announced the names of students earning a spot on the first quarter honor and merit rolls.   Honor Roll Kindergarten: Aubree Amos, Xander Atkinson, Kolton Bauer, Kaylie Bias, Skyler Clark, Brystal Johnson, Liam Johnson, Alyss Jones, Avery Jones, Kylie McCullough...

Masons present gift to Thornfield School
Members of Sampson Masonic Lodge #298 in Theodosia on Oct. 23 presented a $400 Masonic Home of Missouri check to Thornfield School superintendent Mike Wallace to help fund the school’s backpack program, which provides food for students who qualify for the supplementary support. The Masonic Home of...
The Gainesville Marching Bulldogs band has earned honors in its recent appearances this fall. In the USBands Southwest Missouri Regional Competition Oct. 14, it earned first place in Group 1 in the preliminaries and also was awarded best in Group 1 in overall effect, music, visual, color guard and...

Aspyn Britt
Ganesville High School cross country runners who medaled at the Summit Conference meet in Conway on Oct. 23 were, from left, Ben Pointer, sixth with a time of 20:02; Aspyn Britt, first with 22:09; and Javy Rosa, third with a time of 19:29. The runners went on to compete at the Class 2 District 5...

Isaac Haney
Dora cross country runner Isaac Haney took fifth place at the Class 1 District 3 meet held at Willow Springs on Oct. 28, which qualified him to compete at the Class 1 state meet set for Saturday, Nov. 4, in Jefferson City.

Eli Morpeth
Lutie cross country runner Eli Morpeth placed 11th Oct. 28 at the Class 1 District 3 meet in WIllow Springs and will go on to compete at the state meet set for Nov. 4 in Jefferson City.

Photo by Amy Ingalsbe
At the Oct. 28, Class 1 District 3 meet held at Willow Springs, Bakersfield’s boys and girls cross country teams qualified to compete in the Class 1 state meet set for Saturday, Nov. 4, in Jefferson City. Team members who medaled at districts were, from left, Brevin Bales, who placed 15th with a...

Members of the Ozark County Times Bulldogs team are, from left, (front row) Trey Pendergrass, Walker House, Isaac Pippin, Derek Winrod, Ryder Murphy; (second row) Dominic Buswell, Albert Latham, Hugh Waters, Tyler Conkey, Logan Hillhouse, Austin Pecina, Payton Hathcock; (third row) Alex Van Meter, Marcus Winrod, Andrew Hambelton, Garret Taber, Maddox Wynn, Jarrett Hogan, Dylan Woodward, Nathan Kiger; (back row) coaches Brian Hambelton, David Murphy and Jerry Kiger. Photo by Karla Smith.
The Ozark County Times Bulldogs (grades five and six) defeated the Buckeyes 26-0 Saturday in Mountain Home, Arkansas.  The team, seeded third, plays in the Ozark Football Association league tournament Saturday, Oct. 28. The one-day tournament will determine the OFA league champions. The OCT...

Summit Conference champs - Gainesville Junior High’s Lady Bulldogs were named Summit Conference champions Tuesday, Oct. 17, when they beat Hartville 31-29 in the overtime battle against the Lady Eagles. Members of the team are, from left, (front) Victoria St. Pierre, Debra Winrod, Hannah Evans, Gwendolyn Broderick, Hallee Donley; (back row) coach Lance West, Jenna Uchtman, Brianna Curtis, Bretlyn Kastning, Brooklyn Bushong, Sailor Anderson and Jessee Latham. Photo by Karla Smith.
Gainesville’s dual wins over Hartville Tuesday, Oct. 17, earned Summit Conference championship titles for the both the boys and the girls junior high basketball teams.    Gainesville boys The Gainesville boys avenged their only loss of the year prior to the tournament when they defeated Hartville...


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