Charlie Day recounts formation of fire board, county fair, water district
The Lincoln County Extension Council recently awarded seven scholarships to area students.
TROY - When the COVID-19 pandemic halted many services, the Lincoln County Council on Aging (LCCOA) was the only “meals on wheels” program to continue home delivery.
Lincoln County Right Life celebrated Mother’s Day this year by presenting a very special mother, Mary Klein (103) with a bouquet of flowers. Mary (Diehl) Klein was born Oct.21, 1919 in Raymer, Colorado. She has 4 children, 15 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. She resides at Elsber…
Black polyester gowns and black square caps. Who would wear such peculiar attire?
ELSBERRY - The Class of 2023 at Elsberry High School finished off their week-long celebration with commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon in the Clark Cox Gymnasium.
TROY - While a 114 New Horizon students received a diploma Friday , they also received a new start at life at commencement ceremonies at the Hungate Performing Arts Center.
‘Change into better’
Thousands of expired temporary tags represent millions in delinquent tax payments under current system
SILEX – Congratulations to our May Students of the Month! Pictured L to R: Bryan Casey, 6th grade; Hunter Hall, 7th grade; Rylan Hallemeyer, 8th grade; Chase Mullen, 9th grade; J.W. Noxon, 10th grade; Hayley Gruenewald, 11th grade; Mr. Chris Gray, Middle/High School Principal. Not pictured i…
The Lincoln County Master Gardeners recently announced the winners of their 2023 scholarships.
The Elsberry Community Growth Association held a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, May 13, to recognize some new Elsberry businesses revitalizing the downtown area. The south side of Broadway Street that runs through the middle of town, has welcomed four new businesses and new ownership o…
Severe weather holds off, as Winfield's Class of 2023 gets their diplomas in outdoor ceremony
TROY – On April 27, French students had the opportunity to test out their French with visitors from France face-to-face. Lincoln County Circuit Judge Mike Jacobs brought his very own French penpal, Vincent Favier, and his wife Stephanie, who are from the Toulouse area of France, to chat with…
Silex – Student Council would like to congratulate Mr. Chris Gray & Mrs. Heather Miller for being selected as May Staff & Teacher of the Month! Presenting the awards are Student Council members, Tyler & Abagail.
SILEX – Lincoln County R-I would like to congratulate its March Students of the Month.
PELLA, Iowa - Central College’s 23rd-annual Scholarship Dinner April 20 honored donors, students and families who were seated together to share a meal, conversation and program.
Governor Parson Announces Launch of Mobile App for Schools to Rapidly Alert Responders and School Staff to Emergencies
ELSBERRY - The Elsberry Ministerial Alliance, along with community elders and deacons, are planning a Community Tent Revival on June 2, 3 and 4.
HAWK POINT - The parishioners of St. Mary’s Parish in Hawk Point were honored to have His Excellency, Archbishop Rozanski solemnize the confirmation of its celebrants, on April 28.
District is one of 169 in state to receive funding from new grant program announced by Parson
LINCOLN COUNTY - Lincoln County Soil & Water Conservation District is proud to announce the winners of the annual Poster Contest.
MARTIN, Tenn. – The University of Tennessee at Martin held its annual Honors Day Ceremony on April 16 to recognize students who excel as scholars and leaders.
Old Monroe’s Parr and Walter members of team
Commencement ceremonies for county’s five high schools throughout May vary in location, size and flavor
Troy’s Boyer raises money for local charity benefiting law enforcement in boxing match
TROY – On a Sunday afternoon, Troy Police officer Dylan Schneiderjohn was requested to report to City Hall for a “peaceful protest.”
Kindness can have a big impact.
District parents have input on boundary; final decision to made by board at May meeting
LINCOLN COUNTY - For the past five years, Heart of Missouri, MO6, Blues Star Moms have been active in Lincoln County.
Silex high school seniors announce and celebrate post-graduation plans at inaugural “Decision Day” event
Silex administrators, teachers, staff and fellow classmates encourage all students to create strong plan for life after high school
Six local high school students will be attending this year’s National Youth Tour Conference in Washington, D.C. this summer.
LINCOLN COUNTY – A state education agency recently released a report card, grading public and private schools, and Elsberry received the highest marks among Lincoln County schools.
TROY – For years, Lincoln County didn’t have a meeting place for its veterans to congregate and enhance their lives.
LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln County Journal recently held an Easter Coloring Contest.
TROY – A procession of law enforcement shut down Main Street in downtown Troy, as Christians of all walks of life marched in the annual “Way of the Cross” event April 7. The ecumenical Good Friday celebration chronicles the walk Jesus Christ made on the way to his crucifixion, with readings …
JEFFERSON CITY - A wide-ranging education bill cleared the Missouri House this week that includes a boost to minimum teacher salaries from $25,000 to $38,000.
LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln/Pike Counties Women in Agriculture will be hosting their first event since their Amish Bus tour in 2019 (since COVID).
Lincoln County – The Lincoln County Kickers Dance Club recently made a pair of donations to local organizations.
Henebry Farms LLC, Troy, Missouri, is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Missouri.
FOLEY – Asbury Methodist Church’s volleyball league has had another successful year of fun and fellowship with other churches in the area.
Ian Henebry, Troy, Missouri, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association®, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Missouri.
St. Louis, MO – The St. Louis Press Club is seeking qualified, highly-motivated journalism and communications students to apply for college scholarships for the 2023 school year. The application deadline is May 26, 2023.
The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is inviting people to focus meetings as part of an effort to upgrade programs and add new services.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO, – Join Cuivre River State Park team members for Camp Sherwood Beautification Day on April 8. Volunteers will help prepare the camp for incoming summer guests.
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Hawk Point – In October of last year, Hawk Point Elementary became an Apple Distinguished School, gaining the ability to leverage technology with the integration of Apple products to engage engagement in the classroom.
St. Charles - Olivia Howard, choir director at Francis Howell Middle School, was selected as the 2022-23 District Teacher of the Year for the Francis Howell School District.
Jefferson City – On March 11, three of the robotics teams from TBHS attended the Missouri VEX Robotics High School Championship held at Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Conservation will offer 400 permits for the taking of a maximum of 40 black bears during the 2023 Missouri black-bear hunting season this fall, Oct. 16-25.
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