Trevor Anthony, a graduating senior at Elsberry High School, has been named one of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Members of the Senior Resource Group presenting a check to Jennifer Harris of the Health Department. The initial check was for $100, but an additional $20 came in right as the group was getting ready to make the presentation. Photo courtesy of Lincoln County Senior Resource Group
St. Charles Community College/Adult Education & Literacy Department offers free High School Equivalency (HSE) and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) preparation classes. Twice weekly regular classes begin upon completion of a two-session registration process. You must attend entire sessio…
On Dec. 29, the student ministry from St. Stephen United Methodist Church in Troy braved the frigid temperatures to help the Lincoln County Resource Board advance construction efforts. LCRB Executive Director Cheri Winchester said the picture demonstrates one of the “beautiful aspects of the…
Madison Kuntz, Sara Grateke, Maddie Hall, and Lexee James pose for a picture at the Silex FFA Christmas Party. Photo Courtesy of Silex FFA
Members of the Lincoln County Fire Protection District and American Red Cross volunteers gather at the Fountain ‘N Lakes Village Hall before heading out to install smoke detectors. Photo by Pat Reid/LCFPD
Wanda Goodin’s cookie house. The 14 ½-inch tall and 13-inch long house has vanilla wafers for the roof, fudge stick cookies for the walls, and two fig newtons for the door. A mirror with frosting on it acts like a frozen pond. Photo submitted by Sasha Gardner
Members of local Girl Scout Troops and other community organizations came to help fill bags for the homebound.
The Elsberry community along with many others helped raise $12,000 for the annual “Orange Our The Night” event held on Thursday. The money raised were given to Tiffani Rockwell-Fomera to help with her battle against brain cancer. Photo by Elsberry Democrat
Mayor Ryan Ruckel (left) and ninth-grader Kei Winzerl (right) attach a banner supporting Diabetes Awareness Month to the flagpole in front of Winfield City Hall. Photo by Dan Fox
Troy Buchanan High School students heard from engineering leaders and individuals in the Advanced Manufacturing Technician program during an October tour at Toyota Bodine. More than 50 students from the Lincoln County R-III and Silex R-I School Districts participated in the event. Photo subm…