Annika Herbert and Kate Hillyer of Eureka each scored their 1000th career point during the game in a 67-50 win against Parkway West.
Three days into the tournament Hillsboro won 50-39 against Arcadia Valley, Festus lost 51-43 to North County and Jefferson lost 90-49 to South Iron.
Almost 1,000 people attended the ceremony, with a performance by the De Soto High School Choir, a story reading by Santa Claus and more.
About 225 people attended the dinner, held at Jefferson College in Hillsboro. Proceeds go to the college foundation.
The Oscar Wilde classic comedy, "The Importance of Being Earnest," was subtitled by its author as "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People," but even if you're not so serious, you'll enjoy the Festus Theater Department's presentation of this farce.
The Dittmer-based organization is celebrating five years of providing non-electronic entertainment options for kids.
The Herculaneum High School Marching Band closed out its 2019 regular season Friday (Oct. 18) at Dugan Memorial Field with a halftime show featuring selections from the hit-laden catalog of Stevie Wonder. The band also saw 11 of its senior members saluted at halftime.
The last regular-season home football game of the season -- the Festus High Homecoming game on Friday (Oct. 11) -- was a bone-chiller, as temperatures dipped into the low 40s for the first time this season. Suddenly uniforms that were too hot in mid-August didn't provide quite enough insulat…
More than 1,000 people attended the event at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Hillsboro. The Horse Show has been held since 1946 but this was the first time a festival was part of the event.
The Festus High School Marching Tigers band took a road trip over the weekend, traveling to Cape Girardeau to take part in a Mass Band Day with the Southeast Marching Band of Southeast Missouri State University. The Tigers were joined by high school bands from Sikeston and Perryville, making…
After their season opener was postponed by storms, the Festus High School Marching Tigers band had to wait three long weeks to make their season debut before the fans at Tiger Stadium. The Marching Tigers made all their practice pay off on Friday (Sept. 27), with a scintillating performance …
Rescheduled from a June rainout, the annual event, held at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds and organized by the Hillsboro Community Civic Club, attracted a large crowd and positive comments on social media.