The Weston branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library system became a part of history on Thursday, Nov. 8. Library officials and Weston residents showed up at the remodeled library for a ribbon cutting ceremony on a sunny and frigid morning.
Dubbed the “store to explore,” Riverside’s Red X just celebrated its 70th birthday and after surviving both fire and flood in its colorful history shows no signs of slowing down.
More than 40 years after the Vietnam War, retired Major Reuben H. Siverling wanted to give his former troops a chance to recall their stories from action.
Officer Robert Knapp retired in September from active duty after 21 years in the military and officially joined the Platte County Police Department as one of two new officers.
The former Wells Bank building in downtown Platte City will get a new lease on life. The bank issued a press release this week announcing the donation of the former main bank building located at Third and Main to The Farmer’s House.
Platte County High School students crammed into the gymnasium on Monday, Nov. 12 to hear retired Lt. Col. Jasper ‘Jak’ Pennington talk military life.
ST. PETERS, Mo. — Alec Enyeart had the hair cut of an old man, while Isaac Lee needed a walker to help him leave from the MSHSAA Class 1 swimming and diving championships held at the St. Peters Rec-Plex on Saturday, Nov. 10.
The belief didn’t seem to extend far outside of the inner circle when the season began.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The Park University volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday afternoon in a five-set thriller to Columbia College in the American Midwest Conference tournament title game at Breckon Sports Center.
Platte County’s Alex Beall continues to add to his banner swim team season.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In less than five months, Lelise MeKinnon transformed from a transfer student that no one knew much about to a state qualifier for Park Hill.
WELLINGTON, Mo. — Giving up three unanswered scores became too big a hurdle for North Platte to overcome on Friday, Nov. 2. Playing Wellington-Napoleon in a Class 1 District 7 semifinal game, the North Platte Panthers were right with the Wellington-Napoleon Tigers until late in the first quarter, but the home team surged ahead late in the quarter and pulled away with a 46-30 victory at Bodenhamer Field.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Park Hill South had the top finishers in the boys and girls Class 4 cross country championship races held on Saturday, Nov. 3.
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