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Palmyra School Board sets May 31 as final day of 2018-19 school year  Herald-Whig

The Palmyra R-1 School Board has adjusted the school calendar for the rest of this academic year to account for days missed because of snow, cold and icy ...



Jones fulfills promise in victory at Palmyra  Herald-Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Dezi Jones had a promise to his Hannibal teammates before Tuesday's game against Palmyra. "I told them I was going to dunk today," he said ...



BLP Gift Show expected to attract big crowd next weekend in Palmyra  Herald-Whig

One of Palmyra's biggest annual events, the BLP Gift Show, will be offered for the 46th time from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. next Saturday at Palmyra High School.



Databurst From The 501st: 13th – 19th February 2019  Fantha Tracks

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Palmyra celebrates Class of 2018 graduation; delivers 76 diplomas  Hannibal.net

Palmyra High School's 2018 graduates exhibited a mixture of emotions through hugs, wide smiles and tears during commencement exercises Thursday, May 24 ...



Palmyra's 28th annual Truck Rally expected to draw a crowd  Herald-Whig

More than 70 vehicles used by businesses and industries will be featured at the 28th annual Truck Rally from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, in the Palmyra High ...



Holiday Gift Show set for Palmyra High School  Herald-Whig

Palmyra High School will be bustling with activity from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday as the BLP Holiday Gift Show helps usher in the Christmas shopping season.



Palmyra High School librarian strives to turn kids on to good books  Herald-Whig

Palmyra High School librarian Stacey Conrad serves on a nine-member state committee that reads, reviews and nominates young adult books for the Gateway ...



Palmyra reaching state tournament just two years into program's existence  Herald-Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Palmyra High School didn't even offer a wrestling program two years ago. Now four grapplers will be making the trip this weekend to the Class ...



Palmyra Tournament Semifinal Dates and Times Moved Due to Impending Winter Storms. January 16, 2019 at 4:30AM Central Standard Time.  Nemonews.net

By David Sharp. Semifinal contests from the 76th Annual Tony Lenzini Basketball Tournament at Palmyra, originally scheduled for January 14-19, 2019 have ...



Palmyra group begins offering monthly Quarter Madness events  Herald-Whig

Palmyra has joined a growing number of communities in offering a new recreational outlet with a philanthropic purpose. It's called Quarter Madness.



Hannibal Career and Technical Center launches new cosmetology program  Herald-Whig

A new cosmetology program is being taught five days at week at the Hannibal Career and Technical Center, which serves students from seven nearby high ...



Special Olympics event allows nearly 100 students to compete in Hannibal  Herald-Whig

Porter Stadium at Hannibal High School was filled with hundreds of athletes and volunteers Tuesday as the Hannibal School District hosted Special Olympics of ...



Palmyra teacher runs from Palmyra to Hannibal, raising money for Wounded Warrior Project  Herald-Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Bruce Farabee kept his feet moving and his arms swinging once school was dismissed Tuesday. The Palmyra High School Spanish teacher ...



Missouri Rural Electric Cooperatives 82nd annual meeting marks milestones  Hannibal.net

Missouri Rural Electric Cooperative's (MREC's) 82nd Annual Meeting was held Saturday morning, Aug. 18, at the Palmyra High School Gymnasium.



Palmyra alum, teacher now ready to take over as PHS principal  Quincy Herald Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Jared Pontius said he's excited, though a little anxious, to take the helm of his alma mater this summer. The Palmyra High School alumnus and ...



Palmyra School District looking at adopting one-to-one technology initiative  Quincy Herald Whig

The Palmyra R-1 School District is exploring the possibility a one-to-one technology initiative that would provide each of the district's 1100 students with a ...



Motivational speaker makes surprise return to Palmyra High School  Quincy Herald Whig

Palmyra High School gets a surprise revisit from Mike Donahue, a Nebraska-based motivational speaker who spoke to students about bullying and substance ...



79 students graduate at Palmyra High School  Hannibal Courier

Lukas Crabill was the first student from Palmyra High School to earn an Associate of Arts degree through the concurrent program with Hannibal LaGrange ...



Miss Hannibal Outstanding Teen wins prelim award  Hannibal.net

Miss Hannibal's Outstanding Teen Rylee Ingram of Palmyra was the rookie winner of the crown group at the preliminary round of the Miss Missouri Outstanding ...



NEMO girls ready to vie for Miss Missouris Outstanding Teen  Hannibal.net

With only one week until the start of the 2018 pageants for Miss Missouri and Miss Missouri's Outstanding Teen, preparations are in full swing. The pageant is in ...



Obituary: Charlotte Sue Goldinger, 67, of Palmyra, Mo.  Hannibal.net

Charlotte Sue Goldinger, 67, of Palmyra, Mo., passed away Thursday, April 14, 2016, at home with her husband by her side. She fought a courageous battle with ...



Former Palmyra teacher pleads guilty to reduced charge; sentenced to five years in prison  Quincy Herald Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. — Former Palmyra High School teacher Randall Shepard, accused of having sex with a student, pleaded guilty Wednesday morning at the ...



Marion County Fair slated for July 30 through Aug. 6 in Palmyra  Herald-Whig

Patrons attending the Marion County Fair July 30 through Aug 6 may be doing less walking this year because a new 11-acre parking lot has been created next ...



Dozens of children will benefit from Adopt-a-Child program  Herald-Whig

At least 60 children in the Palmyra and Philadelphia areas will have a happier holiday season thanks to the Adopt-a-Child program.



Palmyra students donate hair in memory of third-grade boy lost to cancer  Quincy Herald Whig

Ella Goldinger had one of her best friends on her mind as she held eight inches of her own hair in her hand. Palmyra Elementary School lost third grader JC ...



Monroe City wins first district title in 22 years  Herald-Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- It took 22 years, but the Monroe City boys basketball team can finally call itself a district champion again. Monroe City had four players score in ...



Meet the candidates: 2 running for mayor of Palmyra  Hannibal.net

Voters in Palmyra will select a mayor in the April 4 election. Challenger Clay Thornburg is running against incumbent Loren Graham.



Former pro baseball player stresses work ethic in visit to Palmyra  Hannibal Courier

My talent was marginal, but my enthusiasm was more,” said Palmyra native Terry Bogener, a former major league baseball player.



Prep football: Led by first-year coach Cox, McDonell back on field after no season in 2017  Leader-Telegram

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Despite it being high noon and the temperatures creeping past 85 degrees with nary a cloud in sight, the goosebumps on Noah Weimert's ...



Palmyra girls tennis trumps Hannibal  Hannibal Courier

The memory of Wednesday's 8-2 loss to her Quincy High School foe stuck in Tori Maples' mind. So she replaced it with an older one: how to defeat Caitlyn ...



Smysers named Citizens of the Year at Palmyra Chamber of Commerce banquet  Quincy Herald Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Randy and Norma Smyser were named Citizens of the Year at the Palmyra Chamber of Commerce's annual awards banquet Thursday night.



Former Palmyra teacher facing sex charges pleads not guilty, accused of evidence tampering  Quincy Herald Whig

Randall "Randy" Shepard, the former Palmyra High School teacher accused of having sex with a student, made his first appearance in Marion County circuit ...



PHOTO & VIDEO FEATURE: Palmyra High School the setting of mock bus crash  Quincy Herald Whig

Law enforcement and first responders came together on Tuesday for a mock training exercise at Palmyra High School.



Palmyra Board of Public Works projects reflect citys growth  Hannibal.net

Palmyra is in the midst of a growth spurt, and the Board of Public Works has been busy with projects that boost efficiency and reliability for residents and ...



Canton student named runner-up in poetry recitation contest  Herald-Whig

Hannibal High School sophomore Claudia Nichols enjoys writing and reading poetry, so when she had the chance to participate for the first time in her school's ...



Palmyra football looking to make state-ment in Class 2 semifinal  Hannibal.net

When discussing his team's Class 2 state semifinal game against Malden, Palmyra head football coach Kevin Miles used another sport's terminology.



Local students elected to FCCLA regional positions  Hannibal.net

Two local high school students achieved recognition when their peers voted them to regional position in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ...



Wilson to become HOMEBANK president  Hannibal.net

When Josh Wilson graduated from Palmyra High School, he received a scholarship from the Bank of Palmyra (now HOMEBANK of Palmyra). Now, 20 years later ...



Unity basketball night to 'Stomp Out Cancer'  Herald-Whig

The Unity Mustangs will be looking to stomp out cancer when they visit Palmyra High School in Palmyra, Mo., for upcoming boys and girls basketball matchups.



Gracie Bross crowned Miss Marion County  Hannibal.net

Three new Marion County queens wore their crowns home from the Marion County Fair in Palmyra on Saturday, July 29.



Five area football players sign national letters of intent to play in college  Hannibal.net

After countless letters, phone calls and campus visits, five Hannibal-area football players have signed their names on the dotted line to play collegiate ball this ...



Bevans' big bucket kickstarts fourth-quarter run for Clark County  Herald-Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- When Macon's Megan Cashalt nailed a 3-pointer to tie the game at 30 with a little more than seven minutes remaining in the game, the Clark ...



Barbershop Duet: Palmyra, Mo., pair have been luring customers back with wit and good cheer since 1967  Quincy Herald Whig

The Wiesemann & Suter Barber Shop is a throwback to the days when barbershops could be found in nearly every city and village. These convivial gathering ...



Destiny Reed winding up her yearlong reign as Missouri State Fair Queen  Herald-Whig

It's been a whirlwind 12 months for Palmyra's Destiny Reed, who is finishing her yearlong reign as the 2015 Missouri State Fair Queen.



Marion County gives Ellison first head coaching position  Quincy Herald Whig

Marion County gives Ellison first head coaching position.



2015 Fall Sports Preview: Palmyra boys, girls cross country tackling challenges  Hannibal Courier

A year after becoming one of Palmyra High School cross country's first two male state qualifiers, senior Riley Fee has his sights set on a much larger goal this fall ...



Employee, consumer reactions mixed over Missouri minimum wage increase  Herald-Whig

Twenty-year-old Sam Taylor learned the hard way that earning only minimum wage wasn't enough to pay all her bills. "It's tough. I worked a minimum wage job ...



Bradley -- Everding  Herald-Whig

The engagement of Sarah Elaine Bradley and Stephen Robert Everding has been announced by her parents, David and Elizabeth Bradley of Palmyra, Mo.



Famed barrel racing athlete holds local training clinic  Herald-Whig

Competitive barrel racer Lauryn Wear has always looked up to Fallon Taylor, a professional barrel racer and influential athlete in the sport.



Football Coach of the Year: Miles finds perfect setting for success right here at home  Quincy Herald Whig

PALMYRA, Mo. -- A factory job wasn't how Kevin Miles wanted to make a living the rest of his life, but working the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift at Diemakers, Inc. paid ...



4-H'ers, FFA'ers bring showmanship skills to the Marion County Fair  Herald-Whig

Goats, sheep, poultry, rabbits, hogs and dogs -- and their keepers -- were the stars of the show Wednesday at the Marion County Fair.



Prep Football Roundup: Mark Twain, Palmyra advance to respective district tournament finals  Hannibal.net

Hours before his Mark Twain Tigers took on Monroe City on Friday in Center, MTHS junior wide receiver Brady Hooley updated his status on Facebook.



Ridout twins bring shooting skills to Mizzou Trap Academy  Columbia Daily Tribune

At the Prairie Grove Shotgun Sports range Thursday, twins Sara and Eme Ridout did something they've never done before: they were both fitted with ...



Palmyra girls basketball survives scare from Clark County  Hannibal.net

Palmyra's best answer for stingy Clark County may have been it's unlikeliest. Eight straight points from freshman Audrey Fohey helped the Palmyra High School ...



Gym rats: Palmyra's Butlers share deep love for basketball  Quincy Herald Whig

As much as Palmyra coach Matt Thomas is pleased with Brock Butler's on-court production, he's just as impressed with his interest in basketball when he's not ...



Northwest to have diverse 2016 recruiting class | West by Northwest  News-Press Now

There are no borders when it comes to Northwest Missouri State recruiting talent in 2016. A scan of the players who have committed via Twitter so far shows five ...



Breaking News, Newspaper, Sports, Advertising, Classifieds, Weather, Travel, Health, Entertainment in Missouri, MO  Bowling Green Times

With the Bobcats already trailing by two runs, Dylan Huber came to the mound to give his team a chance to tie the game or to take a lead. Despite Huber's best ...



Gov. Nixon cuts ribbon at new Ursa Farmers Cooperative elevator in Canton  Quincy Herald Whig

CANTON, Mo. -- A large crowd turned out in a light rain Friday morning to watch Gov. Jay Nixon cut the ribbon for a new multimillion-dollar grain elevator being ...



Obituary: Bobbie Ann Harbourn, 20, of Hannibal, Mo.  Hannibal.net

Bobbie Ann Harbourn, 20, of Hannibal, Mo., died at 1:50 p.m. on Monday, May 30, 2016, at Blessing Hospital, in Quincy, Ill.



2 Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B officers receive promotions  Hannibal.net

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announced the following Troop B promotions effective Tuesday, Nov. 1.



New troopers assigned to Troop A | Local  The Daily Star-Journal

Lee's Summit – Capt. Scott Shipers, commanding officer of Troop A, Lee's Summit, announced the assignment of three new troopers to Troop A.



Prep Football: McDonell returning to varsity play this fall, announces Cox as new head coach  Chippewa Herald

The McDonell football team will return to the gridiron this fall after a season away.



BILLY RAY “BILL” STAUFFER  Nemonews.net

Bill Stauffer age 75, passed away Monday, October 2, 2017 at his home in Edina, Missouri. Bill was born June, 25, 1942 in Quincy, Illinois, to Sylber Ray “Shorty” ...



24th Annual Parade of Champions to be October 10  Nemonews.net

Marching band fans will have a chance to see over twenty-one bands in action at the 24th Annual Parade of Champions parade and field show competition at ...



2014 Harrow Sports/NFHCA All-American teams, final Top 20 high school field hockey rankings released  PennLive.com

Both the final Top 20 national rankings from MAXFieldHockey.com and the 2014 Harrow Sports/National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School ...



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