He told the judge he wanted to plead guilty, but Cory Hamilton’s body language said otherwise.
There was no last-second, game-winning shot for Zayne Gale and his Spokane teammates Thursday at the Marionville Tournament. Matter of fact, there were no field goals at all for the Owls in the fourth quarter.
A movie made right here in the Ozarks is ready for viewing on Amazon Prime. The 80-minute movie, titled “Heaven Won’t Wait” spent roughly 29,500 minutes streamed by customers in its first month and a half. It’s been streaming since Sept. 4 on the paid subscription service.
Nominations are being accepted for the January 2020 election of Christian County University of Missouri Extension Council members, according to Council Chairman Josh Bird.
UPDATE (2:07 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27): All lanes of U.S. Highway 65 in Christian County are now open. The northbound lane closure lasted approximately 27 minutes, according to the Christian County Emergency Management Agency.
Beginning this month, prospective jurors in Christian County will be able to complete their juror qualification information online, as the Christian County Circuit Court implements the new Show-Me Jury system.
Among the more intriguing options Spokane coach Kyle Johnson will be able to turn to, with a roster he feels may be 12-deep, is a front line featuring Zayne Gale, Jacob Wiggins and JD Tate.
A limited number of grants are available to replace failing septic systems in the Crane Creek and Lower James River watersheds. The amount of the grant is determined by household income, with the greater amount going to lower income homeowners. The range of grant percentage is 50 percent up …
Nixa’s Alicen Ashley broke into the 18-minute range for the third time this season en route to a 15th-place finish at the Class 4 State Cross Country Championships in Columbia on Saturday.
Spokane’s Sam Shuman showed off the dramatic improvement he’s made over the past two years, while capturing first at the Class 2 District 6 Meet at Lamar on Saturday.