It’s a bright bit of hope in an otherwise trying time.
Much like each of you, we have been monitoring and staying informed on important updates related to the spread of COVID-19 in our community. During a news conference yesterday, city and county officials of Greene County announced a “stay at home” order beginning March 26, that will last for …
Sparta guard Laney Humble and Spokane center Paige Tate have been chosen SWCL First-Team selections in voting by the league's girls basketball coaches.
Based on what she’s been told by her parents, Sparta’s Laney Humble is quick to say she doesn’t think she inherited her basketball talents from her mom or dad.
The holidays are over, which means two things for Pfc. Katelyn Castro and Pvt. Rhys Bullington: it’s time to put on the uniform again, and graduation is right around the corner.
Allie Clevenger and her Clever teammates added to their reputation as one of the best shooting teams in the state during the Lady Jays’ 81-47 runaway win over Sparta on Thursday.
Dakota Lafferty doesn’t need a lesson on urban and rural geography of Missouri. The Sparta senior has seen much of the Show-Me State during the seven moves he’s made from elementary school to middle school to high school.
The renewal of the Blue Eye-Sparta rivalry got off to a memorable start Wednesday, with the Lady Bulldogs winning the Sparta Tournament championship game 49-46 on a 3-pointer by former Nixa middle-schooler Riley Arnold.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service announced a decision to close the Mark Twain National Forest to feral swine hunting.