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Dutch oven contest makes debut at Old Threshers Show

Cooking is a specialty for mother-daughter duo Julie Bote and Carrie Sanders. “We always love cooking,” Bote said. “When my girls were little and they were homeschooled, if I …

Holistic Hog enjoys success at state fair

Jes Schlanker enjoyed another memorable trip to Sedalia on Aug. 14. Her Holistic Hog business earned 29 first-place ribbons, a Grand Champion award and a best of show award at the state dairy …

Montgomery City’s Juanita Hadden has passion for the guitar

Four years ago, Juanita Hadden had her first guitar gig when she was in eighth grade. Now, playing the guitar has become a big passion for the Montgomery City resident. “It’s really …

Matthews set for national pageant

When Eliza Matthews competes in the Midwest National Pageant on Sept. 10-12 in Cape Girardeau, she will have her sights set on one thing. “The money!” the 7-year-old from Montgomery …
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Bowling Green cruises past Wildcats

From the opening play, the Bowling Green Bobcats were too much to handle for the Montgomery County Wildcats. The Bobcats handed the Wildcats their first loss of the season after winning 51-7 in …

Norris leads W-M at Van-Far Invite

After 10 months, Layne Norris is still in shock from his performance at the 2020 Class 1 boys state cross country meet in Columbia. Norris turned in the best state meet finish in …

Wildcats get four medalists at season-opening meet in New Haven

A year ago, Malia Rodgers and Lyric Ford were the 1-2 punch of the Montgomery County girls cross country team, earning a total of 16 medals and receiving all-state honors. In the season-opening …

Captains bring spark to MCHS football cheerleaders

When Montgomery County football cheerleading practice began on Aug. 9, Kim Clements didn’t have any trouble picking out captains for the team this fall. The 11th-year coach selected senior …
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