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Kole Berrey, Justin Wolfe notch double digit tackles in district play

Kole Berrey, Justin Wolfe notch double digit tackles in district play

The Paris Coyotes (3-7) played Knox County in the first round of district play on Friday, Oct. 26. The Coyotes fell 60-0 and saw their 2012 season come to an…

Paris R-II tentative agenda for board meeting

Tentative Agenda Paris R-II Board Of Education Administrative and Vocational Building Nov. 15  - 6 p.m. I. Call To Order II. Pledge III. Roll Call IV. Welcome Guests V. Approval…

County Meats Team competes in contest

County Meats Team competes in contest

Monroe County’s Meat Judging team competed in the National Meat Judging Contest at Kansas State University in Manhattan Kansas on Tuesday October 24, 2012.  Representing and competing for Missouri were…

C-3 Students celebrate 2012 Red Ribbon Week

C-3 Students celebrate 2012 Red Ribbon Week

Madison C-3 School celebrated Red Ribbon Week October 22-26th! The theme this year was “Be A Superhero Have the Power to Say No To Drugs!” On Monday, they had a…

C-2 Board of Education discuss expenses

The Holliday C-2 Board of Education met in regular session, at the school, on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Board members present included David Pence, Mendy Blades, Edith Ensor and Sara Callison.…

Students hear why to say no to drugs/alcohol

Students hear why to say no to drugs/alcohol

Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October. In observance of Red Ribbon Week, Paris R-II Secondary Counselor Lisa…

Paris R-II Board of Education approve multi bids and policies

President Libby Williams called the regular board meeting of the Paris R-II Board of Education to order at 6 p.m., on Wednesday, Oct. 17, with all members answering the roll…

Madison C-3 taking applications for school board position

The Madison 3-3 Board of Education met in regular session on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m in the Superintendent’s office. Approval was given to the agenda and consent agenda…