This weekend, 44 men and women competed in the Show-Me State Games’ muzzle loading shooting competition.
Tim and Austin Kuchta competed in the Show-Me State Games in the parent/child golf division.
Despite their age, some were longtime competitors at the Boone County Fair.
The Adaptive Recreation Program, which cost $88,000 annually, is paid for by the Department of Parks and Recreation. In addition to painting and ceramics classes, the Adaptive Recreation Program helps Paquin residents get to grocery stores and attractions.
Five-year-old Spencer Robarge and his family traveled from Springfield to compete in the bowling portion of the Show-Me State Games.
The road-widening project is set to be complete in fall or early winter 2009.
While Hulshof has stressed that health care is important and says he will develop a plan in more detail, Steelman says she will come out with a health care plan if she wins the nomination.
Two men were arrested Saturday night on suspicion of stealing a truck owned by a Columbia apartment complex and using it to transport stolen property from two apartments, according to a Columbia Police Department news release.
The group aims to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ like many Christian churches, but they have a different style of sharing God’s word.
After the spring freeze last year killed most of their peaches, vendors say their crops this year look promising.
Teams played ultimate Frisbee in several games at Hinkson Field on Saturday.
The 24th district race for the Missouri House of Representatives, which was the most expensive in state history in 2006, is gearing up for more of the same this year. Both candidates have amassed more money than the 2006 candidates had raised at this time during that race.
The economic problems affecting the U.S. are also showing up in the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia and Ireland.