Twenty-nine teams competed in a four-person scramble format. Special contest holes had awards for longest drive and closest to the pin.
The director will speak Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church.
The daily logistics of running an elementary school are as complex as they are precise. The student Safety Patrol at Shepard Elementary help make sure everything runs smoothly.
Key contractors have been adding shifts and lengthening the work week to catch up from the construction delays since April. 81 days of construction were lost this year due to prolonged high water on the Mississippi River.
Of the 51 cases the Court has agreed to hear, Justice Elena Kagan will not hear 24 because of her former position as Obama's solicitor general.
The Rock Bridge softball team defeated Warsaw 5-4 on Monday in Warsaw.
October is the deadline for AEG to either land a major team or lose exclusive rights to seek one for the Sprint Center, but Kansas City officials say the building is still outperforming expectations.
Jimmy Burge was arrested on suspicion of drinking intoxicant liquors while driving and was cited for allegedly making an illegal turn.
The Coordinating Board for Higher Education has given state universities a preliminary list of degree programs that it considers "low producing." The universities may have to collaborate programs with each other or shut them down all together.
Molly Kreklow, a freshman setter on the Missouri volleyball team, has been named Big 12 Rookie of the Week more than any other player this season.
A former Phillip Morris employee will visit the Westminster College campus on Tuesday. His story was told on "60 Minutes" and "Dateline NBC" and became the focus of the movie "The Insider."
The Rock Bridge volleyball team won 25-17, 25-12 on Monday at Eldon.
Missouri's Kim English has been named a candidate for the John R. Wooden Player of the Year trophy.
Japan issued a travel alert for citizens traveling and living in Europe on Monday, joining the United States and Britain in warning of possible terrorist attacks by al-Qaida in European cities such as London, Paris or Berlin.
Going the wrong way — whether on the football field or in the Atlantic Ocean — sometimes works out for the best.
Gardens have been named the hottest trend in restaurants after a third of the 2,000 chefs surveyed by the National Restaurant Association named gardens the top trend.