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Max Harris, Kearney, grandson of Donnie and Shorty Miller with his turkey he got Saturday morning. The turkey was 27 pounds, a 10 inch beard, and 1 1/4 inch spurs.
Any day now, the cheerful whistling call of the Baltimore Oriole will come floating down through the tree tops. You have to look high to spot these birds. As Cornell says on their web page, All About Birds, “They’re most often seen perched at the tops of trees or flitting through the upper foliage...
There were 21 schools, including Braymer, which were represented, at the Wellington-Napoleon Invitational on April 13th. Dallas Hall led the Lady Cats with a 3rd place finish in both the discus and the shot put. Also placing 3rd was Kennedy Stone in the javelin. Emma Hall placed 4th in the triple...
Every year about this time, the phrase, “Findin' any Mushrooms?” finds its way into most rural Missouri conversations of more than a few sentences in length. I can verify that a few of the elusive fungi have been found in DeKalb County this past week, but I am sworn to secrecy of course on who...
For the 18th consecutive season, the PBR’s (Professional Bull Riders) elite Unleash The Beast will buck into Kansas City, Missouri, welcoming fans to T-Mobile Center for the PBR Caterpillar Classic, March 20-21. Brining the edge-of-the-seat action one can only experience at a PBR event, the event...
These five Lady Hornet softball players received post-season awards. L to R: Morgan Hartley, Madi Allen, Julia Kanoy, Brighton Swindler and Hayleigh Huff.
Senior outfielder Morgan Hartley was selected to the following teams: Honorable Mention All-Conference, 2nd Team All-District. Hartley played in 27 games, stole 19 bases, scored 18 runs, drove in 11 runs, took away several hits with her speed in center field, and limited runners advancing with her...
The Hamilton Hornets traveled to Princeton to take on the Tigers in the Class 1 District Championship Game on Friday, November 13.  The Hornets came away with a 10 - 6 victory and became the 2020 District Champions. Photo by Joel McBee
by Allen Gentry The Penney High Hornets traveled to Princeton on Friday, Nov. 13th, to face the Princeton Tigers with Mercer for the Class 1, District 7 Championship, and a date in the State Quarterfinals on November 21st. Everybody knew it was going to be bad luck for one team, being Friday the...
Front Row L. to R.:#14 Morgan Hartley, #11 Anisten Houghton, #33 Hayleigh Huff, #7 Brighton Swindler, #35 Olivia Edwards, #16 Josie Morgan, #10 Mary Brown. Back Row L. to R.: assistant coach Ashlyn Demint, #5 Lakelyn Shatto, #27 Christina Gray, #12 Madi Allen, #26 Julia Kanoy, #19 Amelia Pingleton, #4 Andee Angle, head coach Jim Dickey. Picture by Joel McBee
In 2011, coach Jim Dickey led the Penney High Lady Hornets to a 3rd Place finish in Class 2. In 2020, coach Dickey led Hamilton to their best finish in softball history when they made it to the Class 2 State Championship game. It wasn't an easy road. First, the number 3 seed Hornets defeated the...
The following eight youth wrestlers from Hamilton qualify for the Youth Regional Tournament to be held on March 7th at Staley High School in Kansas City. Front row: Hayden Krentz, 6th; Cason Miller, 1st; Kobi Krentz, 3rd. Back row: Hunter Nixdorf, 3rd; Caleb Colletrela, 2nd; Dawson Miller, 1st; and...
Ian Morris of Kingston is shown with the deer he shot on the opening day of gun season. Ian had already filled his bow tags with another eight point buck and two does. He hunts with his dad Nick Morris Jr. on the home place.

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