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Lightning Strikes Twice, Ends Union-Borgia Game in 1-1 Tie - The Missourian
Lightning 2, Union 1, Borgia 1. Unofficially, Mother Nature triumphed in Wednesday’s girls soccer game at Borgia while Union (1-1-1) and the Lady Knights (0-3-1) tied 1-1 as the game was called due to weather conditions. When lightning appeared near the ...
Show Stopper - The Missourian
The fourth Truth and the Outdoors Wildlife Expo took place this past weekend. Thousands of individuals passed through the gates Friday through Sunday to visit vendor booths, attend shows or seminars, participate in activities, enjoy good food and just have ...
Union City Collector Files Civil Suit - The Missourian
The Union city collector has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that he has lost wages and been deprived of constitutional rights. Terry Copeland was elected collector in 2010, six months after the city stripped all of the duties of the collector and ...
No Injuries Reported in Rollover at Highway KK - The Missourian
Emergency crews responded to a one-car rollover crash Tuesday morning just before noon at Highway KK and Westgate Drive. The driver of the car, Shayne Elbert, 18, walked away from the crash and said he was unharmed.
Union Track Finishes Second at Hillsboro Relay Meet - The Missourian
Union picked up three victories Monday at the Hillsboro Relays. The Wildcats placed second in the four-team meet, which consisted of only mixed relays. Host Hillsboro won with 124 points while Union edged Jefferson for second, 48-46. Kennedy did not score ...
Juergens, Grellner Throw No-Hitter Against Owensville - The Missourian
Spencer Juergens and Jacob Grellner combined to no-hit the Owensville Dutchmen Tuesday, as Borgia earned a 7-0 victory. The win was the first of the season for the Knights (1-1). “Spencer Juergens got the start and was as dominant as ever,” Borgia Head ...
Rolling Stones Announce North American Stadium Tour - The Missourian
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Rolling Stones are zipping across North America again. The rock band announced a 15-city stadium tour Tuesday that will kick off May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego, California. Other stops include Columbus, Ohio; Minneapolis ...
Union Shuts Out Dutchgirls, 10-0 - The Missourian
A night after tying Borgia, the Union soccer Lady ’Cats bounced back in a big way Thursday. Union (2-1-1, 2-0) rolled to its second consecutive 10-0 Four Rivers Conference victory, beating the Owensville Dutchgirls on the road. “It was a good night to ...
Lady Indians Stay Perfect in FRC With Win Over St. Clair - The Missourian
Pacific won its second straight soccer game of the season to move to 2-0 in Four Rivers Conference play. The Lady Indians defeated St. Clair, 3-0, Tuesday night. Tim Isgrig’s squad fell to 1-2 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs are also 1-2 in FRC play.
Lady Bulldogs Rip Newburg, 10-0 - The Missourian
Newburg was just what the doctor ordered for St. Clair’s girls soccer team. Tim Isgrig’s squad defeated the Lady Wolves 10-0 Thursday night. The win moved St. Clair’s record to 2-2 on the season. “They are a new program and it was their first game ...
Golf Blue Jays Win Four-Team Meet - The Missourian
Borgia, St. Clair and Washington played in the first golf meet of the season Wednesday afternoon. Braving the wind and dropping temperatures, Washington came out ahead with 157, while Borgia finished second with 169. Cuba finished with 182 points, while St ...
Borgia Volleyball Drops First Two Contests To Open Season - The Missourian
The Borgia boys volleyball team opened the season with a pair of losses. On Tuesday, the Knights lost to Cape Notre Dame in straight sets, 25-17 and 25-10. The game was rescheduled from Saturday, due to Cape Notre Dame’s basketball team playing in the ...
School Board Reviews Capital Projects List - The Missourian
Improvements at Washington High School and Washington West Elementary top the list of capital projects the school district plans to undertake now through August. The school board Tuesday night reviewed the list of projects totaling just over $1 million ...
St. Clair Takes First Track Meet Of Season Against New Haven - The Missourian
Despite less than favorable weather, St. Clair and New Haven went ahead with the first scheduled track meet of the season for both schools. Cuba decided to opt out of the meet given the weather. When all was said and done, St. Clair came out on top in both ...
Habitat for Humanity Seeking Families Who Own Property - The Missourian
Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is seeking applicants to apply for a home to be built on their own property. The property must be suitable for construction, have a clear title, and be located within Franklin County. Applications are available at ...