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Paris and Madison Fire Units Deployed to Shelbina District Fire
Both Madison and Paris fire departments were called to help fight a house fire located 12 - 15 miles outside of Shelbina in Lentner on Monday,...


Judy Harmon Retires: Angelia Baker Sworn in as New Assessor Judy Harmon Begins New Chapter
Monroe County Assessor, Judy Harmon, Retires Judy Harmon has served the people of Monroe County for eight years as county assessor. Her successor,...


Annual Fire Prevention Poster Contest Announces Winners
The 2017 Fire Prevention Poster contest, sponsored by the Paris Rural Fire Protection District, produced several winners from the Paris Elementary...


Paris Coyotes back on winning ways with 11-2 win over New Franklin
The Paris Coyotes used both hitting and strong pitching to defeat New Franklin 11-2, on the road, on Monday, April 24. The Coyotes struck for four...


Three personal records set by Madison Panthers at Glasgow Relays
The Madison Panther Track Teams recently participated in the Glasgow Relays The following individuals earned points (1-8 earn points & 1-4...


Madison Track participates in CAC Conference Meet
Madison Panther varsity boys and girls track teams traveled to Glasgow, on Wednesday, April 26 for the Central Activities Conference meet. ...


Embrace Change and Respect Tradition Missouri State FFA Convention
Madison FFA Reporter- Danielle Herrin On April 20-21, 2017, the Madison FFA Chapter made their way to the 89th Annual Missouri State FFA...


Paris Prom Pictures


Storybook Trail Event to Be Held in Hannibal
The Hannibal Parks & Recreation Department’s ninth Storybook Trail starts Monday, May 1, in Central Park. Anyone walking along the trail through...


Each year Xi Beta Xi raises money for good causes in Paris. One of the projects they support is the yearly Easter Egg hunt. On April 15, many children lined up to race for as much candy as possible.  The 100 children, who were divided in three age groups, claimed all the candy in only a few minutes. Xi Beta Xi Easter Egg Hunt


From left, Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Chris Chinn presents Aurea Rucker and Abigail Tuma of the Paris FFA Chapter with the Building Our American Communities Grant at the 89th Missouri FFA Convention in Columbia, Missouri, April 20-21, 2017. The Missouri Department of Agriculture sponsors the award. FFA Grant


Panther pitchers allow only three hits to Cairo
In a low scoring, albeit anemic hitting but solidly pitched contest Madison fell to Cairo 2-1. Cairo scored two runs in the second inning and held...


Alyssa Francis and Marlena Long Selected for the Missouri...
Alyssa Francis and Marlena Long of Paris, Mo., were two of 30 high school sophomores recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of...


McCaskill Holds Town Hall in Hannibal
Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri answered questions from her constituents for approximately an hour at the Hannibal Nutrition Center on...


Local Artist Sells Prints to Finance Summer Camp
Neecey is a 27-year-old woman with Down syndrome. In 2014, she was diagnosed with catatonia. Catatonia is a neuropsychiatric disorder that...