Anglers hit Missouri waters in search of walleye
(Outdoors ~ 10/21/17)
As the leaves begin to change their color, Missouri walleye anglers are on the water — after one of the best eating freshwater fish that swims — the walleye. Since there is no closed season on Missouri’s (large) impoundments, walleye anglers have plenty of time to go after this fish that is growing more popular in the state; from the spring spawning run right up through fall and even winter...
Camerons conquer Swope Memorial
(Community Sports ~ 10/21/17)
Nevada siblings Emree and Ty Cameron dazzled on the links earlier this month, collecting first-place finishes on the U.S. Kids Golf Tour at Swope Memorial Golf Course in Kansas City, Missouri. Emree, 10, carded a 44 at the nine-hole event, securing her 40th career victory in just two and a half years of golfing competitively...
The long, cold week
(Column ~ 10/21/17)
Hi neighbors. I have declared this week the longest week of all. Although the actual hours are the same as any other week, time slows down and the world spins slower. What makes this week different? This is the week (this last week is the referenced week) when the temperatures drop. ...
Deepwood Cemetery tour a success
(Local News ~ 10/21/17)
By Johannes Brann email@example.com History came alive as a fundraising tour of Nevada’s Deepwood Cemetery saw its first run on Friday evening with more scheduled on Saturday. Six men and seven women portray one couple, three sisters and eight individuals, all of whom were prominent in the history of Nevada and/or Vernon County...
Nevada run-game wrecks Raytown South in district playoff opener, 48-32
(High School Sports ~ 10/21/17)
Smashmouth football trumped speed and athleticism Friday night in the opening round of the Class 4 District 6 playoffs as the No. 4 seed Nevada Tigers rolled to a 48-32 victory over the fifth-seeded Raytown South Cardinals at Logan Field. Nevada (5-5) next faces top-seeded Grain Valley in the district semifinals next Friday at Grain Valley...
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