Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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Rock Port’s PEO Chapter DU is now raffling a beautiful quilt with proceeds to fund the various projects that it supports. PEO promotes educational opportunities for women through grants, scholarships and loans. They assist high school graduates, retuning college students, foreign scholars and... + continue reading

Following the court proceedings, Judges Fischer, Howard and Ellis took questions about the cases from students, attorneys, judges and community members. (AC Mail photo)
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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An Atchison County Court first For the first time in its history, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District convened court at the Atchison County Courthouse in Rock Port, Missouri. On November 14, 2014 a panel consisting of Western District Judges Joseph Ellis and Victor Howard and Supreme... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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Operation Christmas Child collection week is well under way! Day 1 saw 506 boxes. This year's new Relay Center Coordinator, Melanie Athen says "I'm so excited to watch the shoeboxes come in and hope to reach our goal of 1437 shoeboxes this year! So keep those shoeboxes coming, let's help those... + continue reading

The Vet-Mobile was parked in front of the Atchison County Memorial Building in an effort to reach rural Veterans and their spouses with helpful services. (AC Mail photo)
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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Monday November 10, 2014, the Vet-Mobile (Mobile Vet Center or MVC’s) stopped in Atchison County to provide services from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The bus was parked in front of the Atchison County Memorial Building and welcomed Veterans and their spouses in search of assistance. According to the... + continue reading

The Class of 2016 officers did the honors at the ground breaking ceremony by digging the ceremonial first scoops of soil. They will be the first class to occupy the new gym as seniors next fall. Pictured left to right: President-Chloe Sierks, Student Council Rep.-Brianna Gutierrez, Student Council Rep.-Colby Linthicum, Vice President-Jade Lemmon and Secretary Kaleigh Farmer. (AC Mail photo)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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On the frosty morning of Wednesday, November 19, 2014, the Rock Port students, staff and community members gathered for the ceremonial ground breaking on the construction site of a new competition gym. The dozers sat quietly in the background as Craig Walker, Superintendent of the Rock Port R-II... + continue reading

Post Master Debbie Flether and her crew Leslie Spurlock, Bill Lingerfelt, Cory Hill, Dave Ryan, and Samantha Landzettel gather up for a last photo together before Bill’s retirement.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Bill Lingerfelt hung up his mail pouch on Tuesday November 24th for the last time in 21 years. Officially on November 30, Rock Port will lose a devoted mail carrier and gain a humble retiree. When asked what he plans to do during retirement he joked, “Nothing!” as most retirees do on their way out... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Each year the Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) recognizes leaders from throughout the state who give their time to help improve education and the association. This year, they officially recognized 28 individuals in the inaugural MSTA Leadership Class. These 28 individuals have worked to... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Duane and Sherry Clement will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on December 7. Their family would like to invite you to help the couple celebrate by sending cards to: Duane and Sherry Clement, 806 Birch St., Tarkio, MO 64491. + continue reading

Alex Burke drives the ball underneath. (AC Mail photo)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Tuesday, November 18, South Holt Tournament RP JH Girls: Game score Rock Port 27 Tarkio 27. Points: Gaines 14, Skillen 4, Bradley 2, Carder 2, Watkins and Kemerling 1 each Rebounds: Carder 12, Gaines 7, Kemerling 5, Watkins 4, King 3 Steals: Josie 3, Gaines 1, Jakub 1 RP JH BOYS: Game... + continue reading

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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The Rock Port Booster Club hosted its 2nd annual K-3 elementary basketball league. The first four Saturdays through the month of November the Rock Port High School gym was filled with future basketball players from around Atchison and Holt counties. The age groups were split with second and third... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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During the Fall Athletic Banquet on November 17 the senior football boys showed their appreciation of fellow Senior Michael Ohl. Michael has been the RPHS football team manager for the last four years. In recognition of all he has done for the team Senior Dalton Jones read from a certificate that... + continue reading

THE TARKIO ELEMENTARY THIRD GRADERS - Performed “The Turkeys Go On Strike” for their parents and grandparents in the elementary gym on Friday, November 21, 2014. (Photos By Megan McAdams)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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The Tarkio Elementary Third Graders entertained a large crowd of family members with their performance of “The Turkeys Go On Strike” on Friday, November 21, 2014, in the elementary gym. The play, by Ron Fink and John Heath, was under the direction of Melody Barnett, Lori Staten, and Ashley Hummel.... + continue reading

GABE AND RACHEL CHASE - Attended the Tarkio Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. The Chases live on the Africa Mercy Ship, which provides medical care to thousands around the world. (Submitted Photo)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Gabe and Rachel Chase were the guest speakers at the Tuesday, November 18, 2014, meeting of the Tarkio Rotary Club. Gabe and Rachel live and work with their two young children on an Africa Mercy Ship. Africa Mercy Ship is the largest non-governmental hos­pital ship in the world. It is staffed by... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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A FEW NEW HYDRANTS HAVE BEEN REPLACED - Around Tarkio, including this one at the corner of sixth and Main streets in the yard of City Hall. The work was done by employees of Sodbusters Service Company, Tarkio Board of Public Works, and the City of Tarkio Street Department. (Photo By Megan McAdams) + continue reading

The Fairfax Junior High Girls’ Basketball Team is pictured with their second place trophy after competing in the South Holt Junior High Basketball Tournament. Pictured above (left to right) are: Coach Whitney Harrington, Morgan O’Riley, Kilea Cooper, Jesse Graves, McKenzie Frohn, Jaycee Graves, Kinley Thornhill and Shelbey Morris. (See page 5 for tournament information.)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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The Fairfax Junior High Basketball Teams participated in the South Holt Junior High Basketball Tournament, held November 17 through 22, 2014, in Oregon, Missouri. The Fairfax girls defeated Savannah Middle School 42-9 in their first game on November 17. Fairfax also won their second game, 38-14,... + continue reading

Miss Fields, Halle Sutter, Alyssa Beck and Kolbe Cooper pose in front of the statue of Secretariat at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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by Kolbe Cooper, Halle Sutter, and Alyssa Beck National Convention was amazing this year. Fairfax FFA members Kolbe Cooper, Halle Sutter and Alyssa Beck and Advisor Miss Fields visited Louisville, Kentucky for the week. We left on Tuesday, October 28 right after school. Six FFA chapters from... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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by Dakota Allen Two days, several competitions and lots of hard work all added up to a fun fall competition season! On November 5, we headed over to Savannah for the Area I Fall FFA Public Speaking competition. Mickayla Bowling competed in the contest sponsored by Missouri Association of Soil... + continue reading

Mrs. Suzanne Fentiman, Fairfax R-3 kindergarten teacher, and her students treated grandparents to a special Thanksgiving/Grandparents Day last Friday, November 21.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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Following the court proceedings, Judges Fischer, Howard and Ellis took questions about the cases from students, attorneys, judges and community members. (AC Mail photo)

The Vet-Mobile was parked in front of the Atchison County Memorial Building in an effort to reach rural Veterans and their spouses with helpful services. (AC Mail photo)

The Class of 2016 officers did the honors at the ground breaking ceremony by digging the ceremonial first scoops of soil. They will be the first class to occupy the new gym as seniors next fall. Pictured left to right: President-Chloe Sierks, Student Council Rep.-Brianna Gutierrez, Student Council Rep.-Colby Linthicum, Vice President-Jade Lemmon and Secretary Kaleigh Farmer. (AC Mail photo)

Post Master Debbie Flether and her crew Leslie Spurlock, Bill Lingerfelt, Cory Hill, Dave Ryan, and Samantha Landzettel gather up for a last photo together before Bill’s retirement.

Alex Burke drives the ball underneath. (AC Mail photo)

Second and Third graders

THE TARKIO ELEMENTARY THIRD GRADERS - Performed “The Turkeys Go On Strike” for their parents and grandparents in the elementary gym on Friday, November 21, 2014. (Photos By Megan McAdams)

GABE AND RACHEL CHASE - Attended the Tarkio Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. The Chases live on the Africa Mercy Ship, which provides medical care to thousands around the world. (Submitted Photo)

The Fairfax Junior High Girls’ Basketball Team is pictured with their second place trophy after competing in the South Holt Junior High Basketball Tournament. Pictured above (left to right) are: Coach Whitney Harrington, Morgan O’Riley, Kilea Cooper, Jesse Graves, McKenzie Frohn, Jaycee Graves, Kinley Thornhill and Shelbey Morris. (See page 5 for tournament information.)

Miss Fields, Halle Sutter, Alyssa Beck and Kolbe Cooper pose in front of the statue of Secretariat at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Mrs. Suzanne Fentiman, Fairfax R-3 kindergarten teacher, and her students treated grandparents to a special Thanksgiving/Grandparents Day last Friday, November 21.

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by Dakota Allen Two days, several competitions and lots of hard work all added up to a fun fall competition season! On November 5, we headed over to Savannah for the Area I Fall FFA Public Speaking competition. Mickayla Bowling competed in the contest sponsored by Missouri Association of Soil... + continue reading

Miss Fields, Halle Sutter, Alyssa Beck and Kolbe Cooper pose in front of the statue of Secretariat at the Kentucky Horse Park.
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
by Kolbe Cooper, Halle Sutter, and Alyssa Beck National Convention was amazing this year. Fairfax FFA members Kolbe Cooper, Halle Sutter and Alyssa Beck and Advisor Miss Fields visited Louisville, Kentucky for the week. We left on Tuesday, October 28 right after school. Six FFA chapters from... + continue reading

The Fairfax Junior High Girls’ Basketball Team is pictured with their second place trophy after competing in the South Holt Junior High Basketball Tournament. Pictured above (left to right) are: Coach Whitney Harrington, Morgan O’Riley, Kilea Cooper, Jesse Graves, McKenzie Frohn, Jaycee Graves, Kinley Thornhill and Shelbey Morris. (See page 5 for tournament information.)
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
The Fairfax Junior High Basketball Teams participated in the South Holt Junior High Basketball Tournament, held November 17 through 22, 2014, in Oregon, Missouri. The Fairfax girls defeated Savannah Middle School 42-9 in their first game on November 17. Fairfax also won their second game, 38-14,... + continue reading

GABE AND RACHEL CHASE - Attended the Tarkio Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. The Chases live on the Africa Mercy Ship, which provides medical care to thousands around the world. (Submitted Photo)
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Gabe and Rachel Chase were the guest speakers at the Tuesday, November 18, 2014, meeting of the Tarkio Rotary Club. Gabe and Rachel live and work with their two young children on an Africa Mercy Ship. Africa Mercy Ship is the largest non-governmental hos­pital ship in the world. It is staffed by... + continue reading

THE TARKIO ELEMENTARY THIRD GRADERS - Performed “The Turkeys Go On Strike” for their parents and grandparents in the elementary gym on Friday, November 21, 2014. (Photos By Megan McAdams)
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
The Tarkio Elementary Third Graders entertained a large crowd of family members with their performance of “The Turkeys Go On Strike” on Friday, November 21, 2014, in the elementary gym. The play, by Ron Fink and John Heath, was under the direction of Melody Barnett, Lori Staten, and Ashley Hummel.... + continue reading
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During the Fall Athletic Banquet on November 17 the senior football boys showed their appreciation of fellow Senior Michael Ohl. Michael has been the RPHS football team manager for the last four years. In recognition of all he has done for the team Senior Dalton Jones read from a certificate that... + continue reading

Second and Third graders
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
The Rock Port Booster Club hosted its 2nd annual K-3 elementary basketball league. The first four Saturdays through the month of November the Rock Port High School gym was filled with future basketball players from around Atchison and Holt counties. The age groups were split with second and third... + continue reading

Alex Burke drives the ball underneath. (AC Mail photo)
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
Tuesday, November 18, South Holt Tournament RP JH Girls: Game score Rock Port 27 Tarkio 27. Points: Gaines 14, Skillen 4, Bradley 2, Carder 2, Watkins and Kemerling 1 each Rebounds: Carder 12, Gaines 7, Kemerling 5, Watkins 4, King 3 Steals: Josie 3, Gaines 1, Jakub 1 RP JH BOYS: Game... + continue reading
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Duane and Sherry Clement will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on December 7. Their family would like to invite you to help the couple celebrate by sending cards to: Duane and Sherry Clement, 806 Birch St., Tarkio, MO 64491. + continue reading
11/25/2014 - 0 comment(s)
Each year the Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) recognizes leaders from throughout the state who give their time to help improve education and the association. This year, they officially recognized 28 individuals in the inaugural MSTA Leadership Class. These 28 individuals have worked to... + continue reading

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