A new retail business in Rogersville, Polka Dots & Primitives, which offers seasonal decor, craft classes, a children’s boutique and more, held a ribbon cutting earlier this month with the Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce. The shop, located at 115 Center St., is owned by Tammy Hodges…
Sophomore Ally Pogue, junior Aly Edwards, senior Rachel Fuller and freshman Alexis Miller (not pictured) were named the Logan-Rogersville High School Students of the Month for November.
Project Freeway: U.S. 60 Rogersville, the project to upgrade U.S. Route 60 in Rogersville to a freeway, has received the 2017 National Award of Excellence from the Design-Build Institute of America at its annual conference in Philadelphia, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
Project Freeway: U.S. 60 Rogersville, the highway project that brought safety improvements to a four-mile section of Route 60 in Rogersville, has received the National Award of Merit from the Design-Build Institute of America.
As one might expect from a mid-July event, temperatures were on the warm side Saturday in Rogersville for the fifth annual Ride to Provide, benefiting Care to Learn chapters of Logan-Rogersville, Fordland and Clever. Still, that didn’t keep participants from turning out, with riders in the f…
Riders of all ages will meet Saturday, July 15, for the fifth annual Ride to Provide event, starting and finishing at Logan-Rogersville High School.
This summer, students don’t have to go far to get their hands on books because the books are coming to them, thanks to a bookmobile program called Wow Reading, sponsored by Logan-Rogersville Primary School.
The cast of the upcoming “Shrek the Musical” recently gathered for a group photo at one of its rehearsals. The Marshfield Community Theatre production will be performed June 22-25 at the Carl and Glessie Young Community Auditorium in Marshfield. Individual tickets will go on sale soon. For m…
The Logan-Rogersville boys golf team had another solid outing Monday at the Class 4 Section 3 golf tournament, played at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club, just outside Jefferson City.
After its eight-game winning streak was snapped last Tuesday, the Logan-Rogersville High School baseball team suffered its second straight defeat in a 8-6 loss to the Ava Bears last Thursday, April 27.
The Logan-Rogersville boys tennis team has had its ups and downs thus far this season. The Wildcats finished the month of April with a 4-5 record on the regular season, with one scheduled matchup left. Rogersville has been successful against Parkview (9-0, March 29), Hillcrest (8-1, April 4)…
The Logan-Rogersville girls soccer team put together another pair of solid performances this past week. The Lady Cats rolled over New Covenant Academy/Summit Prep, 8-0, last Tuesday, April 25. They then handled Greenwood on the road, 4-1, last Thursday. The two wins raised the Lady Cats’ sea…
Much as they did at the recent COC tournament, the Logan-Rogersville High School boys golf team cruised through Monday’s district tourney, barely breaking a sweat. The Wildcats’ team score of 316 on the par-70 Springfield Golf and Country Club course was 21 strokes better than runner-up Monett.
The Logan-Rogersville boys golf team placed all five of its golfers among the top six scorers in Monday’s COC Small conference tournament, played at Marshfield’s Whispering Oaks Golf Course.
The Logan-Rogersville High School girls soccer team found a higher gear in the second half of their 4-1 win last Wednesday, April 19, against the Hillcrest Lady Hornets, scoring three unanswered goals after playing the first half to a 1-1 tie at halftime.
Despite giving up 11 walks to the Hillcrest Hornets last Thursday, the Logan-Rogersville bats continued to fire on all cylinders as they finished the game with 11 hits and three home runs, producing an 11-5 win.
The fifth annual Logan-Rogersville FFA Benefit Auction is set for this Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Bass & Ballard Feed and Farm Supply, located on 148 Industry Road, Rogersville.