Life has been good for Logan-Rogersville softball the past six seasons. Four of them have resulted in 18 wins, and 2015-16 saw the program notch 22 and reach the Class 3 state quarterfinals.
A pair of Logan-Rogersville athletes put in strong enough performances at Saturday's state sectional track and field meet in West Plains to move on the highest level of competition in Missouri Class 4. Wildcat juniors Jay Strausbaugh and Adam Waters qualified to compete at the state champion…
Earlier this month marked the spring round of scholarship signing for Logan-Rogersville High School senior athletes, as seven Wildcats inked commitment papers to seven different institutions of higher learning for participation in six different sports and activities.
Clockwise from lower left, junior Faith Stark, freshman Lilli Cardwell, sophomore Brooks Wilson and senior Chanz Silkey were named the Logan-Rogersville High School Students of the Month for May at Logan-Rogersville High School.
The sixth annual Logan-Rogersville FFA Benefit Auction was held Saturday, April 14, at Bass & Ballard Feed and Farm Supply in Rogersville. The event utilized several different types of auction, including live, silent, labor and baked goods.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) recently announced the winners of the 2018 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash can-decorating contest.
From left, freshman Audrey Davis, sophomore Bri Bieller, junior Maura Leonard and senior Noah King were named the Students of the Month for April at Logan-Rogersville High School.
Logan-Rogersville High School had a scholarship-signing event for three of its senior class athletes Feb. 8. McKenna Miller committed to attend classes and play volleyball at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout. Hope Strausbaugh will run cross country this fall at Missouri University of S…
The kids at Logan-Rogersville Elementary got a visit Wednesday, Wednesday Feb. 28, from a couple of magical siblings, courtesy of Delta Dental. The Tooth Wizard and his sister, the Tooth Fairy, dropped by for a student assembly and told all the kids about how to battle their evil nemesis, Pl…
Community members were in for a special treat Saturday evening, as the Logan-Rogersville Band Department hosted its first-ever LR’s Got Talent show in the high school auditorium.
It was a night filled with food, fun, games and dancing at the Logan-Rogersville PTA Father/Daughter Dance Saturday at the high school. These well-dressed young ladies, with balloons in tow, were among those in attendance.
The first-ever LR’s Got Talent Show will shine a spotlight on Logan-Rogersville students and faculty Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Logan-Rogersville High School auditorium, located on Highway 125, just north of Highway 60.
The Logan-Rogersville Band Department is hosting the inaugural LR’s Got Talent on Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Logan-Rogersville High School auditorium, Hwy. 125, just north of Hwy 60 east. The doors will open at 4 p.m., with concessions available prior and during the talent show.
Denim and Diamonds, the 13th annual Wildcat Gala fundraiser for the Logan-Rogersville Education Foundation, presented over $17,000 in grants at Saturday’s event in Springfield.
Pancakes, French toast and eggs were among the items that customers could order during a fundraising event for Logan-Rogersville High School’s Varsity Choir Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Rogersville Pharmacy and Soda Fountain.
From left, freshman Emma Stegner, sophomore Gabby Green, junior Tiffany Ward and senior Donovan Wood were recognized as the Students of the Month for January at Logan-Rogersville High School.
Casteel Edwards, agricultural educator at Logan-Rogersville High School, was one of a select group of agriculture teachers nationwide who received the 2017 Teachers Turn the Key (TTTK) professional development scholarship from the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE).
Attending a high school basketball game involves much more than just basketball. Here are a few of the other facets to be enjoyed at recent Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville games.
Logan-Rogersville High School head football coach Doug Smith has announced his retirement from the gridiron. After 32 years, 11 of which were spent at Logan-Rogersville, he said this felt like the right time to retire from coaching, and that he believes a change in leadership will be a posit…
Last Wednesday, Nov. 8, was a big one for Logan-Rogersville High School sports, as two Wildcats inked college scholarship papers. Hunter Bledsoe, a mainstay of the district champion Lady Cat softball team, committed to attend Central Methodist University in Fayette and play college softball …
This weekend, the curtain will go up at Logan-Rogersville High School on this year’s fall musical, “Disney’s Aladdin Jr.” The production will offer plenty of music, action and fun
Citizens Bank of Rogersville president Brian VanFossen, left, presented Logan-Rogersville’s Care to Learn chapter with a $5,000 donation, funded by the LR Spirit debit card program during its annual Care to Learn chapter meeting Wednesday, Oct. 11, at the Logan-Rogersville High School Librar…
Logan-Rogersville High School selected its Students of the Month for October. Front row, junior Grace Fielden (left) and freshman Timbre Banks (right). Back row, senior Dakota Kirk and sophomore Trey McDaniel.
A meeting for representatives and/or parents of children with disabilities placed in private schools or home schooled, and who are located within the Logan-Rogersville R-VIII School District will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29. The meeting will be held in the R-VIII Central Office, locat…
Seniors Elleigh Spragg and Jarrett Stiles were crowned Logan-Rogersville High School Homecoming Queen and King, respectively before the Wildcats faced Marshfield in Friday’s football game.