With Niangua High School’s prom this Saturday, the Niangua Fire Department and Niangua R-V Schools decided to get an important message out to students beforehand about the consequences of drinking and driving and distracted driving during its mock accident/docudrama Thursday, April 12.
Niangua Elementary School will have preschool screenings from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 9 and from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. April 16. Kindergarten screenings will be from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 9 and from 4-6 p.m. April 10-12.
Free groceries and shoes were given away to students and faculty of the Niangua R-V School District Tuesday, Dec. 12, as part of an $18,000 grant that was awarded to the Niangua TLC organization by the Musgrave Foundation.
As part of their ecology project, seniors Melissa Letterman and Hailye Phelan from Niangua High School decided to give back to the community and encourage recycling by doing a Christmas shop event Saturday, Dec. 16, in the high school gym.
The Niangua R-V School District held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, Sept. 22, outside the Niangua Elementary School, to celebrate the start of its Early Childhood Center project.
The Niangua R-V School District is taking another step toward its Early Childhood Education Center, after the school board recently voted on and approved Bale Construction, Inc., as its contractor for the project.
Niangua police chief Teresa Lamm, right, gives Clayton Young an opportunity to sit in her patrol vehicle during the Touch A Truck event, hosted by the Niangua High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) on Saturday, Aug. 12, at the high school.
The Missouri FFA Association recognized Ellie Wantland (pictured front row at right) of the Niangua FFA chapter as the State Star in Placement at the 89th Missouri FFA Convention April 20-21 in Columbia.
Ten members of the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda chapter from Niangua High School recently traveled to Springfield for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference.
The Missouri FFA Association recognized Ellie Wantland of the Niangua FFA chapter as the Area 10 Star in Placement. Wantland is the daughter of Jeff and LeeAnn Wantland, Niangua. Her advisor is Caitlin Brown.
Niangua Schools competed in the Mark Twain Conference (MTC) Writing Contest on March 30, at the Library Center in Springfield, placing first overall in the junior high school division and second place overall in the high school division.
Students had a chance to show their loved ones some of the history-related crafts and projects they've completed during Niangua Elementary’s Night at the Museum on Thursday, April 13, in the Niangua Elementary School.
The Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival has added a new golf event to its schedule on Saturday, April 29. The inaugural Cherry Blossom Golf Tournament to benefit Niangua R-V Schools will be a two-person scramble with an entry fee of $100 per team at Whispering Oaks Golf Course, Marshfield, and …
Members of the Niangua Future Business Leaders of America participated in FBLA Week Feb. 6-11. The week began with 20 members traveling to Bolivar to participate in District 13 competition. Following the opening ceremony, several groups presented presentations in different categories and gav…
The Niangua Elementary School fifth-grade class celebrated their DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) graduation on Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the high school gym.
Although its Safe Kids bond issue did not pass during the election in April 2016, Niangua R-V School District obtained something even better — a nearly $1 million community block grant through the 2016 Start Smart Program.
A lot of fun and laughs were had this year at the Niangua FFA chapter Barnwarming, which was held Friday, Dec. 9, at the high school’s gym. To kick the evening off, 11 first-year members were awarded their Greenhand pins and eight second-year members received their Chapter Degree pins.
Community members are invited to feed their appetites and show support for a Niangua family during the all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner, from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, in the old gym at Niangua High School.
Bob Clayton, chaplain of the Springfield Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter II, spoke about the organization and thanked veterans for their service during Niangua R-V School’s Veterans Day program on Friday, Nov. 11, in the high school gym.