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Saints soccer team remain unbeaten with come-from-behind win at Sacred Heart
With back-to-back shutout wins over Lone Jack last week Tuesday and Summit Christian Academy two nights later and a 3-1 win at Sacred Heart on Monday, the Saint Paul soccer team continued its unbeaten season. It took a second-half rally, though, for top-ranked Saint Paul to get the job done against the second-ranked Gremlins, with Seth Rodewald leading the way...
Wellington's Reynolds too much for Saints
The homecoming festivities provided an air of excitement around the Saint Paul campus last Friday night, but Wellington was a team on a mission, and that mission put a damper on the festive atmosphere. After falling behind early, the Tigers followed the lead of quarterback Dallas Reynolds and reeled off seven straight touchdowns en route to defeating the Saints 48-23...
McCune scores five TDs in Cougars' win over SSHS
Home-standing Crest Ridge scored three touchdowns in the first and second quarters, building a 43-0 lead by halftime and rolled on to a 55-0 I-70 Conference victory over Sweet Springs on Friday. Kolin Reynolds put up the first score for the Cougars, but Noah McCune accounted for the next five sixes put on the scoreboard...
Mules score final 42 points in downing Concordia
At one point, the Concordia Orioles led the visiting Lone Jack Mules 28-20. Then the Mules kicked up their heels and left CHS in the dust by scoring the final 42 points in a 64-28 I-70 Conference victory Friday on Dorth Field. "They got an onside kick to start the second half and went down and scored, and after that, it seems like our kids flipped a switch and played better," LJHS head coach Jason Fenstermaker said...
Concordia native named USDA Chief of Staff in Washington, D.C.
Karla Thieman, originally of Concordia, started an exciting new venture with the United States Department of Agriculture last month -- she was named as the department's chief of staff. "Karla brings to this position strong leadership, sound judgement and a fierce passion for agriculture and rural America," said USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, in a press release. ...
Meet our publisher Thursday, Oct. 8
On Thursday, Oct. 8, The Concordian will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the community to have a chance to meet our new publisher, Randy List, who has 42 years of experience in the newspaper business. Randy E. List was introduced to the staff this past August prior to moving to Marshall. He began duties Monday, Aug. 31...
American Legion National Commander meets community at Monday event
Concordia American Legion Post 258 hosted a very special guest Monday morning, Oct. 5, at the Concordia Community Center -- American Legion National Commander Dale Barnett. He was elected to the position Sept. 3 at the end of the organization's convention in Baltimore, Md...
Aldermen conduct 2nd quarter review
At the Concordia Board of Aldermen meeting Monday night, Oct. 5, members conducted a review of revenues and expenses for the second quarter. Prior to the review, Concordia City Administrator Dale Klussman discussed the reimbursement of the city's Parks Capital Improvement Fund...
Work continues leading to El Patron opening
By the end of October or within the beginning of November is the estimation of Rafael Martinez Jr., for the opening of El Patron, at 202 NW Fourth St., in Concordia. The restaurant is gradually taking shape along with a new and bright exterior. Orange seemed like a good color choice for the establishment as it will be a Mexican restaurant, noted Martinez. ...
Boy Scouts honor American flag with retirement ceremony
Of the many symbols which represent the United States, the American Flag is the most instantly recognizable. However, after time the flag can become faded, torn or damaged in some other way beyond repair. It is at this time when flags receive the honor of retirement. Concordia Boy Scout Troop 258 held such a retirement Sunday evening, Sept. 27 at the Scout cabin on S. Gordon Street...
100 customers at one time
Thursday, Sept. 24, marked the start of the autumn three-day rummage sale hosted by Servants of the Saints (SOS), the Saint Paul Lutheran High School parents' organization. That first morning, more than 100 customers descended on the Weis Gymnasium annex at one time, according to organizers Cheryl Peters and Beth Schemmer...
Dramatic I-70 rollover crash
The south outer road of Interstate 70, approximately five miles west of Concordia, was closed briefly Tuesday morning, Sept. 29, after a dramatic rollover crash from the interstate.
According to Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper Elizabeth Lusk, ...
Work continues on Main Street construction
Steps leading to the sidewalks along S. Main Street are shaping up as construction continues by Chester Bross of, of Hannibal. According to Concordia City Administrator Dale Klussman, the ramp within the 500 block of S. Main Street angles weren't within Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, so ...
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