Archive - Dec 7, 2012


Mariah Williams and Curtis Kotthoff crowned 2012 Winter Ball King and Queen-Full story

Pictured is Curtis Kotthof and Mariah Williams
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New Haven, Mo.
– Friday night, between the junior varsity and varsity games, Mariah Williams and Curtis Kotthoff were crowned the 2012 Winter Ball King and Queen in front of a packed house.

Pictured Mariah Williams moments after the King and Queen were announced.

The junior candidate and newly crowned Queen, Mariah Williams, is the daughter of Charisma and Marques Wright. Mariah is a member of the Pep Squad and Track and Field Team.

She enjoys hanging out with all of her wonderful friends, listening to Justin Bieber, and of course, loves shopping.  Mariah plans to pursue a career in special education, get married, and start a family in the future.

QUICK THOUGHT: Are you a proud American - Remembering Pearl Harbor

By Kyle Quick:

December 7, 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the nation for a reason that every President fears of having to do.  On this date, 71 years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered the greatest speech in our country’s history about one of the worst attacks our country had ever witnessed.

NASP world student-archery championship to be held in St. Louis

Arrows flew all day as almost 1,200 student archers competed at the 2012 MoNASP state tournament at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Winners and those with qualifying scores advanced to the national tournament.  Photo courtesy MDC.

ST. LOUIS, Mo – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) expects a spike in participation by Missouri student archers with the recent announcement by the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) that it will hold its 2013 NASP World Championship in St. Louis.

The event will be held June 28-30 at the America Center and Edward Jones Dome, home of the St. Louis Rams.