Caren Kemner New Quincy University Men’s Volleyball Coach
Quincy University has announced Caren Kemner as the next head men’s volleyball coach. Kemner comes to QU from Culver Stockton College, where she served as the head men’s volleyball coach for the past four years.
Cardinals Approved to Host Fans at Busch Stadium in 2021
The St. Louis Cardinals, in cooperation with the City of St. Louis and Major League Baseball, announced they have received approval to welcome guests back to Busch Stadium for the 2021 season, beginning on Thursday, April 8.
‘Biscuits for a Buck’ Pike Co MO Fundraiser February 12
It’s just about Biscuits for a Buck time in Pike County Missouri, and you can now pre-order. The North East Community Action Corporation is teaming up with Hardee’s restaurants in Louisiana and Bowling Green and Heat Up St. Louis.
NECAC Launches EYE Program
It sounds like something your optometrist came up with, but it’s more about a vision for the future than for now.
Girl Scouts Install ‘Little Library’ in Riverview Park
Girl Scout Troop 9197 recently installed a new Little Library at the big shelter at Riverview Park.
Quincy University, GLVC, Announce Spring Football Schedule
The Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) formally announced its shortened football schedule for the 2021 spring season, following a unanimous vote of approval by the GLVC Council of Presidents on October 6.
Discovered Works to Be on Exhibit in Hannibal
Never-before exhibited works by Fritz Giesendorfer will be on exhibit in Hannibal in a temporary gallery space, for a limited time only.
Value of ‘Living United’ Instilled Through Family Meat Donation
Helping those in need and creating a better community are values center to the Hulse Family, 4-H, and United Way.
Cardinal Nation Mourns Death of Bob Gibson
The St. Louis Cardinals organization, the St. Louis community and baseball fans everywhere were saddened late Friday night to learn of the passing of Hall of Famer Robert “Bob” Gibson at the age of 84.
NECAC Moves Residents of Clarksville Estates Apartments
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is finding new residences for 26 families of the Clarksville Estates apartments as a precaution after an inspection revealed rusting support beams at the 47-year-old complex.