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Pedestrian Hit, Transported To St. Louis Hospital

Jared W. Doss, 22, of Steelville, was struck by a truck backing out of a driveway and suffered serious injuries that resulted in him being transported to Barnes Hospital in St. Louis for further treatment. According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident happened at approximately 2:27 a.m. early Sunday morning, Oct. 12, at 403 Glassey Rd. just north of Cuba off Hwy. 19. Mr.... 
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MSHP Troop I Arrest Report

Oct. 5 – Jessica M. Dean, 29, Sullivan, was arrested in Crawford County on a St. Clair warrant for failure to appear on original charges of failure to report/leaving scene of accident. Oct. 6 – Brandon L. Lemons, 30, Lebanon, was arrested in Laclede County for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Oct.... 

WARHAWK SPORTS

Bourbon Junior High Cross-Country Team members Kyle Ware (L) and Seth Webb performed well at the St. James meet on Oct. 1st. This Week In Bourbon Sports Cross Country: At St. James on Oct. 1, Jered Nolie took home 5th place in the Varsity Boys contest, while Kyle Ware was 4th and Seth Webb 9th for the Junior Varsity. In the Junior High Girls races, Aiden Sheffel won 2nd and Sara Lilly was 11th. Delane... 

BHS Menus

Oct. 22- Oct. 28 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed fruit. Thursday – Scrambled egg burrito, pears. Friday – No School Monday – Waffles, banana. Tuesday-Biscuits & gravy, sausage, applesauce. Milk served daily. Cereal and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday – #1 Sausage, #2 Ham slice, Tater tots or garden vegetable cup, applesauce... 
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BES And BMS Menus

Oct. 22- Oct. 28 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed fruit. Thursday – Scrambled egg burrito, pears. Friday – No School Monday – Pancakes, banana. Tuesday-Biscuits & gravy, sausage, applesauce. Milk served daily. Cereal and toast or a smoothie and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday – #1 Sausage, #2 Ham slice, Tater tots or garden... 

First Grade Turtle Races

Story and pictures by Faith Skaggs First grade students have hit the ground running and are kicking off the year with the annual First Grade Turtle Races. Each year, the first grade classes begin the turtle races following the beginning of the year. Both, the teachers and the students, are always extremely excited about doing these races. Mrs. Cunio states, “My favorite part about turtle racing... 
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Kindergarten Apple Mania

Story and pictures by Elizabeth Greenlee The kindergarten had an apple of a week! On Monday, kindergarten students picked their own apples to make applesauce. They learned how to pick apples by hand and with an apple-picker. Students got to cut up the apples they picked with the help of a parent volunteer, Lisa Hormann. It was a lot of fun for the students to use a butter knife to cut up the apple... 
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Bourbon School Dunking For A Cure

Story and pictures by Allie Gibbs Bourbon Middle School would like to get your attention towards ALS. Bourbon Middle School participated in a fundraiser supporting ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Students and staff were encouraged to participate, and eighth grade students experienced the “Ice Bucket Challenge.” Bourbon Middle School raised $52.76 for a cure from the hat day fundraiser. Every... 
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Bourbon School

Walmart’s Teacher Reward Drawing Story by Aidan Sheffel Bourbon Elementary and Middle School teachers were drawn randomly for a $50 Walmart gift card to spend on classroom supplies along with a reusable Walmart bag filled with various goodies. The items in the bags included a small bottle of Germ X, Tic Tacs, hand lotion, a spiral notebook, and a package of tissues. The Walmart teacher reward drawing... 
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Math Peer Teaching! Story by Allyssa Joslin Each Friday, Fourth graders in Mrs. West’s class and eighth graders in Mrs. Sanborn’s Math Enrichment class meet up during third hour to work on their math skills. Each eighth grader is paired up with one or two fourth graders. Faith Skaggs, eighth grader, said, “I enjoy working with the fourth graders because, it’s a good experience to be able... 
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