16-year-old Kiaria Burris found safe
The Versailles Police Department has canceled the Endangered Person Advisory for Kiaira Lazae Burris.
The Royal Arts Council will host auditions for its 2015 Old Tyme Apple Festival Musical, “Mary Poppins,” Monday and Tuesday evenings at The Royal Theatre in Versailles.
A Fulton woman has been charged in connection with a stabbing earlier this month in Versailles.
A Fulton woman was arrested after allegedly stabbing a Cuba man at Jacob’s Cave Sunday.
Kids Fun Fest coincides with free concert in Versailles
Returning for its second year, the Versailles Area Chamber of Commerce’s Concert in the Park will present Big Time Grain Co. Friday night at the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Versailles.
The Lake Area Community Orchestra (LACO) continues its nine-concert summer concert series Tuesday at West Lake Christian Church in Laurie.
Fourteen MCR2 high school students worked together, creating a poster contest for MCR2 middle school students to help them learn of the dangers of smoking as part of their CLEAR education called Making Our Mark II.
In support of the Relay For Life of Morgan County Saturday, organizers encourage businesses, schools and residents to decorate their storefronts, windows, bulletin boards and other features purple.
The Missouri Sheriff’s Association honored Cpl. Skyler Viebrock of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office as “ Corrections Officer of the Year.”
Two assemblies were held at Versailles High School March 18 as part of Kick Butts Day.
Youth from both Stover and Versailles middle and high Schools attended Speak Hard Conference March 25 at Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.
Students from Versailles High School attended the 28th Annual State Youth in Government Day April 14 at the Missouri State Capitol.
Morgan County R-2 seniors Raine Ryerson and Jonathan Cunningham received awards last month for their dedication to a healthier Missouri.
The U.S. Secret Service presented a plaque to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office Friday for its assistance in arrested a Stover man who made threats against the U.S. president.
The Versailles High School cheerleaders will host a Mini Cheerleading Clinic for any student, pre-K through fifth grade Tuesday, April 21.