$3,000 shop-at-home campaign begins Nov. 11

The Osage County Herald-Chronicle and 30 local businesses are joining together to sponsor Christmas on Us, an exciting promotion that will award prizes totaling $3,000 to people who shop locally at participating businesses.

Tigers advance on narrow win

LYNDON—The Lyndon Tigers moved through the playoffs Friday night with a 49-44 win over Northern Heights. The postseason win came less easily than the Tigers’ 36-0 shutout over the Wildcats at the end of the regular season.

“Northern Heights is a good football team and they played hard tonight,” said Lyndon coach Rod Stallbaumer. “We were fortunate to make enough plays to win.”

MdCV challenges 8-Man’s toughest in 68-52 battle

OSBORNE—The Marais des Cygnes Valley Trojans hung in for four rounds with undefeated Osborne in a 68-52 shootout almost 250 miles from home Saturday afternoon.

“We played well,” said MdCV coach Butch Jones. “We did not win the game, however we did not lose either. We are all proud of these boys.”

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Veterans Day events in Osage County

The communities of Osage County will host various events in and around the Veterans Day holiday.

Burlingame Elementary School will host a Veterans Day program 2 p.m. Nov. 11 in the high school gymnasium. Students will present essays. Veterans and the community are invited to attend the program.



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