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  • Bonness named interim boys coach at QND one day after Sheffield's resignation

    Bonness named interim boys coach at QND one day after Sheffield's resignation

    Thursday, January 29 2015 12:17 PM EST2015-01-29 17:17:18 GMT
    Athletic Director Bill Connell said Sheffield informed him of his decision at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, and the team was informed at 1:45 p.m. Connell said Sheffield will remain at the school as a guidance counselor. "This was 100 percent his decision," Connell said. "We have supported him over the last two years, and he has decided to resign to spend more time with his family." 
    Athletic Director Bill Connell said Sheffield informed him of his decision at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, and the team was informed at 1:45 p.m. Connell said Sheffield will remain at the school as a guidance counselor. "This was 100 percent his decision," Connell said. "We have supported him over the last two years, and he has decided to resign to spend more time with his family." 
  • Ex-Hannibal Boy Scout leader gets 20 years in federal prison in child porn case

    Ex-Hannibal Boy Scout leader gets 20 years in federal prison in child porn case

    Wednesday, January 28 2015 12:08 PM EST2015-01-28 17:08:34 GMT
    A former Boy Scout leader in Hannibal has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on child pornography charges. Ian F. Burow, 25, of Columbia, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes.
    A former Boy Scout leader in Hannibal has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on child pornography charges. Ian F. Burow, 25, of Columbia, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes.
  • Western Family STEM Night: 'They teach you stuff while you're having fun'

    Western Family STEM Night: 'They teach you stuff while you're having fun'

    Thursday, January 29 2015 11:56 AM EST2015-01-29 16:56:39 GMT
    BARRY, Ill. -- Western Elementary sixth-grader Netti Chaplin bundled an egg in lots of cotton balls, plenty of tape and a small milk carton. Then she dropped it four times from 10 feet onto the gym floor. "Well, it lasted three times," Netti said after the egg didn't survive its fourth landing. "That was pretty good." The egg drop station was one of several popular choices Wednesday at the Western School District's third annual Family STEM Night at the elementary school.
    BARRY, Ill. -- Western Elementary sixth-grader Netti Chaplin bundled an egg in lots of cotton balls, plenty of tape and a small milk carton. Then she dropped it four times from 10 feet onto the gym floor. "Well, it lasted three times," Netti said after the egg didn't survive its fourth landing. "That was pretty good." The egg drop station was one of several popular choices Wednesday at the Western School District's third annual Family STEM Night at the elementary school.

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