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From the archives: Trojans earn EMO championship

Posted on Monday, September 25, 2017 at 10:48 am

60 Years Ago
Sept. 27 , 1957
The Buchanan Trojans completed a 7-0 record in baseball with a 20-3 win over Montgomery County R-II. This gave them the Eastern Missouri Conference title. The basketball team will open their season Nov. 1 guided by Coach Jack Walz. They will play in the St. Francis Borgia, Normandy and Bowling Green tournaments this year.

 

50 Years Ago
Sept. 29, 1967
Louis Mordt and son Daryl, of Mordt Tractor and Equipment, have returned from an European trip to England, Belgium, and France.

Fireman Apprentice Richard. Eisenbath, USN of Troy, has completed basic engine-man school at the Great Lakes Training Center.

Among the new teachers employed by the Lincoln County R-III Schools includes John Ed Suddart and, Glen Ann Shride,

40 Years Ago
Sept. 28, 1977

After a year following a pollution incident, the state and Trojan Farms have reached a settlement The pollution was near their egg facility situated near Hawk Point.

C. Robert Hall has resigned his position on the Lincoln County R-III board of education due to health reasons, said Ray Davis, board president.

The Lincoln County Historical Society has voted to accept Lincoln County historical 101-year-old county jail.

 

30 Years Ago
1987
Those volumes have not been located.

20 Years Ago
Sept. 17, 1997
The Lincoln County R-III School

District has begun the attempt to become an “A+” School. Dan Busekrus, CTA president, outlined the goals for the Master Plan.

Marvin Bueneman and Paul Weinrich were honored upon their retirement as directors of the Lincoln County Farm Bureau board.

 

10 Years Ago
Sept. 26, 2007
The interchange at Route C and Highway 61 at Moscow Mills, was dedicated Sept. 22 with the Moscow Mills Chamber of Commerce holding a ribbon cutting ceremony.