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MDC: March 1 is take-a-trout-to-lunch day in Missouri, trout season opening day

If Missouri is the state “Where the Rivers Run,” hatcheries at Missouri
trout parks are the confluence of spiritual health and financial wealth.

More than 1.7 million visitors from Missouri
and beyond flock to the Show-Me State’s four
trout parks each year.

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Porous-soled waders banned in Missouri trout waters as of March 1

A new MDC regulation takes effect March 1 to help keep Missouri a great place to fish. With catch-and-keep trout season opening March 1, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds trout anglers to help prevent the spread of a new threat to Missouri’s cold-water streams and rivers.

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Missouri Dept. of Conservation reports both archery deer and turkey harvests up from last year

Bowhunters posted increases in both deer and turkey harvests during Missouri’s 2011-12 archery deer and turkey hunting seasons, topping the previous year’s figures by more than one-third.

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Montgomery County R2 Lady Wildcats win big over Orchard Farm Lady Eagles in eastern Missouri conference game

by   Montgomery County
High School Coach Jessie Cobb

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Montgomery County High School Basketball floor being dedicated to Coaches Bill Ballew and Jim Snell Feb. 3

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Wellsville, Montgomery County joining for Pink Out basketball game Jan. 19 to benefit Helen Reagan Cancer Fund

Wellsville and Montgomery County are joining together to raise money for cancer awareness during the Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls basketball games on January 19, 2012 at 5:00 pm at Montgomery County.

This will also be Montgomery County’s first annual pink out game with Wellsville. Pink Out is a cancer awareness event where people wear pink in honor of a cancer survivor, current patient, or in memory of one who has lost the fight. T-shirts are available to order for $12 to benefit the Helen Reagan Cancer Fund. All proceeds will stay in Montgomery County.

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Missouri Conservation Commission sets 2012 deer & turkey regulations

JEFFERSON CITY–Hunters can start planning for next year’s turkey and deer seasons, thanks to recent actions by the Missouri Conservation Commission.

At its Dec. 15 meeting in Jefferson City, the Commission approved 2012 turkey-hunting regulations similar to 2011. The regular spring turkey season will run from April 16 through May 6. The fall firearms turkey season will run from Oct. 1 through 31.

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Montgomery County Girls Basketball defeat Elsberry

by Montgomery County High School Coach Jessie Cobb

On Mon., Dec. 5, the Montgomery County Lady Wildcats hosted Elsberry Lady Indians. The Lady Wildcats got off to a fast start and kept that up throughout the game. In the first quarter the Lady Wildcats missed a few easy baskets in the first minute but quickly made up for that by scoring 14 in the first quarter and held Elsberry to 0.

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Fulton Lady Hornets win by 3 points against Lady Wildcats Nov. 30

by Montgomery County High School Coach Jessie Cobb

On Thurs., Nov. 30 the Montgomery County Lady Wildcats played the Fulton Lady Hornets in round two of the Montgomery County Invitational Tournament. The Lady Wildcats took control in the first quarter off Fulton turnovers and great offensive work.

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Basketball scrimmage on Nov. 22 benefits Montgomery County Christmas Club

The Montgomery County Girls and Boys Varsity and JV teams hosted an inter-squad scrimmage on November 22nd, 2011. The purpose of this event was two-fold: to raise awareness and support for The Montgomery County Christmas Club and to showcase and support our Wildcat athletes.

Pictured above are Wildcat Senior basketball players: Front row: Amy Muchow, Rachel Miller, Ryan Hall, Caleb Davis, Brandy Reagan, and Courtney Thomas. Back Row: Travis Lee, Taylor Deves, Ryan Knipfel, Andrew Gaines, Shane Lotton, Nick Oden and Angela Wessel.

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