Stories of fear, confusion, and danger all about COVID-19 fill the headlines, making individuals pay closer attention to their physical health than ever before. But while all of this is occupying our minds, our mental . . .
Picture this. The lights are low and you can see a distant highway illuminated by a solitary car, shrouded by the trees on either side of the road. In the distance, up the mountain a ways, you can see the quiet blink of a red radio tower, . . .
In my blog about the previous week, I said that I had developed a schedule for my day. I have built on this and made designated work spaces, break times, and have set aside time to be on my phone or with my brother. . . .
One of the most renowned games from the past few decades is developed by Microsoft and is known as Age of Empires II . Released in 1999 the game has had a community that has never let go of a game that is known to be the best RTS game . . .
Many things have been changing here at Osborn High School and the coronavirus is affecting how everything is being decided. Senior trip is just the latest potential casualty with the school board and administration . . .
This school year has been unlike any that I have experienced in my years at OHS. I have been a student here since preschool and I have always had it in my mind that someday I would get to be a senior and walk across . . .
Due to the fear of spread of the coronavirus, we have had to transfer school entirely online. This is something that has good and bad things about it. The good thing is that I am able to get my assignments done in a much faster time period. . . .
The Coronavirus is affecting many school communities around us, and it’s affecting us here as well. I feel like the school is definitely handling it very well but I also feel like as a senior, I’m missing all my favorite lifetime . . .
The first week of doing online schooling has been absolutely horrendous. The reason I think this is because if I were at school, I wouldn’t have to do half of the assignments that are now required since I can’t do my . . .
The first week from home has gone really well for me. I was willing to be flexible with the schedule and open to new ways of doing the work in a different location. Most of my classes are from my chromebook, with the exception of History, . . .
I never really thought that I would go through the experience of learning from home. I have always liked public school and learning from home has never been something I have wanted to do. So, when I found out that school would be shut down . . .
We are all aware that the situation that the country is in isn’t very practical, but it's important to do what we can during these times. For instance, the schooling system had to take some measures to make sure that . . .
As I write this, it’s day five of the OHS quarantine. I’m calling it a quarantine because that’s exactly what this is- a pandemic, striking fear into the hearts of our administrators and governors, confining people to their . . .
Four days of not being around the people you spend the most time with. Four days of not following your same daily routine that you have had since August. Four days of not being around teachers that are preparing you for the . . .
March 19, 2020 - Everyone is either at home worrying about the current Pandemic, working their full time job, or doing online school. Things are getting cancelled by the hour due to Covid-19, and the Osborn Alumni Tournament is . . .
As you have more than likely seen on the news, COVID-19 is affecting a lot of people right now. On Monday, March 16th, the Osborn administration and school board made the decision to do schooling from home and encourage social . . .
The recent school closure has truly changed our extra curricular activities. Many things have been cancelled, and recently, Scholar Bowl was the latest to make the announcement. The varsity Scholar Bowl season was just . . .
The OHS FBLA Middle-Level and State competitors participated in State Testing for FBLA this week, meeting together in Mrs. Burns’s room Wednesday morning. “Students get . . .
Is this really happening? I think every person is still in shock that the 2019-2020 sports season was the last time for a while you will see Osborn compete as it’s own team. As an athlete I was shocked to hear . . .
The Osborn Stewartsville Co-Op will be happening next year. A lot of people seem to be happy about this decision but it reminds me of something. Last year we made a decision to go into a four day school week. . . .
Many schools have formed a co-op in the past in order to create a better team for both schools. So, now that Stewartsville and Osborn are going to be co-oping starting next year, I had mixed emotions. After thinking . . .
What does it mean to merge athletic programs with our neighboring town of Stewartsville? This has been a hot topic for quite some time now, sparking debate between our two communities and even some hard . . .
It’s the beginning of another Elementary Basketball season! Elementary basketball has just started and it seems to be a lot fun for the both boys and girls teams. This season the players get to . . .
On March 9th, Osborn and Stewartsville FFA Students traveled to Lathrop to compete at the 22nd Annual Lathrop Judging Day. The livestock judging team placed 8th out of thirty-two contestants. In this . . .
I think the co-op between Osborn and Stewartsville will bring many opportunities to the athletes of both schools. For many years, we have been in a co-op with Stewartsville for football and softball, which . . .
On Tuesday March 10th the Oborn HIgh School Scholar Bowl Team had their second meet at Stewartsville. Previously they were able to go with two wins and one loss. In this meet they wanted redemption and were hoping to . . .
Next year, two schools are deciding to come together for our favorite athletics. Throughout the years the two schools have been rivals in sports and never thought about the idea of coming together. Sadly . . .
The year really has gone by fast. So fast that the elementary students celebrated the 100th day of school. The first graders and the kindergarteners celebrated in many different ways. From dressing up as . . .
Reading doesn’t have to be a boring. You can have so much fun with it and our young Wildcats are proving that with Wildcat Readers. This allows the first graders and the kindergartners to read a book . . .
The National Honor Society welcomed three new members this year. Everyone who applied got accepted. To get accepted into the National Honor Society, you have to have a 3.675 gpa, and demonstrate good . . .
Recently the students in Mr. Rever’s gym glass have been learning about the game of hockey. Students have even been able to play it. Since the only place the kids can play is the gym, Mr. Rever . . .
Osborn Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss Week from March 3rd through March 6th. They had many dress up days and read various Dr. Seuss books; although those weren’t the only ways they celebrated Dr. . . .
Dr. Suess week this year has been filled with a bunch of wacky Dr.Seuss adventures for every elementary student. This week, elementary students have learned all about Dr. Suess week and have had a new . . .
For the past month the Osborn High School Scholar Bowl has been practicing. The Wildcats hoped to do well this season and build off of their season last year that went extremely well. . . .
High School Writing Day is an annual event for our OHS students, and this year, five lucky students were selected to participate and hone their craft at Missouri Western State University. At the college, a . . .
The merger between the Stewartsville and Osborn sports teams has been a hotly contested discussion for the past few months. Now that it’s official and most of the details have been set in stone, . . .
It’s been a hectic season for the OHS Boys’ Basketball team, but they reached the end of it just last Thursday at Districts. The boys played two games, one against Mound City and Dekalb. . . .
It all began with that shoe on the wall a show on a wall. Shouldn't be there at all. Dr.Seuss week has now been going on for a second day. Today is Wednesday, which means its . . .
February 26th the Jostens representatives came to Osborn High School and delivered caps and gowns to our graduating seniors. It is an annual tradition for the Wildcats and it definitely brings a . . .
The Lady Wildcats faced the Dekalb Lady Tigers for the fourth and final time this season at the District Basketball Tournament. The bleachers were packed and the fans were roaring; the atmosphere was . . .
It was the fourth quarter, and the Dekalb Tigers had the ball. Dekalb comes up for a shot. It hits the rime and bounces off, the game is over! Osborn has won their first game at districts and is moving on to the next . . .
On Monday February 24th, the Wildcats travelled to King City for the first round of the District 15 tournament. The Lady Wildcats got the #2 seed in the tournament, meaning that they played the Nodaway Holt . . .
This week in Stewartsville and Osborn was FFA week and to end it off, they all went on a field trip. The field trip was held at Altec in St. Joseph where they took a tour around the company. . . .
The Stewartsville community supports the Stewartsville FFA and as a thank you the FFA team put together a free lunch for the community on Wednesday, February 19. There was plenty of food for everyone . . .
Last night, February 20th, the Wildcats played their final regular season game at home. The Cats faced the Dekalb Tigers. Not only was it the last home game, but it was also Senior night. 10 Seniors . . .
On Monday February 17th, the Wildcats did not have school but that didn’t stop them from traveling to Winston to play a basketball game. The Lady Wildcats were really looking forward to this game. . . .
It was homecoming week here at Osborn High School! One of the biggest traditions our Wildcats do every year is the walk up! This year we had two attendants each from grades 9-12 walk up and get a chance to . . .
After playing a game just the night before, the Wildcats were tired when they had to face off against the Knights. They knew that they still had to give it their all though. Although both teams put up a . . .
What is the spirit stick? At the end of homecoming week the spirit stick is presented to the class that showed the most spirit during homecoming week. A lot of things go into how you get the spirit stick. . . .
This week during homecoming, stuco held an elementary trivia for all the younger kids. The trivia includes random questions about space the kids can answer and if they answer correctly they can win prizes. . . .
Homecoming Week is a very busy time around OHS. From wall building, and dress up days, to pep rallies with fun games, OHS is full of Wildcat Pride. During the pep rallies, students in grades Seventh through Seniors . . .
The Wildcat Basketball Teams faced off against the Rockport Bluejays last night, February 18. The game ended in a tough loss for both teams, with scores of 27-43 for the Girls, 73-45 and for the Boys. The . . .
It’s competition season for the OHS Middle-Level FBLA students again! The kids had their first study session on February 15, the day after Valentine’s Day, and it was pretty sweet! . . .
This OHS Homecoming came out great! Let’s take a look back at the costume contest for this week, and all of the exciting things it had to offer. On Tuesday, the . . .
Monday, February 3 the Lady Wildcats went against the Union Star Trojans. The girls ended the night with another win with a score of 70-45. Kylee Grimes led the game with the most points which was 23 altogether. When . . .
February 14th has long been a celebrated holiday of love, affection, and candy. Here at OHS, we love to celebrate the season with classroom parties and fun exercises for all the kids in the elementary . . .
Tuesday the 11th was when the madness began to start. That day marked the start of homecoming week where the high school joined in a series of games and dress up days to bring excitement for a game and a dance. . . .
FBLA is a very important program here at OHS. It is so important in fact that each class grades 7-12 has a member in the OHS FBLA chapter. Since FBLA impacts every student in this school, they celebrate FBLA every . . .
With four state qualifiers and a new district officer, the OHS FBLA have plenty to be happy about this week. The FBLA’s District Leadership Conference (DLC) was held on February 6th, and from all accounts, the . . .
Friday, January 30th the Lady Wildcats played the Pattonsburg Panthers in the last round for the third place trophy in the Gilman City Tournament. The Lady Wildcats won with a score of 59 to 56 and the girls defensive . . .
On Tuesday February 11th, the Osborn Wildcats faced off against the West Nodaway Rockets. This wasn't any regular game however, it was a benefit game for one of Osborn’s own alumni - Jessie Miller. . . .
On Friday, February 7th the Wildcats headed to Stewartsville for the annual rivalry game. This game was extra special this year. It is the last year the Wildcats will play against the Cardinals. Next year the two . . .
Every year, the Osborn Students make a Homecoming wall to celebrate their school spirit and the homecoming theme that year. This year, every class chose a theme that correlated with the Spacecoming theme this year. On . . .
A fight ensued at Nodaway Holt last Tuesday. The Trojans and the Wildcats battled it out for the chance at the sweet taste on Tuesday February 4th. The Osborn Wildcats despite being on the road, were ready . . .
On Wednesday, February 5th, Osborn High School hosted the Dekalb County Spelling Bee. The Bee recognizes and awards the top four spellers, in which this year were all from Osborn. First place was awarded to Eighth . . .
Starting on February 11 The Osborn Wildcat Homecoming week starts. This year our homecoming theme is Wildcats out of this World. As you can see, this theme is built around space. Each class selected these themes . . .
Basketball buddies is a program in which every Varsity Basketball player is matched up with one or two elementary students from kindergarten, first, or second grade. They spend some time reading and getting to know their . . .
In the frigid below-freezing temperatures of Wednesday, January 29, two of our OHS FBLA members have braved it out to the District Competition “Day One” Preliminary Rounds held at Missouri . . .
Over the course of the last two months Junior High Scholar Bowl has been participating in various meets. Their season came to a close yesterday on January 30th. Their last meet was at Mound City with a . . .
Thursday January 16, Osborn Junior high Scholar Bowl competed against Tarkio. There are 9 members in Scholar Bowl this year and they seem to be doing a good job this year. In round one the wildcats went . . .
The boys lined up on the sideline to stand for the National Anthem. After the song was over, they knew that they had to get their heads in the game. The starters were announced and the boys were ready to give it their . . .
The Wildcats played in the second round of the Gilman City Tournament on Thursday, January 30th. Both Wildcat teams faced the Princeton Tigers. The Princeton Boys are ranked sixth in the state for class . . .
On January 27th, the Wildcats traveled to Gilman City to play in the first round of the Gilman City Invitational Tournament. The Lady Wildcats faced off against the North Harrison Lady Shamrocks. The game ended with a . . .
The crowd was cheering and the girls were filling with nerves. The Lady Wildcats are positioned on the court, ready to play. The referee tweets his whistle and the ball is thrown up. The game has begun. . . .
Can you spell “Perfume”? This was the winning word of the annual Osborn Elementary & Junior High Spelling Bee, the preliminary round to the Conference Spelling Bee. Thirty-nine different . . .
On Tuesday, January 15, some up and coming Student Council members attended the Youth Leadership Summit in St. Joseph. Members who attended included President Brionna Frans, Vice-President Olivia Dierenfeldt, and . . .
The crowds were cheering and the ball was pounding on the court. Coaches were yelling at their players and the players were talking to each other. The Osborn Tournament has begun. On . . .
On January 9th, the Wildcats traveled to Hopkins to face off against the North Nodaway Mustangs. Both the Boys and Girls Basketball Teams faced a fast paced game; in which case the lead swapped back and . . .
The Wildcat Basketball Teams played in the Second Round of the Osborn Invitational Tournament, both teams securing wins against their opponents. The Lady Wildcats defeated the Polo Panthers, with a score . . .
It’s a new semester here at OHS this year and some additions are being added to the community. One of the biggest changes for us is the new Osborn app. The Osborn app was published over Christmas break and is . . .
The School was finally set up. Tables set up in each room with four chairs behind them. The School was finally ready for the meet that night. On January 9th four schools . . .
On January 3rd the Osborn Wildcats faced East Atchison at home. East Atchison is a team of two schools, Tarkio and Fairfax. East Atchison girls are ranked number one in the State for class two. Even though the . . .
On December 20, 2019, the Wildcats faced Platte Valley. Platte Valley is a team of two schools, Jefferson Eagles and South Nodaway Longhorns. Despite the Wildcats hard work, both games ended in a loss. . . .
The Osborn Mass Media team and class would like to thank all of those who decided to support us this year. Today we will be thanking Jackson Farms for their purchase. . . .
On , Tuesday December 17th Osborn's FBLA started their DLC testing. Every year students in grades 9-12th test on a district level, competing to qualify for state finals. If they place in the top . . .
On Thursday December 12th the Osborn High School Music Program had their annual concert in the old gym. The concert featured two Glee Clubs, The Osborn Wildcats Band, and Lucas Berning playing a solo. . . .
This semester has been filled with learning experiences, accomplishments, and more. The Mass Media team started off the year attempting to figure out their newest publication, Breaking the News. Throughout . . .
The night started off with a victory, but ended in a tragedy. Both teams had fought hard, but only one of our Wildcat basketball teams came out on top. On Tuesday, December . . .
The Osborn High School Mass Media would like to thank their sponsor, the Ostendorf Family Dentistry. Without their support Mass Media would not be able to create their yearbook and many other productions. . . .
Homecoming season is rapidly approaching and the classes are starting to prepare. On Tuesday, December 17th, each class met with their sponsor to decide on their class homecoming theme. The overall theme . . .
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for OHS FBLA! The group held their final high-school study session for DLC testing Saturday the 14th, and it also happened to be their first FBLA social of the year. The . . .
The stakes were high for the Lady Wildcats. They had gone 4-0 for their first four games. They were going to play hard and put in full effort to take the win. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to pull . . .
On Friday, December 13th, the Osborn Wildcats played the Tri-County Mustangs. The Boys Basketball fought hard for the entirety of the game. They took the lead and kept it from the beginning of the game, . . .
It’s the holidays again, and everybody’s looking for reading material- even the kids. If you’re looking for good books to read with your kids this December, look no further. . . .
Most people have some sort of large meal on Christmas. For my family we eat your typical food; ham, potatoes, and some sort of vegetable. In America this is what you will typically find on the table. We . . .
It’s the holiday season and that means that it’s the season of giving. But what happens when you don’t know what to give your friend or family member that is an OHS student. Worry no more, I’m here to give . . .
Every time Christmas rolls around, the tradition of putting wish lists together comes around and people hope that they will get those things. But what if OHS could put together a wish list? If it was possible, what would . . .
When I think of watching a movie during the Holidays, I think of grabbing a warm fuzzy blanket, drinking hot chocolate with whipped cream on top, while having the glowing lights of the Christmas tree in the . . .
Christmas singing, band playing, recorder playing and everything that’s merry and bright is coming to OHS this holiday season. December 10th Osborn School hosted their annual Christmas concert for . . .
Are you struggling to get money for the holidays? Most people think if you do not have any money, then you can not give christmas gifts. Well that is not true. Here are some ideas for gifts to give if you . . .
It’s that time of year again! Where people are jingling and caroling all season long with family and friends. Don’t know what music to play though? Well don’t you worry, I’m here to give you . . .
On Tuesday December 10th, the Junior high Boys basketball team wrapped up their season. The “A” team went undefeated, going 13-0. For their last game the Wolverines played the Cameron . . .
Coming off the bus, they boys radiate confidence. They were going to win this game and they wouldn’t settle for anything less. They warmed up, stretched, and set up for the tip off. The referee threw the ball up and the game began. . . .
With the boys already losing their first game, they knew they needed to come out strong to win against the Dekalb Tigers. The Wildcats took the court prepared for the battle ahead. The boys kept the game close, . . .
The Wolverines were ready for battle. They touched the court with their heads already in the game. They started off strong in the beginning and kept the momentum through the end. . . .
After winning the first round of the PVI Tournament, the Lady Wildcats suit up for a second game; this time against St. Joseph Christian. The crowd was roaring with cheers, the players focused their minds specifically . . .
Every year, Osborn’s sophomores visit the Hillyard Technical Center in Saint Joseph, MO, to get a grip on all the school has to offer, and the vast varieties of careers in fields that they may not have thought . . .
After a long bus ride, the Varsity Boys Basketball team had to take on the first round of the tournament. Although the Wildcats fought hard, the strain of the late night and the disadvantage of having only . . .
It is the opening game for both the girls and the boys. With nerves high as it is the first game, the athletes prepare themselves for the game ahead. As the girls run out you can feel the energy in the air. The . . .
The Platte Valley Invitational tournament is underway. On Monday, December 2nd, the girls played their first game in the first round of the tournament. The girls got the one seed in the tournament, meaning that they . . .
It’s getting close to the holidays, Wildcats, and the Student Council members are determined to help those in need through the Green Hills Women’s Shelter drive. The StuCo will be collecting items throughout the week . . .
It’s getting close to the holidays, Wildcats, and the Student Council members are determined to help those in need through the Green Hills Women’s Shelter drive. The STUCO will be . . .
The ball made its final thump on the court at the end of the 2018 - 2019 Wildcat varsity season. The boys went 3-19 and the girls went 9-14 . While the records were stronger than those in previous years, every . . .
The ball began to bounce up and down. The players passing it between each other warming up for one of their last games. The Wolverines were getting ready. They were all ready to have a great game. Lions vs Wolverines . . .
As I think about the many things I’m thankful for, a lot of ideas come into mind. I think of all my friends, family, and animals that were brought into my life and the memories I was blessed to be given . . .
This year, as usual, I am thankful for several things. I am thankful for all my friends, family, my sister, and cheer. My friends are my biggest supporters in life. I can always go to . . .
When asked what I was most thankful for this year, I had a hard time at first. This was not because I’m not thankful for anything, it was because I am thankful for a lot of things. It was difficult to narrow . . .
This year, I’m thankful for two things: My family, and the internet. I’m going to start on that second one, because everyone is probably going to yell at me for it. Before . . .
Every year when Thanksgiving rolls around, I always think about everything that has happened through the year and take a look at all the things I’m thankful for. This year when I was thinking, the first thing . . .
On Saturday, November 23, families, friends, and Osborn community members gathered to meet this season’s Wildcat Basketball Players and Cheerleaders. During Meet the Wildcats, the athletes showcased the skills . . .
As usual I am thankful for many things. This year though, I am thankful for a few specific things. I found out in May that both my Sister and my Sister-in-law were expecting their first kids. I am . . .
Most people when they pick what they are thankful for it ends up being something like their family or friends. Without this country we would not be able to celebrate those things. My country allows me to . . .
This week the class of 2020 started their red wheel fundraiser in order to raise money for their senior trip. This year the senior class has decided to take their trip to Washington D.C and explore the . . .
Sur-Gro is a proud sponsor of the Osborn Mass Media Team this year. Without their support, Mass Media would not be able to produce their newscast, yearbook, or blogs. . . .
On Thursday November 21st, the Lady Wildcats played for Consolation at Winston against Union Star. Union Star finished the game with only two players. To show great sportsmanship Coach Ashley Beers had . . .
With blood shortage being a problem and the Community Blood Center, the Osborn annual blood drive was very important. With surrounding hospitals relying on the blood to come from the center, everyone who . . .
The Osborn High School Mass Media would like to thank their sponsor Mark L. Carr D.D.S. Without their support Mass Media would not be able to create their yearbook and many other productions. . . .
The Junior High girls basketball season is quickly coming to an end. On Tuesday November 20th the Lady Cats had their first game in the pool play tournament at Winston. The Lady cats had a tough loss against the . . .
On Wednesday November 20th the Lady Wildcats played in their second game in the Winston Tournament. The Lady Cats faced the Pattonsburg Panthers. Earlier in the year the Lady cats . . .
On Saturday, November 23rd, Osborn community members, families, and friends will gather to meet this year’s Wildcats. Meet the Wildcats is an annual tradition at OHS that was introduced last year. . . .
On Thursday November 14th, the JH Osborn Lady Wildcats played the Pattonsburg Panthers for their last home game of the season. The Wildcats started out rough, not scoring any points in the first quarter. Towards the . . .
On Tuesday November 12th, the Lady Wildcats traveled to Avenue City for their last regular season away game. The game started out rough for the Wildcats. The Lady Wildcats dug themselves in a hole early on . . .
On Thursday November 7th, the Junior high Lady Wildcats traveled to our rival school, Stewarstville. The Lady Wildcats could not ever pull ahead of the Cardinals. The Cardinals had height on the Wildcats . . .
On November 12, freshman, sophomores, and juniors got the chance to speak to a representative for MU to help condense their college choices, while seniors found out more about the college they were planning to go . . .
On Friday November 8th, Osborn School held their annual Veterans Day Assembly to honor our local Veterans. The High School Band played the National Anthem to start the program off. . . .
American Enterprise Day was founded by President Jimmy Carter when, in 1980, he declared that November 12 would celebrate free enterprise. Schools celebrate this day in various ways, from hosting a Monopoly tournament . . .
As the girls hustle down the court, Josie Brush dribbles the ball down the court, attacks the hoop and shoots the ball into the hoop, the crowd roars as she had just scored two points for the JH girls . . .
The Osborn High School Mass Media would like to thank their sponsor Independent Farmers Bank. Without their support, Mass Media would not be able to create their yearbook and many other productions. . . .
Getting the ball up and down the court is what the game is all about. The Wolverines hoped to be able to come away with a win. During their warm ups it seemed like it would be a good game. They set up for the tip off. The . . .
Many of us will bemoan Veteran’s Day as a waste of time, a bore, and much, much worse. I will admit that I have been a part of that crowd before, but Veteran’s Day is much more than assemblies . . .
With five seconds left on the clock, Addie Jackson was on the line shooting free throws. She dribbled to prepare herself, took a breath, and shot the ball. The ball arched as it went through the air . . .
On Monday, November 4th, you could hear a pin drop in the Charles Johnson Theater at Northwest Missouri State University. Students from across the 275 Conference stood still on stage, awaiting direction . . .
Three of our OHS high schoolers visited Omaha, NE on October 29 and 30 with the co-op-ed Ag class. In Omaha, the students visited the Henry-Doorly Zoo, Boys Town, and the CHI Health Arena. . . .
Sweat ran down their backs as they heard the crowd cheer. The ball was pounding on the floor as they ran down the court. They went into overtime and the Lady Wildcats worked hard to do their best that . . .
On October 30th, the anatomy class, Denny Hankins, Alyssa White, Olivia Dierenfeldt, and Mackenzie Perry, traveled to Kearney, Missouri, where they visited Dr. Sami Stokes at her chiropractic business, . . .
It was a rough loss for the Wildcats. The Wildcats were in foul trouble early in the game. The Trojans just kept scoring and pulling ahead of the Wildcats. We never stopped fighting. It took until the . . .
This past Friday night, on the 25 of October, the Stewartsville Cardinals took the field for one final regular-season game. Unfortunately, they lost to the Dekalb Tigers, with a score of 66-20. . . .
Five in the morning is not your typical time for most people to wake up on a Saturday. It had started to frost that day with the promise of a warm afternoon. The Osborn High School Marching Band were preparing for the . . .
Friday, October 25, the Osborn School hosted a dance-a-thon. They did a dance-a-thon in honor of the students who donated money to Retrieving Freedom. This is an organization that helps raise money and awareness for . . .
The roar of the crowd fills the stands. The court resounds with each landing thud of the basketball, like the beat of a pensive drum. The girls on the floor sprint back and forth, back and forth, each vying for . . .
On Tuesday October 22, some of the Osborn junior and senior class went to the Craig School of Business to tour the business department. The students took a Missouri Connections test, and if they got . . .
October 23rd, 2019, the Osborn Cross Country team traveled to Richmond. This was the first time that Osborn ran at the Richmond Invitational. The outcome was great. Four girls competed in the Junior . . .
There’s less than a minute left on the clock. After their last time out, the Wildcats headed back on the court after having a quick talk with their coach. They had the lead and they were determined . . .
October 17th Osborn High School hosted a FAFSA night for our seniors to sign up for for financial aid. This gives the seniors here at Osborn High School a head start for college and whatever kind of aid they can get . . .
On Friday October 18th, FBLA hosted the Elementary dance. The dance is specifically for grades Kindergarten through Sixth grade. The dance is usually only hosted three times a year. Future Business Leaders of . . .
On Thursday, October 17th Osborn High School had an assembly for being situationally aware of their surroundings. During this assembly students learned how to watch their surroundings and to stay safe whenever they get a tense . . .
The gym is dark and the lights are flashing on and off, on and off. Music starts from the back corner, playing from a small speaker wedged between bowls of store-bought cupcakes and Great Value potato chips. A few . . .
The basketball went down the court as the girls practiced their layups. Later they practiced their defensive stance. After that, worked on their free throws with down and backs for everyone they missed. The grind . . .
During Friday night’s football game, the Stewartsville Cardinals defeated the South Nodaway Longhorns. Fans gathered on this cold evening to celebrate the final home game of the season and honor all . . .
Everyone has settled into their seats. Chatter fills the hall as people wait for the show to start. The lights dim and the room goes silent, the symphony begins. On . . .
The Osborn High School Mass Media would like to thank Lisa Goin, DDS for their support in a sponsorship! Without their support we would not be able to make our yearbook! Lisa Goin, DDS is a well . . .
This year the Osborn School is participating in the Retrieving Freedom Fundraiser. Retrieving Freedom is a non-profit organization that trains service dogs to help veterans who are physically and mentally disabled our . . .
On Friday October 12th, the Osborn Student Council officers took a trip to Staley High School for the annual Student Council District Meeting. Osborn is part of the Northwest District. Every year the school who wins . . .
On Wednesday October 9th, the Osborn Junior and Senior Class traveled to Missouri Western State University for their annual college fair. The college fair is where several colleges come to Missouri . . .
Picture this. You’re standing in the Old Gym, breathing in the sights and sounds. On your right, teenagers compete to throw a football through a tire. On your left, a girl makes a perfect three-point shot, all . . .
On Monday October 14th the Osborn Cross Country team traveled to Mound City for the 275 Conference meet. The weather was perfect running weather, roughly 72 degrees. There was only one full girls team. The other schools just had . . .
The day was a freezing Saturday. That night frost had moved in and froze the windshields of cars stuck outside. The Wildcats Marching band waited for their fellow band members to enter the school and . . .
After a defeat against the Stanberry Bulldogs, last Thursday, the Cardinals needed a win to brighten their spirits for Districts later that week, so they did just that. The Varsity Cardinal Softball Team . . .
Thwack! Another ball goes into the net. The girls sag, disappointed. The other team goes up for a set, misses, but bounces back. The girls scramble to defend their court. They beat the ball- small, and . . .
As Stewartsville Last Cardinals walked off the bus, warmed up, and started their first inning into their game against the Stanberry bulldogs at Stanberry October 10, a new stumbling block hit the girls. . . .
With sweat on their necks, the Wolverines knew that losing was not an option. They had to keep their heads high and push through in order to come out on top. In the end, it all paid off. . . .
The Wildcats were lining up and waiting for the signal to start. A cool breeze from the north rushed over the runners. They ran one race together because a storm was moving in. It began to rain right when they . . .
The JH OHS softball team went out to Trenton over this weekend, to play a tournament on October 5. Their first game was against Milan, and they were unsure how to feel. . . .
The Junior High Cardinals step on the football field ready to defend their home turf. This is the last chance the players will be able to defend their field against their opponents. They focus in, ready to take on the . . .
The air is cool and the sun is setting as the Lady Cardinals work to maintain their lead on defense. With great catches and with amazing pitches, the team proves that hard work pays off. . . .
On Thursday, the Osborn Sophomore class returned for another year of My Success Event. Every year the sophomores travel to Wyatt Park Baptist Church and learn more about different career pathways. Students can learn . . .
With only having a week to prepare, the Osborn FFA Students were timid about competing in livestock for the Northwest Missouri State University Fall Contest. As they walked into the livestock barn, they began to have . . .
The smell of dust is clogging the air. The sky is darkening, the sunset burning harsh gold. It’s the second game and the top of the seventh. This is it- make or break. The Lady Cardinals are ahead by . . .
On October 3rd the Osborn/Maysville Junior High volleyball team played the Trenton Bulldogs at Maysville High School. The Junior High volleyball team has been hard at work since the season started. The . . .
On October 1, the Elementary Scholar Bowl traveled to St. Paul Luteran for their final meet of the season. They played three schools last night. Winning two out of the three matches. . . .
With only two wins of the season, the Wolverines tried to keep their heads up for the game ahead. They couldn’t let the past affect how they play. As the National Anthem played the girls prepared . . .
The Maysville/Osborn Junior High Volleyball team played a double header against North Nodaway and Hamburg, a team from Iowa. They lost both games with the other teams winning both sets. The games were A team only, . . .
On Tuesday, October 1st the Osborn Cross Country runners traveled to Krug Park for the Irish Invitational. This meet is always hosted by Lafayette High school. Every year the course includes the Krug Park . . .
Picture it. The smells, the sights, and the spookiness. A zombie lumbers past, groaning softly. The streetlamps glow an eerie shade of red. Something is following you through the foggy park. You’re faced with a . . .
On Friday, September 27, 2019, the Stewartsville Cardinal Football team took on the Southwest Livingston Wildcats. The final score of the game was 48-0, the Wildcats walked away with the win. It was a . . .
The weather was terrible; a thunderstorm was just overhead the shed where barnwarming was being held, but it didn’t stop the group from having a seriously good time. On Saturday, September 28, 2019, . . .
The K-3 classes walks into the cafeteria and they saw the Tooth Fairy and Tooth Wizard. Excitement fills their faces, anticipating what is about to happen. On Thursday September . . .
The sun was high and the wind was strong as the Lady Cardinals entered the dugout for the game. Confident in their abilities, the game began. On Monday, September 30, the . . .
The Osborn Mass Media would like to thank one of our many sponsors, Independent Farmers Bank. Without their support, Mass Media could not produce their yearbook and many other productions. . . .
The smell of dust and dirt was all around her, surrounding her. Behind her, the catcher shifted, waiting for the next thwack of a ball in her glove. The girl readied her bat, . . .
On September 26th, the Stewartsville Lady Cardinals softball team traveled to Dekalb for a second chance against the Tigers. Their first game with Tigers was September 10th at SHS. The Cardinals went down 15-0 at that . . .
On September 27, the Maysville Wolverines battled the St. Joe Christian Lions. They played at home in their hot gym, which didn’t help them or the Lions. The Wolverines set up for the first serve . . .
With sweat on their necks and determination in their hearts, the Wolverines had their best and longest volley of the season during their game on Tuesday, September 24. They proved that hard work pays off throughout . . .
It was the bottom of the fifth inning when the Jefferson shortstop fell short at fielding a ball hit by Mackenzie Meek which led her to getting on first base. Jordyn Haskell was up next to bat, . . .
It was almost the last inning of the game, and the JH softball players were on offense. It seemed like a hopeless game, with a deficit of eight runs, but anything was still possible. With two outs already, . . .
On Tuesday, September 24th, the Elementary Scholar Bowl team traveled to Northeast Nodaway in Ravenwood for their third meet of the season. The Osborn Wildcats played four other teams, winning two of the . . .
On September 24, 2019, the Osborn Cross Country squad traveled to the Rosecrans Air National Guard Base for the Duane Kimble Invitational hosted by Benton High School. This is not your average Cross . . .
A new scenario hit the Stewartsville Lady Cardinals Monday, September 23 when they were forced to play on a turf field against West Platte. All of the previous games this season and previous seasons have been dirt . . .
The Osborn Mass Media Team would like to thank Plato’s Closet for sponsoring them this year. Their sponsorship along with many others allows Mass Media to continue to produce a variable amount of . . .
Today we would like to spotlight one of our Mass Media sponsors, His and Hers Sports Gallery. Without their support, Mass Media product wouldn’t be possible. His and Hers Sports . . .
The Stewartsville Cardinal football players were about to face the Orrick Bearcats, the number one team in the conference. They knew going in that it was going to be a tough game, but they didn’t realize that . . .
The conditions were hot and fierce at Maysville field during Monday night’s match. The Wolverines and the Mules were focused on one thing...winning. Unfortunately, by the end of the night, only one . . .
Tuesday, September 17th the Osborn cross country runners ran their third meet at the veterans memorial at Cameron Missouri. Two of our very own runners placed in a very competitive meet. Brionna Frans placed 21st with the time of 29:01 and . . .
It was a warm afternoon, Tuesday here at Osborn School. Osborn Elementary Scholar Bowl team awaited their first match in the second grade room. Around 4:30 the meet began. With Questions being . . .
On the 17th of September, a hot and muggy afternoon in Maysville Missouri, the Junior High softball team gathered on the field to face their opponent, the Milan Wildcats. The . . .
The smell of salt and sweat snaked through the simmering air. Shouts rose from the stands, a heavy and beating thrum surrounding the field. The pitcher wiped sweat from her brow. It was the bottom of the fourth, and . . .
Walking in the ASVAB room, you will see nothing other then pencils moving, quiet students, and the sound of a ticking clock. This is a room of students ready to determine what their best field of . . .
On Monday, September 16, the Varsity Lady Cardinals took on the Varsity Lady Pattonsburg Panthers, and it all came down to one hit. It was one to nothing, and the Lady Varsity . . .
The air was cold and the day was quiet as the lady cardinals were warming up and stretching for the first game of the tournament. The sleepy team had loaded at 6 and spent an hour on the bus to reach Polo. Play . . .
The Maysville JH Volleyball A and B teams suffered a loss to Union Star during last night’s match. The crowd came expecting another blowout win like last Thursday, but instead watched quite a battle. . . .
It was a hot day, the temperature was roughly 96 degrees with high humidity which meant running conditions were at their worst, and the runners felt it every step of the way. With the heat being a big . . .
On Monday, September 16th, one Stewartsville JH Receiver, Aiden Mathews had one of the best games of the season. Mathews scored two touchdowns along with a conversion. He was showing off his football . . .
For most little kids a school day is full of many activities. Most of those activities they probably won’t won’t remember by the time they graduate. But they do remember certain events such as Christmas, . . .
With not enough players to fill a B team, the Junior High Softball Maysville Wolverines were forced to play a double header. With athletes exhausted from their prior defeat, the Wolverines stood no chance. They knew . . .
When you walk in the gym, the thundering roar of the crowd fills you ears. Immediately, you turn your attention to the first volleyball game played in over seventy years for the Maysville Wolverines. That . . .
Playing one of the hardest teams in the conference is never an easy thing. Taking the field knowing they are watching is scary enough. You don’t want to look bad, but you’re over thinking and in the end . . .
Pulling up to a car crash is not fun, but causing the crash is way worse. Whether the victim is minorly injured or seriously hurt, it’s not the funnest thing to be involved in. Imagine walking to school when . . .
Creating a yearbook is not cheap. It takes a publishing company, a cover designer, and the hard work of the Mass Media Team. So, how exactly do we afford to create the yearbook? . . .
Speech therapy helps students, adults, and more with their language and speaking skills. It is meant to allow these members to speak more clearly. Last year Osborn’s Speech Pathologist, Linda Utz, retired, leaving an open . . .
The Osborn R-0 School District has hired a new Special Education Teacher for this school year. The new Special Education Teachers name is Doug Yates. He took over Marsha Bashor’s teaching position . . .
Towards the end of last year, the Osborn R-0 school district received a new School Resource Officer. Deputy Jaylee Baker has been very active during her little time she has worked at Osborn High School. . . .
Have you heard of all the changes the Osborn R-0 school made over the summer? There were technology changes, construction changes, and even some school week changes. The district made a number of changes . . .
At seven years old, Haydyn Campbell picked up a pair of skates and went to the ice. When she first started, she had the intentions of joining hockey. At her first hockey practice, she decided it wasn’t for her. Although she . . .
Haily Davis, a senior, placed 5th in Medical Terminology Information, for the Missouri SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference. The conference was at State Technical College of Missouri in Linn Missouri. The Missouri . . .
When you walk in the convention hall you will see tons of blue and gold. Excitement fills the air as corduroy jackets fill the seats with no one individual standing out. The convention hall is filled with tons of cheering, . . .
Sargent Bain of the National Guard came in on Friday, April 26th to teach the high schoolers about situational awareness. He had a presentation that gave tips on how to prevent being attacked. The Golden Rule was ¨The more the . . .
Thursday, April 25th was an exciting day for the Wildcats. They traveled to North Andrew for a track meet, and they left with plenty of medals. Despite the chilly and windy weather, the Cats excelled. Not only were there lots of . . .
This week was the MSHSAA state music festival in Columbia. Any musician receiving a 1 rating at districts traveled to be apart of the festival. Similarly to districts students performed their pieces for judges and received ratings. Emma . . .
The Varsity Track team travelled to Saint Joseph Christian for a tough track meet on Thursday, April 18. Trista Riley placed 7th in the 3200 Meter Run, with a time of 14:32.52. The Girls 4x100 Meter Relay placed . . .
He had adrenaline running through his body. He knew he had performed to the best of his ability, but was it good enough to take the win? His heart started pumping faster as they started to call the winner. They announced his name . . .
Osborn FBLA members competed at the District Leadership Conference in testing events to see if they would make it to state or if they would have to choose a straight to state event. Every member who went besides one placed high . . .
National Honor Society is hosting their second blood drive today. Last year was the first year NHS had a blood drive. We are hoping for a big turnout because they hand out a scholarship to a senior in NHS. Hannah Cochran . . .
This week, starting April 15th, elementary students and high school students will be testing. Elementary students will be taking their MAP tests. 3rd and 4th grade are taking the ELA and Math MAP tests, 5th grade is taking ELA, . . .
Thursday, April 11th, the Osborn Junior High Track Team traveled to North Andrew for their meet. It was a cold and windy day, but that didn't stop the Wildcats from placing in their events. Sarah Riley . . .
On April 10th, the 7th Graders took a trip to Northwest Missouri State University. Before they traveled to Maryville, MO they had a few lessons they had to do. They had to fill out an interest inventory that helped determine what . . .
The Junior High Track and Field team brought home 11 medals at the Cameron meet. 7th grader Josie Brush got 5th Place in Triple Jump and 3rd Place in 800 Meter Run. 7th grader Alyssa Sanderson placed 4th in 100 . . .
Varsity track athletes traveled to Chillicothe, Missouri on Wednesday, April 10th to participate in the Southwest Invitational track meet. The Lady Wildcats placed 5th as a team, out of 17 teams, just one point behind . . .
This week the Osborn Wildcat track members have two meets back to back. This was their first out of those two. It was a good thing that this meet was held in Cameron considering the athletes had to be up early the . . .
The Junior High track team traveled to Mound City to compete. Braxton Gibson placed 1st in high jump, 4th in long jump, and 4th in the 400. Sara Riley placed 2nd in the 100, 3rd in the 200, and tied . . .
On April 8th, at 6:00 p.m., the Osborn National Honor Society inducted 6 new members. Qualifications to join this society are to have a GPA of at least 3.67 and to demonstrate the four aims. The aims are leadership, character, . . .
This year, the Osborn Academic Team welcomed in a new member who they have never had on their team. She moved in from Osborn's rivalry school, Stewartsville, and decided to play for Osborn this year. She competed in every . . .
On April 4th, the junior high track and field team had their first meet at Albany. The Cats brought home 5 medals. Three athletes on the team placed in the top 8 in their events. 7th grader Ele Thorpe placed 6th in the . . .
Monday, April 1st, Varsity track athletes competed in Albany. Competition was tough, there were Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 schools at this meet. No athlete medaled, but Denny Hankins threw the javelin 114 . . .
On April 6th, the Wildcats attended districts at Norbourne. Unfortunately, the Wildcats were missing many players because of prom, so the team was sophomores and freshmen. Although the Wildcats won’t be going on, they still . . .
Saturday, April 6th, the Wildcats had a special night. The class of 2020 hosted the Junior/Senior prom at Backwoods Venue 222 in Gower. All of the juniors besides Brayden Detwieler attended, and all of the seniors . . .
Tuesday, April 2nd was FFA District CDE’s at Maryville. The Stewartsville FFA chapter had a head start on the morning. All of the teams were coming in an hour and a half before they had to leave and used that time to study . . .
Wednesday, April 3rd, 3 Osborn students went to Dekalb for the 275 Conference Spelling Bee. Addie Jackson competed in the 5th-6th grade division. She made it to the final 7 students left but was eliminated. Benjamin . . .
On Tuesday, April 2, students could meet with the National Guard Representative during lunch. This was a time in which students would be able to find out more about the National Guard and what all happens within it. . . .
Despite the date the band didn't fool around at MSHSAA State Band Competition. On April 1st, the band traveled to Platte City to play in the final band competition of the year. The Osborn band was the first to play. They . . .
Two FBLA members attended the Dinner Theater in Cameron, MO last year. This year though a total of twelve students attended the Dinner Theater. Much like last year, this play dealt with a Leprechaun. The play is put . . .
This week the yearbooks are on sale for $25. On the Jostens website they are $35. The theme this year evolution. The cover of this years book is gray with the evolution of Wildcats throughout Osborn history. There are hints of . . .
The Varsity Track team travelled to Weston, Missouri last Thursday. 16 athletes competed in 26 different events. Entries for this meet were unlimited, so several more people could compete in each event than . . .
On March 28 the band traveled to their first large band competition of the concert season at Maryville High School. They played their pieces Symphony no. 40, Hymn for Band, and Above and Beyond. After they . . .
On Friday, March 29th, all of the high school band and choir students attended District Solo and Ensemble at Central High School. Out of all the students, two are going to state. Emma Hall and Brayden Detwieler both . . .
This year the American Heart Association decided to do something different. In past years they have done fundraisers for “Jump Rope for Heart” and “Hoops for Heart” to raise money to help fight . . .
In September, FBLA held their annual blood drive with the help of Community Blood Center. Thursday, March 28, Community Blood Center recognized their contribution with a luncheon at MWSU. This lunch was held to recognize the top . . .
After a three hour drive to Shelbyville, Missouri, the Stewartsville FFA competed in several Career Development Events. Students from Osborn competed in Dairy Foods, Agronomy, and Livestock in the North Shelby Alumni Invitational . . .
One question - it's all that separated the eighth ranked Wildcats from the number one ranked Rockport Bluejays in the first round of the conference championships. Unfortunately, it was that one question that kept the Wildcats from moving . . .
For the past few months, the band has been preparing for State Band Competition. On Friday, March 22, Doctor John Bell visited to teach the band for the day. Dr. Bell has worked in public schools in the past and is . . .
The ⅚ graders know it is their last games of the season, but that doesn’t stop them. The boys and girls both had a nail biter game, either team could have won. The boys first game was neck and neck. It game down to the . . .
Starting Monday, March 25th, National Honor Society is hosting a coin and donation drive for Midwest flood victims. There will be containers for coins with each class labeled on them in the multi-purpose room. The class that . . .
Saturday, March 23rd, was the annual OHS Alumni Tournament. The first game was at 9 a.m. and it got over around 3 p.m. The alumni tournament allows alumni students and athletes to come back to Osborn and play together while all . . .
Friday, March 22nd, the Wildcats traveled to Northeast Nodaway for an important meet. To move on to the 275 Conference meet they had to beat Jefferson. The WIldcats were full of nerves walking into the first meet against Tarkio. . . .
Since the 1980s, schools all over the country have been experimenting with a shorter school week, the primary motivation being financial problems. There are many other benefits aside from additional savings, but teachers . . .
There are many positive things that come along with the four day school week. The school would save money, students attendance could go up and Mondays could be used for practices. The majority of parents and staff are in support of the four . . .
A four day school week is something that a lot of school are going to. The four day week has multiple advantages such as preparing students for any of the jobs they may get in the near future, preparing them for their college . . .
According to the American Association of School Administrators, nearly 1 in 7 school boards nationwide are considering whether to drop a day of the school week. In this survey, they concluded that “Of 546 superintendents surveyed, . . .
Eight years ago, when I was in third grade, the Lathrop school district switched from a five day school week to a four day school week. Since then schools like Albany and Plattsburg switched over to four day weeks. Today, the great citizens . . .
On Tuesday, March 19th, the Wildcat Scholar Bowl team traveled to Dekalb to take on the Tigers and the Union Star Trojans. The Wildcats only had 2 matches instead of a typical 3. The Wildcats started the night . . .
Yesterday, March 18 the 6-12 music students held a small recital at the Osborn United Methodist Church to showcase the solos and ensembles they chose for contest. The 6th grade woodwind ensemble opened the recital with . . .
The Osborn Chapter of FBLA is currently selling Krispy Kreme donuts, to raise funds for upcoming FBLA activities. The donuts for sale are Original Glazed, Chocolate Iced, Lemon Filled, Raspberry Filled, and Kreme Filled. . . .
Osborn elementary and high school students piled on the bus ready to head to Warrensburg, MO. There they will meet authors of books they may have already read, get their autographs, and even buy books from the authors . . .
Monday, March 18th, Stewartsville FFA traveled to Savannah High School for FFA Contest. Osborn member teams were Dairy Foods, Agronomy, and Livestock. Dairy Foods member Abbie Jackson ranked 6th individually out of . . .
Saturday, February 16th, the Cats traveled to Northwest Missouri State University for their first track meet of the year. This was the first time the Wildcats had competed in an indoor track meet. It was a very different . . .
On Thursday, March 14th, the Wildcats celebrated Pi Day. Pi Day is a day dedicated to Pi, or 3.14. The Wildcats first had a scavenger hunt during 5th hour. The clue and answers involved circles and pi. The winners of . . .
It was bright and early Thursday morning. The school van was warming up and the Middle Level FBLA members were pulling into the school parking lot. They were ready for a road trip to Columbia, MO. They were tired, excited, and . . .
Monday, March 11th was the 21st Annual Lathrop Judging Contest. Stewartsville FFA traveled to this event. Contest teams consisted of livestock, dairy foods, agronomy, and horses. Dairy Foods members from Osborn were . . .
Monday, March 4th through Friday, March 8th was Dr. Seuss Week. Elementary classes celebrated with dress-up days, and honoring reading throughout this week. Monday’s dress up day was “My Many . . .
This Thursday from 3-8pm parent-teacher conferences will be held. It is important for teachers to connect with parents to discuss their students strengths and weaknesses in classes. “We want to keep really good . . .
On Thursday, March 7th, multiple high school students traveled to Missouri Western State University for Writing Day. The students went to Writing Day to learn more about creative writing and to connect with other . . .
After Tuesday, March 5th, the Wildcats still have a winning record. They went 2-1. The score for the first match against Craig was 220-90 with Osborn on top. The next match was more difficult for the Cats. Mound City . . .
This past weekend the 5th and 6th grade basketball teams traveled to Union Star for a basketball tournament, each team placing. The boys took home 2nd place at the tournament. They won their game against Minnie Cline . . .
After a long season of varsity basketball, track season is upon us. The first practice for the new season was Monday, February 25th, for the athletes who didn’t participate in basketball. The athletes are really excited for . . .
FBLA members watched as almost every elementary student piled through the door. The students were ready to dance with all of their friends. They were ready for dances like the Macarena and the electric slide. They . . .
Thursday, February 28th, the Osborn Scholar Bowl team traveled to the South Holt School for a meet. Their first game was against South Holt. The Wildcats got a lead early. Emma Hall answered the very first question of the match . . .
Thursday, February 28th, the Osborn Scholar Bowl team traveled to the South Holt School for a meet. Their first game was against South Holt. The Wildcats got a lead early. Emma Hall answered the very first question of . . .
On Tuesday, February 26, a community forum for a four-day school week was held in the multi-purpose room. Around 20 community members, all Board members, school administration, and the School Resource Officer were present. Two teachers and . . .
This year 6 FBLA members have qualified to go to the State Leadership Conference (SLC) taking place in Springfield Missouri. “Im super excited to be taking so many of my FBLA members to State,” Sponsor Mrs. Burns . . .
Saturday, February 23, the mini cheer clinic performed in between the girls championship and first boys’ game during the 5th and 6th grade tournament. The mini cheerleaders had been practicing for two weeks . . .
Saturday morning, February 23rd, the PTO Osborn Elementary Basketball Tournament was held. The first Osborn Girls game was at 8:40 a.m. against Polo. The girls played man defense the whole game. Rylei Squire and Lauryn Patterson . . .
Friday, February 22nd, the 2nd and 3rd graders took a trip to Science City in Union Station. The students all got to look around Science City and look at different exhibits, like the Every Last Drop Water exhibit and . . .
We all know that this winter has been hectic. Roads are constantly iced over, a thick layer of snow is often on the ground, and temperatures are usually below freezing. This school year, the weather has not been on our . . .
While Osborn enjoyed a snow day senior Emma Hall traveled to Iowa City to participate in the Hawkeyes Honor band at the University of Iowa. The band performed Dance the Joy Alive, Puszta, at Morning's first light, . . .
The last time the Lady Wildcats played the South Holt Lady Knights was when almost all of the girls were injured. They played the regular season game with all post. It was a very tough game. Now it was time for a . . .
Junior Samuel Dorton was ready to get the steal. As he stole the ball, the Mound City player hit the floor, dragging Samuel down with him. A techinical foul for Samuel would follow because as he went to get up, he kicked at the . . .
As we make our way closer to the end of the year, the elementary celebrated their final holiday party of the year. On Thursday, February 14, they had their Valentine's Day class parties. Just as they do every year, students . . .
“It was an emotional, bittersweet last for me. I’ve dreaded this night ever since I was a freshman in high school because I didn’t ever want to face the fact that it would all end. It made me realize the next . . .
Last week was FBLA-PBL week. FBLA-PBL week falls into the second week of February, although our homecoming week fell on the second week, so the Osborn chapter of FBLA decided to move it back to February 11 through 15. . . .
`On Valentine’s Day, the Wildcats played the Mound City Panthers. It was senior night but the Wildcats fortunately didn’t have any seniors. The Wildcats knew they were playing against a hard team, but . . .
Last night, February 13th, the Wildcats travelled to Stewartsville to take on the Cardinals. This game, the Wildcats were determined to beat the Cardinals after losing to them twice. The Wildcats came out ready to . . .
After three reschedules, the Cats finally got to play their rivals the Stewartsville Cardinals. The game started out a little rough for the Wildcats. They were neck and neck with the Cardinals. Grimes hit . . .
The Lady Wildcats were coming back from a three day, no practice break. They knew this game was going to be tough. This was going to be their second time this season playing the Tigers. They went out giving it their . . .
On Tuesday, February 12th, the Wildcats travelled to Dekalb to play the Tigers. Although the Wildcats started out ready to play, they couldn’t keep up with the Tigers. They started making turnovers which lead to . . .
This year, the Wildcat’s Homecoming theme was Once Upon a Wildcat Homecoming. Each class got to pick a fairytale that was reflexed on their wall. Although weather got in the way, the Wildcats made the best of . . .
The Wildcats had a tough loss last night against the South Holt Knights. Three of the five starters were benched for most of the game due to injuries from a previous game. The bench was small with the injuries and the freshman . . .
As the Lady Wildcats hit the court, they are not ready for the injuries that lie ahead. Olivia Dierenfeldt would come out of the game with a bruised ankle, shortly after the tip off of the game. Kylee Grimes would be next . . .
The Osborn 5/6 Grade Wildcat ball players kicked off their season on Saturday, February 2, at Maysville. This was their first tournament and first games of the season. The 5/6 grade boys would . . .
The Wildcats were determined to take a win against the Union Star Trojans, after facing two close losses. When the Wildcats came out, the Trojans started playing rough. The Wildcats kept up the hard work and worked . . .
Stewartsville FFA members travelled to the Smithville area for another trap shoot earlier this month. Members included Allie Jackson, Kaden Caraway, Cain Rush, and Hunter Karl. The January trap shoot was . . .
Next week, February 4th through the 8th is Osborn's Once Upon a Homecoming. The theme is fairytales. Each class has a fairytale that they picked and they will focus on that fairytale for their wall, skit and the . . .
It was a night that Coach Zimmerman had been waiting for. He had compared his team to the Nodaway Holt Trojans for the whole season. Last year it was a tough game, but a close one, with the Wildcats losing by a buzzer . . .
It’s the time of year where FFA members are filling out their State Degrees and submitting them. The applicant from Osborn is Abbie Jackson. To fill out a State Degree application, an FFA member must include all . . .
The Wildcats came out on the gym floor with determination. This was the first game that the Wildcats have had in almost two weeks. The Wildcats got the tip and started making magic. Right off the bat, the Cats went . . .
A day before the big championship game the Lady Wildcats fall to the Lady Mustangs 27 to 60. It was a tough loss for the Wildcats after coming off a winning streak the week before in the OIT. Many of the players . . .
Last night the Lady Wildcats fall to the Lady Panthers 50-35 in the championship game of the Osborn Invitational Tournament. Fouls plagued the Wildcats starting early in the game and continued throughout the contest. Lack . . .
The Cheer squad is doing a fundraiser with Art to Remember to raise money for new uniforms. Art to Remember is company that will print a student's artwork onto merchandise. Some of the merchandise include . . .
The Wildcats stepped out on the court ready to take on the Mustangs. Right from the get-go, the Wildcats started working their magic. They managed to keep up with the Mustangs and held them down. But, after the Cats . . .
Typically every fall, FBLA holds a ceremony to install and recognize new officers and members into the chapter. Usually the event is held during November, but due to events, the fall recognition night turned into a . . .
It is a day that no greenhand will forget. When you walk into Potter Hall at Missouri Western, you will see a theater full of freshman FFA members. All of them, sitting, waiting for their installation to begin. This . . .
Junior High Scholar Bowl had their first meet last night at Mound City. The Wildcats fought their best, but in all three matches they were defeated. The first match was against South Nodaway 110 to 270. The second . . .
Osborn High School FBLA members took their objective tests tuesday morning, January 8th. Each student chose a business related test to study for. The tests they took will help them later on in their business careers . . .
Thursday, January 10th, the Osborn Lady Wildcats played the Orrick Lady Bearcats in the second round of the Osborn Invitational Tournament. The Wildcats were playing the one seed and defending OIT champions. A victory . . .
Last night, January 9th, the Wildcats took on the Stewartsville Cardinals. The Wildcats came out with determination, they knew that if they lost that would be the end for them. Right after the tip, the . . .
The Future Business Leaders of America spent their Saturday at a study night and social. Students worked on their contest events and studied for tests. “I'm glad I went because it gave me another . . .
On the first night of the Osborn Invitational Tournament, the Wildcats took on the Winston Redbirds at 9:00. The Wildcats came out with determination. Freshman Tucker Neubauer started the game with fire. He drove . . .
Monday night was the first night of the Osborn Invitational Tournament. Osborn Girls played the Winston girls at 7:30 pm. The Wildcats were very motivated to win more than consolation. They came out in the first half and made a . . .
On Monday January 7, the Osborn Invitational Tournament begins. The first game starts at 4:30. The Lady Wildcats will play at 7:30 and the Wildcats will play at 9:00. Both teams will be up against other highly . . .
The boys were doing their pre-game preparation. They were about to face Jefferson, a team that has an extremely tall post and multiple three point shooters. The boys were going to have to out hustle the Eagles. . . .
Last night was a wild night for the Wildcats. They played the East Atchison Wolves, which is a Co-op between Fairfax and Tarkio. East Atchison happens to be undefeated, beating the State Champs, Mound City. The Wildcats were . . .
Have you ever heard of the Hilltop Stop restaurant in Stewartsville, Missouri? If not, you’re missing out. They have a buffet every day for lunch hours 11:30-1:30. This includes pizza, salad, and dinners. . . .
United Coop eratives, Inc., is recognized as the leader in every industry segment that they serve. They use their resources and capital by creating a value for their customers and employees to ensure . . .
On Tuesday, December 18, the Wildcats took on the East Atchison Wolves. Right after tip off, the Cats played tough defense, but due to the Wolves’ height, they couldn’t stop shots from falling. On the offensive side, . . .
Poland Thompson Funeral Home is a sponsor of the Osborn Mass Media Yearbook. Poland Thompson is located at 222 West 3rd Street, Cameron, MO 64429. Poland Thompson can help you plan a funeral for a family member or even . . .
Independent Farmers Bank is a proud sponsor of Osborn’s Mass Media team. They have branches in Stewartsville, King City, and Maysville. They also include many different banking services, like checking and . . .
Mark L. Carr, DDS is a proud sponsor of the Osborn Mass Media team. The owner of the family dentistry is Mark L. Carr himself. He has been practicing dentistry for 35 years. His family dentistry is located at 312 N Walnut St. . . .
Thursday, December the Junior High and High School had their annual Christmas concert. This is the first year that the Junior High and High school had their own concert. A few students also gave speeches in . . .
The mass media would like to thank our sponsor The Bank of Fairport. The Bank of Fairport has locations in Maysville and Osborn. The Bank of Fairport offers your traditional banking services such as checking and . . .
The Lady Wildcats were ready at the start of the game to take on their coach’s brother. This is not unusual for the girls considering they played his sister last monday, and now they were playing his brother. Skyler . . .
With 30 seconds left of the 4th quarter, the Wildcats were up by one. The crowd was going wild and the Wildcats toughened up their defense. At the 20 second mark, the West Nodaway Rockets hit a 3 pointer, taking the . . .
Imagine, that your child did not receive a Hib vaccine when they were a baby. As they reach their third birthday, they start to have a high fever and are confused. You take him to the hospital and they tell you that you have . . .
A devastating loss came upon the Lady Wildcats last night against Tri-County. It was the first home game of the season and the Cats were really excited. They worked their tails off, but it was no use. The final score of the game was 38-45 . . .
The first half the Wildcats struggled to work. They had rough passes and struggled to play tough defense. At the end of second quarter, the Wildcats were down by 5. After halftime was over, the Cats came out with . . .
The High School Chapter of FBLA started their Study Night season with a Study Night last Saturday, December 8. FBLA has been using Study Nights as a way for members to study and practice their contest events before . . .
As the game is about to start, most of the Lady Wildcats are trying to clear their airways to get ready for the game. Most of the girls were playing sick tonight with a cold that had turned into more of a sinus . . .
On Friday, the Wildcats did their best during their game against Rockport despite only having 5 players. Leading scores Denny Hankins and Samuel Dorton scored 15 of the 22 points. Coach Rever talked about the boys did . . .
Friday, December 7, the Glee Club went caroling at The Village, the Veterans home and Redwood of Cameron. The singers spent the school day to visit the residents and sing for them. The high school glee club sang . . .
Osborn High School’s NHS chapter is hosting a fundraiser, which involves students buying cotton balls to be glued as beards onto pictures of faculty and staff, and the three staff members with the most cotton balls on their . . .
Thursday night, December 6th, Osborn’s elementary students performed for their Christmas Concert. William Powers started the night with his opening speech followed by the 5th grade band. They played Good King . . .
The game is about to start, and the Lady Wildcats lineup for the tip off. As the game begins, the Lady Wildcats were standing their ground. Then the second quarter came, and the Lady Wildcats had fallen down. They were now down . . .
On Tuesday, December 4, the Wildcats took on theSouth Nodaway Longhorns once again. Due to illness and injuries, the Cats were forced to play with only 5 players. Typical starter, Denny Hankins, did not get to play, . . .
Dr. Crystal Green is a chiropractor serving St Joseph and the surrounding areas. Whether you need symptom relief from a specific problem, such as back pain or other spinal conditions, or just want to improve . . .
JoAnn Marshall is a proud sponsor of the Osborn Mass Media team. JoAnn holds the position of Dekalb County Record of Deeds and has held this position since 2012. JoAnn is in charge of keeping all records, including . . .
The entire team may be carrying the cold virus everyone at OHS is fighting, and the opposing gym may have been freezing cold, but last night, December 3rd, the Wildcats won against the Lady Bobcats 41-30. The . . .
On December 3, the Wildcats traveled to Ridgeway to take on the East Harrison Bobcats. In the first half, the Wildcats kept up with the Bobcats. The Wildcats played good offense and managed to score. After a . . .
It’s towards the end of the first quarter, and Wildcats are in the lead.The crowd is going wild, and their roar is filling the gym. As the Wildcats offense sets up, only one person is wide open: Junior Allie Jackson, a . . .
This is the second blog in our Sponsor Spotlight series. John Joe Insurance Agency recently bought a yearbook banner ad from us, and we’d like to tell you more about this great agency. John Joe Agency is . . .
Missy Meek is a proud sponsor of the Osborn Wildcats Mass Media team. She is responsible for keeping accurate records of all the orders, rules, and proceedings of the County Commission. She also makes sure that there . . .
On Thursday, November 29, the Wildcats took on the Union Star Trojans in the last game of the PVI. The Wildcats did not come out with any intensity, giving the Trojans opportunities to score and take the lead right . . .
Wednesday, November 28th during 7th hour, Osborn Varsity basketball players had a fun period with their basketball buddies. Basketball Buddies is a program hosted by National Honor Society. Each student K-2 is . . .
At the end of the fourth quarter of last night’s game, Union Star decided to up their man to man defense. All of the Osborn guards were completely guarded, the only person open was post Sophomore Hannah Cochran. . . .
The Osborn Lady Wildcats lost their first game against the South Nodaway Longhorns, on November 27, 2018 during the first round of the PVI tournament at Dekalb. The final score of the game was 29 to 48. Now the lady wildcats will . . .
The Wildcats came out with fire. The Cats left halftime with a score of 24-25, only down one. Once halftime is over, Caleb Sanderson came out and shot his free throws, and made one, which tied the score to 25. During . . .
On Tuesday, November 27, the Wildcats traveled to DeKalb to play the South Nodaway Longhorns for the first night of the PVI tournament. The Wildcats came out with energy and ready to get things done. In the first . . .
The High School Music department will be selling World's Finest Chocolate from November 29 to December 13. World's Finest Chocolate bars are only $1 and come in 5 different flavors. These flavors are, Milk Chocolate, Dark . . .
Tuesday, November 20th, the Wildcats took a trip to Gilman City for their first game of the 2018-2019 season. They took the win with a score of 46-27. The Lady Wildcats had 22 points at half time. . . .
The Platte Valley Invitational Tournament is November 26 through November 30. Due to weather conditions, Monday’s games will be played Tuesday at Union Star and DeKalb. Wednesday and Thursday night games will be . . .
Tuesday, November 20th, the Wildcats took a trip to Gilman City for their first game of the 2018-2019 season. They took the win with a score of 46-27. The Lady Wildcats had 22 points at half time. Junior Kylee Grimes and . . .
On Tuesday, November 20th, the Wildcats traveled to Gilman City for the first game of the season. The Wildcats came out prepared and were ready to take on the Hawks. Right off the bat, the Wildcats suffered many turnovers, which was . . .
Last Monday through Friday, Osborn Student Council really put the ‘fun’ in fundraiser. Turkey Teacher is a fundraiser where students can buy feathers for a quarter a piece and put them on whatever teacher they want. The . . .
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB, is a multiple choice test that tells you what military occupational specialty would be best suite you. The Juniors take this test every year. The ASVAB contains 8 short tests and . . .
Meet the Wildcats night was held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. The Junior High girls were announced by Coach Ashley Beers, followed by the Junior High boys being announced by Mr. Lorence. Then the High . . .
Meet the Wildcats is a chance for the community to watch the Wildcats before their season starts. Meet the Wildcats will be November 17th from 6-8 pm in the new gym. The varsity and junior high teams will do . . .
On Friday, November 9th, the Wildcats traveled to Meadville for their first jamboree of the season. There was only three teams that participated which were the Meadville Eagles, the Salisbury Panthers, and the Osborn Wildcats. The . . .
Wednesday, November 7th, the Stewartsville FFA Officers traveled to our neighboring state, to Des Moines, Iowa. Officers from Osborn that went on the trip were Mackenzie Meek, Allie Jackson, Abbie Jackson, and Kylee . . .
The Junior High Lady Wildcats took another loss, November 8, 2018, against Pattonsburg Lady Panthers. The final score of the game was 15 to 31. At half time the score was 6 to 14. The high scorer for this game . . .
While the rest of the school had the day off on Monday, November 5, some of the band members spent the day at Northwest Missouri State University. They spent the whole day at the 275 Conference Honor Band. There were over . . .
The Osborn Lady Junior High Wildcats took on the Avenue City JH Aces on Monday November 5, 2018. The final score of the game was 14-40, with Avenue City taking the win. The Lady Wildcats scored four points in the first . . .
Thursday night, November 1st, the Junior High Lady Wildcats played on their home court against the Stewartsville Cardinals. From start of the game the Cardinals got the tip off but it ended up in an Osborn . . .
On Wednesday, the elementary classes celebrated Halloween with their annual costume parade and parties. The students changed into their costumes and went trick or treating down the main road stopping at local businesses. . . .
It’s that time of the year again; Seniors are selling Red Wheel. The class of 2019 will be selling red wheel until November 2nd. They are selling a variety of items from entrees to desserts. Some of the best . . .
On Thursday, during parent teacher conferences, the senior class had their FAFSA night. The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Students fill out an online form out to determine how much financial . . .
Last night the Lady Wildcats played the Lady Polo Panthers. The score was 6-33 with Polo winning. The Wildcats struggled a lot last night getting the ball down the court because the Panthers were doing a full court press. At half time the . . .
On Monday, October 29th, both varsity teams started practice for the season. The boys practiced before the JH girls game from 3:30-5:00, and the girls practiced from 6:40-9:00 after the game. Both teams worked really . . .
On Monday, October 29, the juniors and seniors took a trip to North Central Missouri College in Trenton, MO. Once the students arrived, they got to sit in one of the classrooms and talked to an admissions . . .
Thursday night, October 25th, Stewartsville FFA held their annual barnwarming. The hayride left at 6:45 with all FFA students from Stewartsville and Osborn and their dates. The members rode the cold and rainy hayride . . .
The Osborn Junior High Lady Wildcats played the Dekalb Tigers on Thursday, October 25, 2018. The wildcats lost 29 to 19. This game was the season high. Kenzie Perry, Chloe Ramsey, and Alyssa Sanderson scored five points each. Josie . . .
Monday, October 22nd the junior high Lady Wildcats traveled to Union Star to play the Lady Trojans. The score at half time was 15-5 with the wildcats trailing by 10. Throughout the game freshman Mackenzie Perry took . . .
This weekend the Osborn Wildcat Band marched away with 3 trophies from Cameron Marchfest. The event consisted of competitions in parade, field show, drumline and color guard. The band played Sweet Caroline and . . .
October 20th, Saturday night, Osborn Student Council held a Halloween party for 7-12 students to attend. The party was from 8-10 and it consisted of snacks, a hot chocolate bar, Halloween themed games, a hayride and a costume . . .
Every year the sophomore class goes to St. Joseph for the My Success Event. This year, it was on October 18th at Wyatt Park Baptist Church. Students got to visit with professionals in different career fields. . . .
Tuesday, October 17th, the junior high Lady Wildcats traveled to Tri-County for their second away game. At half, the Wildcats were trailing 5 to 23. They had many forced turnovers, and couldn’t do anything on . . .
The Osborn elementary students had a busy morning on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. The K-2nd grade had more than one special guest. They got to meet the one and only Sparky the firedog. Sparky taught the students all . . .
The Osborn Chapter of FBLA hosted their annual blood drive on Monday, October 15, 2018. There were 18 donors registered to donate blood. There were 16 units of blood collected. The Alyx Machine had two donors. The Alyx Machine . . .
Two members of the Stewartsville FFA Chapter attended the monthly trap shoot for the Area I FFA Trap League. Those members were Dalton Martin, of Stewartsville High School, and Allie Jackson, of Osborn High School. . . .
The Osborn Annual Carnival took place on October 13, 2018, with senior dinner starting at 5, coronation starting at 6:15, and games starting at 7:30. Elementary hall, old gym, new gym, and multipurpose room were filled with tons . . .
On Friday, October 12th, the Cardinals played against Platte Valley. The Cardinals lost 26-60. Osborn’s John Bell had 8 tackles in the first half and 3 assisted tackles in the second half. “We had bad sacks, . . .
On Saturday the Marching Wildcats took part in the Homecoming parade at Missouri Western. There were 5 other bands in their category. The band played the school fight song and Sweet Caroline. The band faced many . . .
On Thursday, October 11th, the Cross Country team ran at Tarkio. Out of the 4 runners 3 of them set new personal records. Trista Riley and Kylee Grimes ran together. Kylee finished with a time of 26:16, a new personal record for . . .
On Wednesday, October 10th, the junior and senior class attended the Missouri Western college fair. They had the opportunity to visit with over 50 colleges and technical schools. After talking to colleges the students . . .
Monday, October 8th, the Osborn Jr. High girls’ basketball team started the season with a home game against East Harrison. The game started off intense with the score tied at 0, and it wasn’t until the . . .
Friday night, the 5th of October, there was a football game at Stewartsville versus East Atchison. The game ended with a loss for the Cardinals. The final score was 6-52. Due to ineligibility and injuries, . . .
This year you will see several blogs that have chosen to sponsor Mass Media. This is the first in that series. First Baptist Church was one of our sponsors. The First Baptist Church of Cameron has been preparing for their . . .
This year, Mass Media will no longer be selling the traditional yearbook ad. Instead of a simple ad in the back of the yearbook, ads will be so much more. All sponsors will be listed on a banner that will hang . . .
It’s been at least 7 years since Osborn has had an Anatomy and Physiology class. Many people wandered why we got the class back. “We decided to get it back because students expressed their interest in that . . .
The Osborn Sophomore class tested food for organic compounds during their science class, on October 3, 2018. The class was under the instruction of Mr. Matter. The class was given directions on how to test for sugars, starches, . . .
Last week, October 1st through the 5th, was National Yearbook Week! National Yearbook Week has been celebrated for over thirty years. President Ronald Reagan proclaimed this event back in 1987. Yearbooks can be treasured . . .
This year the Osborn third and fourth grade girls and boys are now going to begin a whole new basketball path. Last year the boys and girls played at the YMCA in Cameron, but this year they have decided to enter into Winston . . .
Tuesday, October 2nd, the Mass Media Class took a trip to the Cameron Veterans Home. The Veterans Home set up interviews with 5 Korean War veterans. Last year, the Osborn Mass Media class had made a . . .
Last night the Lady Cardinals played the Stanberry Bulldogs at Stewartville. The score was 21-0. The Bulldogs wiped the girls out. Senior, Haily Davis, pitched the whole game. Sophomore Allie Jackson . . .
On Tuesday, October 2nd, the elementary scholar bowl season came to an end. After a long season the Wildcats placed first in the conference. They played at St. Paul Lutheran and played three matches. The . . .
The 74th annual Osborn Carnival will be held this Saturday, October 13, at 6:00 p.m. This year's carnival is going to be full of fun and games. The classes have all picked their games, and the PTO has come up with great games . . .
Thursday night, the 27th of September, Lady Cardinals played at Northeast Nodaway. For the first 2 innings of the game, the Bluejays had scored 2 points. Once the Cardinals got the ball rolling they had a score of 6 and . . .
On Monday, October 1, the Junior High Football team played Tarkio and lost. The score was 12-26, leaving the Junior High team with a 0-5 season. All of the Osborn players had the opportunity to play. 8th grader Braxton Gibson said, . . .
Saturday, September 29th, Stewartsville traveled to Norborne for a softball tournament. The first game was against Hardin Central, playing them for a second time during the season and getting another win of 4-1. The second . . .
On Saturday, September 29th, Coach Zimmerman came out of retirement to coach the runners at the cross country meet in Savannah. He stated that, “ It was good to help the runners succeed. 2 out of the 3 runners had . . .
The Stewartsville-Osborn Varsity Lady Cardinals traveled to Plattsburg on Monday, October 1st. The final score was 7-0, with Allie Jackson playing one inning in left field. The Lady Cardinals played great defense, but only had a couple hits . . .
This year, the Osborn Student Council is selling shirts to the community. There is four different designs to choose from. Along with the design, it can be put on either a long sleeve, short sleeve, or a hoodie. Mrs. . . .
Both chapters of FBLA traveled to Worlds of Fun on Saturday, September 29, for the Show Me Leadership Conference. Five High School level members and two Middle Level members attended the conference. Every . . .
Osborn Wildcats said goodbye to Tanya Farrell today! Tanya is going into a new career path as a nurse. She is very sad to leave the Wildcat family, but she is happy she is following her dream. Tanya has been part . . .
On Friday September, 21, the Cardinals took on Southwest Livingston. The Cardinals lost 62-14. Osborn’s John Bell said, “The first have wasn’t too bad, but it really came out in the second half. We didn’t do little . . .
On Saturday, September 15, 2018, the Osborn Band and Flag Core, marched in the Maysville Country Harvest, at 1:00 p.m. This was the second parade the band has marched in this year. The band is under direction of Rhonda Applegate, with drum . . .
Despite the hot weather, the Cross Country team still had their meet at Rosecrans Memorial Airport on Tuesday September 18. Due to the heat, the first race didn’t start until 6pm. Junior Varsity ran 2.5 miles. Emma . . .
Friday September 14th the Stewartsville Cardinals played the Orrick Bearcats for their homecoming. Stewartsville lost to Orrick 72-26. At the beginning of the second quarter all of the lights to the field shut off, and . . .
The fifth and sixth grade scholar bowl team traveled to Rushville, Missouri last Tuesday, September 18th. The meet started off great with a win against St. Paul with a score of 100-90, and a win against North East Nodaway with a score of . . .
To kick off this school year, the 3rd grade decided to step out of the box. They did their very first book tasting! Although it doesn’t sound too tasty, it is a great way to open up students minds and try different . . .
Monday, September 10th, the Cardinals had a home game against Pattonsburg. For the first 2 innings the Cardinals were holding a 5 point lead. The Panthers slowly caught u p until the last two inning both teams were tied at 6. The Cardinals . . .
On Tuesday, September 11th, the elementary scholar bowl team had 3 matches at Osborn. Their first game was against Rushville. The Wildcats won with a score of 170-50. For their second game against Stewartsville, they came . . .
On Tuesday, September 11, the Wildcats traveled to Cameron’s Golf Course for their second meet of the season. All of the runners did a great job, although most of them were suffering with allergies and injuries. In . . .
Cardinal’s football had a great season opener, with a win against Northwest Nodaway. The score was 50-0. Last Friday, the Cardinals did have a rough game, losing against Mound City 66-0. Their next game is at Rockport this . . .
Over the course of this summer, the school had construction to update the school. They added new windows that are bulletproof and create another safety precaution. A new air conditioning system was installed as well, . . .
Last night, September 4, the Wildcats traveled to Chillicothe to participate in their first Cross Country meet of the season. Every runner was in JV, and 3 of them earned a medal. Samuel Dorton placed 3rd in JV Boys, Kylee . . .
John Bell playing tough defense at Friday night's game. Cardinals won 50-0 against the Eagles.
This year, Osborn Co-Op made an impact on students at Osborn High. They collected all sorts of school supplies to donate to the school. They collected multiple backpacks full of supplies for students who . . .
On Tuesday, August 21, OHS had their back to school night. Back to school night is the time for students to bring all their supplies to classrooms and lockers, and meet all their teachers. This year had a theme, which was . . .
Senior Karena Cascioli just became a state champion. At the recent Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, Karena competed in Architectural Drafting Technology Information category. Her test results in the category came . . .
Last night Osborn voters approved a proposition to give the school $1.1 Million to make upgrades and changes to the building. These changes will greatly benefit the school. It will increase the security in the building, with a new entrance . . .
On 3-14, OHS celebrated what might be its last Pi Day with Mrs. Cluck. Pi day has been an exciting event for the last seven years, as Ms. Cluck brought it with her when she came to Osborn. Students in Ms. Cluck's math classes . . .
Last night, March 13th, the Wildcats traveled to Tarkio High School for their meet. The Wildcats unfortunately lost all their matches, but they did their best and couldn’t get to the questions fast enough. Their . . .
The Wildcats have had a good two meets so far. The season for them just started two weeks ago. The Wildcats didn’t win any matches the first meet, at South Nodaway. Last night, at Craig, the Wildcats lost against both Mound . . .
On Friday, February 23, the Lady Wildcats traveled to King City to play in the second round of Districts. The Lady Cats played the North Andrew Cardinals at 8:30 p.m. The Lady Cats came in knowing they were the underdogs. . . .
On Monday, February 19th, the Wildcats fell to the North Andrew Cardinals in the first round of Districts. The Wildcats tried their hardest, but the Cardinals were just too tall and skilled for the Cats. The Cardinals . . .
The Osborn Lady Wildcats traveled to Mound City for their last regular season game. The game started out bumpy for the Wildcats. Mound City Panthers passed the ball around too fast for the defense to get a stop. The Wildcats . . .
Last night, February 15th, the Wildcats took on the Mound City Panthers in their last regular season game. The Wildcats tried their hardest but the Panthers took the win. The boys had a hard time running their offense . . .
At FBLA district contest, two students did really well. One of our girls, Allie Jackson, got 3rd place in Introduction to Business Communication. She also got wild card in Introduction to FBLA, so she gets to go to state in both events. . . .
Last night, February 13th, the Wildcats took on the DeKalb Tigers for our Senior Night. Jessica Brush and Shannon Farrell got to start, and the Wildcats came out ready to attack. Shannon Farrell score the first points of the . . .
Last night, February 13th, the Wildcats took on the DeKalb Tigers. The Cats worked hard, but they had a sloppy first quarter, leaving them a hole too deep to get out of. The Wildcats had a hard time making good passes at . . .
Monday, February 12th, the Pattonsburg Panthers came to the Wildcats court. For the first few minutes Osborn had a good lead. The Panthers kept up for the first quarter. It wasn’t a good quarter for the Wildcats, their full . . .
On Monday, February 12th, the Wildcats took on the Pattonsburg Panthers. The Wildcats played hard, but it wasn’t enough to take the win. The Wildcats had a hard time against the Panthers. Their offense wasn’t . . .
The Wildcats played against the Northeast Nodaway Blue Jays on February 9. The Wildcats lost due to illness and lack of practices, but they still worked hard. The Wildcats only had 5 players, and had to work against a . . .
On Friday, February 9th, the Lady Wildcats traveled to Northeast Nodaway for the Bluejays Homecoming game. The Lady Wildcats walked on the court with determination, but it didn’t cut it. The Cats had a hard time on their . . .
On Thursday, February 8th, Mrs. Arney took four high school students to to North Central Missouri College for Health Sciences Day. They were in Trenton from 10 to 1 in Trenton. Juniors Haily Davis and . . .
Wednesday, February 7th, the Wildcats traveled to South Holt to play the Knights. The game started with the Wildcats down by 9 points in the first few minutes. But things started to fall into place when they started working their . . .
On Monday, February 5, the Lady Wildcats played against the North Nodaway Mustangs. The Mustangs started off with the ball, and the Cats tried stopping them. The Mustangs had too much height for the Cats, so a majority of the . . .
On Monday, February 5th, the Wildcats took on the North Nodaway Mustangs on their court. The Wildcats hit the ground running in the first quarter, taking the lead. But, unfortunately for the Cats, that lead wouldn’t stay . . .
On Friday, February 2nd the Homecoming basketball game took place along with the Homecoming dinner. The dinner was hosted and made by the Junior class and their parents. The dinner consisted of homemade beef and noodles . . .
On Friday, February 2nd, the Wildcats took on the Union Star Trojans in the Homecoming game. The Wildcats hit the ground running in the first half. After second quarter, the Wildcats were tied with the Trojans 20-20. Once the . . .
The Wildcats had a great Homecoming game against Union Star Trojans on Friday, February 2. They got off to a great start with scoring, and they didn't allow the Trojans to score. Every player spent some time on the court, and . . .
Thursday's homecoming theme was "Under the Sea." Students used the theme to create costumes that dealt with the ocean theme as a whole. Kindergarteners Trevor Perry and Leah Moore took third for their cute . . .
Wednesday's dress up day was beach bum day. Students dressed in swimwear and over the top beach bum outfits to win. There may not of been 100% participation, but the students who dressed up used 100% imagination. The . . .
On January 31, FBLA members from all over District One came to Osborn to have a meeting. 26 out of the 37 schools showed up. They had 7 booths for the kids to work on their skills like job interviews and public speaking. Mackenzie Meek . . .
Tuesday's homecoming theme was class colors. There was 100% participation from everyone in the school for class color day. The seniors wore black, juniors wore blue, sophomores wore pink and freshman wore red. The . . .
Last night, our Wildcats took on the Nodaway Holt Trojans. Our Wildcats tied with the Trojans most of the game up until 4th quarter. The boys worked hard as a team and ran their offenses and defenses. The Wildcats had a . . .
Last night, the Nodaway Holt Trojans took on our Lady Wildcats, and it was a tough game from the start. The Trojans started with the ball and the Lady Cats started off slow on running their defense. The Cats had a hard time . . .
Homecoming Week day one hit OHS on Monday, January 30. The dress up day was PJ day. In the elementary, Delaney Overly won first place. With cute little curlers and an adorable PJ set with a robe, she was a natural first . . .
Last night, January 29th, the Wildcats took on the Winston Redbirds. The Wildcats struggled against the state-bound team, but kept their composure. The Redbirds hit the ground running and denied the Wildcats many points . . .
Friday, January 19th, Osborn hosted a benefit dinner and silent auction at the game against Stewartsville. They served chili, potato soup, and cinnamon rolls with lemonade and tea. Thursday night, the Osborn basketball teams and . . .
Monday, January 29th, the Lady Wildcats faced Winston Redbirds. Wildcats got off to a great start with deflections and steals on defense. They kept scoring on offense, holding the Redbirds back, but they caught up soon. They . . .
The OHS Junior High Scholar Bowl team won two matches and lost one in their final meet of the season on Thursday, January 26. They played Dekalb, Northeast Nodaway, and Jefferson. They won the game against Dekalb with a score of . . .
January 23rd, fifth through eighth graders participated in our annual Spelling Bee. Eighth grader Colin Sanderson won with the word “saucepan”. Colin will move onto the County Spelling Bee along with . . .
If you are tired of the school lunches, then you most likely pack your own lunch. However is what you’re packing good for you? Lunch is the time to re energize mid school day, so we should all be giving . . .
On Friday, January 12th, the Lady Wildcats took on the DeKalb Tigers. This game was going to determine who was going to play in the championship game for the Osborn Invitational Tournament. It was a . . .
On Friday, January 19th, the Lady Cats played Stewartsville Cardinals in a benefit game for Martin Zimmerman, who is battling prostate cancer. This benefit game was . . .
As my graduation date swiftly approaches it has dawned on me there are things that I wish I would have done sooner. There are a number of things that would have been nice to know, but here are . . .
The boys struggled from the start but ended up finishing their time in the tournament strong. They lost their first game of the Osborn Invitational Tournament to the Winston boys. The . . .
The OHS Junior High Scholar Bowl team had a match at Northeast Nodaway on the 18th of January. They played Dekalb, Rock Port and Northeast Nodaway. The girls won their first game against Dekalb the . . .
On January 5, the Wildcats traveled to Jefferson to take on the Eagles. Right when the game started the Lady Cats couldn’t take them down. The Cats had . . .
On Friday, January 12th, the Lady Wildcats took on the DeKalb Tigers. This game was going to determine who was going to play in the championship game for the Osborn Invitational Tournament. It was a tough game . . .
Saturday, January 13th the Lady Wildcats played the Polo Panthers for 3rd place in the Osborn tournament. Wildcats had a great first quarter and kept up the intensity but Polo fought back after . . .
The Wildcats suffered another loss last night against the Tarkio Wolves. The final score was 67-37 for Tarkio. Forward Caleb Sanderson landed a three pointer during the third quarter, but it wasn’t enough to make up . . .
Tuesday, December 19th, the Osborn Wildcats traveled to Fairfax to play the East Atchison Wolves. The Wildcats lost with a score of 32-67, but they played strong throughout the game, and it showed. They came off with a pretty good . . .
Friday, December 15, OHS students had a two part situational awareness assembly in the new gym. The National Guard came to the school and gave 7th through 12th graders a speech and a slideshow about a girl named Kelsey Smith. . . .
Christmas is right around the corner. Do you know what your getting for your student? This week the Osborn students took a survey on the top 10 Christmas gifts of 2017. Out of all the 10 gifts on the . . .
Around this time of year, some people look forward to the holidays, and some don’t, but a good way to enjoy the upcoming of Christmas for most people is getting comfy with a good Christmas movie. So, students and staff at . . .
Thursday, December 14th was the Osborn Christmas Concert. It started at 6 p.m. with the 5th grade band playing 3 songs, including Jolly Old Saint Nicholas. Next, the Kindergarten and 1st grade classes sang 3 songs like Jingle . . .
On December 12, the Osborn Wildcats faced off against the Tri-County Mustangs. Unfortunately the boys lost with a score 62-57, however they displayed how a team should play. Throughout the night, they got the ball around . . .
Tuesday, December 12th, the Osborn Lady Wildcats faced Tri-County Mustangs. The evening started with one JV quarter, which resulted in a 4-4 tie. Ryann Patterson had 2 points, and Macy Karl with two free throw points. . . .
On Friday, December 8th, OHS and Stewartsville High School students gathered in the Osborn gym for a suicide prevention assembly. Angie Wallace came to talk to the high school students about the Taylor Wallace Foundation. . . .
On Friday, December 8th, the Lady Wildcats took on the Rock Port Bluejays. To start off the night, there was 2 JV quarters, and the Wildcats took to win. The Wildcats had a strong lead in the beginning, but the shots . . .
Being in high school means a lot of money. Money for school supplies, sports fees, extracurricular activities, and many more things. As a high school student, I can say that it’s hard to save enough money for the holidays. . . .
It’s that time of the year! Finals are coming up December 18-19. During this week, if you are putting off the time to study and stressing, you are among the many other students who put off all their studying till last . . .
The Osborn boys team so far this year just can’t seem to get things going. Tuesday, December 5th, they played South Nodaway. It was a hard loss to swallow with a final score of 60-8 in South Nodaway’s favor. Point Guard . . .
Last night, December 5, the Lady Wildcats played the Lady Longhorns, and it was a tough game. The Longhorns got the tip and hit the ground running, with the Cats trailing close behind. In the first quarter, the Wildcats . . .
The Varsity Boys faced off against East Harrison on December 4th at Osborn. The final score was 68-31 in East Harrison’s favor. Point Guard Denny Hankins said, “We played a great . . .
The Varsity Boys finished their run in the PVI tournament last night (November 30th). They finished in 8th place after a loss to the Union Star Trojans. The final score was 42-29 in the Trojans' favor. The boys just . . .
Last night, Monday December 4th, the Osborn Wildcats played the East Harrison Bobcats in a benefit game for Martin Zimmerman. Martin Zimmerman was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Both teams and communities wore their “Never . . .
On Tuesday, November 21, the Varsity Boys took on the Gilman City Hawks at home. Unfortunately, Gilman City came away with the win that night. The final score was 57 - 24 in Gilman City's favor. Point Guard Dalton . . .
Chemistry is a branch of science of the identification of substances of which matter is composed; the investigation of properties of which they interact, combine, and change; and the use of these processes to form new substances. Basically . . .
Unfortunately the Wildcats lost to the Stewartsville Cardinals in the 2nd round of the PVI tournament last night (November 28th) at DeKalb. The final score was 37-18 in the Cardinal’s favor. While it won’t be the Wildcats . . .
The Platte Valley Invitational tournament is here, and the third seeded Lady Wildcats ran up against the fifth seeded Stewartsville Cardinals for game 1 on Monday, November 27 at 7:30 pm at St. Joseph Christian. . . .
The boys suffered an unfortunate loss in the 11/27 game against South Nodaway during the PVI tournament. The final score was 48-15 South Nodaway. The boys were having trouble running their offense and failed to box out repeatedly. They . . .
The Osborn Lady Wildcats won their first game of the season against Gilman City Hawks on Tuesday, November 21. The score that night was 55 to 16. While Gilman City scored the first shot, a three pointer, the Wildcats came back strong, . . .
The JH Girls basketball team took a difficult lost November 16 against Tri-County. They played at Osborn last night, and unfortunately, the results aren’t quite what they expected. They lost with a final score of 26-40. It’s a . . .
On Friday, November 10, all the OHS students gathered in the new gym, along with veterans from the community to celebrate Veteran's Day in a way only Osborn School can. The assembly lasted about an hour and a half, . . .
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Thursday, November 9th, Osborn FBLA members and their advisor Mrs.Burns left for the NFLC (National Fall Leadership Conference) in St Louis Missouri. A total of seven of the seventeen members went to the conference. There were over six . . .
Tuesday, November 14th the Osborn psychology class took a field trip to the St. Joseph Glore Psychiatric Museum. Students first watched a film about the background of mental illness’ and ways doctors would try and help . . .
The Maysville Wolverines along with a couple of our junior high Wildcats took over the game last night (November 13) against the Braymer Bobcats. The final score of the game was 42-13 with the Wolverines coming out on top in a great . . .
At the start of November, every Wildcat's favorite sport kicks off: basketball. Last year for the Lady Wildcats was one that will go down in history. They received consolation in the PVI and Osborn Invitational . . .
At the Northwest Homecoming Parade our band marched, and not only did we get support and attention from our own community, but we also got a special mention in a Maryville Daily article written by Matt Pearl. He describes how . . .
Osborn Elementary School 6th graders are working through the D.A.R.E program. They will be doing this for the next 6 weeks. D.A.R.E stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. The program is taught by DeKalb County Sheriff Andy Clark. . . .
The girls' Junior High team took a terrible loss to Avenue City on November 6. By the end of the first quarter, the score was 6-40 in Avenue City’s favor. Osborn's own Berlyn Karl stated, “ We never had our . . .
On November 2, our JH girls basketball team faced off against the JH girls team from Stewartsville. Unfortunately the results weren’t what we were looking for. The Wildcats started off very slow, and it threw them into to a hole that . . .
October 23rd FFA officers traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana, for the 90th National FFA Convention & Expo. Monday morning Stewartsville and Craig FFA officers took a 9 hour ride to Indy and the first stop was the Lincoln . . .
The JH Maysville Boys basketball team lost Monday, October 30 to the Winston Redbirds. The final score came out to a disappointing 42-19 win for the Redbirds. Osborn’s own Braxton Gibson said “It was really upsetting that we . . .
The Osborn band marched at the Missouri Western Homecoming parade Saturday, October 27. Although it was bitterly cold, the band pulled through and put on a good performance for those watching. They played the . . .
Saturday, October 28 at 7 p.m., the annual Osborn Halloween Dance/Hayride/Bonfire took place. The event is sponsored by Student Council each year. This year more kids attended than have done so in the past few years. Students . . .
The JH Girls basketball team took a loss to the Dekalb Tigers Thursday, October 26. They played very hard the entire game. It started off a close game, however the JH Tigers kicked it up a notch for the win. The Dekalb Tigers . . .
The JH girls basketball team played the Winston Redbirds last night (October 24). They won the game in overtime by 1 point with a final score of 27-26. The game was taken into overtime with the score at 19-22 when one of the . . .
The JH girls got to see their future competition during the Winston tournament. They played Winston, Stewartsville, & Tri-County. Unfortunately they only won one of the three games. They beat Winston by 1 point, however they lost to . . .
Have you heard about the Wildcards? A softball team made up of 5th and 6th grade girls from both Osborn and Stewartsville, it was something that has needed to happen for a long time. These Wildcats were not Cardinals, nor . . .
On October 23, the JH girls basketball team suffered a rather unfortunate loss against Union Star. The final score was 21-17 with Union Star coming out on top. Point Guard Berlyn Karl, said, “We were tied 13-13 in the third, . . .
Over the past two weeks, Mass Media staff members interviewed a number of veterans throughout the community. The interviews were not just regular interviews; they were filmed. All 6 staff members are now taking that footage and . . .
Once Chance..One Choice..One Life. That is the motto of the award winning trauma prevention program Think First. On Tuesday, October 24, Penny Lorenz and Chad Burton came and spoke to us about the importance of safe driving. Both . . .
The Wildcats ran at West Platte on Saturday, October 14. It was a brisk morning, and the course was one of the worst ones they had this season. The whole entire course was hills, not a single flat spot. Hannah . . .
On October 6th, our Student Council traveled to Lathrop High School for Stuco Districts. Over half of the Stuco members attended Districts, which hasn't happened in the past. Overall there were over 1000 kids from different schools . . .
The last time the Cardinals and Tigers met, the Cardinals ran up the score 60-0. On October 13, the game was a whole lot of the same thing. The score of the game this year was 54-28, the Tigers had a little more fight to . . .
Missouri Western State University hosted Brass Day on September 28th. Area schools sent brass students to work with brass faculty at Missouri Western. French Horn Player Samuel Dorton was the only one from our school to . . .
On Tuesday, October 10th, Osborn high school juniors and seniors attended a college fair at MWSU in St. Joseph, Missouri. There were more than 60 colleges at the fair. Students walked around the Griffons' . . .
Last Thursday, FFA members competed in Fall CDE Contest at Northwest. Fall CDE is a Career Development Event that students in FFA from areas around compete in. Our FFA Chapter had 6 teams, Agronomy, Dairy Foods, FFA knowledge . . .
Friday, September 29, 2017, the Cardinals came out on top of the Platte Valley Longhorns in what wasn’t even a game. They laid a massive beating on the Longhorns. It was the homecoming for the Cardinals, and they certainly . . .
On Saturday, October 7th at Maysville, the Stewartsville and Osborn Lady Cardinals played their last games of the 2017-2018 season. With the District games continually being pushed back, they played all of their games on Saturday . . .
On Monday, October 9, the Wildcats ran at Rock Port Golf Course. It was freezing out, but the Wildcats still ran their best and did very well. Mackenzie Meek came in 8th place, and earned a medal. Coming in 10th was Kylee Grimes. . . .
On October 4, 2017, the Stewartsville Cardinals played the Pattonsburg Panthers. The game started off strong with the Cardinals holding off the Panthers, but then by the 5th inning, it was 14 to 1. The game ended in the 5th inning because the . . .
The Elementary Academic team's season has come to an end. The racked up a lot of points this season, scoring a total of 1910 points. The Osborn elementary team worked hard placing 3rd this season in the conference. . . .
Tuesday, October 3, at Mound City, the Wildcats ran in the worst weather of the season. It was freezing cold and pouring rain, but that didn’t stop them from running their hardest. Mackenzie Meek came in 13th. . . .
Tuesday, October 3rd at 4:30 p.m., the elementary academic team finished their season with a meet at Cathedral. They did very well at this meet. They won the first match against Rushville with a score of 150 to 20. Then the team tied . . .
Friday, September 29, Junior High and High School art students went to Kansas City to the Nelson Atkins museum. Students left school at 8:45 and returned before the end of the day. When they arrived at the museum, they went through . . .
On September 28, the Jr. High football team had a great game winning against the Blue Jays. The final score was 52 to 30. Druing the game, the Blue Jays started with eight players, but had to pull two off . . .
On Monday, October 2nd, Wildcat students and staff members joined each other in the gym to do something amazing - present a check to the Red Cross to help with hurricane relief efforts. Student Council President . . .
Saturday, September 30, was a very brisk morning, but perfect for running. At Savannah High School, the Cross Country Wildcats all ran JV, and everyone placed. Coming in 1st was Mackenzie Meek with a time of 23:55, her . . .
Tuesday, September 26, 2017, the elementary academic team won just a single match in a meet at NorthEast Nodaway. The first match paired Osborn with St. Paul. Unfortunately, Osborn managed to score just 110 points . . .
Tuesday, September 26, Lafayette High School Invitational meet, and the Wildcats had one of the best runs of their season. Mackenzie Meek placed first again in JV with a time of 24:16. Coming in sixth was Kylee . . .
According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015, 3,477 people died in car crashes because of distracted driving. Over 660,000 people use their phone while driving every day. Teenagers are more likely to use . . .
Last Friday, the Stewartsville Cardinals beat the South Holt Trojans. It was a very hard fought game between the two teams coming to a final score of 46-44. The Cardinals had an amazing first 3 quarters, on defense they . . .
Last Saturday the Stewartsville/Osborn softball team traveled to Norborne for the Pirate Invitational. They played Hardin Central with an ending score of 3-13, Polo with a score of 2-8, and Marshall 0-14. Even though . . .
On September 21 at 5:00 p.m the Lady Cards faced off against Northeast Nodaway for the second time. The first time they played them in a Round Robin in August the score was 5-15. This game was more successful with an ending score . . .
All Americans are devastated by the damage of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. It’s horrible to see people in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean trying to get the necessities they need, and trying to get help. As a school, we want to . . .
The Cardinals suffered a rather disappointing loss last week. Southwest Livingston ran away with a 52-20 win against our Cardinals. It was the return of the much needed Linebacker Cole Bryant after an injury that kept him out for three . . .
Tuesday night the Elementary Academic Team played in North Andrew at 4:30 p.m. The score for the first match was St.Paul 170 and Osborn 150. The next match against Northeast Nodaway. though, was much better with a tie . . .
Last Thursday the Mass Media Staff went to Jostens Yearbook Workshop at Missouri Western State University. There they developed the 2017-2018 yearbook theme and also learned about different fonts. At the end of the workshop they went . . .
Wednesday, September 13, Osborn FBLA members got to attend Day at the K. Mrs. Burns the advisor and her students along with the Maysville advisor and members all took the same bus down to Kauffman Stadium. Before the . . .
The Lady Cardinals took on the Hardin Central Bulldogs last night. Our Osborn starters were Jessica Brush at 2nd, Allie Jackson at Right Field, and Haily Davis in Left Field. The game was tied 1-1 for the first 5 innings, then the Bulldogs . . .
Tuesday night at Rosecrans Memorial Airport, the Wildcats Cross Country team ran and came back with 3 medals. Mackenzie Meek placed 1st in JV, with a time of 24:57. She said, “Placing first in JV was hard, but thanks to all . . .
Last Saturday, the Osborn Band kicked off their marching season at the Maysville Harvest Parade. They played the School Fight Song and the Star Wars theme song. “Everybody showed up and did very well, and they were all in . . .
Thursday, September 14, Delta Dental held an assembly for elementary students. Every two years, they do the same assembly for students, helping them learn more about dental health. They try to make sure students know to brush their . . .
The Varsity Cardinal girls softball team played the lady Dekalb Tigers, losing 17 to 2. The girls did their best but couldn't pull it together. Haily Davis started the game pitching on the mound, and Jessica . . .
On Tuesday, September 12, our elementary Scholar Bowl team played three matches at South Nodaway. Scholar Bowl team members this year include Ethan Hall, Alex Manley, Chloe Ramsey, Josie Brush, Alyssa Sanderson, Kaden Stebbins, Lauryn . . .
The Wildcat Cross Country team ran at the Cameron Golf Course September 12. There was no PRs, but Mackenzie Meek placed 20th out of 31 girls and got a medal. Her time was 27:39, and it was a close race. Brionna Frans came . . .
OHS is one of the few schools in Missouri who is willing to take the AP computer challenge, and those students had a chance to meet with a professional in the field yesterday. Dr. Tim DeClue from Southwest Baptist University in . . .
Grandparents' Day was a success. Seventy-five grandparents attended the event, making for a busy day for all. Everyone seemed to enjoy their meal and seeing their family. The meal was scalloped potatoes and ham, . . .
Last night our JH Stew/Oz football team played against South Holt / Nodaway Holt JH boys . They lost to the Spartans 22 - 56, but played a really good game. Braxton Gibson made 3 touchdowns, had 2 kick returns, . . .
Last night, the Stewartsville/Osborn Cardinals played West Platte @Westplatte. They started off strong with a 1 to 0 lead. Our very own Jessica Brush hit a double and then scored the first point of the game. Throughout the game . . .
The 9th of September, the Stewartsville FFA chapter hosted the annual Barnwarming dance that FFA members and their dates attended at Keaton and Kurtis Nelson's barn. There was a hayride starting at the school to the Nelsons. The dance . . .
Last Saturday the Stewartsville/Osborn Cardinals played in the Polo Classic Softball Tournament. The first game they fell short 15-0 to Braymer. They also fell short the second game with the ending score of 6-0 Carrollton. However the last . . .
School can be stressful. Get a good head start on your day by following these tips. Get a good night sleep- You will be more awake and ready to take on the day with . . .
Yesterday was the first Cross Country meet of the season and it was a great start. For JV, Brionna Frans ran with a time of 27:13 and placed 7th in the Junior Varsity race. She said, “I was surprised I placed.” Olivia . . .
The Stew/Oz JH boys football team lost last night’s game to North Nodaway Mustangs. The game ended with a score of 0 to 14. The boys played a hard and great 8 minutes long for 4 quarters. Quarterback Braxton Gibson had two . . .
The Stewartville Cardinals won a home game against Northwest Nodaway yesterday. It was a close game, 3 to 4, with the Cardinals only winning by one point. They played a solid defense, and our own Osborn Wildcat Jessica Brush made a . . .
Looks like the Blue Jays were the more dominant species last Friday night. It was a 70-6 win for Rockport. The game was ended at half-time because Rockport was up more than 50 points. Gage Rush, the QB for the Cards, . . .
Last night Stewartsville/Osborn Cardinals played the Gilman City Hawks the ending score was 9-5. Senior Jessica Brush started at 2nd and Junior Haily Davis was starting pitcher. Haily Davis hit a homerun and both her and Jessica Brush hit a . . .
Last night we discovered that Panthers are carnivorous. The Stewartsville/Osborn Cardinals got beat 0-4. Starting for varsity Jessica Brush played at 2nd base and Haily Davis played in left field. After the Varsity game they . . .
Last night Stewartsville/Osborn Cardinals played the Platte Valley Eagles at Jefferson. The Cardinals came up short with a score of 0-15. Our own Layton Patterson pitched the first inning. Also Jessica Brush played first and Haily Davis . . .
The first home game for the Stewartsville Cardinals varsity football team was Friday, August 25 against Mound City. The Cardinals didn’t win, but they did manage to make two touchdowns by Dusty Jones and Dalton Martin . . .
The end of the year is coming, and celebrating it with your child is a great way to create lasting memories. Start a new tradition this year that your child can look forward to at the end of every school year. Here are a few ideas to help . . .