Lots of running room –– Garrett Brannan (88) finds lots of room to run after the Tiger “O” line opened a huge hole.  The Tigers racked up more than 200 rushing yards in their 42-0 win over the Mustangs.   (Photo by Ralph Sabetti.)
Morgan Wallen, whose single “Up, Down,” went to #1 on the billboard country music charts in June, will headline the entertainment Sunday, Sept. 30 at this year’s Beardstown Fall Fun Festival.
Cass County Star-Gazette Sports Editor Don Chipman has been named a recipient of the 2018-19   Media Distinguished Service Award, joining three other sports journalists to be so honored by IHSA.  
Cass Communications and the Gill Family presented Beardstown Mayor Leslie Harris and members of the Beardstown Harbor Committee with a check for $5,000 Tuesday afternoon.  The donation will be put toward the costs associated  with making the... more
A time of Remembrance – The Community Hope and Recovery Center held a candle-light vigil Sunday night in the Beardstown City Square in remembrance of those lives tragically lost to suicide; the families left behind, and those persons dealing with... more
Going up high for the spike––Elizabeth Garcia BHS outside hitter goes for one of her eight kills in a two set loss to the Lady Mustangs of Mendon Unity  last week.  The hometowners bounced back with a hard earned three game set win over the Lady... more

Jack Dean Russell

Jack Dean Russell, 82, of Rushville died Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Heritage Health in Mt. Sterling.

Colwell Memorial Home in Beardstown is in charge of arrangements.

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Cass County Star-Gazette Sports Editor Don Chipman has been named a recipient of the 2018-19 Media Distinguished Service Award, joining three other sports journalists to be so honored by IHSA.

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The BHS Tiger Soccer team continues to prove that it is an area powerhouse by going 3-0-1 with impres- sive wins over Monmouth- Rosedale 7-2, North Mac 6-0, to go with a huge win over unbeaten Rive

Obituaries

Alfred Ernest “Al” Knowles, 73, of Pulaski, TN and formerly of Virginia, passed away Aug. 17 at Maury Regional Medical Center in Columbia, TN.