Ethan Stoetzer

07/06/2017 - 9:21am
Don your capes and pull up your tights, for the community will be in need of some powerful superheroes come this year’s annual Relay For Life. This year, the Franklin County Relay For Life fundraising event will need help from everyone in the community, to band together and assemble at the West Fork High School Football Field and Track (1475 255th St., Sheffield) to stand up to cancer, at...
06/28/2017 - 4:01pm
Franklin County District Court ruled that Roger and Kaye Peters, owners of now-closed-Hampton-business Franklin County Lumber (F.C. Lumber) are responsible for payment of $3,455,626.67 to the Exchange Bank of Missouri (Exchange Bank), as well as the bank’s attorney and legal fees — part of a law binding account agreement signed by both...
06/21/2017 - 5:47pm
This article is part of a larger series that will break up the data provided in the study into smaller sections, putting their impact into context of the multiple forces at work when it comes to the Franklin County housing market. For context, this story reviews the demographics of the Franklin County population. Future articles will breakdown the...
06/14/2017 - 3:36pm
     This article is part of a larger series that will break up the data provided in the study into smaller sections, putting their impact into context of the multiple forces at work when it comes to the Franklin County housing market. For context, this story highlights key portions of the study. Future articles will breakdown the...
06/07/2017 - 3:08pm
The Pioneer Enterprise will have a temporary addition to its newsroom staff this summer, as Hunter Shever, 21, will serve as a news intern until mid-August. Shever will be a senior this upcoming fall at Iowa State University, where he currently studies journalism and mass communication. Shever joins The Pioneer Enterprise having previously...
05/03/2017 - 3:46pm
     The Pioneer Enterprise has a new face in its newsroom. Serving as the Regional News Editor of The Pioneer Enterprise, as well as the Sheffield Press, is Caitlin Ware.      Ware, 21, comes from Panora, where she was a news reporter for the Guthrie County Vedette, the Guthrie Center Times, Lake Panorama Times...
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