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Lutie High School golfer Sam Wynn placed 10th at the 2024 Class 1 District 3 golf meet and 38th at the state competition.
Ozark County’s high school golf teams had several competitors who participated in the 2024 Class 1 State golf meet, held May 13-14 in Joplin. During the first day of competition, the golfers placed (Results of the second day were not available at presstime but will be included in next week’s...
  The Bakersfield High School golf team took home the first place plaque in the April 15 Clever Invitational Golf Tournament and another first place plaque in the April 12 Willow Springs Invitational tournament. The team, pictured from left, includes: Coach Micheal Mahan, Ethan Cotter, CJ Carey,...
Ten Lutie students placed locally in the Fleet Reserve essay contest. First place winners in each grade level have gone on to a regional competition. Pictured, from left, are, back row: Nicholas Cowan, first place; MaryJane Flygare, second place; Adam Cole, first place; Donovan Homer, third place....
The 2024 Lutie High School homecoming ceremony was held last Friday night, Feb. 9, where Aidan Chilson was crowned king and Sabrina Engelhardt was crowned queen. The full Lutie homecoming court is pictured above, from left, back row: Robby Dickman, Dakota Waterman, king Aidan Chilson, Logan...
The Lutie Indians boys basketball team competed in its first home game Friday, Dec. 1, facing off against Bradleyville. Head coach Heath Treat said that although the team is lacking in size and experience, he is hopeful that with hard work and dedication, the team will continually improve this...
Lutie High School student Emma Shockey competed in the Class 1 Missouri state golf tournament Oct. 16-17 at the Sedalia Country Club. She tied for 25th place out of 95 competitors with a total score of 209 (round one with 108 and round 2 with 101). Shockey was 10 strokes away from all-qualifying...
Lutie High School student Emma Shockey, pictured with coach Buck Comstock (right) and Emma’s dad/Lutie co-coach Matt Shockey, placed seventh in the class 1 district 1 girls golf tournament, held at the Horton Smith Golf Course in Springfield Oct. 5. Shockey had a par +33 and a stroke score of 103....

Lutie student Dakota Waterman holds a squid for Bayleigh Guidry to examine at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab during a recent visit with Lutie School. Classmate Robby Dickman, holding the phone, took photos of the marine animal during their time at the lab.
Ten Lutie High School students recently embarked on an “unforgettable educational adventure” to Dauphin Island Sea Lab for a captivating school field trip. Nestled along the Gulf Coast of Alabama, the marine science facility offered the young explorers “a unique and immersive experience,” said...
On Friday, Sept. 1, the Lutie School District was placed into secure mode or “lock down” for about 10 minutes, after a noise was heard by staff that sounded like gunshots.  It was discovered that the sound had actually come from a power tool that was being used in a construction zone near the...

Lutie creative writing students pictured here are, from left, front to back: Kayla Munsell, Bayleigh Guidry, LilyAnna Flygare, Tyler Mabary, Emily Linenbrink, Angel Hill, Robin Schofield and Gage Christine.
Students in Lutie High School’s recent creative writing class were published in and featured by the literary magazine “Cholla Needles” in Joshua Tree, California.  The cover art of the magazine features the wall mural inside Lutie’s halls, which says, “Everybody is Somebody.” The work has graced...

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