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Ethel Ruth Clausen

Ethel Ruth Clausen, 62, of Farber died unexpectedly Sunday, March 26 at her home. Services are pending at Waters Funeral Home in Vandalia.

Robert ‘Bob’ E. Coffelt

Robert E. Coffelt, 78, of Troy died Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at St. Joseph West Hospital in Lake St. Louis. He was born on Aug. 14, 1938 in Perryville to Henry J. and Viola B (Hudson) Coffelt. After graduating from the local school, Bob enlisted in the U.S. Army and served during Korean and Vietnam […]

Battle Of The Conferences

The Second Annual Senior Showcase All-Star game between the Clarence Cannon and EMO Conferences took place last week on Thursday, March 16 at Palmyra High School. The Clarence Cannon girls defeated the EMO girls, 67-61, then the Clarence Cannon boys edged out the EMO boys in a double overtime tilt, 75-74. Louisiana senior P.J. Francis earned […]

One Vehicle Accident Claims Life Of Bowling Green Man

A Bowling Green man was tragically killed in a one-vehicle accident on Saturday, March 18 in Lincoln County. Justin L. Mannahan, 35, was travelling on Route E, one mile west of Route O in Lincoln County when the accident occurred. According to Troop C of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the collision took place at […]

Louisiana Woman Faces Drug Charges

A Louisiana woman faces several drug-related charges following the execution of a search warrant by the Pike County Sheriff’s Department on Saturday, March 18. Melinda Ralph, 38, was arrested following the search at 519 Washington Street where methamphetamine and paraphernalia were seized. Pike County Sheriff Stephen Korte said the search warrant was based on information […]

Presenting The American Revolution

Bowling Green Elementary hosted a special event last week as students provided reports on history. The “Living Museum of the American Revolution” was held on Thursday, March 16. Above, Seth Reid and Olivia Dawson share a smile while in character with their presentation on the Declaration of Independance.

Good News For Pike Sheltered Workshop Recycling Program, Curbside Collection

The Pike County Sheltered Workshop received good news recently about its recycling program and it appears curbside collection will continue. Julie Moore, the director of Pike Shop, says the return on recycling has improved which will help the program offered in Bowling Green a great deal. Last year the returns on items such as paper […]

BGPD Seeks Information Into Vandalism

The Bowling Green Police Department is seeking information into incidents of vandalism that took place on Saturday night. Chief Don Nacke said the incidents appear to be the work of juveniles, though nothing has been ruled out as the investigation continues. He explained that damage was done to a building on the square in addition […]

Drug, Alcohol Rehab Center Set To Open In April At Large Eolia Estate

It became official last week that the large Behlmann property off Highway 61 near Eolia has been purchased by Summit BHC and will serve as a private alcohol and drug addiction recovery center. The facility will be known as The Aviary Recovery Center and is slated to open in April this year. This will be […]

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