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Former Bowling Green Restaurant Is Getting A New Purpose

Bill Allen Plans To Open ‘54 Banquet Hall’ By June The building that has served as a restaurant for the past few decades will have a new function as a banquet/reception center under the ownership of Bill Allen. Fire claimed J&J’s Roadhouse (formerly Crystal’s Restaurant) on Business Highway 54 in August last year. The blaze […]

April 18th Online Edition

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Louisiana Community Betterment Youth Plan Riverfront Beautification Project

The youth group of the Louisiana Community Betterment Association are planning a riverfront beautification project. The project includes replacing the old railroad tie flower beds with stone enclosures, repairing or replacing the poles that stretch across the parking area and painting. The group has a work day planned for Saturday, April 22. They are asking […]

Baseball: Louisiana vs. Highland

Join The People’s Tribune Monday (4/17) for TribCast Coverage of High School Baseball from Wallace Park in Louisiana as the Bulldogs host the Highland Cougars. Coverage begins at 4:45 PM with the Cuivre River Electric Cooperative/TribCast Pregame.

Chamber Celebrates Successful Year

Ann Narramore, Bart Niedner, And Others Recognized With Awards It was another banner night for the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce at their annual banquet on Friday, April 7. The theme of this year’s event was “Bridging the Gap” and Keith Killen, MoDOT Transportation Project Manager, provided the program on replacement of the Champ Clark Bridge. The […]

Lagemann Signs With John Wood

Ashtyn Lagemann, senior at Clopton High School, signed to play basketball with John Wood Community College. Ashtyn, daughter of Larry and Susan Lagemann, was a highly decorated player for the Lady Hawks, playing all four years under her father and coach, Larry Lagemann. Pictured at the signing front row (l-r): Evan, her brother; Larry, Ashtyn […]

Teasley Chosen To Attend State Agribusiness Academy

Bowling Green High School student Payton Teasley is among 30 high school sophomores were recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Missouri Agribusiness Academy (MAbA). Students selected will spend the first week of June in the Kansas City region exploring various facets of agriculture. “These young men and women have already developed some […]

Public Meeting Will Be April 20 To Discuss Replacing Bridge Near Middletown On 161

This summer, the Missouri Department of Transportation and its contractor will close MO 161 to replace the bridge over the Cuivre River just east of Middletown in Montgomery County. To learn more about the project, area residents and drivers of MO 161 east of Middletown are encouraged to attend a public informational meeting on Thursday, […]

Silex Prom 2017

Silex High School held prom activities on Saturday, April 8 at Silex High School gym. Nick Kientzy and Mandy Franklin (seated) were crowned king and queen. The court included (standing, l-r): Madison Tucker, Jake Price, McIntyre Wilmes, Joe Martin, Elly Boothe and Daniel Trentman. Find more free, downloadable photo highlights from this year’s prom in […]

Treble Choir Gets I Rating At State Music Festival

The Treble Choir from Bowling Green High School received a 1 rating at the State Music Festival on March 8 at Ft. Zumwalt South High School in St. Peters. The choir is under the direction of Elaine Carty. Marcia Tepen serves as accompanist.

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