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Louisiana Council Splits Vote To Fire City Administrator Bob Jenne

Louisiana Council Splits Vote To Fire City Administrator Bob Jenne

Former Administrator Kelly Henderson Hired In Interim April M. Fronick • Editor • april@thepeoplestribune.com Fired Louisiana City Administrator Bob Jenne hopes to win back the job he loves in an appeal to the same panel that voted overwhelmingly to terminate him. The City Council hearing is at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 29 and will be closed […]

Races Set For April 7 Municipal Elections

Races Set For April 7 Municipal Elections

Municipal races are now set for the April 7 election ballot in the areas covered by the Trib. Louisiana will feature the biggest batch of races. In Ward 1, there is a one-year term for the seat previously held by Tim Carter. The council had voted to install previous council member Mona Brown to that […]

Hearing Set For Accused Walmart Thief

Hearing Set For Accused Walmart Thief

A Feb. 4 counsel status hearing is set for a Vandalia woman accused of stealing almost $800 worth of items from the Bowling Green Walmart. Karen Ramirez, 53, is charged with felony theft. Authorities say they were called to the retailer on Jan. 19 about a case of shoplifting. Ramirez is accused of stealing more […]

The Brothers Roberson Win $100,000 At Country Showdown In Nashville

The Brothers Roberson Win $100,000 At Country Showdown In Nashville

For the last 33 years, the Country Showdown has put a spotlight on up and coming talent in Country Music. Another winner was announced Wednesday, Jan. 21 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. Five contestants from across the country represented the region they live in. Eli Tellor, Nate Kenyon, Marie Wise-Hawkins, The Brothers Roberson, […]

Louisiana Mayor, Council Outline Funding For DNR-Mandated Water Upgrades

Louisiana Mayor, Council Outline Funding For DNR-Mandated Water Upgrades

April M. Fronick • Editor • april@thepeoplestribune.com Louisiana Mayor Bart Niedner says a plan has been laid out to pay for implementation of the LT2 project, which is mandated by the Department of Natural Resources, to bring the city’s water up to standard. The deadline for the project is in October. Last week, City Administrator […]

Bank Of Louisiana Pledges $10,000 To Pike County Fairgrounds Project

Bank Of Louisiana Pledges $10,000 To Pike County Fairgrounds Project

The Pike County Fairgrounds will hopefully be receiving a facelift thanks to a generous pledge donation from Bank of Louisiana. At the last fair board meeting, a proposal was made regarding the construction of a new outdoor canopy and stage on the track, which would allow for the hosting of larger entertainment events, as well […]

Bowling Green Administrator Resigns

Bowling Green Administrator Resigns

Dan Lang Will Serve As Economic Development Director For Wentzville; Says Much Has Been Accomplished Dan Lang is returning to where it all began. Lang is resigning as Bowling Green city administrator to take the helm as economic development director in Wentzville, the growing city where he grew up. “I’m excited to go back and […]

Farber Fire Department Hosts Training Session

Farber Fire Department Hosts Training Session

The 16 hour Emergency Vehicle Driver Training presented by MU Fire & Rescue Training Institute was hosted by Farber Volunteer Fire Dept. on Jan. 3 and Jan. 10. Twenty eight members of the Laddonia Volunteer Fire Department, Vandalia Volunteer Fire Department, Curryville Volunteer Fire Department and Van-Far Ambulance personnel spent the first Saturday in classroom […]

Tim Gamm Looks Forward To Road Ahead As Owner Of Calvert’s General Insurance Agency

Tim Gamm Looks Forward To Road Ahead As Owner Of Calvert’s General Insurance Agency

This new year brought a new opportunity for Tim Gamm and his family as he officially purchased Calvert’s General Insurance Agency in Bowling Green. Gamm purchased the company from Jim and Ann Hiles who are looking forward to retirement. Jim plans to continue working through June. Gamm has been an agent with Calvert’s for over […]

Bowling Green Pays Off Fire Truck With Settlement

Bowling Green Pays Off Fire Truck With Settlement

The City of Bowling Green purchased a used fire truck in February 2013, and recently paid off the balance. The fire truck was previously in service at the City of St. Charles Fire Department. It was acquired through a return to the leasing company when a new fire truck was purchased in St. Charles. The fire truck purchase […]

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