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The Learning Center Earns ‘MOve Smart’ Status

The Learning Center Earns ‘MOve Smart’ Status

TLC Promotes An Active Lifestyle With Physical Activity Standards For Child Care The Learning Center in Bowling Green has adopted new guidelines for physical activity to assist it in guiding children’s optimal physical growth and health and further promote an active lifestyle for children. The Missouri MOve Smart Guidelines, developed by the Missouri Department of […]

Building Is Razed In Bowling Green

Building Is Razed In Bowling Green

The two-story building that was the former home of Dr. Flora Young’s Alternative Health Services was demolished late Thursday afternoon following several years of structural damage to the facility. Bowling Green Building Inspector Mel Orf said the building was placed on a “dangerous building” list after it was discovered that water damaged had weakened the […]

Authorities Investigate Bomb Threat At Fifth Gear In Louisiana On Saturday

Authorities Investigate Bomb Threat At Fifth Gear In Louisiana On Saturday

Charges may be pending against an Arizona man who made a bomb threat to Fifth Gear in Louisiana on Saturday, July 25. A male suspect was taken into custody by officials in Arizona as local law enforcement completed a sweep of the Fifth Gear facilities. No bombs or other illicit materials were found in the […]

Aldermen To Look At Intersection

Aldermen To Look At Intersection

The Bowling Green Board of Aldermen plan to receive the project at the intersection of Champ Clark Drive and Business Highway 61 on Wednesday, July 29. The work to improve drainage and the grade of the intersection was recently completed by Mid-River Asphalt.

Board Of Aldermen Examines Street Improvement Funding

Board Of Aldermen Examines Street Improvement Funding

City officials heard about funding options for the $1.2 million in upcoming street improvements slated for this year at the Bowling Green Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday, June 20. City Administrator Barb Allison told the Trib that engineering plans should be completed in the next couple of weeks for work on the square and […]

Bowling Green Welcomes New Parks & Rectreation Director

Bowling Green Welcomes New Parks & Rectreation Director

Hannah Mae Sinclair, the new Parks and Recreation Director for the City of Bowling Green, enjoyed her first day on the job on Monday by surveying the grounds and meeting local folks. “I’m so glad to be getting started. Everyone has been so nice and welcoming. I’m eager to get things going,” she said. Sinclair […]

Students Get First-Hand Look At Health Care At MASH Camp

Students Get First-Hand Look At Health Care At MASH Camp

Pike County Memorial Hospital recently coordinated a two-day hands-on educational experience for 15 sixth, seventh and eighth graders from the area. MASH Camp is hosted annually by PCMH and the North East Missouri Area Education Centers. “This is an amazing two days for us to introduce these young people to the reward we feel when […]

Champ Clark Bridge Replacement Is Not On Five-Year Construction List

Champ Clark Bridge Replacement Is Not On Five-Year Construction List

Replacing the bridge at Louisiana is not on a new five-year list of Missouri transportation projects, but the state promises it’s still a priority. The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a construction schedule for 2016 to 2020. The plan reflects an expected drop in funding. It does not call for a replacement of […]

Bowling Green Police Search For Man Who Robbed Hardee’s

Bowling Green Police Search For Man Who Robbed Hardee’s

Bowling Green Police Chief Don Nacke urges anyone with information about the robbery that took place at Hardee’s restaurant on Saturday, July 11 to contact authorities. The suspect is described as a white male who is approximately 6’2” and he was wearing blue jeans and blue shirt at the time of the robbery. Hardee’s employees […]

YMCA Helps Area Children To Be Safe Around Water

YMCA Helps Area Children To Be Safe Around Water

Twin Pike YMCA Increases Availability Of Water Safety, Swim Lessons As part of the Y’s commitment to reduce drowning rates and keep kids safe in and around the water, the Twin Pike Family YMCA will provide scholarships for swim instruction and water safety to children from under served communities in the Twin Pike service area […]

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