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Van-Far Cheerleaders Crush Competition At Regionals

The Van-Far Competition Squad competed at the regional meet on Thursday, July 20 at Moberly Area Community College. They performed in the Regional Class 1 Large category and brought home first-place honors. The crew will now travel to the University of Missouri-Columbia on Oct. 28 to compete for the state title. Pictured, front row (l-r): […]

Clarksville Gets Assistance For Wastewater System

The City of Clarksville recently received a Small Community Engineering Assistance Program Grant that is funded through the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This grant is to be used for the development of a facility plan, for planning purposes, and to evaluate how the wastewater system will respond to potential future requirements. Clarksville Mayor Jo […]

Louisiana Student Puts Leadership In Practice During State Chamber Program

There’s no better way to develop leadership skills than to practice, practice, practice. That is exactly what Hanna Blackmore, a student at Louisiana High School, did while recently attending the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Leadership in Practice program. Hanna joined more than 120 high school students who were selected as future leaders from […]

MDC Invites Explorers To Discover Unique Rock Tunnel Sculpted By Water Near Whiteside

It’s something you might not expect to come upon while hiking to a serene Missouri creek. But there it is—a 50-foot domed cliff of stone. Looming over the creek it paints a shimmering reflection on the pool below. Through the rock stretches a tunnel, 12 feet wide and 16 feet tall, carved clean through by […]

July 25th Online Edition

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Pick up your guide to the 2017 Pike County Fair in the print edition of this week’s edition of The People’s Tribune!

Fun & Games At St. Clement Picnic

The annual St. Clement Knights of Columbus picnic was held on Saturday, July 15. The grounds were filled with people taking part in games and activities throughout the day in addition to the delicious meals. Above, Lorna and Lucy Korte try to ring prizes at one of the game booths.

Progress Continues In Discussion Toward Centralized 911 Services

Panel Identifies Concerns, Goals For Moving Forward While there continues to be differences of opinion on the best way to consolidate 911 services for Pike County, progress is being made as the new panel held their second official meeting last week. The panel has identified concerns of the many stakeholders and has started to analyze […]

PCMH Again Receives Recognition From Becker’s Hospital Review

The Becker’s Hospital Review has named Pike County Memorial Hospital as one of “62 Critical Access Hospitals to Know.” The critical access hospitals featured on this list have a reputation for superior service and care. All hospitals featured on this list have 25 or fewer inpatient beds and an annual average length of stay no […]

Portions Of Highway 61 To Be Resurfaced Starting At Bowling Green On July 24

Drivers will soon enjoy a new, smoother surface on 19 miles of the southbound lanes of Highway 61 between Bowling Green and the Route E intersection in Lincoln County. Chester Bross Construction of Hannibal was awarded the contract for $3.6 million to resurface the southbound lanes, including shoulders, of U.S. 61 and add in a […]

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