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Check out the 2019 Fall Sports Guide

Check out the 2019 Fall Sports Guide Inside this week’s print edition!! The Special Section Includes Coach’s Reports, Schedules & More

Louisiana PD Honored With Bread

On Friday, Aug. 23 the Louisiana Police Department were honored as First Responders and was presented 10 loaves of homemade bread baked by the Louisiana Presbyterian Church pastor, the Rev. Dr. Jay Ayers. Pictured, from left: Ayers, Ed Pennington, elder of the church; and Louisiana Police Department Chief April Epperson.

Grote Gives Rousing Show In Clarksville

Moments after taking the stage, Donna Grote told the audience at her first solo concert that music “encourages us through life’s ups and downs.”The next two hours proved her point. Grote delivered tunes from 1936 to 2017 during her show “Music Through the Decades” Aug. 25 at the Apple Shed Theatre in Clarksville.From the opening […]

Klott Inducted Into Missouri 4-H Hall Of Fame At State Fair

Mike Klott of Bowling Green is one of 43 people inducted Saturday, Aug. 17 into the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame, reflecting their decades of support to their county clubs and national organization.  Klott, a 25 year employee of Woods Smoked Meats, has worked in the curing phase of the operation. He has spent many […]

Eastern Missouri YMCA Announces Current Activities At Facility

Quarter Madness is coming to the Eastern Missouri YMCA in Vandalia on Saturday, Nov. 9 as the kick off for our first annual support campaign. The campaign asks our members and communities for donations to help make Y membership and programs available in the form of financial aid to children, adults, and families. The funds […]

August 27th Online Edition

Click here to read the August 27th, 2019 edition of The People’s Tribune as a PDF.

Honey Shuck Receives Donation

Pictured is a chocolate set that was donated to Honey Shuck, this historic museum home of Champ Clark, by Dr. and Mrs. John Middleton, Virginia Wenzell, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Connet. The chocolate set was originally used in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Clark. Find more highlights from a recent visit by relatives of […]

Cancer Memorial Park To Host First Celebration Of Life Survivor Dinner, Luminary Service

The board of the Cancer Memorial Park has recently announced the first Celebration of Life event to be held in Bowling Green on the evening of Friday, Sept. 13. The event will include a dinner for cancer survivors hosted by the First Presbyterian Church of Bowling Green and a luminary service in the Cancer Memorial […]

Two Bowling Green Residents Face Charges Following Chase

Two Bowling Green men face numerous charges following events that took place on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Pike County Sheriff Stephen Korte reports a citizen reported that a vehicle that was involved in the burglary of their home recently was seen traveling in the area of the Bowling Green reservoir. During the course of investigating the […]

Progress Being Made On Georgia Street Project

Progress is being made along historic Georgia Street which is one part of an overall effort for street and utility improvement throughout the town. In 2015 residents in Louisiana approved a one-half percent sales tax for transportation projects and a one-quarter percent sales tax for storm water drainage projects. This kicked off a major effort […]

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