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33rd Annual BGHS Alumni Banquet

Alan Hiles addresses the crowd at the 33rd Annual BGHS Alumni Association Reunion Banquet on Saturday, Oct. 14. Hiles portrays Champ Clark and this was the anniversary of The Speaker yearbook. A new portrait of Clark was unveiled at the event. Find more photos on page 15 and in the Trib online gallery.

Folks Enjoy Weekend Of Fun At Applefest

Despite a little rain on Saturday night the weather was great for this year’s Clarksville Applefest which was held last weekend. Above the Legion float helps lead the parade. Find more photo highlights on page 9 and in the Trib online gallery.

LadyCats Claw Through Metro; Palmyra To Earn First Trip To State

Bowling Green is heading to their first ever softball final four after a pair of impressive wins to open the MSHSAA Class 2 State Tournament. After wasting little time downing Metro in the opening round on Wednesday, the Lady Cats took on Palmyra at home on Saturday. The Panthers were a surprise participant after downing the […]

Vandalia Announces New Business On The Way

The City of Vandalia is pleased to welcome Albsmeyer Electric, Inc., to the Vandalia community. Albsmeyer Electric Inc., of Payson, Ill., has agreed to purchase 3.1 acres in the Vandalia Industrial Park, on which a 6,400 square foot building will be constructed within a year. From this facility, Albsmeyer Electric will be offering the sales […]

Bowling Green Aldermen Open Bids On Building Demolition

Despite the county commission deciding to back out of working together to take down two dilapidated properties for the city along with portions of the Courthouse Annex, the Bowling Green Board of Aldermen opened bids for the projects yesterday. Presiding Commissioner Chris Gamm attended the board’s committee meeting on Monday, Oct. 2. At that time […]

October 17th Online Edition

Click here to read the October 17th edition of The People’s Tribune as a PDF.

Back-To-Back No-Hitters As Lady Cats Blast Their Way To Fourth District Championship

Bowling Green To Face Metro In State Sectional Pitcher Sarah Harness was nails in her return to the circle for Class 2 District 6 tournament action and the Bowling Green bats were hot as the Lady Cats blasted six homers in the semifinal and championship combined. Top-seeded Bowling Green showed their strength, eliminating Trinity Catholic […]

County Market Will Close Tonight; Reopen In December As Save-A-Lot

County Market Pharmacy To Remain Open Throughout Renovation It was announced last week that County Market grocery store on Business Highway 61 in Bowling Green will close its doors at 6 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, Oct. 10) to prepare for a transformation and reopening as Save-A-Lot. Employees at County Market were informed of the decision in […]

Pike County Commission Changes Tune On Future Of Annex Buildings

It now appears the Pike County Courthouse Annex, located on Main Street in Bowling Green, will remain intact and will even undergo improvements rather than portions of it being taken down along with the three-story building on the corner next to it. There has been confusion over the future of all the buildings as both […]

Louisiana Officials Consider Settlement In Discrimination Case By Former Officer

Mayor Discusses Insufficiencies In Current State Law For Discrimination Claims The Louisiana City Council discussed a settlement in closed session on Monday to end a discrimination case that was brought forth by a former officer with the city’s police department. Lorne Jackman claimed he was a victim of age and race discrimination when he was […]

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