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Far Out, Man!

Raintree Arts Council held its annual fund-raising dinner “Encore” with a theme of “Get Your Hippie On” at the Apple Shed in Clarksville on April 6. President Judi Bruce, left, announces Mary Lindsay of Bowling Green as the Best Dressed Hippie Gal and Bob Ringhausen of Louisiana as the Best Dressed Hippie Guy. More than […]

Louisiana Quizbowl Team Is Headed To State For Third Year

The LHS Quizbowl team is stae bound for the third straight year! Louisiana defeated Brentwood High School in the Sectional round on Wednesday, April 17 to once again advance to the State Championship. The Sectional was a best two out of three format. The Bulldogs clenched the victory with two consecutive wins over the Eagles. […]

A Night At The Hungate

Bowling Green was well-represented at A Night at the Hungate, held Saturday, April 13 at the new state-of-the-art Hungate Arts Center in Troy. Named in honor of David Hungate, Troy High School graduate and founding member of the band Toto; and his father, the late William (Bill) Hungate, who was a musician and United States […]

Public Invited To Bridge Update

Massman Construction and the entire Champ Clark Bridge team invite the public to the monthly update meeting Saturday, April 27 at 10 a.m., in Riverview Park in Louisiana (weather permitting). This is an informal meeting and attendees are encouraged to ask questions. The update usually lasts about 60 minutes and is held the fourth Saturday […]

South Callaway FCA, FTA Donate To Dade Scholarship

Students from South Callaway High School’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and Future Teachers of America (FTA) clubs recently hosted an XBox tournament to collect donations in remembrance of BGHS senior Kaleo Dade, who was killed in a car accident last month. Students presented the donations to Tiffany Coleman-Dade, Kaleo’s mother. The Kaleo Dade Scholarship […]

April 23rd Online Edition

Click here to read the April 23rd, 2019 edition of The People’s Tribune as a PDF.

Shelby McMorris Signs With Central Methodist

Bowling Green senior Shelby McMorris signed a letter of intent last week to continue her education and softball career at Central Methodist University. McMorris was joined at the signing by her parents, Jeannie and Travis Stuckey, Coach Dean Streed and her fellow softball players.

Hendersons Part Of New Historical Marker

A former Pike County couple that made significant national contributions is being honored as part of a new historical marker. John Brooks Henderson and Mary Foote Henderson are recognized on the “Long Roads to Freedom” memorial, which will be dedicated April 18 in St. Louis. The public ceremony is at 10 a.m. in J.B. “Jet” […]

The Rock

Retired Judge Recalls Gridiron Glory Editor’s note: Brent Engel of Louisiana wrote the following story about Rockne Calhoun for the Hannibal Courier-Post on Oct. 1, 2010. Engel had several requests that it be published again in the wake of the former Pike County judge’s death on April 6. They said he was too slow. They […]

National Crime Victims Week

Offenders from Northeast Correctional Center in Bowling Green built and painted a picnic table to honor National Crime Victims’ Week celebrated April 7-13. The table was donated to the City of Louisiana.Pictured from left: Jacky Wong, Luke Scammell, Michael Krallman, and Michael Campbell. Find more photos from the event on page 6 of this week’s […]

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