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Clopton Throttles Louisiana In District Opener

The top-seeded Clopton Lady Hawks punched their ticket to the semifinal with a dominating 85-27 victory in the opening round of Class 2 District 6 tournament, and ended the season of the (8) Louisiana Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Hawks wasted no time, coming out of the gates hot and putting a 20-point advantage on the […]

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Lady Cats Defeat Winfield In District Opening Round

Bowling Green shook loose of (6)Winfield early, downing the Lady Warriors 63-28 in the opening round of the Class 3 District 7 tournament at Montgomery County on Monday. The number three seeded Lady Cats will next face second-seeded North Callaway on Wednesday. Bowling Green has split two games with the Lady Birds so far this […]

Family Health Pharmacies Is Under New Ownership

John Murr Looks Forward To Retirement Family Health Pharmacies, which includes Bowling Green Pharmacy and Family Drug in Louisiana, has a new owner and it’s a familiar face. Shari Black and John Murr made the agreement official in December. Black is a Pike County native and calls Eolia home. She has been in the pharmaceutical […]

Louisiana City Officials Correct Long-Standing Payroll Policy

The City of Louisiana is auditing and changing a long-standing policy regarding the way payroll is processed. Late last week it was discovered that the process for calculating payroll for hourly law enforcement personnel is not in line with the expectations of administrative officials and police officers. The policy in question has been in place […]

February 21st Online Edition

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Family Health Pharmacies Is Under New Ownership

Family Health Pharmacies, which includes the Bowling Green Pharmacy and Family Drug in Louisiana, has a new owner. John Murr sold the operation to a familiar face in Shari Black. The papers were signed in December. Black says there will be new changes in store for the facilities.

LHS Inducts Four Individuals, One Team As Inaugural Class In Athletic Hall Of Fame

Four individuals and one team was inducted into the Louisiana High School Athletic Hall of Fame in a special ceremony on Friday, Feb. 10. The inaugural class included William “Bill” Cunningham (athlete and coach), Rockne Calhoun (athlete), LeRoy Berry (athlete) and Tony Gschwender (coach). The class also includes the 1949 Louisiana Bulldogs football team. There […]

Louisiana Honors Fallen Police Officers

Two plaques were unveiled at the Louisiana City Council meeting on Monday, Feb. 13. The plaques recognize fallen officers, Chief of Police Rich Hughes and Officer Lowell Pew. Hughes was 43 when he passed away on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. Pew was just 25 when he was shot and killed in the line of duty […]

Public Invited To Provide Input On Intersections

Over the last few months, Missouri Department of Transportation officials have met with selected area residents to help determine what recommendations could be presented to the public to improve Scotts and Bassinger Corners on US 54/MO 19 in Audrain County. The citizen’s advisory group, or CAG, was made up of six area residents and leaders […]

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