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Big Second Inning Carries Lady Hawks To District Championship Over Van-Far

Clopton Will Square Off With Northeast Cairo At Home For State Sectional The top-seeded Clopton Lady Hawks secured the Class 1 District 7 championship in a 5-3 victory over Van-Far on Friday night in New Haven. Van-Far (2) drew first blood with a run in the top of the second. Jordan Garner started off the […]

October 10th Online Edition

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Crowds Enjoy Fun In The Park

The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department held Family Fun Night on Saturday, Sept. 30 featuring food, vendors, games, an outdoor movie and a concert featuring blues singer Marquise Knox. Bowling Green City Administrator Barb Allison noted the event was well-received. Allison said the city will look to hold a similar event next spring. The […]

Bowling Green Works With County Officials To Move Forward On Building Demolitions

Bowling Green city officials and Pike County commissioners met with contractors on Monday, Oct. 2 in a pre-bid meeting to discuss possible building demolitions. The city is looking to take down the three-story brick building at the corner of Main and Court Streets that is owned by Gary Rahmeyer. Building Inspector Mel Orf told the […]

Officer Receives Award For Life-Saving Efforts

Bowling Green city officials presented Police Officer Ceira Cibert an award for her efforts in saving the life of a one-year-old child last month. Cibert responded to a call on Sept. 22 that the child had drown in the bathtub. She performed CPR and was able to revive the child. Cibert is pictured receiving the […]

Louisiana Bicentennial Items Available As Planning For Future Events Continues

Plans are taking shape for the Louisiana Bicentennial celebration that is being planned for June 30-July 4 next year. Folks in Louisiana have noticed that banners featuring the patriotic logo designed by Jeff Elmore have been hung on street lights throughout town. There is also a great deal of merchandise that people can buy featuring […]

Eastern MO Family YMCA Construction To Begin In October

Execution of the contract with Grove Construction to begin building the Eastern Missouri Family YMCA is in the final stages of review and construction is anticipated to begin around mid to late October. An amazing $1,670,355 has been raised so far, but a total of $1,922,500 is needed to open the facility for membership enjoyment. […]

October 3rd Online Edition

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Vandalia Hosts Prairie Day

It was a hot one at Vandalia Prairie Day, but folks braved the heat and enjoyed a day of fun and activities. The parade kicked off the festivities and following the parade Donley Morris, of Vandalia, was given the honor of being named the 2017 Heritage Prairie Farmer which is given annually. Find more on […]

City Of Vandalia Hires New Administrator

The City of Vandalia has hired Darren Berry as city administrator by a unanimous vote from the Board of Aldermen on Wednesday, Sept. 20. The search included advertising statewide and regionally with the board ultimately reviewing applications and hiring a life-long resident of the area. Berry has been involved in the Vandalia community in various […]

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