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Bowling Green Board Reorganizes

Bowling Green officials took the oath of office at the Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday, April 16. Pictured from left: Mark Bair (Ward 2), Craig Burnett (Ward 3), Diane Kirkpatrick (Ward 1-unexpired), Mike Pugh (Ward 1) and Mayor Don Hunter. The board also elected Kirkpatrick as board president and Terry Burris as vice president […]

Cruise Night Greets Springtime In Martinsburg

Martinsburg will be welcoming spring on Friday, April 27, with the annual Cruise Night and Car Show. Martinsburg Area Community Betterment Council will host the 15th annual event from 5-8 p.m. While it might be a bit early in the season for the true car show enthusiasts, the get-together is sure to invoke some spring […]

April 17th Online Edition

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Moore-Pike Nursing Home May Face Upcoming Closure

Pam Meier, administrator of Moore-Pike Nursing Home in Bowling Green issued a statement on Monday regarding rumors about the facility and its potential closure. “The State of Missouri cut all Missouri nursing home Medicaid rates by $5.37 per person, per day last year. Our census has been low the last four years due to residents […]

Silex Prom 2018

Silex held prom activities on Saturday, April 7. Jake Adams and Riley Sullivan were crowned king and queen. Find a photo of the full court on page 12 of this week’s print edition.

Construction Progresses On Eastern MO YMCA

Excitement is buzzing as construction progresses on the Eastern Missouri Family YMCA. The outer perimeter of the metal building is taking shape and providing area residents with a better grasp to the size of the facility. In general, the gym will be on the south end of the building end and the wellness area will […]

Louisiana Celebrates Another Successful Year At Annual Chamber Of Commerce Banquet

It was another banner night for the City of Louisiana at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet on Friday, April 6. The theme of this year’s event was the Bicentennial “The Past Looking Forward.” A brief presentation was given by Jim Crawford and Dr. Gary McKiddy, both former Louisiana residents. They have been working on […]

Rahmeyer Building Comes Down

The three-story building at the corner of Main and Champ Clark Drive was reduced to rubble over the weekend and work continues this week to clear away the debris. A great deal of bricks was collected and the top story had to be removed by hand to protect the Pike County Courthouse Annex that is […]

April 10th Online Edition

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Salmon Signs With Webster University

2018 Van-Far graduate Walter Salmon, Jr., signed a letter of intent at Webster University to compete in track and field. Salmon signed the letter in a ceremony on Wednesday, March 28. Pictured, front row (l-r): Angella Baldwin, mother; Walter; Bransen Salmon, brother; and Andre Salmon, uncle. Second row: Cris Cross and Kevin Baldwin, Van-Far track coaches. […]

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