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Cuivre River Electric Officially Breaks Ground For New Headquarters Facility

Construction on the new Cuivre River Electric Cooperative headquarters facility officially kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony held on June 26 at the co-op’s current headquarters, 1112 E. Cherry Street in Troy. The new building is being constructed on the same site, to be situated on what is currently the employee parking lot. “It was […]

July 9th Online Edition

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Pawsitively Pampered Pets Moves To New Location, Expands Services

You might think you are about to be pampered with a mani/pedi or treated to a slick new hair style when you walk in and see all the trappings of a chic salon. It might not be until you notice the delicately-iced treats are in the shapes of bones and paws, and the jewelry is […]

Graves Introduces Bill To Help Missourians Flood Recovery

Congressman Sam Graves (MO-06) introduced legislation on Thursday, June 27 to help Missouri communities recover from this year’s devastating floods and better prepare for future floods. The bill, the “Resilient Communities Act of 2019” (H.R. 3531), allows the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide Missouri and otherstates resources to set up a fund for mitigation […]

Vandalia Considers Addition Of Medical Marijuana Facility

Two Companies Looking For Business Space City leaders in Vandalia held a meeting last week that was open to the public to discuss the possibility of an interesting new business moving to town. Missouri recently joined with many other states in the country in allowing medicinal marijuana. This has created the need for cultivation processing […]

Democratic Club Donates To Clarksville Church

The Pike County Democratic Club donated $500 June 28 to Clarksville United Methodist Church. The money will be used to help with the congregation’s ongoing expenses from operating a feeding center for those who battled recent flooding or were victims of the high water. Pictured are Democratic Club Central Committee Chairman Donnie Stewart, Club Treasurer […]

New Champ Clark Bridge To Be Dedicated On Aug. 3

Despite record flooding, Massman Construction Co. continues to make significant progress on the new Champ Clark Bridge and is expecting the new bridge to be completed sooner than originally anticipated. “We are very excited to go ahead and work with several in the region to plan a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for Saturday, Aug. […]

July 2nd Online Edition

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Bowling Green Library To Hold Summer Story Hour

‘A Universe Of Stories’ Is Theme Of This Year’s Reading Program Bowling Green Public Library is once again planning its summer story hour programs. The theme for this year’s reading program is “A Universe of Stories.” The first story hour will occur on Wednesday, June 26, 10 a.m., featuring the Kids in Motion group. The students in […]

Awaiting The Heat At Chili Cookoff

Raintree Arts Council board members Linda Blakey, left, Debbie Ingram and Judi Bruce await delivery of more entries in the Show Me Missouri State Chili Cook-Off. The event usually is held in Clarksville, but was moved to Louisiana this year due to flooding concerns. Despite rain and high humidity, crowds turned out on Main Street […]

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