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John B. Henderson Bust To Be Unveiled During Louisiana Bicentennial Celebration

John Brooks Henderson helped to change America, and there will soon be a permanent tribute in his hometown of Louisiana. A bust of the man who drafted and introduced the 13th Amendment outlawing slavery will be dedicated during the Louisiana Bicentennial Celebration June 30 to July 4. World-renown local artist John Stoeckley undertook the project […]

January 16th Online Edition

Click here to read the January 16th, 2018 edition of The People’s Tribune as a PDF.

Lady Hawks Fall In Tourney Championship To Monroe City

The (2) Clopton Lady Hawks weren’t able to make it five consecutive titles as they fell to the undefeated state-ranked Monroe City Lady Panthers in the championship of the 22nd Annual Clopton Tournament on Friday, Jan. 5. Clopton took second place with the 56-37 loss and picked up big wins over (7) Wright City, 90-21, […]

Safety Coalition Invites Public To Meeting For Opiod Use/Addition On Jan. 11

The Northeast Coalition for Roadway Safety will hold its quarterly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 11 from 9:30-11 a.m., in various locations using videoconferencing at Missouri Department of Transportation facilities. “We want to accommodate all our safety advocates, so we are encouraging anyone to attend who might be interested in the grants we offer or the […]

BOLA Is Sponsor Of Bicentennial

Bank of Louisiana is proud to be a Community Friend Sponsor of the upcoming Louisiana Missouri 2018 Bicentennial Celebration. Jim Ross, Bank of Louisiana President presented the donation to Cindy Blaylock, Co-Chair of the celebration committee. • Louisiana’s Past Looking Forward • Man Who Built First Pike County Courthouse Got Around Editor’s note: Louisiana celebrates its […]

National Mentoring Month Kick-Off Starts At Twin Pike Family YMCA

January is National Mentoring Month, and this year the Reach and Rise® Mentoring Program is celebrating 16 years of the mentoring movement with a recruitment campaign of one-on-one mentors in our area. Reach & Rise® One-on-One Mentoring Program looks for adult volunteers (mentors) who can guide and build a positive rapport with youth. Volunteers may […]

MDC, MoDOT Invite Schools To Fight Litter Through Trash Can Decorating Contest

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) invite Missouri public, private, and home-school students in grades K-8 to help fight litter in the Show-Me State — and to have creative and educational fun — by participating in the 2018 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest. The annual […]

January 9th Online Edition

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Clopton Tournament Is Underway!

  Lady Hawks Down Wright City To Open Tourney The Lady Hawks hammered Wright City 90-21 in the opening round of their 22nd Annual Clopton Tournament to kick off the new year on Monday, Jan. 1. Clopton has won their tournament the past four years straight (and nine of the last 10). This year they’re […]

Several Projects Making Progress In Bowling Green

Casey’s, Dollar Tree, Pike Medical Clinic Due To Open Soon Several new businesses are due to open their doors soon in Bowling Green as construction nears completion on three projects. The new Casey’s facility had been hammering along until the cold snap caused delays for work outside. Bowling Green Building Inspector Mel Orf pointed out […]

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