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Bowling Green Courtwarming 2018

Bowling Green High School held Courtwarming activities prior to the girl’s championship game during the tournament on Friday, Jan. 26. Dylan Henderson and Jaylen Early (seated) were crowned king and queen. The court includes (back row, from left): Kamden Burnett, Summer Scherder, Bryson Heidecker, Caitlin Bilhartz, Corey Bell, Ashton Thornton, Shelby St.Aubyn, Noah Pafford, Madeline […]

Quilters Sought To Make Squares For Bicentennial

In addition to the many fundraiser events leading up to Louisiana celebrating its 200th anniversary, a local woman has volunteered to help craft a quilt of the town’s history. Helen Crew has done similar projects in the past. She came up with the idea of making a quilt celebrating Louisiana’s history. It will be raffled […]

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 […]

Ticket Line Open To Reserve Seats For Mayor’s Masquerade Ball On Feb. 3

The ticket hotline is officially open to reserve seats for the Mayor’s Masquerade Ball – an opportunity to celebrate and support the Louisiana community on Feb. 3. In keeping with the Bicentennial motto “the past looking forward,” the event is designed as a benefit in support of both the Louisiana R-II Performing Arts program and […]

Honeyshuck Holiday

Connie Fleming, left, and Barb Peasel tell Santa Claus what they want for Christmas during a holiday open house Dec. 16 at Honeyshuck, the Champ Clark home in Bowling Green. The national historic landmark is open by appointment during December for visitors to enjoy interior decorations. In addition, new donations have been added to the […]

Jolly Ol’ St. Nick…lean your ear this way!

The Jolly Old Elf was on hand to greet children at the annual Parents As Teachers (PAT) Breakfast With Santa at Clopton Elementary Saturday, Dec. 2. PAT coordinator Julie Phillips was pleased with the turnout as children enjoyed several activities including: a light breakfast, coloring and playdough activities, ornament making and sled rides. Pictured below […]

Annual Louisiana Church Walk

Karen Coletti, left, Martha Weston and Dennis Babbitt sing “I Saw Three Ships (Come Sailing In)” at Calvary Episcopal Church on Dec. 10 during the 24th annual Louisiana Area Historical Museum Mid-Town Christmas Church Walk. The three also performed “Love Came Down at Christmas,” “Infant Holy, Infant Lowly” and “Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head.” Babbitt […]

Poem Previews Dec. 10 Louisiana Church Walk

A new poem offers a quick glimpse to what participants will likely be treated on the 24th annual Louisiana Area Historical Museum Mid-Town Church Walk. The free event is Sunday, Dec. 10. It starts at 3 p.m. at Bethel AME at Sixth and Tennessee and proceeds to First Christian, First Baptist, Centenary United Methodist, Calvary […]

Thanksgiving Mix & Mash

Linda Narramore spreads mashed potatoes in a pan Nov. 23 during the 23rd Community of Faith Thanksgiving Dinner at Centenary United Methodist Church in Louisiana. Dozens of volunteers from local congregations served, delivered or made take-outs for more than 460 people. The kitchen went through 17 turkeys, nine gallons of milk, 24 gallons of green […]

Community Of Faith Thanksgiving Dinner

The annual Community of Faith Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be held again this year. The meal is open to anyone wanting to share in the food and fellowship on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, 2017.  Many people from several area churches and organizations will be not only contributing food items, but they will be preparing and […]

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