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Louisiana Man Dies In One-Car Crash

Kurtis M. Taylor, 25, of Louisiana died in a one-vehicle accident at 8:15 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 18 near Clarksville. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop C Taylor was driving a 2001 Dodge Caravan southbound on Highway D south of Route N when he failed to negotiate a curve and traveled off the left […]

Odom Arrested For Three Burglaries On Friday

Bowling Green Police arrested a man following a string of three attempted burglaries last week. Jeremiah Odom, 26, was taken into custody by authorities on Friday evening. As of press time, charges had not been made formal due to the holiday. Odom had been free on bond from a prior incident where he had been […]

Family Health Pharmacies Is Under New Ownership

John Murr Looks Forward To Retirement Family Health Pharmacies, which includes Bowling Green Pharmacy and Family Drug in Louisiana, has a new owner and it’s a familiar face. Shari Black and John Murr made the agreement official in December. Black is a Pike County native and calls Eolia home. She has been in the pharmaceutical […]

Louisiana City Officials Correct Long-Standing Payroll Policy

The City of Louisiana is auditing and changing a long-standing policy regarding the way payroll is processed. Late last week it was discovered that the process for calculating payroll for hourly law enforcement personnel is not in line with the expectations of administrative officials and police officers. The policy in question has been in place […]

Public Invited To Provide Input On Intersections

Over the last few months, Missouri Department of Transportation officials have met with selected area residents to help determine what recommendations could be presented to the public to improve Scotts and Bassinger Corners on US 54/MO 19 in Audrain County. The citizen’s advisory group, or CAG, was made up of six area residents and leaders […]

Woodson Faces Numerous Charges

On Saturday, Feb. 11 officers of the Vandalia Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of East Olive for a vehicle that failed to use turn signals. The vehicle was occupied by two male subjects. Officer made contact with the subjects when they stopped at a residence. After an investigation at the scene, […]

Shramek Arrested On Two Charges

On Saturday, Feb. 11 Vandalia police officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of East Olive for a vehicle that failed to use turn signals. Officers made contact with the vehicle after it stopped at a residence. The vehicle was occupied by two male subjects. The passenger of the vehicle was identified as; Steven […]

Teams Selected To Compete For New Champ Clark Bridge Contract

Engineers with the Missouri and Illinois Departments of Transportation that are working on the Champ Clark Bridge project have completed their evaluation of the Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) submitted by potential design-build teams, so the project is moving to the next phase. “These four teams will compete for the contract to oversee the design and […]

City Announces Casey’s To Expand On Shaon Property

Bowling Green Aldermen Prepare To Improve Park Equipment, Security Bowling Green city officials announced at the Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday night that Casey’s General Store has purchased the former Shaon Motors property and has submitted plans to expand their business. City Administrator Barb Allison said Casey’s will be tearing down the buildings at […]

Local Students Take Part In Project With Special Purpose For Potential Recipients

FBLA Members Build Prosthetic Hands To Present At State Before Donating To Disabled Kids Offering a helping hand has new meaning for students in the 3D modeling and animation class at Pike-Lincoln Technical Center who are working to construct a pair of prosthetic hands that can be utilized by children in need. Lori Collins teaches […]

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