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Crews Battle Large Blaze At Jensen Auto Body In Vandalia

Fire Claims Building, Contents, Several Vehicles Vandalia firefighters spent over five hours battling a blaze on Sunday at Jensen Auto Body located at 102 N. Galloway Road. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. Fire Chief Rusty Strother said the building and its contents have been deemed a total loss. He explained […]

Pike County 911 Board Hires First Director

The Pike County 911 Board has made the decision to hire Jim Porter as their first director. Porter is coming to Pike County from Irondale. He is a husband, father and grandfather, and is also a veteran who has had a wide experience in public safety from being a fire fighter, president of the fire […]

Veterans Day Observed

Veterans and a small group of onlookers gathered Sunday morning at the Pike County Courthouse to observe Veterans Day. Jim Mitchell was the featured speaker. Nov. 11 marked the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending World War I. Find more highlights from area Veterans Day tributes on page 9 and in next week’s edition of […]

November 6th General Election Results

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Going The Distance

Matt Chance Still In The Running To Win National ‘Most Valuable Coach’ Contest This Week Coach Matt Chance isn’t always a big fan of the spotlight – but he’s a huge fan of the kids he coaches and is a huge fan of Bowling Green athletics – which is why the community is a big […]

PCMH Customizes Ambulance Fleet To Best Address Needs & Safety For Patients & Crew

It has taken a little over a year of research and work, but all three ambulances in the fleet for Pike County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) are now identical in equipment and features that best address the needs of the area and safety for patients who will be transported and the crews staffing the rigs. Emergency […]

Progress Update: Eastern MO Family YMCA

Grove Construction is nearing completion of their portion of the initial building construction with a few punch list items remaining. New sidewalks around and leading to the YMCA have been poured. With the unseasonably warm weather, there are even signs of fresh grass growing at the Y. From all outward appearances, it looks like the […]

Former City Administrator Bob Jenne Wins Damages In Suit Against Louisiana

It took just shy of three and a half years to go to trial, but it appears that closure is on the horizon in the case of Robert Jenne and the City of Louisiana. Jenne had served as the city’s administrator up until February of 2015 when the city council at that time decided to […]

Participation Sought For 20th Annual Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland Set For Nov. 23 Event Will Feature Lighted Parade, Visit From Santa Participation is being sought for the 20th Annual Winter Wonderland event in Louisiana that will take place on Friday, Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving. The lighted parade down Georgia Street is always a great time and a great way to […]

Actress Reinvigorates Clarksville Theater

One look is all it took for Mary Lang Fournier to fall in love with Clarksville and the Apple Shed Theatre. The actress and director hopes to revive the performance center’s thespian tradition, and she’s getting things going with a production of “The Last Romance.” The comedy centers on a couple who falls in love […]

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