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2018 Louisiana Municipal Candidates Forum

 Hear the ideas and opinions from the candidates for local office, presented by the Louisiana DAR from American Legion Post 370.

Eastern Missouri YMCA Keeps With Tradition

The YMCA was originally founded in London in 1844 to offer a place for young laborers (men) to substitute bible study and prayer for life on the streets. The concept of the YMCA has grown and changed over time, but the Christian principles of the foundation have remained. It has become a tradition for newly-constructed […]

Railroad Sign Donated To Louisiana Museum

One man’s lifelong passion for railroads is benefiting the Louisiana Area Historical Museum. The facility at 304 Georgia Street recently added to its collection a large sign from the former Louisiana railroad depot at the riverfront. It was a gift from Archie Hayden, a 71-year-old retired brakeman and conductor who spent 40 years with the […]

Clarksville Church Fish Fry To Help Honor Selfless Couple

Walter and Marilyn Crow did everything they could for Clarksville United Methodist Church and the community. Now, the congregation is giving something back as part of its Save Our Stained Glass Windows campaign. Proceeds of the fish fry taking place from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 16, will go toward restoring the east windows, […]

The Learning Center Still Strong After 48 Years

In the 1970’s, citizens of Bowling Green determined that children with a disability needed a preschool. Through the hard work and dreams of many citizens, The Learning Center was established. It has had different locations and formats but at its core was always the hope that children with disabilities would have access to a quality […]

Many Things Coming Up At Honey Shuck

Board members of Champ Clark Honey Shuck Restoration Inc. met March 3 to discuss topics and events for the rest of 2018. Larry Twellman was elected president to fill out the unexpired term of Nathan Lilley. Among items discussed were the 2018 schedule of events, upgrades to the house and annex, a revision of bylaws […]

Dwyer Arrested For Numerous Charges

On Wednesday, Feb. 28 at approximately 10:26 a.m., Vandalia Police Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of N. Lincoln St., in reference to an unwanted subject at the residence. Upon arrival on the scene two male subjects in the front yard of the residence stated that an additional male subject inside the residence had […]

Pike County Memorial Hospital Adds Family Practice Physician

Pike County Memorial Hospital Clinics continue to grow with the community by welcoming an additional Family Practice Physician to help support the health care needs of our county. Howard Schneider, MD, is Board Certified in Family Practice. Dr. Schneider received his M.D in 2004 from Ross University. He completed a four year residency program in […]

Eastern MO YMCA Seeks Instructors

As construction of the Eastern Missouri Family YMCA progresses, planning for opening the facility is underway. To aid with planning, a job advertisement seeking fitness instructors is included in the Classified ads. Our communities are full of individuals with talents, and the YMCA is beginning to seek individuals with a variety of talents to help […]

UEDC Hires First Director

The Unified Economic Development Council (UEDC) has hired its first Director. Maggie Neff began work last week in her office at Louisiana City Hall. Mayor Bart Niedner, who currently chairs the UEDC, said he is pleased to have such a qualified resource. “Maggie has significant state legislative experience and is a lawyer capable of understanding […]

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