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Rainy Day Giant Is Taken In Pike County

The whitetail world was a flurry of anticipation as a large cold front swept across the Midwest on the weekend of Oct. 13, 2018. Eager deer hunters headed to the woods in hopes that the dropping mercury would elicit mature buck movement during daylight hours. In northern Missouri, bowhunter Buddy Deville pondered how the weather […]

Dollar General Set To Build New Facility In Vandalia

Brand New Building Will Be Located On Former Cinema Property Vandalia City Administrator Darren Berry noted that while the town has lost a few businesses in the past several months, there are also positive things happening as well including construction of a new Dollar General store. Dollar General has been operating out of a building […]

Matt Chance Is Finalist for ‘Most Valuable Coach’ Award; In Line To Win Prize Package For R-I District

Coach Matt Chance has already won $5,000 for Bowling Green High School after being named one of 15 finalists in the Most Valuable Coach promotion by U.S. Cellular and is in the running to win much more if he continues to garner the number of votes he has since the contest started. The school districts […]

Van-Far District Votes To Participate In ‘MoBeef for MoKids’ Program

Fewer and fewer beef meals are being served in schools across America, which means children are missing out on the protein power and nutritional benefits of beef. The Van-Far School Board voted Thursday, Oct. 18 to participate in the Mo Beef for MoKids Program for the 2018-19 school year. With nearly 50 percent of the recommend […]

Clopton FFA, Louisiana Middle School Plan Veterans Day Programs

Like other area schools, there will be Veterans Day programs at Clopton and Louisiana on Friday, Nov. 9. Members of the Clopton FFA chapter invite the public to their program that will be held at 9:45 a.m on Friday, Nov. 9 in the Dale Miller Gymnasium. There will be a special program to honor the […]

The Young Guns

Colorfest Coordinators Committed To Community None of them had been born when the first Louisiana Country Colorfest was held. But as the city’s biggest celebration marks its 34th year, they’re among the young people who are breathing life into the event – with the hope of maintaining that vibrancy for years to come. Ashley Corbin, […]

Murder Mystery Dinner On Saturday Will Help Raise Money For

Bright Futures Organization And More Events Are Being Planned The Bright Futures organization has already helped many students in the Bowling Green R-I school district and the murder mystery dinner this Saturday promises to raise funds to help many more in the future. Becky Orf saw a need for the organization a few years ago. […]

BGHS Publications Class Wins National Award

Bowling Green High School’s Publications class, which produces the Speaker yearbook and the Bobcaster school newspaper, has been recognized with the National Yearbook Program of Excellence for the 2017-18 school year. The award goes to schools which are recognized for excellence in creation and distribution. The publications course, which is advised by BGHS high school […]

Lots Of Activities Planned For Oct. 13-14At 40th Annual Clarksville Applefest

On Oct. 13 and 14 you are invited to come to Clarksville to the 40th annual Applefest. Clarksville, once home to three orchards, remembers its heritage with a fall festival. The event begins Saturday with a parade traveling north on Hwy. 79 for all watchers to enjoy and for children to bring home the candy […]

Clarksville Methodist Church Dinner Will Benefit Ongoing Stained Glass Project

A church that’s serving up tempting fried chicken also is making sure diners get their just desserts. Clarksville United Methodist is offering all kinds of delights for the sweet tooth as part of its annual Applefest Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. Tickets are $10 each and will be available at […]

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